Thursday Jan. 5, 2017

Daily Announcements

Thursday Jan. 5, 2017                                        CAFETERIA – Red Barn Hot Dogs & Salads

Leadership Students please note:  Community Leadership will resume next Monday Jan. 9th at 7:25am.  There will be no classes this week.

Jr. B GIRLS BASKETBALL – Practice tomorrow after school @2:05.

CAREER CENTRE – UVic’s Gustavson School of Business (BCom program) is hosting an information session on January 6th from 5:00 to 6:00pm in the Clearihue Building room A127.

McGill University’s Schulich School of Music will hold regional auditions for applications in Vancouver on Friday January 13th and Saturday January 14th.  For more information, please visit:

Volunteer Victoria is looking for students interested in taking part in the Canada 150 Youth Advisory Committee.  If you would like more information on how to get involved please contact Ashley at

*Female Babysitter Needed for weekend and weekdays, mostly evening availability.  Will pay $10/hour.  2 lovely boys ages 5 and 6.  Babysitting experience important.  Close to Willows Beach.  Has a friendly dog.  Please see Mrs. Giesbrecht for the contact information.

BAMFIELD MARINE SCIENCES CENTRE – Friday Feb. 10 – Sunday Feb. 12. Only 5 spots remaining. See Mr. Shrubsole in room 233 or Mr. Atkinson in room 231 if you would like to attend or if you have any questions.

PRIDE CLUB – Meeting next Tuesday Jan. 10 at lunch in the usual location.

SENIOR DRAMA PROGRAM –presents – Guilty? a modern adaptation of “12 Angry Men” performance – Thursday January 19th curtain up at 7 pm $5. adults, $2. Student/Seniors.

 The Global and Intercultural Focus Program – “A World to Discover”   Providing students with cross-cultural learning opportunities.  The GIFP program recognizes the need for a student population that can critically analyse global and intercultural issues. Program starts in January 2017!       TOP 5 REASONS TO TAKE THE PROGRAM!    1. Opportunities to travel both locally and abroad!      2. Interact and engage with a diverse network of people from across the world.    3. Become an engaged member of your community through volunteer and program -based initiatives.  4. Gain valuable insight into your own culture and acquire a higher degree of self -awareness.      5. Participate in a program that is currently in the process of being recognized by 7 British Columbia universities.                                             Upon province-wide implementation in 2017-18, students who successfully complete the program’s requirements will receive a designation on their transcript and recognition at participating B.C. post-secondary institutions.  ** Please contact Daniel Mari at for more information on taking this course in the next semester and on the 2017 summer trip to Japan.