Daily Notices - Monday January 20th 2020

  • A friendly reminder to all staff that the Eco-Team will be picking up the grey, soft plastics recycling bins every Monday after school.  Please leave the bins outside your door at the end of the day.  Thank you!
  • Attention all Ms. Erfan’s math and science students, should you require some extra help, please feel free to drop by her room during lunch breaks any day. (R)
  • Attention ALL grade 10 students, this Friday, January 24 we will be hosting the Graduation Numeracy Assessment (GNA). All Grade 10s must write this assessment in order to graduate high school. There will be two time slots to write the GNA. Students can find their assigned time slot and computer lab location on the front windows of the office. Please bring your student Go-Card/Government ID, pencil, eraser and non-programmable calculator. No other electronics will be permitted. 
  • Good luck to jr and sr Boys basketball playing at Boyd today.
  • Both grade 8 girls and boys basketball vs Burnett- cheer on or grade 8 boys at 3:30 in the large gym
  • Jr girls playing are at the Burnaby south tournament.
  • Looking for service hours - help score keeping from the 27 January to Feb 2.  See Mr. Leithamn in the PE office.
  • Yearbook is having a LOCKER decorating competition next week to celebrate Palmer’s 60th birthday on January 23rd.  Sign up in the lounge on the rolling board to participate.  There will be 5 categories and 5 fabulous prizes to be won (including a free yearbook and 4 footloose tickets).  Lets see those “Birthday” lockers!!
  • Attention ELL level 5 students:There is a meeting on this Wednesday, January 22nd. It’s time to write another essay in class. Please come to Room 203, Mr. Rikukawa’s class.  You can choose either lunch time or after school. This is mandatory. You must come to the meeting. See you in Room 203 Wednesday.
  • Interested in learning how to work for the Canadian Coast Guard?  Come to a Canadian Coast Guard College Information session today at lunch in the library.  The Canadian Coast Guard college provides free officer training in a 4 year program.
  • Attention Students from grades 10 to 12!  You are invited to attend a presentation to learn about the Port of Vancouver Leadership Program. Students have the opportunity to train and to achieve 100 volunteer hours at various events across the Lower Mainland from March to December and to receive a $1000 bursary for successfully completing the leadership program. This presentation will take place on Thursday, JAN. 23/20 in the LIBRARY during LUNCH.
  • Dry Grad are selling samosas during lunch on Friday, come out and grab some for your lunch!
  • It's that time of the year when Palmer hosts its very own hip hop dance competition, Footloose. Footloose will take place on Friday, February 28. Tickets are available for purchase from the office or any dance squad member for $10 each. Footloose is a presale event only, tickets are NOT available at the door.  Don't hesitate, we sell out every year!