How can parents best support and meet the needs of their growing, changing adolescents? The teenage brain is different from any other brain in history, presenting many challenges. Discover why the adolescent brain is in turmoil, how to boost its plasticity, how the teen brain learns and works best, plus how to engage and communicate in relevant and practical ways. Learn leading edge, easy to apply ideas from Neuroscience to help unleash the potential of the teenage brain. Acquire skills on how to support them to become healthy, happy, life-long learning adults. The more knowledge parents have about the adolescent brain, the more benefits can be passed on. If you want to help teenagers in today’s world, then you need to start with their brain. This high energy, fun, surprising workshop is full of hope and optimism for the future of all teenagers.
This session is appropriate for parents, educators and students from Grade 5 – 12.
Presenter: Gary Anaka, Brain Coach
Gary is a pioneer in Brain Health and Wellness. As a brain coach since 1997, he has presented over 1100 keynotes and workshops to people in all walks of life nationally and internationally.
Date: Monday, October 28
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Location: Shuswap Lake Room, DESC
341 Shuswap St. SW, Salmon Arm, B.C.)
September 30 is Orange Shirt day in School District No. 83. Students and staff are encouraged to wear an Orange shirt to support and show respect for Residential School Survivors.
Here is a link to a web page that has a short video on the history of Orange Shirt Day:
On Thursday, September 26 beginning at 5 pm, the Ranchero PAC invites invites all Ranchero parents, guardians and members of the community for a welcome back BBQ. Hot dogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chips, beverages and baked goods will be offered.
Thank you to the Ranchero PAC for organizing our Welcome Back BBQ!
Listed below are the Ranchero school fees for 2019 – 2020. A financial hardship policy is in place at Ranchero Elementary for families unable to afford school fees. Please contact Mr. Cumming (250 804 3273) for further information. If you want to work out a payment plan, please contact Kathy Schmidt, the school secretary.
Students in grades 7 and 8 purchase their own school supplies for school use. Here is the supply list for grade 7 and 8 students:
student purchase Supply list for 2019-2020
For students in grades K – 6 we ask for a $35 student supply fee and teachers purchase the supplies for student use in class.
Kindergarten students start on Wednesday, September 4. All parents and guardians of Kindergarten students are invited to complete a quick survey after dropping off their child on this day.
K Gradual Entry for 2019