All Staff and Students! Please be reminded of our Collaboration Day tomorrow. Bell rings at 9:35am, please don’t be late!
Reminder to all the Grade 8 French Immersion Students who going to the field-trip tomorrow, Wednesday May 31st, you will need to be in the rotunda at 8:20am SHARP, regardless of the Collab day - otherwise you will miss the bus!
Intramurals again at lunch, today. Teams today will be Somalia vs United Nations followed by Zimbabwe vs Nigeria.
Attention all Wildgainze Members! There will be a brief but very important meeting at lunch on Wednesday in room, B210. All those wanting to participate in year-end activities including the Supper and Lift Competitions or receive a club shirt, must attend.
Girls Rugby Players, please bring your uniforms back to Mr. Charlton, ASAP.
All library books and other items are due back to the library Thursday, June 1st. Please get your items in by Thursday!
Hey Wildcats! Student Council presents it’s last SPIRIT WEEK of the year from June 5th to 9th. The days are follows:
Monday is Shady Monday, rock your favourite sunglasses
Tuesday is Tropical Tuesday
Wednesday is Colour Wars – Grade 12s are blue,
Grade 11s are black,
Grade 10s are pink,
Grade 9s are red
and Grade 8s are white
Staff please wear grey
Thursday is Hat Day and to finish the week we have is Flip Flop Friday
Come out next week and show your wildcat spirit!
Hey Wildcats! Do you like improv? Do you have committing to anything? Then the Improv Club is right for you! Tuesdays at lunch in the drama room! No commitment, just fun.
Social Justice Students are trying to help pups and cats in need. Get your donation items in for RAPS, today. They are asking for blankets, towels, sheets, bowls, collars, leashes and unused or gently used toys for animals in need. Please put your donations into the bin in room, C214.
On Thursday, June 1st the Canadian Forces Recruiting is holding an Information Session at their New Westminster location, starting at 6pm. The session will focus on the various paid education programs. Note that the application process is lengthy… the ideal time to apply is at the end of Grade 11. See Ms. Bernard for additional information.
Douglas College in New Westminster is holding a variety of information sessions on Thursday, June 1st. Visit the College website for a listing of sessions available.
Hey Wildcats! Good job everyone on surviving the year so far. The Multicultural Club is proud of you. To celebrate, we will be having a final party! There will be food, shenanigans and lots of fun. Come to the Multicultural Club this Thursday at lunch!