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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Day 1 (2143)


IN THE CAFETERIA *Menu is subject to change

Soup $2.75: Soup du Jour

Entrée $5.75: Sausages w/Potatoes, Gravy & Veg

2nd Entrée $5.75: Fish Tacos w/Coleslaw

Dessert $1.75: Cinnamon Buns


Fall Fusion is TODAY! Coffee House in the Foyer at 6pm. Performances in the Auditorium at 7pm.

Tickets $7 in advance / $10 at the door.


TECHNOVATION CHALLENGE TEAM If you are a grade 8 or 9 girl and would like to learn how to use technology to change the world, come to a meeting in room 301 at lunch TOMORROW. Ms. Rentz


Junior and Senior Boys Rugby To all grade 9, 10, 11 and 12 boys that are interested in playing Junior and Senior Boys rugby in the spring, there is a brief meeting at 11:40am on Monday, November 27, in Mr. Lum's room 401.  We will be getting sized up for anyone that is wanting to order tracksuits for the season.  Please be prompt.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Lee or Mr. Lum.


Attention Service Club members We need volunteers to help out on Thursday, December 14 from 5:30pm to 9pm for Parent/Teacher conferences. Please see Mr. Akrap if you are interested and are available to help on that day. Thanks!

YOUth: Navigating the World of Media On Saturday, November 25, 2017 the Youth Advisory Council of the YWCA is hosting a media literacy conference called YOUth: Navigating the World of Media.  There will be multiple workshops that educate youth about important issues in media such as: HYPER(masculinity + sexualization); Reconciliation 150+ and Indigenous Representation; REPRESENT: The Diversity Gap in Media; InvisAblities: Privilege and Ableism. Anyone interested in attending the conference can register here:


CAREER FAIR "Strengthening Connections" @ John Oliver You are invited to come to the Career Fair at John Oliver Secondary at 530 East 41st Avenue, from 9:00 am to 11:30 am on Wed, Nov 29. This is geared to inform Indigenous/non-Indigenous youth about Post-secondary programs, admission, costs, scholarships, bursaries, accommodation as well as resources and support available to our students. To Register: Please send an email to with the following information: School/Program Name, Number of students, Teacher/AEEW/AEET Name, Contact Phone number in case we need to reach you. If you have questions, please contact Chad Carpenter at


Calling all aspiring student videographers and filmmakers.  The contest invites students (individually or in teams of up to 5 members) to use their imagination and video-making skills to make a short film (maximum 5 minutes) about climate change. Full details are available at: The deadline for video entries is 4:30 pm PST March 15, 2018.


Volunteer opportunity Students interested in volunteering at UBC Model UN please see Ms. Desai in the office. As volunteers you will gain first-hand experience of College Level Model UN in the process. The dates of the conference are 5 January, 2018 - 7 January 2018 in Downtown Vancouver. Please find more details regarding the same at

VPD STUDENT CHALLENGE 2018 The Student Challenge provides 48 Grade 11 and 12 students a unique opportunity to learn about the application process, training, and a career in law enforcement. The Student Challenge is a nine-day program, running from Sunday, March 17 to Sunday, March 25, 2018. It is an excellent learning experience, and extremely challenging, both mentally and physically. Please pick up an application form in the office, and submit to our School Liaison Officer by November 24, 2017​

 Work Experience Opportunities (see Ms. Ma for details in Room 303J on Day 2s):

  • Application deadline for VCC's Baking and Pastry Arts program is due November 30, 2017. See Ms. Ma for Foodsafe Level 1 certification, final eyes on your application, and work experience.
  • Volunteers are needed at the Vancouver Christmas Market Nov. 22--Dec. 24.  Perks: free tickets, free food, a free apple cider each shift, and great social atmosphere.  Must be age 16+.  See Ms. Ma to sign-up.
  • Vancouver Aquarium Winter Break 2017 needs volunteers (See details on Room 303 J door) Apply to with the subject “Winter Break 2017 Application” and include in the email: First & Last name, Grade, School, A paragraph of interest (4-5 sentences) about why you are interested in the position. Deadline: Nov. 5 Short list notification: Nov. 9 Group interview: Nov. 12
  •         Atlantis Swim Instructors Needed: start $16.50/hour + 4% Vacation pay.  Certification required:  Red Cross WSI, NLS, CPR C & Standard First Aid.  See Ms. Ma for more details.

  •          Vancouver International Children's Festival 2018:  Volunteers, please sign-up early to choose positions and shifts.  Click link: and contact Sopie Mines for more info at or call 604-708-5655​

  •          Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports (VASS) Fun and rewarding opportunities are available.  Check for registration and details.  Must commit to training, one Christmas and one weekend camp.  Deadline Nov. 24.​