Wednesday, April 19th
Block rotation: 3344
All AP 12 students: Please note that the time for your mock exam has been changed from Sunday, April 30th in the morning to Sunday, April 30th at 6pm. If this change makes it impossible for you to attend, please contact Ms. Kroker asap. Don't forget, writing the mock exam is a requirement for the course.
Tomorrow save on and kootenay co op gift cards will be for sale at school for the new grad fundraiser. The table will be set up outside the multi purpose room and cards will be available there. Bring money and get a card.
Poetry Workshop at the Nelson public Library tomorrow from 3:30 to 5pm. Taught by special guest author Jordan Mounteer! Free, no registration required.
Canadian Parents for French is pleased to be bringing award winning French language film, Monsieur Lazure to the Civic theater today at 7PM. This event is FREE and part of the National Canadian Film Day 150 (NCFD 150) celebrations! For more information, see the Civic Theatre website.
Grads This is the LAST chance to pick up your passport to the Kootenays Coupon book. The Passports to the Kootenays coupon books will be available for pick up in the LVR school office only until APRIL 28, 2017. All remaining coupon books will be returned and NO refunds will be offered for books not claimed.
Tonight at 7pm at Trafalgar The Mask You Live In will be showing for any sd8 students and teachers.
The Summer Film Camp returns to Nelson this summer with one and two week hands-on programs for youth ages 6-18 in July. New and experienced filmmakers learn the art and technology of making videos, from start to finish with the support of professional filmmakers. Participants create their own stories while working in teams behind and in front of the camera. Bursaries are available upon request.
Please note that bears are now active around our campus-please make sure litter is kept to a minimum and thrown into the garbage cans.
This morning, grade ten student, Aoife (eefa) Owton, will compete in the qualifiers at the Poetry In Voice National Recitation Competition. She is going up against 11 other students from across Canada, and the top six will advance to the finals tomorrow evening. Anyone who is interested in watching Aoife compete live, the competition is being streamed on the poetry in voice website at 9:30 this morning.