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Daily Schedule

  • Period 1 & Homeform: 8:30 am - 9:47 am
  • Period 2: 9:55 am - 11:10 am
  • Lunch: 11:10 am - 12:00 pm
  • Period 3: 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
  • Period 4: 1:22 pm - 2:37 pm

Monday

Monday, March 18, 2019
  • The Limestone District School Board is situated on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee.  We acknowledge their enduring presence on this land, as well as the presence of Metis, Inuit and other First Nations from across Turtle Island.  We honour their cultures and celebrate their commitment to this land.

  • Any junior boys interested in playing Soccer for Bayridge this year come to a meeting in the Social Science bearpit TOMORROW at lunch. 

  • Blazers!  We have the Annual Cake Walk occurring this week!  Cupcakes will be sold while you buy raffle tickets to win a lovely cake!  It is the Annual Cake Walk for Water – that is a water well in India!  All proceeds will go towards the 2018-2019 development project in India. 

  • Attention all Junior Girls interested in playing soccer this year – there will be a sign up meeting in Room 209 at lunch TOMORROW.  Please see Ms. Dearborn if you cannot attend.  Conditioning practices begin Wednesday and Thursday.  Meet in the bearpit right after school changed and ready to sweat! 

  • The Fryer, Galois and Hypatia Math Contests are full-solution competitions offered by the University of Waterloo CEMC.  Bayridge will be running them for the first time this year on April 10th for interested Grade 9, 10 and 11 students who would like a challenge.  Please see Mrs. Swaine ASAP if you would like more information. 

  • Grade 11 and 12 students – are you interested in writing the Grade 12 Euclid Math Contest on April 3rd?  If so, let your math teacher know ASAP – the order deadline is TODAY!  Students who are thinking about applying to STEM programs at the University of Waterloo should consider writing this contest. 

  • Have you ever wanted to travel to India?  Bayridge – we have been invited to visit India and learn about its various community development projects from water wells to microcredit programs to organic farming to women empowerment.  Are you interested in participating in a service project and seeing firsthand the many development projects Bayridge students have made possible in India?  This is your chance – the trip is being planned for January 2020 and the first meeting for interested students is this WEDNESDAY, March 20th in Room 113.  An amazing adventure awaits – see you at the meeting on Wednesday! 

  • Cuba!  Italy!  France!  Oh my!  The Arts council is looking for the best tourist photos you’ve got for the next photo gallery – TRAVEL!  Send your geographic photos to bssphotogallery@gmail.com by March 25th!  Ask Ms. Lees or Ti Wentz for details. 

  • The first Track and Field meeting followed by a short practice will be TOMORROW at 2:45 in Room 130 (Health Room).


Tuesday

Tuesday, March 5, 2019
  • The Fryer, Galois and Hypatia Math Contests are full-solution competitions offered by the University of Waterloo CEMC.  Bayridge will be running them for the first time this year on April 10 for interested Grade 9, 10 and 11 students who would like a challenge.  Please see Mrs. Swaine ASAP if you would like more information. 

  • Achieve! Club is meeting TOMORROW in Room 113.  All students who are registered with Duke of Ed are asked to attend since Linda from Queen’s will be here.  As well, we will be discussing the upcoming QPID conference, Model UN and various other opportunities on offer. 

  • Any Grade 11 or 12 students interested in writing the Grade 12 Euclid Math Contest on April 3rd are asked to let their math teacher know ASAP – the order deadline is March 18th.  Students who are thinking about applying to STEM programs at the University of Waterloo should consider writing the contest. 

  • Hey Blazers! This Wednesday-Friday we will be having a Sprit Trio!  Wednesday will be a PJ day.  Thursday come wearing your favourite jersey and Friday will be Twin Day!  Dress up and show your school spirit!

  • Queen’s Project on International Development Student Conference is Wednesday, March 20th.  The theme this year is on Global Health and is geared towards students interested in the Sustainable Development Goals – so this means all Grade 9 geography students and/or world issues students.  The deadline for applications has been extended to March 8th.  Please see Ms. Scarlett for questions and/or attend meeting on Wednesday in Room 113. 


Wednesday

Wednesday, March 6th, 2019

  • Were you in any of the NBE classes during semester one?  If so – listen up!  There is a field trip opportunity to see Mike Downie speak this THURSDAY!  Mike is the founder of the Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack Foundation and will be here in Kingston to share his journey and we want you to be there!  Please see Ms. McConnell as soon as possible today to pick up a permission form!  This is a time sensitive event – so don’t delay!  You DO NOT want to miss out on this opportunity! 

  • There will be a meeting for all Grade 9-12 students interested in playing baseball this spring on THURSDAY, March 7th in Room 210 at lunch.  If you cannot make this meeting – please see Mr. Stewart, Mr. Swaine or Mr. Gambicourt. 

  • Any students interested in competing in the Limestone Skills Competition on March 22nd should see Ms. Lees in the Arts & Tech office for further details. 

  • Attention Mock Trial Team – please come to Room 201 TODAY to plan our strategy and pick teams.  That is…Room 201 at lunch TODAY for those who have signed up for the Mock Trial.  You may bring your lunch.  Bring your case package as well! 

  • Intramurals on THURSDAY at lunch – come out and play BUMP!

  • What are you doing for dinner on March 13th?  Plan to eat at Boston Pizza on Gardiner’s Road on Wednesday, March 13th from 5-8pm to help support our therapy dogs! 

  • There will be a Rainbow Club meeting TODAY at lunch in the Drama Room.  New members are always welcome! 

  • The first Track and Field meeting followed by a short practice will be held on TUESDAY, March 19th at 2:45 in Room 130 (Health Room).

  • The Fryer, Galois and Hypatia Math Contests are full-solution competitions offered by the University of Waterloo CEMC.  Bayridge will be running them for the first time this year on April 10 for interested Grade 9, 10 and 11 students who would like a challenge.  Please see Mrs. Swaine ASAP if you would like more information. 

  • Join Ms. Riley in Room 112 TODAY at lunch for Writing Club. 

  • Achieve! Club is meeting TODAY in Room 113.  All students who are registered with Duke of Ed are asked to attend since Linda from Queen’s will be here.  As well, we will be discussing the upcoming QPID conference, Model UN and various other opportunities on offer. 

  • Any Grade 11 or 12 students interested in writing the Grade 12 Euclid Math Contest on April 3rd are asked to let their math teacher know ASAP – the order deadline is March 18th.  Students who are thinking about applying to STEM programs at the University of Waterloo should consider writing the contest. 

  • Hey Blazers! Welcome to Sprit Trio!  TODAY is PJ day.  TOMORROW represent your favourite team and wear a jersey and Friday is Twin Day!  Dress up and show your school spirit!

  • Chess Club meets today after school in the Social Science bearpit.  Check mate! 

  • Queen’s Project on International Development Student Conference is Wednesday, March 20th.  The theme this year is on Global Health and is geared towards students interested in the Sustainable Development Goals – so this means all Grade 9 geography students and/or world issues students.  The deadline for applications has been extended to March 8th.  Please see Ms. Scarlett for questions and/or attend meeting on Wednesday in Room 113. 

Thursday

Thursday, March 7th, 2019

  • ALL STUDENTS attending the Mike Downie event at KCVI TODAY – please meet in the front foyer at 10:30am SHARP!  See you then! 

  • A reminder to all girls attending the Computer Science presentation TODAY.  It will be in Room 140 during Period 4. Please go straight to Room 140 after Period 3.  See Mr. Swaine if you have any questions. 

  • The Robot Room – maker space Room 135 will be open after school TODAY.  All are welcome! 

  • There will be a meeting for all Grade 9-12 students interested in playing baseball this spring TODAY in Room 210 at lunch.  If you cannot make this meeting – please see Mr. Stewart, Mr. Swaine or Mr. Gambicourt. 

  • Any students interested in competing in the Limestone Skills Competition on March 22nd should see Ms. Lees in the Arts & Tech office for further details. 

  • Cuba!  Italy!  France!  Oh my!  The Arts council is looking for the best tourist photos you’ve got for the next photo gallery – TRAVEL!  Send your geographic photos to bssphotogallery@gmail.com by March 25th!  Ask Ms. Lees or Ti Wentz for details. 

  • Intramurals TODAY at lunch – come out and play BUMP!

  • What are you doing for dinner on March 13th?  Plan to eat at Boston Pizza on Gardiner’s Road on Wednesday, March 13th from 5-8pm to help support our therapy dogs! 

  • The first Track and Field meeting followed by a short practice will be held on TUESDAY, March 19th at 2:45 in Room 130 (Health Room).

  • Hey Blazers! Thank you for showing your spirit the last two days! TODAY is Jersey Day.  Tomorrow is Twin Day!  Match with your sibling or best friends and have fun!


Friday

Friday, March 8th, 2019

  • Attention CONNECTION CREW!  All Crew members – please come to the main bear pit at the start of lunch TODAY to take our picture for yearbook!  Bring your best smiles! 

  • Any students interested in competing in the Limestone Skills Competition on March 22nd should see Ms. Lees in the Arts & Tech office for further details. 

  • Attention all Junior Girls interested in playing soccer this year – there will be a sign up meeting in Room 209 at lunch on TUESDAY, MARCH 19th.  Please see Ms. Dearborn if you cannot attend.  Conditioning practices begin Wednesday, March 20th and Thursday, March 21st.  Meet in the bearpit right after school changed and ready to sweat! 

  • Environmental Club will meet TODAY at lunch in Room 108.  New members are always welcome! 

  • Cuba!  Italy!  France!  Oh my!  The Arts council is looking for the best tourist photos you’ve got for the next photo gallery – TRAVEL!  Send your geographic photos to bssphotogallery@gmail.com by March 25th!  Ask Ms. Lees or Ti Wentz for details. 

  • What are you doing for dinner on March 13th?  Plan to eat at Boston Pizza on Gardiner’s Road on Wednesday, March 13th from 5-8pm to help support our therapy dogs! 

  • The first Track and Field meeting followed by a short practice will be held on TUESDAY, March 19th at 2:45 in Room 130 (Health Room).

Have a safe and relaxing March Break everyone!