Minutes from May 26 meeting
You can find the minutes from our last meeting at the bottom of this page. Scroll down and have a read!
(updated 03-MAY-2021 by T. Mushumanski)
LV Rogers Cap and Gown 2021
Please find below the guidelines and protocols for the 2021 Cap and Gown Ceremony on Thursday, June 10 and Friday, June 11, as well as the procedure for the formalwear photos on Saturday, June 12.
All protocols and guidelines must be followed.
Cap and Gown Protocols and Guidelines for Thursday, June 10 and Friday, June 11:
Each graduating student is entitled to 4 guests maximum (children under 12 who require supervision are not included in the 4 guests)
Arrive in the parking lot and stay in your vehicle until ten minutes before your scheduled graduation time
All graduates and guests must wear a mask once they enter the queue
Graduate and their guests must stay in their pod (graduate plus maximum four guests)
All pods must maintain physical distancing of 2m between pods (stay on the marked path)
At the end of the ceremony, follow the exit route and proceed directly to your vehicle
Graduates may return to class following their graduation, using their assigned entry door
Formalwear Photo Procedures and Guidelines for Saturday, June 12:
Each graduate is to arrive five minutes before their photo
Only the graduate is to be in attendance and in the line for the photo
Graduates will be directed to one of two lines
Graduates are to remain masked until directed to remove mask for the picture
After the photo, students must exit campus immediately
A reminder that school is still in session during the graduation ceremonies, and all visitors are required to follow the guidelines listed and stay to the designated area.
The Provincial Health Orders for Graduation Ceremonies (https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/administration/kindergarten-to-grade-12/safe-caring-orderly/covid-grad-ceremonies.pdf) state that gathering and crowding must be prevented at all times, in the school and on the school grounds. We appreciate your support in making these two grad activities possible by following the guidelines.
Hoodies have arrived and can be picked up in the office.
Grad fees are $40 per grad and $45 for hoodies. Fees are due Friday, May 14th. Pay online or cash or cheque at the office.
- If you need a little help with a dress or formal wear, we have you covered! Literally!
- Call Theresa Montpellier to setup a viewing time. There's no cost involved!
(updated 25-JAN-21 by T. Mushumanski)
Grad planning is underway with the formation of the Grad Parent Executive Committee, along with a Student Grad committee with support from the school Administration. Check out the documents posted here to keep in the loop.
Grad Parent Executive:
- Kathy Centrone, co-chair
- Tim Mushumanski, co-chair
- Lisa McGeady, treasurer
- Sara Kelly, secretary
Have a question for the Grad Parent Exec? Email us at email@example.com and one of us will respond in a timely manner.
An email has been sent to grads on May 28th with a google doc to vote for the valedictorian. Only 2021 Grads can vote.
The LV Rogers Secondary Valedictorian is chosen amongst peers, and vetted by administration. The role of valedictorian is to represent our school community, be in good academic standing, attendance, and character. Eligibility for Valedictorian begins in late April.
Say Somethings are an LV Rogers tradition. They are submitted by the student, and indicate in one or two brief lines, what their hope is for the future, what they plan to do, or who they wish to thank. Say Somethings are read during the Cap and Gown Ceremonies as students cross the stage. Administration will vett the Say Somethings for appropriate content and humour.