Grads, voting for “most likelies” ends today. Find the link to the superlatives Form on the Sands App. You can also make up a creative one for yourself and let yearbook know in the survey form. Today’s the last day!
Could all grade 8, 9 and 10 students please check their Deltalearns email and fill out the music form survey for the yearbook team
Are you more of a Ruy Lopez or Queen’s Gambit type of player? Come find out at Chess Club. Mr. Fahrmann will be hosting chess club every Tuesday and Thursday at lunch in Room 314. Bring a friend to see who has what it takes to dominate one of the oldest games on earth. All skill levels are welcome.
Attention Soccer players! Why worry about the weather when you can come play futsal Wednesday after school? Drop-in futsal is open to all Sands students and will take place Wednesday from 3-4pm in the canteen. Please see Mr. Jamieson if you have any questions.
Congratulations to the Model UN Club who had a good showing at their first conference downtown this weekend with hundreds of other students across Vancouver. If you’d like to know more about Model UN, come to the lunch meeting on Thursday in room 209
Congratulations to the Sands Ethics Bowl team for taking second place in a regional Ethics Bowl competition hosted by Simon Fraser University on Saturday. The event, titled Democracy in Our Backyard, was held at SFU’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue in Vancouver and featured teams from around the Lower Mainland. The Sands team of Daryush Billimoria, Mason Carter, Geoffrey Nathan, Isitha Tennakoon, and Garrett Woodson were outstanding all day, with their narrow loss to the eventual tournament winners being the only blemish on their record. Way to go Sands!