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Henry G. Izatt Middle School news

“In a rapidly changing world, we are a community of learners dedicated to nurturing growth and development through diverse and sustainable opportunities.” Our 4 Pillars of Strategic Focus (HGIs): Humanity We promote belonging, community, global citizenship and a healthy learning environment; the groundwork for personal growth and development. Growth We seek new experiences as means… Read more »

HGI school news November 2018

Digital citizenship is a critical foundation skill to be taught. Staff of HGI take this responsibility seriously. Our students participate in many learning activities with infused technology assisting in their process and their demonstration of learning. Students are also learning about their digital footprint. We are proud of Ms. Templeton’s grade 8 class who hosted… Read more »

Whyte Ridge Community Center Jr. Board

We are happy to introduce our newly formed WRCC Jr. Board for the 2018/2019 year.  Members are students from both Henry G. Izatt Middle school and Vincent Massey High School.  Members are as follows: President – Rocelynd Tabios Vice President – Arpita Quadir Treasurer – Autumn Kobayashi Secretary – Courtlyn Falconer Director at Large –… Read more »

Henry G. Izatt Middle School (HGI) – Your Neighborhood Middle School

The HGI team is motivated to begin a positive school year. Here are some excerpts from the school’s annual community report to provide information on last school year’s experiences under our Strategic Plan headings; our “HGI’s”: Humanity: Interactive Start, monthly assemblies, community citizen outreach, addressing global issues, inquiry-based and passion projects, athletics, arts-based programs and… Read more »

Henry G. Izatt Middle School Update

Henry G. Izatt Middle School continues focus on the school team’s four pillars of Humanity, Growth, Innovation and Sustainability. As the 2017-18 school year is underway, students, parents and staff are engaged in inquiry or passion projects in many areas. HGI’s community garden (photo attached) has been an excellent addition to the school as a… Read more »