What a season it has been for Athletics at Burnaby Mountain Seconday. Our Lion’s Pride has been on full display as the fall season has progressed. Here are some of the many results. Be sure to check out the Mountain Athletics Blog for more details and pictures. You also might want to check out the story of our Senior Boys Soccer Team who have advanced to the Provincial Finals happening this week from November 22-24 at Burnaby Lake West. Be sure to get out and support all of our teams! #GoLions
Junior Girls Cross Country – District Banner
Senior Boys Cross Country – District & V&D Banner
Juvenile Boys Rugby – District Banner
Senior Boys Soccer – District Banner
Juvenile Girls Volleyball – District Banner
Junior Boys Volleyball – District Banner
Burnaby Mountain Secondary School Student Council invites you to attend our annual event, Culture Fest 2018, which highlights the diverse cultures at BMSS. This charity fundraiser and celebration of diversity in our school features performances and foods from various cultures. This year, all proceeds from this event will go towards the Alzheimer’s Society of BC.
We would love to see you at our annual event on Thursday, November 22 at 6:30 pm
in our Gym 1. There will be food and entertainment.
Tickets can be purchased at lunch in the commons or at the door for $3 each or for $5 for two, food & refreshment tickets for $1 per portion.
On October 18th at 10:20 AM., millions of people worldwide will practice how to “Drop, Cover and Hold On” during Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills. At Burnaby Mountain Secondary School we have registered to be part of the 2018 Great British Columbia ShakeOut. Participating in this event is a way for our school community to learn how to be more prepared to survive and recover quickly from big earthquakes. In addition to participating in this drill at school, we hope that you will use some of the resources found in the links below to help educate and inform you about earthquake preparedness at home and that you will make a plan with your family about what to do in the event of a natural disaster such as a serious earthquake.
Great BC Shakeout website
Fault Lines – A CBC Radio Podcast and Website about what might happen if a catastrophic earthquake hit Canada’s West Coast. In Fault Lines CBC Vancouver Seismologist Johanna Wagstaffe guides you through two disastrous scenarios so you can prepare yourself, your family, and your neighbours.
BC Government Emergency Response and Recovery website