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Please help support the Life Skills Class at BDHS!http://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/421Please help support the Life Skills Class at BDHS!<p>​Once again we are running the Cardinal Northern Mini-Putt Adventure fundraiser.  Go for a round of mini-putt in the month of May, mention you are supporting BDHS, and half of the proceeds will come back to our Lifeskills classroom.  <a href="/PublishingImages/Lists/LocalNews/AllItems/CGC.pdf"><img class="ms-asset-icon ms-rtePosition-4" src="/_layouts/15/images/icpdf.png" alt="" />CGC.pdf</a></p>
May 26th Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/433May 26th Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li>Attention all BUCS it is time to recognize the great players, the thrilling come backs, the incredible goals, and the heart stopping defence - Thursday June 8 is about you, your team, your coaches and your moments. Athletic Banquet dinner and awards lets reflect and celebrate. Tickets sold in front foyer at lunch for $2.</li><li>BDHS please congratulate the girls soccer team.  For the second year in a row the girls made it to the GBSSA finals.  Yesterday, despite the rain, the lady BUCS defeated St Petes in a thrilling shoot out in the semi finals.  Unfortunately, the girls fell short in the finals falling to Banting 4-3.  Many thanks to the grade 12s who played in their last game yesterday as a BUC.  Angelica Covello, Emma Kuzmyk, Emily Hardman and Kate Turner have been with the team since they started at BDHS and were leaders both on and off the field.  Thank you to all members as you all contributed to getting the team to finals.  The coaches could not be prouder of all the effort everyone showed all season.  Way to go BUCS!</li><li>We're going to OFSAA!   Despite the hurricane like conditions yesterday, the BDHS track and field team have triumphed. Alexa Geertsema jumped through the raindrops and finished 4th in midget girls triple jump and will be competing at OFSAA in Belleville next week. To keep her company, the midget girls relay team will be joining her as they also qualified in 4th place.  Team members include Kayla Hueglin, Olivia Vernon, Alexa Geertsema and Amanda Hornick. More athletes are competing at regionals today so stay tuned for more amazing Bradford track news. Teachers, please excuse the members of the team at 8:45 this morning.</li><li>Any golf players who qualified for GBs are to meet today outside the library at the beginning of lunch to pick up an information package.  Golfers, lunch, library, today.</li></ol>
May 25th Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/432May 25th Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li>Attention all BUCS, it is time to recognize the great players, the thrilling come backs, the incredible goals, and the heart stopping defence – Thursday, June 8 is about you, your team, your coaches and your moments. Athletic Banquet dinner and awards lets reflect and celebrate. Tickets sold in front foyer at lunch for $2.</li><li>Could teachers please excuse members of the track and field team heading to OFSAA Regionals this morning at 8:45am. Athletes are to meet in the front foyer.</li><li>Summer is a great time to get those volunteer hours done! And Bradford West Gwillimbury's Event Division is always looking for volunteers for RibFest, CarrotFest, the Farmer's Market and a variety of other events. If you are interested, you need to attend a training session on June 22. Don't miss out. Register online. See the poster on the volunteer board.</li><li>Can all students who are volunteering in the math olympics on Friday please go to room 238 at the beginning of lunch today for a brief meeting.</li><li>Hey BDHS, Remember to help support the Life Skills room by going for a round of mini putt at Cardinal's Northern Adventure.  Come and play anytime during the month of May and half of the admission you pay comes back to the Life Skills Room.  A big thank-you from Jason, Alec, Anthony and Kyle.</li></ol>
May 24th Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/431May 24th Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li>The lady BUCS soccer team came up short at yesterday's SCAA finals against Banting.   The ladies faught hard with a short bench and ended up losing 4-1.   The girls hope to rebound tomorrow at the GBSSA finals.  All team members are reminded of a brief meeting today at start of lunch in room 173.</li><li>Attention all BUCS it is time to recognize the great players, the thrilling come backs, the incredible goals, and the heart stopping defence - Thursday June 8 is about you, your team, your coaches and your moments. Athletic Banquet dinner and awards lets reflect and celebrate. Tickets sold in front foyer at lunch for $2.</li><li>Maybe we don't have the perfect summer weather to go to the beach, but who says we can't bring the beach to BDHS? That's right, today is beach day! Come down to the stage to play around with a volleyball, play plinko or join us outside for some chalk and bubbles. We're nearing the end of the school year, so show some spirit to end off our great year with some extra house points!</li><li>Are you interested in becoming a key player in making school events happen? Student Council is still looking for people to fill the following positions next year: C house rep, external rep, grade 12 rep, school senate and student senate. If interested, go see Mrs Brake. It is a great way to get involved and have influence in your school!</li><li>Hey BDHS, Remember to help support the Life Skills room by going for a round of mini putt at Cardinal's Northern Adventure.  Come and play anytime during the month of May and half of the admission you pay comes back to the Life Skills Room.  A big thank-you from Jason, Alec, Anthony and Kyle.</li></ol>
May 23rd Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/430May 23rd Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li>Youth Impact group will meet tomorrow instead of today in room 122 during lunch.</li><li>Will any students who are interested in joining the outdoor spring camping trip please come to a meeting today in the small gym with Mr. Charles at the start of lunch time.  We will really have the paperwork that needs to be filled out and handed back if students wish to participate in this event.  There will be a limited number of spots which will be first come first serve.  Again that was the small gym at lunch time today for paperwork for the outdoor camping trip.</li><li>Hey Bucs!  Ready to embrace the summer weather? Well, tomorrow's spirit event is "Beach Day", so you can dress up in your favourite summer or beach attire including Hawaiian shirts and floaties! We will also be hosting beach themed games such as beach ball, plinko, and chalk and bubbles outside the school. Please keep in mind though, that school dress code still applies, so no bikini's or speedos. Most of all, don't forget to bring your school spirit and to have some fun to kick off the summer season!</li><li>Those interested in getting a student council position outside of cabinet should remember that the deadline to get any necessary paperwork in to Mrs. Brake is today.</li><li>The Lady BUCS soccer team is playing in the SCAA finals today at Banting for the championship.  BDHS, please wish the talented squad all the best as they fight for win.  Teachers, please dismiss the team at 1:25.  </li><li>Attention all BUCS, it is time to recognize the great players, the thrilling come backs, the incredible goals, and the heart stopping defence – Thursday, June 8 is about you, your team, your coaches and your moments. Athletic Banquet dinner and awards lets reflect and celebrate. Tickets sold in front foyer at lunch for $2.</li><li>Last call for any Students thinking of taking Co-op next semester at Southlake Hospital in Newmarket:  There is a very strict application deadline to get everything handed in, so you need to come to the Co-op office as soon as possible!  There are incredible opportunities from customer service to plumbing and electrical trades to medical placements.  If you miss the application deadline, there is no second chances or extra time allowed.  See you soon in the Co-op office! </li><li>Attention:   Ms. Robertson, Mrs. Tremblay, Mr. Laybolt, Mr. Cavill, Mr. Cino, and Mr. Liotine.   Please have your classes attend the Learning Commons right at the beginning of the periods that you are scheduled for the Guest Speaker on Aviation. </li><li>Could the following students please come to guidance after the announcements:  Heather McNeil, Caitlyn McConnery, Griffin Edwards, Lara de Vries, Selena Si Tau</li></ol>
May 19th Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/429May 19th Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li>Attention grades 9 to 11! Are you interested in getting more involved at school? Then sign up for student council next year! It's a great opportunity to meet new people, gain valuable experience, and truly make a difference in the BDHS community. The deadline to sign up is next week, so get your forms in ASAP! Open positions include: Internal PR rep, External PR rep, Student Senate, School Council rep, House reps, and Grade reps. If you're interested in any of these positions, see Mrs. Brake in guidance for paperwork and more information. </li><li>Hey BDHS! Another spirit day is coming up! On Wednesday, May 24th, student council will be kicking off the summer season by hosting "Beach Day"! Dress up in all your best beach related attire and come down to the foyer to play beach ball with you friends, and some other beach-themed games! Council will also be outside the school handing out chalk and bubbles for some more summer fun. But this is still a school event, so sorry everyone, no bikini's or speedos for this beach outing. Again, that's "Beach Day" on May 24th. Let's head into exam season with some school spirit and positivity!</li><li>Once again the Bradford Track and Field team has displayed its incredible talent. Yesterday, the team competed at the Georgian Bay Championships in the unforgiving heat.  The competition was tough but the young team was not intimidated finishing 7th overall in the team standings out of 30 schools.  Some great results were obtained individually with 14 of our athletes qualifying for OFSAA Regionals next week in a total of 27 individual events. We will also be sending 3 relay teams to the championships next week. Special mention goes out to Alexa Geertsema who is the GB champion in midget girls long jump, Ian Lemieux who is the GB champion for midget boys high jump and Dana McBride who is the GB champion in the junior girls 400m. Mr. Leach and Mrs. Edwards are very proud of the entire team and were honoured to be there to cheer you on. Congratulations!</li><li>Hey BDHS, Remember to help support the Life Skills room by going for a round of mini putt at Cardinal's Northern Adventure.  Come and play anytime during the month of May and half of the admission you pay comes back to the Life Skills Room.  A big thank-you from Jason, Alec, Anthony and Kyle.</li><li>Last call for any Students thinking of taking Co-op next semester at Southlake Hospital in Newmarket:  There is a very strict application deadline to get everything handed in, so you need to come to the Co-op office as soon as possible!  There are incredible opportunities from customer service to plumbing and electrical trades to medical placements.  If you miss the application deadline, there is no second chances or extra time allowed.  See you soon in the Co-op office! </li></ol>
May 18th Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/428May 18th Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li>If you are signed up for the Future Aces unlearn workshop today, please come to room 217 directly at the start of your assigned period. Attendance will be taken in the workshop.</li><li>With another win their winning streak goes to 4 and the girls soccer team is off to the SCAA finals on Tuesday, May 23.  The team worked hard to break through the Innisdale defence and scored 6 goals.  Keeper Emma Kuzmyk had an amazing save securing the shut out.  Congrats ladies and good luck on Tuesday.  Lets go BUCS!</li><li>Morning BUCS! The deadline to sign up for student council next year is approaching soon! If you're interested in having a bigger role within the school, join student council! It's a great way to get involved, meet new people, and it looks great on resumes and university applications! All student council positions will be available next year, so sign up ASAP! For paperwork and more information, see Mrs. Brake in guidance.</li><li>A huge thanks to the amazing gr. 9's and 10's who acted as tour guides for the gr. 8's who visited our school yesterday!  Another huge thanks to Ms. Edwards and her classes for the treats for the gr. 8's!  On June 2<sup>nd</sup>, another group of gr. 8's will be visiting. </li><li>Hey BDHS, Remember to help support the Life Skills room by going for a round of mini putt at Cardinal's Northern Adventure.  Come and play anytime during the month of May and half of the admission you pay comes back to the Life Skills Room.  A big thank-you from Jason, Alec, Anthony and Kyle</li><li>Come join us for yarn club (formally called sock club) today after school. Each Thursday we meet in the Learning Commons at 2:40. We have all levels from beginners to advance. It's a great chance to learn something new or just finish up on existing projects. Come join us. No materials required.</li><li>Today is the day. May 18th. The deadline for submitting your application for the BDHS Graduation Awards. The total amount of award money is $3400, but you are not eligible for any of that until you apply. Do it today! If you are interested in the Tim Horton's Community Award worth $250, the additional application is now available on the Scholarship board.</li></ol>

 

 

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