Bulletin

Today’s Bulletin

 

MONDAY, MAY 29, 2017

DAY 1

8:40 – 10:02       Block 1

10:02 – 10:09       BREAK

10:15 – 11:35       Block 2

11:35 – 12:14       LUNCH

12:20  –  1:38       Block 3

1:44  –  3:03        Block 4

GENERAL

HEY VIKINGS:  Come see Burnaby North’s dance show, Kaleidoscope!  The ever-changing, dynamic emotions in life…expressed through dance.  Thursday, June 1st 7pm in the North gym.  Buy your tickets in the North foyer at lunch,  $5 for students and  $7 for adults.                                 Ms. Read

BUY YOUR YEARBOOKS – The last day to buy your yearbooks is Monday, June 5th. Avoid the lineups and crowds on yearbook distribution day by reserving your yearbook NOW. Please pay Ms. Goss in room 114 at break or lunch.                                                                         Ms. Teng-Davis

LIBRARY:   A list of students with overdue books has been posted outside the library. If your name is on the list, you owe the library either books, or money to replace books that you’ve lost. Please check the list for your name, and return any overdue items. If you think the list is wrong, come and talk to us. Thanks                                                                                                         Ms. Gladwin

 

VIKINGS READ: The book that got the most votes and is this year’s favourite Vikings Read title is Red Queen, by Victoria Aveyard. Thank you to all of the students who participated. If you voted and haven’t already come to the library to get your prize, please come by to claim it. You can also preview the books for next year’s edition of Vikings Read.                                                                                 Ms. Gladwin

Congratulations to BSN students who placed in the top 100 in Canada on the Sir Issac Newton Physics Contest!! 

Daniel Lu (grade 12) placing 12th, and Selina Chiu (grade 11) placed 95th, on the University of Waterloo’s Sir Issac Newton Physics Contest – Well done Daniel and Selina!                  Ms. Bernabei

 

TUTORIAL LEADERS FOR THE 2017-2018 YEAR  If you are in grade 10 or 11 next year and want to be a tutorial leader please fill out the form on the school web site http://north.sd41.bc.ca/​ or come see Ms. Di Lauro in room 40.  Don’t miss out on this important opportunity to be a  leader and mentor in the school!  Successful applicants will be contacted via email.                                              Ms. Di Lauro

INTERNATIONAL

JUNE MEETING – Come to the year-end lunch celebration at the Gallery for grades 11 and 12s on Tuesday, June 6th and for grades 8s, 9s, and 10s on Thursday, June 8th.   Ms. Teng-Davis-

Mr. Archibald

GRAD

GRADE 12’s:  If you are going to the DRY GRAD on June 16 you will need to show your Go Card.  If you haven’t picked it up or have lost it come to Room 114.  Thank you.                                              Ms. Dion

GRADUATION TRANSITIONS: All grade 12 students should now have all the components complete. If you have outstanding components and do not complete them you will fail the Graduation Transitions Course, this will result in not passing grade 12. If you have questions please talk to Mr. Archibald in room 116A.                                                                                                                         Mr. Archibald

CAPILANO UNIVERSITY will be hosting an open house event this Tuesday, May 30th from 5:30-8:00pm at the North Vancouver campus. This event is open to students who plan to attend CapU in the fall, and/or students interested in exploring their future options. Please go to www.explorecapilano.ca to register, and to be entered to win prizes including a $500 tuition waiver.                                                                                                                  Ms. M. Smith

Attention students bound for Douglas College in the fall of 2017: Douglas will be holding their first orientation event for students registered in upcoming Fall 2017 programs on Wednesday, June 7th at 4:30pm. Pre-registration is requested – please go to: http://portal.douglascollege.org/information/events/event-registration-webpage/?scheduleId=F4E4A2F7-D134-E711-80C3-0CC47ACB001B to sign up.

Ms. M. Smith

WORK EXPERIENCE

COMSHARE:  Reps from Comshare will be outside the north gym at lunchtime on Monday, May 29th and Tuesday, May 30th to sign up summer camp volunteers.

The BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU in downtown Vancouver would like several students who are able to commit for 100 or more hours this summer. Great office, business, and event management position.

SHOPPERS DRUG MART SUMMER PHARMACY OPPORTUNITIESLooking to complete some work experience hours over the summer holidays? There are some spaces available working in the pharmacy at the Kensington Plaza. Come and sign up before they are gone!

SUMMER WORK EXPERIENCE: Grade 10 and 11 students are advised to check the “Career Programs BNSS” facebook page to view the daily updates to summer work experience opportunities.

Visit Career Programs for details.

SPORTS

Ultimate challenge game at lunch:  staff vs the winner of the ultimate intramurals. Come and enjoy the game.                                                                                                                     Mr. S. Miljanic

GOLF IS A FICKLE GAME:  A single chip or wedge and an easy putt or a missed short shot leads to 3 putts…and a lost match.  The recent Provincial Qualifer Tourney saw the Viking Golf Team come in a very close third place….losing by only 7 strokes to VCC to qualify.  Grade 9 Andy Luo shot the second lowest score of the tourney….and with not a single member of the starting 4 players graduating the future looks very bright.  Congrats on a terrific golf season and see you at the Sports’ Banquet.                                                                                                                       Mr. Seehagen