As promised by the end of the year, the 1969 Magnet Yearbook is now online!
Here’s the 1968 Magnet Yearbook!
Hi Everyone! Sorry for the hiatus, it was a busy summer and fall for myself. I managed to visit the school with Frank on Remembrance Day. Unfortunately activity at the school ground to a halt with the summer break, so we’re hoping to get things started. Here are the latest posts to the site with
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
In 2007, Mrs. Elizabeth Finlay and her Grade 10 students with the help of two OISE/UT interns put this together. It commemorates the following individuals who served valiantly and gave their lives for their country during World War One (1914-1918). The names of those remembered in this book is as follows: 1915 Name Born
Happy Victoria Day Everyone! Work at the school is winding down for the summer. Frank and the librarian assistants have done an awesome job at scanning in the 1966 yearbook just in time for the 1966 reunion. Below are the links to the reunion post and the 1966 yearbook. Message from the Class of 1966:
The 1966 Magnet Yearbook is now online!
This is a message from Bill Mitchell: The class of 1966 is having its 50th reunion and it’s going to be a great bash! We want everyone who was ever at Jarvis to come (well, maybe not Sadie McRoberts). Class of 2015, class of 1915, all are welcome. So get out your spanx, ladies, shave off
Hi Everyone! Happy Easter Weekend Everyone! Hopefully everyone is enjoying the time off of work. I haven’t been able to do much with work and family commitments, but here are a few new posts on the site. What’s new on the site: Jarvis Stars 2008 Video March 2016 Photos/Videos of the Month What’s to
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