Tuesday May 21, 2019
Claremont Year-Long Drama – Daisy Pulls It Off
This is the final week for Claremont's Year-Long Drama’s play, “Daisy Pulls It Off”. It is a play about life in a 1920s English Boarding School. Part-comedy, part-drama; the play is appropriate for all ages. “Daisy Pulls It Off” runs nightly @ 7:30pm, May 22-25. All tickets are $10 at the door.
Wands for Wildlife – PEP 11 Leadership Project
Two days left!! Do you have old, used mascara wands? Instead of throwing them out, some students at Claremont have organized a two-week campaign in partnership with the Appalachian Wildlife Refuge’s initiative, “Wands for Wildlife”, where donated wands are used to help rehabilitate rescued animals, including removing fly eggs, larvae, and ticks from their fur or feathers. There is a bin located outside the front office where you can put your old mascara tubes, which not only prevents the plastic from entering our landfills, but can help save countless wild lives! Campaign is on until Wednesday May 22.
Last Day to Drop Classes – May 24
The last day to drop classes for this semester so that they don’t show up on your transcript is THIS FRIDAY May 24.
Youth for Change & Inclusion – Lunch Activity
Make sure you come check out YCI’s colourful display in the student lounge at lunch time TODAY and learn how you can get a free cookie!!
The next theme day is Twin Day – THIS FRIDAY May 24. Find a twin buddy and put together a twin outfit!!
On Friday, our Sr Boys defeated Belmont 48-21 to win the Colonel Hodgkins Cup (3rd place in the city). Luigi Di Majo was the Man of the Match! We next play NDSS in the AAA Island final on Wednesday.
Summer Leadership Training
If you are 14-18 years old and have an interest in recreation and/or child & youth care, then the City of Victoria's Youth Leadership in Training Program might be for you. This summer program consists of 2 weeks of leadership training at the Crystal Pool in July, 4 weeks of City of Victoria summer camp placements, plus team building out-trips. Upon completion of the program, successful participants receive a $500 honorarium, a certificate, and a letter of reference. Applications due on June 17. Visit the Career Centre for more info.
Please see the Career Centre for more information.
A full-time labourer is needed by local Construction company, Mike Geric Construction. Competitive wages, based on experience, with opportunities for promotional and educational advancement.
Garden watering. Here is an easy, local temporary job opportunity! A local resident, close to IDA Pharmacy in Cordova Bay, is looking for someone reliable and dependable to water her garden twice per week from August 10 to September 25th.
Visit the Career Centre for more details about these opportunities.
Island Health "Step Up" Youth Program invites all interested grade 9- 12 youth, aged 14 + up, to apply for volunteer opportunities in various roles. "Step Up" and: C.A.R.E, LEARN, LEAD. This program runs from September to April, with interviews and training taking place July and August. In healthcare settings, volunteers will learn about Island Health's C.A.R.E values, policies and patient-care. Deadline to apply is June 30th. Learn more from the Career Centre volunteer posting or check out: www.islandhealth.ca/volunteer-resources/volunteer-opportunities/step-youth-program.
Photos for Grad Slide-Show
Grads, if you brought in baby photos for the slide show, your photos have been scanned and they are ready for pickup in the office.
Claremont International Farewell Picnic – May 28
The Claremont International Farewell Picnic is on TUESDAY May 28 at Beaver Lake Park. The bus will pick up students at 11:55, returning to Claremont at 2:00 (in time for block 4). Lunch will be provided. Bring your own water bottle and dress for the weather. There will be gifts for the students who are leaving. Please confirm your attendance with Brenda.
Walk For Muscular Dystrophy – May 26
The Walk for Muscular Dystrophy is coming up on Sunday, May 26th (starts at 1pm at Beckwith Park). Dacian Filipescu is a grade 9 student here at Claremont with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and is this year's ambassador for the walk. Dacian lost a friend to DMD last year and is dedicating his fundraising efforts to him this year. We have formed a Claremont Team for this year's walk and are hoping to get a good turnout from the Claremont community (staff and students) to show our support for Dacian and the cause. You can register for the event or place a donation (be sure to click on "Team Claremont") using the following link: https://muscle.akaraisin.com/ui/walk2019
This is a fun and fully accessible community event, offering an opportunity to come together, support, honor and create understanding and compassion. Your support and involvement helps Muscular Dystrophy Canada reach its mission to support individuals and families impacted by neuromuscular disorders while continuing to invest in research.
Peninsula Youth Clinic
The Peninsula Youth Clinic is located at Peninsula Medical, 2a-2379 Bevan Avenue, Sidney and is open every THURSDAY from 5:30 - 7:30pm with both a doctor and mental health clinician on hand.
*If you need a reminder about any of this information, the daily announcements are posted outside of the front office.*
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