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Monday April 28 News

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Monday April 28 News
by Andrea Martin - Monday, 28 April 2014, 10:44 AM

Monday April 28, 2014

Change in Bell Schedule
This is a reminder for all students.  Due to the teachers' job action, there will be changes to our class schedules on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays: lunch will be shortened by 15 minutes and school will end 15 minutes earlier.  Busses will arrive 15 minutes earlier on those days. The earlier busses will start this week on WEDNESDAY April 30th and the shortened lunch breaks will start on THURSDAY May 1st.  A copy of the new bell schedule is posted outside of the office and on the Claremont website.

Math Club Meeting
There is a Math Club meeting TODAY at lunch in Room 133.
Blood Drive
There are still a few spots available for the May Blood Drive.  Sign up at lunch in the student lounge or with Ms Chapman in room 136.  If you have already signed up, please return your consent forms ASAP.

Food Drive
The Block 1 Food Drive competition starts TODAY!  Non-perishable items only for the Mustard Seed, which helps hundreds of families in Victoria.  Let's go Spartans!!

Spartan Day
Spartan Day is this FRIDAY to celebrate the re-launch of the HOUSE SYSTEM. Hopefully you heard about the Houses in your homeroom last week. This Friday, wear your House Colours and be ready to show some school spirit in our school-wide spirit video. Zeus is white, Hercules is red, Apollo is black, and Poseidon is blue.

Track & Field
There is a very important Track & Field meeting TODAY at the start of lunch in the small gym.

Intramural Speedball
Intramural Speedball will be starting next week. There will be junior and senior divisions. The sign up sheet is posted on the big gym doors. Sign your team up ASAP to ensure a spot.

Dockyard Summer Job Applications
Any students interested in working in the trades at the Dockyard this Summer must get their applications in no later than this WEDNESDAY April 30th!  See Mr. Arsenault in the Career Centre for more information.

Thrifty Smile Cards
You can help support the All Night Dry Grad by loading up on groceries at Thrifty Foods. Through their Smile Card program, Thrifty Foods donates a portion of sales to the All Night Dry Grad. Thrifty Smile Cards can be picked up in the school office, and parents from all grades or family and friends can use them.

Magic Wand – clothing rental for Grad
Grads:  Are you having trouble finding a dress or tux for your grad night?  No student needs to miss grad.  The Magic Wand is a local program who has a large selection of prom dresses and tuxes.  You can borrow the clothes for free, and are only charged a small cleaning fee.  There are many outfits still available.  For more information, check out their website:  www.TheMagicWandProject.ca  An information poster is in the counselling hallway.  To make an appointment to view the selection of clothes, you can phone or email the following:
For dresses: 250-658-0246 or email esurerus@telus.net
For tuxes:  lesleybutterfield@hotmail.com

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