Strikers Weekly - Week of December 16, 2018









One last week before a well deserved break.




Mr. Milholm's Human Services Students hosted their annual Senior's lunch.  Over 100 seniors from our community enjoyed some food, conversation, and a little spirit of the holidays.  A special thanks to Ms. Audet and Ms. Naidu for all their behind the scenes work.




STUCO Spirit Week

Next week is Spirit Week! be sure to dress up to show off your striker spirit!

  • Monday is Oversized Clothing Day.
  • Tuesday is Swinter (Summer in Winter)
  • Wednesday is Wacky Hair
  • Thursday is Hoho holiday
  • Friday is PJ day  



A Night of Music

A wonderful evening of music.  The Band (grade eight, junior, and senior) along with the Jazz Band and even an amazing vocal trio wowed the audience at the recent Music Concert.  Congratulations to Mr. Carter and all of the student musicians.  A special thanks to Lola S. for the great photos.



Holiday Season is Upon Us

Students from the Art Club spent some time this week decorating the front windows.  Though we have no snow on the ground outside, looking from the inside out, winter (and the winter holidays) are definitely on its way.



Evan Dunfee Speaks

From Mr. Arnold: You may remember Evan from the Rio Olympics (you may also remember seeing him train for Rio race-walking by on Williams Road during our teacher strike a few years back); he was embraced by our national media and won the hearts of Canadians from coast to coast to coast for his decision to refrain from appealing the bronze medal in the 50km race walk event. If you recall, the Japanese athlete finished 3rd but made illegal contact with Evan, and had Evan decided to appeal the decision he would very likely have been awarded the bronze medal himself. He chose not to. Evan embodies the values and principles that Canadians stand for.... In his presentation, he (shared)his story and his love for sport.  He (talked) about setting goals, finding your passion, and using it to help others.


BC-Quebec Exchange?

If you are interested, please contact Mme Rost Komiya.  She is glad to answer any questions about this exciting opportunity for grade 9 and 10 French Immersion students.



Gift of Blood



From Ms. Millar (Career Information Advisor)

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