Student Notices - Apr 13, 2021

  • Come down to the Boyd Library Learning commons to check out the Cranes for a Cause display. Boyd students folded paper cranes to raise awareness for pediatric cancer, and will donate money and the cranes for display at hospitals. Come down to fold your own paper cranes!  There is beautiful origami paper and instructions to give it a try. You can contribute all of this week. To volunteer for different causes in your community, register for Youth in Action on the Richmond.ca website. Happy folding!

 

  • Important announcement from yearbook! As we are completing the look, we are still in need of student’s pictures! Send any photos from this school year with all your friends and if you want to be in the yearbook, send your photos in ASAP! Also, to all teachers, if you could please take photos of your classes that would be of much help. All photos can be sent to hughboydyearbook@gmail.com or to the “Upload it App”. Thank you!

 

  • Hey grads! Have you seen the 3 clues for today's portion of the Grad Scavenger Hunt? The clues were posted on the grad class instagram, facebook group, and microsoft teams channel. Solve the clues, take a picture, and make sure to send your photos to hbgradclass2021@gmail.com! The Grad Scavenger Hunt is on now, participate for this week to win some cool prizes, and of course bragging rights!

 

  • Student Council is hosting an Spring spirit week from April 12-16th. 

        Monday - Magical Disney Monday

        Tuesday - Tie Dye Tuesday

        Wednesday - Western Wednesday

        Thursday - Denim Thursday

        Friday - Floral Friday

 

  • For everyone who ordered Hugh Boyd merchandise, your orders have arrived.  Please find Mr. Dengler in room 122 before morning block, or at lunch, with your order number ready.”

 

  • Do you have overdue books from the library?  Please remember to return or renew them ASAP! While we never charge late fees, we would like the books to be available for other students to enjoy. Students are free to return and check out books before school, during lunch, and after school. Thank you!  

 

  • Did you know that you can use the 3D printer for free this year? That's right, for free!  Go onto the website thingiverse.com to look at the cool stuff you can print, then come on down to the Library Learning Commons to find out how to print. So far this year, we have printed microphone stands, phone charging stations, bowls, video game figures, key chains, mask ear savers, and lots more. Everyone is welcome. 

 

  • Volunteer this summer with UBC Geering up STEM Leadership Program! Leaders-in-training (L.I.T.s) are high school volunteers who support our summer camps for kids. They will work closely with our instructor team to deliver and share STEM to youth in a hands-on and dynamic learning environment. L.I.T.s are students going into grade 10 and above in September 2021. We encourage students who will be entering Grade 10 or above in the fall of 2021 to apply. However, preference will be given to students entering Grade 11 or Grade 12 in the fall of 2021. The application deadline for this program is April 25th. Check UBC Geering Up STEM Leadership Program for details.

 

  • The Royal Soccer Club: We are looking for Volunteers and Camp Counsellors for our locations in Richmond.  There are full day and morning sessions available during any of the weeks in July and August. Our program is designed to encourage and promote personal development, team building and life skills in a fun, safe and inclusive environment. Our Richmond locations are at Minoru and Whiteside (details available on our website).  For any questions or to register visit our website at royalsoccerclub.com or contact us at 1-800-427-0536 or by email at info@royalsoccerclub.com.