EARLY DISMISSAL – Thursday, Jan.31 1:55 pm
Volunteer Experience at the Vancouver Aquarium – Students in grades 10 – 12 can apply to volunteer to work with the public doing educational presentations and fun activities with children. You will have to commit to a specific set of 8 days during the Spring Break, in addition to training on March 9 and/or 10. You will need to see Mr. Cordoni by Wed. Jan. 30 for further details, and then be prepared to submit a student info. sheet, resume and cover letter by Feb. 1. (29) Mr. Cordoni
VOICES OF HOPE SYMPOSIUM
Attention all senior students: The Voices of Hope Symposium is a social justice conference at Corpus Christi College, on the U.B.C. campus, organized by students and showcasing outstanding student research. This is an opportunity for you to explore the social, political, and environmental challenges that we face in the 21st century, and discuss possible solutions. See our website for more details: https://sites.google.com/site/voicesofhope2013/ The keynote speech will be given by Grace Rwanda (http://www.gracerwanda.org/). There is a registration fee of $20 which includes snacks and lunch. If interested please see Ms. Sim by Thursday January 31st.
POINT GREY BC SPCA CLUB
The Point Grey BC SPCA Club will be selling Valentine plushigrams in the front halls during lunch starting on Monday, Jan. 28. The plushigrams will be delivered on Feb. 14 so if you want to send your friends or that “special someone” something special, you can get one in the front hall. Each plushigram will be sent with a card and an adorable stuffed animal.
Please join us for Theatre PM’s presentation of Victorious Victorians: a collection of period pieces (predating the 20th century), presented on January 29th and 30th in the Breezeway Studio at 7:30. Also, the Improv Team will open the show. Tix at door: $5 for students and seniors, $7 for adults.
JANUARY PROVINCIAL EXAMS:
The following students will be writing Provincial Exams starting January 28th, 29th, and 30th:
Jan. 29th English 10 – Library – 9:00 a.m. – 12:00
Jan. 28th SS11 – Career Centre – 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Jan. 28th FMP10 – Career Centre – 9:00 a.m. – 12:00
Jan. 30th Science 10 – Career centre – 9:00 a.m. – 12:00
ENGLISH 10 – Chen, Canye; Chih Hui Ju; Chow, Brandon Chi-Yau; Ellis, Sarah Megan; Gao, Wan Rong; He, Zi Yu; Juan, Ta Yu; Lee, Bonnie; Li, Jin Wen; Wang, Qi Ming; Zhang, Ze Hao.
FMP10 – Cho, Seungwoo; Lau, Chun Kai; Sun, Ying, Ji; Zhu, ZiYue
SCIENCE 10 – Chan, Yeuk Lam; Chen, Jing Yi; Clarke, Amberleigh Taylor; Huang, Jason Y L
SOCIAL STUDIES 11 – Kwok, Chun Ho; Lu, Shi Qi
Sr. Girls’ Field Hockey
Sandra Aeng; Sophie Wyne
Jr. Boys’ Soccer
Luke Nguyen; Aaron Ng
Jake Murphy; Federico Angel
Zach Mullin; Jason Luna
Sr. Boys’ Volleyball
Bryan Villapando; Lawrence Chen; Carter Jones
Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter: Penny Drive
The Global Issues Club and Local Issues Club are hosting a penny drive on behalf of the Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter. Funds will go to help with costs in maintaining the centre. Because the penny is going out of circulation, we ask students to save and bring their pennies on Thursday, February 7th. Teachers: Please be advised that both clubs will be coming around to classes to collect on Thursday, February 7th during block 1-3. We thank you for your cooperation.
U of Toronto Engineering Information Session - Monday, Feb. 11, Sheraton Guilford, 15269-104th Avenue, Surrey. This session starts promptly at 7:00 PM. Please go to http://discover.utoronto.ca/infoevent/surrey for information and to register for this event. (1) Mr. Cordoni