March Newsletter

Principal's Message


The school year has flown by and it is already Mid March! Hopefully, the spring weather will be quick to follow. Planning for the upcoming school year has already begun.

Your student will be receiving information to share with you to make appropriate decisions on course selections for the upcoming school year of 2021-2022. Please speak with your child regarding this information and watch for deadline announcements for these documents to be handed into the school office.

Graduation season is also right around the corner. If your student does not meet graduation requirements, they must speak to administration.

Important Dates:

March 18 - Parent Teacher Interviews

March 25 - Staff Meeting

April 2-11 - Spring Break (No school for students or staff)

April 21 - Staff Meeting

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Look for chocolates and coins around the school for prizes!
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MARCH 18TH will be parent teacher interview night! Please call the office to sign up for a time slot.

Counsellor's Corner

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Pink Shirt Day Highlights

Pink Shirt Day – February 24, 2021

Pink Shirt Day is a globally-recognized day to raise awareness about bullying which is a major problem in our schools, workplaces, homes, and online. Pink Shirt Day aims to raise awareness of these issues. The day began as a simple act of kindness, demonstrated by youth from a small town in Nova Scotia, Canada. Two teenage boys took a stand against classmates who were bullying another boy for wearing a pink shirt. They brought pink shirts for all of the boys in Grade 9 to wear on the same day, to show solidarity with the boy who had been bullied. The movement has now taken off and is recognized across the globe in a show of solidarity.

Pink Shirt Day 2021 is about working together and treating others with respect and dignity. We are working to raise awareness of bullying prevention and highlight where to turn if in need of help.

Follow the following hashtags on social media to learn more about this important movement #PinkShirtDay and #WhereToTurn.

W.R. Myers High School

R espect

E xcellence

B alance

E ffort

L oyalty

Mission: Inspiring Excellence

Our Philosophy:

As Rebels,

We believe students deserve the best education. We believe every person is important.

We believe every person has potential. We are engaged in learning.

We believe in lifelong learning.

We are a welcoming, safe and caring environment. We believe education must continually evolve.

We practice citizenship and respect.

We are compassionate community, focused on success. We take pride in our school.

We embrace diversity and practice inclusion. We develop opportunities for success.