Tag Archive: Secondary School

Jan 17 2012

Belmont Art Displayed at Spencer

In a unique collaboation, art students at Belmont Secondary painted giant murals to hang on the walls of their previous school, Spencer Middle School. Highlighting Spencer’s hockey and dance programs, the murals add colour and pride to the hallways. Here’s an article and the story in the January 17th edition of the Goldstream Gazette. (From …

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Jan 13 2012

Belmont Soccer Academy

This video shows the great athletes in Belmont’s Soccer academy. Not only does it feature amazing students and coaches, but great production too! – Jim Cambridge

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Jan 11 2012

Westshore Centre Students in Video Conference on Anniversary of Haitian Earthquake

Today I’m with WCLT students in the board room at the district office, learning about and participating with other Canadian schools about the long term effect of this horrific disaster. Another example of our students’ sense of social responsibility and global concern. Thanks to Daphne Churchill and her staff for organizing this. -Jim Cambridge

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Dec 13 2011

Festive and Delicious Project at Westshore Annex

Students enrolled at the Westshore Annex in the First Nations Grad Program and in the Fast Forward program participated in a very interesting project this month. The students under the direction of their teachers constructed plans, took dimensions and drew to scale a replica model of the Westshore Annex. The result an accurate, to scale, …

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Dec 07 2011

Looking to Mainland Schools for Ideas

Members and Trustees of the Sooke School District are looking at new schools in the Greater Vancouver area today to see what is working and what isn’t. It is important to make sure our new schools are built with both student and community-use in mind. During the two-day trip, the group will: Tour Burnaby Central …

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Dec 05 2011

EMCS Culinary Students on “Foodie” Road Trip

Last Friday I had the opportunity to join with fourteen culinary arts students from Edward Milne Community School on one of their stops as they visited a variety of food related industries in Victoria. That morning I was working with EMCS Principal Roberta Kubik on editing questions for the McCreary Adolescence Youth survey downtown, when …

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Nov 19 2011

“It Gets Better” premiere

Today I attended the premiere of “It Gets Better”, a video produced by BC’s Representative for Children and Youth, Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond. At the film were students from EMCS and Belmont. It’s a very educational and inspirational film on harassing behaviors towards LGBT students.

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Nov 07 2011

December 1st: Belmont’s 10,000 Tonight

Prepare for a knock at your door on December 1st. Volunteers of Belmont’s 10,000 Tonight will be collecting non-perishable food items for the Goldstream Food Bank. I’m positive this year will be the best yet. Volunteers are always needed! Contact kharrington@sd62.bc.ca Check out my article about 10,000 Tonight in this month’s issue of What’s Up …

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Nov 01 2011

Video: Watch News Coverage of New Schools Announcement

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Oct 25 2011

Belmont Principal recognizes student on Video

Speaking about Grade 12 student, Ravi Parmar, Belmont Principal, Carl Repp gave an interview to British Columbia Principals’ and Vice Principals’ Association to comment on the power that students have to transform their learning. Carl told the story about Ravi- who started a petition, led a walk-out and eventually had a meeting with the Minister …

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