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Friday's Daily Buzz


There is a Model UN meeting today at lunch in Room 9.

The first Creative Writing club meeting is today  Friday after school in Room 9.

The D & D club is meeting today at lunch in room 48. It’s an important one, as we will be choosing our campaign dates! Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience.


Basketball: If you are interested in signing up for 3on3 basketball intramurals, see the sign-up sheet on the bulletin board by the large gymnasium. The deadline is today.


This week is the Call to Action for Missing and Murdered Indigneous Girls and Women. Add your voice to the collective call to bring an end to these injustices. Reach out to your local MLA and educate yourself for change. 


We have openings for breakfast club volunteers on Monday mornings from 7:30- 8:45. You are welcome to try it out and see if this is something you would enjoy doing. Please see the office if you are interested! 


Stelly's Scholarship Club - Are you interested in learning how to access/apply for scholarship and grant opportunities, how to apply, when to start applying, including creating resumes, writing essays?   See Ms. Hackman, Ms. Lizama and Mr. Bishop for more information.  Join our Google classroom for up to date details - the code is 4lxwt46  


Homework Help is available every morning from 7:15 am to 8:30 am in room 46 and after school in the learning commons until 4 pm.


Royal Victoria Marathon Volunteer Opportunity!   The Royal Victoria Marathon is looking for Route Marshals for Sunday, October 9th from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.  The Route Marshall’s role is to ensure the participants stay on track and that any vehicle or pedestrian is informed of what is going on. If you are interested and available for this opportunity please contact Kathryn Handford at 416.371.6151


Who Can Become a Scientist?  The University of Victoria's Let's Talk Science will be putting on a virtual symposium that discusses equity, diversity, and inclusion issues in science. In this second edition, they will reflect on the traditional image of scientists and the importance of leveraging support from role models and mentors to increase diversity in STEM.  October 11, 8:45 am to 11:00 am in Room 41.   Students who are interested in joining can register by completing the form here: tps:// 

 (link can also be found in Grade level Google Classrooms and on Instagram)


Peninsula Co-op Hiring Session is Thursday, October 13 at lunch in the Career Centre.  Come hear about the benefits of working at Peninsula Co-op that extend beyond the pay cheque:  Flexible hours - Tuition assistance - Fitness memberships!


Heritage Acres and The Vancouver Island Model Engineers are hosting “The Halloween Pumpkin Express”.  They are DESPERATE!! Volunteers are needed for supervising Halloween activities, and getting props ready prior to the event!  Sunday, October 16th from 10:30-2:30, setting up graveyard ghosts, witches and games.  Friday, October 21 & Saturday, October 22 from 4:00pm-8:00pm, Sunday, October 23 from 2:00pm-6:00pm.  If interested, please email to sign up and get more information. 


Kiwanis Cafe at the Panorama Arena is looking for a couple of students!!  Starting wage $16 hr.  Required qualifications are being able to deal with 

the public in a polite and courteous manner - be a team player - able to work flexible hours (mostly weekends).  If interested, please contact: Jean @  (250) 652-8386


Mary’s Bleue Moon (9535 Canora Road, Sidney, BC) is looking for a part time dishwasher to start immediately.  The shifts would be evenings and weekends.  Experience is preferred but not required.  $15.65 hour + tips and meals. Apply in person or email

Stay Golden . . . and Maroon!

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