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PARENT/TEACHER/STUDENT INTERVIEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2014

Parent/teacher/student interviews will take place on Thursday, November 6, 2014.  Please click here for information and instructions.

ORDER SCHOOL PHOTOS ONLINE AT MOUNTAIN WEST STUDIOS

Order school photos online at Mountain West Studios.  Use your sign-in code located at the top right corner of the photo proof sheet.  www.mountainwest.ca 

CANADIAN PARENTS FOR FRENCH (CPF)

Salut mes amis!  The next chapter meeting is on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 from 7:00 to 8:30 pm at Seaforth Elementary School (Staff Room), 7881 Government Road, Burnaby.  The Agenda will be posted on the CPF Burnaby Chapter Website prior to the meeting.  Everyone is welcome to attend!  Find out what the Burnaby Chapter is doing, offer suggestions on events you'd like to see in the future, find out how you can volunteer, meet new friends over a cup of tea!  Hope to see you there!  (The Burnaby Chapter Execs.)

CPF Burnaby:  www.cpf.bc.ca/burnaby/    Questions?  Comments:  [email protected]

IMPORTANT DATES

November

 

18

Math Contest AMC / Choir Voices 41

20

Term 1 Ends / Post secondary Info Evening

21

Math Contest CSMC / CIMC

25

Grad Class Photo 2015 MPX period 6

28

Professional Development Day

11

Remembrance Day (School Closed)

 

 

 

SPRING BREAK TRIP 2015

Moscrop, Alpha, Burnaby North, Byrne Creek, Burnaby South and Burnaby Mountain Secondary Schools are organizing a cultural experience school trip to Asia for 11 days next spring.  The program will take place from March 8 to 18, 2015 and has been organized by Jade Tours, a specialized agency that has assisted this program with previous successful educational travel programs.  This program is designed to give students an opportunity to travel to Asia.  We will be seeing elements of art, history and culture from visiting Japan and Korea.

The cost of the program at spring break is $3,080.  Virtually everything is included in this package cost except for visa, taxes, fuel surcharge, gratuities and travel insurance.  We will discuss pocket money and group fund at a later parent-participant meeting.

Registration is first come first serve due to limited space of 8 students per school for six schools.  Total number of students is 48 for the entire Burnaby School District.

Click on the links below for more information.  Please fee free to contact the program coordinator, [email protected], for any questions regarding this program.

 Parent Letter           Itinerary            Booking Conditions        
 Registration Form           Rules & Regulations           

Foreign students may need a travel VISA:

Travel VISA application-Japan 

Travel VISA application-Korea 

STUDENT FEES

Fees will be collected in the office during break times only - before and after school, nutrition and lunch breaks.  See Moscrop Student Fees for 2014-2015 for a complete fee schedule.  Students will receive an agenda planner - receipts will be issued. 

Parents have the option to pay for school activity fees, graduation fees, and yearbook online.  There is no cost to parents or to the school for this service.  If you pay for the school activity fee online, please encourage your child to come to the office to pick up an agenda planner.

Visit burnaby.schoolcashonline.com 

School Cash

Congratulations to Kennedy Neumann on winning first place in the Vancouver Writers' Festival Youth Writing Contest. Kennedy received a cash prize and her short story, "Alice is in the Swan Pond" will be published in The Claremont Review.  Click here to read the story.

Congratulations to Linda Da Hea Kim.  Linda's essay entry was selected for special recognition for the Center for Future Global Leaders' 2013 International Academic Competition.  Linda's essay was chosen from over 6,000 entries from across the USA, Canada and Korea.

Congratulations to our young geographer, Khalid Boudreau, who has qualified to compete in the Canadian Geographic National Contest. This is the second year in a row that Khalid has won the school competition and then qualified in the regional competition for the Nationals. We wish Khalid well has he takes on this challenge.

MOSCROP STUDENTS FUNDRAISE FOR ANIMAL RIGHTS

Read the news release for Abhishek Damania, Mikayla Gill and Charlotte Zhou

TERRY FOX RUN!

WELCOME BACK MOSCROP!

ENVIRO WEEK

  

SPOKEN WORD

 

 
 

 PSA - RISE AGAINST HOMOPHOBIA

 

 

GRADE 10 POEM PERFORMANCE

 

CAREER PROGRAMS

Industry Training Options - more details

Secondary School Apprenticeship Information Flyer

 

MOSCROP GRADE 8 SCHOOL SURVIVAL GUIDE

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