BSS students make the Term 4 Honour Roll

students at Barriere Secondary School received certificates for the semester 2, term 4 honour roll

Barriere Secondary Term 4 Honour Roll Grade 9.

A large number of students at Barriere Secondary School received certificates for the semester 2, term 4 honour roll June 27.

Grades from 8 to 12 were recognized, in a number of categories which included; effort honour roll, merit honour roll, achievement honour roll, and honours with distinction.

The school also said goodbye to Principal Brady, Mr. Hembling, Miss Relling, Mr. Ruberg and Mr. Frimm who were to leave Barriere Secondary at the end of the June semester.

School will recommence again on Tuesday, Sept. 3.

The School Goals for Barriere Secondary are:

• To improve the academic achievement of each student.

• To foster in students a sense of school pride and social responsibility within the school and the wider community.


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