I managed to get a couple of hours free to work on it. This one’s for Paul DiNovo and the class of 1950!
Hi Everyone, It was a busy summer and now we’re in the middle of the fall. Things have been a little slow. I plan to go into the school tomorrow for my annual November visit. I’ll be touching base with a few teachers and will gather some materials to work on during the holidays. Here’s
With this being the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I, below is a link to photo’s posted of the Cadet Corps from 1918 (originally posted as the photos of the month from November 2016): 1918 Cadet Corps Also below are pictures of something called Field Day in 1914: Also of interest is
It’s taken me a while, but here’s the 1958 Magnet Yearbook!
Hi Everyone, Sorry for the infrequent updates, but the past few months have been busy again. I did manage to scan in the 1957 and 1959 Yearbooks and links to them are below. 1957 Magnet Yearbook 1959 Magnet Yearbook What’s to come: I’ll be working on scanning the 1958 yearbook over the summer and will
Hi Everyone, It’s been a busy few months. I visited the school looking for videos this time and found a few. There first is posted in this month’s Photos/Videos of the Month for January 2018 and are of the 1993 Red, White and Blue Revue. Also in this months Photos/Videos of the month are a
Hi Everyone, The photos of the month consist of a collection Frank put together for Marie Misko’s memorial service. She was a Physical Education teacher at Jarvis from 1976 to 2015. She passed away on November 14, 2017. A copy of her obituary can be found at the following link: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/thestar/obituary.aspx?pid=187270948 ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC”
Hi Everyone, It feels like the summer just hasn’t ended yet, even though we’re into the fall. Frank wrapped up the last school year by compiling all the contents in our filing cabinets. We were also contacted by Frank Clarke (a PhD candidate) who’s interested in interviewing former staff and students who attended Jarvis during
Hi Everyone, Frank Clarke is a PhD Candidate (History) and is doing his research on the impact of the Cold War on Secondary Schools in Ontario. Below is what he’s looking for and how you can contact him if you wish to participate. The research is open to both students and staff. If you could
Hi Everyone, Frank’s worked very hard at compiling a list of the items we have in the filing cabinets in our archive. Going forward as our cataloguing efforts continue, we’ll post what we have on this section of the website. Check it out at the following link: The Archives Inventory Enjoy, David