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July 07
Windermere June 2017 Newsletter

​The June 2017 Newsletter is now published. Please see the attached document to view the newsletter. June 2017 Newsletter.docJune 2017 Newsletter.doc

July 05

Term 3 Report Cards will be issued ONLINE on June 29th.  Parents/Guardians can access Term 3 and Final Report Cards by logging into the Student/Family Portal​.  Please ask your child to provide you login information to view their Report Card.​


  • ​The primary focus of the Student Family portal is to make accessible attendance data and formal end term reporting information to students and parents/guardians.
  • Detailed course assessment may be available through the portal, but using the portal is just one of many options available to teachers to communicate student learning.
  • A paper hardcopy of student's report cards will be made available upon request to the school.
  • The accounts will be initially set up such that email communication generated from MyEd will be sent to the Office 365 email account.  A school would not manage a change of email address by the student/parent/guardian except to reset this back to the Office 365 email account.
    • The 'I forgot my password' process will send a new password to the Primary email address. Users should ensure that they know how to access this email account be it the Office 365 account or another email account that they changed to during the 'First Time Logging In' process.


QRG First Time Logging In.pdfQRG First Time Logging In.pdf

QRG Student Family Portal Tour.pdfQRG Student Family Portal Tour.pdf

QRG Switching to Desktop View from a Mobile Device.pdfQRG Switching to Desktop View from a Mobile Device.pdf

July 05
Summer Office Hours 7:30am - 2:00pm

​The Main Office will be open throughout the summer from 7:30am to 2:00pm.

June 20
Yearend Class Schedule

​Classes will be formally in session until Thursday, June 22nd. On Friday, June 23rd, the grade 12 students will write their English 12 Provincial Exam at 9:00am followed by a Grad Barbeque hosted by our Counselling team. 

The Communications 12 Provincial Exam will take place on Monday, June 26th at 9:00am. 

There will be no formal classes this Friday. From June 26th to 29th, teachers will be available in their classrooms for students to catch up on missing work or for enrichment. 

Report cards will be published in the Family Portal on Thursday, June 29th. If you would like a paper copy, please request a copy at the Main Office.

June 07
Double Block Schedule June 12-15
May 24
Windermere 2017-18 Calendar
May 12
Windermere Students Recognized in Parliament

​Windermere students Flora Xu, jeazyl Pichay, Ava Bui and Celina Joel submitted an 800 signature petition to Member of Parliament Don Davies regarding Nestle's access to B.C's groundwater.

The issue is that the Nestle's Company is paying $2.25 per million litres of BC water to sell in plastic water bottles from the kawkawa Lake sub-watershed. The Windermere students created a petition and obtained 800+ signatures against such actions. MP davies presented the petition to the parliament on March 22nd which coincided with World Water Day.

Congratulations to our students for raising such an important issue and having their voices heard in parliament.

April 30
Windermere Newsletter April 2017
April 28
13 Seasons Why Netflix Series - Guidance for Parents/Guardians/Caregivers

  13 Reasons Why Netflix Series

Guidance for Parents/ Guardians/ Caregivers:
In light of the popularity of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why and its depiction of suicide, bullying, drunk driving we want to bring to your attention the following information.
The B.C. Ministry of Education and many mental health organizations are highlighting concerns and providing guidance to school communities and parents to be aware of the dangers and risks associated with children and young people who have been exposed to the series.
It is important for parents to know what children are watching and if necessary, engage them in reflective conversations to make sense of what they are seeing on TV or social media. The following article was created by the Suicide Awareness Voices for Education Society (SAVE), reasons/ as a guideline for talking to children about the TV series. It explains much of the shows content, and the reasons why some mental health associations are urging caution in allowing children/teens to watch the show unsupported.
School counsellors can assist school staff and parents to engage in supportive conversations with students as well as provide resources and offer expertise in preventing harmful behaviors.
If you need help:
    HealthLink BC- Call 811 or visit
    BC Mental Health Support Line- 310-6789
    Kids Help Line 310-1234
    Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868
    Call 9-1-1 if you believe that someone’s life is in danger.
Important Information – Please Translate
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   这是一份重要信息请找人为您翻译       Información importante - Por favor traducir
   Thông tin quan trọng - Xin phiên dịch
April 28
Mandinu DeSilva Wins Provincial Titles in Badminton

​Windermere student Mandinu De Silva won gold medals at the Provincial Badminton Tournament in both Singles and Doubles competition. Congratulations Mandinu on your achievement!Mandinu De Silva.jpgMandinu De Silva.jpg

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