Category Archives: Celebrations
Student achievement was celebrated on Awards Night last week at NPSS. Students received certificates and awards for their dedication, focus, and hard work. Top student awards were given for classes, making the Honor Roll and Principal’s Honor Roll.
May 25, 2018 ~ Students and staff participated in an assembly to address the issues of violence against women, consent, and respect. ‘Be a Real Man’, ‘Toxic Relationships, ‘Born this Way, and ‘Wealth of Knowledge’ workshops ran throughout the day. … Continue reading
The NPSS Drama students will be performing in the Peace River Zone Festival Tonight! You can catch them performing Say Nothing: A Bullying Collective at the Cultural Center at 7:30. Tickets are $10.
If students pre-ordered a book, they can pick them up in Room 206 over the next few days before school, at lunch, or after school. If you didn’t pre-order but still wish to purchase one, they can be ordered online … Continue reading
The Senior Girls Soccer team was down in Prince George this weekend at PGSS where they entered the Northern Zone competition. The girls played extremely well, taking game 1 vs PGSS with a score of 11-1 for NPSS. The girls … Continue reading
TJ and Ticia were interviewed by CBC News regarding their music collaboration with N’we Jian. The group will be performing their song ‘Where Happiness Dwells’ to a sold-out crowd at UBC.
The NPSS band toured the district April 12. They performed at CM Finch, Robert Ogilvie, and Central, performing classics including portions of the Enigma Variations, medleys of music from Les Miserables and Star Wars, and a Spanish March called Amparito … Continue reading
Here’s an example of NPSS spirit. The Junior Boys Basketball team get prepared for their game in Prince George. – video courtesy of Brandon Lumley
The above video was produced by Kim Zackodnick, from ShawTV. The second Growing Our Own mentoring event was hosted at the Lido Theatre. Over 60 grade 10-12 students participated in the event. Local career professionals volunteered their time to offer … Continue reading