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Monday, February 27, 2017

Day 2 (GHEF)

 IN THE CAFETERIA *Menu is subject to change

Soup $2.75:  Olla Podrida (Spanish National Soup)

Entrée $5.50:  Awesome Mac & Cheese w/Salad & a Bun

2nd Entrée $5.50: Cheeseburger & Fries (limited offering, 20 only)

Dessert $1.50: Banana Shortbread Cake


Course Planning All Grade 8 and 9 students MUST hand in their completed and signed course planning sheets by Thursday March 2nd at 3:00pm.  Grade 8's please hand in your course planning form to Mr. Freeman.  Grade 9's, please hand in your form to Ms. DeYoung.  We are both in the counselling suite.


Beyond the Blues There will be an event called ‘Beyond the Blues’ held on Tues, Feb 28 at lunch in the main lobby. The event will be facilitated by the school nurse and raises awareness about mental health & local resources. There will be activities & possibly prizes


POP N’ LOC Tupper theatre proudly presents “Pop n’ Loc: The Dancical” on March 1, 3, 7 and 9 in the Dramatorium. Doors at 6:30pm, show at 7:00pm. Tickets are $5.00 in advance, $10.00 @the door.


Explore Capilano Info Night Grade 10, 11 & 12 students, families and friends are invited to attend a fun, interactive Open House event on Thursday, March 2 from 5:30-8:00pm at the North Van campus. RSVP at for the chance to win prizes, including a $500 Tuition Waiver!


LANGARA VISIT MARCH 2, 11AM - 1PM:  ONE ON ONE INTERVIEWS WITH AN ADMISSIONS ADVISOR On March 2, an Admission Advisor will be at Tupper to answer questions about going to Langara.  If you have applied or are thinking about applying to Langara, this is a great opportunity to speak with an expert.  You can book an interview time for yourself or for a small group of friends to meet with Ms. Rummie Nijjer, a very experienced advisor.  Please see Mr. Freeman to book your preferred time with her.


Elections Canada will be here at lunch time in the foyer on Thursday, March 9 and Friday, March 10 to register students who will be old enough to vote in the upcoming Provincial Election.  They will also be advertising short term employment possibilities for students who would like to work during the election. 

CAPILANO UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE AWARDS recognize excellence in scholastic, athletic, and artistic achievement, as well as demonstrated commitment to community involvement and leadership endeavours of future Cap U students.  Visit and/or see Mr. Freeman for more information.  Deadline to apply is Mar 31, 2017.

Studio 102 is ready to use at lunches and after school!  It has a green screen, green screen panels, and lighting for school projects and event photography. You can take photos and videos and fit custom backgrounds in later with a whole variety of green screen device apps. We also have a PA set up for live music rehearsal and recording from the floor. Studio 102 is located on the first floor across from the weight room. There is a sign-up sheet with available times on the door below the zombie crossing sign. Please book the day before. Tiger Media – Record your ROARS

The Tupper CST are looking for volunteers to help with our Number Ninjas after school math program. Number Ninjas is all about creating a FUN and positive environment for grade 6 & 7 students who need support with basic math skills. This program runs for 6 weeks at Dickens main and students will get the training and support needed for this program as well as volunteer hours. If you are interested please come see Emily, Steve or Teri in the CST office located beside the counselling suite.


SUN RUN VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY Come join us SUNDAY APRIL 23RD to manage the water station in the stadium at the end of the race. You will get a T-Shirt, volunteer hours and letter. The first 30 students to bring back their signed consents will have this opportunity to be part of the biggest “Fun” road race in Canada. Come by the CST office to get an application. We would like to have volunteers sign up before March Break.


Coast Capital Savings Youth Get It Education Awards 60 Education Awards available to youth who have faced adversity and not only risen up against the odds, but are demonstrating a commitment to continue their education.  This award is open to students who have faced challenges like poverty, health issue, family issues, personal loss, or lack of supports.  Visit and/or see Mr. Freeman for more information.  Deadline to apply is in early May, 2017.​​​