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Day #4 Youth Camp

A video and photo compilation of day #4:

 

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Day #3 Youth Camp

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Day #2 Youth Camp

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RCMP Youth Camp 2012

The Nootka Sound RCMP Youth Camp began today at approximately 4:30pm.  This year the camp will encompass six days, with graduation on Tuesday, April 10th.

Twenty eight kids are attending the camp this year with 11 from Gold River, 3 from Tahsis, 3 from Zeballos, 3 from Powell River and 8 from Campbell River.

The kids will live, work and sweat at Gold River Secondary School while they get a taste of what RCMP Depot is like for new cadets.

Updates to come!

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VSO BBQ & Bake Sale

Gold River Secondary Students will be holding a BBQ & Bake Sale April 5th at 3:30pm to raise money for the annual Vancouver Symphony Orchestra trip.  Please come to the plaza on Thursday and support our students!

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Hall of Fame Inductee Gerald Kazanowski to speak at GRSS

Photo via Peninsula News Review

Gerald Kazanowski is an Olympian, Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee and a former student of GRSS Teacher John Levering.

Gerald is an accomplished motivational speaker, and will be discussing the subject of Goal Setting.

The public is welcome to attend.

Wednesday, April 4th 2:00pm – 3:00pm in the GRSS lobby.

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EDUCATION – A World in Change

What does the future of education look like?

This is YOUR opportunity to bring your ideas and suggestions to the table and be HEARD!

We want to hear from YOU!  Students, Parents, Teachers and Staff!

FREE lunch & Dessert!

Think outside the box, nothing is impossible:

  • -school calendar & timetables
  • -course selections
  • -classroom layouts
  • -school start and end times
  • -if you could design your own education, what would it look like?

Anything you can think of!

Be a part of the change! It’s YOUR school! You are the VOICE!

Thursday, March 8th from noon – 3:00pm in the Gold River Secondary School Gymnasium.

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Teachers’ Strike & Full Withdrawal of Services

FYI for anyone who may have missed getting this letter home:

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VSO $200 Money Tree

Second Bi-Annual VSO $200 Money Tree Raffle

$2 each or 3 for $5

Draw date April 2, 2012

Please support GRSS students when they come to your door.

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Scott Cobbe Appointed as Principal of Ray Watkins Elementary School

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Chairperson Carol Donaldson of the Board of Education for Vancouver Island West School District 84 wishes, on behalf of the Board, to announce that Scott Cobbe has been appointed as Principal of Ray Watkins Elementary School, effective August 1, 2012. Mr. Cobbe will be replacing Jim MacPherson, who is retiring after six years of excellent service to students, parents and staff.

Mr. Cobbe began his career in Creston, BC teaching at both the elementary and secondary level. He has a wide variety of teaching experiences including gifted programs, alternate programs, Japanese, Advanced Placement English, and counselling.

Scott is currently Principal of Captain Meares Elementary Secondary School in Tahsis, a position he has held since 2010. Prior to his time in SD84, Scott served as Principal of Ashcroft Elementary, Ashcroft Secondary and Gold Trail Distributed Learning in SD74 (Gold Trail).

We all look forward to working with Scott in his new role as Principal of Ray Watkins Elementary School. Congratulations and welcome to your new community!

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