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post-secondary planning

Post-Secondary Planning Events

posted on: October 16, 2020
mentor mentee

Virtual Mentors Meet & Greet

posted on: October 16, 2020

Community Service Opportunities

posted on: October 16, 2020
beaver computing challenge

Beaver Computing Challenge

posted on: October 13, 2020

Upcoming Events

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Oct
22
Thu
Photo Re-Take Day
Oct 22 all day
Oct
27
Tue
Halloween Civvies Cohort A
Oct 27 all day

Students are invited to be in civvies or appropriate costumes.  Masks should not be worn as the inhibit the use of face masks.  Baseball caps should also not be included as part of the costume.  Some questions to be reflect on if deciding on on a costume:

  1. Is my costume making fun of a group of people, their culture or religion?
  2. Does my costume reinforce jokes and stereotypes about certain groups, cultures or religions?
  3. Am I altering my skin colour, facial/body features to make it darker or like a particular race, ethnicity, or cultural group?
  4. Am I dressing up as a culture or borrowing from a religion that is not my own or is not part of my background?
  5. Do I understand and respect the history or tradition of the culture that I am borrowing my costume from?
Oct
29
Thu
Halloween Civvies Cohort B
Oct 29 all day

Students are invited to be in civvies or appropriate costumes.  Masks should not be worn as the inhibit the use of face masks.  Baseball caps should also not be included as part of the costume.  Some questions to be reflect on if deciding on on a costume:

  1. Is my costume making fun of a group of people, their culture or religion?
  2. Does my costume reinforce jokes and stereotypes about certain groups, cultures or religions?
  3. Am I altering my skin colour, facial/body features to make it darker or like a particular race, ethnicity, or cultural group?
  4. Am I dressing up as a culture or borrowing from a religion that is not my own or is not part of my background?
  5. Do I understand and respect the history or tradition of the culture that I am borrowing my costume from?
Nov
1
Sun
Indigenous Education Month
Nov 1 – Nov 30 all day
Nov
2
Mon
Photo Re-Take Day
Nov 2 all day
Nov
5
Thu
Grade 8 Parent Info Night
Nov 5 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

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