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We acknowledge that we are in Mi’kma’ki, which is the traditional ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq people.

BMHS NEWS:

Personal Care Product Program- With this program we are able provide personal care/hygiene items free of charge to those who need them. We have an area set up in the main office for those who may require items to come in and take what they need. Any donations would be greatly appreciated!

Lunch Program- The lunch program similar to our breakfast program has the same mission.  Promoting every student should have access to a lunch and not go hungry. This program is completely run by donations, if you would like to donate to this program please contact the school at 902-637-4310

Our Canadian Families 12 Class will be hosting a free family fun night on December 12th from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at BMHS. Bring the whole family and join us for an evening of fun and games!

Christmas theme dress-up days will be the week of December 16th-20th. Dress up to show and show your school spirit.                                                                                                              

Monday-Red & Green Day   

Tuesday-Christmas Sock/Christmas Hair Day                                                                 

Wednesday-Christmas Hat day  

Thursday-PJ day 

Friday- Ugly sweater day

Candy Grams- Prom committee will be selling candy grams from December 9th – 13th for $2 each.

Barons Store- A great gift idea would be a Barons shirt or hoodie. Student Council will be taking orders on December 4th and 5th. Shirts will be $20 and hoodies will be $40

BMHS Cafeteria Christmas Dinner-The cafeteria Christmas Dinner will be held on December 11th 2019. Cost is $7.50 and includes a full turkey dinner, dessert, and a beverage.  Students must pre-order at the cafeteria.

Our cafeteria is pleased to offer gluten-free and vegetarian lunch options. If you would like to have a special lunch please go to the cafeteria first thing in the morning to PRE-ORDER with the kitchen staff.

Lobstering

Lobstering, and related industries is an important part of our heritage, culture and economic realities. We would like to wish all fishers a successful and safe season!  A reminder that students are responsible for keeping caught up on their academic work!  Students must see their individual teachers to ask for their assignments.  An Extended Absence Certificate / Seasonal Work Experience Credi signed by the superintendent must be on file at the school for each student taking time off to go lobstering and/or other seasonally-related initiatives. 

Seasonal Work Experience Credit- To Clarify those working toward the Seasonal Work Credit your extended absence is only approved 10 school days. Additional hours must be completed after school or weekends if needed.

BMHS Vs. RCMP & Special Guests Charity Basketball Game

BMHS will be hosting our first annual charity basketball game on December 11th at 2 p.m. in the BMHS gym. Admission will be $2. This fundraiser is being organized by 2 French Immersion students who are raising money for their Quebec trip.

Exams

A reminder that exams are just around the corner!  Exams will be written the week of Jan. 27th-30th 2020.  Grade 10 English Provincial Exam is on January 27th. Exam schedule for all other courses will be released in the New Year. Semester 2 begins on February 3, 2020

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Melanie d'Entremont,
Oct 12, 2019, 4:02 AM
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Melanie d'Entremont,
Nov 5, 2019, 9:16 AM
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