Submitted by Matt Pickett
The kindergarten class at Bruce Peninsula District School (BPDS) is so lucky to have the dream team of Mrs Clark and Mrs McLay. So happy to have Mrs McLay at BPDS full time.
Mr Kuipers has joined the BPDS staff in the secondary shop program. He has worked up in Northern Alberta and brings a lot of energy and experience as a furniture maker to our shop students.
New Hope Bikes
The New Hope Community Bikes program launched at BPDS in October. The program is a chance for students to learn safe biking, how to look after a bike, and basic skills needed for cycling, all while on BPDS property.
The program was made possible in part by Community Services OPP Representative, Constable Adam Belanger, and the Peninsula Adventure Sports Association (PASA) who was directly involved with getting the project off the ground.
BPDS Outers Prepare for Annual Fall Hike
BPDS Boys Soccer
Submitted by Ms. Sweatman, Coach
On October 24, the BPDS boys had an awesome day of soccer at Sauble school!
We beat Sauble in our first game with goals by Hunter Rankin and James Wheeler. We lost our second game against Hepworth but played really well! We had a tie against Wiarton, 1-1 with our goal scored by Hunter Rankin on a penalty shot. This tie took us to the championship match where we faced Hepworth once again! Hepworth played a very strong game, beating us in the final.
Overall, BPDS had an excellent day! Special thanks to our very hard-working goalie, Jesse Robbins, to our team captain, Reagan Taylor, and to all our grade 8s for their great leadership! Go Panthers!
Elementary Girls Soccer
Submitted by Ms McLay
The BPDS elementary girls soccer team played with spirit and enthusiasm at the Oct 24th Soccer Tournament at Amabel-Sauble Community School. They represented our school well and showed improved skills!
Congratulations to all players, including Paityn Handley (behind the soccer ball), who was our excellent goalie.