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Our school photo day is the first Friday back.

All students will receive information about photo packages.

All students should have their photo taken as this is use for their school ID, yearbook and bus passes.

There is no obligation to purchase photo packages.

 

 
 

FIRST DAY OF CLASSES

Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

Only Grades 9 and 10 students

9:00-12:00 pm

 

Wednesday, September 5th

All students attend a full time schedule.

9:00—3:16 pm

TIMETABLES

Only the Grade 12 students can collect their timetables on either, August 28th or 29th.

Timetables will be handed out to all Grades 9-11 students on their first day of school.

 

Bussing for September 4th, 2018

School buses will be running 3 hours early on September 4, 2018. For example if your student is scheduled to be picked up at 3:20pm, they will be picked up at 12:20 pm on September 4th only.

Bus schedules will be running at regular times for the remainder of the week.

 

 
 

For more information please see poster: Sexual Health Clinic

West Shore Health Unit

345 Wale Rd.

Wednesdays 1:00 – 2:30pm

Wellness Centre @ Belmont

3041 Langford Lake Rd.

Thursdays 1:00 – 2:30pm

Sooke Health Unit

#104 – 6672 Wadams Way

Fridays 1:00 – 2:30pm

 
 

Letter to Inform Parents of the COMPASS Study

 
 

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Current and former Royal Bay students and lacrosse academy members meet our Premier regarding NAIG and their support for the local bid to host the 2020 games. They were also invited in the House of Commons and introduced by the speaker. Well done!

 
 

Humboldt Jersey Photo (002)

 
 

The 2017-2018 Royal Bay Yearbook and Grad Box will be on sale starting Monday, February 26, 2018.

Yeearbook Photo

Yearbooks for $50.00 Grad Boxes for $15.00

There will be a sales table with Yearbook students open at lunch each day in the aviary. If you have any questions or want to check out a sample of this year’s work, please stop by.

Quantities are limited, so don’t wait! Place your order as soon as possible.

You can pay by cheque (“School District #62”) or cash or school cash on-line. https://schoolcashonline.com

In addition, we have a limited number of yearbooks from 2015 and 2016 available for purchase if a student missed out.  These will be on sale at lunch time as well.

 
 

Summit the Bay
This weekend, hundreds of grades 9–12 students from across BC are gathering at Royal Bay Secondary for the Summit at the Bay, a high-energy weekend of learning skills that will prepare students for an uncertain future. http://rethinkthinking.ca/summit-at-the-bay-2018

Based on inquiry learning — with guest speakers in mental health, sustainability and Aboriginal issues — the Summit offers a chance for students to dive deep into their own personal interests, guided by adult mentors in the business community. Plus there’s theatre, food trucks, dancing and musical entertainment. What’s not to love?

This event is usually $75, but our district has purchased 30 tickets for the students at Royal Bay and there are still some available. Get yours while you still can!

*To register for the Summit at the Bay, go to https://goo.gl/WBrLeU

*Note this email address in the form: rmcallister@sd62.bc.ca

*Registration Code: SD62Feb2018

 
 

Hello Royal Bay Families. There are a number of students who have not paid their course fee for the first semester and athletic participation fees.
These fees are just for students participating in classes with fees or on sports teams this year. There will be second invoices sent out in report cards for outstanding fees.

You are welcome to pay on line at https://sd62.schoolcashonline.com by cheques payable to SD#62,or cash in the school office.

 
 

In 2016, Royal Bay Secondary began a ‘School Travel Planning’ process; a focused method aiming to increase the number of students and families who travel actively to school and decrease traffic congestion around the school site.

‘Active travel’ is choosing modes of transportation that use our bodies. By walking, biking, taking transit or using a ‘Drive to Five’ location we will create a safer school environment, increase our children’s ability to sit, focus and learn, address mental, physical and emotional health concerns that are present for many families today, create a strong connected community and show appreciation for the natural spaces around us.

Please consider the attached ‘Best Routes’ map to find your walking or cycling route, your nearest transit stops or your nearest ‘Drive to Five’ location.

Please find attached below more information, including a route map.

School Travel Plan CRD

Best Route Map Royal Bay