Reminder for Students taking the Numeracy Assessment, and Communications 12, English 12 exam.
Please check the date, time and location of your assessment/exam – this information is located on the glass window of the main office.
We ask that you arrive at least 20 minutes prior to the start of your exam for check-in and set-up. For the numeracy exam you may bring a calculator and pencil. Also, please bring a piece of ID.
With the school year winding down, keep up to date with how the shape of the week will look!
|Regular Bell Schedule
||Regular Bell Schedule
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||5 Period Day (With Early Dismissal)
||Grade 12 Breakfast & Yearbook Distribution
||Grad Dinner & Dance
||Numeracy Assessment Begins
– The grad dinner and dance will take place at the Pan Pacific Hotel 300 – 999 Canada Place, Vancouver from 6:00pm-11:15pm.
– DO NOT bring a change of clothes for the Dry Grad to the hotel. If your child would like to change their clothes for the dry grad activities, please drop off a change of clothes at 8 Rinks.
– There are no in and out privileges.
– Artona will be taking a photo of all the grads outside the hotel on the stairs facing the water at 6:00pm. All grads are asked to arrive between 5:30-6:00.
Do you like pandas? Here’s a chance to cuddle up to 1600 of them and help support the World Wildlife Fund! The World Tour of Pandas—ok, they’re not real, they’re made of papier mache—is now at Metrotown from June 9 – August 10. Volunteers are needed.
Celebrate Canada Day at Swangard Stadium!
Volunteers are needed to help with the food, fun and music!
Summer volunteer opportunities are still available with Burnaby Parks and Rec, and also withPlace Des Arts in Coquitlam. Spots are going fast though!
All students in Grade 11 must write the Numeracy Assessment in order to fulfill the BC Ministry of Education’s graduation requirements’. All Grade 11 students will be registered for one of the following sittings in June 2018. Students can find the date and time of their assessment posted on the glass window at the Main office.
Friday, June 22nd 9:00 am to 11:00 am
Friday June 22nd 1:00 pm to 3:00pm
Monday June 25th 1:00 pm to 3:00pm
Wednesday June 27th 9:00 am to 11:00am
Unlike the retired Mathematics 10 Provincial Exams, the Numeracy Assessment is not tied to a specific Math course. Instead, it evaluates a student’s numeracy skills developed over the course of their education. Students’ and families are encouraged to explore the following link for some Numeracy Assessment preparation resources including videos and online sample numeracy assessment: