The BHS Bully Buster group held activities during break this morning to support Pink Shirt Day. To find out more about Pink Shirt Day, its beginnings and other initiatives, please visit https://www.pinkshirtday.ca/
The students of BHS have already had a hugely successful run of their variety show for the entire student population before Christmas. In fact, it was SO huge, that we decided to put on a public show as well so no one misses out on this amazing talent. Spread the word that Thursday Feb. 15, 2018 is the day and the time is 6:30pm at the BHS Theatre. You won't be disappointed! And guess what?
PLEASE NOTE: We are going to extend exams until Monday. Therefore, here is the updated exam schedule. Thursday - AM - Period C exam Thursday - PM - Period B exam Friday - AM - Period E exam Monday - AM - Period F exam
Exam week is just around the corner. Students have been busy this week finishing final projects and preparing for their final exams. Exams begin promptly at 9am. Students should arrive early as the exam rooms open at 8:45. Once students are done their exams (earliest 10:30am) they are free to leave school. Buses will pick up students as usual 3:15pm. In the event of a snowday, the missed exam will be written on the following day in afternoon. A voicemail will be sent home if this happens. Good luck on your exams!
The Vocal Class of BHS is putting on a small singing concert of various music including solos, duets, small groups and a grande finale of the entire class. Please join us on Tuesday Jan. 16 at 6:30pm in the Gwendolyn Kent Auditorium. Donations will be accepted at the door with 100% of proceeds going to the Bathurst SPCA!
BHS is collecting donations for the Spirit of Christmas initiative. Grade 9 and 10 students are asked to bring in pasta, 11 and 12 students facial tissue. Donatiosn can be placed in boxes in students' block A classes. Thank you!
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Lynne Melanson, a French Immersion Teacher who taught at both Superior Middle School and most recently at Bathurst High School. She was affectionately known to her students as Mme. Lynne. With her contagious “Joie de Vivre,” she brought love and passion for the French culture to her classroom each day with the help of Astérix and Obélix. She left a profound mark on BHS and will be greatly missed.