Thursday, Jan. 10th, 2019

Please return or renew your library books. All books are due back this week. If you would like to keep a book longer, come to the library to renew.

French Immersion and Core French Students! It is this time of the year again. Time for the “Concours d’art oratoire”! If you are interested in participating in one of the following categories of the Concours, may it be the traditional style, Ted Talk style, or in pairs, please come to a short meeting next Friday, January 18th at lunch in Mme Achour’s Room, B213.

Are you a Grade 9 or 10 Immersion student? Would you like to spend a part of next year studying somewhere else? If so, consider the student exchange to study 3 months in a school in Quebec. If you are interested, please come to a short meeting on Wednesday, January 16th at lunch in Mme Laub’s Room, C117.

Hey Wildcats! Calling all table tennis enthusiasts! Try-outs & practices for the table tennis team are today after school in the RotundaSign-up at Room B127 and B130 today! 

Attention all McMath tennis players. Please come to Mr. Thiessen’s Room, B219 at break tomorrow for a quick meeting. See you there! 

Hey Scientists! We will NOT be having a science club event this Friday. Hope to see you all next week!

To all Creative Thinking Club Members! Happy New Year! We’ll have our first session of 2019 today in Mr. Ryan’s Room, B221 at lunch. Be sure to bring your friend and enjoy lunchtime with us!

Anyone who is interested in performing in the Chinese New Year celebration, come to Ms. Sun’s room, C116. The sign-up sheet is posted outside of the classroom. Everyone is welcome.

Wildcats! Want to meet students from other schools? Interested in learning more about leadershipCambie is holding this year’s first Table 38 next Tuesday, January 15th from 3:45 pm to 5:15 pm. Please see Mrs. Lim in B202 for more details. Food will be provided.

Pizza! Pizza! Pizza! Pizza is for sale tomorrow! Come down to the rotunda at lunch for hot fresh delicious pizza. At $2 a slice, we sell out fast! Proceeds go towards helping schools in Costa Rica.