Updated: Important information for parents and students:

RSU # 71 will continue with remote learning for the remainder of the school year. You can see the latest communication from the superintendent here. Click here to view the April 14, 2020 COVID-19 update from Superintendent McLean.

Information for remote learning is posted at http://www.rsu71.org/home/remotelearning. BCOPE has their own folder under BAHS and our plan for online classes is now posted and will continue to be updated.

BCOPE will hold our 'morning' meeting via Zoom on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12Noon. Links will be sent to all of our students fifteen minutes prior to each meeting and we hope that everyone will take a few minutes to check in, ask any questions, just say hello or address any concerns that they may be having.

Starting March 23, RSU #71 will begin delivering go-bag meals via school buses on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, delivering 2 day's worth on Mondays, 2 days' worth on Wednesdays and 3 days' worth on Fridays. The delivery service is for families who don't have transportation to our feeding sites. Bus drivers and school administrators will be working together to get make the drop-offs, while strictly observing social-distancing protocols. We will continue to be open for curbside pick up of go-bag meals at Ames Elementary, East Belfast Elementary and Captain Albert Stevens from 8:00 am - 12 noon on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Students and parents are encouraged to take enough for two days on Mondays and Wednesdays and enough for three days on Fridays to help get everyone through the weekend. Click here to view the routes and approximate delivery times.

Visit www.rsu71.org for updated information on the school district's Coronavirus prevention efforts.


Gears were grinding when BCOPE hosted the Bicycle Coalition of Maine this week! UPDATE: BCOPE is the recipient of a Maine Safe Routes to School 2020 Mini-grant which will support the growth of our biking program, a student led initiative.

It was all hands on deck this past week repairing and recovering the BCOPE greenhouse!

BCOPE students represent at this year's open house.

BCOPE students volunteer at the Greater Ministries Food Cupboard.

BCOPE science students visited Nordic Aquafarms' office in Belfast to learn more about the business of Aquaculture.

Nola was our 'guest artist' leading her fellow students in a STEAM 'how to' lesson.

Students are seeing the results of November's participation in the Belfast Daffodil Project.

Congratulations Class of 2019!

BCOPE Recognition Night

Adventures in Graduating

BCOPE is awarded the Maine "2018-19 Program of Excellence" from the ASVAB Career Exploration Program

BCOPE 2018-19

We take our community engagement seriously here at BCOPE - we spent a May afternoon spreading new wood chips on the Waldo County YMCA playground.

BCOPE students help "Keep Belfast Beautiful".

BCOPE gets its garden on!

BCOPE in bloom thanks to a donation of apple trees from Daisy Chain Farm in Belfast.