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Interested in the Belmont Spring Break Trip to NYC & London?  There is an information meeting on Monday, October 3rd @ 6:30 pm in the Learning Commons!  See you there!

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Team info meeting and tryouts Sept 7 & 8 @ 3:30 – 4:40 pm and Sept 9 at 2:30 – 3:30 pm.  Please meet in rom B210.  Please come all three days.  No experience necessary, male or female, grades 9 – 12 are all welcome.  Please wear comfortable workout clothes and proper running shoes.  For more information please contact Rachael Sandberg at rsandberg@sd62.bc.ca or in room B210.  Thanks!

 

 
 

We will be accepting new registration starting Monday, August 29th.  To make the process go as smoothly as possible, please make sure you have all the documents outlined in the registration package.  The last version of “This week in the Dog House” has great startup information:

Parent Instructions for Student Registration – Sept. 2016

NEW Registration Form for Belmont

The last version of TWDH

 
 

Provincial Exam results available online – https://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams/tsw/tsw/student/

 
 
Check out the Belmont Website Daily Announcements and the Career Centre Information for the many volunteer opportunities available to students.  Volunteer hours can be used for the required grad transitions hours.
  • Reminder to Students:   Parking is available for students in General Parking ONLY spots 126-156 or in the lower parking, please do not use VIHA, Staff or Daycare parking.
  • Lakeside Café will be offering food choices on Wednesdays starting October 12th at lunch time.  The first menu item is Nachos. Stay tuned for the following Wednesday options.
  • Spring Break Adventure 2017!  Belmont students are invited to come join us  for 10-12 days in New York, London & Paris as we explore the sights, sounds, and tastes of three of the most culturally historic and significant cities in the world! Information meeting Monday, October 3rd, 2016 at 6:30 PM in Belmont’s Library Learning Commons for those who could not make it to our spring meetings. It’s still not too late to sign up. Mr. Chan and Mr. Morrison will be presenting the itinerary, expectations and associated costs.

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  • Part time Job: TNT Paintball Inc. in Metchosin is hiring casual, part-time employees who are 16 years old and older, physically fit and a willingness to learn.  Please see the Career Centre for more information.
  • SOLDIER FOR A DAY   November 5th, 2016 Saturday 9.00 -4.00pmJoin the fun, you will have an interactive introduction into the various career opportunities available in the Canadian Armed Forces with a focus on the Army Reserve, This is an event where you learn unique tactics and training. Sign up and pick up your application form in the Career Centre.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Announcements Sept. 27th, 2016
Check out the Belmont Website Daily Announcements and the Career Centre Information for the many volunteer opportunities available to students.  Volunteer hours can be used for the required grad transitions hours
  • The Belmont swim team sign up sheet is in the office. We will be swimming at the YMCA on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45-4:45pm. Starting September 27th. Select the Swim channel on the Belmont app.
  • Reminder to Students:   Parking is available for students in General Parking ONLY spots 126-156 or in the lower parking, please do not use VIHA or Daycare parking..
  • Grade 11 and 12 students: The Canadian Universities Event (CUE) is being hosted at Royal Bay Secondary TODAY, Sept 27th during D block. This is a great opportunity for students to talk to admission recruiters from universities across the country. Students participating in this event will be expected to complete an assignment geared at gathering pertinent information.
  • Because of the tight timeline for organizing this event students are asked to sign up in the counselling suite as soon as possible. There are only 50 seats available; first come, first served pending teacher permission from D block.
  • Lakeside Café will be offering food choices on Wednesdays starting October 12th at lunch time.  The first menu item is Nachos. Stay tuned for the following Wednesday options.
  • Model UN will meet on Wednesday, September 28th at lunch in Rm B211 to discuss VicMun taking place at the University of Victoria in October – Ms. Amado.
  • Work Experience 12 course.  Students whohave seen Nicholson and who have received paperwork for the Work Experience 12 course credits must return the Orientation Package and the Agreement/Training Plan by Wednesday, September 29, 2016 to ensure enrollment  in the course.
Sports
  • Come out and watch our BC Number 1 ranked Senior Girls Volleyball team play Brentwood (# 7 in BC) in an exhibition match this Thursday at 4:00 PM.  After that, the first ever college match held at Belmont will be VIU versus Camosun at 6:00 PM.  This is a chance to see some high level volleyball for free of charge.
  • The Belmont Junior Girls Volleyball teams had a very successful start to their 2016 season.  The Blue team went undefeated going 6-0 beating Stellys, Royal Bay and Reynolds while the White team went 4 and 2.  Good work ladies!
Career Centre
  • Part time Job: TNT Paintball Inc. in Metchosin is hiring casual, part-time employees who are 16 years old and older, physically fit and a willingness to learn.  Please see the Career Centre for more information
  • SOLDIER FOR A DAY November 5th, 2016 Saturday 9.00 -4.00pm. Join the fun, you will have an interactive introduction into the various career opportunities available in the Canadian Armed Forces with a focus on the Army Reserve, This is an event where you learn unique tactics and training. Sign up and pick up your application form in the Career Centre.
  • Information Session at Belmont.   Great Opportunity on Tuesday September 27, come and greet The 39 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters at lunch time in the Front Foyer, you can find out more information about the Soldier for a Day and the career opportunities with the Army Reserve in BC.
 
 
Check out the Belmont Website Daily Announcements and the Career Centre Information for the many volunteer opportunities available to students.  Volunteer hours can be used for the required grad transitions hours.
  • The Belmont swim team sign up sheet is in the office. We will be swimming at the YMCA on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45-4:45pm. Starting September 27th. Select the Swim channel on the Belmont app.
  • PACE Christmas Show  Rehearsals for the PACE Christmas show begin this Sunday at the Isabelle Reader Theatre at Spencer School.  New students are welcome. Grade 4-6 from 1-2 p.m.  Grades 7-12 from 2-5 p.m.
  • Recycling for the A and C wing will be done in the afternoons on Monday and WednesdayRecycling for the B and D wing will be done in the afternoons onTuesdays and Thursday’s.  Please have your recycling outside your classroom door right after lunch on these days.
  • Grade 11 and 12 students: The Canadian Universities Event (CUE) is being hosted at Royal Bay Secondary on Tuesday, Sept 27th during D block. This is a great opportunity for students to talk to admission recruiters from universities across the country. Students participating in this event will be expected to complete an assignment geared at gathering pertinent information.  Because of the tight timeline for organizing this event students are asked to sign up in the counselling suite as soon as possible. There are only 50 seats available; first come, first served pending teacher permission from D block.
  • Lakeside Café will be offering food choices on Wednesdays starting October 5th at lunch time.  The first menu item is Nachos. Stay tuned for the following Wednesday options.
  • Model UN will meet on Wednesday, September 28th at lunch in Rm B211 to discuss VicMun taking place at the University of Victoria in October – Ms. Amado.
  • Want to get involved in Event Entertainment at Belmont? The next meeting is TODAY Monday at lunch in Mr. Grainger’s room B222. Come check it out and see what it’s all about!
  • Work Experience 12 course.  Students whohave seen Nicholson and who have received paperwork for the Work Experience 12 course credits must return the Orientation Package and the Agreement/Training Plan by Wednesday, September 29, 2016 to ensure enrollment  in the course
Sports
  • “Big congratulations to the Senior Girls Volleyball Team who went undefeated (6-0) at the prestigious UBC Invitational Tournament this weekend playing elite teams from around the province. Belmont are now the #1 ranked team in B.C.! Team members: Savannah Purdy, Hannah May, Gracie May, Taylee Pomponio, Sydney Belton, Miranda Cyr, Olivia Godek, Atessa Flammand, Devon Woolley, Jocelyn Sherman, and Kendra West.”
  • The first official BC Chess Federation junior chess tournament of the season – 2016 BC Provincial Junior Championship – is happening at Lansdowne Centre in Richmond in the Remembrance Day long weekend, Nov. 11th – 13th, 2016. This is an excellent opportunity for juniors to meet over a chessboard, enhance their chess skills and make new friends in the spacious tournament halls. The chess event is organized by the Chess2Inspire Association (non-profit registration #S-0062213) on behalf of the BC Chess Federation. We are a 100% volunteer base, registered non-profit organization, promoting chess to kids in BC through public libraries, elementary schools and tournaments. This chess event is open to all kids in BC. Please see the info below: Details of the event: http://chess2inspire.org/bc-junior-championship-tournament-2016 Event Flyer: http://chess2inspire.org/files/2016%20BC%20Junior%20Championship%20Flyer%20v1.pdf
  • Congratulations to the Junior Girls Blue Volleyball team as they went 4 and 1 in their season opening tournament at Dover Bay.  The team will also be hosting the second annual Belmont tournament this Friday and Saturday.  Start time is 11:30 AM Friday and all day Saturday. Come out and watch our Number 1 ranked Senior Girls Volleyball team play Brentwood (# 7 in BC) in an exhibition match Thursday at 4:00 PM.  After that, the first ever college match held at Belmont will be VIU versus Camosun at 6:00 PM.  This is a chance to see some high level volleyball for free of charge.
Career Centre
  • Part time Job: TNT Paintball Inc. in Metchosin is hiring casual, part-time employees who are 16 years old and older, physically fit and a willingness to learn.  Please see the Career Centre for more information.
  • SOLDIER FOR A DAY  November 5th, 2016 Saturday 9.00 -4.00pm   Join the fun, you will have an interactive introduction into the various career opportunities available in the Canadian Armed Forces with a focus on the Army Reserve, This is an event where you learn unique tactics and training. Sign up and pick up your application form in the Career Centre
  • Information Session at Belmont. Great Opportunity on Tuesday September 27, come and greet The 39 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters at lunch time in the Front Foyer, you can find out more information about the Soldier for a Day and the career opportunities with the Army Reserve in BC
 
 
Announcements Sept. 23rd, 2016
Check out the Belmont Website Daily Announcements and the Career Centre Information for the many volunteer opportunities available to students.  Volunteer hours can be used for the required grad transitions hours.
  • The Belmont swim team sign up sheet is in the office. We will be swimming at the YMCA on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45-4:45pm. Starting September 27th. Select the Swim channel on the Belmont app.
  • PACE Christmas Show  Rehearsals for the PACE Christmas show begin this Sunday at the Isabelle Reader Theatre at Spencer School. New students are welcome. Grade 4-6 from 1-2 p.m.  Grades 7-12 from 2-5 p.m.
  • Recycling for the A and C wing will be done in the afternoons on Monday and Wednesday. Recycling for the B and D wing will be done in the afternoons on Tuesdays and Thursday’s.  Please have your recycling outside your classroom door right after lunch on these days.
  • Grade 11 and 12 students: The Canadian Universities Event (CUE) is being hosted at Royal Bay Secondary on Tuesday, Sept 27th during D block. This is a great opportunity for students to talk to admission recruiters from universities across the country. Students participating in this event will be expected to complete an assignment geared at gathering pertinent information.  Because of the tight timeline for organizing this event students are asked to sign up in the counselling suite as soon as possible. There are only 50 seats available; first come, first served pending teacher permission from D block.
  • Lakeside Café will be offering food choices on Wednesdays starting October 5th at lunch time.  The first menu item is Nachos. Stay tuned for the following Wednesday options.
  • Model UN will meet on Wednesday, September 28th at lunch in Rm B211 to discuss VicMun taking place at the University of Victoria in October – Ms. Amado.
  • Want to get involved in Event Entertainment at Belmont? The next meeting is this Monday at lunch in Mr. Grainger’s room B222. Come check it out and see what it’s all about!
  • Work Experience 12 course.  Students whohave seen Nicholson and who have received paperwork for the Work Experience 12 course credits must return the Orientation Package and the Agreement/Training Plan by Wednesday, September 29, 2016 to ensure enrollment  in the course
Sports
Career Centre
  • Part time Job: TNT Paintball Inc. in Metchosin is hiring casual, part-time employees who are 16 years old and older, physically fit and a willingness to learn.  Please see the Career Centre for more information.

 

 

 

 

 
 
Announcements Sept. 22nd, 2016
Check out the Belmont Website Daily Announcements and the Career Centre Information for the many volunteer opportunities available to students.  Volunteer hours can be used for the required grad transitions hours.
  • There will be a Belmont Ambassador meeting TODAY, Thursday the 22nd at lunch in Room A201
    The Belmont swim team sign up sheet is in the office.  We will be swimming out the the YMCA on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45-4:45pm. Starting September 27th. Select the Swim channel on the Belmont app
  • “Leadership Students – don’t forget that we are meeting TODAY Thursday the 22nd at lunch.”
  • Recycling for the A and C wing will be done in the afternoons on Monday and Wednesday, Recycling for the B and D wing will be done in the afternoons on Tuesdays and Thursday’s. Please have your recycling outside your classroom door right after lunch on these days.
  • Lakeside Café will be offering food choices on Wednesdays starting October 5th at lunch time.  The first menu item is Nachos. Stay tuned for the following Wednesday options.
  • There will be a Scholarship 12DL Course meeting TODAY Thursday September 22 at lunch in Mr Feser’s room A207.  If you cannot attend at this time please see Mr. Feser at your convenience.  The course will focus on post-secondary options, scholarship opportunities, as well as educational budgeting.
Sports
  • Attention Badminton Players, There is a meeting TODAY Thursday 22nd at lunch with Mr. Willing in room B310.
Career Centre
  • Gain employability skills, give back to the community and become a good citizen by volunteering. Volunteer opportunities for this month are: Please see http://bsscareercentre.weebly.com/volunteer.html for more information and job descriptions or come to the Career Centre.
  • Urgent!! Volunteers needed at the Belmont Bistro. You will help with the setting up and food preparation for the Bistro and you can get 4 and up to 8 Work Experience credits.
    If you are interested, bring your resume to Mrs. Hyde in the Career Centre.
  • Volunteers are needed for the ”Light up the Hills” event on Saturday, September 24th from 7:30pm to 10:00pm.  The event is a family-friendly outdoor festival of lights in the Westhills area. The volunteer positions include set-up, arts & craft tables, information services, traffic and crowd control, and take-down. Contact Laura Davis for more information info@westshorearts.org, 250-478-2286 or come to the Career Centre.
  • Part time Job: TNT Paintball Inc. in Metchosin is hiring casual, part-time employees who are 16 years old and older, physically fit and a willingness to learn.  Please see the Career Centre for more information.