Thursday, June 21, 2018 - Day 8


In the cafeteria today: Chicken Strips & Dip $3.75

 

 

Student Council - For nomination papers or a brief description please pick them up in the office.

 

ALL Students in Grade 9 -12 students are reminded to pass their chrome books into Mr. Reid in the Seminar room today, Thursday and Friday this Week . Chromebooks will be turned off remotely for the summer and You will receive the same chromebook in September.

 

Canadian Red Cross Babysitters Course Thursday, June, 28, 2018 here at BRCS from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Cost is $65.00 per participant. To Register please pick up an application in the main office. Check out the posters around the school.

 

If you are interested in travel, fun and adventure, then here is another opportunity of a lifetime! The Annapolis International Youth Travel Club, a community based group, is planning a Travel Experience for youth currently enrolled in grade 8-10. In March of 2020 we will be travelling to Ecuador to explore the Galapagos Islands and the Amazon Jungle. Pick up a brochure in the office for more information.

 

Music students are reminded to return their signed forms to Ms. Brossoit in the next two weeks in order to take your instrument home for the summer.

 

It is time to clean out your lockers.  Return your locks to Mrs. Campbell or Mrs. Knickle in Workroom 103.  All locks will be removed and lockers cleaned out and contents thrown in the garbage by June 22nd for HS students and the 27th for ML students.

 

Extra yearbooks may be purchased for $40.00 from Mrs. Campbell or Elizabeth Llewellyn.

 

 

Athletics

All track athletes need to return their jerseys to Mrs. Ward asap.

 

 

Student Services

A reminder to students to check the school’s website for up-to-date information concerning scholarships and bursaries.  

 

Looking for a summer job?! Check with Mr. Higgins for further details.

 

Grade 10 & 11 students - The Annapolis Community Health Board (CHB) is currently looking for youth members for our board.  Our CHB is dedicated to working together to achieve excellence in health, healing and learning. If you are in grade 10 or 11 and would be interested in being a member of the CHB please see Mr. Reid.

 

 

SSW Program

The BEA/Dalhousie Math Camp and BEA Bursary Application are now available to eligible students of African descent.  Further information please see Carmelita Johnson, Student Support Worker.