Grad 2021

In accordance with Provincial Guidelines, our grad ceremonies and events have been modified.

We are very proud of the Grad Class of 2021, and we hope you join us in celebrating their accomplishments and wishing them the very best in the future.

Here are the links and information you will need for your Grad 2021 experience:


General Information:

Grad Groupings June 2021

Grad Newsletter June 10, 2021


Office 365 Warning!  Grads, Take Note!

Over the course of the summer, your Office 365 accounts will be deactivated.

Some of the links on this page are only available to you with your Office account, so you need to ACT NOW if you want to save some of these memories for your family.

You should also download anything else of importance from your school account.    Resumés?  Creative writing?  Personal projects?  Samples of your finest work?  Download files NOW.

Your files cannot be recovered after your account is gone.


Media Links:

Recordings of the speeches and the grad ceremonies will be posted here after they happen.  Please check back for updates.

In the meantime, here are some links to recent school/Grad events:

Some links will require a student @sd19.bc.ca account.

2021 RSS Awards Ceremony Grad Appreciation Day 2021: Media Links

June 29th: Speeches and Grad Parade

Grad Speeches: Office 365 Grad Parade: Office 365

New!!! Videos now Available on YouTube

Grad Speeches: YouTube Grad Parade: YouTube

New!!! Grad Parade Photos

Grad Parade Photos: Office 365 Grad Parade Photos: Alexi Mostert Photography

Note: The password to access Alexi’s photos is ‘revelstoke’.  These photos are free to download or you can purchase prints through her store.  Thanks, Alexi!


New!!!  Grad Ceremony Videos

We hope that you were able to see our live streams of the Grad Ceremonies on June 30th.

Here are links to view the videos from the day:

Ceremony: Grads A – F

 

Ceremony: Grads G – N

 

Ceremony: Grads P – Z

 

MMIWG

To honour the lives of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, Sophia Laurence and Ella Hardy created REDdress, an art installation on the Riverside trail at the Forestry Museum.

For more information, click here to read the article in the Revelstoke Mountaineer.

Thanks to Lisa Moore and Rob Buchanan for the assistance and the photos.

Okanagan College Visit – June 7th

Okanagan College will Visit RSS on June 7th

There will be an OC Information table outside on the balcony at lunch on June 7th.

You can learn about the programs being offered in Revelstoke and Salmon Arm including the following:

  • Administrative Assistant Program – distance/online
  • Welding course starting in August in Salmon Arm (5 spots left!)
  • Sustainable Building Technology Diploma – potential program to be offered in Revelstoke fall 2022
  • Tourism Management Diploma – Fall 2022
  • Education Assistant Certificate – January 2022

Bike to School!

Each week, we see lots of students choosing to ride their bikes to school.  This is ‘GoByBike’ week in BC and this means that your good bike habit might win you a prize!

If you ride your bike this week, please write your name on the sheets in the common area and place a checkmark on the days that you ride your bike.

Daily Announcements

 

June 25th-June 30th, 2021

Project Completion Days and Grad


Library:

Please bring in your library books!  Our inventory is underway, and it’s best if you have a clean slate for next September.

Grads, you will need to pay for any missing items before you receive your cap and gown.


Media Links for Grad Appreciation Day 2021

Grads!  If you would like to see the video or download photos of you and your friends, please use this link for Grad Appreciation Day.


COVID-19:

Here is your daily reminder to keep physical distances, mask in all indoor spaces, and practice good hand hygiene.

In addition to the guidelines above, here are our current protocols:

  • Masks are to be worn in classrooms and our inside spaces at all times.
  • Unless it is raining, lunches will be eaten outside the building. 

Tree Planting Opportunity

Any students in Grades 10-12 interested in learning about tree planting, this is a great opportunity to gain some hands-on experience with forestry professionals in our local area. This is a perfect thing to include on a resume to increase your potential for work in this sector.

When: Wednesday May 19th. 8:45 – 12:15
If you would like to attend, please speak with your class teacher about missing their class this day.

To register please email Ms. Scheiber at kscheiber@sd19.bc.ca

Permission forms will be available for pickup at the office.

Tree Planting

EFMA Bursaries – $1000

The Educational Facility Managers Association of British Columbia is pleased to offer five $1,000.00 bursaries to graduates of the 2020/2021 school year. Our association is comprised of administrative and management personnel of school districts who are responsible for construction, maintenance and custodial services, etc.  These bursaries are offered to secondary students completing their grade 12 year who will enter a recognized post secondary educational institution in the 2020/2021 term. Bursaries will be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and/or special needs.

Here are the documents with more information:

2021 APPLICATION FORM – EFMA bursary

2021 Bursary Information