Congratulations to Sameer Esmail (Grade 8) for being in the Top 20 of Canada’s Brightest Geography students. Sameer will be competing in the 2015 National Championship of the Canadian Geographic Challenge May 2-4 in Ottawa. Good Luck Sameer!
WHAT'S NEW @ MOUNTAIN
Dear Parents and Guardians,
The District Student Advisory Council cordially invites you to Burnaby’s Got Talent 2015 – our annual district-wide charity event! DSAC is a group of 40 student leaders from schools throughout the District who connect with the Board of Education to represent the student voice.
Burnaby’s Got Talent, our annual charity event, will be held on Wednesday, April 8th, 6:30 pm at theMichael J. Fox Theatre. There’s an endless variety of student talents across our city, ranging from dancing acts, to bands, and much more! There will also be door prizes, a silent auction with generously donated items and concession. Tickets are only $8 for students and $10 for adults and may be purchased at https://burnaby.schoolcashonline.com/Fee through the School Cash Online system.
100% of your support will go towards fostering the maintenance and growth of Kinbrace – a local organization dedicated to providing housing, orientation, and education to refugees and new immigrants to Canada. Their work is rooted in building relationships and hospitality and they direct newcomers through the complexities of systems and culture for purposeful integration. They make vastly significant contributions on vulnerable populations around us, and we deeply hope that you will join us in supporting their efforts! To learn more about kinbrace, please visit them at www.kinbrace.ca
Should you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact DSAC president Janani Ravikularam at firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you at Burnaby’s Got Talent this year, to celebrate with us the great student talents and more importantly, fulfill our obligation as socially conscious citizens – lending a helping hand to those who need it most.
You are invited to join us on Wednesday, March 25th for a special presentation of teenagers: The Magical Teenage Brain is being offered by the BMSS PAC at no cost to you, however tickets must be reserved in advance. The event will be held in the BMSS Gym from 7-8:30.
Please visit the link below to reserve your tickets
Guest speaker Gary Anaka offers a unique, passionate, high-energy workshop that parents will enjoy; they will be engaged and involved from start to finish. Mr. Anaka connects recent research with leading edge strategies on how to understand, communicate with, and engage the teenage brain. The session is filled with hope and optimism for their future.
SUPPORTING YOUR TEENAGER TO DO WELL IN SCHOOL AND SUCCEED IN LIFE
Discover how to:
- Nourish their brain and reduce stress
- Learn in a brain compatible way
- Get teenagers moving and why it is critical to do so
- Literally grow new brain cells and new connections every day
- Avoid brain killers
- Use correct brain states for learning
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