Term 2 Report Cards were distributed to students in a homeroom class that took place on March 8, 2017 at 11:25 AM. Unclaimed report cards can be picked up in the office.
Attached to each report card of returning students is a student information form. Please make any changes to this form and return it to the school office by Wednesday, March 29th. It is very important that we have updated demographic information as we prepare to open the Parent Portal in MyEducationBC which will allow parents to access information such as attendance and report cards online.
Also attached is a course verification form for course selections for the 2017/2018 school year. Return any changes by Wednesday, March 29th. If the course verification form is blank, the student did not complete the course selection process and should see their counsellor.
The Wizard of Oz
Come see this fantastical musical, where Dorothy, a young girl, is carried by a tornado from Kansas to the enchanted Land of Oz. She finds herself among three companions — a scarecrow wishing for a brain, a tin man in search of a heart, and a cowardly lion in pursuit of courage. Together, they depart for Emerald City to meet the Wizard of Oz in hopes of achieving their greatest dreams. Join them on this incredible journey in which they discover that the things that they have been searching for have been inside of them all along.
March 8th, 9th, 10th Michael J. Fox Theatre at 7:00pm
Adults $15.00 Students $10.00
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Burnaby Mountain will be celebrating Aboriginal Acknowledgement Week on Feb.6th to 10th. The week, aimed at raising awareness about Aboriginal cultures and worldviews, features a series of presentations, activities and lessons.
Indigenous storyteller Dallas Yellowfly brings “Qwalena: The Wild Woman Who Steals Children” to life in a unique theatrical presentation. This presentation creates awareness on the inter-generational impact of Indian residential schools.
Melanie Coon will be working with the dance department to introduce and teach fancy shawl dancing to students. Click here to see a picture of the dance students at work.
“The Outside Circle” by Patti LaBoucane-Benson tells the story of two Aboriginal brothers trying to overcome centuries of historic trauma and create positive change in their lives. Select classes will discuss and explore themes from both the graphic novel and the presentation; Qwalena.
Reminder to all Grade 12 Students that your Graduation Transitions are due on Friday, January 6th, 2017.
Please hand them in to Ms. Deitch at the Career Centre.