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GRADUATION PICTURES (Nov 6-10)http://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/485GRADUATION PICTURES (Nov 6-10)<p>​Sign up sheets are located in the main office.</p>
SCHOOL CASH ONLINEhttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/477SCHOOL CASH ONLINE<p>​</p><p>BRADFORD DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL is accepting online payment for all our field trips/events.  School Cash Online is now our preferred method of payment.  Not only does it allow you to pay with your debit or credit card, it helps our volunteers and staff run online reports instead of managing hundreds of forms every month.  Thank you for your support as our school moves to this online system.</p><p> </p><p>Follow these steps to register for School Cash Online:</p><p>1.     Go to<a href="https://simcoecounty.schoolcashonline.com/"><span style="text-decoration:underline;"> </span><span style="text-decoration:underline;">simcoecounty.schoolcashonline.com</span></a> or from our school website click on "Pay Fees"</p><p>2.     Register and add your child to the newly created account</p><p>3.     View and purchase items through echeck or credit card</p><p> </p><p>The School Cash Parent Helpdesk is available 24/7 to help you with registration, password recoveries or any other payment issues. Call the helpdesk at 1-866-961-1803 or email <a href="mailto:parenthelp@schoolcashonline.com"><span style="text-decoration:underline;">parenthelp@schoolcashonline.com</span></a>.</p><p> </p><p>Parents will need their student's ID number to register an account, which can be shared with them by running the School Cash Online Letter out of Powerschool, or at your <strong>Meet the Teacher Night, you could have a computer available for parents to register right then and there.</strong></p>
2016-2017 YEARBOOKS WILL NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL LATER THIS FALL.http://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/4492016-2017 YEARBOOKS WILL NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL LATER THIS FALL.
October 17th Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/484October 17th Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li>Today is the day! Come to the Drama room (Rm 138) today at 11:00 for the first Drama club day. We will be doing a number of fun, drama related activities. This is your chance to start to gain more love for the stage. So come to the Drama room today at 11:00. See you there!</li><li>Attention any and all volunteers for UIP tonight.  Please be at guidance ready to help out at 5:30 pm.</li><li>Women account for only 14.2% of all apprenticeship registrations in Ontario with the majority of those registrations occurring in the hairstyling and cook trade.<strong> </strong>The Skills Work for Women Networking Event informs students about the apprenticeship pathway while providing an opportunity for networking with female mentors who have successful careers in non-traditional trades. Examples of non-traditional trades include: Auto Service Tech, Carpenter, Cabinetmaker, Electrician, Plumber, Welder. Students will learn strategies for finding employers/apprenticeship sponsors along with tips to ensure success in the workplace. This year's event is being held on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at the Nottawasaga Inn, Alliston.  If you would like to attend this event, please see Ms. Perryman in room 141. </li><li>Attention graduates, potential graduates, and anyone ever interested in going to university.  Tonight is the University Information Program from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm.  The event is run board wide at every high school.   A representative from all 21 Ontario universities, along with an OSAP representative, will be here to give presentations and provide information on their specific university.  Each representative will deliver three, 30-minute presentations in their own classrooms.  There will then be time to circulate and ask more specific questions.  Bring your family.  Bring your friends.  It is FREE!  See guidance for more info.  Also, guidance is still looking for volunteers for this event!</li><li>Are you part of the Bradford District High School community?  Do you think you have what it takes to make the ultimate guacamole?  Then come down to the foyer to sign up for the GUAC OFF.  Make your Guacamole the night before and bring it in for judgment by staff from Made in Mexico.  You could win a third place prize of a 25 dollar gift card, a second place prize of a 50 dollar gift card, or a first place prize of a 75 dollar gift card to Made in Mexico.</li><li>Reminder to hockey players that there is a mandatory sign up meeting in room 230 on Wednesday at the beginning of lunch. See you tomorrow!</li><li>Robotics club will meet Monday's and Thursdays at lunch in room 216. See you there!</li><li>Buy your Hallo-Grams!  Send that special someone or friend a Hallo-Gram!  Life Skills will be selling Hallo-Grams the second half of lunch in the first floor halls all this week and next for $.50.  You can also purchase them in the cafeteria during first half of lunch.  </li><li>The boys soccer team added to their undefeated record yesterday with a definite win over Barrie North. Our goal scorers were Isa, Jacob, Nat, David, Zach, and Jon. Well done boys. Our semi-final game is on the back field on Thursday right after school. Short practice tonight.</li></ol>
October 16th Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/483October 16th Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li>Future Aces is meeting today in room 274. Interested in making a positive impact on the school? Come and check out Future Aces today.</li><li>Hey all volleyball players!  The elementary volleyball tournament is this Thursday all day in the gyms.  We are hosting the Grade 4 to 6 elementary schools.  We are in need of referees to help out with this event.  Please see Ms. Clubine in the gym.</li><li>Attention BDHS Buddy Volunteers who signed up to help with our Japanese student visit… Please come to a very important 15 minute meeting today in room 111.  Bring your cell phone if you have one.  Again, all BDHS students who signed up to be 'Buddy' for the Japanese visit, please come to room 111 at 11:00 today.</li><li>Hockey is back at BDHS. Any hockey players interested in trying out for this year's varsity hockey team need to attend a mandatory meeting in room 230 at the beginning of lunch on Wednesday, October 18th. This meeting will provide information about the team and allow players to get the required permission forms to participate in tryouts.</li><li>Hallo-Grams!  Hallo-Grams!  Send that special someone or friend a Hallo-Gram!  Life Skills will be selling Hallo-Grams the second half of lunch all this week and next for $.50.  You can also purchase them in the cafeteria during first half of lunch.  Hallo-Grams will be delivered to homerooms October 31.  Proceeds will go towards the Life Skills program!</li><li>The internal application for the U of T National Book Award is due in guidance by the end of the day today.</li><li>Attention graduates, potential graduates, and anyone ever interested in going to university.  Tomorrow evening a representative from all 21 Ontario universities, along with an OSAP representative, will be here to give presentations and provide information on their specific university.  Each representative will deliver three, 30-minute presentations in their own classrooms.  There will then be time to circulate and ask more specific questions.  The event runs from 6:30-9:00 tomorrow.  Bring your family, bring your friends.  It is FREE!  See guidance for more info.  Also, guidance is still looking for volunteers for this event!</li></ol>
October 13th Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/482October 13th Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li>Attention BDHS Buddy Volunteers who signed up to help with our Japanese student visitors next Wednesday morning….   There is a list of 'buddies' in the hall outside the office, and important information about our upcoming organizational meeting this Monday at lunch. Please check the list today to make sure your name is included. If you have questions, see Mr. Stone.</li><li>The Jr Boys football team traveled to Barrie North yesterday to play one of the best teams in the league. Arriving somewhat unprepared, the Bucs ramped up their intensity in warm-up and came out firing in the first quarter. They contained North to their half of the field, but were unable to score. As the second half progressed some untimely errors cost the Bucs on the scoreboard. The team continues to improve in all aspects and is eager to perform in front of a home crowd next week.</li><li>Yesterday the cross-country team traveled to Little Lake Park in Midland to compete in their 4th race of the season. Notable finishers were Olivia Vernon who once again improved on her previous finish and Alexa Geertsema who finished her 5km race in 8th place in a field of 60 runners. Well done team! See you at Monday's practice.</li><li>Attention graduating students, The 2018 Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarship Program applications are open until October 25.  The scholarship programs provide financial assistance to students in Canada who have financial need and have exhibited integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity.  5 scholarships of $10,000 each will be awarded, including an all-expenses paid conference in April to Washington, D.C.  Also, an additional 80 students will be awarded a scholarship worth $5,000.  See the scholarship board for information on how to apply.</li><li>Need Volunteer Hours? Check this out!   Rodeo Championships are taking place in Newmarket. Bradford Timber-Mart needs your help to promote this event for Charity.   Check out our Volunteer Board for more details and who to call to sign up! </li><li>From Chartwells.  This month only, enjoy our delicious freshly baked fall flavors of muffins for only $1.</li></ol>
October 12th Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/481October 12th Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li><strong>Attention University Bound Grade 12 students!!</strong><strong>  </strong>The University of Guelph-Humber will be hosting a psychology conference to promote study and research in psychology.  In addition, Grade 12 students will be exposed to the university environment, attend mini lectures by researchers in the field of psychology, compete for the Psychathlon trophy and have a chance to win one of five $1,000 Thom Hermann scholarships towards tuition at the University of Guelph-Humber.  The conference will be held at the university on Friday, December 15<sup>th</sup> from 8:30 am – 2:30 pm.  Admission and lunch are FREE!  You must register by November 8<sup>th</sup>.  For more information about the University of Guelph-Humber Psychology Conference, visit guelphhumber.ca/psychology. </li><li>Teachers, please dismiss the cross country runners today at 1:15 for their race at Little Lake Park.  Runners should be dressed and meet in front foyer by 1:30.  Let's go BUCS!</li><li>Please excuse the Jr Boys football team today at 12:20 to prepare for their away game in Barrie.  Offense walk-thru at lunch in the small gym.</li><li>Hey BUCS! Come down to the front foyer at lunch to pick up your SAC cards! Remember you need your SAC card in order to participate in school events, join any clubs or go to dances. </li><li>Robotics club is starting today at the beginning of lunch in room 216!  If you are interested in robotics, programming, Arduino, raspberry pi, or web development, please come to the first robotics club meeting of the year! If you cannot make it, or would like more information, please see Mr. Charles, Mr. Belton, or Mr. Fisher. Otherwise, see you in room 216 at lunch.</li><li>The Senior Boys Volleyball hosted Collingwood last night. The boys played their best volleyball yet, but were unable to pull through with the win. The boys will travel to Innisdale on Friday.</li><li>There will be a boys soccer practice after school today until 4:00.</li><li>Could the following students who are attending the Ottawa Trip please see Ms. Lane or Ms. Armstrong today at lunch in room 226: Wade Brown, Siobhan Kilpatrick, Kaeleigh Gardiner, Elena Bylykbashi, Tatiana Sandu, Oscar Kump-Neumayor, Maria Cretu and Carver Leggatt. Please come to room 226 at lunch.</li><li>Need Volunteer Hours? Check this out! Rodeo Championships are taking place in Newmarket. Bradford Timber-Mart needs your help to promote this event for Charity. Check out our Volunteer Board for more details and who to call to sign up! </li><li>The internal application deadline for the U of T National Book Award is Monday, October 16.  Come to guidance to pick up a BDHS application form if you haven't already.  Also, check the scholarship board across from guidance as new opportunities present themselves frequently.</li><li>This message is for everyone who signed up in guidance to volunteer tonight for parent teacher/college info night. Please be at guidance ready to help by 4:30 pm tonight.  Wear BDHS gear if you have it.  That's parent teacher/college info night volunteers be at guidance at 4:30 pm tonight.</li><li>At the BDHS "YOUTH IMPACT" club, we talk about what we can do, and what to pray for, to impact our school community.  We meet every Thursday at lunch in room # 122.  Feel free to bring your lunch, a friend and all your great ideas to help us reach our ultimate goal to make this place even greater than it already for all of us.  See you all at lunch!</li></ol>
October 11th Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/480October 11th Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li><strong>Attention University Bound Grade 12 students!!</strong><strong>  </strong>The University of Guelph-Humber will be hosting a psychology conference to promote study and research in psychology.  In addition, Grade 12 students will be exposed to the university environment, attend mini lectures by researchers in the field of psychology, compete for the Psychathlon trophy and have a chance to win one of five $1,000 Thom Hermann scholarships towards tuition at the University of Guelph-Humber.  The conference will be held at the university on Friday December 15<sup>th</sup> from 8:30 am – 2:30 pm.  Admission and lunch are FREE!  You must register by November 8<sup>th</sup>.  For more information about the University of Guelph-Humber Psychology Conference, visit guelphhumber.ca/psychology or Ms. Evans in guidance.</li><li>Jr Boys Football. Offense Practice at lunch, game prep. practice after school. Be there.</li><li>There are only a few spots left on the Stratford arts field trip to see Guys and Dolls the musical. If you want to go, please see Miss Dixon in the dance studio or Mrs. Paton in the music room. </li><li>Need Volunteer Hours? Check this out! Rodeo Championships are taking place in Newmarket. Bradford Timber-Mart needs your help to promote this event for Charity. Check out our Volunteer Board for more details and who to call to sign up! </li><li>Today is the day you have all been waiting for! The drama club will be meeting today at 11:00 in the Drama Room (Rm 138). All are welcome to attend. We will be discussing meeting times, the High School Drama Festival (formerly known as the Sears Drama Festival) as well as other things. Please make sure to attend, and bring a few friends. Interest needs to be determined in order to decide upon a show for the festival. So be sure to come to the Drama Room today at 11:00 for the Drama Club Meeting. See you there!</li><li>All students who have signed up for the trip with Ms. Carriere to Ste Marie Among the Hurons meet in room 277 at the beginning of lunch, please.</li><li>Robotics club is starting tomorrow at lunch in room 216! If you are interested in robotics, programming, Arduino, raspberry pi, or web development, please come to the first robotics club meeting of the year! If you cannot make it, or would like more information, please see Mr. Charles, Mr. Belton, or Mr. Fisher. Otherwise, see you tomorrow in room 216 at lunch.</li><li>Listen up spirit leaders and anyone else interested in community service hours. Volunteers are need for the University Info night next Tuesday, October 17.  Also, we need spirited students to escort groups of grade 8s around the school on Wednesday, November 1.  Contact someone in guidance for more details or to sign up to volunteer.  Also, there are new community service opportunities in Bradford and the surrounding area.  Check the community service board for more information.</li></ol>
October 10th Announcementshttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/479October 10th Announcements<p>​</p><ol><li>All the world is a stage and here is your chance to perform upon it! The drama club will be meeting tomorrow at 11:00 in the Drama Room (Rm 138). All are welcome to attend. We will be discussing meeting times, the High School Drama Festival (formerly known as the Sears Drama Festival) as well as other things. Please make sure to attend, and bring a few friends. Interest needs to be determined in order to decide upon a show for the festival. So be sure to come to the Drama Room tomorrow, Wednesday Oct. 11<sup>th</sup> at 11:00 for the Drama Club Meeting. See you there!</li><li>Bucs! Coach Austin and Mr. Belton are proud to announce that your 2017 boys soccer team has gone undefeated in their regular season. On Friday, we travelled to Banting to face a disciplined team. However, our boys were disciplined, synergistic, confident, and came back from a one goal deficit to win 3-1. Notables are Isa Abdullah with 2 outstanding goals, Azem Abdullah with 1 goal, and an outstanding performance in net by Ryan Howard. Well done boys. Practice after school today and Thursday this week.</li><li>Are you looking to improve the school, get hours, and have fun doing it? Join student council and become the student senate representative! Your responsibilities would include showing up for student council meetings, going to the Simcoe county board office to discuss school events, and taking action to make our school an even better place! Come down to room 174 after school on Tuesday to learn more!</li><li>There are only a few spots left on the Stratford arts field trip to see Guys and Dolls the musical. If you want to go, please see Miss Dixon in the dance studio or Mrs. Paton in the music room. </li><li>Attention all Spirit Leaders, we have an amazing opportunity that we need your enthusiasm and participation for.  Please come and see Mrs. Chornobaj or Ms. Walker ASAP for information and a permission form.</li></ol>
PARENT/TEACHER/STUDENT CONFERENCES - Thursday, October 12 from 5-7:30 PMhttp://bdh.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/305PARENT/TEACHER/STUDENT CONFERENCES - Thursday, October 12 from 5-7:30 PM<p>Parent/Teacher/Student Conferences @ 5-7:30 PM</p><p><span style="color:#444444;font-family:"segoe ui",sans-serif;font-size:10pt;">   (Students are responsible for selecting interview times for each of their classes and reporting these times to their parents.)</span></p><p><span style="color:#444444;font-family:"segoe ui",sans-serif;font-size:10pt;">Student Council BBQ @ 4:30-6:30</span></p>