On Tuesday May 22, members of the French 11/12 class did a tour in French of the Salt Spring Island Cheese company. Ils ont passé une très belle journée ensoleillée et ils ont mangé beaucoup de fromage! A big thank you to Marie-Soleil and the entire team at the Cheese Company!
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- Volunteers for set up on June 27th (9pm-3am)
- Card Dealers for the Casino tables
- Handing out T shirts
- Providing board games
- Donating food such as cookie trays, fruit and veggie trays etc
A group of Parkland Chemistry 11 students spent an afternoon last week at UVic's Chemistry Department doing introductory labwork and talking to faculty and graduate students about opportunities in Chemistry at UVic and beyond. It was a great afternoon and our students really enjoyed the experience!
School bus registration is now open for the 2018/19 school year. Please use the link provided to register your student. To ensure a seat on the bus please have your registration completed by June 29, 2018. The bus routes currently listed on the district website are to be used as a guideline only. Updated bus routes for next year will be posted on the site by August 15, 2018.
On Thursday, May 3rd the Indigenous Support Team of Parkland took a group of 22 students to Vancouver for an enriching day trip. As part of our trip we visited Science World and the Museum of Anthropology at UBC. Read more below...
At Science World students participated in numerous ...Read the rest of this topic
On April 30 Mme Hassett and a group of 10 students spent the day at a conference entitled "French for the Future" at UVic. Students attended workshops and a musical performance in French.
Parents, Did you know we have a Bagel program!?
We have hungry kids every morning so we are happy to be able to supply bagels and juice boxes for only 25 cents each. This program is funded by our PAC plus we receive donations from local stores and service clubs.
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A huge congratulations to the Senior Girls Soccer team for their first win of the season 5 - 0 yesterday over St. Margaret's. Alexis Van Den Bulk scored a hat-trick and Karla Castaneda and Saki Takahashi both scored a goal each. Rachael Carter and Herlande Aubourg shared the shut out in net. The girls have been working hard to improve and yesterday's victory was the result of excellent teamwork. The Panthers play their last game of the season on Tuesday at 3:45 at Blue Heron versus Lambrick Park.