Hey Cambie, it’s Wellness Wednesday, and here are your announcements! A good way to stay motivated is to try new things. The right amount of exercise is different for everyone – remember to listen to your body. It’s important to enjoy yourself and any type of activity that gets you moving is great! For example:
- Join a volleyball or basketball team
- Learn yoga
- Try boxing or karate
- Look for workout videos online
- Or take a jog around your local park
Discover your hidden athletic talent or interests! Remember, exercise doesn't have to be boring, and you're more likely to stick with an activity if you're having fun.
For more information on how you can improve your sleeping habits, visit foundrybc.ca, or see Ms. Wilding in the counselling centre.
Hello, all Cambie volunteers and people who have done service in the school. We value and recognize all the hard work many of you contributed to the school all year long while we are in a pandemic. Thank you for all of your support. In honour of that, there is a google form available for students who have volunteered to receive a service award for 25, 50, or 100 hours of in-school extracurricular service. You can find a QR code on the StuCo Instagram page @cambiestuco, or scan the QR code provided by your teachers. The deadline to apply is THIS FRIDAY. If you have any questions please reach out to Amrit Singh or Jeannie Huang. Remember to always be kind and lend a helping hand.
Hello Cambie Students. There are still a number of students who haven't returned textbooks from quarters 1-3. Please return these to Mrs. Kos in the library as soon as possible. Also, many students now have overdue library books. This is a reminder that all library books are due this Friday, June 18th. Please return all library books in order to avoid paying lost charges.
Now that a Grade 12 has won the car, all students still have a chance to win a prize. All instructions are posted on the car window in the Rotunda. Multiple entries are allowed and the closing date is June 25th.
Hello Cambie students! Peace Club is hosting a loony toonie drive from Tuesday, June 15th to Monday, June 21st to support the Indigenous Friendship Society in Kamloops. After hearing about the tragedy of the 215 residential school students, we want to show our support. All donations collected will be going toward helping the society build a new centre in Kamloops that will deliver services and programs for urban Indigenous people, residential school survivors and more. They also need the funding to create more affordable housing for elders, single mothers and Indigenous families. There will be a small envelope in each classroom for collecting your donations.