Beaver Brae
Public School
1400 Ninth St. N., Kenora, ON P9N 2T7
Phone: (807) 468-6401 Fax: (807) 468-3628
Tracey Benoit, Principal
Lisa Achilles-Belanger, Vice-Principal
Dave Tresoor, Vice-Principal
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Daily Announcements
Daily Announcements

Monday, April 16, 2018

Day 1

Grade 7/8 choir! Passaggio (pah-sah-jee-oh)! Are you listening? You have been selected to perform at the Festival Hi-Lites concert on April 28th! Please come to the music room at lunch today for a home note and more information about it. Congratulations!

The coffee house list is full, but we are adding two more spots. You have until Wednesday to make your final decision!

If you are looking for a summer job and you were born between 2000-2002, you could be a Stewardship Youth Ranger please see poster and information in the office.

Spain and France Easter 2019.  The Beaver Brae Travel Club, Mrs. Pitre, Mr. Penner, Mrs. Hyslop and Mr. Sparkman would like to invite all students in grades 8 through 12 to come to a trip information meeting on Tuesday April 17th, in room 218 at 11:45 regarding next year’s travel club trip to France and Spain.

Any students needing volunteer hours, the Alzheimer’s Society is looking for you! They need servers for their “Taste of Kenora” dinner on May 26th. Please contact Ms. England, Ms. Fregeau or Ms. Quistberg for additional information.

Seven Gens will be hosting a hiring fair on Monday May 7th, from noon to 6pm. If you are looking for a summer job, this day is for you! Local employers will be on hand to accept resumes and help students complete job applications. If you are interested in attending, please see Student Services to sign up. If there is a lot of student interest, BB will provide the transportation. Deadline to sign up is FRIDAY April 20th.

  

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Day 2

REACH for the TOP practice at lunchtime in room 305.  All are invited to join us.

The coffee house list is full, but we are adding two more spots. You have until Wednesday to make your final decision!

Today is the final opportunity for badminton players to order a team hoodie; please see Ms. Quistberg or Darth Jutila in student services this morning to get one reserved!

Spain and France Easter 2019.  The Beaver Brae Travel Club, Mrs. Pitre, Mr. Penner, Mrs. Hyslop and Mr. Sparkman would like to invite all students in grades 8 through 12 to come to a trip information meeting today in room 218 at 11:45 regarding next year’s travel club trip to France and Spain.

Students going on the Quebec Trip are reminded of their mandatory meeting on Thursday, April 19th at 6 pm in room 001.  Please visit the Google Classroom for more details about the meeting, or go see Mme Bennett.

Any students needing volunteer hours, the Alzheimer’s Society is looking for you! They need servers for their “Taste of Kenora” dinner on May 26th. Please contact Ms. England, Ms. Fregeau or Ms. Quistberg for additional information.

Seven Gens will be hosting a hiring fair on Monday May 7th, from noon to 6pm. If you are looking for a summer job, this day is for you! Local employers will be on hand to accept resumes and help students complete job applications. If you are interested in attending, please see Student Services to sign up. If there is a lot of student interest, BB will provide the transportation. Deadline to sign up is FRIDAY April 20th.

If you are looking for a summer job and you were born between 2000-2002, you could be a Stewardship Youth Ranger please see poster and information in the office.  The deadline is April 27th.

 

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Day 3

Please congratulate Leigha Nault and Leah Snow.

The girls competed and have placed as the top 20 finalists in the Young Entrepreneurs Make Your Pitch Contest!  They will be travelling to Toronto the week of April 29 to present their Pitches in the finals for Ontario. Good luck girls!

Ms. Kivisto’s wellness academy will meet in room 322 today during last period.

The coffee house list is full, but we are adding two more spots. You have until today to make your final decision!

Students going on the Quebec Trip are reminded of their mandatory meeting tomorrow, April 19th at 6 pm in room 001.  Please visit the Google Classroom for more details about the meeting, or go see Mme Bennett.

Any students needing volunteer hours, the Alzheimer’s Society is looking for you! They need servers for their “Taste of Kenora” dinner on May 26th. Please contact Ms. England, Ms. Fregeau or Ms. Quistberg for additional information.

Seven Gens will be hosting a hiring fair on Monday May 7th, from noon to 6pm. If you are looking for a summer job, this day is for you! Local employers will be on hand to accept resumes and help students complete job applications. If you are interested in attending, please see Student Services to sign up. If there is a lot of student interest, BB will provide the transportation. Deadline to sign up is FRIDAY April 20th.

If you are looking for a summer job and you were born between 2000-2002, you could be a Stewardship Youth Ranger please see poster and information in the office.  The deadline is April 27th.

 

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Day 4

Your Bronco Junior and Senior Badminton teams competed in the NORWOSSA tournament yesterday, flooding the Sioux Lookout courts in purple and white.  Everyone performed well, putting in a solid effort in a very competitive field, finishing in the top six among players from eleven Northwestern Ontario high schools.  Congratulations go to Ethan Alcock and Sutton Tresoor for wining a silver medal in the junior boys doubles division, and qualifying for the NWOSSAA tourney being played in Thunder Bay next week.  In honour of their achievement, tonight’s practice has been dubbed “Ethan and Sutton versus the Galaxy”, and everyone is invited to practice from 5:00 – 6:30 to battle these young Jedi as they prepare for next Wednesday.  Congratulations to all badminton players on a solid season. 

Students going on the Quebec Trip are reminded of their mandatory meeting tonight at 6 pm in room 001.  Please visit the Google Classroom for more details about the meeting, or go see Mme Bennett.

A reminder for Gr. 8 boys and girls soccer players- your first practice is today in the Main Gym from 3:30-4:45

Any staff or students interested in getting a haircut or a trim during period C, is to come to room 206 today or tomorrow at lunch, for a consultation with Mrs. Gander and to set up an appointment.

Any students needing volunteer hours, the Alzheimer’s Society is looking for you! They need servers for their “Taste of Kenora” dinner on May 26th. Please contact Ms. England, Ms. Fregeau or Ms. Quistberg for additional information.

Seven Gens will be hosting a hiring fair on Monday May 7th, from noon to 6pm. If you are looking for a summer job, this day is for you! Local employers will be on hand to accept resumes and help students complete job applications. If you are interested in attending, please see Student Services to sign up. If there is a lot of student interest, BB will provide the transportation. Deadline to sign up is FRIDAY April 20th.

If you are looking for a summer job and you were born between 2000-2002, you could be a Stewardship Youth Ranger please see poster and information in the office.  The deadline is April 27th.

The Lake of the Woods Art Community is looking for student volunteers to help us put on a fundraising social at the Kenora Museum. We are raising funds for the construction of a new art gallery that will provide exhibit space for local artists and bring national exhibits to our city.  Students are needed from 4:30 until 10:30 on Saturday April 21. A light meal will be provided. There will be live entertainment and three artists painting on site. If you need volunteer hours or not, we need you. If interested, please leave your name and contact info in the office.

 

Friday, April 20, 2018

Day 5 

 

There will be a short meeting for the Grade 7 and 8 students who are going to Monday's leadership conference in Winnipeg during lunch today. Please meet in Room 321 at 12:00.

 

Ms. Kings tumbling class is on today at 11:30 in the big gym.

 

Any staff or students interested in getting a haircut or a trim during period C, is to come to room 206 today at lunch, for a consultation with Mrs. Gander and to set up an appointment.

 

Any students needing volunteer hours, the Alzheimer’s Society is looking for you! They need servers for their “Taste of Kenora” dinner on May 26th. Please contact Ms. England, Ms. Fregeau or Ms. Quistberg for additional information.

 

Seven Gens will be hosting a hiring fair on Monday May 7th, from noon to 6pm. If you are looking for a summer job, this day is for you! Local employers will be on hand to accept resumes and help students complete job applications. If you are interested in attending, please see Student Services to sign up. If there is a lot of student interest, BB will provide the transportation. Deadline to sign up is TODAY.

 

If you are looking for a summer job and you were born between 2000-2002, you could be a Stewardship Youth Ranger please see poster and information in the office.  The deadline is April 27th.

 

 

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