WestShore’s Langford campus will be closing our StoreFront classroom at 3:00pm today. All orientation sessions that were scheduled for this evening are postponed and students are being phoned to reschedule.
Please see below for the message regarding SD62 Schools & today’s weather conditions that was just sent out to all SD62 parents:
Due to the variability of today’s weather, we would like to update parents on the school district’s plans:
-Schools will remain open until the regular dismissal times.
-We expect buses to start at the regular times although there may be delays due to weather.
-Parents who can are encouraged to pick up their children early from school.
-Staff will remain in the schools until usual dismissal time, though we expect regular instruction may not be offered this afternoon as school populations decrease.
-If there are any further changes we will advise parents via e-mail and the district’s website.
-We encourage parents to listen to local media outlets for updates as well.
Principal – Distributed Learning & Adult Education
WestShore Centre for Learning
Juan de Fuca Distributed Learning
Tuesday, February 7th – Snow Day in the Sooke School District#62
All schools in the Sooke School District #62 on Tuesday, February 7th are closed due to snow conditions. Enjoy the day!
Notice to all students that the Storefront Classroom will be closed Wednesday, January 25th and Thursday, January 26th due to the provincial exam schedule. Regular Storefront Classroom hours will resume Monday, January 30th.
Please see the following link in regards to information about the district’s Academy information night:
Please see the following file in regards to procedures for new student registration of SD 62 (2017-2018):
Teachers of online courses will be on winter vacation from Saturday, December 17, 2016 until Monday, January 2, 2017. During this time, we encourage you to take a break and enjoy time with your family and friends. Teachers are not expected to do any marking or respond to emails during the break. Students are free to continue to work on their course(s) and submit assignments but marking will not resume until Tuesday, January 3, 2017. Please recognize that there may a delay before you receive your marked assignment(s) while teachers get caught up on their marking.
50% of proceeds support WestShore Centre for Learning students and programs. The sale is fully staffed by student and teacher volunteers.
Thurs Dec 1 – Tues Dec 13
Mon-Thurs 3-7 pm
Fri & Sat 10 am – 8 pm
Sun 10 am – 6 pm
Trees are all island grown and supplied by Saanichton Tree Farm. Sizes range from 2ft – 12 ft tall. Prices start at $10 and go up. CASH, VISA, MASTERCARD accepted.
Varieties of trees include: Cultured Douglas Fir (pruned and shaped, full trees), Wild Douglas Fir (the “Charlie Brown” tree), Grand Fir (the best smelling tree), Alpine Fir, Noble Fir, Spruce, Pine
Handcrafted items for sale by students and staff: Beeswax Mason jar candles, hand-made Arbutus wood and driftwood ornaments, organic flower seeds harvested from our school garden, crystal pendants and bracelets, baked goods, Purdy’s Chocolates.
We will also have biodegradable tree removal bags, tie downs, and shims available.
Please see the following letter to parents from the Superintendent in regards to this year’s Halloween Costume Policy:
All grade 9 students attend on the morning of Tuesday, September 6th.
All students attend on their regular schedule starting Wednesday, September 7th.
Tuesday morning classes start on September 6th. This includes Biology 12, Pre-Calculus Math 11, and the First Nations Graduation Program students. There are no afternoon classes on September 6th.
All daytime classes run on their regular schedule starting Wednesday, September 7th.
Evening courses will not start until the week of September 12th.
Space is still available in many classes and we are still taking new registrations – please call the office during office hours at 250-391-9002 to set up a registration appointment if you are interested in taking a class.