The District 19A LEOS spring conference is back this year! Meet other Leos from all around the district and take part in listening to motivational keynote speakers, Raffle Prizes (which include large stuffed animals and Xbox games), and the Contest and Awards that takes place after the event!
Date: Saturday, April 26th 2014
Time: Conference runs from 9:30AM -11:30AM, Contest and Awards from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM.
We will be meeting up at Edmonds station at 8:30 and taking the skytrain there together.
Location: Executive Hotel (Lougheed)
If you are interested in attending shoot us an email at email@example.com
RSVP ASAP, seating is limited!!
The Byrne Creek Famine is an overnight event that will be held at school from Friday, April 10th to Saturday April 11th, where students will have a firsthand experience of what it’s like to not eat for a prolonged time, in this case approximately 30 hours. With the minimum $25 pledge donation, the proceeds will go towards providing sustainable agriculture needs in Cambodia through the Hope International Development Agency, a local non-profit organization. These efforts will provide for families an armload of sturdy gardening tools, a large quantity and variety of grain and vegetable seeds, and the training needed in order to grow abundant crops this year and for years to come. Join us by filling out a Byrne Creek Famine Permission Form and handing it in to Ms. Fujiki’s room by April 4th! All Byrne Creek students are invited! Hope to see you there!
Just a heads up that the Justice High Conference is happening on Saturday, March 1st! Justice High is a free event, featuring a series of symposiums for youth in high school to explore how they can become changemakers in their community. Global Stewardship students from Capilano University will engage youth through interactive workshops that educate, inspire, and promote taking action! Youth will have the ability to sign up for various workshops throughout the day. Each workshop includes a key component that promotes and provides the resources for students to take action both personally and organizationally.
Interested? Make sure to register on http://www.globalstewproject.org/justice-high.html