Woodhaven
Middle School (5–9)

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Announcements September 28

 

Woodhaven Volleyball starts this week. There will be 2 cohort groups, a senior group (grade 8 & 9 students) and a junior group (grade 6 & 7 students). Parents have received an email about this if you have signed up.

The volleyball practices this week include:

  • Junior volleyball cohort Tuesday & Thursday 3:15-4:30pm
  • Senior volleyball cohort Wednesday 3:15-4:30pm
 

If you have Textbooks or Library books from last year please bring them back to the school As Soon As Possible. Notices have gone home so we might get the fee for a replacement or the items back.
Please check under your bed, you’d be surprised what you might find. 

Picture Day is Thursday, October 1st

Our school Terry Fox run is happening this week, on Wednesday Sept. 30th. Please remember you can donate to the cause with one of our Online donation options (powerschool or Terry Fox Foundation Website). Here is a special message from Mr. Bock’s favorite TSN sports reporter, Bob Mackenzie talking about Terry Fox... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDhgo1legWg

Orange Shirt Day is observed annually on September 30th to honour Residential School Survivors and their families, and to remember those who did not make it. It was initially envisioned as a way to keep the conversations going about all aspects of Residential Schools in Williams Lake and the Cariboo Region of British Columbia, Canada. It has now expanded into a movement across Canada and beyond.Orange Shirt Day was inspired by the story of a Residential School Survivor named Phyllis Webstad. When Phyllis was six years old she went to an Indian Residential School for the first time wearing a brand new “shiny orange shirt” bought by her Grandmother. When she arrived at the school her shirt was taken away, never to be worn again.