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  • Boissevain School- June 05 news
    Tanya Unrau in her usual capable manner The children complete a pre test before the presentation and a post test in about two weeks This measures the children s knowledge of farm safety before and after attending The program is very valuable for the issue of farm safety is a crucial one It is hoped parents will review the booklets brought home with their children Our thanks to Tanya for another great presentation T A D D Teens Against Drugging and Driving The school T A D D group has held a very active Spring They held a TADD day on May 19 with various awareness activities At noon hour they had a dunk tank where students were able to soak their teachers providing they answered a trivia question related to drugging and driving There were also free draws with prizes with the only stipulation being the entrants had to identify alternatives to drugging and driving After school the TADD group held a bake sale on Main Street to help spread the word to the community A big thank you to Hazlewood s for the use of their parking lot and to all who contributed to the bake sale TOWN WIDE CLEAN UP On Friday May 20 Grades 3 to 6 students participated in a town wide clean up Classes were assigned designated streets or areas and spent about an hour picking garbage Thanks to the Town of Boissevain for providing drinks for the students Broncos Fastball 2005 Zone 9 Champions FASTBALL The Varsity Girls fastball team has completed league play The girls finished in first place with a 7 0 record On May 27 and 28 the girls travelled to Dauphin and successfully defended their championship of this tournament The girls went through undefeated against some excellent competition On

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  • Boissevain School- September 03news
    friends to come and explore their classrooms from 6 30 p m until 8 00 p m Parents and community members are invited to the library following the staff introduction to meet on an informal basis Coffee and cookies will be available in the library Hamburgers 2 00 Hot Dogs 1 00 Drinks 1 00 Proceeds to the Primary Playground Fund PEACE GARDEN MEMORIAL SERVICE The grades 5 and 6 students sang the Canadian anthem and Let There Be Peace on Earth for the memorial service on September 11 Canada s Deputy Prime Minister John Manley Premier Gary Doer U S Ambassador Paul Celluci North Dakota Governor John Hoeven and U S Counsel General Todd Swartz were also present at the ceremony MULTI MEDIA PRESENTATION The grades seven to senior four students will have the opportunity to view Jig Saw This film deals with peer pressure drugs and many of the issues dealing with students in this age group The presentation is sponsored by Jade and Boissevain School Everyone is welcome to attend this event on September 24 at 1 40 p m in the North Gym SCHOOL PICTURE S School pictures will take place on September 24 for grades K 6 and September 25 for grades 7 Senior 4 TERRY FOX RUN submitted by Shawn Kleebaum This is just a reminder that the annual Boissevain School Terry Fox Run will be held during the afternoon of Friday September 19 The grades 5 to 8 ten kilometer run will begin at 12 50 Please meet in the north gym prior to the run The senior 1 4 students will be participating in a gym blast Start time for the gym blast is 1 30 The K 2 town walk and grades 3 4 six kilometer run will begin at 2 00 We would also like to extend an invitation to all parents and community members to join us in the walk or run Thank you for your overwhelming support over the years We know this year s Terry Fox run will be another success Please contact Shawn Kleebaum 534 2494 if you have any questions about the run KIDSPORT FUND The Kidsport Fund s mission is to overcome the obstacles that prevent young people from participating in sport due to financial barriers Kidsport helps children between the ages of 5 and 17 to get involved in healthy activities by providing supports for community sport registration fees Applicants are eligible for up to 200 per child per calendar year The deadline for applications is noon on October 15 Should you require further information you may contact Sport Manitoba Westman Region at 1 866 774 2220 Ext 4 Applications are available from Sport Manitoba or Boissevain School SPRING TRIP A tentative trip for Sr 1 4 students is planned for Spring Break 2004 The destination is Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton Island Approximate cost is 1825 per student Please contact D Willson if you are interested HEALTH CARE submitted

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  • Boissevain School - October 2003 news
    in Zone 9 With only two senior four players the squad lacks experience but still hopes to be competitive Players are Curtis Brown Landon Campbell Ian Froese Danny Goodon Tyler Harper Bryson Leganchuk Randy Lilley Kelsey Robertson David Tower Landon White and Tyler Wood The coach is Mr Larry Rainnie GRADE 5 SOCCER The Grade five students participated in a soccer tournament organized by Minto and Boissevain Schools About eighty students making six teams from Minto Killarney and Boissevain Schools spent the afternoon of September 30th enjoying soccer matches on three fields set up at Boissevain School The third place trophy went to Boissevain second to Killarney and first to Minto All the participants would like to thank the Boissevain Co op for donating the delicious cookies and Sunny Delight for providing refreshments The exercise and competition were enjoyed by all BAND The band students have dusted off their instruments after a two month break Their embouchures are still recovering but they are well on their way to another great year The Senior Band will be performing for Remembrance Day and all bands are looking forward to the early Christmas Concert on Sunday November 30 at 7 30 p m The band parents organization Boissevain Music Boosters is holding its Annual General Meeting for all band parents on Thursday October 9 at 7 30 p m in the band room The band program has lost the calendar fund raiser so discussion will be held on what if anything might replace it Come to the meeting voice your opinions and have your questions answered All parents in attendance will have their names entered in the draw for a free band fee TERRY FOX RUN Boissevain School has had another successful Terry Fox Run The run was held on Friday September 19

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  • Boissevain School-November 03 News
    every second Wednesday for the remainder of the school year They will include information from primary middle school and high school events A game of the week will also be available at various times during the different sporting seasons If you do not have Access Television but would like to view the Newscasts tapes can be obtained by contacting Ms Sambrook Adams at 534 2494 MAGAZINES The senior student government held a very successful magazine campaign Over 13 000 in magazine subscriptions was sold Proceeds from the program are used to support student government activities throughout the school year This would include extra curricular activities yearbook and special presentations to the students SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR Thank you to students staff parents grandparents and community members for your support of the Book Fair at the School Library Our sales were on par with last year and I am able to order over 2000 of materials for the Library I am most grateful for your support AUTHOR VISIT Camilla Reghelini Rivers visited the School Library on November 5 Ms Rivers writes sports stories for Middle School students She spoke to the Grades 3 and 4 classes in the morning to a Senior 4 class about the writing process and to the Grade 5 class and the general public at Boissevain and Morton Regional Library at 2 p m on November 5th We were pleased that Ms Rivers was able to be with us BOISSEVAIN SCHOOL REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE Remembrance Day Service will take place Monday November 10 at 10 30 a m in the north gym The public is welcome to attend CHRISTMAS BAND CONCERT The Christmas Band Concert will be held on Sunday November 30 at 7 30 p m All bands will be performing Watch for more details at a later date NETWORK OF INNOVATIVE SCHOOLS Mr Allan Rock Minister of Industry announced the names of 36 schools that will join a network of leading schools in the application of information technology to learning Boissevain was selected as one of the schools to join the 120 schools currently in the network Mr Nantais Mr Storie and Mr Stewart travelled to Calgary to receive the award and to attend the Network of Innovative Schools Institute which was attended by 300 educators from across Canada The Institute is a professional development and networking forum to assist in integrating information technology into education In addition to receiving the professional development and networking information Boissevain received a grant of 10 000 to assist in the integration of technology in the classroom NIS certificate and award presented to the Boissevain School Team in Calgary on October 19 Mary Carman Assistant Associate Deputy Minister Industry Canada Mr Jerry Storie Superintendent Mr Allan Stewart Principal Mr Michael Nantais Computer Leader Mr Tim Hodge Director Corporate Sales Western Region Bell Mobility The Boissevain School Team at their display at the NIS intitute held in Calgary October 17 20 LtoR Mike Nantais Technology Leader Al Stewart Principal and Jerry

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  • Boissevain School- Dec 03 news
    Peer Helper group CHOCOLATE BARS The middle school is holding its annual chocolate bar sales Proceeds form this fundraiser go towards extracurricular activities field trips and middle school promotional activities Thank you for your support PRIMARY PLAYGROUND The primary playground has had some major additions to it Thank you to Mrs Leah Cann and Mrs Rhonda Kleebaum for their time work and organization in obtaining this equipment The many volunteers who assisted in the fundraising and construction of the equipment are to be commended for their time and effort as well The primary grades and community will receive many hours of entertainment from your work PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT The Parent Advisory Committee is planning to expand the Middle School playground equipment To help raise funds for the equipment they are having a cheese fundraiser The cheese will be delivered to the organizing committee by December 14 For more information please call Rhonda Kleebaum 534 6807 or Diane Hole 534 6039 CHORALFEST On Monday November 17 the Boissevain Grade 5 class travelled to Winnipeg to take part in ChoralFest 2003 Accompanied on the piano by Lorraine Dyck and directed by Esther McAuley they sang four songs They received an adjudication by 2 clinicians Catherine Robbins and Ann Koop Hunsberger The students presented an excellent performance and received an encouraging adjudication Nine parents came with us and we appreciated their support Before we left the city we had a tour of the Legislative Building Our tour guide Colette gave us a much longer tour than we had expected She was very impressed with the questions that the students came up with We were impressed with her answers Boissevain can be very proud of this group of students The ChoralFest organizers made a video tape of their performance and if anyone would wish to see it please call the office CHRISTMAS BAND CONCERT The Christmas Band Concert was well attended Many people also took time to stay and chat over coffee and dainties Many thanks to Rhonda Kleebaum and committee for their efforts Thanks also to parents and students for providing dainties Watch for information regarding the citrus sale in January PRIMARY CHRISTMAS CONCERT Please mark your calendar for the Boissevain School Primary Christmas Concert The concert will be held on Wednesday December 17 at 7 00 p m in the North gym There will be baby sitting available Hope to see you there CHRISTMAS LIGHTING Mr Beard and Mr Gray have spent many hours on the roof arranging the school s Christmas lighting display They were helped by Dale Bone Brendan Canada and Nathan Lumgair Their efforts have been much appreciated by the staff and students CANADIAN HALF PINT PRESENTATION The Canadian Half Pints have entertained over 4 000 schools across Canada and the U S and have delivered the strong Don t Tease message to thousands of students The Canadian Half Pints will provide 3 little players and one tall player coach for a presentation on December 8 at 2 15 p

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  • Boissevain School- January 04 news
    forty eager curlers The season started with a curling clinic held in November before regular Monday curling began A Christmas party was held with lots of fun games and plenty of pizza Congratulations to Tyler W Andrew K Landon W and Michael G for winning the South West Curling Super League Well done Boys DARE After a one year s absence DARE was again offered to our grades 5 and 6 students DARE means Drug Abuse Resistance Education It was taught by Constable Renee Souque and we thank the RCMP for allowing Constable Souque the time to deliver this informative program and to the Boissevain and Morton Foundation Boissevain JADE Fund and Boissevain Mental Health Group for sponsoring the program Constable Souque is to be commended for the great job she does in teaching the students about drug abuse and giving them the means to say NO to drugs DARE is a ten week program in which the students do weekly activities such as role playing participating in a question period completing a workbook and finally writing an essay in which students promise to live a drug free life On December 10 the students and their families were present for the graduation where 49 students received diplomas and DARE T shirts BASKETBALL Six basketball teams have been organized for the grades 5 Senior 4 girls The grades five and six girls are coached by Mrs Krista Clyne Mr Rod Tutkaluke and Mr Keith Forsyth The 7 and 8 girls are coached by Mr Ron Fikkert Ms Megan U and Ms Sarah U with Mrs Jill Ransom as their manager The Junior Varsity Girls are coached by Mr Al Stewart Ms Jocelyn Epp and Mr Tom Guenther with some assistance from Mr Rod Tutkaluke Mr Keith Forsyth is coaching the Varsity

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  • Boissevain School-February 2004 news
    how animals Survive the Freeze and some learned about conserving habitat for Canadian species at risk Beaver Tales was the topic for some classes while others did Ecology Games and Stargazing Some students ventured outside to study Our Wacky Weather which was the topic for Grade 7 Students in Grade 8 learned how research in waterfowl biology is done by using radio tracking equipment We would like to thank Sheldon Kowalchuk and the Turtle Mountain Conservation District for sponsoring this program from Oak Hammock Marsh All sessions were very educational and provided students with hands on activities which helped to develop awareness appreciation and an understanding of animals and our environment We look forward to the team from Ducks Unlimited returning to our school next year BAND NEWS POPS CONCERT The annual Pops Concert featuring all of the Boissevain School Bands is scheduled for Tuesday March 23 2004 Take this opportunity to mark your calendar The Music Boosters are pleased once again with the community s response to the citrus fruit fundraiser The arrival date for the fruit is some time near the end of February Customers will be phoned when the fruit arrives RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS February 9 15 2004 is Random Acts of Kindness week Be Kind To Others Be Kind To Yourself Be Kind To The Earth As part of Random Acts of Kindness week There will be presentations on tolerance in the Middle School FESTIVAL DU VOYAGEUR Once again the Grades 7 12 French students will be traveling to Winnipeg on Friday February 20th to take part in this annual celebration of Winter and the French people of Manitoba We have a full day planned starting at 6 00 a m and returning home around 8 00 p m Throughout the day we will learn

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  • Boissevain School- March '04 news
    who purchased fruit Special thanks to Linda Klassen Lorraine Neufeld and their committee I LOVE TO READ MONTH submitted by Mrs Deacon Mrs Good Mrs Wintle The month of February was filled with many exciting activities for K 4 students February 5 Read Around the Rooms Teachers in grades K 2 and grades 3 4 shared favorite books in a rotation of the classrooms February 9 Rock N Read Rocking chairs were placed in the Open Area and Library and children and adults kept the chairs rocking continuously from 9 00 until 3 30 as they read favorite books and magazines February 16 20 Reading Alert Fire sirens sounded but rather than flee the building we dropped everything and read for 10 minutes each day Silence reigned Guest reader was Andrea Kentner dressed in her fire fighting outfit During the month bulletin boards and doors were decorated with a display of favorite characters and authors Other guest readers were our superintendent Mr Jerry Storie custodian Mr Doug Gray and parent Mrs Missy Ransom Mrs Wintle s grade 2 s enjoyed sharing books this month with a great group of Senior 1 s Monday February 23 saw all K 4 children and staff in pyjamas slippers and housecoats While enjoying favorite books with our stuffed toys we were treated to cookies and chocolate milk courtesy of Boissevain Co op Karen Harilstad Co op General Manager entertained the group with Robert Munsch s MMM Cookies A good time was had by all THAT S A WRAP Filming has wrapped up on this year s Advanced Software Applications and Literary English major movie project Editing of the movie will be starting very soon We are on schedule for a spring release of the movie Thomas Adventure Stay tuned for further developments and a final release date We would also like to thank the Boissevain Theater and ADLIB for the use of the theater set and props JUNIOR BONSPIEL submitted by Mrs Krowchuk Our Junior Bonspiel was held on Saturday February 28 We had 15 rinks from Souris Melita Killarney and Boissevain Everyone was a winner and we hope they had some fun Thank you to all the local businesses the curling club and parents for their donations of prizes food and time SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION Senior Four Students and Parents Scholarship applications are arriving on a regular basis Scholarship information is posted across from the common room and students should check it regularly as it arrives Below are links to current scholarship information MTS www mts ca careers scholarships Canadian Legion www legion ca Hospitality and Tourism ww chfscholarships com Greyhound Travel www greyhound ca MB Status for Women www gov mb ca wd Brandon Wheat King Memorial Award www wheatkings com Some other applications that are currently available include Aboriginal Business Education Awards and Employment Equity awards Manitoba Trucking Lotteries Monsetto and Royal Canadian Legion A number of links to scholarship and post secondary information can be found on our LINKS page KIDS

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