Monday Feb. 17th. Blocks 2 3 1 5 4
CAFETERIA – Taco – Taco salad – Nachos
MATHLETES- All students in grades 9, 10 and 11 who are writing one of the Math Contests on Thursday Feb.20, please see the following teachers to make out your response form ahead of time. That way, you will not be using your contest time to do so…the contest takes place this Thursday Feb. 20
Math 9 (Pascal Contest)- Mr. Bell – room E26 (some will write in this room, some in roomE6, Block 2 Math 10 (Cayley Contest) -Mr. Wilson – room E6 (All will write in that room in Bl.2) Math. 11 (Fermat)) – Mr. Carter – Room E4 ( All will write in that room in Block 3)
CONGRATULATIONS – to our Grade 9 Mathletes. The Math Challenges team placed third on Friday at Camosun College, qualifying them for the trip to UBC for the Provincial Championship.
MATH CHALLENGES TEAM – Please meet Mr. Carter at the start of lunch on Wednesday Feb.19th.
ENVIRO CLUB – Everyone is invited to Enviro Club’s first documentary movie night on Tuesday, February 25th at 7 pm in the West Auditorium. We will be showing the documentary “Lost Rivers” , followed by “Ground Swell”. The CRD will also be on hand to talk about the Bowker Creek Restoration project and to provide an update regarding this exciting project. Admission is by donation towards Bowker Creek stewardship efforts; we hope to see you there!
COURSE SELECTION – There is a “make-up” session available for students who were away when a Counsellor came to their Science 09 class.The session is at lunch today, Monday February 17 in Room E 06 (Mr Wilson’s room)
CAREER CENTRE – Acadia University will be in the Career Centre at lunch today, Monday for anyone interested in learning more about their programs. If you would like to apply to Acadia on the spot and be admitted bring your transcript with you.
CAREER FAIR- There will be two buses going to the GVSD 61 Career Fair at SJ Willis this Wednesday Feb 19th . One will leave at 8:30 and come back at 10:45 and the other will leave at 12:15 and be back at school by 2:00. If you are in grade 11 or 12 and can make either of these times work with your schedule please see Mrs. Giesbrecht for the authorization forms.
**Would the following students who have signed up to volunteer at the Career Fair on Wednesday please see Mrs. Giesbrecht at the beginning of lunch today in her office. Jane Lindross, Adrienne Fraser, Bree Keefe, Katy Bon, Alice Kerley and Emily Lam.
BADMINTON – Starting today we will be having Badminton practices on Mondays after school in the East Gym.
LOST – An International student has lost a “Translator”. If found, please hand in to the West Office.
WINTER OLYMPICS – Come join us for “Live Streaming” of the Winter Olympic Games, Sochi Russia, in the Library until they end this week.
TEACHERS- Please return YELLOW fruit/veggie basket trays back to room East 202 (Home Ec.) and to the West Office.
MUSICAL – OPENING NIGHT – “In the Heights” – Starts Friday curtain rises 7:30pm. Tickets on sale in East and West Offices. -Students/Seniors$10.00, – Adults $12.00. Performances Feb. 21,22,26,27,28, & March 1st. Matinee Sunday Feb. 23 @2:00pm
Dear proud Canadians and other Olympic supporters,
We are experiencing a drastic slowdown in our internet due to individual and small group streaming of Olympic events. To maintain reasonable access to our network and the internet, please watch a specific event together from one projected computer or teachers can download events and play them back later without any additional impact on the networks. If teachers don’t know how to download video, the Help Desk can assist them. Students, please don’t sit and individually stream events as we are close to crashing our internet access entirely (and then no one can watch).
WHERE’S NUTTY THIS WEEK – “ I am so hungry I could burst. I have some change, and I’m dying from thirst. Sometimes this place is hard to see, because it is high up like a tree.. Find me for a prize
YOUTH AGAINST CANCER – There will be a very important Youth Against Cancer meeting Wednesday at lunch in Room E302. Everyone please attend.