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Agenda. Fundraising Doi Chang Coffee- please sell 4-10 each.. Feb. 23 rd Grad Car Wash- May 1 st 2011  Grad Fees overdue  Logo  Out of school activities  Theme- Midnight Maquerade Ball-Decorations  Venue Ceremony, Dinner and Dance- Curling Rink After Grad Activities- Rec Centre 

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agenda
Agenda
  • Fundraising
    • Doi Chang Coffee- please sell 4-10 each.. Feb. 23rd
    • Grad Car Wash- May 1st 2011 
  • Grad Fees overdue 
  • Logo 
  • Out of school activities 
  • Theme- Midnight Maquerade Ball-Decorations 
  • Venue
  • Ceremony, Dinner and Dance- Curling Rink
  • After Grad Activities- Rec Centre 
  • Program for June 11th/12th
  • Cinderella Project 
  • After Grad Guest Application  
  • Grad Write-ups  
  • Grad Song (copy of song and lyrics required) 
  • Valedictorian, Historian, and Master of Ceremonies/Musical Performance Application Forms 
  • Any other business
grad fundraisers
GRAD FUNDRAISERS

Doi Chaang Coffee

Car Wash

May 1st

Sunday

  • 50 % fair trade
  • Organic
  • Roasted in Canada
  • Supporting people living in the mountains of Thailand to build new schools
  • Please sell 4-10 bags each
  • $15 a bag
  • Due by TOMORROW
grad fees and grad logo
GRAD FEES AND GRAD LOGO

$110 or less

Overdue

See Mrs. Jorgensen or Mrs. Stacy in the office

LOGO

CREATED AND DESIGNED BY KEVAN HAYWARD

out of school activity
OUT OF SCHOOL ACTIVITY

PARENTS WANT TO KNOW, WHAT DO YOU WANT?

OTHER OPTIONS/POSSIBILITIES

76 responses

Zip Line- 30

Paintball- 36

Others

Camping

Relay for Life

  • RIVER RAFTING
    • SO FAR ONLY 8-10 PEOPLE
    • JUNE 4TH AND 5TH
    • COSTS $186
    • IS THIS WHAT YOU WANT?
sky trek adventure park
Sky Trek Adventure Park
  • Group Rates:
  • High Ropes Challenge: $35.00
  • Adventure Tower[climbing wall, log climb, sky swing, sky drop]: $43.00
  • High Ropes Challenge + Sky Drop OR Sky Swing: $48.00
  • Min. 10 students for group rates
  • 1 chaperone/10 students
  • Book 2 weeks in advance
  • ALL students must sign waiver (download at skytrekadventurepark.com)
  • Contact: 250-837-9477 / off-season: 250-837-8673 / between Sicamous and Revelstoke at The Enchanted Forest
bushwacker paintball
Bushwacker Paintball
  • Standard option: (not including paintballs)
  • 1 hr. : $15
  • 2 hrs. : $20
  • 3 hrs. : $25
  • 4 hrs. : $30
  • Paintball options:
  • Field, 500 rounds, $20
  • Mid-grade, 500 rounds, $23
  • Pro, 500 rounds, $25
  • Players with own equipment: $15 for all-day play
  • Contact: 250-542-1170 / 9511B North Hwy 97. Vernon, BC
safari ridge paintball
Safari Ridge Paintball
  • Group rates (min. 10 students):
  • $19.95/player
  • UNLIMITED GAMES!
  • No off-field paintballs allowed
  • Paintballs:
  • 50 bag: $3.55
  • 500 bag: $29.95
  • 2000 case: $99.95
  • Contact: 250-769-0239 / 2216 Horizon Drive, Westside Kelowna
theme is midnight masquerade ball
Theme is Midnight Masquerade Ball

Decorations

You want a voice? Come to the grad meetings.

Next one is Thursday, March 10th Room 202

  • Check in the office- decorations for tables/ ceremonies/after grad
venue
VENUE
  • GRADUATION CEREMONIES, DINNER AND DANCE
  • At the Curling Rink
  • AFTER GRAD ACTIVITIES
  • At the Recreation Centre
june 9 th
June 9th
  • THURSDAY JUNE 9TH Starting at 2:00
  • Students will called down to Room 130 – Mrs. Goyns to pick up their grad cap and gowns
  • $20 cash deposit is due at that time~it will be returned to you when you return your grad gown
  • Students will then be taken to the Lookout by bus for the traditional group grad photo.
  • Students will then be taken by bus to the Curling Rink for a rehearsal
    • Hang up grad gowns in PV change rooms
    • Rehearse entrance, seating, receiving diplomas, photo opportunities, etc
  • Students will then return by bus to Kal
    • Speakers will stay and practice their speeches
june 10 th
June 10th
  • FRIDAY, JUNE 10TH
  • 1:00 pm Informal friendship photos at Polson Park.
  • 3:00 pm Arrive at the Curling Rink and change into grad gowns (Changing rooms will be available). Students must dress formally under the grad gowns including dresses, dress pants, dress shirts and dress shoes.
  • NO INFORMAL WEAR. Grad caps will be carried, not worn, during the ceremony
  • 3:30 pm Line up for ceremony.
  • 4:00 pm Ceremony begins.
  • 6:30 pm Return gowns and collect $20 deposit. Students will keep their cap as a souvenir.
  • 6:45 pm Doors open for the banquet – Curling Rink
  • 7:00 pm Dinner is served.
  • 8:30 –11:00 Slide show, Student entertainment, and Dance
  • 11:00 pm Doors open for Dry After Grad - Vernon Rec Centre
  • 12:00 am Doors close for Dry After Grad.
  • 5:00 am Dry After Grad ends
cinderella project
Cinderella Project
  • Support for those in financial need
  • Application are in the office
  • Complete and hand in to Mrs. Knight or Mr. Mackenzie right away!!!!
guests
Guests
  • Grad Ceremonies
    • At the curling rink
    • Anyone can attend
  • Dinner
    • At the curling rink
    • 5 guests including the grad ($35 per ticket)
  • Dance
    • Grads and guests attending the banquet
  • After Grad Activities
    • At the Rec Centre
    • All grads are free
    • Guests of grads at minimal cost
    • Fill out application form by May 6th
    • Maximum of 2 years older or 2 years younger
grad write ups
Grad Write Ups
  • Mr. Krahn and Mrs. Anderson
  • E mail
    • bradkrahn@yahoo.ca
  • Criteria

a. sixty words or less in length. Unfortunately, due to the size of our grad class, all entries exceeding 60 words will be edited.

b. appropriate to the occasion. Remember, your grandmother is watching! All inappropriate entries will be replaced with a generic comment.

  • Due by: Friday, March 18th
grad song
GRAD SONG
  • To nominate a song that will help you to remember this year and your graduation from school . . .  
  • Select a song that you think has meaning to your grade, the year, or a special remembrance of your years in school.
  • Email a copy of the name and artist, lyrics and the song to mjorgensen@sd22.bc.ca by Friday, March 18th 2011
  • Grad Committee will short-list nominated songs and prepare the ballot. 
  • The Grad Song will be voted upon, by ballot, at the same time as the vote for the Grad speakers.
valedictorian
VALEDICTORIAN

DESCRIPTION

CRITERIA

high academic achievement

demonstrated leadership in school activities such as athletics, clubs, fine arts

excellent citizenship as evidenced by positive attendance, effort and discipline records

  • speaks at the formal grad ceremony (5-8 minutes)
  • represents grad class in honouring groups (parents, staff, community) who have helped graduates reach this achievement
  • may impart some “words of wisdom” to classmates as they go forward to the next stage of their lives
historian s
HISTORIAN(S)

DESCRIPTION

CRITERIA

good academic achievement

demonstrated leadership in school activities such as athletics, clubs, fine arts

good citizenship as evidenced by positive attendance, effort, and discipline records

a member of the grad class for a significant number of years, preferably since elementary school

appropriate demonstration of sense of humour

  • speaks at the banquet (5-8 minutes)
  • highlights the progress and achievements of the entire grad class from K – 12 in various areas (academics, service, fine arts, athletics)
  • includes as many different students/groups as possible
  • usually includes some humourous anecdotes
master or mistress of ceremonies
MASTER OR MISTRESS OF CEREMONIES

DESCRIPTION

CRITERIA

good academic achievement

demonstrated leadership in school activities such as athletics, clubs, fine arts

good citizenship as evidenced by positive attendance, effort, and discipline records

experienced in public speaking or presentations

  • ensures a smooth flow of events at the banquet (speakers, buffet, performances, thanks, dance)
  • reads a grace before the meal
  • introduces the historian, student performers
  • gives a toast to parents and to teachers
  • presents individual thanks to parents and teachers on behalf of the grad class
  • delivers announcements and instructions as needed
performers
PERFORMERS

DESCRIPTION

CRITERIA

accomplished/experienced in an entertainment area

good citizenship as evidenced by positive attendance, effort, and discipline records

  • provides after-dinner entertainment
  • must be a vocal music performance
  • maximum of two groups will be selected
  • accompaniment must be performed by live musicians (no tracks)
  • preference will be given to performers who write their own song about graduation, school friends, etc.
interested
INTERESTED?

WHAT TO DO

PROCESS

Members of Kalamalka staff will review the application forms

All students who meet the criteria will be put on the ballot

Members of grad committee will come to classrooms for your vote

  • Pick up an application form in the office 
  • write a short paragraph explaining why you believe you would be qualified for the above role as outlined in the criteria on the form.
  • Complete the application form and return to the office by Friday March 18th , 2011.
grad legacy
GRAD LEGACY

GRAD LEGACY 2010

  • Place a 1next to your first choice and a 2 next to your second choice  

Donation to Children's Hospital New couch Microwave(s) Coffee Table Trees

  • Two points will be awarded for your first choice/One point will be awarded for your second choice