National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
A new national holiday, National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, takes place on September 30th. Earlier this month, the provincial government announced that schools and other work places would close in recognition of this day.
On Thursday, September 30th, all SD62 schools and buildings will be closed to commemorate the history and ongoing trauma caused by residential schools and to honour those who were lost and the survivors, families and communities who continue to grieve. Our school year calendars have been updated here.
For this year, there is a Ministerial Order that alters the instructional hours to accommodate September 30 being a day off. Future years are yet to be decided.
Join the nation on September 30th by wearing orange, reflecting on the truth of our shared history and supporting rich and diverse indigenous communities and neighbours.
Dear Belmont Families,
Please refer to the attached letter to families regarding start-up for the 2021-2022 school year.
Dear Grads and Families,
Congratulations to our wonderful Graduates as they cross the stage looking ahead to their bright futures!
The recorded Commencement ceremonies will be posted over the next few days here:
The longer Belmont Grad 2021 video will premiere on Saturday, June 26 at 3pm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11nYMQO387c
This professional produced video is for Grads and their families and showcases O Canada, 2021 Grad song, and Pomp and Circumstance performances, speeches from Superintendent, Principal, Valedictorians, and other special guests; Grad photo slideshow with Commencement comments; and a Student photo slideshow.
Thank you all for your continued support for the Belmont Graduates of 2021!
Belmont hoodies, t-shirts, sweatpants and grad hoodies are on sale now for a limited time! Sales are online-only. Visit bit.ly/belmontstyle and check us out on Instagram @belmontstyle21 for all the details! Brought to you by Belmont’s Entrepreneurship 12 class. Act quick as sales end in mid-February!
In preparation for course selections in early February, take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), promotional videos and social media pages from the following programs (departments):
Business Ed (ADST – Business Ed & Information and Communications Technology)
Cosmetology (ADST – Tech Ed)
Dance (Fine Arts)
Drama, Film & TV (Fine Arts)
Home Economics (ADST – Home Economics & Culinary Arts)
Geography (Social Studies)
Music (Fine Arts)
Ms. Pampin’s Art Instagram Page (Fine Arts)
Be sure to preview the full list of course offerings in the 2021-2022 Course Selection Booklets:
All students are to complete the daily health check before arriving to school. For Attendance, please email or call our office if your child is going to be late for school, will be leaving school early, or will be away for the day. Students should also email their teachers to ensure they are aware of any missed work.