Staff and Students who missed photo day, as well as new students are scheduled for Photo Retake Day.
- students who require a retake must bring their ID card to the camera
- if you are exchanging or returning your photo package, please give it to the photographer
Students will be called down by grade to the Commons starting at 12:30. Make sure to BRING YOUR SMILE!
Reminder that the Grade 10s have a special Collab Presentation in the Theatre today!
In an attempt to always take feedback from our school community, we would love to hear your thoughts on our recent “Bring Your Parent to School Evening”.
Please leave your feedback here (the link is also in the Parents Quick Links tab down the right hand side of our website.
Worried about Graduation Requirements? Don’t know how to start planning for next year. Make sure you check out the presentation the counsellors from Student Services put on for the Grade 12 students today during Collab time. A similar presentation will be made tonight for parents (and Grads if they wish to come back).
Gr. 12 Graduation Student Presentation
Gr. 11/12 Graduation Parent Night Presentation
UBC Admission Requirements 2019
Grade 12 How to Apply 2019
SFU Admissions Summary Sheet 2018-19
COLLAB TIME starts this Wednesday, October 3rd. A few changes have happened to our Collab set up this year. The first major change is the time of day it happens. Collab will be between Period 1 & 2 (from 10:00 – 10:55) in an effort to have more students utilizing this time efficiently. Our Grade 8s, 9s & 10s will be in classrooms with Mentors, Grade 11s & 12s will be in the library and student commons (On October 3rd, the Grade 12s will have a special Graduation Presentation put on by the Counsellors)
COLLAB BELL SCHEDULE
The Textiles 9-12 class collaborated with Mr. Steko’s Sculpture 11/12 and Mr. Shumiatcher’s Art 8 classes to create woven fleece pieces using a Coast Salish weaving technique taught to us by Ms. Nicolidakis. She was inspired by Debra Sparrow’s weaving at the Musqueam Cultural Education Resource Centre where she learned how to weave in the Coast Salish tradition along with Karla Gamble and Daryl Goeson. Ms. Morabito’s Textiles 9-12 class stitched the pieces together to create a giant orange T-shirt that is on display in the Student Commons. Many thanks to all the teachers and students involved in bringing this project to fruition. OCTOBER 1st is ORANGE SHIRT DAY at Burnaby Central. Wear orange to honour the healing journey of residential school survivors and their families, and to support the ongoing process of reconciliation. To learn more about the original Orange shirt day read Phyllis Jack Webstad’s story.