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Canadian Universities Event and Post Secondary Institute Days

51 Universities from across Canada set up booths in the Langley Events Centre conference room for the second, annual Canadian Universities Event in Langley. This is an event held for all Langley students. We are so fortunate to have this event take place in our back yard. All grade 11s and 12s as we well
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Willoughby News

Attached is a letter from the Superintendent regarding plans around growth in the Willoughby area. It was emailed earlier, but hadn’t been posted on the website. More information will come forward as it is made available. Letter to Parents – Willoughby Slope Community Consultation 2015Sep4

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Study Abroad, SAT Practice and Career/Post Secondary News

Study and Go Abroad: The Study and Go Abroad Fair is being held on October 6th from 2:00 – 6:00pm at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Interested students can register at www.studyandgoabroad.com. If you need more information see counselling. SAT Practice Exam: R.E. Mountain is hosting the Practice SAT for Langley students wanting to write the
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Student Council News

Student Council Executive for 2015-16 Presiden: Da In Lee Vice Presidents: Sena Kim and Jessica Kim Secretary: Annie Vo Treasurer: Jenny Chung Media and Communications: Victoria Yu Technology and Operations: Edward Vo Art Chair: Pietra Gomes Table 35 Chairs Daphne Manuzon and Kaitlyn Erho Community Connections Chair: Emily Chan Upcoming events: Grade 9 Night October 8 5:30-9:30pm Sign up for fun workshops and activities
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Grad Cruise and Spirit Week

It’s been a busy week at REMSS. We had incredible weather for the annual Grad cruise on Monday. Over 200 students were bussed downtown to board The Britannia for a three hour cruise around the Burrard Inlet and False Creek. Students dined, danced and spent time on the outer deck enjoying amazing views of Vancouver
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