For the month of JUNE – announcements will be posted monday – thursday.      


SUMMER SPIRIT WEEK JUNE 10 – 14:  Summer is almost here. Let’s celebrate and have some fun!

  • Rodeo Friday: Leadership Students have planned Rodeo games from 2-3pm in the backfield.  Plan to stay for the fun!

FINAL WEEK OF CLASSES:  For our final week of classes, we have an altered schedule to allow for summative assessments, presentations, and special class trips. This has been shared to students, and we wanted to make sure families are aware as well. The beginning and end of the school day are unchanged, but block times are adjusted. We hope that the culminating activities will help students reflect on their learning, enjoy the relationships they’ve built over the year, and celebrate all the growth that has happened!

Mon, June 17

Tues, June 18

Wed, June 19

Thurs, June 20

Fri, June 21





8:30-9:15 A block

9:20-10:05 B block

10:05-10:35 Closing Connect 

*Grads prepare for Grad Parade

10:40-11:00 Grad Parade  (circuit of both campuses)

11:00-11:45 Lunch

11:50-12:35 C block

12:40-1:25  D block

1:30-2:30 Year-End Assembly


















YEARBOOKS – ONE BOX LEFT:  $75, first come first served while quantities last. See Mrs. Tuffin to purchase a yearbook.

STAFF VS. STUDENTS KICKBALL: We’ll be ‘kicking off’ staff vs. students with a Sr’s (Grade 10-12) vs. Staff game next Monday (June 17) during Connect time on the back field. Students are welcome to come and watch if they don’t want to play. Players need to sign up on the sheet on the office counter. If you have questions, see Mr. Kremler


GRADE 11’S – FUTURE GRADE 12’S GRAD EXEC: Future Grade 12’s! If you wish to be part of the Grad Exec next year, complete an application package (and reference forms) and submit it to the office by June 14th. Voting for your class representatives will take place during the last week of school. 

SUMMER HELPER: Employment opportunity available for Grade 11 or 12 students this summer. Tasks will include some painting, pressure washing, furniture moving, deconstruction and reconstruction, grounds keeping and outdoor labour. No experience required, but a successful candidate should feel comfortable doing physical labour. If you are interested, please leave your resume at the office. See Mr. Welle if you have any further questions.

CONCESSION LAST DAY:  Wednesday, June 19.  If you have a  4200 card make use of your funds before they expire!

ART STUDENTS: Any student who has taken art this year (or last) should collect your work from the art room this week. At the end of this school year, we will be clearing out any work that has been left behind. Avoid heartbreak and disappointment – please, take your artwork home!

GRADE 11 FUTURE GRADS! Pick up a copy of the rafting package in the office for the Grad Rafting trip on Sept 6-9th, 2024 🙂  Please note that the first payment for rafting is now past due; please bring payments either to Ms. Edgar or to the main office.


SAVE THE DATE, PCS ATHLETICS:  The Athletic Awards night is happening on June 18th in the High School gym, starting at 7:00pm  Everyone is welcome! Athletes, please bring in any outstanding uniforms. Also, if you have not thanked your coaches as a team, this night is a good night to do that!

TINMAN TRIATHLON: This Thursday is the 25th anniversary of the Tinman triathlon! On this 25th year, we have 25 athletes who will complete a swim at Thetis, a bike down the Galloping Goose, and a Salvation Army-like run to the finish line right out front of the school. Come out for the all-school BBQ and CHEER on these brave students! Also, make sure to say hello and THANK YOU to a lot of our Saanich Police officers (Constable Alex Omoding!) who are assisting with marshaling the course.

Jr & Sr GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:  A reminder that all athletes interested in playing on the Sr. or Jr. Girls competitive volleyball teams this fall are welcome to come play Sunday nights from 6-7:30 in the YAK.  This Sunday, athletes will have an opportunity to meet the Sr. girls head volleyball coach so we hope to see you all there! 

SOCCER:  Please bring your uniforms to Mr. Webb at the main office as soon as you can.











SHARE THE AIR:  and please keep it fragrance-free. Several of our school community members are sensitive to fragrances. Please do not bring spray perfumes, body sprays, or other scented products to school. Thank you for caring for others in this way.

VISITORS AT SCHOOL:  We want PCS to be a safe and welcoming place. If you would like to have a visitor at school, please remember that this must be pre-arranged (at least 24 hours in advance) through your teachers and either the principal or vice principal. Thank you!


All students who park at PCS please complete a Student Driver Registration form available at the office.

Operate your vehicle with extreme caution in the parking lot & along Agnes St; it is a school zone.

Do not drive straight through from Agnes Street  to the lower parking lot behind the gym, please follow the traffic patterns.

Overflow parking is available at the Horseshoe Club parking lot off of Kenneth Street.

No Parking Zones:

  • His Kids area beside the Church. 
  • Parking zones outside the pre-school designated for pre-school pickup/drop off.
  • Hess Street, Copper Ridge Lane, & CopperField Lane.  Residents may have your vehicle towed.
  • Garden Parking lot on Agnes Street.

CONCESSION 4200 CARDS:  Students may pay using cash, or with the ‘4200’ cards which they may purchase from the Secondary office for $40 (actual value is $42 at the Concession only). Reminder: Concession is closed on Thursdays.

STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL DRESS PCS is a community in which many people come together to learn. As we gather, we ask all community members to dress in a way that is appropriate to a diverse learning environment. Regardless of age or gender, members of the PCS community are asked to:

Please dress in a way that promotes your dignity and the dignity of others. Please avoid clothing or jewelry that objectifies or makes fun of others, has foul language, or promotes discrimination, violence, crime, sexual acts, or alcohol/drugs. 

Choose clothing that covers the chest, midriff, and bottom from the front, back and sides. 

Wear shoes or other appropriate footwear in all common spaces (gym, halls, classrooms). 

Choose clothing that allows you to participate comfortably in all activities throughout the day; this may include working at a sitting or standing desk, working on the floor, and working in specialized spaces, such as labs, shop, and kitchen.

Be sure to follow specific dress requirements for safe work in specialized spaces.



The Lost and Found is located under the stairs near the Gym Doors.  

To report a missing or found item, send details of the item & contact info to: prior to 8:40 am
All found tech & valuable items are kept in the office.  A detailed description is required to view the item prior to release.


Check out the lost and found, located under the stairs near the Gym entrance.  All unclaimed items will be donated 4 pm on June 21st!  


STUDENT SCHEDULES – Revised September 2023 Block Schedule 2023 – 2024