REMINDER to PICK UP your PRE-ORDERED LUNCHES at the MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM WINDOW EACH DAY!
Monday – White Spot-Hamburger, Veggie Burger or Lettuce Wrap
Tuesday – Hot House Pizza-Hawaiian, Cheese, Pepperoni/Bacon
Wednesday – Hot House Calzone-Hawaiian, Cheese, Pepperoni/Bacon
Thursday – Mucho Burrito – Beef Chicken or Veggie Burrito
Friday – Hot Dogs – Beef or Veggie & a bag of Chips!
UPCOMING LP EVENTS:
OCTOBER 6: WELCOME to Lambrick Park Family Zoom – 6:00-7:00pm
OCTOBER 6: LAMPAC zoom meeting – 7:00-8:00
OCTOBER 11 : THANKSGIVING – (School closed)
OCTOBER 13: Grad2022 and Parents zoom assembly at 7:00pm
Dear LP Families:
It’s strange to think that September is now over.
Thanks to everyone for all their support, patience, effort, and understanding as we got the 2021-2022 school year started. September was extremely busy for everyone. It’s been great to see so many students getting involved in clubs and sports teams as they start up.
Yesterday was the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. It was created in response to the 2015 Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. Hopefully everyone had an opportunity to take time to visibly acknowledge the history of residential schools in Canada and to honour the survivors, their families, as well as those who never returned home from these schools. Hopefully some of the discussions and activities that have happened at school this week and in the coming weeks will generate some thoughtful reflection and meaningful discussions at home about the need for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada.
On Wednesday, October 6th we have 2 Zoom events happening.
- Welcome to Lambrick Family Meeting: 6:00pm
Normally we would host a Meet the Teacher Night or an open house of some kid to welcome new to Lambrick students and families. This year we are offering families a virtual welcome to LP. If you are able to, please join us for:
- A video tour of LP
- Understanding our Semester System and Schedule
- Tips and ways to stay informed
- Meet some staff
If you are interested and able to join us for our Lambrick Park Parent Advisory Committee meeting after the Welcome Zoom, we’d love to have new faces join LAMPAC. https://gvsd61.zoom.us/j/63142770748?pwd=ZkdrZlcrZWpGa04wMjkrWWhYeE5WUT09
- LAMPAC: 7:00pm: This is our October Meeting (on Zoom) New members are always welcome.
SAVE THE DATE: Grads and Parents of the Grad class on 2022!!! Save the date for a student/parent zoom assembly October 13th at 7:00.
Have a great weekend.
ATTENTION ALL Grade 12’s & Parents
To view information about post-secondary news and scholarship news, please bookmark this page for our bimonthly updates LP Scholarship Newsletter (bit.ly/LPScholar)
CUE – Canadian Universities Event – VIRTUAL EVENT FOR STUDENTS & PARENTS
The Canadian Universities Event is virtual again this year. Students have the opportunity to join in the virtual sessions with approximately 50 different Canadian Universities to learn about the programs and entrance requirements. Recitation is open. Ow and the sessions take place as follows:
October 2nd (Saturday) 10 am – 1 pm
October 4, 5, 6 from 4 pm – 7 pm
Registration for students is open – https://cuebc.org/events/
Lambrick Park GIRLS BASKETBALL FUNDRAISER – Encourage your family, friends, and neighbours to return their deposit containers to one of the 3 Return-It depot locations in Victoria – they can donate the total or partial amount of their refund directly to LAMBRICK PARK GIRLS BASKETBALL.
Lambrick Park MUSIC PROGRAM FUNDRAISER
The link below will direct students and families to some important new features developed by our Information Technology for Learning Department.
Students will find out about:
SD61 Learn Account log in changes
Student Connect (Digital Consent forms and Locker information)
MyEd BC Student Portal (where you can find your timetable/schedule)
REMINDER: Please register in Parent and Student Connect to explore things such as school forms, school cash online etc. & complete all forms!
October 2021 Snapshot
Talking to teenagers about difficult subjects like substance use
can sometimes be a challenge for parents. However, providing your child with
balanced information about substance use early on and often, can help
them make informed choices when faced with making a decision.