Division 13 will be performing “18 More Reasons Not To Be In A Play” by Alan Haehnel on Wednesday June 17th at 1:30pm.
The casting is set, our production team is hard at work, and lines are being memorized.
All are welcome to enjoy this performance which is bound to be a tremendously funny and entertaining show by some exceptionally talented students.
Hello Div. 13 Parents!
The Maple Grove garden needs your help! The students of Division 13 have graciously volunteered their time on May 6 to build 2 new raised beds and one new compost box. We need parents to help the students hammer, nail, and screw the pieces together. We also need to borrow a few tools.
Please email Ms. Griffiths at email@example.com if you are available to join us.
Date: May 6
Time: 9am – 3pm (approximately)
Where: Maple Grove garden
Tools to Bring:
- staple gun
- cordless power drill
- measuring tape
- safety goggles
- work gloves
I’m very excited for our field-trip to the poetry slam tomorrow at the Rio Theatre.
The weather forecast is suggesting rain, so please dress in waterproof gear as we will be taking public transit. Boots, raincoats and umbrellas are all good ideas.
We leave the school at 10:45, and return at 3:10.
Hello, Div. 13 Parents!
I have exciting news for you. Our class will be going on a field trip on Tuesday May 12th to Seattle to see the Pompeii exhibit at the Pacific Science Centre.
We will be sending home information shortly, but first, we need to quickly find out exactly how many tickets we will be purchasing. In order to go, students must have a valid passport, and if not Canadian, a valid visa and valid PR card. I am asking for photocopies or print outs of these documents for tomorrow. I apologize for the short notice.
We are currently estimating the price of the trip to be $60.
I am looking for at least 2 parent volunteers to come with us on the trip from early in the morning until the evening. Please contact me if you are interested.
Division 13 has worked very hard throughout Term 2 and accomplished a great deal.
I hope you all enjoy a relaxing spring break, and come back refreshed on March 23rd.
While there’s no homework over the break, students are encouraged to read for at least 30 minutes each day and record it in their reading logs.
They are also encouraged to get a start on their 3rd Great Works Projects that will be due on April 28th.