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Last Chance for Gala Tickets and Other Upcoming Events

1. Gala en Bleu Ticket purchase deadline is this Friday, April 12! Get your individual tickets or a table of 8 for this year’s gala on Saturday, April 27 at Meadow Gardens Golf Club.  Gala Tickets 2. MRCS Day at the BallparkAs per the app message on April 4, make plans to buy tickets to the Vancouver Canadians Baseball game on Sunday, June 2 for a fun day out with our school community.   Vancouver Canadians Tickets 3. MRCS Clothing StoreReminder

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MRCS and Hornets Store

We are happy to announce that all our MRCS and Hornets merch is now available to order 24/7 on our website www.mrcs.ca/shop. Once you place an order, please wait for an email advising you that your order is ready to pick up at the office. We will not be shipping any orders. Please note: some stock is quite limited right now, but a restock order has been placed! Please email Alyson if you have any questions.

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Jump Rope for Heart (K-Gr.5)

Grades K-5 will be participating in Jump Rope for Heart again this year, in partnership with the Heart & Stroke Foundation. The kickoff was today and classroom teachers sent fundraising packets with your children. Please note: all fundraising must be done online register online by going to jumpropeforheart.ca click “join your school” and search our school jump-off day is Friday, April 19 fundraising closes April 26 any questions can be directed to Angela Brompton and/or Lori Born.

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MRCS Day at the Ballpark

Join us on Sunday, June 2 at Nat Bailey Stadium for MRCS Day at the Ballpark, as the Vancouver Canadians take on the Tri-City Dust Devils in a 1:05 PM matchup. This is also a Family Fun Sunday at the Nat, where kids 12 and under are welcomed to run the bases after the game. Head to this link https://fevo-enterprise.com/0602-MRCS to purchase your tickets. All tickets purchased through this link are just $20 and MRCS receives $5 back for each

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ICBC Road Safety Speaker: Grade 11 and 12

As a part of their commitment to keeping young drivers safe, ICBC sponsors a Road Safety Speaker for our Grade 11 and 12 students each spring. “Road safety speakers share how making poor choices while driving have impacted their lives, and the lives of their family and friends. Sharing their deeply personal stories with compassion and humour, they connect and challenge young drivers to think twice before taking risks while driving. They speak about the risks resulting from poor choices

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Parent Prayer Walk and Other Upcoming Events

Welcome Back! We hope you all had a restful Spring Break and Easter. Please take some time to read this week’s announcements and reminders. 1. Parent Prayer Walk Meet in front of the school this Wednesday morning at 8:30 AM to participate in the parent prayer walk, as we lift MRCS up in prayer. Email Andrea if you have any questions. 2. Gala en Bleu Get your tickets or a table of 8 for this year’s gala on Saturday,

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Early Dismissal Tomorrow and Measles Vaccinations

1. Early Dismissal Tomorrow Reminder of early dismissal happening tomorrow at 11:40 AM for high school and 12:00 PM for elementary and middle school. Please make plans to collect your children on time, as there will be no supervision after 12:15 PM. 2. Measles Vaccinations Prior to Spring Break Travel Fraser Health has asked us to forward the following message to our school families:Measles is a contagious, airborne virus. There is a high risk of measles cases being brought back

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Seeking Homestay Host Family

The MRCS Homestay program is in search of a family to host a male student for late August 2024-June 2025. The student needs a pet-free home and also has various allergies. Please email Karen Bowering at to discuss.

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Please Pray for Our Esperanza Team

Our Esperanza team is excited to head to camp for a week of hard work and fellowship (March 16-23) at Esperanza Ministries. We ask that you hold this group in your prayers, for safety, good health, and the spiritual growth of the students during their time away.

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