Sunday, January 14, 2018
Beautiful take me outside day today! Our week!
Monday, Jan. 15-Monday! Monday!
Tuesday, Jan. 16-Strong Start
Wednesday, Jan. 17-Reading Challenge begins*
Thursday, Jan. 18-Strong Start
Friday, Jan. 19-Take Me Outside Day-Skating at KDAA-meet/greet our JVH penpals.
*We will be starting a new Reading Challenge. This year’s focus is not on how many minutes one reads but about understanding the story. We will be choosing some books to read and answer three questions to check for understanding. ❓
*Our new Science unit is Reaction Science. Please send an old large T-shirt for the students to wear. Who knows what we might be cooking up!⚗
*Parents are welcome to join our skating this week. We will be going to JVH after to have lunch and chat with our penpals!
*In the newsletter this week, I will be sending out a form for Fort Steele. I need to know how many students and parents will be attending to ensure it is worth going.
H20 skiers. Ms. Wiens will be sending the form out this week. As skiing is early this year, please return them with the bulk of the payment ASAP. Whitewater neeeds the forms soon.
Have an awesome week!
It’s that time again… Drop In Shinny & Pizza for youth ages 12 – 18yrs on Friday January 26th, 7 to 9 PM
$5 Sign Up fee!
Sign Up at JVH – Tuesday January 23rd with Shannon at the picnic tables.
If you live up the lake and require transportation you must complete a Van Usage – Youth Waiver form, to obtain a copy email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Province is conducting a review of the professional reliance model of the natural resource sector to ensure the highest professional, technical and ethical standards are being applied to resource development in British Columbia.
This provincial review will make recommendations on whether:
- Whether professional associations that oversee qualified professionals (QPs) employ best practices to protect the public interest;
- Whether government oversight of professional associations is adequate; and
- Conditions governing the involvement of QPs in government’s resource management decisions and the appropriate level of government oversight to assure the public their interests are protected.
Feedback collected from citizens, stakeholders, QPs and users of QPs will be considered, along with findings from a review of current legislation and best practices in other jurisdictions. After the public feedback process closes on January 19, 2018, the government will analyze the results and make a summary report available to the public.
Follow the link for Stakeholders to submit a formal submission and read the submissions from various organizations.
Daybreak South (CBC radio) based out of Kelowna, will be accepting your info and stories about upcoming events put on by groups in the southern interior listening area.
To leave a message, (then speak with one of the radio hosts for more info), call and leave your info at: 1-888-662 6628. Leave the Who, What, Where, When, Why of your event and Chris or his coworkers will call you back for a mini interview. The more interesting and intriguing you can be the better, in terms of what your event is about, etc.