Respect Excellence Responsibility Date: Wednesday, March 25th, 2015 Student Bulletin This Week’s First Aid Attendant is: Day 1 Leo Zhang Alternate is: Inara Mawji (Ms. Smith) TIME LINE BIG BROTHERS TEEN MENTORS Ms.Manning Big Brother of Greater Vancouver would like to give a special thanks to the Burnaby Mountain Teen Mentors for being amazing friends and role models to the children at Stoney Creek Community School. Whether spend your time together playing sports, board games, doing crafts or just hanging out on the playground Big Brothers is grateful for your dedication to your Little Buddies and to our community. Your mentoring has a direct impact on the children in our programs, and to the future of our society as a whole. Children with mentors go on to have better relationships with their peers and adults, do better in school, gain higher self-confidence and eventually give back to the community when they are grown. Thanks to you, these children will have the tools they need to reach their full potential. It has been an incredible pleasure working with you this year. Thank you for volunteering! HEALTH AND FITNESS WEEK Ms. Demelo Congratulations to all the participants and winners from Health and Fitness Week. Over 800 students participated in the activities and we are proud to say that Burnaby Mountain has fit kids and is a healthy school. If your name is on the list below, please see Ms. Demelo in the PE office for a prize. Survival of the fittest Winner Christine Chow grade 8 2nd place Dima Lim grade 8 Mindful Meditation/ Healthy Selfie Random draw winners Valeriya Dem’yanenko Jarrod Banigan Katie harper Jinny Lee Anna Shubenak Lucy Uduboker Amber Moore Simone Lue Biaise Klein – Martial Arts Misha masek Milena Ortiz Taneisha Tait Alam Rajabali Yoga Nicki Shadman Anna Xiao Junior Gladiator Winner Jonathon Calvez Senior Gladiator Winner Justin Yang gr. 12 2nd place Mason Chong 2nd place Chan Seol gr. 12 Random draw winners for gladiators Taha Liaquat Brendan Achtem Dexter Tanchak Mar 25 MATHCHALLENGERS Ms. Fulop There will be a meeting on Wednesday March 25 at lunchtime in Room #303. Bring your calculator and lunch. Mar 25 LAW WEEK'S BARRY SULLIVAN CUP APRIL 2015 Ms. Walton Attention those students who are students who are interested in the Canadian Bar Associations Public Speaking Contest. Please return your registration forms to Ms. Walton in Room 212 before March 5, 2015. Internal selections will be determined on Wednesday March 25th at lunch in Room 212. All students will be required to present their speeches to the panel of judges. Please ensure your speeches are written and rehearsed prior to March 25.... Good luck and see you then, Apr 2 Due Date STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT APPLICATIONS: Mr. Rolph Are you interested in running to be next year’s student council president? If so, applications are available from Mr. Rolph in room 213 beginning Wednesday March 4. Completed applications must be handed in by April 2. Apr 2 Due Date Grade 12 Valedictorian Mr. Morton Any grade 12 students interested in being Valedictorian, please pick up a nomination package starting on Tuesday March 3rd in the office. Completed copies are due in the office on Thursday April 2nd at 3:00pm sharp!! Apr 16 TRIVIA NIGHT Come out to Burnaby Mountain’s Annual Trivia Night on Thursday April 16th at 7pm in Gym 1. Form teams of up to five people for your chance to win great prizes! Forms can be picked up and dropped off in room 320. The team entrance fee of $25 can be paid on the night of the event. All proceeds go toward building a well in rural China. Apr 22-24 ONCE UPON A MATTRESS Ms. Rudolp In a little while, just a little while, Once Upon a Mattress will come to the Michael J Fox theatre between April 22-24th. Get your tickets soon! We are selling them outside the drama room at lunch. Tickets are $15 for students and $20 for adults. Matinee tickets for the 22nd are only $10; if you want to go, pick up a form at the table to get them signed by your teachers. ABORIGINAL HOMEWORK HELP! Ms. Corewyn Need help with your homework? Having trouble with a course? Come get help with your school work at lunch time, Monday – Friday in the Career Centre. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ SCHOOL GOALS: GOAL #1 Literacy: to improve students’ reading for comprehension with a focus on finding the main ideas and note-making at the Grade 8 and 9 levels. GOAL #2 Healthy Living: to increase student awareness, understanding, and practice of healthy living.
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