Burnaby’s Got Talent 2018 is here! The District Student Advisory Council’s signature event will be taking place on April 16th at Michael J. Fox Theatre. This annual showcase of Burnaby’s finest talent will feature all manner of singing, dancing, beat-boxing and more! Tickets are $5, and you can pick them up from your local DSAC representative at any high school or purchase them here! All proceeds from the event will be going to the Burnaby Centre for Mental Health and Addiction, a charitable organization that helps those in the community. Come out on April 16th to support your school’s talent or just to see some amazing performances! The spotlight is waiting! BUY YOUR TICKETS BEFORE WE SELL OUT!
EVENTBRITE LINK: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/burnabys-got-talent-tickets-33178964175?aff=eac2
FACEBOOK EVENT LINK: https://www.facebook.com/events/164032461048569/
From April 4th to May 2nd every Wednesday will be tutorial day, which will consist of a 5 period day. (Please click here for the Tutorial Day Bell Schedule). In the first period of the day, you will attend the tutorial workshop of your choosing for 5 weeks.
This is a reminder that Grade 8 and 9 students are required to sign-up for a topic that they have not previously registered in. Registration will close on Thursday, March 8th at 9 pm.
The link will open on Tuesday, March 6th at 8pm. To access the link click -> HERE
On MARCH 7, 2018, Come to the lower commons on your way in the building to make your pledge to unplug from your cell phone for the day. The first 400 students to commit will receive a ‘cell phone sleeping bag’, and a healthy snack to jump start your day!
At lunch, join us in the library to participate in the live chat room
- Connect with others
- Live in the present
- Challenge yourself
- Tune in and recharge
Students in Grades 9-12 at Burnaby Mountain Secondary will be participating in the COMPASS Study on February 20th. We hope that our participation in this study will provide us with some data that will help guide us as we continue work on our Healthy Schools Goal. This will involve completing a 45 minute questionnaire about healthy eating, physical activity, sedentary behaviour, smoking, alcohol and drug-use, mental health and bullying. Please read the attached document for more information about the study.
Click Here to read the letter for parents about the Compass Study.