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PCS Wednesday: • 8:45 Drumming w/ Ms. Clifton • 10:15 Rugby Presentation • 12:20 Sm'algyax w/ Mr. Spencer

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~*~ Week 23 of 39 – Feb. 17th to Feb. 21st ~*~ ~ Important Dates ~ • Feb. 17th - No School Holiday • Feb. 19th 8:45 - Drumming with Ms. Clifton • Feb. 19th 10:15 - Rugby Presentation hosted by Mr. Devin • Feb. 19th 12:20 - Sm'algyax with Mr. Spencer • Feb. 19th 2:25 - Collaboration Day • Feb. 20th 10:10 - School Wide Art and Writing • Feb. 21st 8:00am - Snow Shoeing (18 spots only & school WILL be open) Ndaayu wila waalsm? PCS is very excited to welcome Ms. Wells as the acting Principal of PCS until the return of Mr. Janz from recovering from his spinal surgery. Mr. Janz's expected return is March 30th after spring break. Adding to the excitement of Ms. Wells we have Ms. Clifton coming back for Drumming. She will be drumming with PCS at 8:45 on Wednesdays. We are ecstatic to have Ms. Clifton back in PCS as she is always such a valuable presence with her knowledge, wisdom and understanding. Mr. Devin has be awesome enough to organise a presentation from one of his former collogues in rugby. {name} will be here on Wednesday Feb. 19th to present to students and possibly offer some hands on training in the Student Lounge after his presentation. Thursday @ 10:10 - 11:35 School Wide Writing: There will be a school wide art and writing event put on by the teachers. This is a mandatory event and all students will participate. Students will receive credit for their participation in multiple subjects. If for some reason you feel you cannot, or will not, participate then you will be asked to sign out for the day unless there is a valid medical reason for not participating. ~ Sm'algyax with Mr. Spencer ~ Sm'algyax with Mr. Spencer will be switching times from Friday to Wednesday @ 12:20. Students will receive credit for Careers. ~ Drumming with Ms. Clifton ~ Wednesdays @ 8:45 - 9:30 Drumming with Ms. Clifton: This will be held in the art room and participation is not mandatory but strongly encouraged. Students will receive credit for Careers. ~ Rides to and from School ~ If you would like a ride or bus ticket home the expectation is that you have been respectful and accomplished some work at school. Roy, Salomon and myself will verify this. Please do not take advantage of this…

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Pacific Coast School updated their cover photo.

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BC Ministry of Health update on the coronavirus (2019-nCoV). At this point the BC Ministry of Health states "the risk to British Columbians remains low". Should you wear a mask? Here is the response from the Provincial Health Office: When sick, wearing a mask helps to prevent us from passing on illnesses to other people. But if you are not sick, we do not know if wearing a mask will prevent infection, especially for children who may not be able to wear a mask properly. People wearing a mask may also touch their faces more often, potentially increasing the risk of having the eyes, nose or mouth come into contact with the virus. The most effective ways to prevent getting 2019-nCoV or any cold/flu: • Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds using soap and water. • If a sink is not available, alcohol-based hand rubs (ABHR) can be used to clean hands if they are not visibly soiled. If they are visibly soiled using a wipe and then ABHR is effective. • Do not touch your face/eyes/mouth with unwashed hands. • Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough with a disposable tissue or the crease of your elbow. • Regularly clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces. Regular household cleaning products are effective against most viruses. • Stay home if you are sick and away from others so you don’t pass it on. For more information and to see the full notification please read the following: www.bced.gov.bc.ca/bulletin/20200207/letter-to-parents-via-edufeb-7.pdf

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Poster from Ms. Sundin

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~*~ Week 22 of 39 – Feb. 10th to Feb. 15th ~*~ ~ Important Dates ~ • Only a 3 day week • Feb. 13th - Pro-D: NO SCHOOL • Feb. 14th - Pro-D: NO SCHOOL Ndaayu wila waalsm? This will be the last week before Mr. Janz will be leaving for surgery. He will not be back March 30th (or after spring break). We are excited to announce that Ms. Wells will be taking over the school during Mr. Janz's recovery. It is that time of year again: All Native week. We understand that many of our students are involved in the All Native festivities. If you are volunteering/working/playing in the All Native in some way please inform Ms. Margaret so we can excuse your absence. Also, PCS will be live streaming the games in the afternoon. If there are interested students there will be an opportunity to check out a game. ~ Ms. Sundin's Will Be Leaving Soon ~ PCS has been honoured to have Ms. Sundin working in our school for her practicum. For those who do not know, a practicum is where a student works in a job they are going to school to learn. Ms. Sundin has been a valuable asset to our community and we are sorry to be loosing her. Here is a message from Ms. Sundin: I can't believe six months of practicum are nearly over. My time with you all has been really rich and rewarding. I'm grateful for the diversity of counselling experiences as well as spending time with each of you. My heart is feeling pretty heavy to be shifting out of regular support and connection at PCS. I hope to offer a small window of continuity for students. I'm not sure how that will look yet, but I will keep you posted. Please do invite me to luncheons and school events, especially grad! As of March I am back to work full time and will be covering Pineridge, Conrad and Port Ed. My remaining 5 days at PCS: Tuesday Feb 11th & Wednesday Feb 12th Tuesday Feb 18th (I'm away in Vancouver for Medical on the 19th) Tuesday Feb 25th & Wednesday Feb 26th ~ Sm'algyax with Mr. Spencer ~ Sm'algyax with Mr. Spencer will be switching times from Friday to Wednesday @ 12:20. ~ Rides to and from School ~ If you would like a ride or…

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PCS Reminder: Collaboration Day today. Early dismissal at 2:25.

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If you are signed up for the Ski/Snowboarding tomorrow and need a ride please check in with Mr. Janz if you have not already.

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Thanks for the great Career and Post Secondary Fair. A special thanks to Shannon McKay-MacKay from UNBC for organizing this. Our students were excited about the opportunity.

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~ Coast Mountain College Trade Foundation Opportunity ~ Feb 11th the school district will be taking interested students to Coast Mountain College in Terrace. The following trades will be the focus: • Automotive Service Technician • Carpentry • Electrical • Welding • Heave Mechanical Trades To attend signup on the signup sheet in the office.