moscrop.sd41.bc.ca burnabyschools.ca Friday, MAY 22, 2015 Day 2 Periods: 5 6 7 8 Teachers – please read this bulletin to your class in period 1 & 5 __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ WORD OF THE DAY MERCURIAL adj. 1. Quick and changeable in temperament; volatile: “His mercurial temperament made him difficult to work for.” GRADE 12 ASSEMBLY AND SCHOOL LEAVING CEREMONY REHEARSAL WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 21ST. Students will be called down to the large gym at the start of 2nd Period. Attendance is mandatory for all grade 12’s. Gowns, caps and important information will be distributed at the assembly. Thank you, (Mr. Genge) MUSIC CONCERT POSTPONED Unfortunately due to scheduling conflicts we have had to post pone our May 26 Jazz Band/choir/Orchestra concert. We will be holding 2 concerts on June 2 in the large gym. The first concert will begin at 6:30 (note time change) and end at approximately 7:30. This concert includes: Junior Band, Intermediate Band and Senior Band. Students have been asked to sign up for one of the set-up take down duties. Please make sure your child has signed up on line (moscropmusicdept.blogspot.ca) as we have an enormous amount of equipment to move. Concert dress is black and white and ties for Junior Band and all black for the other bands. Our second concert will begin at 8:00 and end at 9:15. Students in the first concert may leave at the conclusion of their concert, however all students in the second concert are expected to stay until the end of the concert. Our second concert includes: Choir, Jr. Jazz Band. Orchestra, Sr. Jazz Band. Tickets for both concerts are sold at the door - $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students and seniors. (If you stay for both concerts you do not have to pay twice!) Concerts are free for children 12 and under and for Moscrop music students. THANK you for your understanding Mrs. Rundell MATH CLUB Are you taking the grade 10 math provincial exam in June? Math Club is selling a specially prepared workbook in the foyer on Tuesday May 26th and Wednesday May 27. Be sure to come buy one and good luck! ATTENTION ALL GRADE 10 & 11 STUDENTS. Are you interested in going on a Spring Break Trip to Ashland, Oregon next year for their exciting annual theatre festival? Attend an important information meet at lunch on Tuesday May 26 at lunch in Mr. Adrian's room, 320. Bring your friends and lunch. See you there! GRADE 8 ANNUAL CULTUS LAKE RETREAT The retreat is happening on Thursday June 11th. Come and enjoy a day in the sun at the waterslides! Forms will be distributed in your PE classes. You can also pick up a form at the PE office. Payment & forms are due Wednesday June 3rd. Don’t miss out on this amazing trip. See Ms. McGinley if you have any questions. SERVICE HOURS - CORRECTION Final day to submit outstanding service hours for this school year is 12:00 noon, Friday, May 29. Don’t wait; please give to Ms Clements as soon as possible. Thank you. SPRING RUN FRIDAY MAY 22ND Warning Bell: 8:35 am Period 5: 8:40am - 9:40 am Period 6: 9:45 am - 10:50 am Nutrition Break: 10:50am - 11:05am Warning Bell: 10:59am Period 7: 11:05am - 12:10pm (*attendance only. Classes will be called down to the starting line*) Please remind your students: To be dressed appropriately To be mindful of the people walking around you Do not walk on the neighbors lawns Do not cut the route LUNCH: 12:10 pm - 12:55 pm Warning Bell 12:50 pm Period 7: 12:55 pm - 1:55 pm Period 8: 2:00 pm - 3:02 pm TO ALL HEADS OF CLUBS There will be an important meeting in Ms Quelch’s room (321) today, Wednesday, May 20 at lunch. (Ms. Quelch) CHAFFEY BURKE SPORTS DAY! If you want to volunteer on Friday, June 5th from 8:30a – 1:30p, please pick up a permission form from Ms. Brown in the PE Office. Commercial Painting and Decorating Ace-it Open House On Thursday, May 21, 2015 from 7 pm – 8 pm students and parents are welcome to attend the Ace-It Open House at the FTIBC Training Centre. The Painting Level 1 Class runs June 15th to July 24, 2015. Students will be able to complete all their Government Exams at the end of June and still participate in this Ace-it Program. For More information about the open house and the Ace-it Painting Program, please see Ms. Wispinski in Room 313. [email protected] 604-664-8293 SPRING BREAK TRIP 2016 Plan now for Spring Break Trip 2016 to Osaka Japan and Beijing China! Climb the Great Wall of China and see Xian China (Home of the Terracota Warriors). Email [email protected] Thank you. (Mr. Best) VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES If you are interested in volunteering, please see this list below. If you are a grade 11 or 12 Career Prep student and would like credit for volunteering, see Mrs. Dato or Ms. Wispinski in Room 313 for more information or follow the directions given. VOLUNTEER AT THE BURNABY TENNIS CLUB TOURNAMENT What: 4 – 8 hour shifts doing the following: checking in players, kitchen help, and other general help When: June 27 – July 5, 2015 plus an orientation approx. one week before Tournament hours are 8am-10pm on weekends and holidays and 4pm – 10pm on weekdays. Who: anyone who is interested! Great for 30 hour students looking to get their work experience credit. Go to room 313 to express interest. EARLS - Are you looking for a job? Interested in working in the kitchen at Earl’s Restaurants? Come to an info session at lunch on Tuesday, May 26th in room 312 and learn all about what this particular restaurant offers in terms of employment in their kitchen. All students of working age are welcome to come. No registration necessary but you can see Mrs. Dato in room 313 if you are interested or have questions. PAID SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR CAREER PREPARATION STUDENTS GOING INTO GRADE 11 OR 12 Are you a career preparation student that is organized? Self-motivated? Follows instructions well and wants to commit to working the whole summer? Apply to be a summer school student monitor at Moscrop (2 spots only). This job requires you to be available for the whole summer, so you cannot be doing summer school. Applications can be picked up from room 313, and are due June 5, 2015. You must submit a resume, your work experience evaluation form, 1 teacher reference, 1 community reference to apply. INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING TO WORK WITH PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES? What: Attend the Access Services Volunteer Training at Bonsor Recreation Complex. Get skills, knowledge and abilities to provide a successful experience for our participants with disabilities, and learn about volunteer opportunities with the City of Burnaby & Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion When: Wednesday, June 10, 6-8:30 pm How: Free! Just call Burnaby Parks and register by quoting Barcode # 360669 VOLUNTEER WITH THE BURNABY ARTS COUNCIL What: Various positions including publicity, gardening and painting, Art Gallery sitting, office administration or during special events etc. When: various times and dates depending on your interests How: pick up an application form from room 313 SEEKING VOLUNTEERS FOR THE ROYAL SOCCER CLUB THIS SUMMER What: Volunteer during Summer Soccer Camps Where: the Burnaby area (also Coquitlam, Vancouver, Surrey etc.) When: Throughout the summer : June 29 – Sept 4, can volunteer mornings, afternoons or full days for 1 + weeks Note: Paid jobs also available for those qualified to teach / coach soccer to kids age 5 to 13 years Who: Anyone who loves soccer, and wants to work with kids! How: apply at www.royalsoccer.com or pick up an application form from room 313. Grade 10 and 11 students should report volunteer commitments to room 313 to get work experience credit. BBY SCHOOL DISTRICT, INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUMMER PROGRAM VOLUNTEERS NEEDED What: Volunteer to mentor in the Summer ESL Program for International students. Meet students from around the world! When: Full days or afternoons in the summer for a minimum of 2 weeks and max of 5 weeks. July 6th to August 14th at Burnaby Mountain. Who: Must be enrolled in a regular English course with a minimum of C+ average. Seeking outgoing and sociable people interested in peer tutoring. How: Go to Room 313 and speak to a Career Advisor SHADBOLT CENTRE FOR THE ARTS What: Canada Day Celebrations, July 1st, Vancouver Symphony in the Park, July 12th, Burnaby Blues and Roots Festival, August 8th What: various volunteer positions Who: Anyone How: sign up as a volunteer at: www.myvolunteerpage.com to sign up and keep informed of opportunities. Career Prep students go to Room 313. 2015 BEACHKEEPERS PROGRAM Where: Belcarra Regional Park in Port Moody What: volunteer doing scientific crab studies on the dock, educating park visitors about intertidal creatures such as crabs and sea stars; and explaining fishing regulations and beach etiquette to park visitors. When: shifts are five hours, June 27th to September 7th on weekends and holidays. Minimum 30 hour commitment required (6 five hour shifts). Mandatory orientation sessions on June 14 and 21. Who: Must be 16 +. No prior knowledge or experience necessary. Work Experience credit available for Gr 10 or 11 students, see your Career Advisor. How: Pick up application from Room 313 and send to [email protected] DUE JUNE 6th. ARTSPACE, ARTS PROGRAM ASSISTANT / SUMMER CAMP Where: North Burnaby What: Volunteer to help the visual and performing arts instructors during children’s arts camps and during birthday parties etc. Who: Grade 10 or 11. How: Bring resume and cover letter to room 313. (Career Prep students get priority placement) DEADLINE MAY 29th CITY OF BURNABY – SUMMER CAMP VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES What: volunteer at various camps around Burnaby throughout summer How: Go to room 313 to pick up a volunteer info card and sign up on their online volunteer system Who: anyone, but if you are Grade 10 or 11 and want Career Prep or work experience credit be sure to see your Career Advisor in Room 313 WANT TO VOLUNTEER AT A BURNABY PARKS AND RECREATION SUMMER CAMP THIS SUMMER? You must attend an orientation session to be able to volunteer. THIS IS YOUR LAST OPPORUTUNITY TO ATTEND: Location Date Time Cameron Elementary Sat. May 23 12:00-2:00 pm Sign up to volunteer by creating a profile at: www.burnaby.ca/SummerVolunteers If you are Grade 10 or 11 and want Career Preparation / Work Experience credit for volunteering, come to room 313 and let us know that you have signed up.
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