May 8

Rugby rugby rugby- practice tomorrow at lunch and the boys ⅞ team are playing another home game here tomorrow at 3:45 against Monteray and Bayside. Come cheer our team on and say hi to Mr. Mac. 


Order your yearbook!  There is only one week left to do it!  


Lead the Change club is meeting at lunch in the library.  


Track and Field Fun

  • HJ 6/7 in the gym today at lunch.  If you are signed up for high jump at the meet tomorrow, you must show that you can jump the standard.
  • Track meet after school tomorrow.  If you are getting your own ride, meet us at the end of the covered stands.
  • If you have signed up for an event for the track meet on Thursday, you have to write your name clearly or who knows what may end up on the results sheet.  As well, some of you have not indicated your grade-Mason, Wyatt, Jack, Max, and Ewan.  Jerseys will be handed out Thursday at NB for those going that day. 


The counsellors at Spectrum are reaching out to see if any female/female identifying students (newcomers and refugees encouraged) who would be interested in joining a really cool new (free) program that is being offered at our school next year. It is called Hockey 4 Youth.

It is for the above-mentioned demographic and is a fully funded learn to play hockey program. They provide all of the equipment (they take the kids to Pro-Hockey Life in Vancouver to get them all fitted, and there will be several other unique and fun experiences along the way too). Ice times will be after school on Fridays at Pearkes.

Please let me know asap if you have any students you think would enjoy being a part of this!


Fine Arts

Congratulations to all the students who participated in the Strings Finale last night! It must have been an amazing experience to play in an orchestra of 850 people!  

*10:34am Band 7

*11:15am Band 6 amber team

*Lunch Jazz Band

*Lunch Maurice  singing

*Enrichment: Full run of Act 2


*7:40 am tomorrow morning Grade ⅞ Choir and Grade 6 Band must show up by 8 a.m. in full uniform with their instrument and music, prepared to walk to Spectrum for the Grade 6 Band Festival!