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

 

Monday, May 13, 2019

Day 1

Would the Envirothon members please meet Mrs. Wagenaar at lunchtime today in room 203 to prepare for provincials.

Kenora Minor Soccer are looking for coaches for their outdoor soccer season starting May 13. If any students require community hours and would like to coach soccer please see Sheryl Carlyle in room 218.

Triple Play is looking for students to help with their Spring BBQs, as well as with their open equipment room nights. There are MANY opportunities to gain hours over the next two months. Please see Student Services for more details.

Best wishes and safe travels to our Entrepreneurship students attending the L.E.A.D. (Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Design-Thinking) Conference at the University of Waterloo, and involving Google Workshops (Monday through Friday)!

 

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Day 2

 

All staff and students please note that due to the nature of the construction work today, the fire alarm may go off several times.  Please treat any alarm as a real alarm.  Thank you for your patience with this today.

There will be a very quick Grade 8 Toronto travel club meeting at 11:35 in room 322 to pick your roommates for the trip.

Attention all grade 9 and 10 French students who are interested in traveling to Quebec next year.  There is a meeting at lunch on Friday, May 17th in room 001.  If you cannot attend this meeting, please speak with Madame Bennett.

Triple Play is looking for students to help with their Spring BBQs, as well as with their open equipment room nights. There are MANY opportunities to gain hours over the next two months. Please see Student Services for more details.

Best wishes and safe travels to our Entrepreneurship students attending the L.E.A.D. (Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Design-Thinking) Conference at the University of Waterloo, and involving Google Workshops (Monday through Friday)!

 

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Day 3

Track and Field practice will be happening at lunch. Meet in room 318 at 11:30.

Members of the grade 8 boys club basketball team are asked to report to room 302 today at 11:30 for a short meeting.

A reminder to all students in grade 7-12 you are welcome to check out the dresses, shoes and other formal wear in the library. These items are available for any student who is looking for a special something to wear for prom and will be available for a limited time.

Outdoors Club is going fishing this week at Rabbit lake on Thursday.  The weather has warmed up and Mr. Tresoor shared his secret spots with us!  Meet in room 202 after class dressed for the weather!

Attention all grade 9 and 10 French students who are interested in traveling to Quebec next year.  There is a meeting at lunch on Friday, May 17th in room 001.  If you cannot attend this meeting, please speak with Madame Bennett.

If you chose Cooperative Education as one of your course options for next year, please see Student Services to pick up a Co-op application. These applications should be completed and submitted before the end of June.

Triple Play is looking for students to help with their Spring BBQs, as well as with their open equipment room nights. There are MANY opportunities to gain hours over the next two months. Please see Student Services for more details.

Best wishes and safe travels to our Entrepreneurship students attending the L.E.A.D. (Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Design-Thinking) Conference at the University of Waterloo, and involving Google Workshops (Monday through Friday)!

Best wishes and safe travels to the Varsity Girls’ and Boys’ Soccer teams as they compete in Week #2 of the NorWOSSA “AA” Division Soccer season in Dryden today!

  

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Day 4

Today is a Late Start Day (last one of this school year).

A reminder to all grade 9-12 students that prom tickets are available for purchase today at the top of the atrium at lunchtime today. Tickets are ten dollars each and students must be sure to have their community hours in order to attend.

A reminder to all students in grade 7-12 you are welcome to check out the dresses, shoes and other formal wear in the library. These items are available for any student who is looking for a special something to wear for prom and will be available for a limited time.

Outdoors Club is going fishing at Rabbit Lake today.  The weather has warmed up and Mr. Tresoor shared his secret spots with us!  Meet in room 202 after class dressed for the weather!

Attention all grade 9 and 10 French students who are interested in traveling to Quebec next year.  There is a meeting at lunch on Friday, May 17th in room 001.  If you cannot attend this meeting, please speak with Madame Bennett.

If you chose Cooperative Education as one of your course options for next year, please see Student Services to pick up a Co-op application. These applications should be completed and submitted before the end of June.

Triple Play is looking for students to help with their Spring BBQs, as well as with their open equipment room nights. There are MANY opportunities to gain hours over the next two months. Please see Student Services for more details.

Best wishes and safe travels to our Entrepreneurship students attending the L.E.A.D. (Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Design-Thinking) Conference at the University of Waterloo, and involving Google Workshops (Monday through Friday)!

 

 

Friday, May 17, 2019

Day 5 

 

 

Prior Daily Announcements

Week 1 September 3rd - September 7th Announcements

Week 2 September 10th to September 14th Announcements

Week 3 September 17th to Sept. 21st Announcements

Week 4 September 24th to September 28th Announcements

Week 5 October 1st to October 5th Announcements 

Week 6 October 8th to October 13th Announcements (Thanksgiving Monday)

Week 7 October 15th to October 20th Announcements

Week 8 October 22nd to October 27th Daily Announcements

Week 9 October 29th to November 2nd Daily Announcements

Week 10 November 5th to November 9th Announcements

Week 11 November 12th to November 16th Announcements

Week 12 November 19th to November 23rd Announcements

Week 13 November 26th to November 30th Daily Announcements

Week 14 December 3rd to December 7th Announcements

Week 15 December 10th to December 14th Daily Announcements

Week 16 December 17th to December 21st Announcements

Weeks 17 & 18   CHRISTMAS BREAK (December 22nd to January 6th)

Week 19 January 7th to January 11th Announcements

Week 20 January 14th to January 18th Announcements

Week 21 January 21st to January 25th Announcements

Week 22 January 28th to February 1st Announcements 

Week 23 February 4th to February 8th Announcements  (Semester 2 Begins)

Week 24 February 11th to February 15th Announcements (Family Day Monday)

Week 25 February 18th to February 22nd Announcements

Week 26 February 25th to March 1st Announcements

Week 27 March 4th to March 8th Announcements

Week 28   MARCH BREAK (March 9th to March 17th)

Week 29 March 18th to March 22nd Announcements

Week 30 March 25th to March 29th Announcements

Week 31 April 1st to April 5th Announcements

Week 32 April 8th to April 12th Announcements

Week 33 April 15th to April 19th Announcements (Good Friday)

Week 34 April 22nd to April 26th Announcements (Easter Monday)

Week 35 April 29th to May 3rd Announcements

Week 36 May 6th to May 10th Announcements

Week 37 May 13th to May 17th Announcements

Week 38 May 20th to May 24th Announcements (Victoria Day Monday)

Week 39 May 27th to May 31st Announcements (Senior Prom)

Week 40 June 3rd to June 7th Announcements 

Week 41 June 10th to June 14th Announcements 

Week 42 June 17th to June 21st Announcements

Week 43 June 24th to June 28th Announcements  (Summer Holidays Begin)

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