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December 18
REMINDER: Collaborative Day 5 is December 19

​This is a reminder that tomorrow, Wednesday, December 19, is Collaborative Day 5 and school starts later.  School starts at 9:20 AM and ends at 2:15 PM.  Tutorial Time is 2:15 - 3:03 PM.

December 14
Week At A Glance (Dec. 17-21)

Read the Windermere Week At A Glance (WAAG) to keep informed of the latest school information and happenings.  It includes reminders and important information for students and parents/guardians.  

The Windermere WAAG is published at the end of each week on Friday.​​​​​​

Windermere WAAG (Dec. 17-21).pdfWindermere WAAG (Dec. 17-21).pdf


December 14
Term 1 Report Cards

Term 1 Report Cards will be published and available to view on MyEducation BC at the end of the school day on Friday, December 14.  Please take time to review the report card with your child and contact the appropriate teachers if you have any questions.

Click here to log in to your MyEducation BC account.  If you are unable to log in, please contact the school office for assistance.

December 10
Math/Science Fast Track Registration

Students interested in taking part in Windermere's Math and/or Science Fast Track can register for our assessment exam by clicking the following link:REGISTER HERE​

December 10
Conservation 20

​The Vancouver School District is launching Conservation 20 to conserve natural gas use.  The major gas pipeline near Prince George that ruptured in October remains in partial service.  As a result, supplies to the Lower Mainland will be limited throughout this winter so BC residents and businesses are being aske to conserve natural gas.

Our District can help!  Because natural gas is used to heat most of our buildings, by reducing consumption there will be less demand on these supplies.  To do this, the District's Operations team is implementing heating schedule to focus on the core teaching hours and reducing any non-essential usage.

As a school community, we can help by participating in Conservation 20!  Wherever possible, set thermostats to 20°C and "keep the heat in, bundle up, and get moving."  These simple conservation efforts will help reduce consumption and keep schools warm all day.

In our own homes, similar practices could be adopted to help reduce overall natural gas consumption.

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December 08
Week At A Glance (Dec. 10-14)

Read the Windermere Week At A Glance (WAAG) to keep informed of the latest school information and happenings.  It includes reminders and important information for students and parents/guardians.  

The Windermere WAAG is published at the end of each week on Friday.​​​​​​

Windermere WAAG (Dec. 10-14).pdfWindermere WAAG (Dec. 10-14).pdf

December 02
Congratulations Senior Boys Volleyball Team!

​Congratulations to the Seniors Boys Volleyball team for a successful season.  The team finished second at the AA Lower Mainland Tournament and qualified for the provincial tournament in Langley.  Seeded 15th, the senior boys volleyball team finished strong by defeating Lambrick Park 2-0 to finish 13th at the Senior Boys AA Provincials.  

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November 30
Week At A Glance (Dec. 3-7)

Read the Windermere Week At A Glance (WAAG) to keep informed of the latest school information and happenings.  It includes reminders and important information for students and parents/guardians.  

The Windermere WAAG is published at the end of each week on Friday.​​​​​

Windermere WAAG (Dec. 3-7).pdfWindermere WAAG (Dec. 3-7).pdf

November 30
Vote for Your Favourite Gingerbread House

​Nine students from our Cafeteria program recently participated in the Hyatt Gingerbread Competition.  Under the guidance of Ms. Ma, the students spent over 90 hours creating an amazing gingerbread Japanese landscape featuring Studio Ghibli's famous characters.  It is now on display as part of the Gingerbread Lane at the Hyatt downtown.  Click here to vote for Windermere's entry #19.

November 30
Graduation Numeracy Assessment Sign-up

​Any students in Grades 11  or 12 who would like to write the Graduation Numeracy Assessment in January 2019, must sign up by Tuesday, December 4 with Ms. Siddle in the school office.  Every effort will be made to accommodate all students, but space is limited.  Grade 12 students will have first priority.

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