Parent Teacher Evening Thursday 4:30 -7:00 pm. Parents and
Guardians are encouraged to attend BLMS on Thursday to pick up report cards and
meet with your childs teachers. Collaborating with the school and teachers can help to
support a students academic success. Please pick up report cards at the front office and then proceed to the cafeteria and Gym to locate your childs teachers. Please keep meetings to a reasonable amount of time to allow all parents time with teachers. Hope to see everyone there!
It's that time of year again and tickets are now on sale! Show starts at 7pm Wednesday, April 22nd, Thursday, April 23rd and Friday, April 24th! Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under and can be purchased from any member of the group or by calling the main office at 523-7160! Dessert/Coffee intermission for a small fee! All proceeds are in support of our music program...hope to see you there!
Due to the excessive number of snow days, most of which were in semester two, BLMS report cards will only be available on Thursday, April 16th. The Parent Teacher evening will also be rescheduled to Thursday, April 16th from 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM. This will help to balance the value of terms in this semester and allow time for students to complete required work and their teacher time to grade it. The scheduled morning Parent Teacher on Friday, March 27th from 9 AM-11:45 AM is still available to meet with teachers, but there will be no report cards available.
Congratulations to the BLMS students who are finalists for our ASD-N district Creative Use of Technology in Education awards: Emma Babineau, Debbie van Doorn ("Julius Ceasar"), Aly Murray ("Time" and "Bengals' Night Out"), Crystal Hernandez-Ramirez ("Demon-selfie"), Morgan Joseph ("Am I Next?" and "Self-portait", Mackenzie Wilson, Megali Marsh and all the First Nations students and teachers that were part of the "Am I Next?" Click the read more link to view the projects:
On March 27th, 28th and 29th the ImagiNATIVE Film and Video tour will be at BLMS and up to six Indigenous youth will learn to write, shoot and edit their own short video in two or three days (5 hours per day) using equipment they already have.
BLMS students are encouraged to wear yellow on April 2nd in support of people who suffer with a mental illness. There will also be a 3 hour workshop called SAFE TALK that alerts one to warning signs indicating risk of suicide. The workshop emphasizes the importance of recognizing the signs, communicating with the person at risk and getting help or resources for the person at risk. This is being offered that evening at Eleanor W. Graham Middle School at 6:30pm please register before April 1st by leaving a message at 876-3586 and leave your name and phone number.