Daily Notices - Friday June 18th 2021

In the 2021/2022 school year the Richmond RCMP will be hosting a Youth Academy to provide a select number of Grade 11 and 12 Richmond students with a unique, first hand experience with policing. Stay tuned as more information about the application process will be available in early September at: http://careerprograms.sd38.bc.ca and @sd38careers (Twitter/Instagram) ​

 

Student Council elections are here! Please see candidate speeches posted on the Palmer website. At the end of the video is a QR code and students vote online. Students will have to enter an email address to ensure they only vote once. Only students in the co-responding grade can vote for their grade rep. Voting closes at 3pm on Friday. If you have any issues with voting, please see Ms. Dhanoa.

 

This is a reminder for everyone to return your library books by June 21. All items that are not returned will be marked lost, and you'll be required to pay the replacement fee

 

All grade 8-11 students, please note the following message from the Counselling department:You will receive a paper copy of next year’s schedule on Tuesday 22nd.  Many changes are still happening on our end.  We will contact you ahead of time if there are any major issues; please be patient and wait until next week.  Once you receive your schedule, you will have 2 days to report any errors.

 

Do you identify as LGBTQ2S+ or as an ally? Maybe you're questioning or just want to know more?  Come join us for a safe space and a snack in the drama room today at lunch. Please wear your mask.

 

Eco Team here. Eco team’s executive applications for the 2021-2022 school year are due on June 25th. Apply if you’re interested in making an impact within your school community. Good luck to all. Link is in the bio.

 

In light of recent of events, we have decided to share 21 things you can do to support reconciliation, as we approach National Indigenous People’s Day. Here is day 17: Use Strong Stories – a Bundle of 48 Indigenous Books for Elementary Students. This is a collection of 48 books for elementary students which share Indigenous stories and knowledge from across Canada. They offer students information and ideas for connecting more deeply with the land. Written, published and illustrated by Indigenous people from across Canada, this collection offers a wealth of knowledge from a variety of perspectives. Please note we are only offering this as a set right now as a way of encouraging the exposure of students to a broader range of cultures and stories from across Canada. Purchase yours today using this link https://outdoorlearningstore.ca/product/strong-stories/