NPSS Students Qualify for Canada’s Most Informed Student Competition 2016

NPSS Students Ashley Sadowsky and Reena Marie Bidulka  qualified for Canada’s Most Informed Student Final Round Oct 17- Nov 25! Winners get ChatterHigh scholarships! Congrats and best of luck in the Finals!!!

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NPSS PAC Meeting – Oct 4th

The next PAC meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 4th at 7:00 PM in the NPSS Library.

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BC Post Secondary Institution Visit ~ Tuesday, Oct. 4th

BC Post Secondary Institutions will be holding a mini-fair in the NPSS gym the morning of Oct. 4th from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. The following institutions will be in attendance:

Canadian Forces

Nicola Valley Institute of Technology

College of New Caledonia

Northern Lights College

Okanagan College

Thompson Rivers University

University of British Columbia

University of Northern British Columbia

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NPSS Sports Update

Congratulations to our NPSS athletes over the weekend:

Sr. Girls Volleyball team finished 2nd in Grimshaw

Sr. Boys Volleyball team finished 4th in Grimshaw

Jr. Girls Volleyball team finished 5th in Prince George

Next Action:

Sr. Volleyball teams have a couple weekends off.

Jr. Girls Volleyball team will be in Chetwynd Sept. 30-Oct. 1st.

 

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Attention Grads

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North Peace Secondary is proud to offer the 2016~2017 NPSS Letterman Jacket and Grad Hoodie. Orders will take place during the month of October through the office and Spirit Wearz table.

grad hoodie order form

letterman order form

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NPSS Athletic News

Sr. Boys and Girls Volleyball teams both finished 5th at the Big Red in Grande Prairie. They will be in Grimshaw this Friday and Saturday. Jr. Girls Volleyball will be in Prince George this weekend.

Cross-Country Running team was in Dawson Creek.  NPSS students did great: Open Womens (6.5 km) 1. Bailey Haugan.  Senior Boys (6.5 km) 2. Tate Haugen 4. David Shipalesky Senior Girls (4.3 km) 1. Kenzie Chilcott 2. Jaston Stockall

Boys Soccer team was in Prince George. Boys finished in first place in Prince George this weekend. Winning games against Nechako Valley 8-0, Westside Academy 6-0, Fort St James 4-1, and beating the Burns Lake team 3-0 in the final. Tournament all stars were Gage Adkins and Charles Uko. Jerry Gbodume and Zach L’Heuruex also had a fantastic tournament. Well done boys.

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NPSS Spirit Event – Wacky Sock Day

On Friday, Sept. 16th, students are encouraged to show their school spirit by wearing their wacky socks! Those that participate can enter their names into a draw for some cool prizes!

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Help US Stay Connected With You!!!

In an effort to stay connected with parents, we ask for current contact information.  At this time, teachers are trying to create email lists to share information with their student’s parents (eg. attendance, assignment deadlines, progress, etc.).  Please ensure that our office has your current contact information (eg. phone number, cell number, email, etc.) so that they can keep you up to date with what’s happening in class! We would like to have this information as soon as possible!!!

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Attention Grads

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Order your commemorative Grad Hoodie or Grad Letterman Jacket today!  Visit the Office or see Mr. Gill for more information!

Letterman Order Form

Grad Hoodie Order Form

 

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Letter from the Minister of Education ~ Mike Bernier

Letter From Minister Mike Bernier ~ 2016/2017

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