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Student Notices - Feb. 12, 2020

Good morning Cambie, it’s Wellness Wednesday and here is your announcement. Many of the people in your life can provide social support. These can include your parents, siblings, other family members, friends, co-workers, neighbours, and sometimes even strangers. Different people in your life may provide different kinds of support, so it's unlikely that one person can provide all the support you need. Support comes in many different ways, two of the ways are...

Sharing points of view. Some people help by sharing their point of view on a particular situation, or sharing how they might handle a situation. When you share points of view, you can develop a better understanding of a situation and the best way to handle it. For example, if you tell a friend about difficulties you are having with your group members working on a project, she may offer a point of view you hadn’t considered. This may help you to better address the situation with your group members.

The second way is Sharing Information. It can be very helpful when family, friends or even experts give factual information about a particular situation. For example, a friend who recently graduated from high school might provide information on your course planning, or a cancer survivor might provide information on different types of cancer treatments. If you wish to learn more about the ways you can support yourself or someone in need, please visit www.mentalhealth.org.

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Attention London-Paris travelers – this is a friendly reminder that y our waiver forms are due by the end of the day on Thursday, February 13th.  They must be given to either Mme Masaki or Ms. Faryon.

Attention all Art Clubbers!  Please take note and remember that yearbook will be taking a group picture and Art trade has been extended to Thursday, Feb. 13th.  Attendance is MANDATORY!  Thank you.

Hey Cambie students! Come and participate in Cambie's Reading Riot: Richmond's Teen Readers' Choice Award for 2019-2020. It's easy to join!  Just register in the library.  There are 9 books in total.  Read and rate as many as you can by April 30th.  Every Friday, a ballet is drawn and one participant wins a prize, so come and join in on the fun!