Elders, His Honour and Mr. WalshTrish-Arcaro Barlow and His Honour unofficially accepting a giftShelby Warman and His HonourHis Honour and BLMS Torch Runners Carloyn Simon, Justin Lawson and Peter HacheyMs. McEacheron, His Honour, Richard Walsh
The theatre was filled with students at four different times today as each grade level gathered to honor the men and women who serve our country to ensure our rights and freedoms. Mrs. Halas Moulton and Ms.
The 2009 - 2010 Student Cards have arrived. They are now available to those students who have their fees paid. Others may see Ms. Conroy to pay outstanding amounts. Fees are $40 per student ... $70 for two in the same house hold ... $90 for three or more. (Fees go towards things like the Kevin Brooks presentation which cost us $ 1249.00)
Ms. Dawn Glendenning (Hudson) has joined the staff of BLMS, effective November 9, 2009. We welcome Mrs. Glendenning and we look forward to the positive contribution she will make to both the students and staff. Welcome Mrs. Glendenning!
As part of our on-going efforts to create timely and meaningful communication with parents, we would like to create a group email list. If you are not an Bell/Aliant customer this would be a great way to receive updates from the school. To be part of this group list, simply email your address to - firstname.lastname@example.org. She will add you to the group.
Parent-teacher interviews will be this Thursday from 4:30-8 and Friday morning from 9-12. Report cards can be picked up in the office at that time. Any report cards that are not picked up this week will go home with students on Monday.
We have received information that a number of students will be out all week, due to concerns around H1N1. We believe that the school community has taken all the necessary precautions to ensure the wellness of our students and staff. To that end, we urge students to be back in class unless they are sick. Classes will be moving ahead with new material. We will not be collecting individual homework for students as the logistics of that request is unreasonable. Students who are out sick, should be checking the website for updates regarding individual teacher homework expectations.
From his wheelchair, Kevin Brooks held the Bonar Law student body captive as he told them the story of the night that changed his life and those of many around him forever. See the pictures in our online paper http://bonarlaw.nbed.nb.ca/paper/front-page