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  • Parent and student Meeting April 27 6:30pm

Thank you to all our Journey families who have donated food for our local Food Bank. We will take donations until the end of the day on Monday. Merci for helping our community.

Community Information: The annual Rotary Auction takes place this Saturday, April 29. Our Drumline, Strings and Journey Rock ‘n’ Roll will be playing at event!

PAC Update: Parents are part of what makes Journey a great place to run to. All Parents are welcome to attend our next PAC meeting on May 9th at 7pm in the library. Election Time: The elections for the President and Treasurer positions will be held at the May 9th PAC meeting. Anyone can be Nominated (please let them know that you have nominated them). If you or anyone you know is interested in any position please emails Teresa M mason92@telus.net . The elections for all other positions will take place at the September meeting.

The Journey PAC is hosting our first ever Burger & Beer Night and Silent Auction Fundraiser at Buffy’s on Saturday May 13, 2017. Tickets are only $15 for a burger & beer. There will be a 50/50 draw and a silent auction with AMAZING items to bid on from all of our awesome Sooke and Westshore businesses. You can buy a ticket at the school office or contact Erika at erikas1977@shaw.ca.  We are also collecting items for the auction. If you would like to donate, please contact Erika at erikas1977@shaw.ca.

Staffing Update: Best wishes to Counsellor, Ms. Bourdon, who will begin her maternity leave right after school on Thursday. Ms. Bourdon’s position will be filled by Ms. Naomi Cooper who will begin on Thursday. We are also saying a temporary “so long” to Custodian, Mr. Lasell who will be heading off to David Cameron Elementary for a short time. We wish both of our Journey team members well.

Monday

Rugby practice with coaches Rori & Beth from EMCS afterschool

Band Practice – Rehearsals for Grades 7 and 8, community band and EMCS students band room 7:30 -8:30 am (some may stay until 9:30)

Badminton Practice @ lunch today in the gym

Club and Team Photos – photos will be taken all day of our teams, clubs and whole school

Tuesday

Badminton Practice 7:30 am

Girls’ Rugby practice afterschool 3-4:30 pm with Coach Sims

9 am-5 pm-MUSICFEST REGIONALS HELD IN SOOKE in our Gym. Gym will be closed all day.  

Tea Time in Foyer – students can enjoy a free cup of tea today at recess. Students are encouraged to bring their own mugs. 

Culture Club – meet at lunch outside Ab Ed room

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Kilpatrick’s classroom at lunch

Divisions 1 & 2 Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room

Div. 11 – Homework Support at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Div. 11 Math Club – after school 3-4 p.m. in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Wednesday 

PAC Lunch – Hotdogs and Sushi

Girls’ Rugby Game afterschool

Badminton Tournament afterschool in the Gym @ JMS. Come out and cheer on our Dragon Team.

Student Council meets today at lunch

Thursday

Gym Closes for painting for the next three weeks. It’s not the best time, but we definitely welcome the much needed cleaning and painting for our gym. PE classes will use the fields and/or multipurpose room. All afterschool events have been cancelled.  

Badminton Practice at 7:30 am

Robotics Club resumes today  after school, 3:15-4:30 pm – everyone welcome

Journey to Japan EF Tours Meeting: For all Families of students wanting to travel to Japan in March 2018. Information and an opportunity to ask questions in the library at 6:30 pm

Friday

Chess Club @ lunch in Ms. Syme’s room. Experienced and new players welcome

Flags at Half-mast for National Day of Mourning for workers who have lost their lives on the job.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Congratulations to our students and staff for hosting our Open House night on Wednesday. Thank you to the families that came and enjoyed the many examples of student learning. The evening was also an opportunity for us to get to know our future Journey Dragons!

The Journey PAC is hosting our first ever Burger & Beer Night and Silent Auction Fundraiser at Buffy’s on Saturday May 13, 2017. Tickets are only $15 for a burger & beer. There will be a 50/50 draw and a silent auction with AMAZING items to bid on from all of our awesome Sooke and Westshore businesses. You can buy a ticket at the school office or contact Erika at erikas1977@shaw.ca.  We are also collecting items for the auction. If you would like to donate, please contact Erika at erikas1977@shaw.ca.

Local Food Bank needs our help! Thank you to those who have brought in donations to our local Food Bank. We have extended our drive through to the end of next week with a goal of one item per student and staff member. If you are able, please bring in non-perishable cans and packages. We will be collecting items all week.

Monday – Easter Monday

Tuesday

Badminton Practice 7:30 am

Girls’ Rugby practice afterschool 3-4:30 pm with Coach Sims

Yearbook Club meets @ lunch in main lab

Jazz band 8:30 a.m. in the band room.

Tea Time in Foyer – students can enjoy a free cup of tea today at recess. Students are encouraged to bring their own mugs.

Culture Club – meet at lunch outside Ab Ed room

Yearbook Committee – meets today in the Main Lab @ lunch

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Kilpatrick’s classroom at lunch

Divisions 1 & 2 Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room

Div. 11 – Homework Support at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Div. 11 Math Club – after school 3-4 p.m. in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Food Bank items collected in office – thank you

Wednesday 

PAC Lunch – Subway

Brass Practice – 10-11:30 Grade 7 & 8 meet in Band Room

Class Photos – Students will have their class photos done today. Each student will receive one in a few weeks at no cost to families

Grade 7 Band practice Block 4 

Today we welcome students from Thailand as they begin their time with us over the next several weeks.

Badminton Practice at lunch and a Game @ Gordonhead (students leave at 2:25)

Student Council meets today at lunch 

Food Bank items collected in office and/or at Open House– thank you.

Thursday

Badminton Practice at 7:30 am

Band Practice Grades 7 & 8 8:40-9:45

Grades 6 & 7 Band Practice – Block 2

Friday

Chess Club @ lunch in Ms. Syme’s room. Experienced and new players welcome

 

 

 
 

Congratulations to Zander H., Mary-Anne K., and Aodhan T. for representing Journey at the Provincial Robotics Championships in Abbotsford this week. Our team, coached by Ms. Dvorak, placed First on Vancouver Island and in the top 25 in BC.

Toutes nos félicitations to Emma B., Mindalynn F., and Laura V. for representing Journey at Concours d’art oratoire. All three did extremely well at this French public speaking completion. Laura placed third in her age group and Emma and Mindalynn tied for fourth in their age group. We are proud of all of our students and the confidence they demonstrated in front of the judges!

Effort & Honour Roll Assembly for term two was organized and run entirely by grade 8 student leaders! There were a record number of students who received Effort Role Certificates (grade 6-8). The list of Honour Role students who have been recognized for both terms is also very impressive. Work hard in term three and finish the year strong!

Local Food Bank Empty – Volunteers from our local Food Bank informed us that the shelves are bare and we at Journey want to offer some support. EMCS is organizing another food drive at the end of April; however, they need help now and we are hoping get them through. If you are able, please bring in non-perishable cans and packages. We will be collecting items Monday-Wednesday this week.

Monday

Exploratory Forms – Students need to hand in Exploratory Forms and fee (if applicable) for their first choice beginning today in the foyer. Students must NOT hand in their forms to teachers or other staff members other than those collecting in the foyer and/or the office.

Grade 7 & 8 Band – 8:40 -9:25 special practice this morning – remind your classroom teacher!

Community Band Practice 7:30-8:30 All students must wear uniforms to this Dress Rehearsal

Food Bank items collected in office – thank you

Book Fair – Journey’s third book fair of the year begins today and runs until Wednesday’s Open House

Tuesday

PAC Meeting tonight in Journey’s Annie Acreman Library 7-8 pm

Jazz band 8:30 a.m. in the band room.

Block 4-all Grade 6 and 7 band students meet for combined rehearsal in the band room.

Strings -5:30-7:45 pm (band room, no Grade 6 students) 

Tea Time in Foyer – students can enjoy a free cup of tea today at recess. Students are encouraged to bring their own mugs

Culture Club – meet at lunch outside Ab Ed room 

Yearbook Committee – meets today in the Main Lab @ lunch

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Kilpatrick’s classroom at lunch

Divisions 1 & 2 Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room

Div. 11 – Homework Support at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Div. 11 Math Club – after school 3-4 p.m. in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Food Bank items collected in office – thank you

Wednesday

Clarinet sectional– practice today at 10:00-11:30 am for saxophone players in Grades 7 and 8

Early dismissal 11:58 a.m. – no lunch program or PAC lunch today

Parent/Teacher Conferences – 1-4 p.m. (sign up on Conference Manager by clicking on the link)

Open House – all families from Journey and families of grade 5 students at our elementary schools are invited to join us from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Grade 5 Info Presentation – 7:30-8 p.m. Families of grade 5 students are invited to the gym for a short presentation and Q & A about next year.

The Crispy Fish Food Truck will be on site from noon-7 p.m. Come to the Open House and treat yourself to dinner too!

Food Bank items collected in office and/or at Open House– thank you.

Thursday – Professional Development Day – no school for students

Drumline workshop – this workshop is happening today and the school will be open for our students in Drumline (part of the Harmony Project) along with percussion students/staff from Belmont Secondary school, 10:30-3:30 p.m. If you are interested in finding out more about this and don’t already belong to Drumline, you are invited to join us from 2:30-3:30 and see if this is something you would like to join.

Friday – Good Friday – Happy Easter Weekend

 
 

Congratulations to Zander H., Mary-Anne K., and Aodhan T. for representing Journey at the Provincial Robotics Championships in Abbotsford this week. Our team, coached by Ms. Dvorak, placed First on Vancouver Island and in the top 25 in BC.

Toutes nos félicitations to Emma B., Mindalynn F., and Laura V. for representing Journey at Concours d’art oratoire. All three did extremely well at this French public speaking completion. Laura placed third in her age group and Emma and Mindalynn tied for fourth in their age group. We are proud of all of our students and the confidence they demonstrated in front of the judges!

Effort & Honour Roll Assembly for term two was organized and run entirely by grade 8 student leaders! There were a record number of students who received Effort Role Certificates (grade 6-8). The list of Honour Role students who have been recognized for both terms is also very impressive. Work hard in term three and finish the year strong!

Local Food Bank Empty – Volunteers from our local Food Bank informed us that the shelves are bare and we at Journey want to offer some support. EMCS is organizing another food drive at the end of April; however, they need help now and we are hoping get them through. If you are able, please bring in non-perishable cans and packages. We will be collecting items Monday-Wednesday this week.

Monday

Exploratory Forms – Students need to hand in Exploratory Forms and fee (if applicable) for their first choice beginning today in the foyer. Students must NOT hand in their forms to teachers or other staff members other than those collecting in the foyer and/or the office.

Grade 7 & 8 Band – 8:40 -9:25 special practice this morning – remind your classroom teacher!

Community Band Practice 7:30-8:30 All students must wear uniforms to this Dress Rehearsal

Book Fair opens today in the Multi-Purpose Room and runs until Wednesday evening at the Open House

Food Bank items collected in office – thank you.

Tuesday

PAC Meeting tonight in Journey’s Annie Acreman Library 7-8 pm

Jazz band 8:30 a.m. in the band room.

Block 4-all Grade 6 and 7 band students meet for combined rehearsal in the band room.

Strings -5:30-7:45 pm (band room, no Grade 6 students)

Tea Time in Foyer – students can enjoy a free cup of tea today at recess. Students are encouraged to bring their own mugs. 

Culture Club – meet at lunch outside Ab Ed room 

Yearbook Committee – meets today in the Main Lab @ lunch

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Kilpatrick’s classroom at lunch

Divisions 1 & 2 Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room

Div. 11 – Homework Support at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Div. 11 Math Club – after school 3-4 p.m. in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Food Bank items collected in office – thank you

Wednesday 

Clarinet sectional– practice today at 10:00-11:30 am for saxophone players in Grades 7 and 8

Early dismissal 11:58 a.m. – no lunch program or PAC lunch today

Parent/Teacher Conferences – 1-4 p.m. (sign up on Conference Manager by clicking on the link)

Open House – all families from Journey and families of grade 5 students at our elementary schools are invited to join us from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Grade 5 Info Presentation – 7:30-8 p.m. Families of grade 5 students are invited to the gym for a short presentation and Q & A about next year.

The Crispy Fish Food Truck will be on site from noon-7 p.m. Come to the Open House and treat yourself to dinner too!

Food Bank items collected in office and/or at Open House– thank you.

Thursday – Professional Development Day – no school for students

Drumline workshop – this workshop is happening today and the school will be open for our students in Drumline (part of the Harmony Project) along with percussion students/staff from Belmont Secondary school, 10:30-3:30 p.m. If you are interested in finding out more about this and don’t already belong to Drumline, you are invited to join us from 2:30-3:30 and see if this is something you would like to join.

Friday – Good Friday – Happy Easter Weekend

 
 

Domo Arigato/Thank you to our Journey families for hosting students from Natori, Japan for six days! You have shown amazing hospitality and it has been greatly appreciated. It has been fun to interact with our own students as well over Spring Break. Information about our trip to Japan 2018 will be available at the Open House on April 12.

Report Cards – If you didn’t pick up your report card they are available from your child’s teacher until Wednesday, and then you can pick it up in the office.

Monday

Term officially 3 Begins today – grade 6 & 7 students will begin their final MAD rotation, grade 8 students will begin their new Applied Skills rotations, and Hockey Academy students return to regular class rotation

Grade 7 & 8 Community Band practice 7:30-8:30/9:30.

Cowichan Tzinquaw Dancers – whole school performance 1:30-2:30 this afternoon in the gym

さようなら/Sayōnara Potluck in Gym 6 pm – Families and students will meet for a farewell to our Japanese Friends from Natori this evening in the gym.

Tuesday

Students from Japan say goodbye to their host students and leave for Vancouver at 10:30 am

Block 4-all Grade 6 and 7 band students meet for combined rehearsal in the band room.

Strings -5:30-7:45 pm (band room, no Grade 6 students)

Jazz band 8:30 a.m. in the band room.

Tea Time in Foyer – students can enjoy a free cup of tea today at recess. Students are encouraged to bring their own mugs.

Culture Club – meet at lunch outside Ab Ed room 

Yearbook Committee – meets today in the Main Lab @ lunch

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Kilpatrick’s classroom at lunch

Divisions 1 & 2 Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room

Div. 11 – Homework Support at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Div. 11 Math Club – after school 3-4 p.m. in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Wednesday – PAC Lunch today is Pizza. Thank you to our volunteers who come out and help, we appreciate your commitment! New volunteers are always welcome.

Conference Manager opens – Parent/Teacher Conferences are available April 12 from 1-4:00 pm. if you would like to meet with your child’s teacher.   To book your time please go to the links and book your time beginning at 6 a.m. this morning.  We will be welcoming all families at our Open House from 5:30-7:30 pm the same evening.

Off to the Mainland – three of our students, Mary-Anne K., Aodhan T., and Zander H. have been chosen to attend the Provincial Robotics Championships in Abbottsford. Good luck to them and their coach Ms. Dvorak. Mr. Bedard will also be attending as Junior Woodworking Technical Chair and Robotics judge.

Clarinet sectional– practice today at 10:00-11:30 am for clarinet players in Grades 7 and 8

Block 4-all Grade 7 band students and Grade 8 trumpets meet in band room for combined rehearsal

Commit to Fit – The Victoria Shamrocks are putting on a workshop today for Ms. Barnes & Mr. Sulzen’s PE Classes Block 2

Lego builders club – canceled for today

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Maragh’s classroom at lunch

Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room for Divisions 1 & 2

Thursday

Term 2 Recognition Assembly – Students who earned Honour Roll and/or Effort Role for term two will receive certificates today beginning at 1:30 pm.

Robotics Club – Ms. Dvorak’s room afterschool today from 3-4 pm. Learn and have some fun!

Gamers’ Club at lunch in the Main Lab

Friday

Chess Club – Mrs. Syme’s room (right next door to the computer lab) at Lunch

 
 

Thank you to our local Sooke Dance Studio for performing for us on Friday. We were once again amazed to be entertained by the talents of the children in our community.

Monday

Shamrock-o-grams on sales all week. For only fifty cents you can buy a friendship note and chocolate for a friend. Shamrock-o-grams are sold in the foyer at lunch and will be delivered on Friday.

Tuesday

Celebration – today at lunch there will be a pizza party for all students who played on either the Jr. Boys’ or Jr. Girls’ volleyball teams this season. Listen to announcements for location.

Jazz band 8:30 a.m. in the band room.

Tea Time in Foyer – students can enjoy a free cup of tea today at recess. Students are encouraged to bring their own mugs. 

Culture Club – meet at lunch outside Ab Ed room 

Yearbook Committee – meets today in the Main Lab @ lunch

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Kilpatrick’s classroom at lunch

Divisions 1 & 2 Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room

Div. 11 – Homework Support at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Div. 11 Math Club – after school 3-4 p.m. in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Wednesday – PAC Lunch today is Sushi & Hotdogs. Thank you to our volunteers who come out and help, we appreciate your commitment! New volunteers are always welcome. 

Field Trip – today Ms. Stannard’s class is busy releasing the salmon fry they have been incubating into DeMamiel Creek, visiting Jack Brooks Fish Hatchery, and Saltwest Company.

Hockey Academy – today is the last day for Hockey Academy. Students interested in next year’s program need to sign up online (go to link on our webpage).

Volleyball Finale – The gloves are off and the knee pads are on! The Jr. Boys play the Jr. Girls today at lunch. Immediately after this game the Sr. Girls and Boys take on the Staff match up! Parents are welcome to cheer on the students! 

Lego builders club – meets at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room. Everyone welcome

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Maragh’s classroom at lunch

Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room for Divisions 1 & 2

Thursday

Lahal (Bone Game) Tournament – today all Grade 7 students will have the opportunity to learn and play the historical First Nations game of Lahal from 1-3 in our gym. Spectators are welcome to attend.

Field Trip – Mr. Constable, Mr. Donegani & Ms. St. Jean’s classes are going skating today at SEAPARC 1:15-2:30 pm. Bring or rent your skates. The $2 cost of admission covers rentals if you need them.

Life Skills Students field trip 10:45-1:00 skating @ SEAPARC

Field Trip – Ms. Kilpatrick & Ms. Maragh’s classes are off to SEAPARC at 1 pm

Robotics Club – Ms. Dvorak’s room afterschool today from 3-4 pm. Learn and have some fun!

Gamers’ Club at lunch in the Main Lab

Friday – St. Patrick’s Day

All students and staff are encouraged to wear green today. Rumour has it a few leprechauns could be stopping by to hand out treats!

Chess Club – Mrs. Syme’s room (right next door to the computer lab) at Lunch

Shamrock-o-grams (buy them all week in the foyer at lunch) delivered to classrooms today.

Report Cards – go home today!

 
 
 
 

Yes-2-Know Today. Our first annual Youth Empowerment Summit was a huge success and none of this would be possible without the organizational skills of Mme. Abell and Ms. Bridal, the dedication of Corporal Scott Hilderley and Teresa Hilderley, generous financial support of our PAC, Municipality of Sooke, YAG Grant (thank you to student super-grant writer Cassidy C.) Merci to our local volunteers who ran Spark Zone events: SEAPARC, Sooke Fall Fair and EMCS Leadership students.

Thank you to the students/families for supporting our Scholastic Book Fair. Our next one is in June.

Congratulations to our Junior Boys’ Volleyball Team who finished off their successful season on Thursday at Monterey Middle school. Strong leadership skills from the grade seven boys combined with the strength of the grade six boys was the key to their success as a team. We are proud of how they represented the Journey Spirit by: accepting the challenge, playing and having fun and reaching for the stars (with some really good blocks)!

Monday

Field Trip – Ms. Syme & Mr. Dunbar’s classes are traveling by school bus to watch an IMAX film and watch and listen to how our elected officials run our province at the Legislature during question period today.

Tuesday

Grade 6 Astronomy Event – tonight at 7:30 pm Sid Sidhu and other volunteers from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (School Telescope Program) will host a night sky viewing at Journey Middle School. This is weather dependent, and we will have to decide at noon today whether we will be able to see the night sky and hold this event. This is open to grade 6 classes only and because of limited volunteers and telescopes students must sign up ahead of time. Parents and/or guardians must accompany their child to this event. Forms must be handed in to your child’s classroom teacher. Child Minding will be available for younger siblings inside the school. Please phone the school to reserve a space(s) Sandy Hull 250-642-5881.

Presentation – Today Ms. Maragh & Ms. Kilpatrick’s classes will be part of an Ocean Networks Canada presentation. Especially fitting considering we live on an island in the Pacific Ocean.

Field Trip – Stannard & St. Jean’s classes are traveling by school bus to watch and listen to how our elected officials run our province at the Legislature during Question Period today.

Jazz band 8:30 a.m. in the band room.

Tea Time in Foyer – students can enjoy a free cup of tea today at recess. Students are encouraged to bring their own mugs. 

Culture Club – meet at lunch outside Ab Ed room 

Yearbook Committee – meets today in the Main Lab @ lunch

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Kilpatrick’s classroom at lunch

Divisions 1 & 2 Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room

Div. 11 – Homework Support at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Div. 11 Math Club – after school 3-4 p.m. in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Wednesday – PAC Lunch today is Subway. Thank you to our volunteers who come out and help, we appreciate your commitment! New volunteers are always welcome.

Lego builders club – meets at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room. Everyone welcome

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Maragh’s classroom at lunch

Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room for Divisions 1 & 2

Volleyball Game – Grade 8 Girls at John Stubbs. Go Dragons, Go!

Thursday

Exploratories – last exploratory of term 2. Remember this mark matters for your Effort Role.

Robotics Club – Ms. Dvorak’s room afterschool today from 3-4 pm. Learn and have some fun!

Gamers’ Club at lunch in the Main Lab

Friday

Chess Club – Mrs. Syme’s room (right next door to the computer lab) at Lunch

Field Trip – Mr. Kovacik, Ms. Wiens, Mr. Constable & Mr. Watkins’ classes will be heading to Langford on the school bus for some bowling and mini-golf.

Guest Speaker – today several classes will enjoy guest speaker Michael Kusaguk in the Multi-Purpose Room

Performance – Sooke Dance Co. will perform for the whole school this afternoon. We are especially proud of the students from Journey who are part of this display of local talent!

 

 
 

Grade 6 Astronomy Event March 7th at 7:30pm Sid Sidhu and other volunteers from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (School Telescope Program) will host a night sky viewing at Journey Middle School. This is weather dependent, and we will have to decide at noon on March 7th whether we will be able to see the night sky and hold this event. This is open to grade 6 classes only and because of limited volunteers and telescopes students must sign up ahead of time. Parents and/or guardians must accompany their child to this event. Watch for sign up forms coming home this week.

Monday

Concert Band Practice – In preparation for the regionals there will be a rehearsal for Grade 7 and 8 students 7:30-8:30 a.m. in the Band Room AND Lower brass sectional practice 12:00-1:00 p.m. in the Band Room for grade 7 and 8.

Journey Musical Theater auditions for actors start today @ lunch in the library. Students interested in acting in this year’s musical performance need to attend the first day of auditions today. Dancers will be called at a later date.

Girls’ Rugby Information Meeting – students interested in playing rugby this year for our Dragon Rugby team, please meet in Mrs. Bridal’s room @ lunch.

Tuesday

Clinic for Concert Band (grades 7 and 8) 9:45-11:00 a.m. in the Band Room.  Mr. Mandart Chan from Belmont High school will be giving the clinic.

Grade 8 Girls’ volleyball practice 7:30-8:30 a.m.

Jazz band 8:30 a.m. in the band room.

Tea Time in Foyer – students can enjoy a free cup of tea today at recess. Students are encouraged to bring their own mugs.  

Culture Club – meet at lunch outside Ab Ed room

Jr. Boys’ volleyball practice at lunch 

Yearbook Committee – meets today in the Main Lab @ lunch. We are going to be working on pages today 

Jr. Girls’ volleyball game at Cedar Hill Middle School.  It’s their last game of a fantastic season! Go Dragons, Go!

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Kilpatrick’s classroom at lunch

Divisions 1 & 2 Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room

Div. 11 – Homework Support at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Div. 11 Math Club – after school 3-4 p.m. in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Wednesday – PAC Lunch today is Pizza. Thank you to our volunteers who come out and help, we appreciate your commitment! New volunteers are always welcome.

Yes-2-Know Today. Our first annual Youth Empowerment Summit takes place today at Journey. Whole school assembly in the morning with guest speaker, Michael Bortolotto 9-10 a.m. Events all day for grade 8 students and whole school assembly at the end of the day with guest speaker, Gary Anaka – “the Brain Coach” 1:50 – 2:50 p.m. Thank you to Corporal Scott Hilderley for working with our Student Council to organize the event and to our PAC for sponsoring the guest speakers, Spark Zone Events, and pizza for all grade eight students.

Scholastic Book Fair opens today and runs until Friday.

Lego builders club – meets at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room. Everyone welcome

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Maragh’s classroom at lunch

Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room for Divisions 1 & 2

Volleyball Game – Grade 8 Girls at John Stubbs. Go Dragons, Go!

Thursday

Exploratories – bring everything you need. Remember this mark matters for your Effort Role.

Robotics Club – Ms. Dvorak’s room afterschool today from 3-4 pm. Learn and have some fun!

Jr. Boys’ Volleyball game afterschool @ Monterey Middle School. Go Dragons, Go!

Scholastic Book Fair – check out new books and gifts in the Multi-Purpose Room

Gamers’ Club at lunch in the Main Lab closed today to allow those addicted to tech to unplug for the break! It will be back on next Thursday.

Friday

Chess Club – Mrs. Syme’s room (right next door to the computer lab) at Lunch

Grade 7 classes off to College! – Divisions 6,7,8, and 11 to Camosun College all day

Last Day for Scholastic Book Fair!

 

 
 

Thank you to our staff and parents who made our Masquerade Ball a success on Thursday evening, and our Carnaval a hit on Friday.

Monday

Volleyball Game – Gr. 7/8 Boys’ play today @ Arbutus. Go Dragons, Go!

Tuesday

Students and Staff have the opportunity to sign our Pink Flag and our commitment to continue to take a stand against bullying in our school and community.

Grade 8 Girls’ volleyball practice 7:30-8:30 a.m.

Jazz band 8:30 a.m. in the band room.

Tea Time in Foyer – students can enjoy a free cup of tea today at recess. Students are encouraged to bring their own mugs. 

Culture Club – meet at lunch outside AbEd room

Jr. Boys’ volleyball practice at lunch 

Yearbook Committee – meets today in the Main Lab @ lunch

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Kilpatrick’s classroom at lunch

Divisions 1 & 2 Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room

Div. 11 – Homework Support at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Div. 11 Math Club – after school 3-4 p.m. in Ms. Dvorak’s room

Wednesday – PAC Lunch today is Sushi and Hotdogs. Volunteers are always welcome to come and help. Please come to the main foyer at 11:30am if you can help.  

Pink Shirt Day – Students are encouraged to wear pink today to show support for kindness and to stand up against bullying 

Student council at lunch – Mme. Abell’s room #2247

Lego builders club – meets at lunch in Ms. Dvorak’s room. Everyone welcome

Div. 9/10 Homework Club – Ms. Maragh’s classroom at lunch

Math Support – at lunch in Mr. Constable’s room for Divisions 1 & 2

Thursday

Exploratories – bring everything you need. Remember this mark matters for your Effort Role.

Robotics Club – Interested in learning more about Robotics? Come to Ms. Dvorak’s room afterschool today from 3-4 pm and have some fun!

Volleyball Practice – Jr. Boys 3-4 pm in the gym.

Gamers’ Club at lunch in the Main Lab

Friday – Professional development Day.

No school for students

 
 
 
 
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