Student Notices - Jan. 23, 2023
We would like to begin by acknowledging and thanking the First Peoples of the Hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ language groups on whose traditional and unceded territories we teach, learn and live.
Attention Cambie Artists: Did you have an amazingly strange paper mache "Crazy Taxidermy" project adorning the halls of B wing? If so, please claim from Ms. Foster by the end of the day this Thursday. Unclaimed animal projects will be retired to the comfort of the gentle, rolling savanna...just kidding - they are headed for a recycling depot to be violently ground into a pulp...you don't want that, do you? See Ms. Foster ASAP...and save her from being trolled by angry, paper mache rights groups!
A huge congratulations goes out to both the grade 8 girls and boys basketball teams for their success at the Khalsa tournament this past weekend. The girls fought hard for a wonderful comeback to capture second place. Their defence was on point, making their press difficult to beat. Well done ladies! The boys also found success with an unbreakable trap and unstoppable offence, allowing them to capture first place. They may not have size, but they sure have speed and heart. Congratulations goes out to Jasroop, Tyson and Jayden for receiving player of the game awards. Come out and support the grade 8 boys as they take on McRoberts, after school today.
Attention all grade 11s and 12s! Wednesday, January 25th is last day to purchase your Winter formal tickets in-person! Grad Council will be selling tickets in the rotunda at Lunch. Admission to this fun-filled event is $75 and can also be purchased through SchoolCashOnline. Can’t wait to see you all on the dance floor!
Bell Let’s Talk Day, January 25, The Mental Health Promotion Club at Cambie is joining in to help create positive change. We’re sharing actions that we can all do to help create positive change and improve our own mental health and the lives of people struggling with mental health issues. Today’s action is helping a friend struggling with mental health issues by learning ways to support them. Sometimes friends might not feel well enough to speak up for themselves. You can help by offering support, going with them to the guidance counsellor, encouraging them to call Kids Help Phone, or by simply listening. If you want to learn more about how to support someone who is struggling with their mental health, see your counsellor today!
Chanpreet Bhanwar in grade 10, please come to the library to claim your Reading Riot prize.