The Blackville Senior Boys Volleyball Team received new uniforms complements of NBCC-Miramichi.

Pictured are: Coach Buggie, Captain Daniel Brophy, Alex Hallihan and NBCC-Miramichi Regional Director Karen White-O'Connell.

The grade 5 floor hockey team finished off a terrific season with a 14-13 Overtime win against Croft Elementary to win the Allision Cup. William Schofield scored the overtime winner for Blackville. Congratulations to all players on a great season!

       Blackville School will be presenting its annual Choir and Band Spring Concert on Tuesday, May 27/14 at 7:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria.  The concert will feature performances by the Blackville School Elementary Choir, the Blackville School Girls’ Choir, the Blackville School Jazz Band along with the Grade 9U Instrumental Class, and some vocal solos.  Beverages and fudge will be sold during the intermission.  Admission is $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for students.  Parents are asked to enter the school by the main entrance, proceed upstairs, and down the hallway to the cafeteria.  All choir and band/instrumental students should arrive at the school on May 27 by 6:45 p.m.

The ASD-N Boys Volleyball Championship will be held on Tuesday, May 20 at Miramichi Valley High School.  The Blackville School boys play their first game at 4:45 against Nelson.  See the attachment for the full schedule and details. 

Congratulations to Leah Hennessy, Brooke Furlong and Kelsey Arbeau for winning the top poster prize for a group project they completed for their English 112, Of Mice and Men novel.  Great job, girls!

Senior boys completed their season this weekend and did not qualify for Provincials next weekend. The team would like to thank NBCC Miramichi for the sponsorship of the new uniforms.

Congratulations to the Blackville Middle school for their performance at the provincial drama Festival in Fredericton on May 7. They received adjudicator awards for props, costumes and first time at the festival.A special honorable mention was given to Isabella Hallihan for her Comedic performance.

See the image gallery for more Drama Festival Fun!

We are asking BHS staff and students to wear red on Friday, May 9th in support of National Day of Honour. 

The Harper government has plans to hold a large ceremony May 9th for the National Day of Honour. The day serves as a tribute for the men and women who served in Afghanistan and will see 300 troops representing every unit to have served in the Middle Eastern country march from the War Museum up to Parliament Hill.

Please find the May newsletter below.

Congratulations to all students who participated in the 2014 BHS Spell-A-Thon.  The top fundraisers were as follows:

Jaden 4D  First Place Winner.  Ipad Mini

Andrea 5H  Second Place.  Nintendo3DSXL

Amy Walls 3/4M  Third place.  Bike

Kyle  1M  Third place.  Bike

Winners of the Movie night were Lincoln in KC and Emily in 3M.

Pictures of all winners can be found in the image gallery.

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