Daily Announcements

Wednesday, June 19, 2024



Why wait?  Grab your favorites and discover new adventures, all while relaxing and enjoying your break. Whether you're into mysteries, fantasy, romance, or sci-fi, we've got something for everyone.

🌞 Don't miss out on:

Hurry in and pick up your books today!

Tuesday, June 18, 2024


        Bring your friends, take a break, and make something that will help you stay calm and focused during exam season.  See you there!

Monday, June 17, 2024


Why wait?  Grab your favorites and discover new adventures, all while relaxing and enjoying your break.  Whether you're into mysteries, fantasy, romance, or sci-fi, we've got something for everyone.

🌞 Don't miss out on:

Hurry in and pick up your books today! 📖✨

Friday, June 14, 2024


Any questions can be addressed to Mr. Kana, Mr. Beaupre or Mr. Stevens.

Why wait?  Grab your favorites and discover new adventures, all while relaxing and enjoying your break.  Whether you're into mysteries, fantasy, romance, or sci-fi, we've got something for everyone.

🌞 Don't miss out on:

Unlimited adventures through reading

A chance to explore new genres

Plenty of books to keep you company all summer

Hurry in and pick up your books today! 📖✨

Thursday, June 13, 2024


Why wait?  Grab your favorites and discover new adventures, all while relaxing and enjoying your break.  Whether you're into mysteries, fantasy, romance, or sci-fi, we've got something for everyone.

🌞 Don't miss out on:

Hurry in and pick up your books today! 📖✨

Wednesday, June 12, 2024


Tuesday, June 11, 2024


Monday, June 10, 2024


Big shout out to Michael Ekeng who raced with the best in Ontario this past weekend as well, coming 12 and 13th in the 100 and 200 with competition from all across Ontario.

Well done!  And thanks for a great Track season.

Friday, June 7, 2024


Thursday, June 6, 2024


Wednesday, June 5, 2024


Thank you for supporting our Boys Baseball team throughout their historic season.  Yesterday, your Tigers hosted Kings Christian College with a championship on the line. Nathan Thompson got the start on the mound delivering a stellar performance with 4 dominant innings, striking out 6.  The game was back and forth until the 6th inning.  With the tying run on second base, Josh Bushen faked a bunt and slashed an RBI single to tie the game up 2-2.  The Tigers took the lead on hits from Brody Kemp & Nathan Thompson going up 4-2.  Jordan Hoortje came out of the bullpen, reliable as ever and closed out the game, for the Tigers to win their first Championship in 13 years!! GOOOOOOOOOOOOO TIGERS!!!!!!!

Tuesday, June 4, 2024


Monday, June 3, 2024


Friday May 31, 2024


Thursday May 30, 2024



If you want to apply for a leadership position with the council (no previous experience required) you can fill out our google form on the council instagram page and we’ll reach out to you for an interview next Wednesday!

Yesterday, the Boys Baseball team hosted an electrifying semi-final playoff game against White Oaks at Abbey Park.  Jack Herbert got the start on the mound, delivering a stellar performance with 4 dominant innings only giving up 3 hits.  The Tigers were trailing 1-0 until the 5th inning when Brody Kemp capitalized on a pitcher’s error to score from third base, tying the game.  The excitement continued as Jordan Hoorntje came out of the bullpen, striking out 6 batters to keep the Tigers in the game.  The tension built as we entered the bottom of the 7th inning with the game tied.  With the winning run on second base, Zach McCabe made an unforgettable infield single, securing a dramatic walk-off victory for the Tigers.  The Tigers will now play Kings in the finals next week.  GOOO TIGERS!

Wednesday May 29, 2024



Tuesday May 28, 2024



Monday May 27, 2024



-Ethan Deveaux, the new novice boys 3000m record holder, taking almost 17s off a 13 year old record, and the novice boys 1500m champion.

-Michael Ekeng, GHAC Champion in the Novice Boys 100, bronze in the 200, and a qualifier in the long jump as well.

-Brooke Mackenzie, qualifier in the Junior Girls javelin

-Lauren Keats, GHAC silver medalist in the Senior Girls triple jump.

-Adam Dampier, GHAC bronze medalist in the Senior Boys 400 and bronze medalist in the senior boys 800.

The team will be back at Mohawk Sports Park this Wednesday and Thursday, hoping to stamp their ticket to the big dance in the land of the purple ponies, next week.

Friday May 24, 2024



Join us at the Tabby Shack for a culinary adventure as the Breakfast Club unveils its tantalizing new menu items! Starting today, savor the delicious flavors every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 7:45 to 8:30 am …..open to all and at no cost. 

Indulge in a delightful array of breakfast delights crafted with love and expertise. Whether you crave fresh fruit, eggs on a bagel or a muffin, we've got something to satisfy every palate.

Don't miss out on the chance to kickstart your mornings with a burst of flavor and energy.  Bring your appetite and join us at the Tabby Shack to experience breakfast like never before!  See you there! 🍽️✨

We have some exciting news from our girls' softball team. Yesterday, our Tigers delivered an outstanding performance, defeating Aldershot with a stunning score of 12-0! A special shoutout to our power pitcher, Jada Becker, who struck out 5 batters in just 5 innings. 

Our Tigers were on fire with the bats, tallying 13 hits and scoring 12 runs.  The MVP of the game goes to Chantal Howard, who wowed everyone with an incredible in-the-park home run.  Congratulations to the entire team for their hard work and dedication. 

Come out and cheer our Tiger Queens on Monday after school in their playoff game against Hayden.

Thursday May 23, 2024


Attention midday munchers!  Starting Monday The Breakfast Club is thrilled to unveil our latest innovation: brand-new refuelling stations to power up your afternoon!

Located strategically at key spots including in front of the main office, Student Success Center, and Resource Hub in the afternoon.  These refuelling stations are designed to keep you energized and refreshed throughout your day.

Yesterday, our Boys Baseball team faced King's Christian College in a thrilling match with first place at stake.  Brody Kemp delivered a strong performance on the mound, pitching three solid innings and striking out six.  The game was intense and evenly matched until the fourth inning when the Tigers unleashed a powerful offensive surge, scoring four runs.  From that point, they maintained their lead. Josh Bushen, Jack Herbert, and Jordan Hoorntje were exceptional at the plate, each contributing two RBIs.  The Tigers triumphed with an 11-5 victory, securing first place.  GOOO Tigers! 

In our second game, TAB won 24-7 where Kaitlyn and Ester scored again, but Carys Colwill and Sam English added a try each also.  Carys converted one.  Tough play by Maddie Collier, Skye Parkin and Flo Cummings contributed greatly to the tigers’ game play.  Well done ladies and good luck at the semis on Tuesday against Nelson!

Wednesday May 22, 2024



Tuesday May 21, 2024



On Friday, the Boys Baseball team took part in Garth Webb’s annual baseball tournament.  Your tigers went 2-0 outscoring opponents 27-4.  Jack Herbert and Nathan Thompson were unstoppable on the mound going 8 innings striking out 12 hitters collectively.  Josh Bushen was a tough out at the plate scoring 5 RBIs on the day.  Your Tigers will play in the semi-final of the tournament this Friday.  GOOOO Tigers! 

On Friday our Girls Softball team competed in the Nelson Invitational Tournament.  They triumphed over Nelson with a score of 16-4, dominated Dunnville 15-6, and conquered Brebeuf 13-2.  Each game showcased their hard work and dedication.  But the real highlight came in the finals against St. Mary.  Our team faced a tough challenge, trailing 9-2. However, they never gave up.  With true grit and perseverance, they made an astonishing comeback, with Izzy Nevin hitting a walk-off run to clinch a 10-9 victory!  It was a game for the ages and a testament to their unyielding spirit.  MVPs of the tournament went to Charlotte Giles-Deroches and Brooklyn Luciak. 

Go Tigers!

Friday May 17, 2024


It’s on Thursday evening, so we invite everyone to come out and support our school's eco initiatives!  We will be showcasing some of the work we have done this year, we will bestselling plants with CPP, there will be games, and a screening of an eco movie.  Bring your own bowl for some yummy, free popcorn! 

Yesterday, the Boys Baseball team hosted Aldershot at Glen Abbey Park.  Zach McCabe took the mound and was dominant through 4 innings, striking out 8!  Jack Herbert put   the Tigers on the board in the first inning with a triple to left field, setting the tone for the game.  Paxton Ross and Jack Pinette led the team with two hits each, as the Tigers triumphed over Aldershot 12-2, maintaining their perfect record.  Go Tigers!

Thursday May 16, 2024


Wednesday May 15, 2024


Tuesday May 14, 2024


Yesterday, the Girls Softball team traveled to compete against Frank Hayden in a thrilling match.  The game remained close until our player of the game Destiny Gordon spectacularly hit an inside-the-park home run.  Jada Becker led the team from the mound, pitching a complete game and striking out 7 Huskies.  Our Tigers clinched a strong 14-7 victory, securing 25 hits in total.  Great job, Tigers!

Monday May 13, 2024


Person 2: Yeah, the "Lunch Jam," right?  I can't wait to spread some jam on my bread while rocking out!

Person 1: Umm, I think you might have misinterpreted it. It's more about jamming to the music, not jamming on your sandwich!

Person 2: Oh!  Well, that's a whole other kind of jammin'!  But imagine if we could combine both—rocking out to the tunes while enjoying some tasty jams!

Person 1: Haha, that would be quite the culinary and musical experience!  But alas, we're serving up pure rock 'n' roll, no sandwiches included.

Person 2: No worries!  I'm still excited to groove to the beats at the "Lunch Jam" tomorrow!  It's gonna be epic!

Person 1: Absolutely!  Let's jam out and make some unforgettable memories!

On Friday, the Boys Baseball team traveled to take on Acton up in Georgetown.  It was a close game the whole way through until the Tigers erupted in the 5th inning and did not look back from there.  Jordan Hoorntje knuckled his way to 7 strikeouts in 4 innings of relief.  Evan Kemp and Paxton Ross both drove in three runs each as the Tigers ended up winning 15-3.  Go tigers! 

Friday May 10, 2024


DID YOU KNOW that Stigma and discrimination attached to mental illnesses and substance use problems present a serious barrier not only to diagnosis and treatment but also to access to employment, housing, and other basic necessities.  Stigma both creates and deepens social marginalization.  (CAMH fast facts)

It is up to ALL OF US, Tigers to break that stigma.  After living through the impacts of the pandemic, we ALL understand now more than ever, that thoughts and feelings can be hard to control.  Keep an open mind when it comes to dealing with MENTAL HEALTH and let’s continue to create an even BETTER community!  We all need each other!

If Ms. Neumann took your photo yesterday, either check your CHATT or come to S105 at lunchtime so she can get it to you.  Cheers!  

Cancer CAN be beaten!

Thursday May 9, 2024


DID YOU KNOW that The symptoms of mental illnesses can be treated and very often managed effectively; with the right supports, people with mental illnesses can thrive.  (CAMH fast facts)

You wouldn’t hesitate to seek help if you had on-going terrible stomach pain that you couldn’t fix yourself by making different eating choices, right?!?!.  So WHY hesitate if you have on-going emotional struggles that you are not able to control with positive self-care strategies?  TALK TO SOMEONE ABOUT IT.  Reach out to Student Services and/or rockonline.ca to get started with the help needed!

Wednesday May 8, 2024


DID YOU KNOW that Problematic substance use is sometimes linked to poor mental health or mental illness; it can be a coping strategy for untreated trauma, pain, challenging thoughts or emotions, or other health symptoms.  (CAMH fast facts)

If you or someone you know are using substances to deal with feelings, problems and emotions, please TALK TO SOMEONE ABOUT IT.  These choices can have lifelong consequences and impact so many aspects of life.  Reach out to Student Services and/or rockonline.ca to get started with the help needed! Join us in W208 TODAY at lunch for some community self-care activities!

Tuesday May 7, 2024



DID YOU KNOW that EVERYONE will experience challenges to their Mental Health, but not everyone will experience Mental Illness. (CAMH fast facts)

When positive self-care efforts and strategies to deal with feelings of concerns are not helping, it is time to seek help.  1 in 5 Canadians will be diagnosed with a  Mental Illness in their lifetime.  There is no shame in seeking help if you recognize that you need it.  The R.O.C.K  … Reach Out Centre for Kids…. has amazing services to help! Check them out at rockonline.ca for more info!  YOU and YOUR MENTAL HEALTH matter, Tigers!


Come to W208 tomorrow at lunch to join the Wellness Club for some Community Self-care activities.  All are welcome!

Monday May 6, 2024


P2: “That sucks… what are you going to do then?”

P1: “Well i need jam for my bread or i will be very very very sad”

P2: “I think i might know where u can get the jam u need”

P1: “Really? where?!”

P2: “Go to the large gym at lunch on may 14th and you can experience the finest jam presented by the TAB rock bands”

P1: “See you there TAB!”

DID YOU KNOW… that mental HEALTH and mental ILLNESS are NOT the same things?  Mental ILLNESS refers to diagnosed conditions that affect thoughts and feelings and are assisted through medical interventions.  Mental HEALTH refers to someone’s mental and/or emotional well-being.*  We all need to take care of  our MENTAL HEALTH just as we do our PHYSICAL HEALTH.  (CAMH fast facts)

Join us in W208 on Wednesday at lunch for some drop-in community SELF CARE activities.

Friday May 3, 2024


Yesterday, our Girls Softball team faced off against Kings and secured a dominant 14-2 victory.  Jada Becker earned Player of the Game for her exceptional performance, pitching 4 solid innings with 7 strikeouts and going 3 for 3 at the plate, scoring two runs.  Go tigers!!

Thursday May 2, 2024


Wednesday May 1, 2024


       If you are considering dropping a course, please see your Guidance Counsellor/drop into the Guidance office before Friday!

Tuesday April 30, 2024


Symphonic Winds members will be rehearsing today after school.  See you there!

Monday April 29, 2024


       Marketing students, are you looking for experience creating content and helping a cool community program grow? 

       Photographers, are you looking for something fun to photograph in a context where your work might actually make a difference?

        Mr Beaupre has an opportunity for you to build your portfolios, come see him in E219 today.

Friday April 26, 2024


Thursday April 25, 2024


        Marketing students, are you looking for experience creating content and helping a cool community program grow? 

        Photographers, are you looking for something fun to photograph in a context where your work might actually make a difference?

        Mr Beaupre has an opportunity for you to build your portfolios, come see him in E219 today.

Wednesday April 24, 2024


Hey Tigers! The Relay for Life Committee would like to thank you for all of your generous donations to the Canadian Cancer Society.  We are a quarter of the way to our goal of $20,000, so let’s keep going!  Relay for Life is in 15 days, so if you have not already signed up, do so now by scanning the QR code found on posters in halls and classrooms, or by using the link in our @tabrelayforlife Instagram bio.  If you sign up before tonight, you will be entered into a draw to win a $20 Booster Juice gift card! 

Tuesday April 23, 2024


Hey Tigers!  The Relay for Life Committee would like to thank you for all of your generous donations to the Canadian Cancer Society.  We are a quarter of the way to our goal of $20,000, so let’s keep going! Relay for Life is in 16 days, so if you have not already signed up, do so now by scanning the QR code found on posters in halls and classrooms, or by using the link in our @tabrelayforlife Instagram bio.  If you sign up before tomorrow night, you will be entered into a draw to win a $20 Booster Juice gift card! 

Monday April 22, 2024


Is your closet piling with clothes?  Do you have spring and summer clothing that you no longer want?  Declutter your clothes for a good cause and drop them off to the Relay for Life Committee this Thursday at the T during lunch.  Our Relay Rummage thrift day will be next Thursday during lunch at the T, in which all proceeds will be donated to the Canadian Cancer Society.  Come on out to find the perfect piece, experiment with new styles, be environmentally-conscious, and have every dollar donated to the fight against cancer! 

Hey Tigers!  The Relay for Life Committee would like to thank you for all of your generous donations to the Canadian Cancer Society.  We are a quarter of the way to our goal of $20,000, so let’s keep going!  Relay for Life is in 17 days, so if you have not already signed up, do so now by scanning the QR code found on posters in halls and classrooms, or by using the link in our @tabrelayforlife Instagram bio.  If you sign up before Wednesday night, you will be entered into a draw to win a $20 Booster Juice gift card! 

Friday April 19, 2024



Donate to the Halton Learning Foundation using the link in the Student Council Instagram bio, @tabtigers.  Our goal is to raise $500 by the end of April!  Let’s make a difference             together, Tigers!  There will be a community clean-up initiative in late April during lunch in support of the Halton Learning Foundation, so stay tuned for more information!

Thursday April 18, 2024



Wednesday April 17, 2024



- Relay for Life is an event with the goal of bringing communities together to raise money and providing awareness to the fight against cancer

- All funds raised through team fundraising and activities, such as the Relay for Life Bake Sale last week, go towards our school goal of raising $20,000.  All proceeds go directly to the Canadian Cancer Society to help improve survival rates and the quality of life for those living with cancer

- You can sign up for Relay by scanning QR codes on posters in the hall or by using the link in our @tabrelayforlife bio on Instagram

Tuesday April 16, 2024


Monday April 15, 2024


        We are so fortunate here at Blakelock to have a Breakfast club for hungry students.  Everyone can access this food.  If you are hungry, you can eat.  Think about others outside of Blakelock Community who DO NOT have access to enough food.  If you want to help those who are in need, DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.   You can DONATE some

       non-   perishable food items to support the Spring Food Drive! Bring any donation that you CAN to your period 1 class or MAIN OFFICE or the Library all this week.  ….Let’s   make    a difference, Tigers!     

Friday April 12, 2024


Thursday April 11, 2024


Wednesday April 10, 2024


       https://www.howtopronounce.com/michi-saagiigHaudenosaunee is pronounced roughly as hoh-DEE-noh-SHoh-nee and Anishinabeg as Ah-nish-ih-nah'-bey.


Tuesday April 9, 2024



       "Sprint: Tue, Wed, Thu. Distance: Wed, Fri. Throws: Thu AM. Mark your calendars!  Let's crush those workouts together! 🏃‍♂️💨"

       Lame…I’m sure there’s a lesson in all this…but we’ll see you at practice this week.

Friday April 5, 2024


I’m sure that sounds like a steal already, but brace yourself for more! Not only do you have the chance to watch an award winning play, here at your very own high school, for the low price of 5 dollars, but on wednesday april 10th, the drama department will ALSO be holding a short talent show AND selling delicious baked goods. 

      Sounds to me like there will be something there for everyone!  See the posters in the halls for more information, and book your tickets now on school cash online NOW!

Thursday April 4, 2024


Wednesday April 3, 2024


Tuesday April 2, 2024


Thursday March 28, 2024



Wednesday March 27, 2024



Tuesday March 26, 2024



Monday March 25, 2024



Friday March 22, 2024



(optional: snaps to appreciate the poetry)

That timely Haiku was brought to you by the track practices starting next week.  Sprints, distance and jumps on Monday after school, throws prior to school on tuesday. Completed forms are a non negotiable, stop by S110 for one today.

Did you know that today is “World Water Day”?  It’s a very important day, for we cannot live without this magical liquid. 

Do you know what a “water walk” is?  

Well, Water Walks, also known as “Nibi Walks” are Indigenous-led ceremonies to pray for the water, our life-giving elixir.  

Every step Water Walkers take is a prayer of gratitude to Water; for, did you know that according to the Indigenous Foundation, 618 Canadian First Nations communities still do not have access to clean water?!!

Get this: there are 24 long-term water boiling advisories in 21 Ontario First Nations Communities!!

So, as you go about your day today, think about your access to water and how lucky you are to have it –on tap.  As well, perhaps think about how YOU can help to keep our water clean and accessible.

Water.  It’s a Human Right, and that means for EVERYONE

Thursday March 21, 2024


Wednesday March 20, 2024


Tuesday March 19, 2024


Monday March 18, 2024


                 a.  Yes, you’ll need your athletics form before you can attend a practice. Those will be handed out at the meeting.

                 a.  Yes, please make sure you’re there tomorrow.

                a.  Go see Mr. Rochus ASAP for what you’ll miss.

                a.  Yared Nuguse is a gamer, he’s got the gold for sure.

        See you in S110 tomorrow at lunch.  All are welcome.

Friday March 8, 2024


       In fact, I.W.D. is recognized as an official national holiday in: Armenia, Belarus, Cambodia, Cuba, Georgia, Laos, Mongolia, Montenegro, Russia, Uganda, Ukraine and Vietnam.

       It’s a day to celebrate women’s contributions & accomplishments, and to advocate for women’s rights:  educational rights, equal pay rights, and reproductive rights, to name a               few...According to the United Nations, this year's designated theme is:  'Inspire Inclusion' by celebrating the social, economic, cultural,   and  political achievements of women all           around the world.   So be sure to celebrate the amazing women in your life!

Thursday March 7, 2024


Wednesday March 6, 2024


Tuesday March 5, 2024


Monday March 4, 2024


Friday March 1, 2024


Thursday February 29, 2024


Did you know why leap years happen? 

Well, it’s because according to NASA, It takes Earth 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes and 46 seconds to orbit the sun, and this means that every 4 years, an extra day must be added to our calendar. 

Did you know that the leap year started with Julius Caesar in 45 BCE?!   

And did you know that if we didn’t have leap years, in about 600 years, Christmas would happen in July! 

Amazing, eh?  Enjoy your extra day!  Make it a great one by being the reason someone smiles today. 🙂

Wednesday February 28, 2024


See Mr Beaupre, Mr Jokic or Ms Woodhead for more info, newcomers are very welcome.

Did you know why leap years happen? 

Well, it’s because according to NASA, It takes Earth 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes and 46 seconds to orbit the sun, and this means that every 4 years, an extra day must be added to our calendar. 

Did you know that the leap year started with Julius Caesar in 45 BCE?!   

And did you know that if we didn’t have leap years, in about 600 years, Christmas would happen in July! 

Amazing, eh?  Enjoy your extra day!  Make it a great one by being the reason someone smiles today. 🙂

Tuesday February 27, 2024


Person 2:  Approximately 31 million seconds! 

Person 1:  Or for you riddle folks, 12!

Person 2:  Are you a fan of trivia games and are awaiting a fun night with friends?   If so, you must come down to the cafeteria for Trivia Night this Thursday, February 29th.   Our Community Trivia Night will be running from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, so be sure to swing by!

Come see what the fuss is about TODAY AT LUNCH in the LARGE GYM.  Newcomers and grade 9’s encouraged, we’re only just getting started…

Monday February 26, 2024


Former slave, Sojourner Truth, became an outspoken advocate for abolition, temperance, and civil and women's rights in the nineteenth century.  Her Civil War work earned her an invitation to meet President Abraham Lincoln in 1864.  She was the first black woman to successfully bring a lawsuit against a white man.  Truth sued a slaveholder for illegally selling her 5-year-old son, Peter, after the New York Anti-Slavery Law had passed.  The legal battle lasted months, but eventually she won her son back.

Person 2: The cheetah! 

Person 1: Are you searching for the perfect event to show both your fun side and competitive side?  Come on down to TAB’s Community Trivia Night this Thursday, February 29th, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm in the cafeteria.  You can find more information on our Student Council Instagram, @tabtigers.  Hope to see you there!

Friday February 23, 2024


Person 2: Shakespeare did?

Person 1: Hey Tigers, are you searching for the perfect event to show both your fun side and competitive side? Come on down to TAB’s Community Trivia Night on Thursday, February 29th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm in the cafeteria. You can find more information on our Student Council Instagram, @tabtigers. Be sure to bring your thinking caps Tigers!

Thursday February 22, 2024


Person 2: The Pacific Ocean!

Person 1: Looking for a night filled with entertainment and fun? Well look no further! The Student Council will be hosting a community Trivia Night event on Thursday, February 29th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Be sure to come down to the cafeteria to join in for a great time!

Rugby, lunch today….or find Mr. Beaupre for the sheets and information

Why are you here?  What is your purpose?  Complicated questions, but the answer is simple…TAB RUGBY!!!!

Come see what the fuss is about TODAY in the LARGE GYM at LUNCH - newcomers are absolutely encouraged, especially juniors, bring a friend!

Wednesday February 21, 2024


Tuesday February 20, 2024


As it is TUESDAY after the Family Day Weekend, I just wanted to remind you that we are indeed meeting TODAY at lunch in S103. New members are always welcome.  See you there!

Thursday February 15, 2024


Wednesday February 14, 2024


Come to the T at lunch to buy a seedling gram kit for 50 cents your partner can grow themselves!  They can sprout your love and watch it grow.

Tuesday February 13, 2024


We are meeting TODAY at lunch in S103.  Some of you have a copy of "I Must Betray You" so please return your copy at the meeting.  We can still discuss that amazing story! Also, bring your lunch and bring a friend!  New members are welcome!!

Monday February 12, 2024



Friday February 9, 2024


If you are in grade 9, 10 or 11 and are interested in participating, you need to join the math contests google classroom and complete the entry form.  Entries and the $6 payment on cashless are due by Wednesday the Feb 14th!

John Mercer Langston was the first Black man to become a lawyer when he passed the bar in Ohio in 1854.  When he was elected to the post of Town Clerk for Brownhelm, Ohio, in 1855 Langston became one of the first African Americans ever elected to public office in America.  John Mercer Langston was also the great-uncle of Langston Hughes, the famed poet of the Harlem Renaissance.

Thursday February 8, 2024


If you are in grade 9, 10 or 11 and are interested in participating, you need to join the math contests google classroom and complete the entry form.   Entries and the $6 payment on cashless are due by Wednesday the Feb 14th!

Wednesday February 7, 2024



If you are in grade 9, 10 or 11 and are interested in participating, you need to join the math contests google classroom and complete the entry form.  Entries and the $6 payment on cashless are due by Wednesday the Feb 14th!


Tuesday February 6, 2024


If you are in grade 9, 10 or 11 and are interested in participating, you need to join the math contests google classroom and complete the entry form.  Entries and the $6 payment on cashless are due by Wednesday, Feb 14th!

Monday February 5, 2024


Wednesday January 24, 2024


Tuesday January 23, 2024


Monday January 22, 2024


Friday January 19, 2024


We had a great day of racing out there and many of our athletes were racing for the first time and did awesome!  Way to go, Tigers!! 

Thursday January 18, 2024


Wednesday January 17, 2024


Tuesday January 16, 2024


Monday January 15, 2024


Please check in  in Guidance if you have questions!

Friday January 12, 2024


Thursday January 11, 2024


Wednesday January 10, 2024


Please check in in Guidance if you have questions!

Tuesday January 9, 2024


Monday January 8, 2024


Friday December 22, 2023


Thursday December 21, 2023


Wednesday December 20, 2023


The cafeteria Servery will close today and tomorrow at 11:45am and will be fully closed onFriday. 

Tuesday December 19, 2023


Monday December 18, 2023


Friday December 15, 2023


Thursday December 14, 2023


Wednesday December 13, 2023


Tuesday December 12, 2023


Monday December 11, 2023


Friday December 8, 2023


Thursday December 7, 2023


Did you know that throwing uneaten food in the garbage contributes to harmful greenhouse gas emissions in our landfills? 

When organic waste decomposes in landfills, it produces harmful gas such as methane. 

You can reduce your carbon footprint at home by being mindful of food consumption.  Opting for smaller portions and remembering to always use a compost bin when disposing of your uneaten food.  This will have a positive impact on our environment.  Just remember Tigers, small effort counts!

The Bantam Boys are 4-0 on the year with some pretty impressive wins!  Goooo Tigers! 

Wednesday December 6, 2023


Tuesday December 5, 2023


Bring your School Cash Online Receipt to the Main Office to pick up your permission forms.

2.  Read: Life is full of twists and turns.  Let’s twist and turn together.  Join TAB’s Rubik’s Cube Club and impress your friends by learning how to solve a cube!  Come to the first meeting on December 5 at lunch in E117.  All skill levels are welcome.

Monday December 4, 2023


2.  Read: Life is full of twists and turns.  Let’s twist and turn together.  Join TAB’s Rubik’s Cube Club and impress your friends by learning how to solve a cube!  Come to the first meeting on December 5 at lunch in E117.  All skill levels are welcome.

The Jr and Sr boys basketball teams will play this Tuesday at home starting at 3:15.

Blakelock Boys Basketball is currently 4-0 in league play! Come out and cheer on your fellow Tigers! 

Friday December 1, 2023


Thursday November 30, 2023


Wednesday November 29, 2023


Want to have a photo commemorating this occasion?

How about your photo as part of a group composite?

Maybe a picture in the yearbook that you can look back at years from now with fond memories?

Or how about a poster size picture of you hanging in your parent’s living room forever for all to see?

If you answered yes to any or all of the above, then get ready!

Grad photos start next week!  Book your appointment today at: bookmygrad.ca

Tuesday November 28, 2023


Interested?  Come see Mr Beaupre in E219 for details.  Go Tigers!

Monday November 27, 2023


Interested?  Come see Mr Beaupre in E219 for details. 

       Go Tigers!

Congratulations to:

        -Logan Gomez for top 10 for written and oral events in Marketing Communication Series category

       -Jonah Lim-Tran for his top 10 Oral test and as an Overall winner in Principles of Finance!

-Mahathi Sivakumar for top 10 in Oral test, Written test and Overall winner in Principle of Marketing

-Rakin Riaz for top 10 in his written test in Entrepreneurship category

-Mikayla Miller for top 10 in written test in Hospitality

-Mikayla Miller & Christian Kristo for top 10 in their team event in Hospitality category

-Vanessa Vamvakaris for top 10 in her written test

-Vanessa & Ava Puhlmann for top 10 in their oral test in their team event in Travel & Tourism category

-Mikayla Vamvakaris for being in the top 10 in the written test

Congrats to all award winners and DECA members for completing our first competition! 


Thursday November 23, 2023


Come on out, grab some Java, and show your support for your fellow Tigers! 

Bullying is a Human Rights Issue.  Canada has signed the UN Declaration on the Rights of the Child.  Traditional research has focussed on protecting children from adults, but current research is focussed on the need to protect children from the mental, physical and violent abuse at the hands of their peers. … Their peers!  That means the harm that you do to EACH OTHER.  

You are BETTER THAN THAT TIGERS!!  Seek help for yourself.  Seek help for others.  Do SOMETHING… SPEAK UP...   …  show that we ARE T.A.B Tigers Against Bullying!

Interested?  Come see Mr Beaupre in E219 for details.  Go Tigers!

Wednesday November 22, 2023


BY-STANDERS ARE PRESENT IN OVER 90% OF BULLYING INCIDENTS.  IF SOMEONE INTERVENES AND SAYS SOMETHING, MOST ACTS OF BULLYING STOP WITHIN 10 SECONDS.  

So…... ask yourselves, Tigers.  Do YOU do your part to shut down the bullying???  … or do you make it happen?  

Do the right thing, Tigers.  STOP BULLYING.  Say something.  Do something.  If YOU need help,  use the Confidential Reporting tool on the school website and the posters around the building. 

So Tigers, let’s do our part to make sure we are reducing the amount of clothing waste by thrifting and donating clothes to second hand stores.  And don’t forget we are still collecting used winter coats for the Safetynet Charity in boxes around the school!

Tuesday November 21, 2023


Monday November 20, 2023



TEASING and BULLYING … What is the difference?  TEASING is in-the-moment and playful.  BULLYING is re-occuring and unwanted.  So ask yourself … is what you are doing, or what you are hearing … is it TEASING? … or is it BULLYING?  


Check our posters around the school for the QR code to confidentially report.   Do the right thing, Tigers.  STOP THE BULLYING.  Do something.  Say something.   show that we are T.A.B Tigers Against Bullying!

Friday November 17, 2023




Thursday November 16, 2023


Wednesday November 15, 2023


Today, AT LUNCH, come to S118 to hear about the CAEL (Kyle) and CELPIP (sell-pip) English proficiency tests!

Tuesday November 14, 2023


Monday November 13, 2023


Friday November 10, 2023


Thursday November 9, 2023


Wednesday November 8, 2023


The meeting will be held during lunch in room E208. This is a great opportunity to explore the fascinating world of law, connect with fellow enthusiasts, and begin preparation for our upcoming mock trial!"

2: Yes!  When and where can I get them?

1: Thursday at lunch in the caf, bring $4 for 2 pancakes! 

2: You batter believe it will be a flipping flapjack day!

Don’t forget to recycle Tigers!

Tuesday November 7, 2023


The meeting will be held during lunch in room E208. This is a great opportunity to explore the fascinating world of law, connect with fellow enthusiasts, and begin preparation for our upcoming mock trial!"

Monday November 6, 2023