BCHS This Week April 17 - 21

For a slideshow of these announcements, go to:  https://www.slideshare.net/BCHS_Web/20170417-bchs-announcements-edit

 

‘BCHS This Week’
April 17 – 21, 2017

Monday – Easter Monday – No School

Tuesday  - Lunch at 11:28am – PM Flex (7/8 COI)

      - Jr. High Presentation – “That’s Danger”

Wednesday - Lunch 12:06pm - AM Flex (7/8 TAG)

Thursday  - Lunch 12:06pm - AM Flex (7/8 COI)

      - Jr. High Dance – 6:30pm

Friday - Classes start 9:30AM - Lunch at 12:06

      - GSA Sponsored Day of Silence

 

Save the date …

April 17 – Easter Monday – No School

April 18 – Jr. High “That’s Danger” Presentation

April 20 – Jr. High Dance – 6:30pm

April 21 – GSA – Day of Silence

April 22 – Gr. 9 Badminton – Ft. Saskatchewan

April 24 – School Council Meeting – 7pm in Library

April 26 – Early Dismissal – School ends at 2:19pm

May 9 – Grade 9 LA PAT – Part A

May 19 – Pembina Hills No School Day

May 22 – Victoria Day – No School



Cafeteria Menu

      Monday Apr 17          No School

      Tuesday Apr 18         Chicken Wrap & Fries

      Wednesday Apr 19   Wings & Potato Skins

      Thursday Apr 20  Pizza

      Friday Apr 21   Mac & Cheese with Caesar Salad

Leadership NEWS

From Colton’s Family:  Our family would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone involved in the March fundraising. Just when we are feeling that we have reached the pinnacle of appreciation, the school community, extends yet another offer of support to our family.  It truly seems that the people in our circle never stop giving.  Please know that the generosity and caring actions that have been directed our way have alleviated many of the stressors that are associated with our ever changing journey.   We are ever grateful for these gifts and although an email is hardly a sufficient thank you, we look forward to future opportunities that allow us to express our gratitude to all of you, in a much more personal way.  Please share this thank you with your students as well.

 

Registration

You Will Receive a PowerSchool Data Verification Sheet and Other Forms to Complete and Return to Your Teacher.  Today, all students will receive a package of forms from your Tuesday, Block 2 teacher.  Have your parent(s)/guardian(s) complete or correct these forms and return them on Thursday, April 20.  After they are completed, the forms must be returned to the teacher who handed them to you.  Ask the teacher to mark it down on a class list

 

Junior High school Dance

Thursday, April 20th, 2017 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. West Gym; Tickets are $5 – available for sale at lunch April 18-20th Concession will be available – proceeds to Colton McCormick’s medical fund. **Please see back of tickets for rules, before purchasing**

 

Charity Bake Sale         

Come to the Junior High Foyer (between the East & Centre Gyms) at lunch on Thursday, April 20th!  Muffins, Cookies, Other baked goods, Water and Pop will be sold for $1, Prices will be $1 – $3 for baked goods.  All proceeds will be given to Keir Care for Equipment Purchases.

 

Come Join Us For Day Of Silence!

On Friday, April 21st join the BCHS/Outreach GSA for a Day of Silence. This event is to represent the millions of minorities throughout the world that are victims of bullying and abuse and afraid to speak up. By taking part in the day of silence you are showing your support for all these people.  Participation is optional. A sign-up table will be in the cafeteria Tuesday April 18 & Wednesday April 19 at lunch. You must sign-up to participate.

 

BCHS Sr. Band takes Gold in St. Albert!
Way to go!!!

 

Skills Canada Results

CONGRATULATIONS to the student who won Bronze in the Regional Skills Cabinetmaking Competition.  CONGRATULATIONS to the student who won GOLD in the Regional Skills Hair Braiding Competition

 

BCHS Jr High Drama Club

They eat sunshine, not zebras by Dara Murphy.  Drama theatre April 25 at 6:30 pm.

 

Lifeguard Course

Love to swim? Want to make a starting wage of $18/hr? Want to become a lifeguard but can’t afford the $100?  The School will be offering an Aquatics course in each semester so that you can become a Lifeguard and work in our new pool!  You will be charged for this course over $300 so you will need permission from your parents.  You need to be 15 years old or older to take the course.  You will have to give up some of your Flex time once a week in order to get all the hours required.  If you have any questions please go and talk to Mrs. Sabiston, Rm 34

 

FCSS Youth Activities

Bowling  April 25 from 4-6 pm.  RSVP by April 21 at 780-674-3341 or via Facebook at Barrhead Youth FCSS.

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Jr High Announcements

 

Barrhead Invitational Badminton Tournament Results

Grade 7    Girls Singles – Gold; Girls Doubles – Silver; Mixed Doubles – Silver

Grade 8    Girls Singles – Gold & Silver; Boys Singles – Gold; Girls Doubles – Silver; Boys Doubles – Silver & Bronze

Grade 9     Girls Singles – Gold & Silver; Boys Singles – Silver; Girls Doubles – Silver; Boys Doubles – Gold & Bronze; Mixed Doubles – Gold

 

 

Work Place Safety Plays

That’s Danger!  A play on work place safety will be here Tuesday, April 18th, for jr. high students in the Drama Theatre.  9-1 and 9-4 with grade 8s for block 2 from 10:25 - 11:25 a.m.  9-2 and 9-3 with the grade 7s for block 3 from 12:15 - 1:15 p.m.

 

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Sr High Announcements

 

Spring Natural Science Camp

May 11-15 Registration Info in the office or from Mrs. McGinn.  Get out to Black Cat ranch.  Earn 5 high school credits (2 at 30 level). Learn through hands-on experiences.

 

Health Care Aide 2017-2018

Students registering for the 2017-18 Health Care Aide course are asked to have their completed registration forms & a cheque for $400 to your school’s office by FRIDAY, April 22, 2017. 
Cheques are to be made payable to: Pembina Hills Public Schools     Great option for current gr. 12’s  (no older than 19 as of Sept. 1/2017)

 

DO YOU HAVE THE COURSES YOU NEED?

With registration this week, please make sure you are taking the courses you need to proceed to the post-secondary route you are planning

See Ms Wegner if you are not sure what you need for apprenticeship, college, university or the world of work.

Reminder, your myBlueprint account is also a very valuable resource to outline this information

 

OFF-CAMPUS EVALUATIONS

Work experience evaluations are being distributed this week, either to students or to your employers directly.

Check with Ms Wegner if you have not seen your evaluation by the end of the week.

 

RAP Students

RAP students, some of you are probably due for evaluations, please hand in time sheets so these can be completed.

If you have not already done so, please set up your AIT account through Tradesecrets. You need this set up in order to register for your technical training. This is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT. If you do not know how to do this, see Ms Wegner

 

Cooperative Youth Leadership Program 2017 is now accepting registrations

Graduate – June 30 – July 6;  Pre-Teen – June 30 – July 6;  Teen A – July 6 – 12;  Youth – July 12 – 18;  Teen B – July 18 – 24   Pembina West Coop can sponsor attendance to this camp.  For more information or to register online:  http://www.acca.coop

 

COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY COURSE SELECTION

A number of post-secondary schools are now allowing first year students to register for classes.  Check your portal to see if this applies to you.  If you don’t know what courses you are required to take first year, see Ms Wegner for help

 

University of Alberta

Guaranteed Residence Deadline Apply for residence.   First year students who apply by April 30, 2017 are guaranteed a spot. Learn more and apply at uab.ca/residence.