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

School Closures: - Unfortunately, the inclement weather season is upon us. As noted, please listen for school cancellation news on all local radio & TV channels and check the website at www.tcrce.ca or like our BMHS Facebook page for school closure notifications. Our TCRCE policy/procedures can also be found on the Tri-County Regional Centre for Education website.

Exams: Will commence on January 28th.  A detailed schedule will be released very soon.  It is important to note that…

-          Exams are an essential component of student assessment and will be directly linked to the curriculum outcomes already taught. Students should start studying in advance. Do not leave your notes, binders, or lockers unattended at any time.

-          Students must have a medical excuse to miss an exam and contact the school in advance.

-          Exams will start at 9:00AM and 12:30PM daily Students must remain in their exam room for two hours and will be required to have study/reading material with them if completed early. If they leave after 11:30AM they must go to the study hall (Cafeteria) or leave the school. Students that arrive by bus and have no exam in the morning or afternoon must go to the study hall (Cafeteria) – students cannot roam halls, go to lockers or walk in/out of the school all day. 

-          Junior high students will be writing mid-semester accumulative assessments during senior exam week. The schedule for junior high students begins the morning of Jan 28/19 and each morning thereafter in the following order: English/FLA Immersion, Math, Social Studies and Science. Junior high students need to provide a note that they have permission to leave after their exam, a note for the whole week can be provided so that the student can just leave after each exam. If the student is not leaving they will be placed in study hall for the afternoon.

Barons Wellness WeekHere at BMHS we are super excited to kick off 2019 with healthy and positive start!

We are hosting a Wellness week from January 14th-18th and happy to report that we have some amazing community members coming in to the school to offer a variety of sessions pertaining to health and wellness.

Some of our guest presenters will be going directly into classes while others will offer noon hour workshops on various topics including stress and anxiety, drug and alcohol awareness, self-esteem, healthy mind and body, and healthy relationships. We will also be offering some art and fitness activities!

Our Teen Health Committee will be going around to classes this to promote Wellness Week and have students sign-up for the workshops being offered. Keep watch for postings on our school Website and Facebook page regarding the upcoming events that will take place. We hope to offer a little something for everyone and are strongly encouraging our students to partake in these sessions.


O2 Parent-Info Session -Wednesday, January 23rd @ 6:00 p.m. there will be a parent-info session for parents of grade 9 students that are interested in the O2 program. Topics to be discussed will include program requirements, application process, the benefits of O2, and an overview of what O2 students experience in their time with the program.

Grade 11 O2 Student & Parent MeetingThere will be a mandatory meeting for all Grade 11 O2 students & parents on Wednesday, January 23rd @ 7 p.m.

 

Student-Parent PortalIt is possible for all parents, guardians and students in the Tri-County Regional Centre for Education to view their child’s ongoing progress on projects, tests, assignments, and other types of assessments via Student-Parent Portal. If you have any questions please contact the school at 902-637-4310


Anyone interested in volunteering for our Breakfast Program can call 902-637-4310 to offer help!

Our cafeteria is pleased to offer gluten-free and vegetarian lunch options! One only needs to pre-order with the kitchen staff, first thing in the morning.



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