Student Notices - Jan.24, 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.
Ni men hao! Hi Cambie Students, I bet you see red lanterns and greetings everywhere you go. Let’s learn some information about Lunar New Year. Lunar New Year is an extremely important day for Chinese Culture, as they eat a big feast with family. Chinese celebrates New Year for fifteen days. Some famous phrases you can say to celebrate Chinese New Year are Gōng xǐ fā cái, which means "Wishing you great prosperity" or you can say Xīn nián kuài lè, which means "Happy New Year!" Thanks for your attention and have a great year of the rabbit!
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 daythis 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!
To all grade 10 and 11 students...are you interested in starting a college program while in high school and having your tuition paid? You and your parents are invited to join the SD38 Career Programs Zoom info meeting on Wednesday (January 25th) from 6:30-7:30pm. Your parents were recently emailed the Zoom link and password. It's also on the slat board in or near your counselling area. Come and hear about trades training, Manufacturing and Engineering, Early Childhood Education and more...!
A reminder to grade 11 and 12 students to check the Career Centre Website Calendar often for date-specific post-secondary events and scholarship information! On the school homepage, scroll down under the Student's Tab to the Career Centre link. See Ms. Millar if you have any questions.
Attention all grade 11s and 12s! Wednesday, January 25this 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!
On Bell Let’s Talk Day, January 25, The Mental Health Promotion Club at Cambie will be joining in to help createpositive change for mental health.This morning we’re sharing with you another action we can all take to help create positive change.Nurturing your own well-being by practicing and learning mental health strategies: listen to your mind and body; ask for help and take some time if you are struggling or feeling overwhelmed. You might take a walk, reach out to a friend, or talk to a teacher. Remember it’s okay to not be okay.
Chanpreet Bhanwar in grade 10, please come to the library to claim your Reading Riot prize.