Friday February 3, 2017
A student has lost a wallet, with important I.D. in it. The wallet is dark blue with an embroidery pattern on it. If you have come across it, please help out your fellow student and bring it to the office.
There are two math contests coming up and there are still spots available. The AMC10 and AMC12 are on TUESDAY, February 7th in Block 1 in room 215. The Pascal. Cayley, and Fermat contests (which are for grades 9, 10 and 11) are on TUESDAY, February 28th in Block 1. Sign-up sheets are on the bulletin board outside room 133. See Mr. Skanks or Mr. Paananen if you have any questions.
Claremont's Year-Long Drama presents the play “Up The Down Staircase,” running Feb 8, 10, 11 and Feb 15-18 at 7:30pm (and Feb 9th at 8:00pm to accommodate our Open House). This play is both funny and insightful; it tells the tale of a new teacher coming into an inner-city school in 1959, where she is full of hope and the desire to make things better, but finds that making change is never easy. Tickets are $7.50 at the door (no pre-sales).
Handbags for Hope
The Key Club will be collecting gently used handbags, scarves or jewelry for raising funds for Neuroblastoma Pediatric Cancer Research. Nneuroblastoma is the most common cancer in children under the age of 1. The table will be in the main hallway at lunch every day next week, starting MONDAY!
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All girls interested in playing rugby, there will be a meeting TODAY at lunch in the PE hallway. No experience required. Questions? See Mr. Ohl or Shaye Tudor.
Tennis anyone? The Tennis Team is starting next WEDNESDAY at Panorama in the morning. Come and see Mr Gardner in room 327 for information and forms.
A local business (on Claremont Road) requires a student for some part-time office help: general office organization, filing and sorting of documents. Individual must be detail oriented and organized. Start as soon as this weekend, if possible! $12.00 per hour.
The same local business (on Claremont Road), also requires a strong, able-bodied student to move around some office storage and filing boxes, and to help with office rearrangement. Please see Mr. Arsenault for more information about both positions.
Butchart Gardens is advertising for seasonal jobs, offering flexible part-time and full-time positions, mainly from April through to October. Ability to speak a second language is a huge asset. More information and application forms available in the Career Centre.
Hoping to find a job for the summer? Mark your calendar for the upcoming Job Fair at the Shoal Centre in Sidney, on FRIDAY February 24 (Pro-D Day) from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Register early and win! Visit the Career Centre for more information and a list of participating employers.
Parents/Guardians: If time is a barrier to getting involved with Dry Grad, maybe you or your business would like to make a donation or sponsor some of the entertainment! Receipts will be issued for tax write-off purposes and businesses will get acknowledged in the TC and Saanich News in late June, on our website, and in the school's Announcements.
Donations of PRIZES the Grads can win at Dry Grad are also gratefully accepted!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are grateful to be acknowledging our first Entertainment Sponsor! Iron Bell Fitness has sponsored the Photo Booth for Dry Grad 2017! Iron Bell Fitness is a local (and VERY close to Claremont School) kettle bell fitness studio where you get very personal attention. Classes for all ages and no experience required. "You've tried the rest, now train with the best!" For more info, go to: victoriakettlebell.ca
The Vancouver trip (March 9th) has been POSTPONED until APRIL.
Sign up now for skiing at Mt. Washington March 15 & 16th. Get the permission forms from Brenda, sign up NOW, as space is limited. Check Brenda's board for more details.
There will be a pizza lunch on TUESDAY Feb 7th in the big gym. Come and meet our new International students.
Check Brenda's board every day for news.
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