Course Selection 14-15
Course Selection for the 2014-15 school year is well under-way. If your child has not yet handed in their course selection sheet please download a copy from our website, fill it out and return it to the school office right away.
Course Selection Sheets
DRSS is pleased to announce that we will be offering a Grade 8/9 Soccer Academy as of September 2014. Our goal is to enhance a player’s confidence, individual playing skills, self-esteem and leadership while giving them opportunities in both academics and athletics beyond the regular classroom. Our role is to provide additional training for soccer players, male or female, beginners or advanced, competitive or recreational, who wish to improve on their soccer skills. The Soccer Academy will provide ongoing additional training to the physical and tactical aspects of skills taught within their regular soccer club team training. Students enrolled in the Academy will have regularly scheduled on-field times within their timetable, September to June, while earning credit for Physical Education. In addition to on-field sessions, students will be involved in soccer-related classroom instruction.
Please click the following link for a Soccer Registration Form.
As you know your son / daughter was took part in a week long project from January 27th-30th and then spent a day (Monday Feb 3rd) rehearsing, presenting and evaluating their projects. The Grade 8 class studied the Middle Ages and Grade 9 the Industrial Revolution.
This is the second year that we have done this type of project and we made significant changes this year due to student, teacher and parent feedback. This year we are also looking for your feedback. Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey. There are only a few questions.
Click here to take survey
1) Future PAC Date: Jan.14th, Feb. 11th, March 11th, April 11th, May 13th, and June 10th
2) PAC Executive: Chair– Barb Cooke, Secretary– Judy Riddle, Treasurer– Kim Lacombe
Our Issues in Adolescence evening was a huge success with over 80 parents in attendance. Feedback has been very positive and we have received a number of requests for a follow up presentation. Please check out our “Useful Links” tab on our school website home page. Simply click the parent tab and scroll down to the link. There you will find a number of internet links for parents to obtain information regarding issues faced by today’s adolescents including anxiety, stress, eating disorders, self harm, as well as other issues. If you have any questions regarding these or any other matters please contact Mr. Thomson (school counsellor) at email@example.com or Mr. Pascuzzi (school principal) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Parents and Guardians,
The Squamish Mental Health Partnership and School District #48 are sponsoring a Community Parent Information evening “Current Issues in Adolescence”. This event has been planned over the past year in response to the many questions parents have regarding their children around issues such as anxiety, self harm, eating disorders etc.
The panel discussion will be led by one of our local psychiatrists Katherine Wynn, Public Health Nurses, Jenn Bridge, Nancy Skukus, Judy Dunn from Child and Youth Mental Health and Stan Thomson from Don Ross.
This event is scheduled for 7:00 to 8:30pm Tuesday, November 19th at Don Ross Secondary School and all parents in our community are welcome to attend.