For the last year, Spectrum Community School has been engaged with municipal and provincial stakeholders in the hopes of pursuing a pop-up ice-rink and turf-fields on our school’s grounds. On December 17th, 2018, our school gained approval from our Trustees to pursue this dream. We are extremely excited about this opportunity!
This legacy project is looking for Mt View and Spectrum alumni to get involved in our Spectrum Turf And Rink (STAR) Committee. This STAR Committee would be tasked with formulating a financial and logistical plan for such a development that would then be presented to the SD61 Trustees towards its hopeful approval.
We are specifically looking for any alumni that are interested in helping the STAR Committee and have experience in:
Creating financial plans or experience as a Certified General Accountant (CGA)
Fundraising Campaigns and Initiatives
If you are interested in meeting with our school officials about such an opportunity, please contact Dom Butcher at 250-479-8271 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to record your interest.
Congratulations to Former Spectrum Principal Rob House for his outstanding involvement with last falls Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock! In recognition of this feat, the alumni board have had a framed photograph of Rob in his biking gear created to be hung on the school’s wall to celebrate both his ride and the Spectrum Reads program.
During the day of the Distinguished Alumni event in October 2017, the four recognized alumni spent time at Spectrum, talking with students, sharing their stories and being great alumni for the next generation of Spectrum Graduates.
These videos were shot and edited by Rene Schwarz.
Spectrum Community School Annual Holiday Food Hamper Drive For Spectrum Families in Need
Imagine not having enough money to provide food for your family each day, let alone having extra for shortbread cookies, candy canes, gifts or decorations.
December marks the beginning of a wonderful tradition at Spectrum that represents a lot of what Spectrum culture is all about. Our school is made up of a diverse group of families from many backgrounds and economic conditions. In the Spirit of taking care of our Spectrum families in need, we happily provide food and cash to approximately 30 families who have met difficult times financially. Our families in need are often working more than full time at low wage jobs, paying high rent and trying to purchase food at an ever-inflating rate. Some of our families are suffering from disabilities and other medical conditions that affect their ability to provide for their families.
Your contribution, food or cash, provides a bonus to these families during the holidays. Please consider donating to this wonderful tradition to help make a difference in a Spectrum families life.
If you have any question please contact Jonathan Berry at 250-479-8271 or email at email@example.com
Join us for the First Spectrum Distinguished Alumni Dinner!
A night of celebration honouring the first four inductees to the Spectrum Distinguished Alumni Wall.
A Fundraiser for the Spectrum Community School Alumni Association Scholarship Fund (approximately $50 tax receipt per ticket)
Are you able to donate a door prize or silent auction prize for our event? Let us know! Add to your Calendar 2017-10-13 18:00:00 2017-10-13 22:30:00 America/Vancouver Spectrum Alumni Dinner Honouring distinguished alumni CFB Esquimalt Wardroom, 1586 Esquimalt Rd, Victoria, BC V9A 5K5, Canada Spectrum Alumni firstname.lastname@example.org
Spectrum Graduates, you’re invited to join us in honouring four of Spectrum’s most accomplished alumni in an evening of food and insights. Proceeds will go toward establishing Spectrum Alumni Scholarship Fund. If you are purchasing tickets for a full table of 8, your table will be reserved for the event.
Wendy Tilby, a three-time Academy Award nominee for Animation, graduated from UVic and Emily Carr. With Amanda Forbis, she has worked on major ad campaigns and their own animation.
They have won a number of awards for their films including Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or.
Class of 1979
Bob Downie, Saanich Police Chief Constable, is a 35 year veteran of the Saanich Police force. Bob is a member of a number of Police Chief Associations, a VP of both the John Howard Society of BC and Victoria, and is is a faculty member of Royal Roads University and the Justice Institute.
Class of 1988
Andre Eng, a graduate of Malaspina College’s chef’s training program, is the President of House of Knives.
Andre is presently working on expanding his business in western Canada to become a national retail brand with online, corporate and culinary sales.
Class of 2008
Shanice Marcelle, a graduate of UBC Kinesiology, Athlete of the Year UBC, and MVP National Volleyball Championships.
Shanice is a global competitor in Brazil, China, Europe and Russia, a member of the Canadian Beach Volleyball Team and an aspiring Olympic Volleyball player.
Logan T. Smith is performing at a fundraiser for a group of students at Spectrum Community School called “ExSpect to Laugh”. They are planning a trip to Japan in 2018.
April 20th 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Spectrum Community School, 957 Burnside Rd. W, Victoria
Featuring a Magician, and two comedians Patrick Boyle and Spectrum Alumnus Logan T. Smith
Tickets are available at the Spectrum Office $10 each or four of $30
This is an all ages event