DIAMOND JUBILEE NEWS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ISO: PROPS
WE HAVE A PROBLEM...
We are such a great school and so welcoming that we have lots of students coming next year.

 This is a great problem to have!
It means our international program is alive and well. We are looking for a few more families who can offer a private furnished bedroom with a window and a welcoming environment. We pay $925 per month per student. If you’d like to learn more, please contact Shelley Brodeur at irhs.ahc@cisnd.ca
We are still offering $100 VISA cards for all referrals that we place students with.
ACHIEVEMENTS
SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS
MUSTANG DAYS
Mustang Day is a day to figure out what it means to be a Mustang.
Starting in grade 8 with "Mustang 101", to "What type of Mustang do I want to become", all the way to grade 12 with "What type of legacy do I leave as a Mustang?", the aim of the day is to inspire collaboration, foster fellowship, give purpose to our spirit, and have fun as a whole school. We think we've accomplished that, especially given the circumstances of this year. We've managed to prove that in the grimmest of years where the most basic human experience of being together is being tested, we rise above and show that we can be together in spite of being separate and that school spirit is alive and well. 
GO MUSTANGS!
This guy!

What can we say? Such a gem. Mustang Day coordinator extraordinaire, school spirit main cheerleader, and faith formation guru. We love having Mr. Wilson around. A great big thank you to you, sir, for everything you do!
Small School. Big Family.
CHALK ART JOY
As an addition to Mustang Day, we spread joy in the neighbourhood with some awesome sidewalk chalk designs. We decorated in front of the Good Samaritan residence and the school. Several passersby stopped to admire the artwork. One Good Samaritan resident was so impressed and grateful, she refused to walk on the art, but instead walked along on the grass so she could enjoy the display. #immacexcellence
LEADERSHIP
2021 GRADS
Flora Watt attended St. Joseph Catholic School before coming to Immaculata. Flora's favourite memory of her time at Immac is winning the 2019 Single A senior girls soccer championship. In September, Flora will be attending UBCO for the Management program. Congratulations Flora!
Cooper Clarkson attended St. Joseph Catholic School before coming to Immaculata. Cooper's favourite memories at Immac are being part of the Student Council and the sports trips with "the boys". Cooper is going to be getting his commercial pilot's license through the Commercial Aviation Diploma program at Okanagan College and Southern Interior Flight Centre. Congratulations Cooper!
Joseph (Joey) Marin-Rasmussen came to Immaculata from St. Joseph Catholic School. His favourite memories are the Sr. Boys volleyball trips, and when the Jr. Boys basketball team went undefeated in grade 10. Joey is going into the Associate of the Arts degree program at Okanagan College to study general subjects and psychology. Congratulations Joey!
Grace Cocar attended St. Joseph before coming to Immaculata. Her favourite memories of her time at Immac are going to Mexico as a missionary and getting to know the international students. Grace is going to be studying Early Childhood Education at Okanagan College. Congratulations Grace!
Please CALL the office at
250-762-2730
and leave a recorded message for Mrs. Despins if your child will be absent or late. 
It is very important that every student is accounted for when marked away and Mrs. Despins will be calling if she has not heard from you
  • Continued prayers for those affected by Covid-19
  • Lord, Although You taught that faith can move mountains, Sometimes, it’s hard to believe. How often, in prayer, have I asked that my will be done And then missed opportunities to do what You desire for me. Please help me to have faith and to spread faith. Amen. heartofthenation.org
CALENDAR ITEMS:


PRO D DAY STAFF SPIRITUAL RETREAT - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
MAY 21

VICTORIA DAY -NO SCHOOL
MAY 24

SCHOOL PANORAMA PICTURE
MAY 26

GRADE 12 RETREAT
MAY 31