Principal’s Recognition List for Hard Work and Social Responsibility
|Adam Mong Alex Dou Alexander Franke Alexander Huang Andrew Hwang Aneesha Gill Anna Li Areeb Meher Armaan Kahlon Arman Shroff-Mehrabadi Ben Marlow Berlant Sahmani Brendan Chia Brendan Lowe Bryana Spur Caitlin Mak Calum McKenzie Chantal Yang Chloe Pang Christine Wang Corey Scott Daniel Roche Zandbergen Derek Gee Desiree Fung Dhara Wright Diya Haq Domininc Denofrio Elaine Zhang Emily Grabovac Emir Lin Emma Gunn Emma Young Enika McGowan||Enock Lian Errol Xu Evan Stuart Faryal Shuja Felix Hong Suen Grace Lin Hanan Gerster-Sim Hannah Jeong Hao Shi Henry Wang Ian Mak Isabelle Chen Isabelle Wolodko Jade Trimble Jason Kim Jeff Guo Jessie Wu Jonathan Eng Justin Ho Kaitlyn Gee Katelyn Seto Kevin Gu Kevin Kong Kevin Luo Kianna Lacasse-Watanabe Lauren Lee Lauren Tang Mack Lee Madeline Weih-Wadman Marco Tom Marcus Wright-Smith||Marypaz Pulford Max Yang McKenna O’Connell Michael Lin Michelle Wang Mila Burry Nadine McLaren Nahira Gerster-Sim Nathan Cai Nathaniel Leung Nicholas Kuan Otis Ashby Peter Wei Rachel Constant Rachelle Arboleda Rebecca Eastman Sabrina Cao Sam Jeong Samuel Che Sanja Katic Simon Ding Stephen Lin Tyler Pawliuk Valerie Wong Vivian Chen Yeh Yeh|
Congratulations to the ninety-one intermediate students I am acknowledging. They have made a conscientious effort this term and achieved “good” work habits in all, or all but one, of their subjects. They have met or exceeded expectations for Social Responsibility. This is over one third of our intermediate students. Congratulations to all of you for using your time wisely.
Stephanie Sellars, Principal
Christmas Craft Day
What fun everyone had!
Watch for your tickets coming home with your child on Monday. Remember that you need a ticket to attend the performance.
Everyone is getting ready rehearsing and making decorations for our Winter Concert.
Entry forms are now available in the office. About thirty-five students came to a meeting about this. However, students did not have to have been present at the meeting to enter the competition. The prize is a $50 value to be shared among the winning group.
MOVIE COMPETITION ENTRY FORM
Sponsored by Student Council
Maximum Length: 3 minutes
Submission method: DVD
Submission Deadline: January 17th
Number in group: no limit
Prizes: $50 value for the winning entry to be divided among group
Criteria: No unnecessary violence or inappropriate language or topics
Movie effectively shows one or more of the virtues
Title is shown
Credits are at the end of the movie
Judges are looking for: editing skills, good dialogue, engaging material, creativity, good photography/video making skills, originality of music and ideas
TITLE OF MOVIE: __________________________________
VIRTUE REPRESENTED: ____________________________________
The complete entry form can be picked up from the office. It should be submitted with the DVD
Reports are Going Home Today
Here are a few thoughts about how to approach reading a report about your child with your child.
1. Open the report and read it when you have time to pay attention to all of the information.
2. It is probably more important to look at the student’s work habits in each subject area than the actual grade. If the student has a “good” for work habits you may generally conclude that he/she is working up to his/her potential.
3. While the report is addressed to you and should be delivered unopened to you, it is a good idea to let your child read it before you discuss it.
4. Ask your child what he/she thinks of the report in general, and then ask more specific questions that will encourage him/her to reflect on what has been done this term and how successful it has been.
5. Encourage your child to take pride in accomplishments and having worked hard.
December 14 Reports go home
December 19 Winter Concert – Matinee 1:15 pm, Evening 7:00 pm
December 21 Last Day of Classes before the Winter Break
January 7 School re-opens after Winter Break
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