Important Dates
  • October 31 – Halloween
  • November 1-5 – Graduation Assessments
  • November 7 – Daylight Saving
  • November 9 – PAC Mtg. 7pm – MS Teams
  • November 10 – Remembrance Day Assemblies
  • November 11 – Remembrance Day (school not in session)
Message from the Principal – Ms. Laura Fulton

We are incredibly proud of the work of students and staff this fall. They continue to show resilience and enthusiasm as they dive into wonderful learning experiences! The sense of spirit and community is also strong at Belmont. Polite, kind interactions continue to be the norm at our school. Participation in our Spirit Week brought extra laughter this week as students and staff showed off their fun outfits and crazy hats!  

Please note that we will be half-way through the semester by November 18th. Parents and Guardians should be speaking regularly with their children about their progress with their schoolwork. They are also encouraged to communicate frequently with teachers about learning progress. Email addresses for teachers can be found here

Graduation Assessments

Please note the following updates regarding the upcoming Graduation Assessments next week Nov 1 – 5th:

  1. Semester 1, students enrolled in English 10, Math 10 and Career Life Connections 12 have now been scheduled for the November 2021 Graduation Assessments.
  2. These students will be informed directly by their classroom teacher of the details of their scheduled assessment date.
  3. Other students scheduled to complete their assessment(s) have been contacted via their sd62learns.org email account regarding their scheduled assessment date/time/location.
  4. In January 2022, Belmont will focus on:
    1. Gr 11 or 12 students who require Numeracy 10, Literacy 10 or Literacy 12 to complete their graduation requirements; and
    2. New: Gr 12 French Immersion students for Literacy 12 in French.
  5. Registration Deadline for the January 2022 Assessment is:
    1. 12 noon, Friday 10th Dec 2021; and
    2. Students are to email Mrs. Gunn directly at agunn@sd62.bc.ca to register.

Any questions can be directed to your student’s classroom teacher and we look forward to next week.

Student Parking

We have noticed an increase of students parking in designated staff parking. Students may only park in General spots only, and must have a student parking pass to park in our lot. Students can also park in the upper and lower Goudy lots as well as Langford Parkway overflow (gravel) parking lot.

Cars parking in unauthorized areas may be towed at owner expense as well as student vehicles who do not display a student parking pass.

Excessive speed or other unsafe driving practices, loud music, loitering around vehicle and parking in Staff, Visitor, Day Care, VIHA spots, loading/drop off zones, and Bus zone will result in suspension of parking along with other disciplinary action.

Students planning on parking in the Belmont parking lot, please register your vehicle for a parking pass at Student Parking Permit Application.

A Glimpse at this Week’s Spirit Week

Martina (from Italy) is commended on the extra effort  she put into her creation for ‘crazy hat day’, and also for embracing our beautifully wet, west coast weather!

Many thanks to our International and ELL Departments for organizing our annual pumpkin carving event! Max and Sein are focused on creating an amazing work of art!

In Geography 12, the class made composite and shield volcanoes, and then mapped their eruptions.
Everything you don’t know is something you can learn

Chemistry 11 students, Nate & Stephany identifying metal ions in a flame color lab. They now have a deeper understanding of metal compounds and will also be able to name which metals (or metal salts) are used to create the colors in fireworks!


Congratulations to the Belmont Junior Girls Volleyball team as they head to the playoffs. The girls have been working hard since Sept. and hope to have a successful playoff run. In the 3 tournaments leadings to Citys next week, the team finished 4th at the VIU tournament, 3rd at Camosun and just this past weekend placed 2nd out of 16 teams at Mount Doug.

The team would like to thank all who have supported them and their well wishes.

10,000 Tonight Food Drive

What: Food Drive for Goldstream Food Bank

When: November 1st – 12th

Why: Goldstream Food Bank is in need!

How: Bring non-perishable foods items to reach our school goal of 10,000 items!

You can also donate $$$ online using the link below. Please use the drop down menu to select “10,000 Tonight Food Drive – Belmont Family”


Thank you for your support!

School District #62 is Hiring

School District No.62 (Sooke) is in need of more Bus Drivers.  If you have a Class II B.C. Driver’s License, with air brake endorsement, we are most definitely interested in hearing from you.  Please see the full job description and required qualifications on our website at www.sd62.bc.ca, click on Employment.

School District No.62 (Sooke) requires bus drivers to work on-call immediately.  If you have a Class II B.C. Driver’s Licence, with air brake endorsement, a medical certificate within the last six months and a valid First Aid Certificate, we are most interested in hearing from you!

For more information about our District, please refer to our website at http://www.sd62.bc.ca

Rate of pay:  $25.63/hr.

Qualified individuals are invited to submit their cover letter and resume, including the names and telephone numbers of at least two references to:

Dawn Israel

Human Resources Consultant

School District No.62 (Sooke)

3143 Jacklin Road

Victoria, BC     V9B 5R1      


We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.

November’sIn the Know” Parenting Series Beyond Behaviour for parents of children 13 and up.

November Date & Time: Tuesday November 9th, 12:00pm – 1:30 pm


Watch Now: https://youtu.be/8KPdXLTnw9M

Details: When our kids are having a hard time, or we are seeing something for the first time, we might wonder what’s going on? In this video conversation, a parent and counsellor talk about the developmental stages of children, what are typical behaviours, and how do we know when something more might be going on. This conversation is for all families and caregivers who feel like they are parenting in the deep end of the swimming pool or are just wondering what they can do when it feels like more. Join us for a video followed by a group discussion.

Help For the Hard Times.  These workshops are for families and caregivers whose child or youth has been a patient in a psychiatric unit or have had multiple ER visits at Victoria General, Royal Jubilee or Ledger House. The workshops cover: How to support a safety plan at home, How to take care of yourself and your family after a crisis, and How to find the resources you need.

November Dates & Times: 16, 18, 23, 25 – 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Information & Registration:  https://familysmart.ca/workshops/


Important Date
  • October 20 – Photo Retakes
  • October 21 – Great BC Shakeout @ 10:00am
  • October 22 – Pro-D Provincial (school not in session)
  • October 25-29 – Spirit Week
  • October 31 – Halloween
  • November 1-5 – Graduation Assessments
Graduation Assessments

Welcome to our first Graduation Assessment cycle for the year, November 2021:

  1. Scheduled Assessments:
    1. Graduation Numeracy Assessment English & French 10 (NME/F 10);
    2. Graduation Literacy Assessment 10 (LTE 10); and
    3. NEW for 2021, Graduation Literacy Assessment 12 (LTE 12).
  1. Assessment dates:
    1. Mon 1st – Fri 5th Nov 2021
  1. DRAFT Assessment Schedule
  2. Nov Registrants:
    1. All students in S1, ELA 10, MA 10 and CLC 12 classes will be registered; and
    2. Results will be released:
      1. Directly to students through the StudentTrancriptService;
      1. Using their BCeID account; and
      1. On Monday 17 January 2022.
  3. Jan Registrants:
    1. Gr 11 or 12 students who require NME 10 or LTE 12 to complete their graduation requirements;
    2. New: Gr 12 French Immersion students for Literacy 12 (French);
    3. Registration Deadline: 12 noon, Friday 10th Dec 2021
Parenting Programs

If you are interested in attending a parent group, there are two available which are listed below. Contact information is below if you would like to sign up or get more info.

Parents Together  (13-25 years)

Tuesday evenings 6:30-8 PM via zoom

Ongoing/drop in style

Parents in the Know  (13-18 years)

Wednesday evenings 6:30-8 PM

10-12 weeks until mid-December

BGCSVI LogoLisa Hoffman Deanna Riedke  
Parenting Program Coordinators
BGC South Vancouver Island
301-1195 Esquimalt Rd | Victoria BC V9A 3N6
E: parentingprograms@bgcsvi.org
P: 250.384.9133 ext: 222  M: L 250.217.4929 or D 250.686.9122 bgcsvi.org BGCSVI Facebook BGCSVI Twitter BGCSVI Instagram BGCSVI YouTube
BC Shakeout Earthquake Drill

On October 21st Belmont staff & students will be participating in the BC Shakeout Earthquake Drill at 10a.m.  The Drop, Cover, and Hold fact sheet is included below.     

Page Program Recruitment Campaign / Campagne de recrutement du Programme des pages

We are pleased to announce the official launch of the recruitment campaign for the House of Commons Page Program.

Each year, we recruit 40 bilingual students graduating from high schools and CEGEPs from across Canada to participate in the House of Commons Page Program. Pages work directly on the floor of the House of Commons and are responsible for a wide range of tasks related to Chamber activities. This provides them with the opportunity to broaden their knowledge of Parliament by playing a role in the rich traditions of the Canadian parliamentary system. Our recruitment campaign for the 2022-2023 academic year is taking place from September 27 to November 7, 2021.

The Page Program has undergone an exciting transformation in the past year. To be considered, candidates must now submit a curriculum vitae (maximum of two pages), a cover letter that includes detailed examples clearly demonstrating how they meet the education, experience, and asset prerequisites listed on the notice of job opportunity, and a proof of enrolment confirming their student status (e.g. unofficial transcript, official transcript or report card from a high school or CEGEP).

To be selected, candidates must be starting full‑time or part-time post-secondary studies in September 2022 at the University of Ottawa, Carleton University, Saint Paul University, Université du Québec en Outaouais, or with our new institutional partners La Cité or Algonquin College. Successful candidates will be required to reside in the National Capital Region during their year of employment as a Page. We encourage you to visit our website (ourcommons.ca/page) to learn more.

Please CEGEP’s website and on social media, and to follow them on Facebook (facebook.com/hocpagescdc) and/or Instagram (instagram.com/hoc_pages_cdc).

Should you have any questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us. Contact info below.


C’est avec plaisir que nous annonçons le lancement officiel de la campagne de recrutement pour le Programme des pages de la Chambre des communes.

Chaque année, nous recrutons 40 étudiant(e)s bilingues diplômé(e)s d’écoles secondaires et de cégeps de partout au Canada pour participer au Programme des pages de la Chambre des communes. Les pages travaillent directement sur le parquet de la Chambre et accomplissent une grande gamme de tâches liées aux activités de la Chambre. Par l’entremise de leur travail, les pages ont l’occasion d’approfondir leurs connaissances sur le Parlement en prenant part aux riches traditions du système parlementaire canadien. Notre campagne de recrutement pour l’année scolaire 2022-2023 aura lieu du 27 septembre au 7 novembre 2021.

Le Programme des pages a subi une transformation importante au cours de l’année écoulée. Pour que leur candidature soit prise en considération, les candidat(e)s doivent soumettre un curriculum vitae (maximum de deux pages), une lettre de présentation comprenant des exemples détaillés démontrant clairement comment ils/elles répondent aux exigences en matière d’études, d’expérience et d’atout énumérés dans l’avis de possibilité d’emploi, ainsi qu’une preuve d’inscription confirmant leur statut d’étudiant(e) (c.-à-d. un relevé de notes non officiel, un relevé de notes officiel ou un bulletin scolaire d’une école secondaire ou d’un cégep).

Pour être sélectionné(e)s, les candidat(e)s doivent commencer des études postsecondaires à temps plein ou à temps partiel en septembre 2022 à l’Université d’Ottawa, l’Université Carleton, l’Université Saint-Paul, l’Université du Québec en Outaouais ou chez nos nouveaux partenaires institutionnels La Cité ou le Collège Algonquin. Les candidat(e)s sélectionné(e)s devront résider dans la région de la capitale nationale pendant leur année d’emploi en tant que page. Nous vous encourageons à visiter notre site Web (noscommunes.ca/page) pour en savoir plus.

Nous vous encourageons aussi à faire part du lien vers notre site Web (noscommunes.ca/page) sur le site Web de votre école ou cégep ainsi que dans les médias sociaux et à nous suivre sur Facebook (facebook.com/hocpagescdc) et/ou sur Instagram (instagram.com/hoc_pages_cdc)

Pour obtenir de plus amples renseignements, n’hésitez pas à communiquer avec nous.

House of Commons | Chambre des communes



Follow us on Facebook and Instagram! Suivez-nous sur Facebook et Instagram!
“Great Hands-on Learning at Belmont”
Ashley O. & Anna R. are loving learning how to style in Cosmetology.

A warm welcome to Mr. Martinson to our Applied Skills and Design Department! Mr. Martinson brings wealth of experience to Belmont. He is enjoying connecting with students and sharing his passion for learning. Pictured below with Mr. Martinson is grade 11 student, Troy S.

Belmont Business Students

Belmont business students are leading the way in early weeks of Junior Achievement’s Canada-wide student stock market challenge! Jaiden B. and Snehbir P. from our Accounting 11 class moved into 3rd place in all of Canada on October 7th! They have been consistently in the top 5 this month out of over 1,400 teams nation-wide. David F. and Zaiden W. from our Entrepreneurship & Marketing 10 class have reached 12th place in all of Canada and have been consistently in the top 15 this month.

In teams, students are given $100,000 to invest in a 5-week stock market simulation where they can invest in stocks and ETF’s on all of the major stock exchanges. Be sure to ask the students from both classes for some hot stock tips the next time you see them!

Halloween Costume Guidelines

As Halloween nears, please take a moment to read the following guidelines. We would appreciate if you could go over these points with your child(ren).

These are general, district guidelines – please check with your child’s school if they have further recommendations or do not permit costumes.

SD62 Costume Guidelines for Secondary School Students:

  • Face makeup is okay as long as it isn’t too scary (students must be identifiable).
  • No costume masks are permitted. Students must continue to wear non-medical face masks.
  • Friendly clowns, jesters, mimes, etc. are okay. No scary clowns please.
  • No imitation weapons of any kind will be permitted.

Please use your best judgement to ensure costumes are appropriate for school wear.

For the safety of everyone, these guidelines are in place so that students can be easily identified

We do our best to create comfortable and safe environments in our schools and we thank you for helping us to do so.

Dear Families,

We are asked by our School District’s Human Resources Department to forward the following message to you:

School District No.62 (Sooke) is in need of more Education Assistants.  If you have an Education Assistant Certificate or have completed the Community Support Worker Program, we are most definitely interested in hearing from you.  Please see the full job description and required qualifications on our website @ www.sd62.bc.ca, click on Employment.

Grade 12 Information

We hope that grade 12 students have settled well into their courses and are reaching out to their teachers and counsellors as they navigate their final year of secondary school. We know that this year represents a culmination of thirteen years of school learning, and we look forward to celebrating student accomplishments.

Our first major celebration of the year has often been a winter formal. We had planned to hold this event at Olympic View golf course this year. After careful reflection, we have cancelled the reservation as current Healthy Authority rules would not have permitted dancing, mingling between tables, nor buffet service. This venue would have also required vaccine check. 

We are now connecting with the Grad Council and grade 12 students to see what kind of winter event they would be interested in supporting and attending at the school. This event would need to follow district Health and Safety and Health Authority event guidelines.

Students with suggestions are encouraged to speak with Grad Council members, Miss Rachael Sandberg, a Vice Principal, or the Principal. 

If any parents/guardians are interested in helping with Grad activities, which would include possibly helping with a winter event and with a potential June Dry Grad, please email our PAC president, Lacey Donaldson at bsspac@sd62.bc.ca. We are looking for a Grad PAC rep and for additional supporting members.

We want to continue to support our Grads and help make this year meaningful for them, while maintaining our health and safety expectations.

Young Canadians’ Parliament (YCP)

We have exciting news to share! Children First Canada is accepting new applications to Young Canadians’ Parliament (YCP) again and inviting young people to our event on October 16th – read on for more information. Through this growing movement, young people under 18 are speaking up for their rights and sharing their views with parliamentarians and other leaders in the Country. 

Over the last two years, we’ve invited federal leaders from every major political party in Canada to hear from young people. We are honored that over 20 federal leaders have joined our events. 

Here are three ways you can help: 

  1. Attend and share our next YCP event on Oct 16th, 1-4pm ET with your colleagues and other young people. This event will be attended by young people all across Canada. We’re pretty excited to launch this event this month. As always, it will include inspirational speakers and attendees will get an update on the recent Federal election and the implications for young person. Young people will also go into breakout sessions to discuss this further, because their voices and perspectives are important to us. In these sessions, they will have the opportunity to develop a presentation that could be shared at our National Child Day event and may also feature on the organization’s website. Check out our poster, CLICK HERE…. Young people do not want to miss this event..!! 
  1. Show your support by encouraging children and youth to become members of the YCP. You can do this by sharing the information in this email with your colleagues and young people, encouraging those under 18 to join the YCP. Click here to visit our website for more information. Young people can click here to register for the YCP and the upcoming event. 
  1. Share the attached graphic on social media to encourage young people to join the YCP. 

Watch this video to learn more about YCP: YCP promotional video. With a newly-elected government, we need your help to raise the voices of young people.  

Mountain Bike Camp

EMCS Society is running a mountain biking Pro D day in conjunction with Nolan Riding.

Parents can contact Barb Dunn, EMCS Society Program Office Assistant, at 250-642-6371 to register.  The registration cut-off date is Tues Oct 19th. See poster below. Thank you!


Important Dates
  • October 5 – World Teachers Day
  • October 11 – Thanksgiving
  • October 20 – Photo Retakes
  • October 21 – Great BC Shakeout @ 10:15am
  • October 22 – Pro-D Provincial (school not in session)
  • October 31 – Halloween
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

This year, to honor Orange Shirt Day and the new statutory holiday Truth and Reconciliation Day, Leadership students worked with the Indigenous Education department to create a display of Teddy Bears. The teddy bears are significant because bears represent courage and bravery and they have become a symbol of the lost children discovered at Residential School cites all over the country this year.

Tour De Rock (Cops for Cancer

On Wednesday, September 29th, the annual Tour De Rock came to Langford on their final leg of the ride for child cancer research, and our staff and students came out to support the riders with enthusiastic cheering.

As well, on Saturday, October 2nd, we will be hosting a bottle drive at Belmont School to support Tour de Rock (Cops for Cancer). Bring your bottles and cans to the Belmont parking lot, between 10 am and 2pm, to help fundraise for this worthy cause!

Recognizing our Custodial, Maintenance and Facilities Staff

On October 2nd we celebrate our incredible custodians, maintenance and facilities staff who are working tirelessly each day to ensure our schools and buildings are cleaned, sanitized, running smoothly and looking amazing. 

On top of the regular requests and new projects, these last two school years have seen complete change, increased resources and cleaning measures. Not only have they had to change what might have been normal before, but they have done so seamlessly and adapted quickly. Their resiliency and positive attitudes show in our schools to students and staff, and we’re very proud of that.  

From our Board of Education and all of us at SD62, a sincere and heartfelt thank you. Thank you for setting a great work ethic and example, and above all, for helping to keep students and fellow colleagues healthy and safe.  

VIU Jr. Girls Tournament

The Belmont Junior Girls Volleyball team started their 2021 campaign with a great result.  Going into the tournament no one knew what to expect but the girls played extremely well and placed 4th out of 14 teams.  The girls are looking to build on their success as league play began on Wed. Sept. 29th against Royal Bay. 

VIU Jr. Girls Tournament
Swim Team

Want to join the swim team? Students interested, please connect with Mrs. Wilkie in room A306. Practices will be help at the YMCA.

Upcoming Boys Soccer Games
Oct 5Mt. Doug @ BELMONT
Oct 7Brookes @ BELMONT
Oct 12Parkland @ BELMONT
Oct 14Vic High @ BELMONT
Oct 21BELMONT @ Spectrum
Oct 26BELMONT @ Stelly’s
Upcoming Jr. Girls Volleyball Game
Oct 13OB1, CL2, BELMONT @ LP

Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn!

Important Dates
  • September 18-19 – Belmont Music Department Retreat
  • September 25 – Belmont Music Department Instrumental Clinics
  • September 27 – Non-Instructional Day
  • September 29 – Belmont Music Department Launch Purdy’s & Poinsettia Sales
  • September 30 – National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Now that we are almost two weeks into the school year, students and teachers are settling into routines. The sense of community among students and staff is fantastic! Everyone seems eager to learn, and keen to help others do well. We are also thrilled to see so many sports and extra-curricular activities up and running! Students will learn about these from their A Block Teacher, on the App, and right here in the Bulletin. Parents/guardians and students should continue to connect with teachers to ensure that they have a solid understanding of student progress and skill development in each of their courses.

Laura Fulton, Principal

Congratulations Liam Sargent!

Congratulations to Liam who began the school year by placing 17th (of 56) in the 114.6 km long Junior Men’s National Road race in Saint-Georges, Quebec! Liam was selected to ride for Team BC, who had more riders in the top 20 than any other team!

District News

Dear Families,

As you are likely aware, student summary reports and more are stored in MyEducation BC, also known as MyEd BC Portal or Parent Portal. Please familiarize yourself with your MyEd BC Portal as it is a key source for information during your child’s education journey.

Sign in

Visit this link to sign in: MyEd BC Portal

Find your password

We have developed a tool to help parents/guardians look up their temporary MyEd BC Portal password. If you have never accessed MyEd BC Portal, please visit the MyEd BC portal page on our website here. Looking for your password? Use our password toolIf you continue to experience difficulties signing in to your MyEd parent portal, please contact your child’s school directly. 

Double check your personal information

While you are in your parent portal, please double check that all information (contacts, address, etc) is correct. If you need to change your information or need further assistance, please contact your child’s school.

Please familiarize yourself with your MyEd parent portal as your child’s information and summary progress reports are located there.


SD62 Communications Team

Health & Safety Protocols

Now that lockers are available, students please only access in the morning before class, at lunch, and at the end of the day.  Do not access lockers in between classes as it will lead to hallway congestion and excessive contacts. 

Please sanitize hands when you enter the school in the morning, after lunch, and any time you think of it.  Flu season is upon us in addition to COVID and hand sanitizing/washing is an easy way to prevent spread.

Though we’re doing ok overall with mask wearing, we’ve observed masks being worn below the nose.  Please wear masks properly.  Masks must be worn at all times while inside.  The only exception is during lunch when you are eating.  Once you are finished eating, put your mask back on.

It is important that we all continue to be diligent.

2021 – 2022 Belmont Parent Advisory Executive
  • President – Lacey Donaldson
  • Vice President – Sarah Winkler
  • Treasurer – Kathy Elder
  • Secretary – Shawna Jones
  • SPEAC – Sandra Arnold

Please send any questions or information for the PAC by emailing bsspac@sd62.bc.ca If you do not have email access you can leave us a note in the office at the school or contact the school and they will direct the message to us. Thanks.

Athletics & Clubs

Girls and Boys Rugby meeting Sept. 21st at lunch in Room A304 for anyone interested in playing this year. All ages and all experience levels welcome. Come and check out an awesome, fun-filled sport. The local club team will be represented and there may be a door prize or two.

Belmont’s very own Improv Club, the Anti-Drama Drama Club, meets Monday and Friday – straight after school in the Theatre, room D101. Come along for fun and to make some new friends. No experience needed.

Interested in growing things? Belmont Garden Club meets every Thursday at lunch in the garden. We are a drop-in club, no experience or sign-up necessary, and we have gloves for you.

Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Team this year, please sign-up with Ms. Megan Evans in room B104 or the gym. Everyone welcome!

If you are interested in joining the Mural Club or the Clay Club, come see Ms. Guy in D102.

Welcome Back!

Important Dates
  • September 7 – First day of school for Grade 9s only. Half Day: 9am-12pm
  • September 8 – First Day of School for all students. See school website/letter sent to families for details.
  • September 16 – School Photo Day
  • September 27 – Non-Instructional Day
  • September 30 – National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Meet the Admin Team (L to R): Ryan Dube (VP Gi-N), Laura Fulton (P),
Melissa Horner (VP A-Gh) & Stephen McHugh (VP O-Z)
Welcome Back!

It was inspiring to see Belmont students and staff begin to return to school yesterday and today! The excitement among staff to welcome students into their classrooms was evident. We know that students are feeling a wide range of emotions as they return to full-time face to face learning, and we are here to support them. Please encourage your child to let their classroom teachers know how they are doing and what they need to make their learning as comfortable and effective as possible. We also encourage parents to connect with teachers early in the school year. All teacher emails can be found at this link.

The letter you received in August is posted on our website. Please refer to it as we move through the first week of classes. We will be following the times of our regular bell schedule beginning Wednesday, but will not begin rotating blocks until next week (block order will be A, B, C, D for the first week).

Keep watching the website, app, your email and this page for more school updates. Our goal will be to publish  a fresh Belmont Bulletin every two weeks.

Parking Lot Reminders

·       If the driver of a vehicle has a handicapped designation but does not need to leave their car as they wait for a student, please don’t park in the handicapped/accessible spots as those are used for students requiring the use of a wheelchair or crutches.

 As we welcome students back, some reminders for families to consider in order to help ease traffic congestion:

·       If you must drop your daughter or son off or pick them up from school, please arrange to have a meeting spot off campus. This will ease frustrations and congestion.

·       Please do not stop at D wing or Zone 1 entry to let your child out as this causes back-up for other people entering the lot.

Safe and Healthy Schools Info

Please refer to the letter sent directly from the school district to families on August 26th . You can also find a summary of health and safety guidelines, including a video from our Superintendent at this link.

Please continue to complete the daily health checklist, do not send your child to school sick, and make sure that your child comes to school with a mask or two that they find comfortable as they are required while at school.

Belmont Scholarship Information

For information on Scholarships, please visit the Belmont Scholarship Weebly for support with scholarship deadlines, nomination and application forms, and important updates at https://belmontscholarships.weebly.com.

If you would like to speak with someone directly, please contact Mrs. Robertson via email, google meet or face-to-face appointment. Contact: jrobertson@sd62.bc.ca or jrobertson@sd62learns.org.

Google Classroom

Grads of 2022, please make sure you are active in the Grad Google classroom. Important updates, nomination forms (for Belmont) and scholarships are posted regularly.

MyEdBC Parent Portal

Parents, if your MyEd accounts say they are expired or have been disabled, please email Carla at cbodman@sd62.bc.ca or Anna-Marie at agunn@sd62.bc.ca and they will reset their accounts. Thank you!


Locker information will be sent out to families next. Students will be choosing their own lockers through a program and the link will be sent out to families with instructions on how to use the program once we complete the setup. You will also be able to access on our website.