Tuesday, November 20, 2018



TDOR Today marks Trans Day of Remembrance, and in schools & communities across the world people are remembering those who have been affected by anti-trans hate.  In honour of the many wonderful transgender people in our community, it’s important for all of us to learn how we can be allies to trans people. Here are some examples:

  • Introduce yourself with your name and pronouns. This can let trans people know that it’s safe to tell you their pronouns too.
  • Fight transphobia when you see it. Let people know that their behaviour or language could be harmful towards someone who’s trans.
  • Don’t assume someone’s gender identity, and use gender neutral language until they let you know what they use.
  • Trans people are part of every community, so during conversations and when decisions are being made, ask yourself who is and isn’t being represented, and why.


Basketball Girls Grade 6/7 Rec – please meet in the foyer right away after school to leave for our games up at North Saanich

Boys Grade 6/7 Competitive – Practice after school is canceled but there will be a practice at lunch today.


Craft Fair The Central Christmas Craft Fair is coming up on December 1st. Tables are free for Central students!  This is a great opportunity to show off your creations, get entrepreneurial experience and to make some extra money for Christmas or your next big trip. Ask for a registration form in the office!