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
Our annual Winter Carnival is being held on Thursday, March 7. Students will be participating in a wide range of winter games and activities. Students need to be prepared to be outside for the majority of the day. Feel free … Read More
If you are looking for information about special events within the school, please visit our website and have a look at our Google Calendar. Dates and times for school wide events and some classroom events are posted there.
On Thursday, February 14 we are celebrating Valentine’s Day. Students are encouraged to participate in our spirit day by wearing pink, red and white. Each division will have a dance in the gym. If your child is bringing treats to … Read More
Thanks to these young fellows for putting together our Rig-a-ma-jig. It’s our latest addition to the maker space in the library. And by the way, it was Friday Tie Day too!
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
Students in Ms. Gilpin and Mr. Krueger’s classes teamed up to study composting and changes in soil.
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
The office has had a number of calls and complaints reporting that the end of day parking situation on Balaclava St. has resulted in a number of “near collisions” and unsafe situations for our precious Lakers and their families. In … Read More