Sexual Violence NB (formerly Fredericton Sexual Assault and Crisis Center) will be at BCMS October 22nd and 23rd for the annual grade 7 and 8 workshop presentations. Relevant and important topics covered in this 50-minute presentation are: addressing sexual violence and sexual harassment online, in person, or as "jokes", as well as consent and sexual assault.
Please contact Mme LeGresley, guidance counselor, with any questions or concerns you may have regarding the content of the presentation at email@example.com
Calling all mountain bike students!
Our BCMS mountain bike club starts up again this Friday (September 13th). Roll out is at 12:15 sharp, and back at 1:10. Make sure you've got a signed parent/guardian permission form in to Mme LeGresley in order to participate. So, make sure you eat a big morning snack and have another for SSR!
NEW THIS YEAR: you MUST have a mountain bike (shifting gears, hand brakes, front suspension) in good working order, no BMX or fixed/single gear bikes. Helmets are always mandatory, and come out with a positive attitude!
This Wednesday (September 11th), students who are new to the sport of mountain biking can join Mme LeGresley on the side field for an intro to mountain bike basics. No permission form needed, just a bike and helmet!
If a parent would like to volunteer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We love parent volunteers!
The John Howard Society is once again accepting applications of families interested in participating their relationship building programstrengthening families program.pdf. Many of our BCMS families have taken advantage of this wonderful opportunity (and free meals, childcare and completion financial incentive!) to help strenghten the communication and family bond.
If interested, please check out the attached brochure, and contact the John Howard Society directly at 506-450-2750.
If have any questions about the program, please feel free to contact Mme Julie LeGresley, guidance counsellor at 444-4407, or email@example.com
BCMS is proud to be a member of the LINK program. Several teachers have received training in active listening in order to help support students who are facing any number of issues. The LINK program maps out several community resources in and around Fredericton that are in place to help.
Not sure who in the building are LINK partners? Check in with Mme LeGresley in thr guidance office, or look for the little yellow LINK card in several classroom windows. This indicates that teachers are ready and willing to listen to our students!
See the link below to learn more on LINK:
Good afternoon parents!
Throughout the fall term, BCMS fortunate to be partnering with the Fredericton Sexual Assault Center to deliver grade level presentations on sexual assault, sexual harassment, empowerment and online safety.
The first of these presentations will take place on Tuesday, September 13th during first period. All grade 7 students will attend a seminar that defines what sexual harassment is in an age appropriate context, as well as discuss strategies and solutions should any student experience this type of aggression. The presentation is being delivered by FSAC Program Coordinator Jenn Gorham, an experienced educator who has been delivering such presentations to students within the city of Fredericton for years.
We recognize the sensitivity of this topic for some of our students. Please talk to your children about their experience during this presentation, and please do not hesitate to contact the guidance department with any questions, concerns or comments you may have.
Hello to all new and returning Eagles!
I am very happy to be Bliss Carman's guidance counsellor this fall. Many returning students will know my face from last year, but fear not, new Eagles! I will be stopping by all of your classes the first week to introduce myself to all students. Along with providing counselling services to all of our BCMS students, I am also teaching some classes - something I am very much looking forward to!
We have a very busy few months coming up in the guidance department, with many presetantions, Canada Career Week, International Day of the Girl, mental health and LGBTQ awareness activities, to name a few! Stay tuned to the Guidance page for information on upcoming events and presentations.
So here is my message to all students to start off the year on the right foot and to shake off those "new school year" jitters: GET INVOLVED! Find a club, activity, or sport (or all of the above!), and help make BCMS a fun place to be!
Happy 2016-2017 school year!
Mme Julie LeGresley, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed., C.C.C.
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