Wednesday June 19, 2019
Last day of classes!!!
Report Cards – June 27
Report Card pickup is THURSDAY June 27 @ 9:30 sharp in a very short Home Room. Report cards not picked up will be saved until September. If a student is unavailable to pick it up, a parent is welcome to pick it up on their behalf.
Yearbooks – Handed Out Today
Last day. Yearbooks will be handed out again TODAY at lunch and after school in the Spartan Store. There is still time to buy a yearbook. See Ms Marshall in the Accounting office. Cost is $45. She can also confirm if you already paid for one, or not!!
Please return ALL Learning Commons resources by THIS FRIDAY, June 21, if you are not using them for your exams. Feel free to put them on any carts you see around the school or bring them to the LC. Thank you.
Would all students signed up for CLE Online next year please see Mrs. Marshall before the end of the year in Room 336 for instructions on how to start the course over the summer.
Travel to Peru during Spring Break next year for an Arts, Culture, and Service trip. Sign up before the end of this school year to get the best rate. Contact Mr Gardner for details: email@example.com
Grades 10, 11, 12: If you have not picked up your vaccination records, please come to the office to collect them. They are important documents for your family to have.
Lost & Found Table
A lost & found table is set up in the horseshoe hallway, near the office. Lots of t-shirts, hoodies, pants, water bottles, lunch boxes, umbrellas, etc. There are also a few very nice jackets stored in the office. Please see if any of the items belong to you!!
Timetables were handed out in Home Room on Friday. If the schedule is incorrect, students are to write changes needed on the paper copy and submit the original copy to the office. Take a photo of the original for your reference. No appointments will be taken at this time.
The exam schedule has been posted on the front page of the Claremont Website. Please triple check the days, times and locations of your exams. If students need to add a Numeracy Assessment or write an exam in a conflict time slot, there is a sign-up sheet at the front office.
Grade 12 Work Experience
There are a number of Grade 12s who have not completed their WEX 12A or WEX 12B. Please see Mr. Arsenault and do this as soon as possible!
Trades Exploration - Semester 2
Have you thought about a career in the trades? Not sure if it will be right for you? Get samples of Welding, Carpentry, Electrical and Plumbing through our Semester 2 TEx Program! Earn work experience credits and learn about the steps to apprenticeship and Red Seal Certification. There's still time to register! See Mr. Arsenault in the Career Centre or meet with your school counsellor.
School Bus Registration for 2019-2020
Registration is now open for students riding school buses. The Link to register can be found on the SD63 website, under Programs and Services, Transportation. If you have further transportation questions, try their Frequently Asked Questions link or contact the Transportation Department at 250-652-7343 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: the transportation office will not contact riders unless there is a problem with the registration form. Students must be registered by June 29, 2018 to ensure a seat on the bus.
Trivia Tournament – June 26
The Trivia Club would like to invite you to play in a fun tournament after exams on WEDNESDAY June 26, 9:30-noon. We will meet in the Learning Commons . Snacks provided! See you there! See Mrs. Wadsworth or Justin Norman for more info.
Athletes of the Month
Congratulations to the following students on being named May and June’s "Athletes of the Month". You can read more about their accomplishments in the display cases outside the gyms.
Jr Female: Kennedy McAdams
Jr Male: Willie Bishop
Sr Male: Payne Jones
Sr Female: Maddie Mittelsteadt
Jr Female: Abby Simpson
Jr Male: Brett Schellenberg
Sr Male: Keegan Neary
Sr Female: Rebecca Dutchak
Visit the Career Centre for more information about these jobs.
New owners of a house need someone for odd jobs on their property, such as: spreading bark mulch & gravel, and doing other small light jobs. $15/hour.
Mr. Tubbs ice cream parlour and family fun zone, across from Tillicum Mall, is looking to hire 2 part time staff for the busy summer season. A cool place to work, especially if you love ice cream. Approx. 20 hours per week.
Mount Doug Golf Course, at 4225 Blenkinsop Rd., is hiring mature responsible students to join our outdoor grounds team this summer and possible future summers for grounds keeping. This is a great opportunity to spend the summer outdoors doing mostly light duty tasks like raking, weeding, whipping edges, and driving a golf gator around the course. This is a part-time seasonal position; hours should be 20-30 hours per week. If interested, please take your resume in person to the check-in counter to set up an interview.
The Saanich News is looking for reliable paper carriers for several routes in the Cedar Hill X Road / Cedar Hill Rd areas. Get outside and exercise while getting paid. Delivery days are Wednesdays & Fridays; pay is relative to number of papers on route.
The Fairmont Empress Hotel & Resorts is advertising for more summer Turndown Attendant positions. Starting rate of pay is $18.05! Visit the Career Centre for more information on how to apply or go to www.fairmontcareers.com.
Visit the Career Centre for info about these and other volunteer postings.
Summer Camps (August) at UVic. The Faculty of Humanities at UVic seeks volunteers for its SCAMPS summer camps programs, provided to children between ages 5-12. We prefer that our volunteers commit to at least one full week, but are flexible concerning work hours. If you are a responsible, reliable high school student who is good with kids energetic and enthusiastic, then this could be a great opportunity for you! Visit https://www.uvic.ca/scamps or stop by the Career Centre for more information.
Dry Grad: Clothing Drop-off
Grads & guests are to drop off casual clothing (including shoes) that you will wear for the Dry Grad Celebration, at Claremont school during these times:
MONDAY, June 24 - 11:00am - 5:00pm
TUESDAY June 25 - 11:00am - 5:00pm
WEDNESDAY, June 26 - 11:00am - 5:00pm
All grads need to drop off their clothing in a zippered garment bag (not a plastic grocery bag or garbage bag) in the main foyer at Claremont. This bag needs to be large enough to hold your formal wear (include a sturdy hanger). Separate bags for grad and guest required (no sharing of bags will be allowed). Make sure your bag is labelled with your full name. All bags will be inspected for banned substances. Clothing will be kept in a locked room at all times and will be returned at the end of the event or when the grad is signed out. If you cant’ find a garment bag, please contact the Dry Grad committee. What to pack: shorts/t-shirt, undergarments, shoes/socks, flip flops/sandals, zip-lock bag for jewellery, hairbrush/toothbrush/deodorant.
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Peninsula Youth Clinic – OPEN ALL SUMMER
For all youth aged 12-24: the Peninsula Youth Clinic is located at Peninsula Medical, 2a-2379 Bevan Avenue, Sidney (250-656-4143) and is open EVERY THURSDAY from 5:30 – 7:30pm, providing services for mental, physical, and sexual health. A doctor and mental health clinician is on hand.
Walk-ins are welcome! Services are completely free and confidential in their judgement free zone.
-any medical concern
-speak with a counsellor
-access to STI and pregnancy testing
-access to birth control
If you need a reminder about any of this information, the daily announcements are posted outside of the front office.*