Wednesday May 2nd
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3 Grade 11 or 12 students are needed this Saturday 7-10pm to help out at the Italian Society dinner. The Italian Society donates to grad, so this is a way we can thank them for their donation. Counts as volunteer hours. Call Rosie Eberle at 352 4624. Two parents will be there to help as well.
Attention LVR Student Grad Committee members: please see Ms Malloff at break this morning as we need to do Grad Gown fittings asap
Any girls interested in participating in a unique project, the 'She.We.They: The Women Show' project with Touchstones, see Ms. Morrison or Ms. Terlingen for details.
Capture the flag will be happening today at lunch on the top field. Grab some pals and come up at 11:45!
The LVR book club is now reading The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls. We will meet this Friday to discuss the first half of the book. Join in the discussion on this non-fiction novel of one families life. A must read book for sure!
Any grade 12's going into a forestry related pathway, consider this scholarship from Council of Forest Industries. Open to students enrolling in forestry, technical trades, business, or science programs, more information in counselling area or online, due by end of this month.
The LVR Band is hosting the Pleasant Valley Secondary School band in a joint concert tomorrow evening in the LVR Gym. Come hear some great music from multiple bands.
Books! Books Everywhere! Ms. Mobbs is thrilled to announce that LVR now has a free book bin. Come any time to room 205 and grab a book to read. You can return the books anywhere around town at other Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy book bins. LVR students are volunteering to select books that you might enjoy reading. Books for this awesome project can also be donated by dropping them into our bin. Come and check it out.
Congrats to the senior girls soccer team on a hard fought battle vs JL Crowe and thank you to the 6 juniors, including their keeper Ella Pelloso, who played strong! Despite hitting 4 cross bars and controlling much of the play, the girls lost 5 to 4. We certainly missed our senior keeper and 3 other starters, but those on the field rallied up to make it an exciting game.
Reminder to Soccer player travelling to Kelowna to have their trip notification forms in to the office by Thursday.