Last week, our Grade 12 students proudly submitted the final draft of their Extended Essays. For most students, this was followed by a tremendous sigh of relief. Indeed, it is quite an accomplishment for our seniors, and one that should be celebrated, which is why we host an EE Day every year.
This year’s EE Day took place on 30 October 2017. All seniors were encouraged to “dress” as their EE (to the best of their abilities, of course). As always, our students did not disappoint. Check out some of the amazing costume ideas below. Can you guess what these students wrote their EE’s about?
Please join me in congratulating our Grade 12’s on a job well done. The path to completing the Extended Essay hasn’t always been easy, but these seniors have worked their way through, knowing that success was in sight.
At this time, I’d also like to thank the parents who have supported our seniors throughout this process. They have provided many things for our seniors, including comfort, love, and sometimes, a shoulder to cry on. They also took the time to bake and cook so that our students would have something delicious to eat on EE Day. Their continued support is much appreciated.
Finally, I’d like to thank all the teacher supervisors for their patience, wisdom, and time (oh yes, the time!) The work you do with our students does not go unnoticed, and for that we are all thankful.
Please check out the slide show of EE Day below.
Photos courtesy of Su Allen, Anna Parr, Niki Dinsdale, and yours truly.