Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

The SD38 Career Programs office is offering an opportunity for Grades 9 to 11 students to spend a morning with our Professional Cook Youth Train in Trades program. Come work alongside current Youth Train in Trades students and Red Seal instructors. Register now as space is limited. Priority will be given to those in Grades 10 & 11. The Open House will be on February 26th at Richmond Secondary School. To register, see your Career Information Advisor.

To all Grade 10, 11, & 12 studentsBCIT is having its Big Info, the largest program expo and information session. Only held twice each year, it’s your chance to find out about all the full-time and part-time programs from businesscomputing, and health to engineeringtrades, and applied sciences. Learn about certificate, diploma, and degree offerings. Attend Big Info tonight, February 19th, at the Burnaby Campus from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm​.

To all Grade 10, 11, & 12 students! Vancouver Film School invites you to a special event where you will be able to see the latest creations from 3D Animation & Visual Effects students. Get the opportunity talk to the creators about their experience at VFS. Space is limited. Register for free. Its tomorrow from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at VFS Animation Campus, 151 West Cordova Street, Vancouver.

Grads! The Richmond Cares Richmond Gives website now has information on the Richmond Community Foundation scholarships. Take a look and consider applying. Visit rcrg.org for more information.  

Tomorrow, McMath will be hosting its 4thAnnual SCIENCE CELEBRATION! Come out to the South Gym during lunch & celebrate everything Science! Come visit the 182 projects on display tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 20th, South Gym at lunch.

Wow Wildcats! You raised $1570, that is fifteen hundred and seventy dollars for the wildlife in Australia. Thank you so much for your generosity! The money raised will go to feed injured, rescued, and orphaned wildlife. We can make a positive impact when we work together for the environment. Way to go!

Did you know that now is a great time to help pollinators. We need pollinators to go to flowers so we can grow fruit and veggies. Pollinators are Bees, Birds, Bats, and Butterflies. How can you help pollintors? Put up bird houses, put up bat houses - they eat mosquitoes, put up Mason Bee houses - they don't sting and help the garden, plant butterfly gardens. Stay tuned for more ideas.

With only 3 school days left until this year’s theatre production, “That’s Not How I Remember It” opens, have you bought your tickets yet? Tickets continue to sell at lunch in front of the theatre & they are becoming limited. Don’t miss out on your chance to see this hilarious throwback to the 80’s.

Attention Senior Rugby Players! The first practice is this Thursday at 3:00 pm on our back fieldCleats and mouth guards required. All players to be out. Forms & schedule will be handed out at this 1st practice

Interested in joining the McMath Tennis Team? There will be a short tennis info meeting tomorrow at break in Mr. Thiessen’s Room B219.

Hey RHFH Club Members! Today we will be having a meeting to colour posters for our upcoming samosa sale! Hope to see you there!

Wildcat Scientists! Wanna make your very own Fire TornadoCome out tomorrow at lunch to Mr. Yeung’s Room C221!

Book Club Members! Reminder that we have a meeting tomorrow after school in the library. Hope to see you there!

Multicultural Club is celebrating the French festival tomorrow in Mrs. Sun’s Room C116. We will have fun trivia, kahoot, and lots of food!

Ski Club! The ski day that was canceled is being refunded to your school cash online account. Any student who missed a day due to being sick can see Mr. Pattern or Ms. Lai for a snow check voucher.

Hey Wildcats! Come out to the North Gym today at lunch to watch McMath Idol!

PIZZA! PIZZA! PIZZA! Get your hot, delicious PIZZA for $2 a slice on Friday at lunch in front of the McMath office. Pizza sales are helping raise money for the humanitarian work to be completed by our group headed to Costa Rica this year. Thanks!