The St. Marys DCVI Swim team was thrilled to see two more swimmers qualify for WOSSA at the Perth Invitational Swim Meet hosted at the Pyramid Recreation Center on Monday December 8. Travis Mann stormed the meet with an exciting finish in the Senior Boys 50m Freestyle. Cassidy Russell also had a tremendous day, qualifying for WOSSA in the Open 200m Freestyle and Open 100m IM. Kate Munro added to her WOSSA repertoire with additional qualifications in the 50m Breastroke and 100m IM.
Veteran swimmers Annie Bolton, Emma Bickell, Sarah Tuer-Sipos and Jordan Jarrett are getting close to qualifying for WOSSA and are looking forward to the Huron Perth Conference meet in January to secure their WOSSA entries.
Rookie swimmers Peter Conway-Black, Tom Bowen-Smith, Chris Ristmae, Grace Hutton and Allie Mills continue to post strong results and were important members of their respective relay teams. Both the Boys Freestyle Relay and the Girls Medley relay placed third at the meet.
All parents interested in joining the St. Marys DCVI School Council are invited to a meeting in the school library at 7pm on Wednesday, November 5th. If you would like more details regarding about School Council or perhaps serving on the executive, please contact April Smith (principal) at (519) 284-1731.
Parent Information Night (grade 7-10) Tuesday, September 30 (7-8:30)
DCVI teaching staff, administratorsand AMDSB senior staff will be hosting a Parent information night on Tuesday, September 30, (7-8:30pm) in the large gymnasium. This night will be an opportunity for parents and caregivers to learn more about the Descriptive Feedback and Assessment project, work that our grade7,8 teachers and grade 9 and 10 English teachers will be implementing in their classes this year. Parents of grade 7 and 8 students will also have the opportunity to learn about the AMDSB Next Generation Learning project and the iPads that their students will be receiving this fall. All are welcome! See you there
All are welcome to Homework Club beginning TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2014.
Homework Club provides an opportunity for students to complete assigned tasks and receive extra supprot in a focused, quiet setting. Homework Club operates in Room 138 - the Student Success Room - Monday to Thursday from 2:45 - 4pm. Please feel free to drop by anytime and check it out!
University and College visits will be starting in September and will continue through to November. Attached you will find the dates and times for those visits. Please see Student Services if you have any questions. Download University:College Visits.pages