Welcome to 2022! School is virtual from January 5th to 17th

President's Address

2021 is finally over - welcome to the new year, and welcome back to school! We hope you all had a safe and enjoyable holiday, and are ready to get back to learning. 2022 represents a fresh start and brings new opportunities - let's make the most of them.
Some key dates coming up:

Late starts - January 19th & 26th;
End of Semester 1 - February 1st.

Please refer to the email from Mr. Johnson for School Closure/Remote Learning Updates; if you have any questions, feel free to contact the school or SAC.
Best wishes for the new year, Aidan and Daniel

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School Virtual Due to Snow Day

School will be temporarily remote again today due to the snow storm.

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Clubs Resuming Virtually

An update on the resumption of club activities on Monday, January 17th, 2022 from Mr. Quan, as of Saturday 15th at 4pm:
1) All Club and Council activities will switch to a virtual format for the time being. This includes all clubs and councils that declared as "in-person" at the beginning of the year. Google Meet and Zoom can be used as platforms to hold meetings - if you would like help setting this up, feel free to reach out to Mr. Quan or any member of Student Council. Also note that if you are planning to hold a meeting virtually, there can be no simultaneous physical congregating of members.
2) The continuation of any club and council activities is strictly up to the decision of the staff advisor. This return to in-person learning is another round of unprecedented uncertainty and its impact on teachers is individual and private. If staff advisors choose to put their club or council supervision duties on a pause, please respect this decision.

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Upcoming Math Contests!

Hey MAC!
The Pascal, Cayley and Fermat Contests (PCF) for students in Grades 9, 10, and 11 will be written on Wednesday, February 23, 2022.
The PCF Contests are a great way to inspire all students with an interest in mathematics and to build their confidence and ability.
This year, students will be able to write the PCF Contests online or on paper, an option that we introduced last year. Closer to the contest date we will be able to take a decision regarding the mode of writing (online or in-person).
The link to the online registration form:https://forms.gle/Fox1R5gppimdpSBFA.
The ordering deadline is February 6, 2022.

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