We will be holding our end-of-year celebration on Friday June 16th after school in portable 479. We will be serving sushi and pop.
International students who will be attending must let me know by Friday June 9th to get on the guest list. Only students on the guest list will be allowed in so make sure to come seem me!
Unfortunately, due to low interest in the Planet Lazer field trip, we will be cancelling it. Students who have signed up will be notified and given refunds this week.
I hope we are able to organize a trip for next year!
The International Student Association is hosting an after-school field trip to Planet Lazer in Langley for a night of laser tag on Friday June 2nd (3pm-6:15pm). Tickets include round-trip bus and 3 games of laser tag.
Tickets for international students are $15 and tickets for FPSS guests are $20.
See me in P479 for permission forms.
All ELL classes will be going to Grouse Mountain for a trip to enjoy the Canadian outdoors on Friday May 19th. There will be two program options: the Grouse Grind or the nature and wildlife tour. Permission forms to come!
The International Students Association is sponsoring an after-school field trip to Planet Lazer in Langley. Tickets are $15 for international students and $20 for guests. Tickets include round-trip bus fare and 3 games of laser tag. Permission forms will be handed out in May.
Tomorrow’s International Student Association meeting will be cancelled. Our next meeting will be on Wednesday Feb. 15th at lunch in P479.
Come out and be a part of deciding on the spring field trip!
International students are invited to a Lunar New Year luncheon on Wednesday January 18th in the LST Room from 3:15pm.
Students who are planning on attending must let me know by Thursday Jan. 12th.
Report cards were handed out to students in their homerooms today. Please ask your child to see the reports. If you would like to contact one of your child’s teachers, you can find their email addresses on the school website.
Students that are struggling in their classes should work to improve their grades by:
- being organized in class (organized binder, notes, homework)
- participating in class (asking and answering questions, paying attention and taking useful notes)
- talking to their teachers if they have questions about concepts, assignments or projects
- going to Homework Club after school in the LST Room
- going to Math peer tutoring in the morning and after school
- talking to their ELL caseload manager (me, Mr. McLoughlin or Ms. Wilson) to get extra help