“Lord, Teach Us to Pray…”
Monday, Jan. 26 to Thursday, Jan. 29 – Semester 1 Final Assessments
Monday, Jan. 26 – SCC Meeting @ 7pm
Friday, Jan. 30 – Turnaround Day – NO CLASSES
Monday, Feb. 2 – Start of Semester 2 (Meet in Homerooms at 8:45)
Monday, Feb. 9 – Grad Parent Meeting @ 7pm in the Library
Wednesday, Feb. 11 – Extended Homeroom Day – Bell Schedule HERE
Bell Schedule – Regular Day:
2014-15 School Year – Vanier – Academic Calendar
The Library will be replaced by Study Hall for the rest of the semester. Please bring your lunch and join us during the lunch hour.
Semester 1 – Final Assessment Schedule
Monday, Jan. 26:
8:45 – P1 & P2 Study Block
1:09 – P1 Exam
Tuesday, Jan. 27:
8:45 – P2 Exam
1:09 – P3 & P4 Study Block
Wednesday, Jan. 28:
8:45 – P3 Exam
1:09 – P4 Exam
Thursday, Jan. 29:
8:45 – P5 Study Block
1:09 – P5 Exam
Friday, Jan. 30:
No Classes – Semester Turnaround Day
Monday, Feb. 2:
8:45 – Meet in Homeroom for the beginning of Semester 2
The Pearson PowerSchool App for students is now available for your smartphone or tablet. Visit your App Provider to download.
IMPORTANT: to use the app you will require the District Code: WSMB
Daily Announcements can be found by clicking on the “Announcement” section in the header at the top of this page.
Congratulations to our Band and Choir students for a great show…Prairie Christmas is a wonderful Christmas tradition for many of our Vanier families!
Congratulations to the cast & crew of OLIVER! Your talents and gifts were evident in entertaining every one of the 1000 friends, family and community members that saw the production. Thanks for sharing with us!
Q’s and A’s about the Ebola Virus – SK Health
West Africa is experiencing an outbreak of Ebola virus disease, a rare and serious viral infection. Health officials in Saskatchewan are monitoring the situation, in collaboration with the Public Health Agency of Canada, other Canadian provinces, and the World Health Organization. Preparedness plans are underway in Canada to facilitate prompt identification and prevention of the spread of serious infectious diseases like Ebola virus disease.
The risk of Ebola in Canada is very low, but Saskatchewan is taking it seriously. The safety of Saskatchewan people is of the utmost importance. We understand that this developing situation may cause anxiety and raise questions. Some important things to note:
- There has never been a case of Ebola virus in Canada.
- It does not spread easily from person to person; it is spread through direct contact with an infected person’s bodily fluids, not through casual contact.
- Ebola is not spread through the air, food or water.
- People who are infected with Ebola are not contagious if they do not have symptoms.
Members of the public are advised that:
They should call HealthLine 811 if they have questions about symptoms or risk.
- The West African countries currently experiencing widespread transmission are Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. People travelling in countries where there is no Ebola outbreak are really not at risk. As a result, when they return to Canada, their co- workers or people around them do not need to be concerned.
Please see the attached FAQ from the Ministry of Health about Ebola. Health’s website is also a good source of information – it’s updated as things change and includes links to a variety of other reputable sources on this topic.
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Practices start on Monday, November 24
See Mr. Cruz for additional information