School Calendar

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Grade 11 & 12 Awards Evening

Time: All Day

7:00 pm at Festival Place

French Immersion Mass

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Fortitude Bonding Night

Time: 3:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Catholic Education Sunday

Time: All Day

Early Dismissal

Time: 2:06 pm - 3:11 pm

Remembrance Day Celebration

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Fall Break

Time: All Day

Fall Break

Time: All Day

Fall Break

Time: All Day

Fall Break

Time: All Day

Fall Break

Time: All Day

BUCPS Meeting

Time: 7:00 am - 8:00 am
Location: Library

Drama 30 Production

Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Festival Place

ABJ Theatre would like to invite your group to our upcoming performance of Unity (1918) by Kevin Kerr, at Festival Place on November 27 and 28. In the fall of 1918, a world ravaged by four years of war was suddenly hit by a mysterious and deadly plague—the “Spanish Flu.” The illness struck not only the young and the elderly, but also people in the prime of their lives, advancing rapidly toward mortality in its victims. This phenomenon in effect brought the terror, the panic, the horror and the sense of helplessness of the Great War home with the returning soldiers—more people died of this epidemic than had been killed in battle throughout the armed conflict.

As fear of the dreaded flu begins to fill the town of Unity with paranoia, drastic measures are taken. The town is quarantined in an attempt to keep the illness out. Trains are forbidden to stop, no one can enter, and the borders are sealed. Mail from overseas, feared to be carrying the deadly virus, is gathered and then burned. But when the disease descends upon the town despite their precautions, the citizens begin to turn on each other as they attempt to find a scapegoat for the crisis.

Very little has been written about this worldwide calamity which, more than the war itself, destroyed forever the genteel and naive presumptions of European colonial society at the beginning of the twentieth century. Kevin Kerr offers audiences not only an epic chronicle of this forgotten chapter of Canadian history, but a chilling preview of the beginnings of our own new century.

An excellent supplement to school units of study on Canadian history, the play is a gothic romance, filled with dark comedy and the desperate embrace of life at the edge of death.

NOTE: THIS PERFORMANCE IS SUITABLE FOR GRADES 6-12.

Drama 30 Production

Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Festival Place

ABJ Theatre would like to invite your group to our upcoming performance of Unity (1918) by Kevin Kerr, at Festival Place on November 27 and 28. In the fall of 1918, a world ravaged by four years of war was suddenly hit by a mysterious and deadly plague—the “Spanish Flu.” The illness struck not only the young and the elderly, but also people in the prime of their lives, advancing rapidly toward mortality in its victims. This phenomenon in effect brought the terror, the panic, the horror and the sense of helplessness of the Great War home with the returning soldiers—more people died of this epidemic than had been killed in battle throughout the armed conflict.

As fear of the dreaded flu begins to fill the town of Unity with paranoia, drastic measures are taken. The town is quarantined in an attempt to keep the illness out. Trains are forbidden to stop, no one can enter, and the borders are sealed. Mail from overseas, feared to be carrying the deadly virus, is gathered and then burned. But when the disease descends upon the town despite their precautions, the citizens begin to turn on each other as they attempt to find a scapegoat for the crisis.

Very little has been written about this worldwide calamity which, more than the war itself, destroyed forever the genteel and naive presumptions of European colonial society at the beginning of the twentieth century. Kevin Kerr offers audiences not only an epic chronicle of this forgotten chapter of Canadian history, but a chilling preview of the beginnings of our own new century.

An excellent supplement to school units of study on Canadian history, the play is a gothic romance, filled with dark comedy and the desperate embrace of life at the edge of death.

NOTE: THIS PERFORMANCE IS SUITABLE FOR GRADES 6-12.

Drama 30 Production

Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Festival Place

ABJ Theatre would like to invite your group to our upcoming performance of Unity (1918) by Kevin Kerr, at Festival Place on November 27 and 28. In the fall of 1918, a world ravaged by four years of war was suddenly hit by a mysterious and deadly plague—the “Spanish Flu.” The illness struck not only the young and the elderly, but also people in the prime of their lives, advancing rapidly toward mortality in its victims. This phenomenon in effect brought the terror, the panic, the horror and the sense of helplessness of the Great War home with the returning soldiers—more people died of this epidemic than had been killed in battle throughout the armed conflict.

As fear of the dreaded flu begins to fill the town of Unity with paranoia, drastic measures are taken. The town is quarantined in an attempt to keep the illness out. Trains are forbidden to stop, no one can enter, and the borders are sealed. Mail from overseas, feared to be carrying the deadly virus, is gathered and then burned. But when the disease descends upon the town despite their precautions, the citizens begin to turn on each other as they attempt to find a scapegoat for the crisis.

Very little has been written about this worldwide calamity which, more than the war itself, destroyed forever the genteel and naive presumptions of European colonial society at the beginning of the twentieth century. Kevin Kerr offers audiences not only an epic chronicle of this forgotten chapter of Canadian history, but a chilling preview of the beginnings of our own new century.

An excellent supplement to school units of study on Canadian history, the play is a gothic romance, filled with dark comedy and the desperate embrace of life at the edge of death.

NOTE: THIS PERFORMANCE IS SUITABLE FOR GRADES 6-12.

PD Day

Time: All Day

Early Dismissal

Time: 2:06 pm - 3:11 pm

Christmas Break

Time: All Day

Christmas Break

Time: All Day

Christmas Break

Time: All Day

Christmas Break

Time: All Day

Christmas Break

Time: All Day

Christmas Break

Time: All Day

Christmas Break

Time: All Day

Christmas Break

Time: All Day

Christmas Break

Time: All Day

Christmas Break

Time: All Day

Last Day of Classes Semester 1

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Semester 2 - First Day

Time: All Day

Early Dismissal

Time: 2:06 pm - 3:11 pm

Teachers' Convention

Time: All Day

School Closed

Teachers' Convention

Time: All Day

School Closed

PD Day - No School

Time: All Day

Family Day

Time: All Day

No School

Ash Wednesday

Time: All Day

Early Dismissal

Time: 2:06 pm - 3:11 pm

PD Day

Time: All Day

No School

PD Day

Time: All Day

No School

Spring Break

Time: All Day

Spring Break

Time: All Day

Spring Break

Time: All Day

Spring Break

Time: All Day

Spring Break

Time: All Day

Early Dismissal

Time: 2:06 pm - 2:06 pm

Good Friday - No School

Time: All Day

Easter Monday - No School

Time: All Day

Early Dismissal

Time: 2:06 pm - 3:11 pm

PD Day

Time: All Day

No School

Victoria Day - No School

Time: All Day

French Immersion Graduation Weekend

Time: All Day

French Immersion Graduation Weekend

Time: All Day

Graduation Mass

Time: All Day

Early Dismissal

Time: 2:06 pm - 3:11 pm

Last Day of Classes Semester 2

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day

Exam Week

Time: All Day