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The Parkland Social Justice 12 class is so grateful to Shirley Williams and Sadie Olsen from Whiteswan Environmental for their generous time in teaching us about cultural connections between WSANEC and LUMMI peoples and all the work they do to reclaim and restore land and community in this region.
Parkland's Concert Band participated in a festival earning a Superior Rating from the Vancouver Island Concert Band Festival and an invitation to the 2021-2022 Nationals, please enjoy their submission. Our Jazz band earned a Gold Standing in the West Coast Jazz Festival and was also invited to the 2021-2022 Nationals. Congratulations to all members of both bands and their incredible maestro!
Parkland student Megan Brady was one of
the winners of the BCTELA's Voices Visible Student
Writing Contest. Her poems will be published in their student writing
journal. Congratulations Megan--we are very proud of you!
Team Spicy Avocado are this year's Intramural Badminton Champions. Huan Zhang and Logan Saunders went undefeated against the other student teams to claim the title. Congratulations to them both!
Congratulations to Tristan Bibb for being awarded the Youth Work in Trades Scholarship! He completed the four Youth Work In Trades courses, logged over 900 hours and graduated with an A Average. Tristan has also completed his Youth Train in Trades course at Camosun in Electrical and is working full time at Alliance Electric. We are super proud of you Tristan! Read more about Tristan's journey in the Seaside Times February Edition page 41.
Parkland had a very successful grad filming event on Thursday May 20th. Students were filmed individually in our theatre and then had the opportunity for some outdoor photos. Although it is a very different year, we are making the most of it! These photos are just a sample of some of our 2021 grads who are all in the same learning cohort. Can you spot the twins?
Outdoor Ed students set off from Brentwood Bay this morning. They will be doing a day trip to Bamberton Provincial Park. We are so lucky to live where we do!
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