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Thank you/Merci/Hych’ka to PAC families for the generous donations to our school. Each classroom is supplied with $200 for supplies and field trips, as well as the numerous special requests for activities from Band to Athletics. Merci for sponsoring the Musical Theatre Presentation – Birth of the Canadian Pacific Railway. All requests were passed at the PAC meeting Tuesday.

Parent Drivers are needed for:

Monday Nov 20: 7/8 Boys B-Ball Away game at Maria Montessori (Gordon Head Location) Team leaves at 2:30pm

Monday Nov 27: 7/8 Boys B-Ball Away game at SMU. The team leaves at 2:30pm

Monday 

Lego Robotics Club 3:15-4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Boys’ B-Ball meeting at recess and game @ Maria Montessori afterschool (students leave at 2:30). We will know at recess if games are forfeited because of transportation.

Lost and Found – all items donated to charity after school today. 

Tuesday

Student Leadership Mtg @ lunch in Mme. Abell’s room 

Tea in the foyer – in the foyer for some herbal tea compliments of our Aboriginal Department. Students are encouraged to bring their own mug.

Edison Robotics Club 3:15-4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s Room

Grade 6/7 B-Ball @ Journey vs. SMUS and GNS. 3:45 start time

Homework Club for Ms. Dvorak’s students at lunch by appointment in your classroom

Sk8 Park – weather permitting @ lunch for student with waiver forms.

Wednesday 

Subway Lunch Day @ lunch $3.50 each. Cash and munch cards accepted. Munch cards available in the office for $20

Sk8 Park – at lunch today with Mr. Donegani (weather permitting).

Outdoor Club – listen for announcements about where to meet at lunch. Remember to wear clothes to suit the weather

Thursday

Early Dismissal @ 11:58 Parent/Teacher/Student Conferences today 1-4:40 and 5:30-7 pm.

Friday 

Professional Development Day – school not in session for students

 
 

Parent/Teacher Conferences: The Appointment Booking system is now OPEN

Go to: https://journey.schoolsoft.ca

Register as a new user (green writing): Register now

Add this link to your address book: appointments@schoolsoft.ca

 

See the official letter in the link below.

Conference Manager for Parent teacher interviews Parent Notice – 2017 Term 1

 
 

Thank you/Merci/Hych’ka to all our students for honouring our military members past and present at  our Remembrance Day Assembly on Friday. Students contributed by playing in the Band and Drumline, singing songs, reading poems, and decorating the gym and foyer. Our cadets stood at attention and helped lower our flags at the end. It was a day of respect and reflection. 

Staff Update – We welcome Ms. Reisa Horton. Ms. Horton will be team teaching with Mme. Larsen in Division 21.

Lost and Found – we have a large selection of clothing and items in our lost and found boxes. Please encourage your child to stop by and take home what is theirs. All items left over on Friday, Nov. 17 will be donated to a local charity.

Christmas Bureau 2017 is inviting families to apply to Santa’s Anonymous again this year.  Families who may be in need of some assistance this year can go to the website cfaxsantas.com for more information.

Monday 

School not in session in honour of Remembrance Day 

Tuesday

New FAST Rotations begin today (FAST stands for Fine Arts, Applied Skills and Technology)

Student Leadership Mtg @ lunch in Mme. Abell’s room 

Tea in the foyer – in the foyer for some herbal tea compliments of our Aboriginal Department. Students are encouraged to bring their own mug. 

Edison Robotics Club – cancelled today. We will resume next week

Homework Club for Ms. Dvorak’s students at lunch by appointment in your classroom

Sk8 Park – weather permitting @ lunch for student with waiver forms.

PAC Meeting tonight in the Annie Acreman Library at Journey 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. 

Wednesday 

Canadian  usical Theatre Presentation – Birth of the Canadian Pacific Railway 9-10 a.m. in the gym

Pizza Day @ lunch $2.00 per dog! Cash and munch cards accepted. Munch cards available in the office for $20

Sk8 Park – at lunch today with Mr. Donegani (weather permitting).

Outdoor Club – listen for announcements about where to meet at lunch. Remember to wear clothes to suit the weather

Thursday

Conference Manager Opens for Parents today at 6 a.m. Journey uses this online booking system for our Parent/Teacher/Student Conferences Thursday, November 23 1-4:30 and 5:30-7 pm. The link will be sent to you via email and posted to our website on Wednesday. Contact Glenn Bedard if you have difficulties accessing the system.

Exploratories – remember to bring your supplies, equipment and a change of clothes depending on your exploratory. We will supply the band aids.

Bake Sale – Div. 13 is hosting a bake sale @ lunch to raise money for Vancouver Island Compassion Dogs.

Calling all female students: Are you, or someone you know, interested in solving puzzles, finding solutions to challenges, and interested in learning more about coding?  I am excited to announce our first ever hackathon through a partnership with hackergal.org.   If you are interested, please meet with Ms. Dvorak in room 1133 today at lunch for more information.  NO CODING EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. (Don’t worry, boys will have a similar opportunity later in the year.) “Hackergal is a not-for-profit organization that introduces young girls across Canada to coding through the experience of a hackathon. With women vastly underrepresented in the tech industry all over the world, Hackergal strives to inspire a new wave of Canadian female coders to bring equality to the booming industry.”

Youth Orchestra performs at Journey today for our music students from 11-12 in the Gym. Well behaved families are welcome to attend.

Grade 6/7 Girls Basketball practice 7:30 am

Grade 6/7 Boys Basketball practice @ lunch

Div. 11 Homework @ lunch by appointment

Friday 

Junior Achievement in the classroom – Andy, the Pizza Man is coming to share his experiences as coach, businessman, with Division 8 today.

Litter Pick Up – to keep our school grounds clean, the whole school will be out picking up litter this afternoon (two songs long).

S’mores and Hot Chocolate at the Fire Pit for Halloween Scary Door Contest winners (dress for the weather).

 
 

Dear Parents,

Following up from my last message, you may be aware that graffiti was found at the school yesterday.  As per community violence threat risk assessment protocol, RCMP was immediately contacted. The school, RCMP and the District’s Safe Schools Team have been working collaboratively to review the situation. This collaborative process is part of an ongoing commitment to ensure a safe learning environment for all.

After reviewing the total information received to date, RCMP and the District Team deem the situation to be “low risk”Notwithstanding this evaluation, we are committed to following up on any new information as it comes to light.

An announcement was made to students yesterday that the school was aware of the situation and reassurances were given.  A wide range of reactions is typical and can vary with each individual. I encourage you to discuss this with your child if they seem concerned.

I appreciate your assistance in reminding youth that social media is a public domain and that it may be more appropriate to discuss thoughts and feelings in person. Speculation and rumours are not helpful and in fact can make the investigative work to be done at the school and by the RCMP more complicated.

We take issues that could affect school safety seriously.  If you have any information or concerns related to this or other related incidents, please contact the school principal, Laurie Szadkowski, at (250) 642-5881.

Sincerely,

Laurie Szadkowski

Principal

Journey Middle School

 

Additional information:

 

The following class announcement was shared by teachers with students today:

 

I have some information to add to the information Mrs. Szadkowski shared with us in her announcement about the graffiti found at the school yesterday.

 

The school, RCMP and the District’s Safe Schools Team have been working together to review the situation. After reviewing the total information received to date, RCMP, and the District Team deem the situation to be “low risk”. It is the responsibility of the experts in our school and community to take steps to investigate incidents like this to ensure that you are safe.

 

Hearing this may bring up some questions or concerns for you.  Talking to your parents or adults in your life and at school may help.

 

I appreciate your assistance in remembering that social media is a public domain and that it may be more appropriate to discuss thoughts and feelings in person. Speculation and rumours are not helpful and in fact can make the investigative work to be done at the school and by the RCMP more complicated.

 

What we know now is that RCMP are working with the school to investigate any information they receive. If you have information you think may be helpful, please share it with the school principal.

Tips for parents – to assist you in these conversations, you may wish to consider the following:

Model strong coping behaviours:

  • Remember that you are important models in your child’s life and he / she will look to see how you are handling this situation. Being calm is very important.

Help your child build resilience:

  • Resilience the ability to bounce back after an unexpected event or situation in a way that makes one stronger and more confident.
  • Acknowledge their concern, but also talk about positive things that are happening in our world and ways that youth are making a difference (i.e. recycling, fund-raising, volunteering)
 
 

This morning we found messages on the side of the school written in chalk.  Of the messages found, three were inappropriate.  We followed our protocol and took pictures and removed the messages as soon as possible. All messages have been forwarded to the RCMP.  The RCMP keep messages on file and look for patterns in messages and handwriting etc.  Both the RCMP and I do not feel the threats are serious; however, there could be some students who feel anxious.  Mrs. Szadkowski made make a brief announcement to students just before the end of the day and asked for anyone with information to come forward.

 
 

Raincoats and Boots – We live on the west coast and enjoy the rains of Autumn. Students are expected to go outside at recess and lunch to get some fresh air and physical activity. Please remind your child to wear clothing and footwear suited to the weather (we realize this is easier said than done). P.E. can also be outside and a change of clothes is always needed indoors or out.

Time Change – clocks roll back at 2 a.m. Sunday morning. Enjoy your extra hour!

Staff Update – We say goodbye to EA, Kris Begg as she moves on to a new position and welcome EAs Chandra Maragh and Raymond Yee to our Journey Team.

Monday 

Lego Robotics Club 3:15-4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s Room

Mr. Elm’s class has video trailers due to Mr. Roy today.

Junior Girls’ B-Ball practice at lunch- gym

Fire Drill 2:20 weather permitting

Grade 7/8 Boys Basketball Game at Journey 3:45 Families are welcome to cheer on our team. 

Tuesday

Student Leadership Mtg @ lunch in Kat A’s room 

Tea in the foyer – in the foyer for some herbal tea compliments of our Aboriginal Department. Students are encouraged to bring their own mug. 

Edison Robotics Club – 3:15 -4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s room.

Homework Club for Ms. Dvorak’s students at lunch by appointment in your classroom

Sk8 Park – weather permitting @ lunch for student with waiver forms. 

Wednesday 

Hot Dog Day @ lunch $2.00 per dog! Cash and munch cards accepted. Munch cards available in the office for $20

Sk8 Park – at lunch today with Mr. Donegani (weather permitting).

Outdoor Club – listen for announcements about where to meet at lunch. Remember to wear clothes to suit the weather

Thursday

Exploratories – remember to bring your supplies, equipment and a change of clothes depending on your exploratory. We will supply the band aids.

Litter Pick Up – to keep our school grounds clean, the whole school will be out picking up litter this afternoon (two songs long).

Youth Orchestra performs at Journey today for our music students from 11-12 in the Gym. Well behaved families are welcome to attend. 

Grade 6/7 Boys Basketball Game at Journey 3:45

Grade 6/7 Girls Basketball practice 7:30 am

Grade 6/7 Boys Basketball practice @ lunch

Div. 11 Homework @ lunch by appointment

Friday

Remembrance Day Assembly – 10:30 today in our gym. Today we respectfully remember our veterans and armed forces personnel.

 

 

 
 

Halloween dance – Thank you to the parent volunteers who helped make our first dance of the year a success! Fun was had by all.

School Info:  Journey Spirit Wear available in the office to purchase and/or order. ALL CHEQUES PAYABLE TO “SD62” PLEASE. Confidential orders can be placed with our office staff in time for gift giving in December.

Monday 

Lego Robotics Club 3:15-4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s Room

Picture Retake Day – multipurpose room during the morning. Listen for announcements

Junior Girls’ B-Ball practice at lunch- gym

Pre-purchased Spook-o-grams delivered to classrooms

Tuesday 

Happy Halloween – students and staff are welcome to wear costumes today if they choose. Please remember no masks, excessive gore and no pretend or real weapons.

Judgement Day – The Halloween Door Contest in Narnia wraps up today.

Mission to Mars Divisions 3,4, & 5 begin their journey with a Meet and Greet during Blocks 4 & 5 in the Multi-Purpose Room. Remember to come in character.

Tea in the foyer – in the foyer for some herbal tea compliments of our Aboriginal Department. Students are encouraged to bring their own mug. 

Edison Robotics Club – 3:15 -4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s room.

Homework Club for Ms. Dvorak’s students at lunch by appointment in your classroom

Sk8 Park – weather permitting @ lunch for student with waiver forms. 

Wednesday 

Pizza Lunch Day @ lunch $3.50 per slice (your choice of pepperoni, cheese or ham & pineapple. Cash and munch cards accepted. Munch cards available in the office for $20

Sk8 Park – at lunch today with Mr. Donegani (weather permitting).

Outdoor Club – listen for announcements about where to meet at lunch. Remember to wear clothes to suit the weather

Litter Pick Up – to keep our school grounds clean, the whole school will be out picking up litter this afternoon (two songs long).

Thursday

Exploratories – remember to bring your supplies, equipment and a change of clothes depending on your exploratory. We will supply the band aids.

Grade 6/7 Girls Basketball practice 7:30 am

Grade 6/7 Boys Basketball practice @ lunch

Div. 11 Homework @ lunch by appointment

Friday

Veterans with service dogs visit several classrooms today.

Neighbourhood of Narnia @ Commonwealth Pool all day.

Early Dismissal Friday – The elementary schools have passed on their thanks for reminding your child not to visit elementary schools before they dismiss.

 
 

PAC Info:

Halloween dance – Could we please have some parent volunteers to help with the food service at the dance on Oct. 26th at 6pm. If you can help please email journeypacmom@gmail.com.

Purdys – Treat yourself, your family and friends this Christmas!  WE’RE FUNDRAISING WITH PURDYS CHOCOLATIER!  THIS PROGRAM GIVES 25% OF THE SALES BACK TO JOURNEY.   Brochures and order forms have gone home in back packs.  Or simply go to purdysgpp.com, log in/create an account and follow the instructions.  The group number is 36616. **VERY IMPORTANT**  In the “additional info” field, please enter student’s name and teacher’s name and note if you want the order sent home or if you are picking it up.  Orders are due by Nov. 22nd and will be available to pick up Dec. 13th.  Thank you!

SPUD – The PAC is offering a new fundraiser this year through SPUD!  SPUD is an online grocer which specializes in fresh, local, primarily organic foods.  They’ve been around for a number of years and many families may already be familiar with them and using the service.  A poster is attached which outlines how the program works (existing SPUD customers can support this – it’s not limited to new customers!).  Sooke receives free delivery on Thursdays with a minimum $45 order and the PAC receives 25% for every produce box sold!  Please let us know if you have any questions or need help getting your first order going.  Thank you for your support!

Art cards – Our amazing art teacher Ms. Johnston is helping interested kids in art this term to make some beautiful artwork that can be turned into greeting cards, mugs, blankets and so much more. It turns your child’s artwork into gifts! The art and order forms will be sent home in the next couple weeks. Please order by Nov. 3 to receive your order by Christmas. If your child is not in art this term and you would like them to participate in this fundraiser, please ask them to stop by the art room and speak with Ms. Johnston or email the pac at the email address below.

Milk Money – Do you buy your milk at Village Foods? Do you know that Village Foods gives our school money every time you buy milk there? Did you fill out a milk money form when your child was in elementary school and the money is still going to that school? Please fill out the form and drop off at the store to register for the first time or if you need to let Village Foods know your child is going to Journey!

All questions regarding fundraising can be directed to:  journeymiddleschoolpac@gmail.com

School Info:

Journey Spirit Wear coming this week so come see what we have JMS sweatshirts are $35.00 with or without a zipper and T-shirts for $15.00. We have red and black available and order forms if we don’t have your size. All Journey Wear is prepaid in adult sizes. Listen to announcements on Monday so you can come and get your Journey Swag!  ALL CHEQUES PAYABLE TO SD62  PLEASE. Confidential orders can be placed with our office staff in time for gift giving in December.

2017 BC Junior Chess Championship – Open to all B.C. Juniors (born after: Jan 1, 1998) Qualifier for the 2018 BC Closed Championship

Richmond Lansdowne Centre – Nov 11-13, 2017.  Register Now!! Early Bird Ends on Oct 23rd, 2017. Cancellation: 48 hours before event starts.

When: Saturday Nov 11- Monday Nov 13, 2017 Where: Unit 842 & 844 Lansdown Centre, 5300 Number 3 Rd, Richmond BC Sections:

  • Championship (CFC 1500 & above): November 11, 12 & 13 (Saturday Afternoon, Sunday & Monday) 3-day event
  • Reserve (CFC 800 – 1499): November 11, 12 & 13 (Saturday Afternoon, Sunday & Monday) 3-day event
  • Booster (CMA 1200 & below, or Unrated [No Chess Rating]): November 12 (Sunday) 1-day event

Tournament Director:  Stephen Wright, FIDE IA Registration and Details – http://chess2inspire.org/bc-junior-championship-tournament-2017  Event Flyer: http://chess2inspire.org/files/2017%20BC%20Junior%20Championship%20Flyer%20v1_0.pdf
Monday 

Lego Robotics Club 3:15-4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s Room

Halloween Dance Tickets on Sale $5 each in the foyer at lunch.  Tickets are on sale all week at lunch but will not be sold at the door.

Tuesday  

Litter Pick Up – to keep our school grounds clean, the whole school will be out picking up litter this afternoon (two songs long).

Halloween Dance Tickets on Sale $5 each in the foyer at lunch.

Spook-o-grams on sale at lunch in the foyer

Tea in the foyer  every Tuesday students are welcome to come to the foyer for some herbal tea compliments of our Aboriginal Department.  Students are encouraged to bring their own mug.  

Edison Robotics Club – 3:15 -4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s room.

Homework Club for Ms. Dvorak’s students at lunch by appointment in your classroom

Sk8 Park If you’ve brought in your waiver (available in the office) you are welcome to skate/scooter at lunch today.This club is sponsored by Mr. Donegani (weather permitting).  

Wednesday 

Subway Lunch Day @ lunch $4.00 per sandwich (your choice of turkey, ham & cheese, chicken or vegetarian) in the foyer.  Cash and munch cards accepted.  Munch cards available in the office for $20

Halloween Dance Tickets on Sale $5 each in the foyer at lunch.Â

The Neighbourhood of Narnia is sponsoring their annual scary door contest running Oct. 25 – Oct. 31

Grade 7/8 Basketball Practice afterschool 

Sk8 Park at lunch today with Mr. Donegani (weather permitting).

Outdoor Club listen for announcements about where to meet at lunch. Remember to wear clothes to suit the weather

Thursday

Halloween Dance Tickets on Sale $5 each in the foyer at lunch. Students must be in attendance at school today if they plan on coming to the dance tonight.  Students will not be permitted to leave the dance once they have entered unless signed out by a parent/guardian.

Spook-o-grams on sale at lunch in the foyer

Grade 6/7 Girls Basketball practice 7:30 am

Grade 6/7 Boys Basketball practice @ lunch

Div. 11 Homework @ lunch by appointment

Friday 

Spook-o-grams on sale at lunch in the foyer 

Early Dismissal Friday  Please remind your child not to visit elementary schools when they are still in session.  If they are picking up a younger student, we are happy to have them stay at Journey in the foyer or playground while they wait.

 
 

Welcome Former Journey Teacher and UVic Prof coming this week – We have Mr. Phil Duchene coming into Ms. Gitzel’s classroom Monday, October 16th for 2nd and 3rd block. He will be introducing a play called No Stepping Back that he helped to create, which is based on some of the suggestions from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Journey Spirit Wear coming next week so come see what we have JMS sweatshirts are $35.00 with or without a zipper and T-shirts for $15.00. We have red and black available and order forms if we don’t have your size. All Journey Wear is prepaid in adult sizes. Listen to announcements on Monday so you can come and get your Journey Swag! ALL CHEQUES PAYABLE TO SD62 PLEASE. Confidential orders can be placed with our office staff in time for gift giving in December.

PAC Update – Purdys Christmas Fundraising Program is already out and delivered to classes.   Extra forms are in the office and this fundraiser is one of the ways PAC funds your requests, please help by purchasing some delicious chocolate which also make great gifts.

Early Dismissal Friday – Please remind your child not to visit elementary schools when they are still in session. If they are picking up a younger student, we are happy to have them stay at Journey in the foyer or playground while they wait. 

Monday 

Spirit Week begins this week and today is Pajama Day. Role right out of bed and head to school (remember to eat breakfast and brush your teeth!) 

Lego Robotics Club 3:15-4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s Room

Litter Pick Up – to keep our school grounds clean, the whole school will be out picking up litter this afternoon

X-Country Practice @ lunch today. Runners please meet Ms. Stannard @ Playground. Students need to let her know today if they are planning on attending the event on Wednesday.

Tuesday 

Spirit Week – JMS clothing and colours (black & red or rock it old school in blue & teal) 

The Power of Being a Girl – Registered students leave with Ms. Campbell at 8:45 and return at the end of day in time for buses. 

Division 18 Bake Sale and Rock your Locker fundraiser (magnets, stickers, bookmarks).  Bring your quarter, loonies and toonies and support the Red Cross and field trips.

Student Leadership Meeting  today in Mrs. Bridal’s room in Narnia Neighbourhood at lunch. Topics today are Halloween Dance and Spirit Week. Bring your ideas and enthusiasm and be a part of why People Run to be Here!

Tea in the foyer  every Tuesday students are welcome to come to the foyer for some herbal tea compliments of our Aboriginal Department.  Students are encouraged to bring their own mug. 

Edison Robotics Club – 3:15 -4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s room.

Homework Club for Ms. Dvorak’s students at lunch by appointment in your classroom

Sk8 Park – If you’ve brought in your waiver (available in the office) you are welcome to skate/scooter at lunch today.  This club is sponsored by Mr. Donegani (weather permitting). 

Wednesday 

Spirit Week – Twin Day or Triplet, you get the idea. Dress the same as your friend(s) and make sure to get your picture taken to be eligible for prizes 

Pizza Day @ lunch $3.50 per slice in the foyer 

Grade 7/8 Basketball Practice afterschool 

Final Cross-Country Meet @ JDF today afterschool.  Students/families are responsible for arranging transportation to and from event. 

Sk8 Park – at lunch today with Mr. Donegani (weather permitting).

Outdoor Club – listen for announcements about where to meet at lunch.  Remember to wear clothes to suit the weather

Thursday

Spirit Week – Sport Day (favourite team jersey, colours or uniforms) 

The Great BC Shakeout 10:19 – today we practice along with all British Columbians to Drop, Cover, Hold on

Grade 6/7 Girls Basketball practice 7:30 am

Grade 6/7 Boys Basketball practice @ lunch

Div. 11 Homework @ lunch by appointment

FridayProfessional Development Day no school for students

 

 
 

Thanks to the families who donated generously to Cops for Cancer/Tour de Rock! Your dollars go to support pediatric cancer for patients and their families. Congrats to our very own Jr. Rider, Daisy Irwin.

Staffing Update – Congratulations to Mr. Conor Hart who had been team-teaching with Mrs. Johnston. Mr. Hart now is teaching full-time in our 6/7 class. Welcome to Mr. Vine who is the new team teacher with Mrs. Johnston!

Parents/Guardians are encouraged to join Community Band. It meets Thursday evenings from 7:00–8:30pm in the band room at Journey Middle School. This band plays with students from JMS and EMCS and members of the community. The combined band performs at least 3 concerts and festivals each year. Come and join us. For information email lbjorklund@sd62.bc.ca 

Thanks to the families who donated generously to Cops for Cancer/Tour de Rock! Your dollars go to support pediatric cancer for patients and their families. Congrats to our very own Jr. Rider, Daisy Irwin.

Staffing Update – Congratulations to Mr. Conor Hart who had been team-teaching with Mrs. Johnston. Mr. Hart now is teaching full-time in our 6/7 class. Welcome to Mr. Vine who is the new team teacher with Mrs. Johnston!

Parents/Guardians are encouraged to join Community Band. It meets Thursday evenings from 7:00–8:30pm in the band room at Journey Middle School. This band plays with students from JMS and EMCS and members of the community. The combined band performs at least 3 concerts and festivals each year. Come and join us. For information email lbjorklund@sd62.bc.ca

Thank you to our parent/community volunteers for coming forward and sharing your coaching talents. We still have some positions open and would love to hear from you. Teacher sponsors are always at practices and games.

Monday – Happy Thanksgiving

Tuesday

Tea in the foyer – every Tuesday students are welcome to come to the foyer for some herbal tea compliments of our Aboriginal Department. Students are encouraged to bring their own mug. 

Robotics Club – is cancelled today due to Ms. Dvorak attending the staff meeting. It will be back next week on Monday and Tuesday @ 3:15 -4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s room.

Homework Club for Ms. Dvorak’s students at lunch by appointment in your classroom.

Sk8 Park – If you’ve brought in your waiver (available in the office) you are welcome to skate/scooter at lunch today. This club is sponsored by Mr. Donegani (weather permitting).

Love B-Ball? Ms. Bridal and Mr. Vine will be sponsoring drop-in basketball at lunch in the gym all week.

X-Country Practice @ lunch today. Runners please meet Ms. Stannard @ Playground. Students need to let her know today if they are planning on attending the event on Thursday.

PAC Meeting 7 p.m. tonight. Come and be part of making Journey even better! Funding requests will be discussed tonight. 

Wednesday 

Sk8 Park – at lunch today with Mr. Donegani (weather permitting).

Fire Drill – 8:50 a.m. (3 of 6)

Outdoor Club – listen for announcements early this week for location.

Thursday

Student Leadership Meeting – today in Mme. Abell’s room in Narnia Neighbourhood at lunch. Topics today are Halloween Dance and Spirit Week.   Bring your ideas and enthusiasm and be a part of why People Run to be Here!

Cross Country Meet – today afterschool @ Cedar Hill. Students/families are responsible for arranging transportation to and from event.

Friday – Friday the 13th!

Freezie Friday – Freezies will be sold at lunch outside the kitchen. $1 each with all proceeds going to Journey to Japan Trip in March.

 

 

Monday – Happy Thanksgiving

Tuesday

 

Tea in the foyer – every Tuesday students are welcome to come to the foyer for some herbal tea compliments of our Aboriginal Department. Students are encouraged to bring their own mug.

 

Robotics Club – is cancelled today due to Ms. Dvorak attending the staff meeting. It will be back next week on Monday and Tuesday @ 3:15 -4:30 pm in Ms. Dvorak’s room.

 

Homework Club for Ms. Dvorak’s students at lunch by appointment in your classroom

 

Sk8 Park – If you’ve brought in your waiver (available in the office) you are welcome to skate/scooter at lunch today. This club is sponsored by Mr. Donegani (weather permitting).

 

Love B-Ball? Ms. Bridal and Mr. Vine will be sponsoring drop-in basketball at lunch in the gym all week

 

X-Country Practice @ lunch today. Runners please meet Ms. Stannard @ Playground. Students need to let her know today if they are planning on attending the event on Thursday.

 

PAC Meeting 7 p.m. tonight. Come and be part of making Journey even better! Funding requests will be discussed tonight.

 

Wednesday

 

Sk8 Park – at lunch today with Mr. Donegani (weather permitting).

 

Fire Drill – 8:50 a.m. (3 of 6)

 

Outdoor Club – listen for announcements early this week for location.

 

Thursday

 

Student Leadership Meeting – today in Mme. Abell’s room in Narnia Neighbourhood at lunch. Topics today are Halloween Dance and Spirit Week.   Bring your ideas and enthusiasm and be a part of why People Run to be Here!

 

Cross Country Meet – today afterschool @ Cedar Hill. Students/families are responsible for arranging transportation to and from event.

 

Friday – Friday the 13th!

 

Freezie Friday – Freezies will be sold at lunch outside the kitchen. $1 each with all proceeds going to Journey to Japan Trip in March.

 

 

 
 
 
 
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