All photos by Stuart White.
All photos by Stuart White.
Our Unit 5 math test is scheduled for Wednesday, April 16th. We unfortunately cannot hold a parent math session for this unit, but hope to continue this offering for Unit 6 after the Easter break. A review sheet with solutions covering all major outcomes of unit 5 is attached for your convenience. Please take the time to ensure your son/daughter has reviewed and practiced all essential material.
Thank you for your continued support.
This Friday, April 11, students from BJH will have the chance to attend the kickoff of Free the Children’s “We Create Change” national tour at the Holy Heart Theatre. This event will be webcast live from 11:30 to 1:30 local time if you would like to tune in!
[ http://www.cdli.ca/wcc ]http://www.cdli.ca/wcc
Congratulations to the Grade 9 Girls’ Basketball team for their gold medal performance in the NLBA Grade 10A Girls Championships held April 4 – 6 in Mobile. The team went undefeated playing Mobile, Holy Heart, Gonzaga & Booth along the way, before defeating Mobile in the championship game.
Members of the team for this weekend included:
Front Row: Kristen Jenkins, Kate Hookey, Kaleigh Sellars, Kelsey Crocker and Sarah Janes.
Back Row: Brent Sellars (coach), Gabrielle Roche, Katie Caravan, Ava Provencher, Beth Tremblett, Olivia Penney, Sydney Walsh, Sarah Tracey, Daria Hutton, Rebecca Taylor, and Jane Kelsey (coach), and Stephanie Hutton, Manager.
This was the final tournament for the year, capping off an outstanding season which included championship wins in the following:
Students who signed up for skiing/snowboarding were issued refunds today
All of the practice and hard work in preparation for BJH’s “A Night a the Grammys” Cabaret 2014 came to a head this past Friday. Those in attendance were treated to stellar performances on stage, as well as behind the scenes, including stage, lighting and sound crews. Teachers pitched in admirably, taking care of the silent auction, looking after refreshments, taking tickets, setting up decorations, arranging the meal, organizing dessert auction, providing supervision of students, emceeing the evening, greeting guests, taking payments at the office, selling tickets and cleaning up at the end of the night. And who can forget coat check!
A big thank you to the caterer, Rod Forward & his crew for putting together a well-received meal, delivering it hot to the table.
Aside from staff and students, there were a few other notable winners:
Congratulations to all performers and thank you to everyone, including staff, parents and friends, who came out to see BJH at its best. Till next year!
The curtain will rise tomorrow evening, with doors opening at 5:30 for viewing of auction items. So put on your suit or slip into your dress, and come out for a great night of entertainment, food, silent auction and good cheer.
Download list of auction items up for grabs at this year’s event: Silent Auction Items, Cabaret 2014
The BJH Grade 8A Girls Basketball team went undefeated during the season, winning 3 banners along the way. The girls won their final banner of the year taking home the City League championship.
Back Row (left to right): Brian McShane (assistant coach), Morgan Wiseman, Kathleen Conran, Hope Greeley, Leah Percy, Lesley Marsh, Sarah Morris, Jillian Power, Olivia Costello, Gabrielle Roche, Annabelle Caul, and Tracy Roche (coach)
Front Row(left to right):Jenna Dalton, Kristen Jenkins, Frances Winsor, Kaitlyn Edwards, Aliyah Connors-Flynn, and Erica McShane.
Missing from photo: Daniella Mackey, Alison Walsh, and Aubree Lambe