The Banquet Committee is having a meeting Monday Feb 27/17 at 7:30pm upstairs in the Old Wing Banquet Room. Please come out and find out what is going on and where the help is going to be needed!!
Wednesday, February 22nd is Day of Pink across British Columbia and Canada!
Join thousands of students and staff across British Columbia to show your support for anti-bullying initiatives: wear the official anti-bullying colour, pink!
Pink Day started in 2007 when two Nova Scotia high school students decided to create a “Sea of Pink” to support a grade 9 boy who was called homophobic names when he wore a pink shirt to school. See related story on CBC.ca website. This day is now celebrated right across Canada.
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To Parents of students in Grades 9 – 12,
We will be hosting a Parent Information Session on Tuesday, Feb 21st at 7:00pm in the MET. If you are a parent of a Grade 9 -12 student, this session will be of particular interest to you. We will be sharing information on
- Trades Opportunities
- Career Education
- Course Selection and
- Graduation Requirements.
There will also be representatives from NWCC present to provide Grade 11-12 parents and students with information about admission requirements and programs.
We hope you will join us.
Just a reminder that Scentsy Orders, date extended due Friday, February 17th to Mrs. Shaw’s room by 4:00pm!! Consent forms for the Vaccinations are due back Friday, February 17/17 to the school. And DRY GRAD DECORATING is on going every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00pm upstairs in the Old Wing come out, there is a lot of decorating to get started on!!
On Friday, Feb 17th, the Fine Arts Department will be participating in a “Pop Up” Fine Arts Day with displays in the Theater foyer. The band will practice in the foyer in the morning, there will be an Art display set up throughout the day and Drama students will be in costume, practicing their play during lunch. This is a wonderful opportunity for students and staff to see our Fine Arts students in action.
Toonies for tummies is designed to raise funds and awareness of the importance of student nutrition. The Grocery Foundation, with support of retailers and sponsors, has been raising funds for nutrition programs benefitting over 1.2 million students The Foundation, which has raised in excess of $15 million, since 2000, with its #Toonies4Tummies campaign, has announced it’s moving west with the support of Save-On-Foods and the Breakfast Club of Canada…….please click the following link for more information Toonies for Tummies West FINAL