By: Puneet Riar, Grade 11, Emily Chan, Grade 10 & Cassandra Ly, Grade 10
Congrats Jason! You are June’s warrior of the month! Why do you think you were nominated?
JD: I was probably nominated because people were intrigued by my amazingly good looks or they rigged the election. I’m 92.5% sure it’s the second one though.
LOL! Well you won, so whatever! Tell us a little bit about yourself.
JD: Well, I have 2 legs which are nice to have especially since I love sports. I do everything around it; read, write, eat, sleep, talk, breathe. If sports were a woman, I’d marry her.
So, you were recently voted valedictorian. How does it feel to be valedictorian, Mr. Valedictorian?
JD: Becoming valedictorian was very cool, especially since I was chosen by my fellow grads and it wasn’t a random choice. It’s very humbling.
By: Puneet Riar, Grade 11 & Emily Chan, Grade 10
All throughout the year, there have been some amazing, dedicated students. Those who possess those awesome leadership skills, those who have an exceptional community service record, or that person who is just an awesome friend or a great role model. Or maybe, even that teacher who doesn’t get mad if you chew gum in class.
Come one! Come all! The Windermere Theatre Company’s spring production is coming soon to an auditorium near you. On May 7th and 8th, we will be performing the classic fairy tale, “The Princess Bride” – an amazing story filled to the brim with fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, miracles, and of course, true love. See Jason D’Souza as the dashing Wesley and Jero Ann Brutus as the beautiful Buttercup; Tony Kim plays the sassy Spaniard, Inigo Montoya; Sunny Parmar is perfect as the wicked Prince Humperdink. All of these actors and many more are playing in what can be called the theatrical experience of the year!
Windermere Theatre Company
P.S. Congratulations to Emily Chan for winning The Windermere Word front cover design contest. You’ve won 2 tickets to see our play! Claim your prize in room 208 afterschool on April 1st, 2009.
Several students went on a trip to Europe during their Spring Break, including two teachers, Maggie and Mr. Tam.
With the cost at roughly $3000, many students were unwilling to pay such a hefty price. But for those students that went – they had a blast.
Don’t know if you’ll ever do such a thing yourself? Well, Megan Luk and Eric Che have allowed The Word to upload some of their pictures for you to see! Check them out by clicking “photos” above! See pictures of the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the leaning tower of Pisa, the Sacre-Coeur basilica, and much much more!
(In photo: Jason D’Souza and Megan Luk, Grade 12)