1920’s Hollywood Dance

On Thursday November 24th, the PVSS Leadership team will be hosting a “1920’s Hollywood” Dance. Join us in the Student Center between 6 & 8pm.

Tickets are $3 in advance and $5 at the door. Refreshments will be available at the Snack Shack.

Teen assaulted in Sicamous

SD83 would like to make parents and students aware of an incident which took place in Sicamous on Friday afternoon.

According to an RCMP press release a 14-year-old youth was sexually assaulted near Parkview Elementary School and Parkland Mall in Sicamous.

Sicamous RCMP say the victim, a 14-year-old youth was walking with her 13-year-old friend when the assault occurred on October 21 at 4:30 pm. They were approached by an unknown man who asked them, Hey, do you know… Without finishing the sentence, he grabbed the 14-year-old. Both youths began screaming and the man released his grip allowing them to be able to run away.

Police are now looking for the man who is described as: Caucasian, approximately 40 years of age, no facial hair, wearing a black toque, black zip-up jacket, and sunglasses.

These youth did everything correctly by screaming and running free. They were able to provide a description of the man. We commend their bravery, says Sgt. Murray McNeil in the press release, in charge of the Sicamous RCMP Detachment. Anyone with information on the incident, or who may have been in the area, is asked to call the Sicamous RCMP at 250-836-2878.

Superintendent of Schools Donna Kriger adds because of the concerning incident in Sicamous, a letter is being sent home to parent/guardians/caregivers and supports are being put in place in Sicamous schools. She is also asking that parents/guardians/caregivers please have a conversation with their child(ren) regarding what to do if approached by a stranger.

View RCMP Release Here

Halloween

Halloween is only a week away!  All students are invited to wear costumes to school on Monday Oct 31.

When choosing a costume please remember…

  • Weapons (real or fake) are not allowed at school.
  • Halloween masks are to be kept at home.
  • Costumes should respectful of all individuals and cultures.
  • Costumes should not interfere with learning.

Fall Sports Practice Schedule

We would like to give a huge thank-you to Highland Park Elementary School and Armstrong Spallumcheen Parks and Rec for accommodating our sports teams. If you have any questions regarding practice times or locations please contact the coach directly.