Are you coming to Bowness next year? Worried about the rumors you are hearing? Let Mr. Fitzpatrick clear it all up for you in this handy video about our amazing school, extra curricular opportunities and fantastic community spirit!
“60’s Spectacular – A Night at Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club” on March 13
It is time for the annual Big Band Dinner and Dance presented by the Bowness High School Music Parents Association. Every year the students and parents of the Music Department transform the cafeteria into a banquet hall for this show. There are performances by the Concert Band, Choir, Vocal Jazz and Jazz Band. The evening starts at 6:00PM with dinner at 6:30. After dinner we clear a dance floor and the Jazz Band and Vocal Jazz students perform a variety of music. There is also a silent auction to raise money to support the many activities of the Music Department. For more information about tickets please contact Earl Clayton at 403-286-5092 ext.2133 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more please view our poster here.
BIG LOVE at Bowness!
The NOW (Nurturing Our Wellness) group of teachers at Bowness are excited to offer our students the opportunity to learn about healthy relationships from February 9 to 11. We will be bringing out the ‘Big Love Balls’ (white beach balls that say LOVE ) and encouraging students to take pictures with those who have a positive impact on their life or with whom they share a healthy relationship. For more information about the Big Love Ball inflatable art see bigloveball.com or @bigloveball on instagram and twitter.
Math Contest Club
The Math Contest Club will meet on every Tuesday at lunch for semester 2. Our next contest is on Tuesday Feb. 10 at 11:30 in room 214.
Calling All Girls!
Are you interested in a great opportunity to check out engineering at the University of Calgary?
If you are thinking about a future in career in an engineering field, this is the day for you!
February 19, U of C is hosting their Women in Science and Engineering Day. This is a free event that provides you with a full day of activities from 8:15 – 3:00 PM.This fun-filled interactive day includes:
information on engineering
an engineering design competition
life as an engineering student presentation
a panel discussion led by successful female engineers
If you are interested, please see Mrs. Woodcock in the Learning Commons or Mrs. Williams in room 221 for more information.
Space is Limited, so sign up now!
Are You Interested in the Trades?
The CBE and Careers: the Next Generation are pleased to host RAP/ Skilled Trades Showcase events to highlight the exciting opportunities that the trades have to offer.
These events are being held on Wednesday, February 18 at James Fowler High School and on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at Lord Beaverbrook High School. Both events run from 6:30 – 8:00 each evening.
The showcases will:
provide students with information about the skilled trades, related industries and the possibility of working in the trades
have experts share career and training-related information with high school and junior high school students
provide students and their families with an opportunity to network with employers, professional organizations/associations and post-secondary institutions directly related to the skilled trades
give students opportunities to submit applications from aspiring apprentices
The 36th Annual Trojan Classic basketball tournament will be held on Friday February 6th and Saturday February 7th. Games will run all day Friday and Saturday at Bowness and Robert Thirsk High School. The tournament will consist of teams from Calgary, Airdrie, Cranbrook, Golden, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. See poster for admission details.
Get the word out! Advertise your club or school event in the next paper. Submit the where, when, what, and who details for a basic ad or design your own to make it really pop! Contact the student newspaper at email@example.com for details or submissions.
Are you planning a school event and want to get the word out? Advertise in the student newspaper! Submit the details for a basic ad or design your own to really make it pop! For details and submissions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All in for youth
All In for Youth is a citywide initiative focused on school completion. Its goal is to reduce the high school dropout rate in Calgary by 50% by 2017. Developed by United Way of Calgary and Area, All In for Youth is guided by three principles: Keep youth in school, bring youth back and connect youth to continuing education.
2014-15 Fees and Waivers
CBE fees and transit pass waivers are now available on line at www.cbe.ab.ca/fees or in the Business Office. Waiver forms need to be returned ASAP to ensure approvals are completed before students return to school in the fall.
Transit waiver applications are now separate from fees waiver applications.