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Announcements……… Friday, May 17, 2013
Are you interested in attending summer school in July? Summer school registration forms are now available in the counseling center. Early registration is for the next two weeks.
Grads who are planning on attending convocation ceremonies on Friday, May 24, must have their $50 convocation fee paid by this Friday or you will be taken off the list and not able to participate. If you are planning not to attend convocation, please see your counselor this week to let them know.
The following students need to see Ms. Chan today: Chen Wang, Andrew Chen, David Koo, James Luo, and Susan Yu.
All International Students are invited to a pizza lunch next Wednesday in Ms. Chan's room.
Andy Lee, Nafeel Ahmed, Bailey Marshall and Amanda Ghag -- please see Miss Hayhoe in B121.
Congrats to the Yale track and field team on a gruelling but great week at the Fraser Valleys. Numerous team members had their best performances of the season with many qualifying for the BCs. Hats off to Eddie "the Machine" Masic in the triple jump, Abraham "the rocket launcher" Falls in the Javelin and Anna "faster that a hummingbird" Holota in the 800 and 1500. Athlete of the meet was Connor "the renaissance man" Harrision who, after setting two massive personal best in the 400, came back with with a strong anchor-leg in the 4 by 400 relay to help his team defeat cross-town rivals Mouat. Congrats all. All team members must see Mr. Wight sometime today.
Attention ALL students. ALL library books are due today! Any lost, or damaged texts must be paid for by today. Students who do not return their books will be billed and placed on the "Yearbook holdback list"
In the Cafeteria today: Cafe closed for CDIM
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Yale Students are "Head of the Class"!
The Province Newspaper recognizes Yale Grads Kristof Schlagintweit and Alexa Tielmann for their outstanding achievements.
Saturday Prom Plans!
Rain is forecast for Saturday so we are setting up the photographer in the gym. Snacks and drinks will be available for grads and parents so you can mingle and take pictures out of the rain. A second photographer will be available to take candid shots all afternoon. Grads can arrive at the school starting at 1:30. We will start loading the buses at 4:00.
Updated Exam Schedule - June 14
June 2012 Exam Schedule
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.