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PARENT HANDBOOK

Please see John Stubbs Parent Handbook here NOTE: Any future updates/changes will be highlighted in yellow

K-12 HEALTH CHECKER APP

One of the most important factors to keeping schools safe is a daily screening for any COVID-19 symptoms, and having students and staff stay home if sick. Daily health checks continue to  be required.  To support daily screening, a new K-12 health-checker app has been developed for students and families and can be found at: K-12 Health Check (gov.bc.ca)

 
 

DOWNLOAD THE JOHN STUBBS CELL PHONE APP

A great way to ensure you are staying connected with communication from the school is by downloading the John Stubbs app.

Scan the QR code or find the app here: John Stubbs APP 

 

 
 

Westshore basketball have a couple of camps open over the holidays for children in grades 2-8, boys and girls.

South Vancouver Island Basketball Association is for girls only.

See attached posters for details.

Westshore Basketball Winter Break Camp Poster

SVIBA Camp

 
 

December 14th

Middle School Band and Choir Concert 6:00 pm Families welcome to watch.

 
 

GREATER VICTORIA RINGETTE ASSOCIATION
Save On Foods Memorial Arena
Every Sunday September – March 12:15pm – 1:15pm
C o n t a c t C o a c h L a u r a
victoriaringette@gmail.com
We are currently building the association
and welcome all ages 4+ and abilities.

Improve your skating skills
Play a team sport
Make friends
HAVE FUN!
Register today!

Ringette Info Sheet

 
 

We are looking forward to our next round of Parenting Programs!

 

Beginning this month, we have:

 

Parents Together (13-19yrs)

Tuesdays, Ongoing

Daytime 12-1:30PM

Evening 6:30-8PM

 

Parents in the Know(13-18yrs)

November 23rd-Feb 1st

Wednesday Evenings 6:30-8PM

 

Parenting Without Power Struggles(9-12yrs)

November 24th-Feb 2nd

Thursday Evenings 6:30-8PM

To register or for more information, please contact our Referral Coordinator at referrals@bgcsvi.org, or call 250.686.9122

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Please see attached revised school calendar for the 2022-23 school year.

 

Calendar 2022-23 – Revised Oct. 7, 2022 Final

 
 

Hot Lunch Ordering is Live!

  • Head to this site to register and order (Access code: JSPAC2022): https://johnstubbs.hotlunches.net/admin
  • You must register for an account each year even if you had an account last year
  • Once registered, add your students to your account and link them to a classroom
  • Menus for October-December are available to order now (Jan-Apr will be live on Dec. 1; May will be live on April 1)
  • Order deadline is 8 days prior to the hot lunch date (e.g. Deadline for Oct. 7 lunch is on Sept. 29 at 11:59pm). Deadlines are firm.
  • We need volunteers to make hot lunches a success. Sign up here if you can help out: https://signup.com/go/uvMHrZg
  • If you can only help for a short time on Friday, that’s ok! Sign up on the sheet, come and help, and we’ll find another volunteer to cover if needed
  • Questions? DM me or email me at jshotlunch@gmail.com 🙂
 
 

We have a few volunteer opportunities coming up, so if you are interested in helping, please email our PAC President, Alison Jopp at jspacpres@gmail.com

  1. Popcorn helpers. We need people to pop popcorn every Tuesday for the school year. We will train you and set you up for success, you just need to be available Tuesday mornings from around 8am to 11am. This will be a rotating schedule, so depending on how many people sign up would be how often you would help!
  2. Emergency lunch helpers. We would love some help making sandwiches for students who may need a lunch throughout the day. This is also a rotating schedule and would take about 20 minutes on the days you are scheduled. It must be done by 10am on the day you are scheduled and we will train you!
  3. Popcorn supply shopper: we need someone to hit up the Warehouse Store in Esquimalt a few times a year and purchase kernels and bags. We will provide a list and reimburse you for your purchases.
  4. Popcorn lead contact: this would require you to be available in case a scheduled helper is sick, or to provide help if a situation arises. You would be the main point of contact should a volunteer have a question, so a flexible Tuesday schedule would be ideal, but not totally necessary.

If any of these opportunities sound like a match for you, please email Alison at jspacpres@gmail.com to discuss further.

Looking forward to hearing from you! -Alison