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Singer delivers bullying prevention message
Canadian Country Music Award nominated artist Ryan Laird had Brooks Junior High School students singing and clapping to his songs last Thursday. Laird, who last spoke a couple of years ago to students at Eastbrook Elementary, brought back his bullying prevention and youth empowerment presentation for students. This is his fourth year speaking to students across the country. Brooks is one of 37 stops he will make in Alberta. To date, he has done over 400 performances.
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Busy basketball night for area teams
Basketball games took center stage last Wednesday evening with three league contests. St. Joseph’s Collegiate Crusaders came away with a 65-51 home victory over the Brooks Composite High senior girls basketball team. Brooks Composite High senior boys basketball team chalked up another win with a 72-61 victory in make up game against WR Myers of Medicine Hat. The other game of the evening had the Brooks Composite High Junior Varsity girls dropping a 46-28 decision to the visiting Bassano Broncos. BCHS JV coach Steven Muir said scoring last night was evenly distributed. Four players had five points apiece and four others contributed as well.
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Junior high students shine at BJHS science fair
Months of preparation went into preparing some projects for the Brooks Junior High School science fair held Feb. 9 Grade nine students Pakeeza Mushtaq, Levi Bradford and Jun Liu and Alonzo Tapia all came away with first place in their respective categories. Mushtaq was judged to have the best project in the innovation category. Her project involved developing a low cost and effective water filtration system for utilization in third world countries.
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