Monday, May 15, 2023

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Groups & Clubs

Rainbow Alliance meets today at lunch in room E107.

Ballet Club meets today after school from 2:15-3:00.

Magic: The Gathering meets today after school in the MPR.

The Future Health Professionals Club meet at lunch in room D110.



Congrats to the Ultimate team for placing 3rd at Islands last week. Good luck at the BC Senior Invite later this month!


Intramural Hockey

Intramural Hockey is back Tuesday in the gym, please check the schedule online using the QR code posted around the school or listen here for the schedule.  All games start at 11:35 and end at 11:55. Setting up and Clean up is done by all players and volunteers. Team Captains – please remind your team that at the end of each game, they clean up the benches and equipment goes back nicely into the equipment room.

We are back for our 3rd week of the regular season:

In GYM A, we have Teacher Team vs. Nanaimo Raiders  (Carson Prescesky refereeing and  Java and Amy scorekeeping).

In GYM B, we have the Special Squad vs. Sweet 16’s (Lincoln Sinclair refereeing and Andrew Beck scorekeeping).

There are no games on Thursday this week. Please see your team Captains for all rules and gameplay information.  Good luck to all teams and to all players, we are focused on a fun and sportsmanlike environment.

Have fun everybody!



Today we have the Moroccan chickpea soup for $3.50, the short order is the bbq chicken tacos for $5.00, with fries $7.50.  There is no entrée today.

The sandwich of the week is the meatball sub for $5.00.  Add a soup, salad or fries to your sandwich for an additional $2.50.



Service Hours:

The deadline for submitting service hours for this school year is Wednesday, May 31st.  Any service hours after that will need to be submitted next year.  Please use the google form for submitting your hours and get them in by the 31st.

Please note, this is only for hours of service to Dover Bay, not volunteer hours.  Please see Ms. James in D213 if you have any questions.



Each year, members of the Dover Bay graduating class nominate and select a student to speak on their behalf at Graduation. The student Valedictorian serves as a representative of the graduating class by presenting a speech to family members, staff and fellow students. To be a Valedictorian is a tremendous honor.  For specific criteria, see Google classroom or the grad newsletter that will be going out today.

The Valedictorian nomination process begins today, May 15th and closes on May 23rd. Students need to be nominated by a fellow student and teaching staff member. Nominees will be asked to write and present a 2–3-minute speech as part of their nomination.


Attention all Grade 11 & 12’s – looking for an interesting way to end your school year?

There will be a glow in the dark, Rainbow Masquerade happening on June 22nd for queer youth and their allies, at the Woodlands’ gym from 6 – 10 p.m.

This event will have a DJ, free glow paint, masks and photobooth available. Tickets will be sold at your office or online at for $5.00.

For more details see the posters around the school.


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