Thursday, November 19th is the Grad Sleepover. You must be on the Grad list and have completed your Moving On package to attend. More information to come.
Carihi will participate in the Great British Columbia ShakeOut on October 15th at 11:10 am.
CARIHI Dry Grad Committee and AROMA Specialty Coffee Roasters (Quadra Island) would like to offer you the unique opportunity to promote high standards of education through an ethical and socially engaging fundraiser.
Youth Action Committee is looking for innovative, open minded motivated youth 14 to 18.
Please pick up applications in the Main office. Deadline is Friday, October 16th.
School Retakes will take place on Thursday, October 15th in the morning.
Reminder that October 23 is a professional development day. District schools and programs will not be in session on this date.
Please be courteous to our students and staff, and do not wear scents to school.
The next Carihi PAC Meeting will be held in the library on Monday, October 19th @ 7:00pm. All are invited to attend.
We need students to sign up to work and start earning those grad points and parents to help supervise.
There will be a Foodsafe course offered here at Carihi on Friday, November 27th. You can register at the main office with your payment of $50.00. There are only 50 spots, so register and pay early.
Jack Crosby and Tyrell Barley both won their respective races at the CRCS Cross Country Meet on October 7th. Tyrell won the Senior Boys and Jack won the Junior Boys. Carihi had a Junior boys and Senior Boys team along with a Senior Girls team. We had 21 students at the meet. Great job everyone!
Carihi offers free tutoring every Tuesday & Thursday in our Library from 3:00 - 4:00 pm. All Carihi students welcome.
Interim Reports are available on-line on October 16th. Please go to Parent Connect or Student Connect to view.
The Advisor from North Island College will be here Tuesday, October 13th. There is an appointment sheet on the counter in Student Services. Sign up now and learn all about the Program North Island College has to offer.
Carihi is committed to providing a safe, respectful and challenging learning environment in which diversity is celebrated and individuals are encouraged to maximize their potential and become positive contributors to the social, cultural and economic fabric of society.