Strengthening Connections That Inspire Purposeful Lives
The PSS Mountain Bike Club would like to sincerely thank the Whistler Cycling Club for their generous donation. With the funds, the school has been able to purchase a Giant Trance 4. Students whose families do not have the money to purchase their own bike can now give mountain biking a try and enter a sport they may have been prohibited from experiencing due to cost. The Whistler Cycling Club frequently rides up the valley on Tuesday evenings and goes out for dinner at one of our local restaurants. Nicole Jean, Boyd Hargitt and the students of the club are truly grateful that the Whistler Cycling Club thought of our school.
DO NOT PASS SCHOOL BUS WHEN RED LIGHTS FLASHING
Dear Parents & Guardians,
Please remind your friends that it is dangerous and illegal to pass a school bus when the red lights are flashing.
Our children’s lives depend on traffic stopping to allow them to safely cross the road.
The fine for passing a stopped school bus is $368.
If you witness a vehicle failing to stop for the flashing red lights, please report the license plate number to the RCMP.
Thank you for your help in keeping our kids safe!
SOGI 1 2 3 has launched new SOGI 1 2 3 Parent Videos that address questions about SOGI 1 2 3 and SOGI-inclusive education in schools. The videos are designed for parents and family members to view and learn about SOGI 1 2 3 in various grade-levels. The goal of the videos is to debunk some of the common misinformation in the media and to support parents in their understanding of SOGI-inclusive education. The SOGI 1 2 3 Parent Videos are available to view and download now on SOGIeducation.org/parents.
Here is the lowdown on the course selection process at PSS…
Over the next couple of weeks, students will be selecting courses that they are interested in taking next year (DONE). This information will give us data on what courses to offer at PSS. We recently met with each grade to present the courses that could be offered next year at PSS. Students were also given a sheet that included all of the possibilities. You can read up on the many options in our 2018/19 Course Handbook by clicking here .
We hope to have our official course selection begin next week. Students will bring their selections home to review with their parents/guardians and return the completed signed form to the school. A finalized timetable for each student will then be sent home.
Please contact the office if you have any questions regarding the process or about our 2018-19 School Timetable and Programs.
Labour Market Outlook: The British Columbia Labour Outlook: 2017 Edition can help to support students, teachers and parents to get the most up-to-date information on the occupations and skills that will be in demand in BC over the next ten years. For more information about BC’s labour market information, please visit WorkBC’s webpage. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017-18 School Year Information:
Check out our Weekly Timetable 2017-18
Check out our General School Supply List 2017-2018
We will be reviewing our PSS Student Code of Conduct this year. You can find the current Code of Conduct by clicking here.
Dear Parents, Guardians, Staff & Students,
The Board of Education recently approved our calendars for the next three years. Thank you for all of the feedback throughout the entire process. The approved calendars can be found below.
Upcoming Events to be Ready For…
For PAC information, please contact Lisa Shippit at email@example.com or on Facebook at Pemberton Secondary PAC.
Our calendar has been updated for the 2017/18 year, please take a look for upcoming events at PSS.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call us at 604-894-6318 or email Krista Brynjolfson firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Diane Hart email@example.com
Click here for a copy of the 2017/18 Grad Planner.
SD48 School District Strategic Plan
Click here for a look at the Strategic Plan