The Senior Electronics class presented their final projects to Parkland administration. Most materials were retrieved from the metal recycling container. See how you can use your cycling legs to charge your phone!
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Parkland Sailing Academy had another successful year that culminated in the Discovery Cup Regatta. Twenty six students enrolled in the Academy this year and we are looking forward to another great year starting in September. Happy sailing!
Long time member of the Parkland Judo Academy Jon Crisostomo was promoted to the rank of brown belt (1st kyu) on June 19, 2018. This is a significant moment as it is the first time in 30 years that a student has attained this rank while still a member of Parkland Judo. A tremendous amount of pain, hard work and dedication went into achieving this significant goal. We are very proud of Jon and look forward to seeing his Judo journey continue in the future.
Congratulations to Karen Strand on being selected to represent the community of Sidney at a national forum on bilingualism in Montreal this August! Karen is a grade 11 student who created a video and wrote an essay in French on why she is interested in promoting bilingualism in her community. Karen is just one of 30 students from across Canada who was selected to attend this free, week-long forum in Montreal. Félicitations!
Studio 63 students came to Parkland on Tuesday May 28th to showcase the Saanich School Districts Hair Dressing Career Program.
Four Parkland students are enrolled in the 10 month Career Program to become a Hair Dresser:
- Amy Carrier
- Kali Thorne
- Ashleigh Updegrove
- Mackenzie Vanryckeghem
Studio 63 is open to the public and provide free Up-Do's for GRADS!
Call 250-652-5381 to book an appointment!
Congrats to the small but mighty Parkland Track and Field team! They did amazing at the BC's.
- Ben Sammons
- Cooper Langard
- Misaki Akutagawa
- Alexis Van Den Bulk
Misaki Akutagawa Placed 4th in the Javelin for the Sr. Girls....4th in the Whole Province! A fantastic season for Misaki! She...Read the rest of this topic
The Marine 10 class went on their annual Bamberton Canoe Trip on May 30/31st. The class paddled from Brentwood Bay to Bamberton Provincial Park where they participated in a beach seine and camped overnight. This linear class gives students Science 10 and PE 10 credits with a focus on marine science, outdoor education, and environmental stewardships. Students who are interested in taking the course in the future are welcome to contact Ms. Dibblee for more information.