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Presentation helps parents, educators lower stress for children, teens helps parents, educators lower stress for children, teens <p><span style="font-family:"verdana", "sans-serif";font-size:8.5pt;"><font color="#000000">All parents and educators in Simcoe County are invited to a presentation entitled <em><span style="font-family:"verdana", "sans-serif";">Stressed Out Kids/Stressed Out Parents</span></em> at Eastview Secondary School on April 29.  <br><br>Presented by Kate Jones, author of <em><span style="font-family:"verdana", "sans-serif";">Great Parenting Skills for Navigating Your Kid’s Personality</span></em>, participants will hear about how stressful lifestyles are being passed down to children and teens. Jones will share tips on how to slow down and reduce stress for the entire family.<br><br>“The world is such a busy place now, and everyone is moving at high speeds—it’s no wonder people are getting stressed,” said Erika Garrett, Guidance Chair, Eastview Secondary School. “This presentation will be great for parents and educators to learn how to reduce their own stress, which will in turn help lower the stress of their children and students.”<br><br>The event is free and no registration is required. The presentation takes place at 7 p.m. in the library at Eastview Secondary School, 421 Grove Street East, Barrie. </font><br style=""><br style=""></span><span style="font-family:"verdana", "sans-serif";font-size:8.5pt;"><font color="#000000">In<em><span style="font-family:"verdana", "sans-serif";">formation:</span></em><br><em><span style="font-family:"verdana", "sans-serif";">Erika Garrett, Guidance Chair, Eastview Secondary School </span></em><br><em><span style="font-family:"verdana", "sans-serif";">705-728-1321 ext. 40895 or </span></em></font><a href=""><em><span style="font-family:"verdana", "sans-serif";color:blue;text-decoration:none;"></span></em></a><em><span style="font-family:"verdana", "sans-serif";"><font color="#000000">   </font></span></em></span>​</p>
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Google Apps For Education (GAFE) Apps For Education (GAFE)<p>​<a href="/PublishingImages/Lists/LocalNews/AllItems/GAFE%20Letter.pdf"><img width="16" height="16" class="ms-asset-icon ms-rtePosition-4" src="/_layouts/15/images/icpdf.png" alt="" />Letter to Parents, RE: GAFE</a></p>
April 24th Announcements 24th Announcements<ol><li>It is our annual Hot Docs Film Festival time!!  For those of you who don't know how this festival works, our school has been loaned award winning documentary films that can be shown to students in class time or as part of a club until May 1.  The film posters for the films we have available are hanging in the front foyer.  Some teachers will be showing these films in their classes. If you would like to see one of these films outside of your classes, you will be able to after school on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week.  Monday we will be showing The Starfish Throwers and it will end around 4:10.  Wednesday we will be showing A Small Act and it will end around 3:45.  Thursday we will be showing The Crash Reel and it will end around 4:30.  Bring a snack and join us to watch these free and award winning documentaries. Films will start at 2:45.  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Sparks.</li><li>There is a mandatory senior girls soccer team meeting and jersey handout on Tuesday, April 28 from 2:40 to 3 in room 173.</li><li>Happy Plaid Day! Homeroom teachers, please write down a house point for ones who are wearing their plaid clothes and send down to the guidance office!</li><li>There will be a mandatory meeting for all baseball players today at the beginning of lunch in room 270.</li><li>Want to play Eco Jeopardy at lunch?  Come on down to the caf at the start of lunch - there can be up to 12 people on a team, and there will be four teams playing Jeopardy.  Come join a table (numbered one to four by the stage) and be the team to win donuts from Tim's.  </li><li>Students are now able to register for summer school courses.  Grade 11 and 12 students can earn a new credit during the month of July.  Grade 9 and 10 students may be eligible to attend summer school to recover failed courses in English, Math, or Science.  See Guidance if you have any questions.</li><li>There will be an AP meeting starting at 11:15 in room 210. </li><li>Could the following students see Ms. Stewart in the library this morning to collect their field trip fees.  Lindsay McGuire, Elisha Ratzer, Natalia Whiteside</li><li>Friday yoga classes have been suspended for the time being.  Sorry for any inconvenience.  We are experiencing scheduling issues.</li><li>Prom tickets go on sale Wednesday, April 29th at lunch in the caf.  Students must have 80 dollars CASH and your signed prom agreement in order to purchase tickets.  Tickets will only be sold for 4 days.  Any questions, please see Ms. McPherson, Ms. Glass or Ms. Hillier.</li><li>There is a cheerleading meeting today at the beginning of lunch in room 223.</li></ol><p>​</p>
April 21st Announcements 21st Announcements<ol><li>Good morning Bradford High.  Bradford famine supports of Mercy in Kenya is still accepting new candidates everyday so if you feel you want to support Mercy's education and community and becoming a Citizen of the world , please come to room 122 today or tomorrow to get all what you need for this awesome cause.  If you're thinking about doing this and not sure what you need to do, please come during lunch today and we'll answer all your questions.  Don't miss this opportunity to be able to help a teen to reach her full potential with some little help from Bradford High.  Bradford Famine will start Thursday, April 23 to Friday, April 24 followed by a group well-earned celebration during lunch time.  Thanks to all the participants, and have an awesome Tuesday.</li><li>Do you think you have recycling plinko mastered?  Come show off your skills today at lunch in the foyer.  There is candy to be won, and a new set of materials to put in the correct bins.  Green Team will meet there at the start of lunch.</li><li>Anyone interested in going Tree Planting at Scanlon Creek for the afternoon of May 7, please see the Green Team and Mrs. Zariwny in the foyer at lunch today for permission forms.  You will miss both afternoon classes, but you will be back to the school in time for buses home.  Come out and make a difference!</li><li>Weather permitting. The baseball team will practice today, 4:00 at Fieldcrest.</li><li>Friday? Are you free?  Do we ever have a great suggestion for you?  Innisdale is hosting a Pride Prom.  Everyone and anyone is welcome to attend.  Cost 15 bucks. Talk to Wolf or Brownlee.  Ceeeeeeee u there! Don't be a square…</li></ol><p>​</p>
April 20th Announcements 20th Announcements<ol><li>Good morning BDHS!  Students who want to do the Bradford Famine this Thursday should come to a brief meeting during lunch in room #122 for some paper work.  We still need more volunteers for this awesome cause to raise money for Mercy who's our school adopted child from Kenya.  Thanks very much and hope to see more people doing this famine. </li><li>Come kick off Earth Week here at BDHS and check your recycling savvy.  Play "Where does it go" plinko at lunch and win candy in the foyer.  Green Team members, please meet in the foyer at the start of lunch.</li><li>Hey BDHS! Friday is Plaid Day! Come on and wear your favorite plaid clothes to school and earn house points.</li><li>Due to a large amount of donations, the clothing room will be open Wednesday and Thursday this week at 4:30 for sorting clothes.  New volunteers are always welcome and we could really use the extra help this week.  We are located in the St. Mary's building on Frederick Street, behind 118 Barrie Street.  See the information sheet outside of guidance for contact information.  Come out and earn community service hours while helping those in need in your community.</li><li>Did you know that students in Simcoe County approached their teachers and specifically requested a pride-prom where every sexual orientation and gender identity is recognized, celebrated, appreciated and welcome?  Did you know that more than 100 students in Simcoe County attended the Pride Prom last year?  Most of whom attended their own prom also.  Did you know that this year, Pride Prom tickets are only $15?  You may be wondering what do I do with all of this information?  If you would like more details, stop in and see Mr. Wolf or Mrs. Brownlee.</li><li>There will be a badminton practice this afternoon after school at 2:45. See Ms. Gledhill or Mr. Griese for more information. </li></ol><p>​</p>
April 17th Announcements 17th Announcements<ol><li>Hey BDHS! Plaid Day is a week away! Wear your favorite plaid clothing next Friday to school and earn house points!</li><li>Come to Boston Pizza in Newmarket on Sunday April 19<sup>th</sup> between 5-8 to help fundraise for prom! You will be getting served by your own peers at Bradford high! Bring friends, family and an appetite and we will all see you there!</li><li>A reminder for all students going on the Hamlet trip on Monday:  Please meet in the foyer at 8:45 am to board the bus.  Pack a lunch! We will not have time to stop for food.  If you have questions please see Ms. Stewart or Ms. Glass.</li><li>For all the students who signed up for the L3 Writer's Conference, please be advised that the trip is cancelled.  There were not enough students signed up to cover the cost of the bus.  Please see Ms. Stewart to  collect the money owing to you.  Sorry for the inconvenience.  Students who are interested can still make arrangements to see Margaret Atwood in Barrie on the evening of the 23rd of April.</li><li>Good morning Bradford High.  Do you know that BDHS has a sponsored child named Mercy? Mercy is a girl who lives in Kenya. Although she lives on another continent, she is like the students at BDHS in many ways. She wants an education, a future, and to become the best person she is capable of becoming.  She just needs a little extra love to help get there. In order to help Mercy, her family, and community BDHS partners with World Vision Canada to help raise money through the Bradford Famine. Money raised goes to provide clean water and healthy food, build school and provide agricultural training in her community, and to help improve medical care.  Those interested in making a lifelong difference should come to room # 122 today-Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday of next week during lunch to get more information.   Bradford 30 hrs. Famine will start next Thursday April 23 to Friday April 24. Followed by a group well-earned celebration during lunch time.</li><li>There will be a badminton practice this afternoon after school at 2:45. See Ms. Gledhill or Mr. Griese for more information. </li></ol><p>​</p>



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