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Thank You Volunteers!
Volunteer Week April 12 - 18 - Message from the CEO/Director (PDF)
Provincial Digital Citizenship Initiative
- Letter (PDF) -- Overview of the Initiative by Lucy Warren (AD Education - Programs for NLESD - Eastern Region).
- Permission Form (PDF) --- To be completed; signed and returned to the school.
A Brave Farewell
Check out the events for our closing celebrations on our facebook page.
Booth Daycare Success Story
Check out the documentary here.
Safe Graduation Contract
Safe Grad Contract available here (PDF).
Booth Memorial's Last Prom ... Last Safe Grad
- Taking place on Saturday, May 9th at the Delta Hotel. The meet and greet will be from 5:30-6:30; the Grand March will be at 7:00 and the meal will be served at 7:30.
- Tickets cost $75 each and are available now.
- Safe Grad will be held at Booth Memorial immediately following the dance at the Delta.
2015 Public Exam Preparation Classes - 8 Week Program
The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District will be offering a 8 week Public Exam Preparation Program from April to June 2015. This program will be offered twice a week on Monday and Thursday evenings at Gonzaga High School, Smithville Crescent, St. John’s. Classes will begin after the Easter Break.
Registration will be held on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Gonzaga High School. Students can only register for one course and courses will be offered based on the overall level of student interest. Participants will be required to complete a registration form and the required fee of $185.00 per course will be paid during the first week of classes. No refunds will be issued after Monday, April 20, 2015.
Cash/Debit/Visa/Mastercard will be available. No cheques accepted.
Registration form is available here (PDF).
For further information please call Brenda Hickey at 758-2700.
MUN Calculus/Math Placement Test (CPT/MPT)
If this applies to you, registration is time sensitive. More information is available here (PDF).
Congratulations -- 4A Girls Basketball Champions
Provincial Tier 1 4A Girls Basketball Champions @Laval4As @BMHSnews twice repeated by Booth http://t.co/UuhAbi8faX
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School Climate Survey
The parent/guardian survey will be completed online by parents/guardians of students in grades 2, 5, and 7 to Level III. Copies of a pamphlet titled, “Your Voice Matters”, are available for distribution to the parents/guardians. The parent survey is located at http://fluidsurveys.com/s/SCSparent/ . Anyone with difficulties accessing the online survey can contact Allan Johnson (729-1126) or Jennifer Smith (729-5588) at the Department of Education. Link to Memo (PDF).
CDLI Offers Free Online and Face-to-face Tutoring
The Centre for Distance Learning and Innovation would like to inform all students and parents that they have FREE online tutoring for all students in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. CDLI has 15 very qualified post-secondary students who provide tutoring services during the evenings (Mon – Thurs) and on the weekends.
Tutoring is available in many high school courses and grade 9 Math and Science. Students can access tutoring by going to the following website – www.cdli.ca/tutoring. At the website students will find an "online tutoring" schedule as well as the instructions to access the tutoring. For information with regard to the "Face-to-face" tutoring as well as any others questions please contact Anne-Marie Dalley, CDLI Guidance Counsellor at (709) 884-2632 or email@example.com.
CLOSING OF BOOTH MEMORIAL HIGH TO BE CELEBRATED WITH “A BRAVE FAREWELL”
A Weekend Scheduled in May for Commemorative Events
Booth Memorial High is hosting a celebratory weekend of events from May 22nd-24th 2015 to commemorate the school’s 54 years as it prepares to close its doors for good this June. The weekend will kick off on Friday evening with a Fine Arts Night filled with a variety of Booth alumni as the performers. Other weekend events include a silent auction of Booth memorabilia, basketball games comprised of alumni and current students, and much more. Teachers, alumni, and current students are welcomed and encouraged to bring their families and participate in all events.
The Fine Arts Night will be taking place on Friday, May 22nd in the Booth Memorial High gymnasium. There will be open seating, with doors open at 6:45pm and show at 7:30pm. A full lineup of performers will be released on March 31st. Tickets will be on sale for $10 as of March 1st. They will be available for purchase at Booth Memorial High School and Rocket Bakery.
We are currently seeking talented alumni to submit an act for the show. Singers, dancers, comedians, and all other talented alumni are encouraged to apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Jackie Hyde, a co-organizer of the event and current teacher, said “We’re hoping to have participants from every decade take the stage that night. I know current students and staff are very excited about the closing celebrations. Now we need to get the word out to all alumni.”
For more information and to find a link to the Facebook event, visit
Check out the Alumni Talent Search
Social Justice Club is raising money to help fund a schoolhouse in Ghana, Africa with Free the Children. Stay tuned for future fund-raising activities.
The group has setup a donation page at
Scent-Free Building: A ReminderReminder to the Booth Community that Booth Memorial High School is a "Scent-Free Building". We have a number of students as well as staff who have sensitivities to scented products. People with asthma and allergies to scented products can have reactions which affect their ability to breathe.
Please restrict your use of scented products when coming to Booth. Such products include body sprays and perfume/aftershave.
Recycling of Beverage ContainersAn ongoing fund-raising activity for Booth Memorial is our beverage container recycling program. Booth Memorial High School has three accounts set up with Evergreen Recycling. You can drop off your items at any Evergreen depot noting the appropriate card number; you can decide which activity will benefit from your donation.
Card Number Group
1030271 Special Services
1030272 Safe Grad
Thank you for your support.
Our Breakfast ProgramCurrently our students come to us from Beaconsfield and Holy Cross Junior High. These schools have identified a need for a breakfast program for their students. They operate a Breakfast Club in association with the Kids Eat Smart program. This program will restart on September 15th.
In the past year we have recognized the fact that the needs of these students do not disappear when they transition to High School. As a result we have now instituted our own Kids Eat Smart program.
We are providing a breakfast of toast, juice, fruit, etc each morning Monday to Friday. This is open to all students, not just to those who cannot afford it. The philosophy is that all students perform better in school if they eat properly.
Food for this project comes from donations and sponsorship. Any money or in -kind contributions are matched dollar for dollar by Kids Eat Smart. If you would like to make a contribution or if you have a contact in the corporate world who might help us out please contact email@example.com or at 579 6465.
A tax receipt can be provided for the value of any contributions.
|Fri. April 17||Term Work Due||3:00 pm|
|Thurs. Apr 30||Reports Released||2:55 pm|
|Fri. May 1||TBA||8:45 - 3:00|
|Sat. May 9||Prom and Safe Grad|
|Mon. May 18||Victoria Day - No Classes||May 19 = Day 2|
|Fri. June 5||Term Work Due||3:00 pm|
|June 15 - 24||Final Exams||Dates to be Confirmed|
|Thurs. Jun 25||Reports Released||Last day for Students|
|Fri. June 26||Administration Day for Teachers|