Bluefield students teaching computer science and coding to elementary and junior high students as part of the Hour of Code project.
Bluefield carpentry students are busy this year building cabins for camp Seggie!
Watch this space for updates.
Fantastic work bobcats!
Bluefield students working on a recent bio lab on DNA Extraction
Students in FDS421 preparing burgers for Bluefield’s own Burger Love creations!
Watch this space for dates of upcoming performances!
Student council bobcats sightseeing on the Athabasca glacier near Jasper on the way to the Canadian Student Leadership Convention in Edmonton!
Welcome to Bluefield High School - Home of the Bobcats
As students and staff prepare for a new school year, I extend a sincere welcome to new and returning students and all parents and guardians.
In an increasingly competitive world, a good high school education is essential. Achieving this requires careful planning and a commitment to regular attendance and hard work. Parents and guardians are encouraged to work with the staff at Bluefield to ensure that students make this commitment. Student involvement in the many activities offered at Bluefield helps students feel part of the school community, offers new opportunities, reflects positively in future endeavours and leads to overall better success in their academics. Parents and guardians can play a large part in this by encouraging their students to become involved.
Parent involvement improves student achievement, promotes positive attitudes toward school and motivates students to succeed. Through our new website, we hope to improve communication between our school and home, and share the many successes of Bluefield's students.
Successful schools are communities: communities of learners, teachers and parents. We ask for the guidance and support of parents/guardians and the commitment of our students to continue to make Bluefield a great place to learn, work and visit. This partnership will ensure that a successful and rewarding environment exists at Bluefield for the youth of our community.
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Congratulations to all award recipients and to everyone that performed and exhibited work to make the Coffee House such a success! Also great to see some returning bobcats and a special shout-our to our 2019 Artist Of The Year Beth Kirby! https://t.co/qYCt1Qy567
Welcome to the 2018-19 school year!
Welcome back to all of our returning bobcats, and a huge welcome to all of our new bobcats - the class of 2021! We hope you all had a great summer and are looking forward to the new school year at Bluefield!
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BLUEFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Today in the cafeteria: Homemade Shepherd’s pie with side garden salad and whole wheat roll for $5.50.
Today and every day for the month of May the Inclusive Ed. Department will be selling giant freezies in the main lobby from 12-12:30. All money raised will go to Easter Seals. Cost is $1.00. Come out and help support this worthy cause.
Just a reminder that the Library will be closed to all students Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week due to the DELF testing.
Valedictorian 2019: Application forms are available in Student Services and on the counter in the main office. All applications are to be returned to Student Services. Applications are due Thursday, May 2 at 9.
The next Anne Arvidson Driving School course starts Monday, May 6th at 3:30-6:30pm at Bluefield. For more information, please text Anne at 902-394-0587.
Peer Helpers are asked to report to Mrs. Dyment’s room (235) after announcements for a quick meeting.
There will be Art Club today after school in room 203.
Students wishing to donate blood should sign up in room 273 with Mr. Theuerkauf. Donation date is May 7 from 5:00-6:30pm.
Attention grade 12 students…those students who have been accepted to either a Nursing program or LPN program, please go to Student Services following the announcements for a 5 minute meeting.
Round 2 of the cribbage tournament is now underway. Players, please have your games in by next Friday May 10th! Highest hand is tied at 28.
Staff, students and their families are invited to participate in the Walk so Kids CanTalk presented by BMO, which is happening on Sunday, May 5th at Victoria Park in Charlottetown. The gathering starts at noon near the Kiwanis Dairy Bar. All are invited to participate. If anyone is interested in fundraising, they can register online at www.walksokidscantalk.ca, and download pledge forms. More information contact Carole Cooley at 1-888-470-8880 ext. 2.
The rugby gear has arrived. See Mr. Boudreau with your permission form and payment during the lunch period.