Tickets are now available for our Musical Theatre production of "Into The Woods"
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Tyler completed the Joinery Program at Camosun College and received his Level 1 as part of the South Island Partnership. He also completed 4 Youth Work in Trades courses, and worked over 1000 hours in his grad year.
He currently works at West Wind Hardwood, and is attending BCIT in January to complete his Level 1 in Joinery.
The Parkland Community is very proud of you Tyler! Well done!!
A big thank you goes out to all those members of our Parkland Senior & Junior Boys Basketball Teams who came out this past Sunday to volunteer their time at the Sidney Sparkles Parade to collect donations for the Sidney Lions Food Bank. A total of $2600 was raised during the course of the event, and this total was then promptly matched by Thrifty Foods to make a grand total $5600 donated overall!!
Please see important information about bus passes for school buses.
New School Bus Passes
November 23, 2017
In our effort to increase safety and accountability we are introducing a new school bus pass program. The new system will enable our department to track ridership numbers, overload ...Read the rest of this topic
The Parkland 2018 grads held a successful bottle drive on Saturday. A big thank you to the parents and grads for all their hard work and to the community members and businesses that donated their refundables. We raised over $1200!
The next grad bottle drive will be Saturday, January 13th. Same time, same place.
4 of our athletes from the Parkland Swim Team competed at the 2017 BCSS Provincial Championship Swim Meet this weekend in Richmond BC, which included 983 athletes from 125 schools! All of our swimmers (Saki Takahashi, Torge Von Der Geest, Brendon Cripps, and Nick Lukie) advanced to the Finals, where they all placed in (or above) the top 16th overall for their events- including a bronze medal win for Saki in the 100 IM! Big congratulations to our swimmers!
Finals warmup at Watermania
The team on Finals day
Saki with her bronze medal
The video was created by Danaka Howard Batek using footage that Mr. Sutton and her filmed during the 2017 Outdoor Education 11’s four day trip on the Sayward Lakes Canoe Route.