Strikers Weekly - Week of March 1, 2020













February's Video of the Month.  To see more Videos of the Month, look under the School and District News Top Tab.




Congratulations Idol Final Three

From three wonderful vocalists for this year's McRobert's Idol, down to one.  Congratulations to all of the contestants for having the courage to demonstrate your amazing talent.



Warm Fuzzy Tuesday - A Prelude to Pink Day

In anticipation of Pink Day, students in Ms. Nicholson's PE Leadership Class were up early passing on "Warm Fuzzies" to all students who entered the school.



Theatre for Young People

Mr. Wilson's Junior Drama students showcased some of their talent for one of our neighbouring feeder school students.  Performing the "Theater for Young People," the students showed both their humour and their dramatic skills.  



Pink Day 2020

Organized by students in Ms. Nicholson's PE Leadership class with the help of Ms. Charlton, the school was decorated in Pink signs, ribbons, and more.  At lunch, there were a number of games and activities.  It was a fun day but hopefully a good reminder of the importance of the day itself.



Hurry, Hurry Hard!

Students in Ms Frier and Mr. Kim's Physical Education Classes had the chance to throw some rocks... curling rocks at the Richmond Winter Club.



Fast Cars... Built with Technology

Built using the high tech tools of the laser cutter and the 3D Printer, students in Mr. Beresford's class built and raced their CO2 race cars.  


Provincial Learning Survey

As Shared on the Website...


The Provincial Student Learning Survey is unique in its scope, size and usefulness to schools. It gathers information from parents, teachers and students on topics related to school environment, safety, and achievement. The information is used for planning in individual schools and provides a district and provincial perspective.


Early in 2020 the Student Learning Survey will be administered to students in grades 10 and 12, their parents, and all school staff. We encourage parents to participate in this survey, as the results are important in identifying and celebrating current strengths, as well as determining where the school needs to focus improvement. The surveys contain standard questions for the Province – in addition, questions from the school and/or district that focus on local conditions or issues may be included.


The survey can be completed electronically and can be accessed on the Internet at is external). Any computer with an Internet connection can be used, and access to the e-survey is simple and secure. The survey can be accessed through the link and the Direct access section of the log in page by selecting the school district and school name where your child attends school. Provincial, District and School Reports for previous years can be viewed at the same site under the Results section.


If you have any questions, please contact the school.




For the latest information, check the Career Centre District Website regularly at:

This section will have information from Ms. Millar (our Career Information Advisor).  Weekly updates will include information on Post Secondary Information as well as potential Scholarship Opportunities.