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Dear Parents/Guardians

If your child takes school bus B5 or B14, please read this note as those routes will be changed due to the closure of the Roche Cove Bridge.

Roche Cove Bridge will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, October 17. Here are the school bus changes for that day:

AM morning pick up:

  • B14 Nagel & Gillespie – this stop will not be available. Pick up will be at 17 Mile pub.
  • B5 & B14 Pick up at East Sooke and Mount Matheson at regular scheduled AM times
  • B5 & B14 will have to use Kangaroo Road, so buses will arrive to school 15-20 minutes later than normal, but before bell time.

PM Afternoon drop off:

  • B5 & 14 will be dropping students off 15-20 minutes later than usual.
  • Students who normally get dropped off at Nagel & Gillespie will be dropped off at the 17 Mile Pub. Students in Grade 3 or younger must be met by a parent/guardian.

Currently the closure is only scheduled for the one day, but if it extends beyond Wednesday, the same routine will apply on Thursday.

If you have any questions about these changes, please contact the SD62 Transportation Department at bussing@sd62.bc.ca or (250) 474-9845.

 

Thank you

 
 

School Info:

Journey App: Be sure to get the Journey Dragons App to stay informed about events happening at the school.

Instructions available at:  https://journey.appazur.com/help/flyer

Grade 6 Immunizations: Recently, immunization consent packages for grade 6 students were sent home from the school. If you have not already done so, please return the completed consent form to the school in a sealed envelope by Monday, October 15.  Students in grade 6 will be offered immunizations in school-based clinics with the consent of a parent(s), guardian or representative. Please contact the local Health Unit at 250 519-3487 and ask to speak with a Public Health Nurse if you have any questions.

Immunizations will be provided at the school for grade 6 students on October 24, 2018.

PAC SPUD Fundraiser: Support the PAC (and all of the amazing activities and programs that the PAC provides our kids) by ordering your groceries from SPUD.ca. 25% is donated from every fundraising produce box, 10% donated from a mixed grocery box or 10% donated from gift cards. Head over to SPUD.ca and create an account. Once signed in, start shopping their amazing local and organic products! At checkout, enter the promotional code FUNDRAISING. Select “Journey Middle School” from the drop-down list and complete your order. Your order will be delivered to your home or office and Journey will get a donation from SPUD. Free delivery to Sooke on Mondays and Thursdays!

Journey Middle School – Custom Sneakers: Professionally created by Zeevy Customs, these sneakers were designed to represent Journey Middle School and its limitless potential.  The base shoes are an original design from Six Hundred Four in Vancouver, British Columbia.  Six Hundred Four shoes are very limited edition and are made in Vietnam with the highest quality leather.

Zac Vine is a teacher at Journey Middle School and is the artist and director of Zeevy Customs. Over the last 6 years, Zeevy Customs has designed custom sneakers for athletes and entertainers from across the globe. Some of his celebrity clientele include Aroldis Chapman, Demar DeRozan, Def Leppard, Drake, Logic, and Corey Taylor. He wanted to support his school and his community, and thus created these unique custom sneakers to be auctioned off with all proceeds going to towards Journey Middle School’s trip to Europe in the Spring. Auction start date is Oct 15th 2018 on the Journey Middle School Parents Facebook page.

To inquire about these pieces of art, or to place a bid, please contact Sandy Hull (shull@sd62.bc.ca) at Journey Middle School.

Link to online auction: https://www.facebook.com/events/1021329734704846/

Photo Re-take Day: Monday October 29th. Order forms available in the office.

 

Community Info:

Sooke Autism Support Society: meeting October 16th 7 pm at EMCS High School in the library. Special Guest, Lindsay Trowel (R.T.C.) will be presenting on Helping Caregivers with Stress Management. All Welcome. For more information visit www.sooke-sass.com

 

Monday

Grade 6/7 Girls Basketball: practice at lunch

Robot Club starts today: 3:15-4:30 Meet Edison. Suitable for students who have not used robots before, are just beginning or want to create fun robotic designs, do great challenges and learn to code using scratch. Meet in Ms. Dvorak’s room at 3:15 after having a snack.

Grade 8 Boys Basketball: Practice after school 3:00-5:00

 

Tuesday

Tea in the Foyer @ recess – all students are welcome to stop by with their mugs and get a cup of herbal tea compliments of Ms. Shannon.  If you forget your cup today she will have a disposable one for you!

Skatepark club @ lunch break – You can bring skateboards, scooters, BMX bikes (no mountain bikes) or rollerblades and join this fast paced club.

Grade 6/7 Boys Basketball: Practice at lunch

 

Wednesday

Lunch- Subway @ lunch.  $3.50 per sandwich.  Chips, water and juice boxes also available for $1 to purchase.  Munch Cards and cash accepted.

Skatepark club @ lunch break – You can bring skateboards, scooters, BMX bikes (no mountain bikes) or rollerblades and join this fast paced club.

Grade 6/7 Girls Basketball: Practice at lunch

Robot Club: 3:15-4:30 Meet LEGO’s EV-3 Robot. Suitable for students who have participated in the Meet Edison group, went to the EV-3 jamboree, or have had experience with Lego EV-3 robots before! Come on down! We are going to have fun! Meet in Ms. Dvorak’s room at 3:15 after having a snack.

Grade 8 Boys Basketball: Practice after school 3-4:30

Cross Country Meet: at West Shore Parks and Rec Centre. First race is at 3:45.

 

Thursday

BC SHAKE OUT: Journey will be participating in the 2018 Great British Columbia Shakeout. We will practice our earthquake protocol with millions of people worldwide on Thursday morning.

Grade 6/7 Boys Basketball: Practice at lunch

Freezie sales: at lunch

 

Friday

Pro-D: Non-Instructional Day- no school

 

Upcoming Dates:

 

OCT. 24 – Grade 6 Immunization Clinic

OCT. 25 – Halowe’en Dance (6:30-8:30)

OCT. 29 – Photo Retake Day

 
 

School Info:

Journey App: Be sure to get the Journey Dragons App to stay informated about events happening at the school.

Instructions available at: https://journey.appazur.com/help/flyer

Grade 6 Immunization Clinic: Immunization consent packages for Grade 6 students have been sent home. Students in grade 6 will be offered immunizations in school-based clinics with consent of a parent(s) or representative. Please contact the local Health Unit at 250-519-3490 and ask to speak with a Public Health Nurse if you have any questions.

We are looking for a few parent volunteers to help with our Immunization Clinic on Wednesday October 24th. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Charmaine Campbell at chcampbell@sd62.bc.ca

Exploratory Refunds:  Will be going home this week. Students will be asked to sign for their refunds.

Community Info: 

Sooke Autisum Support Society (SASS): meeting on October 16th at 7 pm at EMCS High School in the library. Special guest, Lindsay Trowel (R.T.C.) will be presenting on Helping Caregivers with Stress Management. All welcome. For more information visit www.sooke-sass.com

Monday

Happy Thanksgiving! NO SCHOOL

Tuesday

PAC Meeting: 6:30 in the library

Mystical Main: Neighbourhood Thanksgiving Breakfast

Tea in the Foyer @ recess – All students are welcome to stop by with their mugs and get a cup of herbal tea compliments of Ms. Shannon. If you forget your cup today she will have a disposable one for you!

Skatepark Club @ lunch break – You can bring skateboards, scooters, BMX bikes (no mountain bikes) or rollerblades and join this fast paced club.

Wednesday

Lunch – Pizza @ lunch $3.50 per slice. Chips, water and juice boxes also available for $1.00 each. Munch Cards and cash accepted.

Thursday

Friday

Upcoming Dates:

Oct. 19 – Pro-D – no school

Oct. 24 – Grade 6 Immunization Clinic

Oct. 29 – Photo Retake Day

 
 

Journey App: Be sure to get the Journey Dragons App to stay informed about events happening at the school.

Instructions available at: https://journey.appazur.com/help/flyer

Walk and Wheel to School Week Journey is participating in the 2018 Walk & Wheel to School Work from October 1-5. We will be celebrating active travel all week!

Students who walk or wheel (bus, bike, scoot, or skate) all or part way to /from school, will get a sticker to put on our school trip tracking poster. At the end of the week, we will send a picture of our poster to the Capital Regional District (CRD) to show off our active travelling and a chance to win prizes. 

Community Info: 

Grade 6 Immunizations: Watch for immunization consent packages for grade 6 students that will be sent home early in the fall. Students in grade 6 will be offered immunizations in school-based clinics with the consent of a parent(s) or representative. Please contact the local Health Unit at 250-519-3490 and ask to speak with a Public Health Nurse if you have any questions.

We are looking for a few parent volunteers to help with our Immunization clinic on Wednesday October 24th. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Charmaine Campbell at chcampbell@sd62.bc.ca 

Monday 

Exploratory Fees are still due for some students and request that they send them in before exploratories begin on Thursday Oct 4th

Tuesday 

Tea in the Foyer @ recess – all students are welcome to stop by with their mugs and get a cup of herbal tea compliments of Ms. Shannon. If you forget your cup today she will have a disposable one for you!

Skatepark club @ lunch break – You can bring skateboards, scooters, BMX bikes (no mountain bikes) or rollerblades and join this fast paced club.

Wednesday 

Lunch- Subway @ lunch. $3.50 per sandwich. Chips and juice boxes also available to purchase. Munch Cards and cash accepted. All proceeds go to Cops for Cancer/Tour de Rock

Cops for Cancer/Tour de Rock – This year Journey is honoured to welcome the Tour de Rock Riders when they pedal into Sooke today. The riders are scheduled to arrive at 2:19 and we are raising money in various ways to support this fantastic cause. Our most popular is the “head shave”. So far we have grade 8 student Gavin M. and grade six teacher Mr. McLeod collecting pledges! Both have their mother’s permission and if your child wants to join in they will need a parent to sign off too! Everyone is invited to come to the gym Oct. 3! Donations are welcome and cheques can be made to Canadian Cancer Society/Cops for Cancer or donate online at cancer.ca/supportCCS

Skatepark club @ lunch break

Thursday 

Exploratories begin! Remember to bring all your equipment/supplies/change of clothes etc. for your exploratory

Friday

Utopia Stone Soup Activity

Freezie sale at lunch

Happy Thanksgiving Weekend! No School Monday!

 
 

 Dear Parents/Guardians, 

It is with mixed feelings that I am writing to let you know about some temporary changes coming to Journey’s administration team. Starting Monday, October 1, I will be taking a district role as Acting Principal of Aboriginal Education for SD62. Andrea Millen, our current vice-principal, will become Acting Principal and Katrina Abell, a current grade 8 teacher, will be Acting Vice Principal of Journey. These changes will take place until January.  

Both Ms. Millen and Ms. Abell are familiar with our school and community and I’m confident that they, along with our school staff, will continue to deliver the high quality educational leadership that you have come to expect from Journey Middle School. 

I will personally work closely with Ms. Millen and Ms. Abell to ensure a smooth transition. Journey has an amazing group of students, families, teachers and support staff and we look forward to working with you and your children for the remainder of the year.  Ms. Abell will continue to work with her classes part-time during the next few months.  We will keep you updated regarding her replacement during the time she will be dedicating to her new role as VP.

Thank you for sharing your children with me and for your understanding and cooperation during this transition.  If you have any questions, please contact me, or Associate Superintendent Stephanie Hedley-Smith at 250-474-9800. 

Sincerely, 

Laurie Szadkowski, principal

 

 

 
 

Journey App: Instructions available at: https://journey.appazur.com/help/flyer

Thanks to all the families who came to our Meet the Teacher Evening last Wednesday. Congratulations to the Harris Family on being the lucky winners of the Chromebook Door Prize!

Exploratory – Notices will be coming home to students this week regarding exploratory fees. These would be for students who did not get into their first exploratory (all first choices were paid on day of sign up). These fees are used for consumable items such as supplies, groceries, busing etc. We always offer programs that do not include a fee and if there is financial hardship families can send a request to have fees waived by emailing the principal at lszadkowski@sd62.bc.ca (as indicated on exploratory sign up form). Please have these fees paid to the office (cash or cheque made out to SD62)

Cops for Cancer/Tour de Rock – This year Journey is honoured to welcome the Tour de Rock Riders when they pedal into Sooke on October 3. The riders are scheduled to arrive at 2:19 and we are raising money in various ways to support this fantastic cause. Our most popular is the “head shave”. So far we have grade 8 student Gavin M. and grade six teacher Mr. McLeod collecting pledges! Both have their mother’s permission and if your child wants to join in they will need a parent to sign off too! Everyone is invited to come to the gym Oct. 3!

Community Info:

Amber Academy Youth Fine Arts Society is looking for students in grades 6 – 12 with an interest musical theatre! They offer after-school classes which help students develop the vocal techniques and valuable acting skills that are essential to performing in musical theatre: Wednesdays, 3:30 – 5:00pm Show Choir classes help students learn vocal techniques, proper use of breath support, stage presence, and more! Fridays, 2:30 – 4:00pm Acting II classes help students develop performance skills including character development, comic timing, and improv.Classes run from September to June at the Sooke Community Hall. Membership fees are $50/year (single-child families) and $75/year (multi-child families) All students registered in fall 2018 will be cast in our April 2019 musical theatre production of Disney’s The Lion King! Registration Info: Phone: 250-888-1921 Email: admin@amberacademy.ca www.amberacademy.ca/classes

Monday

Last Day to hand in Exploratory Waiver Forms (golf, mountain biking or archery). Students who do not hand in waiver forms will be assigned another exploratory – no exceptions.

Picture Day #2 – all students who did not have their pictures taken on Friday will have the opportunity to have them taken today. All students will have their pictures taken for ID regardless if they are purchasing a photo package.

The Cross-Country team is looking for runners. No experience necessary. Please come ready to run on Monday. We will meet outside the gym doors at the beginning of lunch recess.

Tuesday

Tea in the Foyer @ recess – all students are welcome to stop by with their mugs and get a cup of herbal tea compliments of Ms. Shannon. If you forget your cup today she will have a disposable one for you!

Skatepark club @ lunch break – You can bring skateboards, scooters, BMX bikes (no mountain bikes) or rollerblades and join this fast paced club.

Division 8 $2 creamsicle fundraiser at lunch recess outside the Kitchen door by the cement picnic table.

Wednesday 

Lunch- Pizza @ lunch. $3.50 per slice. Chips and juice boxes also available to purchase. Munch Cards and cash accepted.

Skatepark club @ lunch break

Thursday

Grade 8 Beach Day at Mystic Beach all day. Be prepared for a hike, bring appropriate clothing for the weather and its variability, and food and water for the day.

Friday 

Orange Shirt Day – all students and staff are encouraged to wear orange to promote “Every Child Matters”.  Why Orange Shirts? Orange Shirt Day is a legacy of the St. Joseph Mission (SJM) residential school commemoration event held in Williams Lake, BC, Canada, in the spring of 2013.  It grew out of Phyllis’ story of having her shiny new orange shirt taken away on her first day of school at the Mission, and it has become an opportunity to keep the discussion on all aspects of residential schools happening annually.

Exploratory Fees – due today for students who got into their second, third or fourth choice. 

Mrs. Fed’s class is selling Freezies outside kitchen @ lunch $1

 
 

Journey App: Instructions available at: https://journey.appazur.com/help/flyer

Thank you to our fabulous PAC for hosting our Welcome Back BBQ on Friday. Delicious hotdogs hot off the grill brought lots of smiles. The extra hotdogs fed students who “stayed for dinner” on Friday too!

Merci to all the families who had to make arrangements to pick up students stranded at school because of the road closure. One family had eleven extra students at one time and some stayed late into the evening! Our staff, bus drivers and Journey families really stepped up and “invested in people”.

Welcome to our new SPEDLA (Learning Support) teacher, Mr. Chris Pelley. Mr. Pelley is excited to be our newest Dragon and arrived just in time to be introduced at our Welcome Assembly on Friday.

Exploratory Forms went home with students on Friday. Please read the information at the top of the form carefully. ALL requirements must be met for the form to be accepted. We will begin to collect forms on Tuesday, September 18 at 7:30 a.m. in the foyer. Students must NOT hand in forms to their classroom teachers. Some choices fill up faster than others so we number each form in the order we receive them. 

Love to Travel? – Grade 8s, are you interested in travelling to Europe this Spring Break? We are going to Switzerland, Northern Italy (Cinque Terre), Southern France (Provence, Nice, Monaco), and Spain (Barcelona). If you want to make amazing memories and connections to other parts of our world, come see Ms. Wiens for information. Parents, come meet Ms. Wiens and hear about the trip! She’ll be available in her classroom (room 2221) from 7:30-8:00 after the Meet the Teacher Night on Wednesday. You can also go online to our trip website at www.eftours.ca/2047128PU for more information.

Scouting in Sooke – For the first time, Sooke will have a Scout troop that meets at Journey! There has already been a lot of excitement and interest in our program. We are welcoming more participants to enroll; however, we require more parent or young adult volunteers (scouter volunteers need to be 18 and older).

Scouts has changed. It is an opportunity for your child to explore and take interest in the world around them. Programs are meant to be youth led. That means they choose, plan, and create their own program based on their interests. Scouting has become a means for youth to have safe, well organized and supported adventures of their own making.

Do you and your child want to learn how to repel and rock climb? Is there a group a parents and youth that would like to go on a canoeing adventure, spelunking, hiking, camping, participate in local, provincial, national and international jamborees, rocket making, scuba diving, or any other exciting adventure? Scouting, with committed volunteers, can make these or almost limitless other adventures come true.

Scouting can also help your child learn leadership, cooperation, and perseverance. Youth who successfully participate in Scouts often add their participation on their resume, find entertainment that is not based on video games, are given opportunities to serve their community and learn practical hands on knowledge that helps them succeed.

If you would like to find out more and are willing to help us make these adventures become a reality, please contact Dan Sulzen (teacher at Journey). Your participation can be as simple as helping in the background or participating with us fully on a weekly basis or anywhere in between. To get in touch with us please send an email to: scouterdans@gmail.com or stop by yourself or ask your child to stop in and talk with Mr. Sulzen in room 1175. If not me, who? If not now, when?

Monday – No School for Students

Tuesday 

Exploratory Forms – bring your forms, and fee if applicable, to the foyer beginning at 7:30 a.m. Follow ALL instructions on the forms which will be collected in order (each student will be given a number of the order they are handed in). DO NOT HAND IN FORMS TO ANY OTHER STAFF MEMBERS!

Tea in the Foyer @ recess – all students are welcome to stop by with their mugs and get a cup of herbal tea compliments of Ms. Shannon. If you forget your cup today she will have a disposable one for you!

Skatepark club @ lunch break – You can bring skateboards, scooters, BMX bikes (no mountain bikes) or rollerblades and join this fast paced club.   Students must have waivers signed (available in the office) and you must bring the required equipment to participate.

Wednesday 

Exploratory Forms – bring your forms, and fee if applicable, to the foyer beginning at 7:30 a.m. Follow ALL instructions on the forms which will be collected in order (each student will be given a number of the order they are handed in). DO NOT HAND IN FORMS TO ANY OTHER STAFF MEMBERS!

Lunch-Subway Sandwiches @ lunch. $3.50 per 6”. Chips and juice boxes also available to purchase. Munch Cards and cash accepted.

Skatepark club @ lunch break (see info above)

Meet the Teacher Evening – Come out and meet the Journey Staff 6:30-7:30 pm (classrooms 6:30-7 and presentation in Gym 7-7:30).

Thursday 

Exploratory Forms – bring your forms, and fee if applicable, to the OFFICE. DO NOT HAND IN FORMS TO ANY OTHER STAFF MEMBERS!

Friday 

Exploratory Forms – bring your forms, and fee if applicable, to the OFFICE. DO NOT HAND IN FORMS TO ANY OTHER STAFF MEMBERS! If you have not handed in your exploratory form by today at noon, you will be placed into an exploratory where there is space. 

Picture Day – students will have their individual pictures taken today. Students on field trips will have theirs taken at a later date if they don’t have the opportunity today.

Mrs. Fed’s class is selling Freezies outside kitchen @ lunch $1

 
 

Accident by Sooke Shell has closed the road.  Buses will be delayed and/or rerouted.  Students will have a safe place to stay at school if parents are unable to pick them up.  Please call the school if you want your child to make other arrangements.

 
 

Welcome to our first full week back. Communication between school and home is important and we now have new Journey App! Students and parents can download it to stay current with announcements, school news and individual teams/clubs. Instructions available here: https://journey.appazur.com/help/flyer

If you missed last week’s Blog update scroll down after this week’s for more information!

Reminder that all forms (paper and online) are due by Friday, Sept. 14.

Monday 

Band Rotations for registered students in all grades begin today. Please remember your instrument (if you already have yours). Ms. Bjorklund will let you know which days are your practice days.

Hockey Academy begins today. Mr. Elm will have sent all participants the information needed for your first day.

Tuesday

Tea in the Foyer @ recess – all students are welcome to stop by with their mugs and get a cup of herbal tea compliments of Ms. Shannon. If you forget your cup today she will have a disposable one for you!

Creamsicle Sales outside kitchen @ lunch $2 each.

Skatepark club @ lunch break – You can bring skateboards, scooters, BMX bikes (no mountain bikes) or rollerblades and join this fast paced club. Students must have waivers signed (available in the office) and you must bring the required equipment to participate.

PAC Meeting tonight in the library @ 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend and we look forward to meeting everyone.

Wednesday 

Lunch-Pizza Sales @ lunch. Pizza is $3.50 per slice (choice of pepperoni, cheese and Hawaiian). Chips and juice boxes also available to purchase. Munch Cards and cash accepted.

Skatepark club @ lunch break (see info above)

Grade 6 Instrument rental night–5-7 p.m. in the foyer at Journey this evening.

Thursday

Fire Drill #1 right after announcements in the morning. Students will take part in the first of six Fire Drills. Two earthquake drills, one hold and secure and one lockdown drill will also take place at Journey this year.

Friday

Welcome Back Assembly 10:45 in the gym followed by our annual PAC BBQ at noon. Each student will receive one hotdog and one drink compliments of our generous PAC. Vegetarian options will be available.

Freezie Sales outside kitchen $1

Exploratory Forms go home with students today. Please read the information at the top of the form carefully. ALL requirements need to met to have the form accepted. We will begin to collect forms on Tuesday, September 18 at 7:30 a.m. in the foyer. Students must NOT hand in forms to their classroom teachers. Some choices fill up faster than others so we number each form in the order we receive them.

Saturday 8:15–1pm—Gr. 6 Band camp at Belmont Sec. All band students should come–bring instrument.  Bus leave from JMS at 8:15 am. Chaperones are still needed, please contact Ms. Bjorklund if you would like to come along on this trip.

 
 

Our first full day of the new school year is complete!  Students are adjusting to their new teachers and classmates and it’s wonderful to hear the sound of children’s laughter in the hallways.  Our FAST rotations began today and every class had the opportunity to discover their first rotation (Art, Food/Sewing, Young Entrepreneurs, Voices/Music, Woodshop and Tech).  Our Woodshop has a few more details to work out, but we should be up and sawing soon!

Temporary bus passes were issued today for all students who have registered for the school bus.  Please contact our school office if your child did not receive their bus pass.

School Supplies can be brought to school if they haven’t already.  Lockers will be assigned tomorrow (decorating your locker we ask that students use magnets, but no stickers).  Remind your child to keep their combination a closely guarded secret!  Best friends can change over time.

Cell phones are not a necessity of life for middle school students; however, if they are brought to school it is at the owner’s own risk.  Staff have the option to use cell phones as a learning tool in the classroom or not.  Please help your child by not texting them during class time.  If a student is using their phone in a way that takes away from their learning, or the learning of others, they may be asked to hand it in at the office each morning or not bring it to school.

Communication between school and home is important and we now have new Journey App! Students and parents can download it to stay current with announcements, school news and individual teams/clubs. Instructions available here: https://journey.appazur.com/help/flyer

Students have taken home their envelopes with student consent form and there are also forms online (our goal is to have them all online, but until then please complete the paper and online consents)  Go to https://consent.sd62.bc.ca/apps/OnlineConsent .   Annual consents need to be redone each school year, perpetual consents are valid as long as the student remains enrolled in Sooke School District. When you log in to the portal, if you have already provided consent for the perpetual items, they will show as checked, and the annual items will show as unchecked. We have listed the consents and if they are annual or perpetual for your information below.

  1. Media Consent (annual)
  2. Internet Access Consent (annual)
  3. General Consent for School Fieldtrips/Activities (annual)
  4. School Cash Online Consent (perpetual)
  5. Google Apps for Education Consent (perpetual)
  6. Aboriginal Education Information and Self-Identification (annual)
  7. MyBlueprint Consent (perpetual)

Please have all forms completed by September 14 (post-dated cheques for October 1 for athletics, yearbook and/or munch cards are accepted).  If you need assistance, please contact our secretary, Gina Thompson or our clerk, Sandy Hull and they will be happy to help you.

 
 
 
 
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