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Reminder that the Winter Food Fair is today, December 11th. Click the headline for all the news about S.O. activities including the 2018-2019 S.O. Club List.

Winter Food Fair

Come to the cafeteria on December 11th after school for the Bronx Science Winter Food Fair.  Come and support clubs by purchasing foods being sold - from cookies to sushi, juice, pizza, and more!  Hope to see you there.

Winter Food Drive  sponsored by City Harvest ends FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14TH. DONATE NOW! 

Our annual food drive runs from the week of November 12 through December 14, 2018! We urge you to donate any non-perishable food items you can. Nearly half of the population of New Yorkers struggles to cover basic expenses and are forced to choose between buying groceries and paying rent. We hope to alleviate some of this burden so please donate! 

The most helpful items you can donate are canned fruit, canned vegetable, canned proteins (ex. tuna or beans), peanut butter, macaroni and cheese, family sized packages of cereal, juice packs, and soups. 

Canned goods can be dropped off in the boxes that will be left behind the security desk in the lobby or next to the Lost and Found in the cafeteria. Please write your name and homeroom (either on a can or on an attached post-it note) so the donation can be credited to the correct person and homeroom! 

Last year, we hit our goal of 3,000 cans so let's do it again this year and continue the legacy! 

S.O. Clubs

Click HERE to access the 2018-2019 S.O. Club List.

Interested in creating a new club

The application for starting a club is on the school website (here's the link: This application needs to be completed and handed in before the start of winter break. All new clubs will undergo an interview process and will be notified if they have been approved for a DOE charter and begin meeting in the spring semester.

You must have a signed advisor contract included in your new club application before submission, so we suggest you reach out to teachers you think might work with you as soon as possible.  If you have any questions email the LOP (League of Presidents) at

Locker Decorating Contest

The S.O will be holding its annual locker decorating contest on December 19thLocker decorating contest winners will be announced at the Winter Wonderland party during all lunch periods on December 20th. To enter your locker for judging, follow these steps:

1. Fill out the online google form HERE to let the S.O. know you are joining the competition.

2. Start by planning you locker decorations. The more festive and fun, the better! The theme is winter & holidays! Below are the rules of the contest:

a. Can’t be anything permanent added to the locker

b. Must be school appropriate (no vulgar phrases or images, etc.)

c. Must let us know you're entering the contest via google doc in order to be judged

d. Decorations should be as flat to the locker as possible (nothing overly 3D)

3. There will be prizes for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners. Prizes to include holiday fun baskets, which could even include gift certificates.

​​​​​​​Judging will take place on December 19th (you don't have to do anything during this time, just be sure your locker is entered onto the google form and decorated by then).

Finally, be sure to join us at the Winter Wonderland party during lunch periods on December 20th for winter & holiday fun.  We will have a DJ, decorations, games, a photo booth and an ugly sweater contest.  This is where we will announce the locker decorating contest winners!

Wear the ugliest sweater and compete against those in your lunch period for the best ugly sweater! Prizes for each period. The S.O. is looking forward to celebrating the end of the fall semester, and the upcoming holidays and winter break with you!


LiChai and Ayesha

The S.O. Winter Wonderland Chairs

Candy Cane Sales

Buy Candy Canes now through December 17th, to be delivered to your friends during homeroom on December 20th.  All proceeds will be donated to POTS, a homeless shelter in the Bronx.
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Winter Coffeehouse

On December 14th the S.O. will be hosting the third monthly coffee house - holiday edition! It will be in the cafeteria during all lunch periods. There is a pre-approved song list which is attached in the link below. If you have any song requests please fill out this google form:

We can’t wait to see all the amazing performances!

If you have any questions, please contact us.

Elana & Babou

S.O. Coffee House Chairs

Pad and Tampon Drive

Project FIRE (Feminism, Inclusion, Rights, Equality) is hosting a pad and tampon drive starting on Monday November 19th to January 4th! Donations must be closed boxes of pads or tampons, they cannot be opened or singular products.

The donations will all go to victims of Hurricane Florence in North Carolina. Feminine hygiene products are very often neglected when people think of first aid donations yet they are just as important as any toiletry you may donate and can help ease the lives of girls and women who were affected by the hurricane. 

You may drop off donations in the COSA office in the back of the cafeteria, in room 311, or in the Can Drive boxes near the lost and found in the cafeteria. They will be collected and counted and as last time we have a goal of 100 boxes! 

If you have any questions or concerns please email frajmundc  at Bronx Science.
Thank you so much, and this holiday season let's make a difference! 

Project FIRE 

Advisory Board & NHC (Nutritional Health Council)
Hey Bronx Science,

Do you want to become more involved in the Bronx Science community? Well, now is your chance! The Nutritional Health Council and The Advisory Board are two councils open to the student body, where you are invited to sit with school officials, including Dr. Donahue, and discuss initiatives to improve our academic atmosphere!

Nutritional Health Council is a board that meets with our school dietitian, Ms. Mitchell, to evaluate the products and vendors in our school. We will discuss vendors and products we can add or change in our cafeteria, and by being a member of this committee, you are given the opportunity to represent your peers and their thoughts. We will be meeting 4th period once a month on Mondays or Wednesdays, and you MUST have fourth period free to apply.

Advisory Board is a committee open to the student body where we will discuss all aspects of our community and present ideas to improve Bronx Science. This extends to cleanliness initiatives, funding, events, feedback, etc., and is a way for the student body to stay up to date with changes in the school. By joining this board, you will be award an amazing opportunity to voice the thoughts and ideas of your peers and possibly implement them into our community. We will be meeting 4th period once a month on Mondays or Wednesdays, and you MUST have fourth period free to apply.

Joining the Advisory Board and Nutritional Health Council are two simple, but effective ways, for you to become more involved. Apply for the committee you are interested in using the links below, and we hope to see you there!

Links to Sign-Up Forms:
Nutritional Health Council Sign Up Form

S.O. Social Media

Your Bronx Science S.O. Cabinet has official social media accounts! Here are the details:

The Instagram account name is @bxscisocabinet

The Snapchat name is bxscisocabinet

Make sure to add/follow us!

Social Media Chair
Student Leadership Cabinet

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