Beaver Brae
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1400 Ninth St. N., Kenora, ON P9N 2T7
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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Day 4

At least 150,000 Canadians a year use a homeless shelter at some point.  At least 30,000 Canadians are homeless at any given night.  From all the clothing donated to the homeless shelter, socks are the least donated item.  Beaver Brae is starting a socktober event, for the remainder of October bring in a new pair of socks, the homeroom that has the most amount of socks at the end of the month will get to pick the transition songs for the next month.

Mr. Shasky is tutoring in the Library after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:30pm.

Attention intermediate boys volleyball players. Your practice after school is cancelled today.

Any boys interested in playing junior boys basketball this year are invited to a short meeting today at 11:45 in room 302.

All girls with a signed permission form for the power of a girl workshop on Friday please hand them into the main office ASAP

Spirit Club members are reminded that the next meeting will be on Tuesday in room 215 to make decorations for the halloween dance.

Any grade 11 or 12 students who are interested in peer tutoring, please see Ms. Quistberg. At the moment, we are looking for students to tutor math, but other subject area tutors are also welcome.

All high school students who are interested in helping out with the Intermediate Volleyball Tournament next Thursday, are asked to sign-up with Mr. Milko. 

There is a Canadian Red Cross Babysitting course happening this Saturday, October 21st from 9-4pm please see the poster in the office for more information.

 

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Day 3

Your Bronco court sport teams travelled to Dryden yesterday to face off against the Dryden Eagles.

In basketball action our senior girls suffered their first regular season loss with a 45-38 defeat at the hands of the Eagles. On the flip side our junior girls won their first game of the season 35-22!

The Senior boys started off strong but faultered down the stretch and lost to the Eagles 3 sets to 2.

The Jr. Boys volleyball team demonstrated their extremely technical volleyball skills, winning 3 games to zero. While staying focused Ethan Alcock led all scorers with some amazing spikes and the game winning tip. Sutton Tresoor had the hit of his life while leading the team in assists. Shaeydon Henry and Ethan Jones dominated the blocking with 8 combined blocks! 

Congratulations boys. Please come and support us at our next home game!

At least 150,000 Canadians a year use a homeless shelter at some point.  At least 30,000 Canadians are homeless at any given night.  From all the clothing donated to the homeless shelter, socks are the least donated item.  Beaver Brae is starting a socktober event, for the remainder of October bring in a new pair of socks, the homeroom that has the most amount of socks at the end of the month will get to pick the transition songs for the next month.

There will be a Bronco Cheer practice today from 11:30-12:10 in the Main Gym.

Mr. Shasky is tutoring in the Library after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:30pm.

Any boys interested in playing junior boys basketball this year are invited to a short meeting on Thursday, October 19 at 11:45 in room 302.

All girls with a signed permission form for the power of a girl workshop on Friday please hand them into the main office ASAP

Any grade 11 or 12 students who are interested in peer tutoring, please see Ms. Quistberg. At the moment, we are looking for students to tutor math, but other subject area tutors are also welcome.

All high school students who are interested in helping out with the Intermediate Volleyball Tournament next Thursday, are asked to sign-up with Mr. Milko. 

There is a Canadian Red Cross Babysitting course happening on October 21st from 9-4pm please see the poster in the office for more information.

 

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Day 2

There is tutoring in the Library after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:30pm.

There will be an important meeting today for the “Voyages show” participants, as rehearsals will be starting right away. The meeting will be at 11:30 in the music room, and take roughly 20 minutes if we start on time. Please let Mrs. McIntosh know if you are coming or not.

The Power of being a Girl Conference is happening on October 20th, please sign up in the office if you are interested in going.

Attention grade 7&8 students.  The next spirit club meeting will be today at 11:30 in room 316.

Any grade 11 or 12 students who are interested in peer tutoring, please see Ms. Quistberg. At the moment, we are looking for students to tutor math, but other subject area tutors are also welcome.

There is a Canadian Red Cross Babysitting course happening on October 21st from 9-4pm please see the poster in the office for more information.

A representative from Sudbury’s Laurentian University will be visiting BBSS during last period today to share information about their post-secondary programs to interested senior students.  If you are in grade 11 or 12 and would like to attend, please speak to your teacher to get permission.  If you have any questions about this opportunity, please come to student services.

 

Monday, October 18, 2017

Day 1

The Bronco Football team are still perfect at 6-0 going into week 7.  Strong performances by Michael Porter and Cam Belanger helped propel the Broncos to a 41-0 victory over the Tec Voc Hornets at Investors Group Field this past Friday.  It was a game full of errors with 5 Bronco turnovers in the first half.  Eventually the Broncos found their footing with scores being by Chase Neufeld, Wesley Penner, Clark Boucha, Braydan Martin and Rhett Zurkan.  The Broncos now have their record and division bragging rights on the line when they travel to Winnipeg this Friday to take on the undefeated DMCI Maroons.

The JV Broncos also had an opportunity to play in Inverstors Group Field this past Sunday when they squared off against the Dryden Falcons for their last game of the year.    The JV Broncos were able to find the end zone 3 times to Dryden’s two.  Scoring for the Broncos were CJ Loon with 2 TD’s and Luc Boucha with 1. 

All Football players are reminded to turn in their Bronco Cards to Coach Penner as soon as possible today.

Over the weekend, a donation was made to Shred Kelly for “Covers for the Cause”, and initiative to support Music therapy in Canada. Thanks to Beaver Brae students and staff for contributing to this $200 donation. Shred Kelly then responded with this Facebook message “We just received a message with your donation. Thank you so, so much! We will film the video here in Fernie within the next two weeks. Is 'Born This Way' by Lady Gaga still your choice? If so, that'll be so much fun. Thanks so much to all of the students. They are the best!”

There will be an important meeting tomorrow for the “Voyages show” participants, as rehearsals will be starting right away. The meeting will be at 11:30 in the music room, and take roughly 20 minutes if we start on time. Please let Mrs. McIntosh know if you are coming or not.

Reminder that tomorrow is a late start day.

The Power of being a Girl Conference is happening on October 20th, please sign up in the office if you are interested in going.

Attention grade 7&8 students.  The next spirit club meeting will be on Tuesday at 11:30 in room 316.

Any grade 11 or 12 students who are interested in peer tutoring, please see Ms. Quistberg. At the moment, we are looking for students to tutor math, but other subject area tutors are also welcome.

For all students enrolled in the Health and Wellness High Skills Major program there are two important events coming up so please take note.  The first is an invite to the Health and Wellness Community Event Oct 17th in the afternoon at Manidoo.  The second is the annual SHSM luncheon on Oct 23rd in Room 203.  Put these dates on your calendar and please RSVP by signing up in the office or speaking with Mrs. Bichon or Mrs. Wagenaar as soon as possible.

There is a Canadian Red Cross Babysitting course happening on October 21st from 9-4pm please see the poster in the office for more information.

A representative from Sudbury’s Laurentian University will be visiting BBSS during last period tomorrow to share information about their post-secondary programs to interested senior students.  If you are in grade 11 or 12 and would like to attend, please speak to your teacher to get permission.  If you have any questions about this opportunity, please come to student services.

 

Friday, October 20, 2017

Day 5

 

   

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