Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018
Location: Moscrop Secondary School
Time: 6:15 – 6:40pm
Learning Support Services Presentation (Library)
Course Selection Presentation (Large Gym)
Department Displays (Large Gym)
Optional school tours available during department displays (leaving every 5 minutes) for any parents interested. Meet at the display table labelled “TOURS” beside the Leadership table. Tours will start at 7:20pm.
Topics included in presentations:
- Course Selection
- Support for Students
Believe it or not we have now reached the time where we start thinking about course registration for the next school year!
In this time of rapid technological change course and program opportunities are also changing for our students.
Are you, or your child interested in finding out more about program options and careers in: New Information Technologies, the Gaming Industry, Post-secondary Health Sciences, the Digital Arts, Robotics, Trades, or Service Industries?
Burnaby Schools Career Education Programming provides great opportunities for students in grades 9/10, 11 & 12 to gain knowledge and skills that can lead to industry certification, apprenticeship, and the development of a portfolio. These options can offer post-secondary credits and/or support application to post-secondary programs or lead to employment.
Come meet our program teachers, industry employers and the post-secondary community on Wednesday, January 24 and learn more about technical and professional careers and the educational pathways that lead to success in these industries!
Hope to see you on January 24 – Burnaby Central at 6:30 pm. (Please click HERE for the E-Flyer.)
Burnaby School District
Here, you can read scientific articles based on newly published scientific documents, news, and interviews. As you read the articles, you may find that you can connect their ideas and topics to what you have learned, or are currently learning at school. Reading this journal can hopefully give you a better understanding of their applications, and a deeper understanding of the subjects. In this edition, you can read our interview with Mr. Sidney, introduce yourself to space, learn about fossils, noble prizes, and enjoy our funny science jokes!
Moscrop Science Journal Edition 1
Do you want to write an article?
Students can research and write about new and interesting scientific topics with the help of teachers, and publish them in the science journal! If you are interested in writing articles, or have any ideas for topics to write about, email us or ask our sponsor teacher, Ms. Lange, for more information.
In preparation for the upcoming course registration for the 2018/2019 school year, Moscrop will be hosting an AP Parent Information Evening. The purpose of this meeting is to give you an overview of what the AP Program is and how it can benefit your child. We offer AP courses in all five major academic areas including social studies, mathematics, languages, arts, and science.
Advanced Placement® courses are college-level courses offered in grades 11 & 12. They can give your child a taste of what college is like and can help your child stand out on college applications. Not only that, but scoring well on the AP® Exam can get your child college credit, placement out of introductory courses or both, potentially saving thousands of dollars in tuition and fees.
We invite you and your child to attend our AP Night Information Session on Thursday January 18, 2018 from 6:00-7:00pm (in the Library) to learn about the AP program at Moscrop. We look forward to sharing information with you and helping you learn how AP can help your child achieve their college and career goals.
Looking forward to seeing you there!