Secondary Principal’s Blog

January 21, 2022, Update

Christina Powers, Secondary School Principal

Today marks the end of the first semester. With the close of this semester, we look forward to transitioning to in-person learning.  Starting on Monday we will have the following grade levels on campus throughout the week. You will note that the start and end times for the day have been altered.  School starts at 8:30 and ends at 2:20. Students on transition days can enter the campus at 7:45 but will need to be off-campus by 3:00 unless they complete the facility usage form. An updated schedule with times and zoom links will be sent to students on Friday, January 21st.

Please remember that social distancing, hand washing, and mask-wearing will be a part of our routine. Food services will not be available, so please bring your lunch.  

What to bring on the first day back to in-person:

  • Lunch or snacks
  • Water Bottle
  • Computer
  • Pen and Notebook
  • Extra Mask
Monday  Tuesday Wednesday  Thursday  Friday 
 Grade 6 All grades on-line Grade 9 & 10 Grade 11 & 12 Grade 7, 8
All other grades on-line All other grades on-line All other grades on-line All other grades on-line

Message from our Counselors 

The new semester will not only bring transitions but the start of new beginnings!
Starting on Tuesday and Thursday, January 25th and 27th and running the rest of the semester, we will offer counseling and peer tutor drop in opportunities for students, parents and teachers.  This means you can just drop in when you want to!
For details, watch this short video or read below:
Times:  Tuesday and Thursdays from 2:30 to 4 pm
Where: zoom link sent to students
Purpose:  To offer access to the middle and high school counselor and tutoring for your child.
Set up:  There will be juniors and seniors available to help students with their school work and the middle and high school counselor will be available to talk about whatever you want!  We will talk/work in breakout rooms to ensure privacy.


Once again we are excited to have some of our students back on campus. If you have any questions, please email the