- June 1 – Commencement Rehearsal
- June 3-4 – Belmont Spring Dance Show, 7pm
- June 6 – Spirit Week – Beach Day
- June 7 – ISP/ELL Year-End Celebration, 10am – 1pm
- June 7 – Fire Drill 9:30am
- June 7 – Spirit Week – Sports Day
- June 7 – Belmont Backyard Olympics, lunch
- June 8 – French Immersion Recognition, 5-6pm
- June 8 – Spirit Week – Grade Color Day (Gr. 9 RED, Gr. 10 GREEN, Gr. 11 BLUE, Gr. 12 PURPLE)
- June 9 – Year-End Concert, 7pm
- June 9 – Staff vs. 12s Softball Game, lunch
- June 11 – Dry Grad, 3-9pm
- June 12 – Commencement Ceremonies, 11am & 3pm
- June 13-17 – Graduation Assessments
- June 14 – Belmont Music Dept. Photo Shoot
- June 15 – Athletic Banquet, 6-8pm
- June 15-18 – Belmont Spring Drama Production
- June 22 – National Indigenous Peoples Day
- June 24 – Prom, Crystal Gardens, 5:30-9:30pm
- June 27 – Semester 2 End
- June 28-29 – “I” Days
- June 29 – Report Cards Published
- June 29 – Last Day of Classes
National Indigenous Peoples Day – June 22nd
We will be hosting an Indigenous Peoples Day Event on June 22 at Belmont. Stay tuned for more information.
2022-2023 School Calendars
Please see attached school calendars for next year.
Online sales for Belmont Yearbooks is now closed. Yearbooks will be available for purchase on day of distribution but there is a limited supply. It will be first come, first serve. Please listen for announcements for distribution day.
To date our grads have earned over $202 000 in scholarships and bursaries!!! Congratulations to the winners! Check out this article on Megan and Ariah : https://www.goldstreamgazette.com/community/belmont-students-win-40k-scholarships/.
2023 Grad Pinnie Orders
2023 Grad Pinnie Ordering starts MONDAY MAY 16TH. Deadline to place order is Friday JUNE 3, 2022.
More information in the “Belmont Grade 11s” google classroom.
Order using the School Cash Online system https://sd62.schoolcashonline.com (When it asks for your student number – it means your PEN number)
Pinnies are $40 each. You can view sample sizes in the outside window of the hair salon room next to entrance #4
*** Can’t guarantee a second order in September, or the current price, so strongly recommend ordering this round.
ABSOLUTE FINAL DEADLINE to place and pay for order is FRIDAY JUNE 3, 2022.
Do you have a part-time JOB or are you planning to work over the summer? Do you want to earn 4 credits towards graduation? Work Experience is a 4-credit course, where you work 100 hours at a job, fill out log sheets to prove your hours, and complete a self-evaluation and reflection questions. If you are interested please email Mrs. Robertson email@example.com or go to A119 to sign up.
*An application form and a few additional documents must be in place PRIOR to students beginning to log their work-based hours. As well, students are not able to use previous hours, the only hours that may be considered are those hours gained AFTER the Work Experience contract has been signed by the WEX Teacher, application documents are submitted, and a Worksite inspection has been completed.
Media & Youth
Sometimes the media will interview students or ask for comments “off-school property.” The media consents that you sign or decline at the start of the school year only apply to anything happening school property or at a school endorsed event (like a field trip). There are no consent requirements to protect students who are approached by media “off-school property” for comments or interview. Please consider having a discussion with your child(ren) about media, your expectations and their comfort level. We encourage anyone that is uncomfortable to decline comments or interviews and to let us know if they need assistance or felt pressured by the media outlet.
Gr. 9 and 10 Outdoor Education class at Camp Bernard.
Gr. 11 & 12 Outdoor Education class in Galiano.
Sr. Boys Rugby
Our Sr. Boys Rugby 7s team finished 1st in the city this season with a record of 5 – 1; they scored points 178 for and only 24 against. This earned them a spot in the Island Finals where they won the Island Championship last week. They are off to the Provincial Championships June 1, 2, and 3. Good luck Team!
Update: The boys rugby team has made it to the quarterfinals of the BC 7’s Championships. Kickoff is at 12:25 today. Here is the link to the livestream. https://bcss.tv/2022-rugby-7s-championships/.
Belmont Golf Team
Congratulations to the Belmont Golf team as they finished second at the Citys, third at the Islands and have qualified for the BC’s June 5-7th in Agassiz, BC. Team members are:
Good luck team!
Belmont Spring Dance Show
Friday, June 3 and Saturday, June 4 at 7:00 pm (doors at 6:30 pm) LIVE in the Belmont Theatre! Tickets are now on sale at https://sd62.schoolcashonline.com/Fee/Details/13052/137/False/True or tickets can be purchased at the door. Tickets are $5 for students and $7 for adults.
Belmont Spring Drama Production
Tickets for Belmont’s “Little Shop of Horrors” are now on sale at lunch in the theatre and at the door. Show times:
June 15th 5:00 pm (doors open at 4:30 pm)
June 16th – 5:00 pm (doors open at 4:30 pm)
June 17th 7:00 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm)
June 18th 7:00 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm)
Cost is $5 for students, $10 for adults. Tickets can also be purchased at the door or on school cash online.
Langford Mosaic Mural
Belmont students participated with other local artists and West Shore Arts Council in creating a new mural as part of a nationwide project, with the aim of creating connections between Canadians from coast to coast. See attached article in the Victoria News https://www.vicnews.com/entertainment/photos-new-langford-mosaic-mural-represents-true-north/.
Youth Action Team
The Youth Action Team hosted Naloxone training at Belmont on May 11th, . part of their Youth In Action Grant project, that aims to bring youth voice to the conversation around substance use education in schools and the community. This was It was a huge success!! 120 youth came through to be trained and receive a naloxone kit or certification. Teachers also took part to be trained and receive a kit! As part of the YIA grant project, the youth participated in an anonymous survey asking them about their knowledge around using substances safely and their ideas or requests about how they would like to see substance use education shared with them. The YAT team shared that they really enjoyed hosting this event and training their fellow students in using Naloxone. They also recruited a number of new members that are interested in joining the YAT to work on projects that facilitate health and wellbeing in their school and community.