Stuff the Bus Campaign:
On Friday Santa came for a visit, arriving in a BC transit bus! He and his elves collected the donations provided by the John Stubbs Community for the Stuff the Bus campaign. Thank you to all the families that could donate food, money or toys. It was a huge success and we collected enough food to fill the back of the transit bus! While waiting for Santa to arrive, all the elementary school students sang Christmas songs – it was fantastic to hear so many voices singing together! Bravo tout-le-monde!
On Thursday, December 17th, the PAC Elves will be serving cookies and hot chocolate to all students and staff in the middle school foyer.
Students please bring a mug for the hot chocolate. Parents stay tuned for cookie donation and volunteer sign up sheet.
For all parents who are interested, we will be hosting the following information sessions:
For Kindergarten parents with children who were born in 2011, and starting school in September 2016, there will be an information session on Monday, January 11th, 2016, at 6:30pm at John Stubbs in the Learning Commons on the 2nd floor.
For parents with children going into Grade 6 in September 2016 who are interested in Late French Immersion, there will be an information session on Thursday, January 21st, at 6:30 pm at John Stubbs in the Learning Commons on the 2nd floor.
John Stubbs will be supporting a Food Drive to support vulnerable families in our community. We are teaming up with BC Transit to try and “Stuff the Bus” full of non-perishable food items that will be dispersed to families in need over the holidays.
We would like each classroom to “adopt” a family and help to make their Christmas a little brighter. We can do this by providing non-perishable food items for the family. Please bring your donations to the school by December 10th! Boxes will be placed in each classroom. Any family able to supply a large box in which to place food collected in the classroom, please bring it or send it in on Monday.
Santa and some of his elves will visit the school on the morning of Friday December 11th, arriving on a BC transit bus dressed up like Rudolf.
Noon Hour Supervision Assistants:
These are school district paid positions, whereby adults are hired to assist schools in supervising students. Qualified candidates must be a holder of a valid Standard First Aid Certificate or willing to get it at their earliest possible convenience. The hourly rate of pay is $21.34.
If you think you might be interested in applying, please complete a nonteaching application form which you can obtain from the school district website at www.sd62.bc.ca and forward it to:
Dawn Coughlin at the School Board Office, 3143 Jacklin Road, Victoria, BC, V9B 5R1, email@example.com.
To all the scientists in our school: the Mad Science class that was missed on Tuesday November 17 due to the school closure will be replaced at the end of the sessions. No lesson will be lost. Put it in your calendar.
The most up to date Hand Ball schedule has been posted under Extracurricular Activities. Girls Jamboree is Wednesday Nov. 25th and Boys Jamboree is Thursday Nov. 26th. Both Jamboree’s take place at Royal Bay High School.
This is an important message to let you know that there was an error on the school calendar. Early dismissal on Thursday November 19th is at 11:48 am and not 11:15.
The purpose for early dismissal is to allow for Parent teacher interviews. If you have not yet scheduled your interview please follow the attached instructions and go to the link provided.
The online appointments will close on November 17th at 4pm. If you need to change your appointment after the 17th please contact your child’s teacher directly.