First Nations Students interested in applying to University of New Brunswick are invited to attend "Open House and Tour UNB" day , on Monday, February 8, 2010, from 9:00 - 2:00pm. Gather at Mi'kmaq-Maliseet Institute UNB - Marshall D'Avray - 10 Mackay Drive. Room 331 (A) (B)
Only the English Provincial Writing Assessment will be held on Friday, January 22nd. The Reading assessment has been rescheduled for March. Classes will continue as usual next Thursday. All grade 9's will be writing on this date as well as any other students who have not yet been successful in passing the writing portion of the exam. Successful completion of this assessment is required for graduation.
Are you looking for a "life altering experience?" The ACYL is hosting a 4 day, funfilled Co-operative Youth Leadership seminar in Prince Edward Island, April 15-18th, 2010. Are you a memeber of a Credit Union or Co-op? To find out more information on ACYL and to register for the seminar, go to http://acyl.coop/english/know
Click on the image to enlarge and see the updated exam schedule. Please take time to review the exam policy below.
1. Teachers will review this policy with students prior to the beginning of the exam schedule.
2. Students will be notified of a list of materials required for each exam. No other materials will be permitted in the exam room.
3. Teachers supervising exams may make spot checks of materials to make sure that no unauthorized materials are being brought in.
This is a reminder to potential graduates that your grad fee - $125.00 is due. Prom and other graduation ceremony materials can not be ordered until fees are paid, so we ask that you take care of this matter as quickly as possible. Installment plans are acceptable ... please see the Principal or Vice-Principal to arrange for your payment.
The provincial English assessment will be held on January 21st and 22nd in both the morning and afternoon. All grade 9 students will need to write this assessment as well as any students in grade 10, 11 and 12 who have not yet been successful in this exam. An acceptable mark on this assessment is a requirement for graduation. Reading - Thursday; Writing - Friday.
We are happy to advise you that Bianca Arsenault was the winner of the Christmas turkey. Her daughter Shanayah, a Grade 9 student, also received a gift card from Subway, for returning the ballot in time for the draw. Happy holidays to the Arsenaults!
Many thanks to the students and staff who gave so generously to the BLMS Food Drive. With a few of Santa's helpers over 1200 items were delivered to Nicole Thompson and her staff at the Food Bank on behalf of Bonar Law Memorial and Rexton Elementary.
Three of our alumni from BLMS at the Beaverbrook Scholars dinner with Dr. H.E.A. Campbell, President and Vice-Chancellor of UNB. Pictured left to right: Kristina Rodgers (Class of 2006), Michael Lawson (Class of 2008), Dr. Campbell and Carolyn Wilson (Class of 2007).