BHS student council collected non-perishable food items at the door of last night's Spooky Soiree Halloween dance. Members of the SRC (Magela Van der Pluijm, Kaitlin Oliver, Will Morrison and Daniela Kalenda) delivered over 250 food items to the Bathurst Volunteer Center today. A big thank you to the student body for all their support.
Our Spooky Soiree dance will be help this coming Thursday, October 27th from 8-11pm. Students are encouraged to bring 2 non-perishable food items with them for donation. Entrance fee is $3 with 2 non-perishable food items and $5 without.
Bathurst High School students took part in a training exercise with the Bathurst Fire Department on the evening of October 18th. Chris Gray (assistant trainer), Mathew Scott (assistant trainer), Marc Robichaud (assistant trainer) and Greg West (trainer) at the fire department, coordinated with BHS students in re-enacting a 1977 Saint John jail fire. The re-enactment was part of a training scenario for the Bathurst Fire Department firefighters. Participants from the Bathurst Police Department and paramedics from the area were also on hand to take part in the event.
Loran Scholarship applications due date is fast approaching. All applications must be to Mr. Shain MacDonald by Tuesday, October 18th, 2016. Don't miss out. There is serious financial gain for winners.
Grade 9 students were on hand last night for our 12th annual Commencement Ceremony. This ceremony officially welcomes the graduates of 2020 to BHS. Mr. Craig Caldwell (Director of Schools) was on hand to offer some valuable advice to the newcomers as they begin this venture. Thank you to all the parents, families and friends that attended.
Tonight grade nine students will be formally welcomed to Bathurst High School through their commencement ceremony. Parents, relatives and friends are invited to attend this event beginning at 6pm. We hope to see you there.