Thanks to Sobeys, Bathurst High School students will be supported with gift cards to purchasing healthy breakfast items for the “Kitchen Door Breakfast Program” that enables the students at the school to have a healthy breakfast to start their day.
Showing left to Right Audrey Ronalds, community Engagement Coordinator Anglophone North School District, Norma BHS Teacher Supervisor for Breakfast and Dan Lane, Store Manager.
Would you like to contribute to the future of your community and your country? Are you interested in decision-making and politics? Forum for Young Canadians offers a fun and exciting opportunity to meet other engaged students. Take part in an incredible week behind the scenes of the world of federal politics on Parliament Hill. For nine months, Forum will support you in your effort to make a difference. You will learn to communicate, collaborate and transform your ideas into meaningful community action. Find below some of the exciting activities that take place during the sessions.
Atlantic Education International is offering New Brunswick High School students the opportunity to travel abroad to China during from July 5th-22nd, 2017. For more information about this program or to apply, visit http://www.aei-inc.ca/summer-camp. Applications are due by December 12th, 2016. Hurry and apply now to have your chance to see China.
BHS Music students are donating 36 shoeboxes filled with joy for less fortunate children all over the world. The shoebox initiative is run by Samaritan's Purse, an organization that delivers tens of thousands of boxes to many different countries in time for Christmas. These gracious students volunteered to fill one or more boxes this year. This BHS Music Dept. humanitarian effort started last year and participation more than doubled this year! We hope it continues to grow to include even more students and staff as years go by.
SHAD is seeking high achieving students interested in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) with incredible intellect, drive, initiative and creativity, who are seeking an enrichment experience. Grades 10, 11 & 12 students can apply for the SHAD 2017 program.
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.