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Friday, May 24, 2013
GRADS walking the stage tonight… be at the church at 6:45pm. AND if you’re going to Dry Grad - LAST CHANCE to bring your bags in is at lunch today. Bring them to the MAIN GYM storage room.
SAVE THE WORLD and WIN A PRIZE! Next week is Bike to School Week. Staff and students that wish participate are encouraged to join the Yale Secondary Team. See Mr. Myles or Mr. Caron if you plan to bike to school next week! There will be a brief meeting at lunch today in B224. Get out, get involved, and represent our school!"
The senior girls rugby team is selling pizza in the front foyer today at lunch.
ALL library books are now due! Check the overdue list posted on the Yale website and make sure you are not on it. Any lost or damaged books must be paid for. Students who don't settle accounts will not get their yearbooks.
Would the following Link Leaders please see Mrs. Perrie in B103 at the beginning of lunch today in regards to Monday morning. Taylor Harms, Connor Harrison, Lexxy Hubbard, Gabrielle Krilow, & Abby Klassen
The following students NEED to see Mrs. Rajabally in room E210 right at the start of lunch today: Aneka Friesen, Renata Garcia-Paulin, Jocelyn Kerr, Carol Kwon, Marissa Lefler, Brianna Mairs, Trudy-Bridgette Smith, and Amy Zhao
There are still some basketball uniforms that haven't been returned. Your account has been charged and you won't be able to go to athletic banquet or get your year book until it is returned. You know who you are.
Girls Soccer: Your uniforms are to be returned to Mrs. Perrie in B103 today!
In the cafeteria this week:
Wed - Teriyaki chicken & rice $3.50
Thur 23 - Buy a Hamburger for $3 and get an ice cream cup for FREE !
Fri 24 - mac & cheese $2 and pizza pretzel $2
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Yale Grad off to UCLA!
Alexa Tielmann of Abbotsford’s Yale Secondary is set to begin her career with UCLA’s famed Bruins, which finished third at the national championships earlier this month. READ MORE. . .
Yale Student Library Overdue List May 17th 2012
Attached below is a current alphabetical list of student overdue books. Any students that have overdue books need to return them ASAP! ALL books are NOW due! If you have lost the book you can come and pay for it in cash at the Yale Library and it will be removed from your record. Any students who do not clear overdues will be placed on the "holdback list" and they will not receive their yearbook.
Canada Day In May at Yale!
Academic Olympians Before Their Time
Yale Secondary is sending students to the National Physics and Mathematic Olympiad Training Camps for the first time ever. Ji Sup Kim and Sungil Ahn join a long line of chemistry students before them as they head off to train for a possible place on the Canadian teams. What is particularly impressive is that neither student is in grade 12. Sungil is only in 9th grade. He has been invited to the University of Toronto to train for a possible spot a future Canadian Math Olympics team. This year's International Math Olympiad is in Buenos Aires. Sungil recently won the senior division of the UCFV math contest. Ju Sup is an 11th grade student. He has been invited to train at UBC for a possible position on this year's four member Canadian Physics Olympics team. The International Physics Olympiad will be held this July in Estonia. Ji Sup just returned from UBC with a trophy won at their annual Chemistry Lab Skills Competition. He was also a member of the Yale team that took first place this year at the Trinity Western Chemistry Olympiad. Yale has had five previous students on Canadian Chemistry Olympiad teams, three of whom have won medals at International Olympiads attended by teams from over 70 countries.
Gearbots Engineering Challenge!
Yale Secondary Grade 9 students Yuki Morimoto, left and Hayden Guilderson watch their robotics creation perform its tasks at the 18th annual BC SKills Competition April 18 at the Tradex in Abbotsford. More than 400 students from around the province competed at the annual event, which was also attended by Minister of Advanced Education Naomi Yamamoto. "Its taking the textbook and forgetting about it," said Dereck Dirom, Yale's robotics engineering instructor. "This is hands on."
Yale Garden Plant Sale!Please join us in the Yale Garden!
When: Saturday, May 26th 9:00am - 2:00pm rain or shine
Where: at the rear of the school
For sale: annuals, perennials, herbs and vegetables
Reasonable prices. Plants grown by our very own Horticulture 11 students.
Stage Crossing Quotes Not NeededCommencement this year will not include stage crossing quotes. For the few of you who already submitted them, many thanks. In an effort to keep the ceremony from edging close to four hours, we have streamlined a few things, including the use of stage crossing quotes.
Report Cards home and Early Dismissal days
Students will receive report cards at the end of the day on Monday, April 30.
Wednesday, May 2 and Thursday, May 3 are early dismissal days. School will be dismissed at 1:23pm to allow for parents and teachers to meet regarding their child(ren)'s progress. Please contact your child(ren)'s teachers to make these arrangements.
Yale defeats Marriott to win third straight provincial championship!
Yale will raise a third provincial championship banner to the rafters of ARC as they defeated Earl Marriott Secondary for the 2nd straight year. Earl Marriott, who boasts a solid rep calibre hockey academy, came out hard in front of a sold out Langley Sportsplex Tuesday night, scoring the first goal from Seattle Thunderbirds draft pick Jarrett Smith. Yale quickly tied it with a goal from Matt Revel. The Mariners took the lead once more, which was answered again by Yale by Michael Holub. Late in the 2nd period Austin Edwards scored a beautiful one-timer set up by Jake Virtanen giving Yale their first lead heading into the third period. JJ Virtanen added the "dagger" scoring top right corner which was followed by two more goals by Matty Revel.Yale has completed the "threepeat" and look forward to defending their title next year.