SUMMER FUN DAY YEAR END PICNIC Our annual summer fun day will be on Thursday, June 29th. The PAC and school are working together to put on this special event. Students will participate in various events with their class. Teachers will supervise their own classes. Lunch At 11:45, classes will begin to make their way to the Picnic Shelter on the Rec. Center grounds. Pre-ordered food will be available. A picnic meal of either a Wendy’s cheeseburger or nuggets and chips… Read More
AWARDS CEREMONY Parents are invited to attend our Awards Ceremony Assembly on Wednesday, June 29th at 9:40 A.M We will be handing out a variety of awards to student recipients in grades 5-8. The purpose of the awards assembly is to celebrate our learning and recognize students for demonstrating accomplishments at Bothwell School, whether it be through their academics, athletics, volunteerism, or leadership. Many students will be recognized with certificates for their hard work and efforts, and some will be… Read More
We are excited to invite you to our “Bothwell’s Got Talent” variety show. This student – led event will take place on Tuesday, June 27 at 10:30 a.m. Students are preparing songs, poems, skits, dance / gymnastic routines, and maybe a few surprise items! Auditions will be held during the first couple of weeks in June, so please remind your child to practice and show their best effort. We’re looking forward to a fun-filled, talent-packed show!
YEARBOOK ORDERS Parents/guardians can now order and pay for a copy of the 2022-23 Yearbook through the Lifetouch website at ybpay.ca . The cost is $20. Use Yearbook ID Code 12470123 when ordering. Parents can order and pay on-line through this website up until June 21, 2023.You can also order using the paper flyer/order form that will be sent home on May 5. May 5. If ordering with the paper flyer/order form, your Parent Portal account will be charged. The deadline… Read More
EARTH DAY 2023 Earth Day celebrations have been delayed to April 28. Students at Bothwell School will be participating in a school yard and community clean up, as well as collaborating to find ways to help our Earth. Please remember to dress appropriately for the clean-up tasks. Rubber gloves will be provided, but the older students will be cleaning in the ditches, so rubber boots might be necessary. Stay tuned for updates, as the community cleanup may be postponed if a… Read More
BOTHWELL SCHOOL PRESENTS!! We are very excited for our Grade 7 & 8 upcoming play, “Disorder in the Court“. Casey Licit is on a cross-country road trip when she’s apprehended and held for trial in a town appropriately named Berserksville. Charged with an outrageous triple crime, Casey maintains her innocence. There’s a parade of witnesses whose testimony is nothing more than twisted fibs, boastful self-promotion, or gabby gossip. Casey soon sees that her only chance at justice lies in her… Read More
BATTERY BUSTER Battery Drive Did you know that household batteries are toxic to our environment? Did you know that household batteries are full of acids that can contaminate our soil and water supply? Did you know that household batteries can be dropped off at participating depots or here at Bothwell School? The Grade 3/4 class will be coordinating a household battery collection program during the month of April. We are looking for any regular household batteries, including rechargeable batteries, that… Read More
Term 2 report cards will be available to view on Parent Portal on March 24th at 3:30. To access your child’s report card, please visit HSD Parent Portal at http://powerschool.hsd.ca . The on-line Parent Portal is the divisional default delivery method for report cards.
This is simply a reminder that our school’s Jump Rope for Heart jump off event is this Friday afternoon. We kicked off our fundraising campaign on March 9th. If your child would like to fundraise, there is still time for them to do so! All money raised will support the Heart and Stroke foundation in their efforts to promote children’s health and fund vital heart and stroke research. If you would like to support your child’s fundraising efforts, you can… Read More
The Lost and Found table will be set up in the front foyer March 22-23. Parents and students are welcome to stop by and look for any items that may belong to them. All unclaimed items will be packed up and will be donated to a local charity.