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Friday, October 12, 2018 - Day 1 (1234)

 

IN THE CAFETERIA *Menu is subject to change

Soup $2.75: Soup of the Day

Entrée $5.75: Turkey Pot Pie with Fries

Entrée $5.75:

Dessert $1.75: Bake of the Day


STUDENT VOICE PROGRAM: Attention all Tupper students.  SVP is back!  That's right, the Student Voice Program is back for another year.  This is the program that gives students a chance to work with Student Teachers and support them in their development as teachers.  If you're interested in observing, providing feedback to, and generally getting to know this year's crop of Student Teachers, come to a meeting on Tuesday, October 16 at lunch in room 400.  All are welcome.  Love, Madame Dong, Ms. Wong & Mr. Lum.


 

EARTHQUAKE DRILL: Thursday October 18th, 2018 @ 10:20 - Earthquake Drill (Shakeout BC) – No Evacuation

 


BEST BUDDIES: Best Buddies meeting for new and returning participants on Thursday, Oct. 11 at 11:40-12:00 in

Rm 211, Ms. Matsuzaki’s room. Everyone welcome!

 


CINDERELLA PROJECT: To all Grade 12s, if you are in financial need and may not be able to pay for all the grad events such as photos, gowns/suits, hair/make up, there is an organization that wants to help.  The Cinderella Project will provide you with everything to make grad season a resounding success.  There are limited spots and it is first qualified, first admitted.  Please see Mr. Lee as soon as possible if you would like to apply. (Oct 15)

 


LANGUAGE CHALLENGE EXAMS: For any students wanting to write a LANGUAGE CHALLENGE EXAM for any of a number of languages other than English, please see the information posted on Mr. Lee's door.  All completed applications must be turned into Mr. Lee by October 19, 2018.

 


Work Experience Opportunities

(See Ms. Ma for details in Room 303J, email ssma@vsb.bc.ca, or check the Work Experience board on the 3rd Floor):

  • Trades Expo (Oct. 25-26): Field trip to the Cloverdale Agriplex Fairgrounds 9 am - 3 pm. Explore the trades; employers are onsite to hire--no experience necessary, just a good attitude and a willingness to learn. Register at https://www.trades-expo.ca/

·         Van Dusen Glow in the Garden (Oct. 19-31): Volunteer Greeters, Traffic & Info Providers, and Craft Station Leaders needed daily from 4:45 - 9:15 pm.  Orientation: Oct 18 @ 5-6 pm. Perks provided.

·         Disney on Ice (Nov. 20-25): Volunteer Sales Associates needed; minimum 20 hours commitment.  Meal per shift provided. Application deadline:  Oct. 19

·         The 27th Annual Wellness Show (Feb. 3-4): Volunteer Coat Check, Promotion Bags, Badges, & many other stations needed. Sign-up deadline:  Oct. 22.  Orientation: Feb. 1, 2019 @ 5 pm

·         Big Elf Run (Dec. 15): Volunteer entertainers (carollers, band members, dancers, comedians, magicians, circus performer, mimes, etc.) needed. Parents must register for anyone under 19 at https://www.runningtoursinc.com/bigelfrun

·         SFU Actuarial Sciences Activity and Research Presentation (Nov. 27): fieldtrip opportunity 9:30 am - 2 pm.  Dr. Altman presents "Theft to Brain Food:  How the Wonderfully Wide World of Statistics Can Answer Your Questions." Email:  sfuscienceoutreach@sfu.ca. See Ms. Ma for Fieldtrip Form--first come first served because of limited registration.

·         Better Business Bureau: work experience only; contact Ms. Ma

·         Ghost Train volunteers needed:  sign-up at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ghost-train-2018-stanley-park-railway-volunteer-sign-up-tickets-49564841776; mandatory orientation Oct. 6 or Oct. 9 @ 4 - 5 pm.

·         Science World volunteers needed:  submit resumes to Ms. Ma and pick your shifts.  Minimum 80 hours commitment of 10 days (only 4 are school days). 

·         South Granv ille Park Lodge: needs volunteers  interested in nursing, particularly geriatric care       ​