Italy - Fine Arts Trip 2019
The Fine Arts
Department is planning a trip to Italy next Spring Break, March 2019. Visiting
Rome, Florence, Venice and Verona. If you love history, art and music
join us with your parent Monday, June 4 at 7:00 PM in the Learning
Commons (Library). ALL STUDENTS ARE WELCOME! For more information contact Ms. Teresa Anton at
Japan 20192019 Dates: April 2 – 16th.Please contact Mike Forsyth @ email@example.com or Troy Burtt @ tburtt@sd44 for more information.2018 Japan Weblog: https://handsworthjapan2018.wordpress.com/
Applications to apply will be open to Grade 8s mid May.For more information please contact teacher organizer, please see Mr. Forsyth in Room 227 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be a parent/student information evening May 8th at 7:00 PM in the Learning Commons.
Tall Ships 2018
Hi Parents and Trainees,
Tall Ship Itinerary April 23 - 27, 2018: Tall Ship 2018 Itinerary.pdf
During the voyage the ship's route can be tracked online, and from time to time excerpts from the Captains' Logs will be posted. Here are the links to the tracking website for the trips:
The YB tracking device on the Pacific Grace is awaiting repair.
For this week, please follow our journey here Marine Traffic
Mr. Hansen, Tall Ship Sponsor
Paris - Barcelona 2019.pdf
Students interested in a trip to Barcelona and Paris during Spring Break next year (2019) are invited to an informational meeting Friday, April 6th in Room 143 (right next to the main office). Please contact Ms. Louise Owen at email@example.com for more information.
Italy 2018Students enjoyed a trip to Italy, March 13 to 21 visiting Venice, Florence and of course Rome! The highlights of the trip to Italy are available here: All Roads Lead to Rome!
Central Europe 2016
During spring break, 45 students and
4 teachers took a remarkable journey through Central Europe. Their itinerary
included Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, the Netherlands and the
Czech Republic. They summited Mount Pilatus in Lucerne, took a canal cruise
through Amsterdam, visited castles and monuments and enjoyed some of the finest
chocolate and cheese in the world. The focus of this trip was on modern
European history as the students learned about such things as the horrors of
World War 2 in Dachau, the Cold War in Berlin, and legacy of the Habsburgs in
Austria. The group would like to acknowledge the hard work put in by Mr.
Carlson to make this trip happen. For more details on the experience, please
visit the blog that was kept throughout the trip at https://.handswortheurope2016.wordpress.com