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Stelly's Daily Buzz - February 7, 2024

Stelly's Daily Buzz - February 7, 2024


Wednesday, February 7th, 2024

Cafeteria Menu


The Stelly's Scavenger Hunt continues! Come in to the main office for your form and information on what you’re searching for. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Washington. There are still prizes up for grabs!

For Black History Month Spirit Day today, please "Dress Your Grade" - Grade 12 & Staff wear Black, Grade 11 wear Red, Grade 10 wear Green, and Grade 9 wear Yellow.

Strengthening Connections Indigenous Post-Secondary Fair is happening in the Learning Commons at lunch today. All Indigenous students are invited to join for lunch and presentations on programs and opportunities at BC post-secondary institutions.

Candy Grams will be on sale at lunch starting this Thursday, going until Tuesday the 13th. 

Book Club will be meeting on Thursday at lunch in room 46. Hope to see you there!

Teenage Sexual Health - Parent Info Night > Island Health's Jennifer Gibson presents an informative discussion about being an approachable adult, Thursday February 29th 7:00pm to 8:30pm in the Stelly’s MPR. It’s a free event, however, registration is encouraged for attendance. (To register, click on link here)


February 8 - Semester 1 report cards distributed electronically at 3pm

February 12 - Course Selection Grade-Wide Assemblies 

February 13 - Grade 9 Immunizations

February 13 - PAC Meeting

February 16 - Pro-D Day (school not in session)

February 19 - Family Day (school not in session)

February 21 - Early Dismissal at 2:05pm

February 21 - Parent Info Night / Course Selection


3 vs 3 Basketball intramurals return today at lunch! Teams are to meet in the large gym at lunch.

Are you interested in playing rugby? Jr and Sr Boys are meeting TODAY after school on the back field. Come check it out!

GRAD 2024

Grad Spirit Week continues Thursday where the theme is ‘Moms vs Dads’ and Friday is ‘Anything but a backpack’. Today, we will recognize our Black History Month Spirit Day by “Dressing your Grade” which is black.

UVic is still accepting undergraduate applications for September 2024 for most programs. Check the EducationPlannerBC website to see if your program is still open and submit your application as soon as possible.

Stelly’s Parent Dry Grad Bottle Drive is happening on Saturday February 24th from 9am to 12pm! See you there!


Today is the day!  Anna from Homewood/Ravensview is here at lunch in the Career Centre to chat about the various career opportunities available at Ravensview, a local, private treatment centre for mental health and addictions. From social workers, support workers, cultural knowledge keepers to occupational therapists and nurses - come learn from Anna about all of the various rewarding careers. That's today at lunch in the Career Centre.

Also - if you're looking for part time work, come print your resume and cover letter so you have it ready for the Butchart Gardens Job Fair TONIGHT from 5:30pm-7:30pm. The Gardens offers competitive wages, a flexible schedule, a welcoming and inclusive environment and more! It's a free event at the Gardens tonight at 5:30. Good luck!

Check the Career Ed website or Career Board for more info!

A message from Peninsula Track & Field Club:

Did you know Peninsula Track and Field Club is the only youth running club in Saanich and the Peninsula? In the past two years we have grown, and we offer a strong program for teenagers that suits both those who are new to athletics as well as highly competitive athletes. Registration is now open! We expect the spots to fill up fast, so please encourage your students to register if they are interested. Registration is available at: Financial Aid is available. Athletes will be introduced to: sprints, hurdles, relays, race walk, shot put, javelin, long jump, high jump & competition/meets. Our training program gives those ages 9-19 the opportunity to develop physical literacy, speed, and fitness, learn Track & Field specific skills, make friends and exercise in a supportive environment, attend track meets if they wish, and compete in alignment with the LONG TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT (LTAD) pathway. See photos at

   Stay Golden . . . and Maroon!