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The Week Ahead, Oct 30 - Nov 3

october 30-November 3



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November 6

PAC Meeting


November 7

Photo Retakes


November 10

Hot Lunch (Subway)


November 13

Remembrance Day

(school not in session)








Tuesday, October 31

  • Pumpkin Carving


Thursday, November 2

  • Treat Day
  • Grade 6 / 7 Volleyball game at Homma 2:45





  • We will be having our Annual Halloween pumpkin carving on Tuesday, October 31st  (divisions 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12).  Students are asked to bring one small pumpkin, cleaned out from the bottom.  Please put your child’s name and division number on your pumpkin.  A reminder with more information was sent out earlier this week


  • Photo proofs were sent home over the last week.  Note that the due date has been extended to October 30th.


  • Please note that parents cannot park their cars in the apartment buildings across the street during drop off in the mornings.  We have received calls that this is happening most days of the week.  Those are private stalls for the residents of that building.  On a similar note, the entrance to the school is on Springmont Avenue, and the exit is on 4th Avenue.  Please do not enter on 4th.


  • Thank you to everyone who supported the PACs veggie and donut fundraisers.  We did meet the minimums.


  • Breakfast club will continue every Friday morning.  8am in the gym, all students are welcome. We will have toast, cream cheese, jam, granola bars and juice.





School Story in Action 2023-2024 


October 27, 2023 


Each week, we will try to share a part of our School Story and how it applies to our community's daily learning. Our School Story is based on the Core Competencies found in the BC Curriculum and a focus on The First Peoples Principles of Learning. 


 This week we would like to highlight our Weekly Breakfast Club. A group of staff and student volunteers welcome all students to share a meal and time together on Friday mornings. Students can connect with students from different grades, classes, and programs.  


 This links to our School Story focus in the following way: 

Learning ultimately supports the well-being of the self, and the community. 

Learning is holistic, and relational. 

  (First Peoples Principles of Learning) 




Updated: Friday, October 27, 2023