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Annual Grad Red Carpet

Friday, May 22

3:00 - 4:-00 pm (prior to the Banquet and Dance)

North Delta Secondary School


Limousines will drop Grads off at the South East entrance to the front parking lot on 82nd (the lot will be closed for the day in preparation).  Grads will then "walk the red carpet", parading along the red walkway, in front of the viewing hill and on to the front of the school.  This is a great opportunity to meet with fellow Grads, as well as have pictures taken with family, friends, and teachers.


Upon drop off, limousines will park in the back parking lot and along 83rd, returning to the front parking lot at 4:00 to pick up students and take them downtown for the Banquet and Dance.


In the case of rain, the Red Carpet will move inside to the foyer.

The ND Concert Band Performs at Seaquam.  

This event was the 3rd and final District Music Night for the 2014/15 year.

This concert is always held on the first Monday in May - a day set aside as "Music Monday", an annual national event advocating for music education.  On this day each year, music students from all across Canada participate in various concerts & events celebrating and emphasizing the importance of music in our lives.

 

ND’s Older Guidance Group (OGG) Makes a Difference

 

North Delta Secondary’s Older Guidance Group (OGG) is a group of grade 11 students that are working towards promoting healthy relationships and safe schools in Delta. Recently, they visited Elementary Feeder Schools to give presentations to all grade 6 and 7 classes about preventing bullying and creating a healthy school environment. The sixteen grade 11 students went through a rigorous 2 day training process with The Red Cross’s Beyond the Hurt Program.  It was an amazing accomplishment for these grade 11 students to present for an entire morning (three hours) with the aim of educating younger students on healthy relationships through direct instruction, activities, games, discussion, and multimedia.  The OGG members kept students interested and engaged by making the lessons fun and by sharing their own personal stories. They were able to make individual connections with these younger students and make them feel more comfortable with their transition to North Delta Secondary next year. Ms. Gillis and Ms. Cipriano are the teacher sponsors and could not have been more proud of the OGG. “To see the amount of time and effort these grade 11’s have put into preparing and delivering these presentations really makes me feel overjoyed with what they have accomplished.  The younger students demonstrated their comfort levels in the classes by sharing their stories, asking questions and contributing their insights,” said Ms. Gillis. The elementary students gave the OGG  lots of positive feedback including this comment written by a grade 7: “It was a very fun experience. They were really nice and I learned a lot about what I can do to prevent bullying. I am really looking forward to going to ND next year.” The OGG members include: Aaron Cabebe, Angela Knowles, Rachelle Castillo, Jasmine Sidhu, Riya Arora, Jesneet Nanner, Manroop Sahota, Jada Beaton, Deepak Ranouta, Liveleen Khunkhun, Meghan Bola, Parwaz Brar, Josh Catubay, Mohkam Malhi, Priyansh Malik and Ramneek Kang.  In the future, they will be organizing some more activities to connect with the junior students including the ND grade 7 tour in May.