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”
Category Archives: Photo of the Month
This month I got a letter asking for a picture form 1957. Unfortunately I left the letter at the school, so I’m not sure if this is the right picture. In any case, it’s the only picture from 1957 in our scanned archive, which is of the Hockey Team, which happened to be the TSSAA
So with the 1997 Magnet Yearbook posted, I thought it would be suitable to post some pictures from 1997. Here are pictures from the school music trip to New York City!
With the posting of the 1969 Yearbook, I decided to take a look and see what pictures we had in our digital archive from 1969. There were just the following two: Milton Jewel – Principal of Jarvis from 1952 to 1969 An invitation to Milton Jewel’s Retirement Presentation
As November mark’s a month of Remembrance for those who fought and died in war, here are a few pictures that are from the World War I era: 1915 Cadet Corps 1915 Cadet Officers 1918 Cadet Corps And here’s a picture to remind us that despite there being a war going on, life at Jarvis
Hi Everyone, So this posts theme is talent shows. At Jarvis there have been quite a few shows put on by our students. I remember the Red, White and Blue Reviews and Mosaics (put on by the Multicultural Club). More recently this has evolved into the Jarvis Stars shows. Below are some old photos from
Hi Everyone, Well, I’ve been given the go ahead to start up the Archives very own YouTube Channel and with that the title of this newsletter will change a little to acknowledge that now we have videos posted online. Since we’ve had so much trouble getting donations for the archives, please bare with the advertising
Lest we forget. Class 4-B prior to 1910. Of the Jarvisites that fought and died during World War I, the three boys standing in the upper left corner were among them. If anyone knows the names of these 3 boys, please let me know.
Hi Everyone, Here are some photos of the last Army Cadet Corps: Don Berteit contributed his story of the Army Cadet Corps which can be found here. More pictures of the final Army Cadet Corps can be found here. Can you name anyone in the pictures? Give the story behind the pictures? Looking
Hi Everyone, Here are two photos with no identification from our archive. Can anyone identify who’s in the pictures and give the story behind the pictures?