Now that report cards have been emailed, we hope that you will review your child’s learning and achievement and join us on Thursday evening for interviews. Teachers will be available to discuss your child’s progress from 5 to 7 in the gym at SHSS. Students are encouraged to attend with their parents. We will have an early dismissal from school on that day with buses running from 12:50 on. If you have any questions about the interviews or accessing your child’s report card, please call the school @ 250.365.7735.
The SHSS Social Justice League invites you…
Castlegar Citizens Concerned about the Climate Crisis is hosting a rally to be in solidarity with global communities asking for strong climate action at the UN Climate Conference in Paris and beyond. The rally will be held on November 29th 2015 at 2pm at Millennium Park. We hope to demonstrate to politicians at all levels of government that we care about the climate crisis.
We will be featuring local speakers, political leaders, musicians, and more! Hot beverages will be available to keep everyone warm and we will end with a candlelit ceremony. An optional Climate March will be gathering at 1pm at City Hall and leaving towards Millennium Park at precisely 1:30pm. Signs and banners are encouraged!
Thank you to our sponsors: Kootenay Ecosociety, Citizen’s Climate Lobby, KRUNA, Castlegar United Church, SHSS Social Justice League, Kootenay Food Strategy Society, and Native Plant Committee.
Basketball season is about to commence. Anyone interested in playing please sign up online (use the Athletics tab and choose basketball) or see Mr. Mason for the sign up sheets.
Special thanks to City of Castlegar, Castlegar & District Heritage Society’ Castlegar Fire Department’ Trowelex, Kootenay Centre Cinemas, The Goat, Kootenay Market, Safeway, No Frills, Corrine Tamelin, Deb McIntosh, and Takaia Larsen.
There is no collaboration time scheduled for Monday November 2nd. Our next collaboration day will be November 9th. Sorry for any misunderstanding.
Saturday, November 21, 2015 at the Willi Kraus Fieldhouse in Trail. 12:30 – 1:30 ages 4-10; 1:45 – 2:45 ages 11-15.
Come and try box lacrosse, the fastest game on two fee, and the fastest growing sport in Canada! This free camp is an opportunity for youth to try Canada’s national game. Camp participants must bring gym strip, good running shoes, a hockey helmet with cage and hockey or lacrosse gloves.