Friday, May 13, 2022
Leadership students are holding their social responsibility project and raising money for the Parkland track by getting students to vote with money on which teachers they’d like to see wear a silly costume on May 19th. Come to the front foyer at break and lunch to cast your vote.
Exciting NEW Continuous Grad Fundraiser with LEVEL GROUND! If you drink coffee, tea or enjoy dried fruit and snacks, we encourage you to check out this LEVEL GROUND fundraiser & support our Grad Parent fundraising. It's super simple:
- do your shopping
- then at the check-out, enter PSSGRAD as the Discount Code
- all orders over $40 will receive free shipping
- for all orders over $40, our Grad Parent Fundraising will receive 20% of the total order
- wait for your order and then enjoy your coffee, tea, etc
Again, PSSGRAD as the "Discount Code". Thank you Parkland Community.
Are you interested in learning more or applying to the IB program? Did you know that you can take only one or a few IB classes? Find out more about the benefits of IB for University preparation, academic skill-building and becoming part of this dynamic group for Sept 2022! Check out our IB website at www.parklandib.ca
, contact Erin Stinson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Wendy Anderson at email@example.com.
Parkland is participating in the BC Children's Hospital Jean's Up campaign. May 19 is Spirit Day and we are asking everyone to wear their jean's and Parkland hoodie or tshirt. Thanks for showing your support.
School Bus registration is now open for the 2022/23 School Year. Registration open until June 15.
The Parkland Track campaign is still running. Work on the new track has started but we are still in need of raising funds to resurface it. Please spread the word about this exciting community project and check out the website at www.parklandtrack2021.com . There is a DONATE TODAY button at the top for those interested in donating. It will take a village to raise the money needed but we can do it! Thank you for your support of our community project.
Youth Health Clinic is every Thursday night 5:30-7:30 @ Shoreline Medical Clinic.
The PAC Breakfast Program will be Thursday's and Friday's 7:45-8:20. Baked goods and juice boxes available. .25 cents per item.
Order Parkland spirit wear! Forms at front office - email your order to firstname.lastname@example.org and pay online - pick up at end of the day, at the front office!
Just a reminder that student drop off/pick up is in the parking lot by the tennis courts. Or you can use the bus loop.
MAIN: Breakfast Platter // Fettuccini Alfredo (V) // Pancakes & Sausages // Hot Dogs
SOUPS, SALADS, SANDWICHES: Clubhouse // Pizza (& V) // Veggies & Dip (GF & V)
BAKED GOODS: Banana Chocolate Chip Muffin (& Blueberry GF) // Assorted Cookies
The Cafeteria has a debit tap machine or you can use a Cafeteria punch card $25.00. Pay online.
ATHLETICS, SPORTS TEAMS, TEAM MEETINGS AND GAME ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Intramural Soccer schedule for next week:
Monday - McKinney's Angels vs Los Prime
Tuesday - Los Prime vs Staff
Thursday - Spider Monkey's vs McKinney's Angels
Congratulations to the fabulous Parkland Track and Field team. It was a great day at the City Finals for our athletes!! Marie Meyer-Piton ran a PB in winning the 1500 m Steeple chase with a time of 5 min 32 seconds. Jackson Murray was 1st place in the Sr. Men Race Walk. Sophie Weber was 2nd in the Sr. Women Race Walk. Jule Meiner was 3rd in the race walk and 5th in the 800 m. Clara Negrea Puskas was 5th in the Jr. Girls Race Walk. Our Relay teams had an outstanding day, our Sr. Girls 4X400 team was 2nd in the City for the Sr. Girls- Melia Strosher, Carys Laggard, Hannah Arychuk and Jule ran an amazing race and the 4X100 Sr. Girls team- Melia, Carys, Marie and Hannah, came in 5th in the city! To place top 8 in the City is a fabulous accomplishment!! Bravo to our small but mighty team! Good luck to our athletes at the Island next week!
SWPS – Saanich Water Polo School
- is inviting High School kids into the High School Water Polo Program this Spring. With many high school aged kids looking at potential lifeguarding positions, this is a great program to increase their strength and stamina in a really fun way, and give them the edge they need.
KidSport Greater Victoria is a local organization that exists to help families in need access organized sport opportunities for their children. To be eligible for up to $600 per year in registration fee support, children must be 18 years or under, families must be within financial eligibility limits, and season must be at least 8 weeks long with an eligible sport organization. For more information, a list of eligible local sport organizations, and to apply, visit www.kidsportvictoria.ca
JOB OPPORTUNITIES: see Ms. McNamee form ore details if you are interested in any of the following:
Cordova Bay United Church is looking for a motivated, hardworking person to fill a summer job, June 6-August 26. $18/hour. Apply before May 20.
Portofino Bakery in Saanichton is hiring! They are looking to hire as soon as possible but are extremely flexible about the start date for the summer. They have positions available for production, packaging, and custodial work. Employees have the perk of bringing home free baked goods!!
Swans Brewery in Victoria is hiring. They have a Kitchen Porter position and a Prep Cook position available. Do you like working in the kitchen? See Ms.Mac for details.
Come and check out the Job Board in the Career Centre for more opportunities!
Interested in Joinery, Carpentry, or the Trades. Ceannsee Kitchens and Vintage Woodworking are looking to hire for the summer and possibly more! See Ms. Mac for details on these amazing job opportunities.
TEAC- 105 Do you love Designing things and problem solving?? Interested in Technology and Engineering? Come to the Career Center Thursday at lunch to hear more about a Dual Credit Course at Camosun called TEAC 105. Best part about this course..it is FREE and gives you 4 credits and an opportunity to explore the latest in Technology and Design!
Work BC Youth Job Blast (jobs and workshops) May issue.
GRAD: SCHOLARSHIPS, BURSARIES & INFORMATION: check Admission & Scholarships 2021-2022 Google Classroom for details.
Grad Ceremony packages are now overdue please bring them to the office today.
Grads your ceremony check list has been posted on your grad board, make sure you have everything handed in. See Ms. Gribling in the office if you don't.
Grad lanyards are available, $5.00 each, available at the front office.
BAND - MUSIC - CHOIR: Morning classes all year @ 7:00 am:
Monday: Jazz Band
Tuesday: Concert Band
Wednesday: Jazz Band
Thursday: Concert Band
TUTORIALS, COURSE WORK ASSISTANCE & ACADEMIC SUPPORT:
Wednesday and Friday after school in Room 204.
Math Centre help: Wednesday after school in Room 201.
CLUBS, SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS, WEEKLY MEETINGS:
SPECIAL INTEREST CLUBS are held at lunchtime or after school through the school year. A great opportunity to make new friends, try a new skill, play, learn and have some fun:
Monday's - Gardening Club after school in library courtyard garden
Wednesday's - Chess Club @ lunch Rm 106 // D & D after school in the Learning Commons // Yearbook class after school
Thursday's - Judo Club after school
Friday's - GSA @ lunch in the Textiles Rm // D & D after school in Rm 200 // Badminton Club after school in the gym
Upcoming Days of Note:
May 19 - Spirit Day & Jean's Day - Jean's on the bottom Parkland Wear on top - Assembly and PAC BBQ
May 20 - Non-Instructional Day
May 23 - Victoria Day - no school
That's all for today Parkland ~ Stay Paw-sitive!