NPSS hosted our home tournament this weekend. The NPSS Sr. Girls Volleyball lost to Glenmary in the quarter-finals and the Jr. Girls lost to Dawson Creek in the quarter-finals. Dawson Creek 1st, Chetwynd 2nd and Glenmary 3rd. The NPSS Sr. Boys Volleyball team won all 5 sets against Dawson Creek on Friday night.
NPSS Boy’s soccer team won Zones in Dawson Creek and have qualified for Provincials.
We had 10 students competing at the Cross-Country Running Zones in Quesnel and all of them have qualified for Provincials.
Sr. Volleyball teams are in Dawson Creek this Friday and Saturday.
Jr. Girl’s Volleyball team will be in Prince George this Friday and Saturday.
The 2017 Skills Canada Regional competition will take place on Friday Feb. 17, 2017 at the Northern Lights College in Dawson Creek. Download the attached document to learn more about this amazing opportunity!
NPSS students braved the cold and the snow to see real working conditions for many of these folks who work within the wide and varied industry of forestry. With lots of hands on activities and lots of hot chocolate students had a great time and gained many valuable insights into the awesome opportunities within the forestry industry. Thanks so much to Canfor, The Council of Forestry Industries, the BC Wildfire Service and Archer CRM for teaching students about employment opportunities within the forestry sector.
Students in Mr. Churchill’s Robotics put their skills to the test today, putting their creations into battle with their peers’ robots while navigating an obstacle course. Learning never looked so fun!!!
The Ministry of Education has approved the District’s plan for the student transportation investment. With this approval they are now able to reimburse parents who have paid the 2016/17 transportation registration fee.
They are planning on having cheques in the mail by the end of next week (Oct 14th).