Math Help – on Youtube!

Didn’t quite get that lesson in math class? Check out the NLESD Math Development Youtube Channel.

BJH Strikes Gold in Volleyball, Again!

Congratulations to the Grade 8 girls volleyball team who won Gold (Tier 2) at the NLESD tournament this weekend!  The girls defeated St. Paul’s in the championship game and brought home the gold. Way to go SAXONS!


Cabaret Dance Auditions Lunchtime Tomorrow

Dance auditions for Cabaret are tomorrow (Monday Jan 26) at lunch in the LRC!


BJH Delayed Opening – Jan. 23

School will open at 10:00am. Bus runs will begin at 9:30am.

NLESD Volleyball Champs!

Congratulations to the grade 9 girls volleyball team who won the NLESD tournament on the weekend. The girls defeated Holy Trinity in the Final. Nicely done Saxons!!!

Grade 8 Girls B-Ball Champs

The grade 8 girls basketball team participated in an invitational tournament at Holy Cross Junior High on January 2nd-3rd. There were 6 teams total and most teams consisted of grade 8 and grade 9 students. The Saxons had no losses the entire tournament and won gold. Way to go Saxons!


winning smiles

January Band Schedule

Download: Band Jan 2015

Global Club – “We are Rafikis!”

The Global Club is kicking off 2015 with a brand-new fundraiser for Free the Children called “We are Rafikis!” These chains are available at a cost of $10 each. Sound expensive? The Rafikis (the Swahili word for “friend”) can be used as necklaces, bracelets, hairbands etc. Moreover, each is handmade with glass beads by a Kenyan artisan who is helping provide for her family. Each chain comes with an individual tracking code so you can see exactly what your money is going towards.

Consider one for yourself or a friend today- email for more details or to order.


Saxons Take Invitational Gold

Congratulations to the grade 9 girls volleyball team who won gold this weekend hosting the BJH invitational tournament. Way to go Saxons!


Parents/ Guardians of Students in Grade 8:

As part of “Safe and Caring Schools” initiatives developed under our School Development plan, we are pleased to partner with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary in helping deliver their S.T.R.I.V.E. program in the coming weeks.

S.T.R.I.V.E (Students Taking Responsibility In Violence Education)

The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary S.T.R.I.V.E program has been designed to provide information on youth violence with a focus on empowering students to create safe environments within their schools and communities . The program aims to focus on respect, responsibility, empowerment and action for individuals. Where there is respect and responsibility, it is hoped that empowerment and action against youth violence will follow.

Thank you once again for your continued support of our learning community.

Edward A. Connolly, Principal

Download Official Letter STRIVE program


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