Two semesters and a whole lot of teamwork has gone into building this all new gazebo for our park. We'd like to extend a big thank you to all of the students and staff who had a part in its construction. Specifically we would like to mention the hard work put in by the Framing and Sheathing classes from both first and second semesters.
Tune in this Friday at 3pm to watch the graduation of Bathurst High School's class of 2017. The live feed is available once again for those who cannot attend the ceremony in person. You will also be able to watch the prom processional a few hours later.
Bathurst High School held it's annual Activity Awards night this evening in the Gwendolyn Kent Auditorium. The evening celebrated the accomplishments of students in the arts, music, sports as well as other school clubs and groups. Pictured above are Major Award winners of the year. From left to right: Jasmine Foran (Female Athlete of the Year), Vasili Osipau (Phantom Award), Joshua Losier (Visual Artist of the Year), Kaylee Gauthier (Performing Artist of the Year and Phantom Award), and Shawn Hachey (Male Athlete of the Year, Phantom Pride and Phantom Award).
Activity awards are being given out tonight in the Gwendolyn Kent Auditorium beginning at 6pm. Students who participated in sports, music or other groups and commitees are encouraged to attend this event to help celebrate the accomplishments and dedication of the students of Bathurst High School during the 2016-17 school year. Parents and friends are also welcome to the event. Come on out and support those who give it their all.
The Bathurst High School Phantoms Racing Team competed at the New Brunswick High School Challenge this past weekend. Drivers Dakota Card (car) and Shelby Scott (truck) put in some impressive runs down the track. Dakota ran 5 successful rounds and Shelby 6 rounds before both were eliminated for driving a little too fast. Dakota did come home with the plaque for being closest to the dial-in time posted on the car. It should also be noted that Jordan Coombs made his inaugural trip down the track posting a time and speed as fast as anyone else.
On Saturday, May 6th several BHS students participated in the 2017 French Second Language Public Speaking competition held in Moncton, NB. Congratulations to grade 11 student, Magela Van der Pluijm, who came in 2nd place in the grade 11/12 Post-Intensive French category. Her speech was entitled "Une Fausse Connexion" and she competed against 5 other students from around New Brunswick. Her 2nd place finish also secured her a $1500 scholarship if she chooses to study at U de M in the future. Congratulations to all who participated at the District and Provincial level.