Attention Spectrum Aboriginal Grade 12 and 10 Students: Aboriginal Nations Education has Grade 12 scholarships of $500, $1,000 and $1,600 which you can apply for. Aboriginal Nations Education also has Grade 10 Bursary Awards of $150 available. The application deadline is Friday May 18th. Interested students see First Nations Teacher Emma Milliken and/or Counsellor Paul Thomas. (repeat Wed)
Spectrum’s Got Talent 2018 kicks off today at lunch with first round action from Daniel & Tavish, Cheylon, Emily, and Harleen. Come out to cheer on your fellow students and vote for your favourite act. Admission is by donation with proceeds going to charity (use that loose change weighing down your pockets…or come anyways even if you’re flat broke!).
Spectrum’s musical “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” is now available on DVD! Pick up your copy in the office for $5.00 each! (run until the 19th)
The Yamate exchange program from Japan is currently seeking 4 students to act as Spectrum buddies to 4 Japanese students when they visit Spectrum for 4 school days! This is an excellent opportunity for students who are interested in Japanese culture and making friends with someone from another part of the world! This is also a great opportunity for students looking for volunteer hours towards their graduation! This opportunity is also open to international students. For more information please see Mr. Buckingham in room 027 at the start of lunch on Wednesday.
Calling all golfers! Tryouts begin today after school at Highland Pacific. See you there!
Esquimalt High School is hosting a 3 on 3 basketball tournament that is open to all students in grade 10-12 on May 4th and 5th. See Shauna in the Office for details and how to register.
The District is hosting a Career Fair on April 19th. The bus will leave Spectrum at noon and return by about 2pm. Please sign up with Shauna in the Office this week.
Chips chips chips! They are only $0.75 a bag at morning break in the Mall Store. Yum!
Grads – there is an important grad assembly at Lunch on Wednesday this week in the Theatre. We will be hearing the grad valedictorian speeches and voting as well as giving other important grad reminders and information. All grads please plan to attend.
The Dry Grad Committee is holding a car wash on May 5th but needs grad volunteers to help. We can’t do this without you! Sign up with Shauna in the Office.
Coffee of the day: Double shot chai latte and the cold choice is chocolate peanut butter banana Frappuccino.
Yo! S’up! Compost the Cup! Please place your plastic cups in the compost after drinking your juice during morning toast program. Mother Earth will thank you (and so will the toast program) (run until April 17th)
Sr. Girls soccer meeting today at lunch in room 27.