LCHS Ski & Snowboard club - first day is TUESDAY - DEC. 19th !! https://t.co/TF6KhiFwB7
It's TIME to book your Graduation PHOTOS. Go on line at bookmygrad.ca and use our School Code: LKS
Have your Student Card ready at the time of booking. Make sure you remember your Appointment date and time.
Arrive ten minutes prior to your appointment.
Local filmmaker Christopher Darton has teamed up with Lakeshore Catholic High School for a special viewing of his new documentary Hard Working Man. The Documentary is an in-depth look at musician Danny Brooks and screens December 1st at 7pm
By Michelle Allenberg, Tribune Staff - Monday, November 20, 2017
Exposing students to different methods of teaching is important to Lakeshore Catholic High School vice-principal Andrew Boon.
With the support of the principal Glenn Gifford, as well as staff, Boon developed a partnership with local filmmaker Chris Darton. This partnership has offered students the opportunity to meet and learn from a filmmaker.
Two years ago Boon got in contact with Darton and offered him a spot to showcase his documentary films at the school’s theatre. Since then Darton has spoken to the school’s film studies class and visited various classes to meet students.
Darton said being able to speak to students and visit the school is great to have in a small community.
“When I was 17, 18 making films … there was no one coming to schools or teaching film,” Darton said.
For Boon, inviting someone working in a particular industry to speak to students is a great way to engage youth. Boon said having Darton give first-hand experience can be a great deal more meaningful to students than hearing it from a teacher.
Mistletoe and Magic ($30 tickets)
Dec. 8th from 5:30pm-10:00pm @ the Italian Hall Port Colborne
Tickets on sale Nov. 14th-Nov. 24th on lunches or online
Doors open @ 5:30pm and close @ 6:30pm
Dinner @ 6:45pm
Dancing until 10:00pm
Contracts must be signed by parents and students attending
Refunds available until Nov. 30th only