The New Brunswick Teen Apprentice Program (NBTAP) is recruiting Grade 10 and 11 students for Summer 2017 skilled trade pre-apprentice work opportunities with employers throughout New Brunswick. Applications will be accepted from February 1 to March 17. Check out http://www.nbtap.ca/students for more information about the program and potential work placements available in your region.
NBCC has begun posting seat availability online for the upcoming September 2017 intake. Check often as availability will be updated weekly.
They are also still accepting applications to waitlisted programs. There is usually a lot of movement on waitlists, especially over the summer when students finalize their plans. Waitlisted applicants who are not offered a seat in September will automatically be transferred to next academic year for the same program/location.
Semester one exams are now complete and teachers are preparing for semester two courses. Students will be back in session on Wednesday. They will meet with their homeroom teachers to receive their report cards and then will head directly to their semester two classes. We look forward to a successful second semester for all students.
We are watching a weather system that will be moving into our region Tuesday night, into Wednesday. In the event of school cancellation Wednesday, the exam schedule will change slightly. If period C exams cannot be written on Wednesday, we will follow the schedule below.
Thursday 8:45am - Period E Exam
**Thursday 12:30pm - Period C Exam
Friday 9:00am - Period F Exam
**Please note that this change will only be implemented if we have school closures on Wednesday. Otherwise, Period C Exams will be written at 9am on Wednesday, January 25th.
We are nearing the end of the first semester here at BHS. Students will begin reviewing and preparing for their exams thisds week. Exams will be held from 9-11am Monday to Friday during the week of January 23rd - 27th. We wish all of our students the best of luck on all of their exams.
Bathurst High School students have outdone themself in support of the Spirit of Christmas. BHS was aiming to collect 200 boxes of Kleenex and additional boxes of hot chocolate. The finally tally today revealed that 374 Kleenex boxes an 63 boxes of hot chocolate were collected. The Spirit of Christmas sends along a big thank you to all who made this possible.
BHS is once again collecting for the Spirit of Christmas to help those in need in our community. Students at BHS have been bringing in boxes of hot chocolate and boxes of tissues (Kleenex). There are still a few days left to collect. If you can help support this cause donations can be sent in with students or dropped off at the main office.
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.