BCHS This Week December 4-8
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‘BCHS This Week’
December 4 - 8, 2017
Monday - Lunch at 11:28am – PM ELT – 7-9 Flex
Tuesday - Lunch at 11:28am – PM ELT – 7-9 COI
Wednesday - Lunch 12:06pm – AM ELT – 7-9 TAG
Thursday - Lunch 12:06pm – AM ELT – 7-9 COI
- Grad Handshake Photos
- Jr. High Winter Formal Dance – 6:30-9:30
Friday - Classes start 9:30AM - Lunch at 12:06
Save the date …
December 7 – Grad Handshake Photos
December 7 – Jr. High Winter Formal Dance 6:30-9:30pm
December 12 – Winter Band Concert
December 13 – Sr. High Winter Formal Dance - 7-10pm
December 21 – Last Day of Classes before Christmas Break
January 8 – First School Day after Christmas Break
January 11 – English 30 Diploma Exam – Part A
January 12 – Social Studies 30 Diploma Exam – Part A
Monday, Dec 4 Sweet & Sour Meatballs with Veggies and Rice
Tuesday, Dec 5 Chicken Burger & Fries
Wednesday, Dec 6 All Day Breakfast
Thursday, Dec 7 Pizza
Friday, Dec 8 Beef Stroganoff & Caesar Salad
CHRISTMAS CHEER IS COMING!!
For the month of December, Leadership has many exciting events coming!!!!
FOOD ND TOY DRIVE
BeginsMonday December 4 (today!) and goes until Thursday December 7, Turn nn-perishable food items and unused toys into your BLOCK A teacher, Boxes ill be collected on Friday December 8, LEADESHIP PROMOTES GIVING! For the weeks of December 4 - 8th we will be gathering food for the FCSS Food Bank – bring food to your Block A class.
Non-perishable items like: Pasta (canned or dry) and pasta sauces; Canned meats and fish; Canned goods (beans, soups, and stews); Dairy (canned, and powdered milk); Canned vegetables and fruit; Whole grain cereals; Infant foods and baby formula; Meat alternatives (peanut butter, soy, assorted nuts). The class with the most food wins bragging rights!
12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS
Begins on WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6 until break
Each day, we will announce a specific “Day of Christmas” from either the original song, the Ukrainian version, or the Redneck version. You must come up with something that represents that “Day of Christmas” and bring it to a specific teacher. First person to come up with an accurate representation and who finds the specific teacher will win a PRIZE!
JR. HIGH WINTER FORMAL
Thursday December 7; 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm; $5.00/ticket Tickets sold: Monday – Room 32; Tuesday – Cafeteria; Wednesday – Cafeteria; Thursday – Cafeteria; Conditions Apply
SR. HIGH WINTER FORMAL
Thursday December 14; 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm; $5.00/ticket; Tickets sold: Dec 11 – Cafeteria; Dec 12 – Cafeteria; Dec 13 – Cafeteria; Dec 14 – Cafeteria; Conditions Apply
MONDAY AT BEGINNING OF LUNCH IN ROOM 32; Be very prompt as we have a lot of information to cover and some work to divide up
Another Box will be opened Wednesday at lunch in Mrs. Sabiston’s room (Rm 34)
Boys Club Volleyball 15U
If you are born Sept 1, 2002- Dec 31, 2003 or LATER you are eligible to play 15U
If you are interested in playing please come and see Mrs. Sabiston for more information, RM 34.
Need to know by Tues,Dec 5 This does not interfere with other school sports
Jr. High Announcements
Junior High running team
Tryouts are at the Agrena, at noon, on Wednesday. Go to the Agrena right at the beginning of lunch. Don't be late. If you have any questions please contact Mr. Wierenga (at the Elementary School) or Mr. Erickson
Sr. High Announcements
Recycled Pallet Sign
2 Sign Formats available:
- “BELIEVE THERE IS GOOD IN THE WORLD”
- “ADVENTURE AWAITS”
High School COI 2-3 ELT Sessions With Mr. Warehime and Mrs.McGinn Starts Thursday, Dec. 7 LIMITED SPACE! Sign up with Mrs. McGinn before Thursday
Looking for Sr high school students to be Cool Camp leaders
Why? It’s fun, looks great on resumes and you earn credits. Must be a student in good standing. Applications available in the office or student services. Due 21 in the office or student services. Any questions speak to Ms. Neudecker, Ms. Mazereeuw, Mrs. Assenheimer, Mrs. Gammel or Mrs. Ladan
Grad handshake photos
Grad handshake photos will be taken on Thursday, December 7th, during Block 1 in the Graphics Lab (Room 57). Plan accordingly!
Green Certificate Students
Mark your calendar for the next testing dates: March 1 – Westlock; March 7 – Spruce Grove
November evaluations and timesheets are due now. You cannot receive a mark in work experience or RAP without a record of time and evaluation.
Entrepreneurship Boot Camp
Have you been accepted into a business program at an Alberta post-secondary? Are you in grade 10 or 11 and know this is something you intend on doing when you graduate?Do you want to start your own business? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, what is on the next slide cannot be ignored. Survey to assess workshop interest. We are looking for students who are interested in learning more about setting up their own business or learning how business works. If you are going into a business program, taking this workshop would definitely give you an advantage at your chosen school.
Please fill out the survey: http://bit.ly/bcbusinessworkshop
Portage College Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge
This Challenge is designed to introduce and encourage high school students to explore the areas of entrepreneurship and innovation. The competition offers over $5000 in cash and scholarship prizes.
To compete, you will develop a two-minute video of your business idea. This can be a brand new idea, or an existing idea or business that you are developing. You can enter as an individual or as a team to create a proposal to solve a problem. Applications open December 15 and close January 31
See Ms Wegner for more information
and speaking about business - Accounting
If you are going into a business program in the fall, you should see Ms Wegner about registering in her accounting course next semester. She needs to know numbers so she can order the work book.
You do not need to be in Business & Info Tech to take accounting, any open time block will work.
LaSalle College Vancouver
LaSalle College Vancouver, previously known as The Art Institute of Vancouver, is pleased to offer its valuable career exploration presentation to our school. The presentation focuses on students in the Design, Media Arts, Culinary and Fashion areas. Recruiter is here the afternoon of December 18, for private interviews and presenting during ELT.
U of A - Feature Program of the Month
Human Ecology, offered by the Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences, is the study of people in their near environments – both the near material environment of textiles and clothing and the near social environment of families. Students who major in Clothing, Textiles, & Material Culture (CTMC) design and make award-winning clothing, study today’s fashion industry, research historical clothing, test the fire safety of fabrics, and learn about how clothing and textiles are used to represent our personalities, communities, and cultures. A 200-hour practicum placement is provided. Upon graduation, students are eligible for a Professional Human Ecologist (P.HEc) designation.