Welcome to Isfeld!
Report a Student Absence
To report a student absence, please email Dawn Christian and indicate the reason for the absence.
Grad Ford Test Drive Event, Sunday, May 1st
This Sunday, May 1st, we are hosting our annual Grad Ford Test Drive event at our school from 11 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Westview Ford will have five different 2016 vehicles for you to take a quick 5 minute no pressure test drive. Ford Canada donates $20 for each test drive; $10 to pay down a student’s grad fee and $10 to the school’s dry grad. This is one of the easiest ways for Grads to pay down their grad fee. To drive, you must be at least 18 years old with a valid drivers’ license (which includes an “N”) and only drive per household (but no limits of numbers of households per Grad).
At the same time there will be a concession and car wash (by donation) with proceeds going to Relay for Life to support the fight against cancer. Y.A.N.A. will be sponsoring a fun croquet course as well as a Silent Auction. By taking part in this event you are help support children from the Comox Valley with their out-of-town medical expenses. We hope to see you there!
A couple of the auction items for Y.A.N.A.
Nicaragura Trip at Spring Break
At Spring Break Carol Jokanovich and some parent chaperones took 19 Isfeld students to Nicaragura. For the details of the trip, click here.
Students at the Orphanage
Additional 2015-2016 New Curriculum Implementation Days
Two Non-Instructional Days for this year will be as follows:
Thursday, February 25, 2016
Friday, May 20, 2016
Joint CDTA Letter re: New Curriculum
BC’s Redesigned Curriculum
Wednesday, February 24th from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Multi Purpose Room at Mark R. Isfeld Sec. The evening will focus on why curriculum is changing in British Columbia, what those changes are, and what that will mean for your child.
For more specific information, please go the the Ministry website: https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/ or ask your children’s teacher and/or your school administration.
Letter to Parents from Sherry Elwood, Superintendent of Schools
RE: Planning for Consultation as outlined in the Long Range Facility Plan:
Phase 5 – Macro Boundary Plan (School Closure / Boundary Changes / Configuration (for discussion)
For Letter click here
|Lunch Menu- Apr. 25 – Apr. 29, 2016||Daily Announcements|
Monday – Pizza – $3.50
Tuesday – Mini Market
Wednesday – Pizza – $3.50
Thursday – Mini Market
Friday – Pizza – $3.50
Getting to Mark Isfeld Secondary School – Bus Information
Watch for upcoming events to be posted in cryptic, space-saving acronyms on our school sign. We have pledged not to have our sign flash, scroll or perform other animations which could distract drivers.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Bell & Block Schedule click here
PLC Bells/Block Rotation Explanation video click here
PLC Brochure click here
- 2015-2016 School District Calendar click here
- Kids Plus Accident Insurance 2015-2016. For a summary of insurance benefit click here. For the Kids Plus Accident Insurance Enrolment Form click here.
Did you know that you can view/print a month at a time? Just click on Isfeld School Calendar on the right hand side under Menu.
-Provincial Exam Schedule & Exam Results – click here
-Isfeld has been accepted into the BC School Fruit and Vegetable Nutritional Program. For more information please go to http://www.aitc.ca/bc/ or pick up a brochure at the main office.
-Mark Isfeld Student Photography – click here
-For new athletics pictures click here
Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School is an inclusive school with almost 1,000 students from Mark R. Isfeld grades 8 through 12. We are a dual track school with English and French Immersion programs. We have an International program which allows us to host students from many countries, a vital and active Fine Arts program, a successful Athletics program with more than 30 competitive teams and a full Applied Skills program.
Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School is an innovative learning community founded on respect and supporting student excellence through academics, citizenship, the arts and athletics.
Mark R. Isfeld Secondary was named to honour the life of a Canadian Forces peacekeeper who served in Croatia.