- Oct 15 – “Parents as Education & Career Coaches” in the evening.
- Oct 16 – All ISP Gr. 12”s please meet with Ms. Boyte in room A201.
- Oct 16 – Live Different for Gr. 9 & 10’s, 10:15-11:15am
- Oct 17 – Great BC Shakeout 10:35am, Block A
- Oct 17 – Leadership selling popcorn $2 at lunch. Please bring own container. Proceeds go to the Canadian Cancer Society.
- Oct 18 – Photo Retakes
- Oct 18 – Football Home Game 5pm
- Oct 25 – Pro-D (students not in session)
- Oct 29 – Belmont International students visit UVIC 10am – 2pm
- Oct 30 – Western University @ Belmont
- Oct 31 – Halloween
Career Department News
Some upcoming informational dates for our students to be aware of:
- October 16 – UVic presentation during Focus block in B205
- October 18 – TVR seminar in Belmont theatre
- October 29, Belmont International students visit UVic – 10am – 2pm
- October 30, Western University @ Belmont A block in A208
- October 30th – Focus Block Grade 12 Assembly: How to survive your first year at post-secondary
- November 5 – PSI tour @ Belmont 10:30am – 12pm
- November 6 – Grade 9 Take Your Kid to Work Day
- November 19 – UBC @ Belmont 9am -10:20am
Belmont Boys’ Soccer
The Belmont Boys’ Soccer Team has been fighting heard on the pitch this season. We are at the half way mark now and are hoping to clench a berth for Islands at the beginning of November. With two more home games and two away, the team appreciates your continued support.
Belmont Girls’ Basketball
Girls’ Basketball Tryouts: Senior A/Senior B/Junior
Weds October 16th – 8:00 – 9:30 pm
Thurs October 17th – 3:45 – 5:30 pm
Mon October 21st – 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Please see Mr. Walushka in the PE Office to sign up for Basketball
District 62 Costume Reminder
- Face makeup is okay as long as it isn’t too scary (students must be identifiable).
- Half masks such as masquerade masks are okay unless otherwise stated by your child’s school. No full face masks are permitted.
- Friendly clowns, jesters, mimes etc. are okay. No scary clowns please.
- No imitation weapons of any kind will be permitted.
These guidelines are in place so that students can be easily identified. Please use your discretion when sending your child to school in costume.
Principals and Vice-Principals may ask your child to change in the event a costume is deemed unacceptable.
We do our best to create comfortable and safe environments in our schools and we thank you for helping us to do so.
The Fine Arts Department would like to recognize the passion and dedication that our art students put into their work. Jennifer L. and Elliott M. are two of these outstanding students.
Jennifer created a charcoal portrait of a very expressive child. She had never worked with charcoal before and said she found this project to be a fun experience. She also confessed that upon starting the project, she thought it was going to turn out “really ugly” so she was very cautious with every mark she made. In the end, she was pleasantly surprised and happy with the results, yet still critical in a constructive way to always keep improving. Jennifer heard two teachers had teared up when they saw her work – she found it “cool” that her work had touched others in such a way.
Elliott created a very majestic charcoal drawing of an eagle. He had already had some experience working with charcoal and so said he felt quite confident starting this project. He chose to represent an eagle for his subject matter because they are on of his favourite animals. Elliott said he was happy with the results as this was on of his stronger pieces working with charcoal.
Any students interested in joining the Belmont Improv Club, please meet in the theatre every Monday from 3:30 – 4:30 pm. No experience necessary! Come enjoy the fun and bring your friends!