Our Grade 7/8 Lakers have been studying the importance of water and it’s role in our community and the world at large. Inspired by a recent 100km walk around Rice Lake, our students elected to do their own ceremonial walk … Read More
Congratulations to Randy Watson, from Ms. Wesselink’s Class who is the first ever elementary school student to win the Best Narrative Film award at the IEWSS Film Festival today. The film, entitled “Ideas” was about the power of positive thinking … Read More
With the purchase of our new archery kit in late spring, our junior and intermediate level students are now able to enjoy the opportunity to practice the skills needed to master the art of the bow and arrow. A number … Read More
Congratulations to Shala Reesor, Claire Mahoney-Kimble, Delaney Kimble, Brooklyn Restivo, and Madison Raymer who will have their artwork displayed in TLDSB’s Lindsay Education Centre until next spring.
” The Bobcaygeon Public School Parent Council excited to invite you to our evening of FAMILY Mindful Martial Arts! This is a FREE Event Funded by the “Parent Reaching Out Grant” that was approved for BPS. Please use the following link to sign up: … Read More
I hope you had a great March break, and some may even have headed south for a few days. I sure hope you like our nice spring weather we’re now having. Oh wait, spring forgot to bring her weather! Right now … Read More
Hey Lakers, just a reminder about our Down Syndrome Awareness Campaign this week! All proceeds will go to the Peterborough Down Syndrome Association! Wear your Blue, Yellow and Funky socks on Thursday to show your support!
On Thursday of last week, representatives from our Junior and Intermediate classes did their annual speak off in the gym and we have some excellent speakers at our school. Congratulations to all of the representatives who participated in the speak … Read More
After 3 snow days, the staff and students of BPS hit the ground running, with an action-packed day. Here are just a few of the highlights witnessed on a short tour. Madame Lepine was busy with an entourage of parents, … Read More
What do you get when you cross HUGE pieces of cardboard, duct tape, adhesive, and a bunch of creative, Grade 8 Lakers? The answer: an amazing display of talent, determination, and cooperation. Our Grade 8 students headed to the Forbert … Read More