This Friday during period three we will turn off the lights and all the electronic we can manage to draw attention to climate change.The BLMS Green Team and Environmental Science class are inviting all BLMS students and staff to participate in our first earth hour. This is part of an international event which will be held March 19th from 8:30-9:30 p.m. Be part of the change! https://www.earthhour.org/
As part of our school's wellness initiatives we were very pleased to have Nicole Hebert Lebanc from Soul Phychology present to our grade 12 students. Nicole is a Psychologist from our area and had some wonderful relaxation techniques, she discussed mindfulness and stress managment with our graduates and really got them thinking about what they can do to lessen their anxieties. Our students enjoyed the presentation and took home some great tips and ideas to help them de-stress and relax a bit! With graduation just around the corner this was a great time to introduce our grads to Nicole!
Teens Against Tobacco Use is a peer led group at BLMS and recently launched their official logo and held an activity at noon to promote education on the harmful effects of the misuse of tobacco and tobacco products. We would like to thank the Department of Social Development, Wellness Branch for their generous grant opportunities.
BLMS Teen's Against Drinking and Driving did an awareness campaign last week to draw the attention to the number of Canadians killed in impaired driving crashes - including boats, ATV's, snowmobiles and cars.
NB Teens Apprenticeship program applications until March 31, 2016! If you are in grade 10 or 11 and looking to work in a skilled trade see Mrs. Pitre in Guidance for more information or go to www.nbtap.ca and check out all the information...
A SAFETALK Workshop is being offered for "FREE" on Tuesday, February 23rd, 6-9pm at BLMS. Participants can register by calling 523-2065 and leaving their name and number. Any student 15yrs of age or over who would like to attend please see guidance, Ms. J Hudson or Mrs Warman. Participants will learn to recognize when someone may have thoughts of suicide and to respond in ways that link them with futher suicide intervention help. All participants receive a certificate of participation.
BlMS' world issues class raised $2709.05 to donate to the Multicultural Association to help Syrian refugees start their new lives here in Canada. Students created a Christmas card, crafts, a fair, bake sales, PJ Day and Jerzy day help raise money. Thank you to the community that supported this worthy cause!