To everyone who donates their time to make BLMS a great place to be, a sincere thank you. Although this is National Volunteer Week your dedication and thoughtfulness are noticed year round and you are appreciated. To name all our volunteers whether they are staff, parents, family or friends would run the risk of leaving someone out. So, to all of you who give your time to BLMS -THANK YOU!
Heritage Fair will be Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 and is open to the public from 9-11:30. Featuring student heritage projects, singers, dancers, traditional foods and crafts, local geneology and history, and a live animal or two. Hope to see you there!
Every summer, the Student Employment and Experience Development Program (SEED) - Student Entrepreneurship Component allows youths who want to start their own business to do so and create their own summer job.
Under the direction of Mr. David Mazerolle and Mrs. Halas Moulton students swept District #16 French Oratory Competition on Thursday, April 15th in Miramichi. Our winners, left to right, front row are Justin Lawson Gr.12-3rd Place, Jade Carruthers Gr.11-tied 1st Place, Paige Hebert Gr.11-tied 1st Place, Corey Lawson-Gr.10-1st place, Portia Marsh Gr.12-1st Place, Nicole Kew-Elliott Gr.9-1st Place, Mariah Sturgeon Gr.10-2nd Place. All first and second place winners qualifed for the Provincial Competition taking place in early May at UdeM.
Service Canada Centres for Youth (SCCY) have been assisting youth and employers across the country with their employment needs for more than 40 years. The Richibucto SCCY offers a variety of services for youth, including assistance with résumé and cover letter writing, interview preparation, job search strategies and information about career planning and the labour market.
An evening of incredible musical talent here at BLMS! Please plan on coming out to our Bengal's Night Out happening April 29th, 30th and May 1st at 7:00pm in the BLMS Theatre. Tickets are $5 adults, $3 for 12yrs and under. Call 523-7160 for tickets. Dessert and Coffee will be sold at intermission. Please support our music program and our talented students by attending the 1st Bengal's Night Out!
In support of Anti-Bullying Day many of our students wore pink shirts and for those who didn't have any pink, bandanas were passed out for students to wear around their wrists or attach to their clothing. Great support was shown by our students and staff!!
Grade 10 students spent Wednesday touring a hospital. There are 144 possible occupations and the staff was able to introduce us to many of them. The morgue, physio, ambulance, maintenance, x-ray, pharmacy and lab were some of the area we visited at the Miramichi Regional Hospital. Info on these and many more occupations can be found under careers at http://www.serha.ca/moncton_hospital/default.htm Thank you to the many staff who helped make our visit and excellent experience.
Wednesday, April 14th is Pink Shirt Day - in support of Anti-Bullying. Show your support by wearing something pink. You can also check out the following websites for ideas to stop the problem of bullying at school, in the community and in the workplace! www.bullying.orgwww.bullyingawarenessweek.org