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In the spirit of Trillium Lakelands DSB's "Feed All Four" and the Wellness Strategy of the Ontario Ministry of Education, VLC will be supporting Take Me Outside Day 2017.  This involves committing to "taking" students outside for an hour on Wednesday, October 25th.

In our virtual world it is very easy to remain inside and seated before an electronic device all day.  We would like to encourage all students to take some responsibility for their own mental and physical well-being and go outside during our lunch break (11:55 am - 12:35 pm).  This is twenty minutes short of an hour, so we will be shortening classes scheduled for Wednesday from 12:35 to 1:50 pm by this amount of time.  This means ENG1D (2), ENG3U (1), BOH4M, CGC1D (1) and MHF4U (1) will run from 12:55 pm to 1:50 pm on Wednesday, October 25th.  This change applies to that day only.

Further information about Take Me Outside Day 2017 can be found here.

Recent News

Teen Archery Champion

Abby Bunn, a VLC student, has been selected to represent Canada at the 2019 World Archery Youth Championships Aug. 16-26 in Madrid, Spain.  Read here for more details about her successes.

Congratulations Abby!  Very best of luck from all of us at VLC!

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Changes to VLC Google Apps

VLC will be updating G Suite (Google) applications in August.  This will impact all google services including email and drive.  More information will be shared as it becomes available.

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Happy Summer

Best Wishes to all VLC students, families and staff.

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