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    Parent/Guardian Resource - www.forcesociety.com
    by Sandra Comita - Tuesday, 28 October 2014, 3:07 PM
     

    The BC Society for Kids' Mental Health offers support and tools for parents concerning many issues. You can visit their website at www.forcesociety.com

    If you check out the "In the Know" tab, you will find a link to archived live monthly education sessions that provide a topic expert discussing issues related to children and teens. Some of these topics include suicide prevention, anxiety, video gaming, traumatic stress, OCD, sleep, wellness, self harm, ADHD, bullying, and drug use. 

     
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    Grad Portraits
    by Cindy Odsen - Tuesday, 28 October 2014, 2:29 PM
     

    The Grad Portrait sign up sheets are in the main office. - November 4-14th sheets are currently posted.

    The portraits will be taken:

    November 4 - 6  from 1:00-8:00pm, November 7 from 1:00-4:00pm, November 12 from 2:45-7:30pm, November 13 from 1:00-8:00pm and November 14 from 1:00-3:30pm

    (end times are approximate)  The sitting fee is $35 and is payable at the time of the sitting.

    This fee entitles the student to their portrait session, 15-18 (4X6) proofs, an 11x14 graduation group, an 11x4 graduation composite copy of the Class of 2015 and and 11x14 vinyl folio.

     

     

     

     
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    TAKE OUR KIDS TO WORK DAY - Wednesday, November 5th
    by Cindy Odsen - Monday, 27 October 2014, 11:50 AM
     

    Take Our Kids to Work Day – Wednesday, November 5, 2014

    Take Our Kids to WorkTM is an annual nationalprogram in which Grade 9 (or equivalent) students are hosted by parents, friends, relatives and volunteers at workplaces across the country every November. The program supports career development by helping students connect school, the world of work, and their own futures.  More than 250,00 students and 75,000 organizations take part every year across Canada, from Nunavut to Newfoundland participate in the program.

    It is an opportunity for students to explore career options, through:

    • Understanding the importance of staying in school by learning first-hand what skills are required in today’s workplace
    • Thinking about what aspects of their “work day” they liked and what they didn’t
    • Exploring career options in a practical way and gain a better understanding of just how many career choices are open to them
    • By spending a day in the life of a working adult, they develop an appreciation of their parents’ work and motivations

    The more students understand about the jobs of their parents and relatives, the more informed the decisions about their own future career.  For more information, visit the website at www.thelearningpartnership.ca

     

     

     

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