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December 13
BMHS Talk Mail- Friday, December 13th, 2019

What’s Happening at Bernice MacNaughton High School

Friday, December 13th, 2019

 

·         Winter formal tickets are on sale for $12 for all students.  Guests must have their tickets bought by the end of the day on Tuesday, December 17th.  The formal itself is Night on the Nile (think Aladdin) and is on Thursday, Dec 19th at 7PM."

 

·         It’s time to FILL the BUS, Highlanders!! Please send canned and other non-perishable food items in with your child as often as you can.

·         Grad photo retake day will be Monday, December 16th for those who missed the initial dates

 

·         The Reach for the Top team is selling raffle tickets on a gift card tree. Due to the generosity in prizes, there will now be TWO draws where the winner will receive gift cards to Cineplex, Sobeys, Tim Hortons, Apple, Google Play, gas stations, Shopper's Drug Mart, and more. Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. The draw will take place on December 19th.  See any Reach player or Mrs. Natasha LeBlanc. 

 

·         You are invited to the BMHS Grade 9 Big Question Project showcase on Tuesday, December 17th from 11:00-12:00.  The students have been working hard on various projects over the past 2 months and are ready to show their finished product.  The school will be open to the public to view the projects which will be spread out in the cafeteria.  Please remind your child to bring everything they’ll need with them on Monday, December 16th for the in-class sharing session. 

 

·         On December 17th a representative from The Universitie de Moncton will be at BMHS in the afternoon conducting one-on-one admission on the spot meetings with students. Any student that would like an appointment time needs to sign up in guidance.

 

·         The New Brunswick Teen Apprenticeship Program is an opportunity for Grade 10 and 11 students who are interested in pursuing a career in the skilled trades to gain experience and summer employment as a pre-apprentice. More information is available by visiting their website, www.nbtap.ca . Information booklets and application forms are available in guidance. The deadline to apply is January 17th

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December 06
TALK MAIL- FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6TH, 2019

What’s Happening at Bernice MacNaughton High School

Friday, December 6th, 2019

 

·        The Reach for the Top team is selling raffle tickets on a gift card tree. Due to the generosity in prizes, there will now be TWO draws where the winner will receive gift cards to Cineplex, Sobeys, Tim Hortons, Apple, Google Play, gas stations, Shopper's Drug Mart, and more. Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. The draw will take place on December 19th.  See any Reach player or Mrs. Natasha LeBlanc. 

 

·        It’s time to FILL the BUS, Highlanders!! Please send canned and other non-perishable food items in with your child as often as you can in the next couple weeks while BMHS leads our local schools for Food Depot Alimentaire. Let’s make it the best year yet!

 

·        The BMHS music department is presenting a Holiday Concert on December 12th at 7:00 pm in the BMHS Theatre. This one-hour presentation will feature the Chorus, Band and Vocal Ensemble. Admission is $7.00 for Adults and $5.00 for students.

 

·        Grad photo retake day will be Monday, December 16th for those who missed the initial dates.  If you require for your photo to be redone please give your name to Ms. Lockwood in the office by Wednesday, December 11th.

 

·        On December 12th a representative from Oulton College will be at BMHS in the afternoon conducting individual meetings with students to answer questions they might have about their application or the college in general.  To schedule a meeting students must sign up in the guidance office.​

November 29
Talk Mail- Friday, November 29th, 2019

What’s Happening at Bernice MacNaughton High School

Friday, November 29, 2019

 

·         The Reach for the Top team is selling raffle tickets on a gift card tree. Due to the generosity in prizes, there will now be TWO draws where the winner will receive gift cards to Cineplex, Sobeys, Tim Hortons, Apple, Google Play, gas stations, Shopper's Drug Mart, and more. Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. The draw will take place on December 19th.  See any Reach player or Mrs. Natasha LeBlanc. 

 

·         It’s time to FILL the BUS, Highlanders!! Please send canned and other non-perishable food items in with your child as often as you can in the next couple weeks while BMHS leads our local schools for Food Depot Alimentaire. Let’s make it the best year yet!

 

·         On December 5th from 7-8pm in the BMHS Theatre, an International Student Recruitment Officer for the University of New Brunswick is hosting an information session for International Students and Newcomers and their parents/guardians about the application process to university for International Students and the supports available to them. Anyone looking for more information can get in touch with a guidance counsellor or email the recruitment officer directly at jjiang2@unb.ca

 

·         On December 5th a representative from Saint Thomas University will be at BMHS in the afternoon conducting individual meetings with students to answer questions they might have about their application or the university in general. During this time, they will also be offering on-the-spot admission. To have a meeting students must sign up in the guidance office.

 

·         The BMHS music department is presenting a Holiday Concert on December 12th at 7:00 pm in the BMHS Theatre. This one-hour presentation will feature the Chorus, Band and Vocal Ensemble. Admission is $7.00 for Adults and $5.00 for students.

 

·         The BMHS Free the Children Cookie Dough Fundraiser is now underway.  3-pound tubs are $12 each with 50% of proceeds going to Free the Children organization.   Free the Children members will be available to take your orders the week of December 2nd-6th during lunch in the foyer.  Payment is available through school cash online. 

 

·         Grade 11 & 12 students who are required to write the English Language Proficiency Assessment were given a letter to bring home today explaining the details.  This assessment will take place during exam week in January.

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November 15
BMHS Talk Mail, November 15th, 2019

What’s Happening at Bernice MacNaughton High School

Friday, November 15th, 2019

 

 

The Annual Fall fundraiser organized by the BMHS parent committee, Friends of the Highlanders, is tomorrow evening, Saturday, November 16th.   Join us for a beautiful evening with a silent and live auction beginning at  7:00pm.   We have great items such as Habs tickets, Via Rail passes, tissues for a year and Pizza for a year.  The funds raised supports students in need and purchases important equipment for the school.  Thank you for your support, hope to see you there!

 

On Wednesday November 20th Highlanders are invited to wear red to show your support for diversity. Wearing red is a simple way to show that you care, and you want to include everyone. Voluntary donations to Kid's Help Phone will be collected by clan leaders in a short homeroom. 

Grade 9 Students have been working on a Big Question Project in their Advisory classes.  Over the past 3 weeks, students have been brainstorming and researching a topic they are curious about and should be nearing the product stage.  Students can choose how they demonstrate their learning through a poster, trifold, video or another medium of their choice.  All students are expected to have a product to share at the Showcase that will take place on December 11 during the school day, exact times to follow.   Please take some time this weekend to ask your gr 9 student about their Big Question Project.  

 

It’s time to FILL the BUS, Highlanders!! Please send canned and other non-perishable food items in with your child as often as you can in the next couple weeks while BMHS leads our local schools for Food Depot Alimentaire. Let’s make it the best year yet!

The Santa Claus Parade is taking place on Nov 23rd.  BMHS is looking for students to help build and ride on the float.  Please see Mrs. Carpenter or Mr. Trider for more details.

On November 19th during the lunch hour a representative from the Saint Francis Xavier University will be outside guidance to answer questions and provide information to students about the university.

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November 13
Talk Mail - Wednesday, November 13th, 2019

·         The Annual Fall fundraiser organized by the BMHS parent committee, Friends of the Highlanders, is fast approaching.  Join us for a beautiful evening with a silent and live auction on November 16, 2019 at 7:00pm. The funds raised supports students in need and purchases important equipment for the school.  Thank you for your support, hope to see you there!

 

·         Immunization forms are due back to period 1 Grade 9 teachers by Friday, November 15th.

 

 

·         Reminder for any graduating student who has not made their grad photo appointment yet, please use the link below to book an appointment time.  Photos end this Friday, Nov. 15th

https://booknow.appointment-plus.com/1dqyyrrv/ [booknow.appointment-plus.com]

 

·         No school Friday, November 22 due to professional learning day.​

 

November 07
BMHS Talk Mail- Thursday, November 7th, 2019

BMHS Talk mail                                                                                                                                                                November 7, 2019

 

ATTENTION ALL grade 12 Students

Grad Photos will take place November 4th-15th at the school.  Please sign up for an appointment time online by clicking on the link provided. 

https://booknow.appointment-plus.com/1dqyyrrv/ [booknow.appointment-plus.com] 

Sitting fee is $10.00 for a 10minute session with 8 proofs and $25.00 for a 20minute session with 14-16 proofs.

This is the only way your photo will be included in the yearbook and grad composite.

 

 

Parent Teacher Interviews will take place on tonight from 6:30-8:30pm and tomorrow, November 8th from 8:45am-11:00am.  No School for students on Friday, November 8th and Monday, November 11th.

 

 

The school store will be open this evening for parents to do some Christmas shopping for their Highlanders.  Hoodies are $35 and t-shirts are $20.  Cash or cheque only.  

 

 

On November 12th during the lunch hour a representative from the University of Guelph will be outside guidance to answer questions and provide information to students about the university.

On November 12th during period 4, a representative from Memorial University of Newfoundland will be presenting to students in the library. Any student interested in attending this presentation must pick up a green activity form in guidance, have signed by their period 4 teacher and return it to guidance.

On November 13th during the lunch hour a representative from the Mount Saint Vincent University will be outside guidance to answer questions and provide information to students about the university.

 

 

The Reach for the Top team is selling raffle tickets on a gift card tree. The winner will receive over $200 in gift cards to Cineplex, Sobeys, Tim Hortons, Apple, Google Play and more. Tickets are $2 or 3 for $5. See any Reach for the Top player or Mrs. Natasha LeBlanc.

 

 

The Senior Girls Varsity Basketball Team will be selling Lili & Maddi Scarves and gifts at Parent Teacher this Thursday evening from 6:30-8:30pm and Friday morning from 8:45 – 11:00AM.

They will be set up in the main hall and will have many scarves on hand for immediate purchase.  Prices range from $20-$35.  Cash, Cheque or Credit accepted on site and a portion of the sales also goes to the Butterfly Foundation at the Moncton Hospital.  Or you can place an order and the girls will deliver within a few weeks.

This fundraiser will help pay for new uniforms.”

Immunization form for grade 9 students are being sent home today with report cards.  Parents/guardians are asked to sign the consent form and return it to period one teacher by November 15th.  All forms must be returned giving consent or not.

 

The Annual Fall fundraiser organized by the BMHS parent committee, Friends of the Highlanders, is fast approaching.  Join us for a beautiful evening with a silent and live auction on November 16, 2019 at 7:00pm. The funds raised supports students in need and purchases important equipment for the school.  Thank you for your support, hope to see you there!​

October 18
BMHS Talk Mail October 18, 2019

BMHS Talk mail                                                                                                                                                                October 18th, 2019

Photo retakes will be on Tuesday, October 22nd for those who were absent for photo day or who wish to purchase their photo and are unhappy with their original proof.

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The School Basketball Team Tryout Dates will be as follows:

Senior Boys – Oct 21/22 7:15pm-9pm

                           Oct 23 6:30pm-7:30pm

Junior Boys – Oct 23 7-9pm

                          Oct 24/25 5:30-7:15pm

Senior and Junior Girls combined Oct 28/29 5:30pm-7:15pm

 

On October 22nd beginning at 7pm in the BMHS theatre, the guidance department will be hosting an information session for parents (and students if they wish to attend) who are interested in learning more about preparing for post-secondary education including scholarships, where to find them and how to apply.

On October 24th at 9AM, a representative from Queen’s University will be presenting to students in the library. Students interested in attending need to pick up a green activity form in guidance, have their period 1 teacher sign it, and return it to guidance before the 24th. This is a great opportunity for students who are considering Queen’s University as a post-secondary option to learn more about the university.

On Saturday, October 26th from 2-3:30 a representative from McGill University will be hosting an information session for prospective students in the Library of Bernice MacNaughton. This is open to students and parents. Students interested in attending can register at mcgillinmind.mcgill.ca

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­­­­­­­­­­­­­The Reach for the Top team is selling raffle tickets on a gift card tree. The winner will receive over $200 in gift cards to Cineplex, Sobeys, Tim Hortons, Apple, Google Play and more. Tickets are $2 or 3 for $5. See any Reach for the Top player or Mrs. Natasha LeBlanc.

 

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Grad Photos will take place November 4th-15th. Please sign up for an appointment time online by clicking on the link provided. 

https://booknow.appointment-plus.com/1dqyyrrv/ [booknow.appointment-plus.com] 

Sitting fee is $10.00 for a 10minute session with 8 proofs and $25.00 for a 20minute session with 14-16 proofs.

 

The Annual Take Our Kids to Work Day is November 6, 2019. On this day, instead of going to school, Grade 9 students have the opportunity to spend the day at the workplace of a parent, guardian or community host. On Friday, October 11th, Grade 9 students will be bringing home the Family Guide which provides information about Take Our Kids to Work Day. It also contains a Consent Form which must be completed, signed and returned to your child’s English teacher before the day of the event.

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Over the next few weeks many colleges and universities are hosting open houses. This is a great opportunity for students to visit post-secondary institutions they are considering for after high school. A list of open house dates can be found on the Anglophone East School District Scholarship Webpage (aesdscholarships.wordpress.com). Students should speak with their guidance counsellor if they have questions or would like more information.​

October 18
BMHS Talk mail October 11, 2019

The PSSC is having their first meeting Tuesday, October 15th in the Library at 7pm.

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This fall, high schools are invited to take part in the 4th annual New Brunswick ChatterHigh Competition.  This year’s event will run from September 30 – November 29, 2019. A total of $10,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to top schools. In addition, there are exciting technology draw prizes to be won throughout the competition. The New Brunswick ChatterHigh Competition coincides with the Canada Career Month and Canada’s Most Informed School Competition (Oct. 28 – Dec. 6).

To participate, students complete a daily, short, on-line quiz that will engage them in an active exploration of labour market information, post-secondary education and career options.  Points are earned as participants explore and answer questions correctly.  Schools will increase their rankings based on a per capita score.  Families and teachers can participate as well, helping the school raise funds while discovering useful information and resources.

To learn more about getting started, please see attached PDF containing step-by-step videos and visit:

http://informed.chatterhigh.com/l/nb-competition/

If you have time, please check out the link above and help our school earn some money while at the same time educating our students about opportunities in the labor market, post-secondary education and career options.  Thank you for your participation.

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There will be a Post-Secondary Information Night for Parents on October 22nd beginning at 7pm in the BMHS Theatre.

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Photo retakes will be on Tuesday, October 22nd for those who were absent for photo day or who wish to purchase their photo and are unhappy with their original proof.

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Grad Photos will take place November 4th-15th.

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School fees and school forms can be paid online through the Anglophone East website…school cash.  The fee is $30 for all students, with an additional $5 for grade nine students for their lock purchase and you have to have paid your student fees to receive your student ID card, which come out next week.

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The school store will be open for students at lunch hour on Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Fridays.  BMHS hoodies are $35.  We also have lots of other BMHS swag for great prices.  Cash or cheque only.

Tonight is our Homecoming football game at our very own McKenna Field.  It's a great chance to see some alumni, who usually come home from university for the long weekend.   We're playng Harrison Trimble High School.... Game time is at 7pm.  Ticket prices are $3 for students, $5 for adults.

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The School Basketball Team Tryout Dates will be as follows:

Senior Boys – Oct 21/22 7:15pm-9pm

                           Oct 23 6:30pm-7:30pm

Junior Boys – Oct 23 7-9pm

                          Oct 24/25 5:30-7:15pm

Senior and Junior Girls combined Oct 28/29 5:30pm-7:15pm

The Annual Take Our Kids to Work Day is November 6, 2019. On this day, instead of going to school, Grade 9 students have the opportunity to spend the day at the workplace of a parent, guardian or community host. On Friday, October 11th, Grade 9 students will be bringing home the Family Guide which provides information about Take Our Kids to Work Day. It also contains a Consent Form which must be completed, signed and returned to your child’s English teacher before the day of the event.

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For any students ages 15-19 who are interested in Rotary Youth Exchange Programs, there is an information session on October 15th beginning at 7pm at 210 John St Moncton Suite #200. More information is available in the guidance office or on the BMHS website.

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On October 18, a representative from the University of New Brunswick will be outside the guidance office during the lunch hour to answer questions and provide information to interested students.

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Over the next few weeks many colleges and universities are hosting open houses. This is a great opportunity for students to visit post-secondary institutions they are considering for after high school. A list of open house dates can be found on the Anglophone East School District Scholarship Webpage (aesdscholarships.wordpress.com). Students should speak with their guidance counsellor if they have questions or would like more information.​

October 04
Talk Mail October 4th

Talk mail                                             October 4th, 2019

The Atlantic Canada College and University Fair (AARAO Tour) is at the Moncton Coliseum on October 7 and 8. All Grade 11 and 12 students from BMHS will be attending on October 7th from 1-3pm. It is also open to the public from 6-8pm on October 7th. This would be a great opportunity for parents and guardians to attend. Information, including the Student Resource Guide, is available on the BMHS website under the Documents section.

Representatives from the following Universities will be visiting BMHS next week during the lunch hour.

Wednesday, October 9 – University of Alberta (student presentation)

Thursday, October 10 – Western University (information table outside of guidance)

Friday, October 11 – Acadia University (information table outside of guidance; admission on-the-spot is being offered and the application fee is being waived)

This fall, high schools are invited to take part in the 4th annual New Brunswick ChatterHigh Competition.  This year’s event will run from September 30 – November 29, 2019. A total of $10,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to top schools. In addition, there are exciting technology draw prizes to be won throughout the competition. The New Brunswick ChatterHigh Competition coincides with the Canada Career Month and Canada’s Most Informed School Competition (Oct. 28 – Dec. 6).

To participate, students complete a daily, short, on-line quiz that will engage them in an active exploration of labour market information, post-secondary education and career options.  Points are earned as participants explore and answer questions correctly.  Schools will increase their rankings based on a per capita score.  Families and teachers can participate as well, helping the school raise funds while discovering useful information and resources.

To learn more about getting started, please see attached PDF containing step-by-step videos and visit:

http://informed.chatterhigh.com/l/nb-competition/

If you have time, please check out the link above and help our school earn some money while at the same time educating our students about opportunities in the labour market, post-secondary education and career options.  Thank you for your participation.

 

 

There will be a Post-Secondary Information Night for Parents on October 22nd beginning at 7pm in the BMHS Theatre

School Photo proofs are being sent home next Tuesday.  If you wish to place an order for your child please return the order form & method of payment to the school by Thursday, Oct 10th.  Retakes will be on Tuesday, October 22nd for those who were absent for photo day or who wish to purchase their photo and are unhappy with their original proof.

Grad Photos will take place November 4th-15th.

Student Information Profile sheets were sent home with your child.   It is imperative that we have correct up to date contact and medical information for your child.  Please review the information and make any necessary changes or additions. 

School fees and school forms can be paid online through the Anglophone East website…school cash.  The fee is $30 for all students, with an additional $5 for grade nine students for their lock purchase. 

The school store will be open for students at lunch hour on Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Fridays.  BMHS hoodies are $35.  We also have lots of other BMHS swag for great prices.  Cash or cheque only.  ​

September 27
BMHS Talkmail September 27, 2019

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT BERNICE MACNAUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2019

Bernice MacNaughton High School is a scent free zone.  We ask for parent and student support with this policy.  Currently, we have a student experiencing SEVERE breathing difficulties due to scented products.  Thank you for your understanding.

Student Information Profile sheets were sent home with your child.   It is imperative that we have correct up to date contact and medical information for your child.  Please review the information and make any necessary changes or additions. 

BMHS Boys Hockey will be holding tryouts on September 28/29/30th at the 4plex. Tryout fee is $60.00 and can be paid in cash at the rink prior to the 1st ice time.
Ice times are as follows;
Saturday, Sept 28th 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, Sept 29th jamboree @ Odysee (details to come)
Monday, Sept 30th 7:30 p.m.

To register players can email bmhsboyshockey@gmail.com

School fees and school forms can be paid online through the Anglophone East website…school cash.  The fee is $30 for all students, with an additional $5 for grade nine students for their lock purchase.

If you had submitted the online forms prior to September 1st, we ask that you check school cash as we have added additional forms. 

The first girls hockey tryout will be Thursday October 3rd at 7AM at the SPC 4-plex.  NBIAA HOCKEY WAIVER AND RELEASE forms are to be completed prior to going on the ice. Any questions can be directed to Coach Greg Barbour at (506) 378-2808 or gregory_barbour@manulife.ca

Band rehearsals have begun and run Mondays after school from 3:30 to 5:00 in room 173. Anyone who plays a band or orchestral instrument is welcome to join.

 

On September 30th, we'll be participating in Orange Shirt Day. Please see the following explanation for Orange Shirt Day provided to us from the Province:

WHAT? A day to listen, learn, and celebrate Indigenous culture

WHY Orange Shirts? Orange Shirt Day is a legacy of the St. Joseph Mission (SJM) residential school commemoration event held in Williams Lake, BC, Canada, in May 2013. It grew out of Phyllis' story of having her shiny new orange shirt taken away on her first day of school at the Mission, and it has become an opportunity to keep the discussion on all aspects of residential schools happening annually. The date was chosen because it is the time of year in which children were taken from their homes to residential schools, and because it is an opportunity to set the stage for anti-racism and anti-bullying policies for the coming school year. It also gives teachers time to plan events that will include children, as we want to ensure that we are passing the story and learning on to the next generations. Orange Shirt Day is also an opportunity for First Nations, local governments, schools and communities to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations of children to come.

Wearing an orange shirt and promoting the slogan, Every Child Matters, is an affirmation of our commitment to raise awareness of the residential school experience and to ensure that every child matters as we focus on our hope for a better future in which children are empowered to help each other.

https://www.cbc.ca/kidscbc2/the-feed/what-is-orange-shirt-day  http://www.orangeshirtday.org

 

The school store will be open for students at lunch hour on Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Fridays.  BMHS hoodies are $35.  We also have lots of other BMHS swag for great prices.  Cash or cheque only.  

 

On October 7th and 8th, at the Moncton Coliseum there will be a post-secondary school information event. Grade 11 and 12 students will be attending on one of those days, and it is open to the public during the evening of the 7th. More information, as it becomes available will be posted on the BMHS webpage.

The guidance counsellors will be having information sessions next week, on Wednesday and Friday during the second half of lunch, for students interested in learning more about scholarships, where to find them and how to apply. There will be a parent information session on October 22nd beginning at 7pm in the BMHS theatre.​ 

September 13
BMHS Talk Mail- September 13th, 2019

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT BERNICE MACNAUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2019

In accordance with district policy, we will be having our Emergency Evacuation drill on Wednesday, Sept. 18th weather permitting.

Please also be advised that on Monday, September 23rd we will be holding our lock down practice drill. No one will be able to enter the building from 11:00 am until we are finished. If your child has an appointment around this time, please make arrangements for pick-up before or after the designated time.

Staff have reviewed the protocols for both drills with our students as part of our start up expectations for safety.

Bernice MacNaughton High School is a scent free zone.  We ask for parent and student support with this policy.  Currently, we have a student experiencing SEVERE breathing difficulties due to scented products.  Thank you for your understanding.

Student Information Profile sheets were sent home with your child on Wednesday.   It is imperative that we have correct up to date contact and medical information for your child.  Please review the information and make any necessary changes or additions. 

School Photo’s will take place Thursday, September 19th.

BMHS Boys Hockey will be holding tryouts on September 28/29/30th at the 4plex. Tryout fee is $60.00 and can be paid in cash at the rink prior to the 1st ice time.
Ice times are as follows;
Saturday, Sept 28th 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, Sept 29th jamboree @ Odysee (details to come)
Monday, Sept 30th 7:30 p.m.

To register players can email bmhsboyshockey@gmail.com

Homestay needed for a 16-year-old visiting international male student from Germany. Quiet and respectful student interested in a New Brunswick experience.  Please call Jacqueline Little: 506-233-8420

The Bernice MacNaughton Highlanders Cross Country Running team, in conjunction with the Royal Bank are excited to be giving back to the community.  The Highlanders and RBC are having a fundraising barbeque on Saturday September the 14th at the Vaughn Harvey Sobeys’s. Profits from the barbeque will go to two local community groups, Camp Centennial and the Humanity Project.  The Barbeque will run between 10 am and 5 pm.  Bring your appetite.

School fees and school forms can be paid online through the Anglophone East website…school cash.  The fee is $30 for all students, with an additional $5 for grade nine students for their lock purchase.

If you had submitted the online forms prior to September 1st, we ask that you check school cash as we have added additional forms. 


 

This Thursday, September 19th we invite the parents/guardians to our Meet the teacher evening.  We will gather in the auditorium for a short presentation at 6:30pm.  Bring your son/daughter’s schedule as you will follow their schedule to their 5 classes for the remainder of the evening.  Hope to see you there!

There will be a meeting for all students that signed up for girl’s hockey at lunch time Wednesday September 18th in Mr. Matheson’s home room 242.  There will also be a Parents/players meeting in the cafeteria at 7PM September 25th, 2019.

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September 06
Talk Mail - Friday, September 5th, 2019

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT BERNICE MACNAUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH, 2019

 

School fees and school forms can be paid online through the Anglophone East website…school cash.  The fee is $30 for all students, with an additional $5 for grade nine students for their lock purchase.


 

There will be two after school workshops and information session for all students interested in drama.  They will take place on Tuesday, September 10th and Thursday, September 12th from 3:45 to 5:45.  

Reach for the Top is a team trivia club for all students grades 9-12 who like fun facts, have a broad knowledge base, or just know a whole lot about one thing in particular. We meet twice a week for a fun practice and compete November to May at high schools around the province. If you know a lot about politics to Pokémon, chemistry to Harry Potter, see Mrs. Natasha LeBlanc in room 212.

The Duke of Edinburgh International Award works to celebrate students over the age of 14 for actions they may be already doing, like sports, volunteering, playing instruments and travel. It is a prestigious award that could encourage students to better themselves and thereby better their communities. It also is a great addition to job and university applications. For more information, see Mrs. Natasha LeBlanc in room 212.

School photos will take place on Thursday, September 19th.  Students received a memo with details this week during homeroom.  This photo will be used for the yearbook and student ID cards.  Parents/Guardians may order pictures if they wish

Tonight, at 7pm, our Varsity football team will kick off their season with a game on the Mckenna Field.  Students are encouraged to wear green and white to show their Highlander spirit. 

Homestay needed for a 16-year-old visiting international male student from Germany. Quiet and respectful student interested in a New Brunswick experience.

Please call Jacqueline Little: 

506-233-8420

Grad Photos will take place November 4-15th.  Further information will be provided at a later date.

Student Information Profile Sheets will be sent home next week.  We ask that you please carefully verify the medical information portion and make any additions or corrections as necessary. 

The tryouts for the Boys Hockey Team will be:

Saturday September 28th 7:45 PM

Sunday September 29th 8:15 PM

Monday September 30th 7:30 PM

All tryouts will be held at the SPC 4plex

Jared Esson- Head Coach

BMHS Boys High School Hockey

1-506-875-2633

 

The PSSC would like to welcome everyone back and is wishing all families and students a wonderful 2019/2020 school year!  The PSSC will be having their first meeting this Wednesday, September 11th, at 7:00pm in the school library.  We are encouraging anyone who would like to be on the PSSC committee for 2019-2020 to attend our meeting.  We are looking forward to another productive and positive year together!​

August 30
Talk Mail - Friday, August 30th, 2019

BMHS TALKMAIL                                                                                                              First Week

With the first week of school just around the corner here are a few reminders about back to school.

Parents/guardians should consult the Anglophone East district website for bussing information ahead of the first day of school.    Transportation guidelines to follow:  Parents and guardians who will be dropping off students at the school are advised that there are two loops on the side of the building you can enter to keep the flow of traffic moving.  Please refer to the signage.  ONLY school buses can use the front entrance. 

Cafeteria services will be available the first day of school.

Tuesday, September 3rd all grade 10, 11 and 12 students will return to school.   Grade 9 students will not start school until Wednesday.

Tuesday will begin at 8:40am with students going to Homeroom to receive their schedule and locker information.   Students can check the alphabetical lists posted in the main foyer to find their homeroom location.

Wednesday, September 4th only Grade 9 students will attend school. 

This day offers our new Highlanders a chance to get used to high school.  All grade 9 students will report to the auditorium by 8:40am to meet their homeroom teacher and then begin their day.

Thursday, September 5th and Friday, September 6th all grade levels will attend school.

Student government will be hosting some start up activities for students and staff the first week.

Cornboil Thursday, September 5th from 6-8pm.

Varsity Football game Friday, September 6th at 7pm in our backyard on the McKenna Field.  Dress in school colors of green and white.

School Cash online is set up to allow Parents/Guardians to pay school fees and sign off on important documents for your child.   Please ensure that any medical conditions are communicated to the school on the first day and that appropriate documentation is completed.  Please call the main office if you have any questions.

SPORTS (get involved)

Senior Girls Soccer tryouts will begin at 5:30pm on Tuesday, September 3rd on the turf field.

Baseball tryouts will be held on Wednesday, September 4th with time and location to be announced next week.

Cross Country running practices begin on Monday, September 2nd, 2019

 

6pm meet on the back field..

 

The remaining practices will be right after school.. meet in Mdm Belliveau's room 

 

See Mr. Bryden for more details..​

June 20
Thursday, June 20th, Talk Mail

​Students can pick up their report cards and next year's schdeule from their homeroom teacher between 8:45-11am Friday, June 21st.  IF student's receive a schedule that is incomplete(less than 10 courses) they can speak with guidance tomorrow.


If students require bus transportation home, at the end of the day (3:30pm) they MUST check in at the office upon arrival in the morning.

Have a wonderful summer!

June 07
Talk Mail- June 7th, 2019

TALKMAIL – BMHS                                                          Friday, June 7th, 2019

 

Next week is final assessment week. Students are to be at school and ready for the exams at 8:45am. The exam schedule is posted on our school website. If a student is to miss an exam for a medical reason please inform the school as soon as possible. An alternate time will be provided. Students must bring all textbooks at the time of their exam and bring the necessary supplies to write their exams. We wish the best of luck on these final assessments.

Grade 12 students received a Graduation Activities Informed Parental Consent form on Monday, May 27th.  Please review this form for important dates for Grads, sign and have your child return to the office.  This form gives permission for your son/daughter’s name to be shared as a graduate with the local newspaper, the graduation ceremony program, grad photo to be included in the Grad Composite to name a few.  Please return these ASAP to the main office.

             

As is tradition at BMHS, we are asking the Grade 11 parents to donate a monetary contribution towards this year’s graduation reception.  We are suggesting a $20 contribution, but any amount would be greatly appreciated.   Donations can be made at school cash online or at the main office prior to June 14th.  Next year your child will receive the same benefit when they graduate.  We are looking for grade 11 parents to volunteer to help with the reception the evening of Graduation June 20th.  Please contact the main office or email susan.lockwood@nbed.nb.ca

 

Out of bounds applications: If your child is attending BMHS as an “out of bounds” student you must re-apply for next school year.  Please have your child return the application form as soon as possible. 

 

We kindly ask that parents check school cash online to ensure that all of your child’s fees have been paid prior to exam week.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact the main office.

 

A reminder to graduating students who are going on to attend college or university in the fall. If you would like your scholarships which you have received, including entrance scholarships, to be included in the graduation program please bring a copy of your letter, indicating you have received the scholarship and the total amount, to Mr. Harris or Mrs. Dominie in the guidance office. Please bring in letters by Friday, June 14th.

Graduating students who are attending university or college in the fall need to make arrangements with the front office to have their June transcripts sent to the institution they plan on attending. At the front office are Final Transcript Request Forms (on bright pink paper). These need to be completed, with all the correct information, in order for students’ Final transcripts to be sent. The cost to send official transcripts is $2. With the hustle and bustle of graduation we encourage graduating students to do this as soon as possible.

Student Financial Assistance applications for students beginning university or college in September 2019 are available online. They can be accessed by visiting www.studentaid.gnb.ca. Both online and printable applications options are available along with information to help in filling them out.

Our PSSC would like to thank all the parents who took the time from their busy schedules to answer our survey.  It was a success and will help us determine our objectives for our 2019-2020 school year.  We will share the survey results and our objectives for 2019-2020 when we return in September.  We wish everyone a safe and wonderful summer!​

May 31
Talk Mail- May 31st, 2019

TALKMAIL                                                           Friday, May 31st, 2019

 

Next week is the last week of classes with exams from Monday, June 10th - Friday, June 14th. The exam schedule is posted on our bmhs.nbed.nb.ca website.

Students will be asked to clean out their lockers on Friday, June 7th to take all of their belongings home for the summer.  Text books must be returned to subject teachers prior to the end of exam week.

Wednesday, June 5th at 7pm all parents/guardians and students are invited to celebrate with us our students’ excellence at the annual Awards Night in the BMHS theatre.

We are looking for parents to volunteer time to decorate for Awards Night.  Decorating will begin at 1:30 PM on June 5th.  A few volunteers is all it will take to transform the stage for the evening celebration.  If you are interested in volunteering an hour or two, please contact Mrs. Natasha LeBlanc at natashaa.leblanc@nbed.nb.ca.  

 Grade 12 students received a Graduation Activities Informed Parental Consent form on Monday, May 27th.  Please review this form for important dates for Grads, sign and have your child return to the office by Monday, June 3rd.  This form gives permission for your son/daughter’s name to be shared as a graduate with the local newspaper, the graduation ceremony program, grad photo to be included in the Grad Composite to name a few.  Please return these ASAP to the main office.      

As is tradition at BMHS, we are asking the Grade 11 parents to donate a monetary contribution towards this year’s graduation reception.  We are suggesting a $20 contribution, but any amount would be greatly appreciated.   Donations can be made at school cash online or at the main office prior to June 14th.  Next year your child will receive the same benefit when they graduate.  We are looking for grade 11 parents to volunteer to help with the reception the evening of Graduation June 20th.  Please contact the main office or email susan.lockwood@nbed.nb.ca

 Out of bounds applications: If your child is attending BMHS as an “out of bounds” student you must re-apply for next school year.  Please have your child return the application form as soon as possible. 

 We kindly ask that parents check school cash online to ensure that all of your child’s fees have been paid prior to exam week.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact the main office.

 Students interested in running cross country in the Fall should attend a meeting on Thursday, June 6th in Mr. Gallant’s room 109 at the beginning of lunch.  Runners of all grades and levels are welcome.  For more information please contact Mr. Allerston or Mr. Bryden.

Any students who wish to be an Ambassador to the new international students, leave your name and contact information with Mrs. Woodworth in room 216 before the end of the semester.​

May 24
Talk Mail- May 24th, 2019

TALKMAIL                                                           Friday, May 24th, 2019

               

             

A reminder that this Wednesday, May 29th is our Gathering of the Clans event.

Activities commence at 2:30pm and run until 10pm, at which time parents are asked to be prompt for pick up.   A reminder that registration and payment for this event is closed as of May 17th, as written on the registration form. We hope that students unable to attend will join us next year!

 Our annual Awards Night will be held, Wednesday, June 5th at 7PM

 Exams will take place the week of June 10th -14th.  The exam schedule will be posted shortly on the bmhs website.

 Prom & Safe Grad will be held on Tuesday, June 18th beginning at 8PM

 Graduation will be held Thursday, June 20th 7PM at the Wesleyan Celebration Center.

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May 16
Talk Mail- May 16th, 2019

TALKMAIL                                                           Thursday, May 16, 2019

               

             

               

Reminder that there will be no school for students tomorrow, Friday, May 17th due to NBTA Branch Day for teachers or Monday, May 20th to observe the Victoria Day Holiday.

 Next Tuesday, May 21st students will be receiving a fees owing statement.  If you notice any discrepancies please contact the coach, manager or advisor.  We ask that these fees be paid by the end of May.  Please go to School cash online:    https://angloeast.schoolcashonline.com

 Registration has now closed for our Gathering of the Clan event on May 29th. The event will run from 2:30 pm to 10pm, and students are asked to arrange drives for this pick up time. Parent volunteers who have a current police record check are welcome to volunteer for a shift by contacting BMHS teacher Veronica Carpenter. We are also accepting donations for Bingo prizes, items like movie tickets or other gift cards preferred. These items can be dropped off at the main office. Thank you.

 The BMHS Reach for the Top team made it to Nationals in Toronto. They are still looking for corporate sponsorship to help them get there. If you wish to make a donation, please contact Mrs. Natasha LeBlanc at Natasha.leblanc@nbed.nb.ca

 AP Psychology and AP Chemistry exams will be written on Wednesday, May 22nd at 8 AM and 12 PM respectively.

 AP English and AP Calculus exams will be written on Friday, May 24th at 8 AM

 Save the date:  Wednesday, June 5th for our year end Awards Night

 BMHS Spring Music Concert will be held Thursday, May 23rd at 7PM in the theatre.  Admission is $7 for Adults and $5 for students. 

           

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May 14
Talk Mail - May 14th, 2019

Good Afternoon:

BMHS – May 14th, 2019

 

To clarify the Gathering of the Clans, May Day will be held on Wednesday, May 29th.  Tomorrow, Wednesday, May 15th is your last chance to register for Gathering of the Clans where your registration counts towards the incentives, such as the dance, or inflatables... Also, if you pay after May 15th, you will not receive a clan T-Shirt, as that order needs to be placed tomorrow.  You can pay for Gathering of the Clans online through School Cash and bring the registration form to the foyer during lunch time.

 

Thank you for your time and have a wonderful evening.

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May 02
Talk Mail- May 2nd, 2019

​Reminder that there is no school for students tomorrow, Friday, May 3rd due to NBTA Council Meetings for teachers.


Please note the change of date:  Gathering of the Clans has been rescheduled to May 29th instead of May 30th.  Reminder to pay online and submit the forms in the foyer on Wednesday.


Students in Grade 9 received their report on the Provincial Language Proficiency Assessment yesterday.  Grade 11 and 12 students who were required to be re-assessed also received their status.  If there are any questions regarding the results please contact your child's English teacher.


BMHS Drama Presents:  "I'm Sorry.  We tried"  an evening of student created plays.  The show runs from Tuesday, May 14th to Thursday, May 16th.  All three shows start at 7:30 pm and the cost is $7 for students and $10 for adults.  Tickets will be available at the door.  Your support is greatly appreciated.  


Highlander 4 on 4 is a Bernice MacNaughton High School charity Road Hockey Tournament hosted by Student Government..  It will take place on Friday, May 10th (after school) and Saturday, May 11th.  Registration forms can be found at the office.


Grad Council will be hosting a Community pancake breakfast on May 4th from 8-11 am.  The proceeds will go towards our dragon boat fundraising as well as grad events.  All are welcome


Parents, students, school staff and community members are invited to attend the 2019 Youth Mental Health Symposium, Wednesday, May 8th at Legends Restaurant, located in the Moncton Coliseum.  Doors open at 5:45 with student and community kiosks.  At 7 pm there will be a community conversation, entitled "The Brilliance of the Teenage Brain"  lead by Kelli Ethridge of the Atlantic Wellness Youth Counselling Centre.  ​

April 26
Talk Mail- April 26th, 2019

​TALKMAIL Friday, April 26th, 2019

 

Reach for the Top will be selling Vesey's seeds, bulbs, and other garden items as a fundraiser. If you're doing some gardening this year and buying these items anyway, please think of the Reach for the Top team. Please contact Mrs. Natasha LeBlanc. Orders are due April 29. 

A Student Financial Assistance Presentation will be held on May 9th in the Bernice MacNaughton High School Theatre beginning at 6:30pm. The presentation will be hosted by Ms. Schelly MacKinnon a Student Financial Services Educational Liaison Officer with the Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour and will cover topics such as student loans, grants and other programs aimed at helping students pay for post-secondary education.

Highlander 4 on 4 is a Bernice MacNaughton High School charity Road Hockey Tournament hosted by Student Government Friday, May10th (after school) and Saturday, May 11th.  Registration forms can be found at the office.

The Gathering of the Clans event is only 24 school days away! On May 30th, come out to celebrate the end of the year with your friends. Payment can be done at School Cash online, and registration forms submitted Wednesdays at lunch in the foyer. 

Grad Council will be hosting a community pancake breakfast on May 4th from 8-11am.

The proceeds will go towards our dragon boat fundraising as well as grad events.


April 18
Talk Mail- Thursday, April 18th

​TALKMAIL Thursday, April 18th, 2019

 

During the month of April the Moncton City Hall Gallery will be displaying selected works created by grade 12 students from Bernice MacNaughton High School.  The exhibit is currently open daily from Monday to Friday (8am to 4:30pm) and runs until April the 26th. 

On Wednesday, April 24th, from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. AP Psychology students are invited to participate in a practice exam in room 202. Participating students are asked to bring 5.00 dollars to contribute toward supper costs. 

Reach for the Top will be selling Vesey's seeds, bulbs, and other garden items as a fundraiser. If you're doing some gardening this year and buying these items anyway, please think of the Reach for the Top team. Please contact Mrs. Natasha LeBlanc. Orders are due April 29. 

A Student Financial Assistance Presentation will be held on May 9th in the Bernice MacNaughton High School Theatre beginning at 6:30pm. The presentation will be hosted by Ms. Schelly MacKinnon a Student Financial Services Educational Liaison Officer with the Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour and will cover topics such as student loans, grants and other programs aimed at helping students pay for post-secondary education.

Highlander 4 on 4 is a Bernice MacNaughton High School charity Road Hockey Tournament hosted by Student Government Friday, May10th (after school) and Saturday, May 11th.  Registration forms can be found at the office.

Registration forms for the Gathering of the Clan event were distributed yesterday in homerooms. Students are encouraged to start selling $5 Bingo cards to help get to their $40 registration fee. Starting today this fee can be paid at school cash online. The first day to submit forms and money will be next Wednesday at lunch in the foyer. The first 200 registrations will get twice the amount of prize ballots, so pay early!  Event date is May 30th.


No school tomorrow, Friday April 19th or Monday, April 22nd to observe the Easter holiday.


March 20
Talk Mail - Wednesday, March 20, 2019

​TALKMAIL Wednesday, March 20, 2019


Just a reminder to parents/guardians that all grade 9 students and all Music classes are going to see the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra perform at the Celebration Centre tomorrow, Thursday March 21st at 12:45.  Students are reminded to dress appropriately, as they will be walking over to the Wesleyan Celebration Center.  

The Immunization Clinic for Grade 9’s will be held on Monday, March 25th. 

Parents of Grade 9 students are asked to please return the Immunization forms to the school as soon as possible, even if you do not wish for your child to be vaccinated.   Should you have any questions regarding the forms please contact Public Health at 856-2401...Students are reminded to wear a short sleeve shirt and have a healthy breakfast.


There will be no school for students on Friday, March 22nd due to a Professional Learning day for teachers.


February 22
 TALK MAIL - FEBRUARY 22ND, 2019

​TALKMAIL Friday, February 22nd 2019



Course Selection forms are now overdue to be returned to your homeroom teacher.  Please have a parent/guardian review and sign the form for Monday, Feb 25th.

Students who purchased a ticket for the fan bus going to Saint John for the Varsity Boys Basketball Provincial final game need to be at BMHS by 6:15 pm on Saturday, Feb 23rd.  Permissions slips need to be returned to the supervisors in order to get on the bus.  The bus will arrive back to BMHS between 11:30pm and midnight. 

Students who are registered in AP Chemistry, AP English Literature, AP Psychology or AP Calculus are asked to please pay the exam fee of $130 ASAP.  Please go to School Cash Online.

Next week, students will complete a NB Wellness Survey that will provide anonymous data regarding student’s wellness behaviour:  such as eating habits, physical activity, bullying, tobacco/alcohol or drug use, and how they feel connected to their school

Parents of Grade 9 students are asked to please return the Grade 9 Immunization forms to the school as soon as possible, as these are now past due.  If you have any questions regarding the forms please contact Public Health at 856-2401

The Student Information Sheets are now past due.  Please check with your child and ask them to return the verified and signed form to the school.  It is imperative that we have correct up to date contact and medical information for your child.  Thank you for your cooperation. 

We are currently looking for a JV Boys Volleyball Coach.  If anyone is interested could you please contact Eric Matheson at eric.matheson@nbed.nb.ca or call the school at 506-856-3469

Happy Friday!  Enjoy your weekend


February 20
Talk Mail - February 20th, 2019

​TALKMAIL Wednesday, February 20, 2019


Today, Students in Grade 9 to 11 received their course registration form for next school year.  Parents/Guardians are asked to review the choices with their child and to sign the form and return it to school by this Friday, February 22nd.  All course selection documents are online to access if you have any questions about requirements for graduation.

Notice for Grade 9 students participating in the “Do the Right Thing” Diversity Conference.  The Conference has been changed to Friday of this week instead of Thursday.  Please attend classes tomorrow and be at the front door by 8:30 am on Friday morning.  See Ms. Harris in room 117 should you have any questions.


February 14
Talk Mail - February 14th, 2019

​TALKMAIL Friday, February 15th, 2019


Parents of Grade 9 students are asked to please return the Grade 9 Immunization forms to the school as soon as possible, as these are now past due.  If you have any questions regarding the forms please contact Public Health at 856-2401

Please note that our school has a no scent policy.  We kindly ask that if you are visiting the school you refrain from wearing scented products.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Ms. Squires is still accepting members for the first ever JV Band open to students with limited band experience. Rehearsals will be Mondays from 3:30 - 5:00 in room 167. 

Our course selection information for parents/guardians and students is located on our website.  Students will make their course selections for next school year tomorrow, February 15th.  Please spend time discussing these choices with your child and researching the programs of study and different post-secondary institutions.  Forms will be sent home next week for parent/guardian signatures.  These are due back no later than Friday, February 22nd.

Yearbooks are now $65 and are being sold until February 22nd.  Go to School cash online to get yours today

Students who are registered in AP Chemistry, AP English Literature or AP Psychology are asked to please pay the exam fee of $130 asap.  Please go to School Cash Online.

A reminder that there is no school on Monday, February 18th in or to enjoy the holiday “Family Day”


February 11
Talk Mail - February 11th, 2019

​TALKMAIL Monday, February 11, 2019


Parents of Grade 9 students are asked to please return the Grade 9 Immunization forms to the school as soon as possible, as these are now past due.  If you have any questions regarding the forms please contact Public Health at 856-2401


Student Information Profile Sheets were sent home last week.  Please verify and note any changes required, sign and then have your child return the form to the school by tomorrow, Tuesday, Feb 12th.    It is imperative that we have accurate student contact and medical information in our system.  

Please note that our school has a no scent policy.  We kindly ask that if you are visiting the school you refrain from wearing scented products.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Ms. Squires is still accepting members for the first ever JV Band open to students with limited band experience. Rehearsals will be Mondays from 3:30 - 5:00 in room 167. 

Our course selection information for parents/guardians and students is located on our website.  Students will make their course selections for next school year on Friday, February 15th.  Please spend time discussing these choices with your child and researching the programs of study and different post-secondary institutions.


February 01
Talk Mail- February 1st

​TALKMAIL Friday, February 1, 2019

Parents/Guardians of Grade 9 – 11 students are asked to “Save the date” for an information session regarding course selection for next school year.   Please join us in the school theatre on Wednesday, February 6th from 7 – 8 pm.  Students will be making their course selections on Friday, February 15th. 

The music department is excited to offer three new extracurricular opportunities for ANY student to participate in; Chorus, JV Band and Varsity Band.   Chorus is open to anyone who likes to sing and is interested in strengthening their singing skills for next year’s Musical. Rehearsals will be held on Tuesday's and Friday's at lunch in room 167 with Ms. Dominie.


Ms. Squires will be offering the first ever JV Band open to students with limited band experience. The first rehearsal will be Monday February 4th from 3:30 - 5:00.  Ms. Touchie will be offering Varsity Band to those more experienced students.  A meeting will be held Tuesday at the beginning of lunch for interested students in room 173.  The JV and Varsity Bands welcome violinists, cellists and bassists.

For more information on music extracurricular activities contact Linda Touchie.


Grade 9 students received Immunization forms yesterday from their Period 1 teachers.  These forms require a parental signature and need to be returned to the school on Monday, February 4th.  The Immunization Clinic will be held on March 25th.  If you have any questions please contact Public Health at 856-2401.


The girls’ rugby team will be doing a bottle drive on Monday, February 4th.  If you receive a flyer from a team member and have bottles that you would like to donate please leave the bottles at your front door and a member of the team will collect your bags.  Thank you



January 24
REVISED EXAM SCHEDULE JANUARY 24

REVISED BMHS Exam Schedule  – January 24th  2019

Monday – January 21st     

Tuesday – January 22nd  

Wednesday – January 23rd    

Thursday – January 24th     

Friday – January 25th  

 

 

SCHOOL CANCELLED

 

 

SCHOOL CANCELLED

 

 

ALL students will write Period 1 EXAM

9:00 -11:00am

 

 

SCHOOL CANCELLED

 

 

ALL students will write Period 3 EXAM

9:00 – 11:00am

 

 

 

 

ALL students will write Period 2 EXAM

 1:00 -3:00pm

 

 

 

ALL students will write PERIOD 4 EXAM

1:00 – 3:00pm

 

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 28th

 

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 29th

 

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30th

 

THURSDAY, JAN. 31st

 

 

FRIDAY, FEB. 1st

 

ALL Students will write Period 5 EXAM

9:00 – 11:00 am

 

 

 

Turn around day

No school for students

 

 

Turn around day

No school for students

 

 

Semester 2 begins

 

 

 Semester 2 continues

·        All exams will be written in your normal classroom location beginning at 9:00am or 1:00pm each day. 

·        Students are to report to their classroom 10 minutes prior to the exam start time.

·        Exams are either 90 minutes or 2 hours long.

·        Once students are released from the exam room they are to quietly leave the area.

 

REMINDERS

·        The English Language Proficiency Assessment for Grade 9 students will be written in their English period.

·        The English Language Proficiency Re-Assessment for Grade 11 and 12 students will be scheduled individually.  Students will be informed of the time and location by the main office.  Students originally scheduled to write on Wednesday at 9am will write on Friday at 9am.  Students originally scheduled to write on Thursday at 9am will write on Friday at 1pm.

·        A parent/guardian must call and speak with an administrator if a student is unable to write their exam on any given day.  A doctor’s note will be required.

·        Students are to return all textbooks to their subject teacher and all library books to the librarian.

·        Once exams are finished each day students are to go home, to the cafeteria, or to a prearranged extra help session.

·        Busses will run at normal times during exams.

·        There will not be any cafeteria service during exam week.​ 

January 22
BMHS Revised Exam Schedule

 REVISED BMHS Exam Schedule  – January 2019

Monday – January 21st     

Tuesday – January 22nd  

Wednesday – January 23rd    

Thursday – January 24th     

Friday – January 25th  

 

 

SCHOOL CANCELLED

 

 

SCHOOL CANCELLED

 

 

ALL students will write Period 1 EXAM

9:00 -11:00am

 

ALL students will write Period 3 EXAM

9:00 – 11:00am

 

ALL students will write

Period 5 EXAM

9:00 -11:00am

 

 

 

 

ALL students will write Period 2 EXAM

 1:00 -3:00pm

 

All students will write PERIOD 4 EXAM

1:00 – 3:00pm

 

 

·        All exams will be written in your normal classroom location beginning at 9:00am or 1:00pm each day. 

·        Students are to report to their classroom 10 minutes prior to the exam start time.

·        Exams are either 90 minutes or 2 hours long.

·        Once students are released from the exam room they are to quietly leave the area.

 

REMINDERS

·        The English Language Proficiency Assessment for Grade 9 students will be written in their English period.

·        The English Language Proficiency Re-Assessment for Grade 11 and 12 students will be scheduled individually.  Students will be informed of the time and location by the main office.  Follow the original timeslot given for this exam. For example, if you were supposed to write on Wednesday at 9am you will now write Thursday afternoon at 1pm.

·        A parent/guardian must call and speak with an administrator if a student is unable to write their exam on any given day.  A doctor’s note will be required.

·        Students are to return all textbooks to their subject teacher and all library books to the librarian.

·        Once exams are finished each day students are to go home, to the cafeteria, or to a prearranged extra help session.

·        Busses will run at normal times during exams.

·        There will not be any cafeteria service during exam week.

·        Report cards will be issued on Friday, February 1st.

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