Lambrick Park Lions Weekly Events March 12-16

Lambrick Park Lions Weekly Events

                                     March 12-March 16, 2018

 REMINDER: School Fees, School Sports, Grad 2018 Events & Tickets, School Lunches and Academy payments can be paid online at: www.lambrick park@sd61.bc.ca – ONLINE FEE PAYMENTS

Monday March 12

  • LUNCH: Chinese Food $5

 Tuesday March 13

  • A-Block course selection current grade 9’s

 LUNCH: PIZZA $3/$5

 Wednesday March 14

  • Family of schools concert @6:30 in The Studio
  • Arbutus/Cedar Hill course selection

 LUNCH: CALZONE $5

 Thursday March 15

  • Parent/Teacher conferences starting at 1:30 – early student dismissal @11:35 – block B & A as usual
  • A-Block course selection catch-up
  • U-Start presentation Career Centre – 11:30-12:30

 LUNCH: CHICKEN STRIPS with DIP $5

 Friday March 16

  • Last Day of School before Spring Break – HAPPY SPRING BREAK!

 LUNCH: SUSHI $5

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 First Day back after Spring Break………………………………………………………………………………………………………04 April

Fit For Life Grade 9-10 Block C..………………………………………………………………………………………………………….05 April

GRAD 2018 meeting – LP block……………………………………………………………………………………………………………..06 April

Immaculata High School (Ottawa) track & field team visiting our school……………………………09-16 April

“Family of schools” Lambrick Park, Gordon Head and Torquay Terry Fox Run…………………………..12 April

SD61 District Career Fair……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….19 April

PRO-D………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….20 April

Lambrick’s track & field team will be in Ottawa at Immaculata High school………………………21-29 April

Whistler Music Retreat……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………26-29 April

English 12 PROVINCIAL EXAM……………………………………………………………………………………………………………26 April

Communications 12 PROVINCIAL EXAM……………………………………………………………………………………………27 April

Grade 9’s Volunteer Workshop – LP block………………………………………………………………………………………….27 April

 CAREER News!

Cindy Croucher – Career Center Coordinator – ccroucher@sd61.bc.ca  Phone: 250-477-0181

University of Alberta will be in Victoria to help students who have received an admission offer prepare for their first year of studies.

You are invited to attend our Registration 101 session:

Date:                    Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

Location:              The Magnolia Hotel & Spa (623 Courtney St)

RSVP:                    Students must reserve their seat by completing the RSVP online at uab.ca/reg101

This session will be a general presentation open to students in all faculties.  Students will be able to set up their class timetable for the 2018-2019 academic year, ask questions they have about courses, and ensure they are taking the proper first year courses necessary to complete their program.

If you are unable to attend this session you can find all the information about registering in classes on our website:  uab.ca/reg101

Please visit  website at hightechu.ca to download the Program Guide and Application Form.

Applications are due March 16th & Interviews are March 24th (during Spring Break)

SIP Summer Programs

Are your kids ready to tap into one of these AWESOME summer options?!?

  • Marine TASK

Application Deadline: March 26 2018  Start Date: April

  • Professional Cook Blended Foundation

Application Deadline: May 1 2018

 Joinery Level 1

Application Deadline: May 1 2018                    Start Date: July – August 2018

  • Welding Foundation

Application Deadline: June 1 2018                   Start Date: August 2018

YMCA Summer Work Student Exchange

vancouverisland.swse@ymcagta.org

 Learn about the YMCA Summer Work Student Exchange is a unique national exchange program.

The Young Engineers and Scientists

http://www.triumf.ca/academic-programs/awards-fellowships/yes-fellowship

LAMBRICK PARK LIONS Weekly Events March 12-16 2018(YES!) Fellowship offers six-week summer research experiences to graduating secondary students in British Columbia entering their first year at a recognized post-secondary institution. The Fellowship includes an award of $3,000. The intent of the YES Fellowship is to motivate graduating students with a passionate interest in science to pursue a research career by offering them the opportunity to experience a real life research environment.