Today’s Bulletin






8:40 – 10:02       Block 5

10:02 – 10:09       BREAK

10:15 – 11:35       Block 6

11:35 – 12:14       LUNCH

12:20  –  1:38       Block 7

1:44  –  3:03        Block 8




Rashida Leslie March 31

DISTRICT PRIDE DANCE: Attention All Students, on Thursday April 27 the Burnaby School District will be hosting its first ever District Pride Dance! This dance is open to all high school students in the district, in the spirit of celebrating the diversity and inclusivity of our students. The dance will be help from 6pm-9pm at Byrne Creek Community School. Tickets will go on sale in the school office on Monday March 27 – April 7 for $7; then again Monday April 10-Wednedsay April 20 for $10. There are only 40 tickets available per school, so buy them early to avoid missing out. The theme of the dance is “Pride” so wear your rainbow colours to show your support. Hope to see you all there!                 Mr. Rockwell

PROBLEM OF THE MONTH WINNER  is Chloe Cao (gr. 11)!!  Congratulations!!  Please go to room 305 to pick up your gift card.  Thank you to all that participated!! Please stay tune for April’s problem of the month next week!                                                                                                                 Ms. Young


REGIONAL SCIENCE FAIR PARTICIPANTS: Reminder that there is a mandatory meeting today at lunch in Room 8. Please bring your field trip forms.                                                           Ms. Ingratta


BEST BUDDIES:  Don’t forget to come to room 12 during lunch on Monday April 3rd for Best Buddies.                                                                                                                                 Ms. Chiao


RADIATE​ JUNIOR DANCE:​ Hey Juniors! Sad that you weren’t able to attend our last senior dance? Well, never fret, because we have a JUNIOR DANCE coming for YOU! If you’re a grade 8-10 student and want to attend this exciting, fun-filled dance, RADIATE​, be sure to buy tickets on FRIDAY, MARCH 31ST at lunch in the North and South Foyer! Tickets are $10 each, $8 each if bought in groups of 4, and $7.50 each if bought in groups of 5+                                                                                              Ms. Shahidi


SPECIAL TUTORIAL DAY: Please be advised that there has been a change to the Special Tutorial Day for Grades 8 and 9 (on Wed. March 29th)

Please note change as follows:


  • Grades 8 ‘s and 9’s will meet in their regular tutorial rooms for their attendance. They will then move to the south gym with their tutorial class.



TEXTILE CLUB:  Learn to make natural dyes out of onion skins, beets, coffee grounds etc. and make beautiful dyed Easter eggs with leaf-shaped prints.  You must bring your own white, uncooked eggs and your own onion skins.  We will dye eggs on March 30, April 6 & 13 – Thursdays, 3:10 – 4:45 pm – All are Welcome!                                                                                                                             Ms. Heckerott                         




IELTS COURSE – The Spring IELTS Course starts on April 6th at Burnaby Central. The cost of the course is offered at $200 for International students and there are only 20 seats available for this program. Please see Ms. Teng-Davis in room 309 or Mr. Archibald in room 116 for consent forms.                                         Ms. Teng-Davis/Mr. Archibald
APRIL LUNCH MEETINGS – Come to the Gallery for pizza, updates, and new information. Grades 11 and 12s meet on Tuesday, April 4th. Grades 8, 9, and 10s meet on Tuesday, April 11th.

EASTER EGG HUNT – Come and celebrate Easter by hunting for eggs after school on Wednesday, April 12th from 3-4pm. Prizes will be awarded and snacks will be served!


PLAYLAND FIELD TRIP – Let’s go to playland on Thursday, May 11th – Day 1. Please see Ms. Teng-Davis in room 309 or Mr. Archibald in room 116 to pick up field trip forms. Cost is $10.


GRADS:  Students who are interested in a career in the trades are invited to a free workshop at the BCIT Burnaby Campus on April 7th, 2017 from 9:00am – 3:00pm. Learn about exciting career opportunities, tour the college’s trades training facilities, and take part in group discussions. Lunch is included! Please go to: http://caf-fca.org/news-and-events/upcoming-events/ for more info, and to register       Ms. M. Smith






BROWNIE SALE:  Come buy a piece of brownie at lunch in the north or south foyer! All proceeds will go toward preserving the natural habitats of gorillas.

Show off your drawing skills and win a prize! This year, enviro will be hosting a drawing contest on March 29th in the gallery at lunch to help raise awareness for saving the gorillas.


The City of Burnaby is looking for people in the Summer to help with Canada’s 150th birthday party!


Looking for a job with a newspaper or in journalism? There is an Extreme Career Fair being held at the Langley Events Centre on May 11th. Over 200 different exhibitors will be on hand.


Science World needs you! Shifts are available now – get all your work experience hours done in one location.


Burnaby Village Museum wants 4 energetic volunteers for summer placements.


ONE DAY opportunity for 10 students in Tinseltown on Saturday May 6th. A perfect opportunity for and your closest 9 friends to get some work experience hours. ​                                                Mr. Carey



TENNIS PLAYERS – Burnaby North Tennis Team tryouts will take place on Thursday and Friday of this week from 3:30-5pm. at school tennis courts (weather permitting). See you all loving tennis.                                                                                                                                            Ms. Klim


GRADE 9 BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL PRACTISE:  There is a gr.9 boys volleyball practice in the auxiliary gym from 3:15 to 5:15pm on Tuesday, March 28th and Friday of this week.  All athletes need to attend                                                                                                                                          Mr. Lim