Parents/Guardians of Sicamous schools are invited to attend a parent information event hosted by School District No. 83. The focus of the event will be the redesigned curriculum. There will be a presentation, followed by an opportunity for discussion.
The event will take place at Eagle River Secondary on Thursday, April 25th, at 6:00 pm.
Good morning everyone,
We have a lot happening at the school between now and the end of next week. Here is an overview:
Monday, March 4th:
–Connections Week – Parents can expect communication home from teachers as to the progress of their child(ren) at school. This may come in the form of an email, a phone call or a document being sent home.
-PAC Breakfast and Pizza Day
-Rotary free lunch and Grade 7/8 Basketball Zones (start at 3:00 pm) – ERS will play 4 games!
-HUB Lunch, Yoga in the morning and Ski Trip to Silverstar
-Grade 7/8s to Thompson Rivers University (TRU) to compete in spaghetti bridge and gravity car competitions and Logan and Cassidy will be competing in the Welding Skills Canada Competition!
Monday, March 11:
-Spirit Week: 50s Day
-Free Soup at lunch
-Spirit Week: Western Day
-PAC breakfast and pizza at lunch, Grade 7/8s to Wildlife Park and Staff-Student Ice Hockey Game (7 pm) – sign up in office if you haven’t done so already!
–-Spirit Week: Hawaiian Day
-Rotary free lunch
–CAFE MURDER production at 6 pm at ERS (tickets available in the office)
-Spirit Week: Formal Day
-Yoga, HUB Lunch and CAFE MURDER production at 6 pm at ERS (tickets available in the office)
-Spirit Week: St. Patrick’s Day (wear green)
-Last day before Spring Break
Please refer to the information below on a parent information session on Wednesday, February 6th regarding the BC K-12 Curriculum.
Attached is our end of semester schedule. Please note that Monday, January 28th is a semester turn around day. Students are not in attendance on that day. Semester 2 starts on Tuesday, January 29th.
Students in Grades 9-12 will register for learning centres outside of the office (on sheets of paper). Grade 7 and 8 students will remain in their assigned classes. Students are encouraged to work in learning centres that will best support their learning.