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Week of April 19th

Welcome Back Titans! Unfortunately we have been instructed to move to online/remote learning to start Quad 4.  Please see the detailed letter from our Director and Chair of the Board on the banner of our school website.

Students are asked to check their school email accounts on or before April 20th. Quad 4 timetables have been emailed to students. Students will be receiving information from their Quad 4, Week A teacher and asynchronous work will be assigned on April 20th. 

Upcoming Important Dates:

April 19th – Reporting Day (no classes)

April 20th – Quad 4 begins.  Asynchronous learning and with an email from your Quad 4, Week A teacher

April 21st - Synchronous learning begins

A message from Guidance.  Have you applied to college or university for the fall?  Are you planning on applying for OSAP?  Please go to trinitycatholic.ca to find an informative presentation about OSAP.  It can be found under our video library.  

Norfolk Council, Amy Martin, is spearheading "Project Porch Light".  This initiative is designed to engage students in a mentorship program and to help students stay connected to Norfolk county.  For more information, please visit Amy Martin's social media sites on tiktok, instagram and twitter @AmyFor6 . Facebook, Amy Martin Ward 6 or Project Porch Light.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/848267475756509.

Attention Grade 12s.  There are a number of scholarships coming due in April and we encourage you to apply. Come check out the scholarship board in Guidance and go on the school website under the Student Life tab - and click Financing Your Education.  You'll find more information about scholarships there.

Guidance wants to hear from this year's graduates about their plans for next year.  We are starting our WALL OF HONOUR bulletin board outside of Guidance and want to recognize our grads and where they are going.  This includes students who have accepted college or university offers, as well as those going to work or returning to HT.  Please come down to Michele's desk and sign up. We're also wanting you to check the name that is going on your diploma.  There is a list of graduates at Michele's desk and we ask that you verify the spelling and the name that you want to appear on your diploma.

Attention students interested in applying for the School Letter or Titan Award.  Applications are available under the "Student Life" tab on the school website.  Applications are due on May 21st. 

Parents are encouraged to visit our Board’s website (bhncdsb.ca) and visit the FAQ page about important information regarding online/remote learning.

Friday, April 9, 2021

We want to wish all of our Titans an AWESOME Spring Break!  Stay Safe!

Quad 4 timetables have been emailed to student email accounts.

Upcoming Important Dates:

April 19th – Reporting Day (no classes)

April 20th – Quad 4 begins

Attentions Titans!  Please check the table in front of the main office for lost and found items!

Attention Titans!  TLC is closed this morning to accommodate for exams being written.  TLC will reopen this afternoon.

A message from Guidance.  Have you applied to college or university for the fall?  Are you planning on applying for OSAP?  Please go to trinitycatholic.ca to find an informative presentation about OSAP.  It can be found under our video library.  

There are positions available at Norfolk Conservation Area in Port Ryerse and at Haldimand Conservation Area in Nanticoke, if you are interested, please see the Jobs Board in Guidance.

Another bursary opportunity has come in for students in Grade 12 who have applied to programs related to policing, law or justice.  More information about how to apply can be found on the Scholarship Board in Guidance, as well as the school website under Student Life and Financing Your Education.

Norfolk Council, Amy Martin, is spearheading "Project Porch Light".  This initiative is designed to engage students in a mentorship program and to help students stay connected to Norfolk county.  For more information, please visit Amy Martin's social media sites on tiktok, instagram and twitter @AmyFor6 . Facebook, Amy Martin Ward 6 or Project Porch Light.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/848267475756509.

"Dream it Be it" is hosting an all-girls free event this April 10th, from 10AM to 2:30PM, that involves fun cooking tips and recipes, certificates, keynote speakers and virtual activities . This non-school affiliated event is full of fun and is an interactive way to learn more about what it means to be an empowering young woman while also receiving real life tips that assist in striving in life. Check out our website at: soroptimistgranderie.ca for more information and registration.   

Attention Grade 12s.  There are a number of scholarships coming due in April and we encourage you to apply. Come check out the scholarship board in Guidance and go on the school website under the Student Life tab - and click Financing Your Education.  You'll find more information about scholarships there.

Guidance wants to hear from this year's graduates about their plans for next year.  We are starting our WALL OF HONOUR bulletin board outside of Guidance and want to recognize our grads and where they are going.  This includes students who have accepted college or university offers, as well as those going to work or returning to HT.  Please come down to Michele's desk and sign up. We're also wanting you to check the name that is going on your diploma.  There is a list of graduates at Michele's desk and we ask that you verify the spelling and the name that you want to appear on your diploma.

Attention students interested in applying for the School Letter or Titan Award.  Applications are available under the "Student Life" tab on the school website.  Applications are due on May 21st. 

Students are required to complete the COVID self-assessment screening every day before school. Students who do not pass the COVID screening should not attend school that day. The completion of the self-assessment will be verbally confirmed by the student to their teacher at the start of each day. The screening can be found at https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

Parents are encouraged to visit our Board’s website (bhncdsb.ca) and visit the FAQ page about important information regarding online/remote learning.

Thursday, April 8, 2021

Quad 4 timetables will be emailed to student email accounts on Thursday, April 8th

Upcoming Important Dates:

April 19th – Reporting Day (no classes)

April 20th – Quad 4 begins

Attentions Titans!  Please check the table in front of the main office for lost and found items!

Attention Titans!  TLC is closed this morning to accommodate for exams being written.  TLC will reopen this afternoon.

A message from Guidance.  Have you applied to college or university for the fall?  Are you planning on applying for OSAP?  Please go to trinitycatholic.ca to find an informative presentation about OSAP.  It can be found under our video library.  

There are positions available at Norfolk Conservation Area in Port Ryerse and at Haldimand Conservation Area in Nanticoke, if you are interested, please see the Jobs Board in Guidance.

Another bursary opportunity has come in for students in Grade 12 who have applied to programs related to policing, law or justice.  More information about how to apply can be found on the Scholarship Board in Guidance, as well as the school website under Student Life and Financing Your Education.

Norfolk Council, Amy Martin, is spearheading "Project Porch Light".  This initiative is designed to engage students in a mentorship program and to help students stay connected to Norfolk county.  For more information, please visit Amy Martin's social media sites on tiktok, instagram and twitter @AmyFor6 . Facebook, Amy Martin Ward 6 or Project Porch Light.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/848267475756509.

"Dream it Be it" is hosting an all-girls free event this April 10th, from 10AM to 2:30PM, that involves fun cooking tips and recipes, certificates, keynote speakers and virtual activities . This non-school affiliated event is full of fun and is an interactive way to learn more about what it means to be an empowering young woman while also receiving real life tips that assist in striving in life. Check out our website at: soroptimistgranderie.ca for more information and registration.   

Attention Grade 12s.  There are a number of scholarships coming due in April and we encourage you to apply. Come check out the scholarship board in Guidance and go on the school website under the Student Life tab - and click Financing Your Education.  You'll find more information about scholarships there.

Guidance wants to hear from this year's graduates about their plans for next year.  We are starting our WALL OF HONOUR bulletin board outside of Guidance and want to recognize our grads and where they are going.  This includes students who have accepted college or university offers, as well as those going to work or returning to HT.  Please come down to Michele's desk and sign up. We're also wanting you to check the name that is going on your diploma.  There is a list of graduates at Michele's desk and we ask that you verify the spelling and the name that you want to appear on your diploma.

Attention students interested in applying for the School Letter or Titan Award.  Applications are available under the "Student Life" tab on the school website.  Applications are due on May 21st. 

Students are required to complete the COVID self-assessment screening every day before school. Students who do not pass the COVID screening should not attend school that day. The completion of the self-assessment will be verbally confirmed by the student to their teacher at the start of each day. The screening can be found at https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

Parents are encouraged to visit our Board’s website (bhncdsb.ca) and visit the FAQ page about important information regarding online/remote learning.

Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Attention Titans!  TLC is closed this morning to accommodate for exams being written.  TLC will reopen this afternoon.

A message from Guidance.  Have you applied to college or university for the fall?  Are you planning on applying for OSAP?  Please go to trinitycatholic.ca to find an informative presentation about OSAP.  It can be found under our video library.  

There are positions available at Norfolk Conservation Area in Port Ryerse and at Haldimand Conservation Area in Nanticoke, if you are interested, please see the Jobs Board in Guidance.

Another bursary opportunity has come in for students in Grade 12 who have applied to programs related to policing, law or justice.  More information about how to apply can be found on the Scholarship Board in Guidance, as well as the school website under Student Life and Financing Your Education.

Norfolk Council, Amy Martin, is spearheading "Project Porch Light".  This initiative is designed to engage students in a mentorship program and to help students stay connected to Norfolk county.  For more information, please visit Amy Martin's social media sites on tiktok, instagram and twitter @AmyFor6 . Facebook, Amy Martin Ward 6 or Project Porch Light.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/848267475756509.

"Dream it Be it" is hosting an all-girls free event this April 10th, from 10AM to 2:30PM, that involves fun cooking tips and recipes, certificates, keynote speakers and virtual activities . This non-school affiliated event is full of fun and is an interactive way to learn more about what it means to be an empowering young woman while also receiving real life tips that assist in striving in life. Check out our website at: soroptimistgranderie.ca for more information and registration.   

Attention Grade 12s.  There are a number of scholarships coming due in April and we encourage you to apply. Come check out the scholarship board in Guidance and go on the school website under the Student Life tab - and click Financing Your Education.  You'll find more information about scholarships there.

Guidance wants to hear from this year's graduates about their plans for next year.  We are starting our WALL OF HONOUR bulletin board outside of Guidance and want to recognize our grads and where they are going.  This includes students who have accepted college or university offers, as well as those going to work or returning to HT.  Please come down to Michele's desk and sign up. We're also wanting you to check the name that is going on your diploma.  There is a list of graduates at Michele's desk and we ask that you verify the spelling and the name that you want to appear on your diploma.

Attention students interested in applying for the School Letter or Titan Award.  Applications are available under the "Student Life" tab on the school website.  Applications are due on May 21st. 

Students are required to complete the COVID self-assessment screening every day before school. Students who do not pass the COVID screening should not attend school that day. The completion of the self-assessment will be verbally confirmed by the student to their teacher at the start of each day. The screening can be found at https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

Parents are encouraged to visit our Board’s website (bhncdsb.ca) and visit the FAQ page about important information regarding online/remote learning.

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

A message from Guidance.  Have you applied to college or university for the fall?  Are you planning on applying for OSAP?  Please go to trinitycatholic.ca to find an informative presentation about OSAP.  It can be found under our video library.  

There are positions available at Norfolk Conservation Area in Port Ryerse and at Haldimand Conservation Area in Nanticoke, if you are interested, please see the Jobs Board in Guidance.

Another bursary opportunity has come in for students in Grade 12 who have applied to programs related to policing, law or justice.  More information about how to apply can be found on the Scholarship Board in Guidance, as well as the school website under Student Life and Financing Your Education.

Norfolk Council, Amy Martin, is spearheading "Project Porch Light".  This initiative is designed to engage students in a mentorship program and to help students stay connected to Norfolk county.  For more information, please visit Amy Martin's social media sites on tiktok, instagram and twitter @AmyFor6 . Facebook, Amy Martin Ward 6 or Project Porch Light.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/848267475756509.

"Dream it Be it" is hosting an all-girls free event this April 10th, from 10AM to 2:30PM, that involves fun cooking tips and recipes, certificates, keynote speakers and virtual activities . This non-school affiliated event is full of fun and is an interactive way to learn more about what it means to be an empowering young woman while also receiving real life tips that assist in striving in life. Check out our website at: soroptimistgranderie.ca for more information and registration.   

Attention Grade 12s.  There are a number of scholarships coming due in April and we encourage you to apply. Come check out the scholarship board in Guidance and go on the school website under the Student Life tab - and click Financing Your Education.  You'll find more information about scholarships there.

Guidance wants to hear from this year's graduates about their plans for next year.  We are starting our WALL OF HONOUR bulletin board outside of Guidance and want to recognize our grads and where they are going.  This includes students who have accepted college or university offers, as well as those going to work or returning to HT.  Please come down to Michele's desk and sign up. We're also wanting you to check the name that is going on your diploma.  There is a list of graduates at Michele's desk and we ask that you verify the spelling and the name that you want to appear on your diploma.

Attention students interested in applying for the School Letter or Titan Award.  Applications are available under the "Student Life" tab on the school website.  Applications are due on May 21st. 

Students are required to complete the COVID self-assessment screening every day before school. Students who do not pass the COVID screening should not attend school that day. The completion of the self-assessment will be verbally confirmed by the student to their teacher at the start of each day. The screening can be found at https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

Parents are encouraged to visit our Board’s website (bhncdsb.ca) and visit the FAQ page about important information regarding online/remote learning.

Thursday, April 1, 2021

We want to wish all our Titan Families a very Blessed Easter weekend!

Voting for next year's Student Council Co-President concludes TODAY at 1:30pm.  All voting will take place electronically through the BHNHub.  Students will only be allowed to vote once through their account.

Just a reminder to students who have signed up for next year's guitar course.  Today is the deadline to return your surveys to Guidance.  Please bring them down and place them in the red tray on the counter at some point today.

There are positions available at Norfolk Conservation Area in Port Ryerse and at Haldimand Conservation Area in Nanticoke, if you are interested, please see the Jobs Board in Guidance.

Another bursary opportunity has come in for students in Grade 12 who have applied to programs related to policing, law or justice.  More information about how to apply can be found on the Scholarship Board in Guidance, as well as the school website under Student Life and Financing Your Education.

"Dream it Be it" is hosting an all-girls free event this April 10th, from 10AM to 2:30PM, that involves fun cooking tips and recipes, certificates, keynote speakers and virtual activities . This non-school affiliated event is full of fun and is an interactive way to learn more about what it means to be an empowering young woman while also receiving real life tips that assist in striving in life. Check out our website at: soroptimistgranderie.ca for more information and registration.   

Attention Grade 12s.  There are a number of scholarships coming due in April and we encourage you to apply. Come check out the scholarship board in Guidance and go on the school website under the Student Life tab - and click Financing Your Education.  You'll find more information about scholarships there.

Guidance wants to hear from this year's graduates about their plans for next year.  We are starting our WALL OF HONOUR bulletin board outside of Guidance and want to recognize our grads and where they are going.  This includes students who have accepted college or university offers, as well as those going to work or returning to HT.  Please come down to Michele's desk and sign up. We're also wanting you to check the name that is going on your diploma.  There is a list of graduates at Michele's desk and we ask that you verify the spelling and the name that you want to appear on your diploma.

Attention students interested in applying for the School Letter or Titan Award.  Applications are available under the "Student Life" tab on the school website.  Applications are due on May 21st. 

Students are required to complete the COVID self-assessment screening every day before school. Students who do not pass the COVID screening should not attend school that day. The completion of the self-assessment will be verbally confirmed by the student to their teacher at the start of each day. The screening can be found at https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

Parents are encouraged to visit our Board’s website (bhncdsb.ca) and visit the FAQ page about important information regarding online/remote learning.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Our Holy Week Liturgy will occur virtually TODAY after morning announcements.

Voting for next year's Student Council Co-President begins at 8:30am TODAY and closes at 1:30pm on Thursday, April 1st.  All voting will take place electronically through the BHNHub.  Students will only be allowed to vote once through their account.

There are positions available at Norfolk Conservation Area in Port Ryerse and at Haldimand Conservation Area in Nanticoke, if you are interested, please see the Jobs Board in Guidance.

Another bursary opportunity has come in for students in Grade 12 who have applied to programs related to policing, law or justice.  More information about how to apply can be found on the Scholarship Board in Guidance, as well as the school website under Student Life and Financing Your Education.

"Dream it Be it" is hosting an all-girls free event this April 10th, from 10AM to 2:30PM, that involves fun cooking tips and recipes, certificates, keynote speakers and virtual activities . This non-school affiliated event is full of fun and is an interactive way to learn more about what it means to be an empowering young woman while also receiving real life tips that assist in striving in life. Check out our website at: soroptimistgranderie.ca for more information and registration.   

Attention Grade 12s.  There are a number of scholarships coming due in April and we encourage you to apply. Come check out the scholarship board in Guidance and go on the school website under the Student Life tab - and click Financing Your Education.  You'll find more information about scholarships there.

Guidance wants to hear from this year's graduates about their plans for next year.  We are starting our WALL OF HONOUR bulletin board outside of Guidance and want to recognize our grads and where they are going.  This includes students who have accepted college or university offers, as well as those going to work or returning to HT.  Please come down to Michele's desk and sign up. We're also wanting you to check the name that is going on your diploma.  There is a list of graduates at Michele's desk and we ask that you verify the spelling and the name that you want to appear on your diploma.

Attention students interested in applying for the School Letter or Titan Award.  Applications are available under the "Student Life" tab on the school website.  Applications are due on May 21st. 

Students are required to complete the COVID self-assessment screening every day before school. Students who do not pass the COVID screening should not attend school that day. The completion of the self-assessment will be verbally confirmed by the student to their teacher at the start of each day. The screening can be found at https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

Parents are encouraged to visit our Board’s website (bhncdsb.ca) and visit the FAQ page about important information regarding online/remote learning.

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

A reminder that TODAY is a free Dress Down Day for all Grade 11, Week A classes.  As you may recall, these classes won the Battle of the Grades during our Spring Spirit Week.

Student Council Presidential speeches/promos will continue TODAY on HTTV.

Student Council Co-President Elections will begin at 8:30am on Wednesday, March 31st and close at 1:30pm on Thursday, April 1st.  All voting will take place electronically through the BHNHub.  Students will only be allowed to vote once through their account.

Our Holy Week Liturgy will occur virtually on Wednesday, March 31st after morning announcements.

Attention students!  If you placed an order for health care scrubs- the order is in! Please pick up your order today with Mrs. Bouw in Room 246.

"Dream it Be it" is hosting an all-girls free event this April 10th, from 10AM to 2:30PM, that involves fun cooking tips and recipes, certificates, keynote speakers and virtual activities . This non-school affiliated event is full of fun and is an interactive way to learn more about what it means to be an empowering young woman while also receiving real life tips that assist in striving in life. Check out our website at: soroptimistgranderie.ca for more information and registration.   

Attention Grade 12s.  There are a number of scholarships coming due in April and we encourage you to apply. Come check out the scholarship board in Guidance and go on the school website under the Student Life tab - and click Financing Your Education.  You'll find more information about scholarships there.

Guidance wants to hear from this year's graduates about their plans for next year.  We are starting our WALL OF HONOUR bulletin board outside of Guidance and want to recognize our grads and where they are going.  This includes students who have accepted college or university offers, as well as those going to work or returning to HT.  Please come down to Michele's desk and sign up. We're also wanting you to check the name that is going on your diploma.  There is a list of graduates at Michele's desk and we ask that you verify the spelling and the name that you want to appear on your diploma.

Attention students interested in applying for the School Letter or Titan Award.  Applications are available under the "Student Life" tab on the school website.  Applications are due on May 21st. 

Students are required to complete the COVID self-assessment screening every day before school. Students who do not pass the COVID screening should not attend school that day. The completion of the self-assessment will be verbally confirmed by the student to their teacher at the start of each day. The screening can be found at https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

Parents are encouraged to visit our Board’s website (bhncdsb.ca) and visit the FAQ page about important information regarding online/remote learning.

Monday, March 29, 2021

A reminder that Tuesday, March 30th is a free Dress Down Day for all Grade 11, Week A classes.  As you may recall, these classes won the Battle of the Grades during our Spring Spirit Week.

Student Council Presidential speeches/promos will occur on Monday, March 29th and Tuesday, March 30th over HTTV.  There will be two speeches/promos each day.

Student Council Co-President Elections will begin at 8:30am on Wednesday, March 31st and close at 1:30pm on Thursday, April 1st.  All voting will take place electronically through the BHNHub.  Students will only be allowed to vote once through their account.

Our Holy Week Liturgy will occur virtually on Wednesday, March 31st after morning announcements.

Attention students!  If you placed an order for health care scrubs- the order is in! Please pick up your order today with Mrs. Bouw in Room 246.

"Dream it Be it" is hosting an all-girls free event this April 10th, from 10AM to 2:30PM, that involves fun cooking tips and recipes, certificates, keynote speakers and virtual activities . This non-school affiliated event is full of fun and is an interactive way to learn more about what it means to be an empowering young woman while also receiving real life tips that assist in striving in life. Check out our website at: soroptimistgranderie.ca for more information and registration.   

Attention Grade 12s.  There are a number of scholarships coming due in April and we encourage you to apply. Come check out the scholarship board in Guidance and go on the school website under the Student Life tab - and click Financing Your Education.  You'll find more information about scholarships there.

Guidance wants to hear from this year's graduates about their plans for next year.  We are starting our WALL OF HONOUR bulletin board outside of Guidance and want to recognize our grads and where they are going.  This includes students who have accepted college or university offers, as well as those going to work or returning to HT.  Please come down to Michele's desk and sign up. We're also wanting you to check the name that is going on your diploma.  There is a list of graduates at Michele's desk and we ask that you verify the spelling and the name that you want to appear on your diploma.

Attention students interested in applying for the School Letter or Titan Award.  Applications are available under the "Student Life" tab on the school website.  Applications are due on May 21st. 

Students are required to complete the COVID self-assessment screening every day before school. Students who do not pass the COVID screening should not attend school that day. The completion of the self-assessment will be verbally confirmed by the student to their teacher at the start of each day. The screening can be found at https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

Parents are encouraged to visit our Board’s website (bhncdsb.ca) and visit the FAQ page about important information regarding online/remote learning.

Friday, March 26, 2021

Any student who has not had their photo taken this year, there will be a “Pop up Studio” this Saturday, from 9 am – 3 pm in the Gym.  Only the student will be allowed to enter the building, no parents. Please enter through the front entrance of the school and exit at the back of the school.  You will enter the gym through the main doors and exit through the side gym door.  Please visit the Edge Imaging website at www.edgeimaging.ca/popup  to book your appointment.

Attention students!  If you placed an order for health care scrubs- the order is in! Please pick up your order today with Mrs. Bouw in Room 246.

"Dream it Be it" is hosting an all-girls free event this April 10th, from 10AM to 2:30PM, that involves fun cooking tips and recipes, certificates, keynote speakers and virtual activities . This non-school affiliated event is full of fun and is an interactive way to learn more about what it means to be an empowering young woman while also receiving real life tips that assist in striving in life. Check out our website at: soroptimistgranderie.ca for more information and registration.   

Attention Grade 12s.  There are a number of scholarships coming due in April and we encourage you to apply. Come check out the scholarship board in Guidance and go on the school website under the Student Life tab - and click Financing Your Education.  You'll find more information about scholarships there.

Guidance wants to hear from this year's graduates about their plans for next year.  We are starting our WALL OF HONOUR bulletin board outside of Guidance and want to recognize our grads and where they are going.  This includes students who have accepted college or university offers, as well as those going to work or returning to HT.  Please come down to Michele's desk and sign up. We're also wanting you to check the name that is going on your diploma.  There is a list of graduates at Michele's desk and we ask that you verify the spelling and the name that you want to appear on your diploma.

Attention students interested in applying for the School Letter or Titan Award.  Applications are available under the "Student Life" tab on the school website.  Applications are due on May 21st. 

Students are required to complete the COVID self-assessment screening every day before school. Students who do not pass the COVID screening should not attend school that day. The completion of the self-assessment will be verbally confirmed by the student to their teacher at the start of each day. The screening can be found at https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

Parents are encouraged to visit our Board’s website (bhncdsb.ca) and visit the FAQ page about important information regarding online/remote learning.

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