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
Hi Everyone, Here are two videos from the Jarvis Stars 2008 show. Because these videos contain copyrighted material, any advertising you might see goes to the copyright holder (unless we mutually agree to revenue sharing, but I’m not exactly sure how that gets identified for all the copyright holders). Enjoy the videos. David.
Hi Everyone! Hope that you’re all doing well. So new to the site is YouTube Videos! If you’ve subscribed to the Photo of the Month Newsletter, you’ve already been given the first chance to view the videos (along with Facebook and Twitter followers). Right now we have 6 videos posted online from 16mm film that
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
Here’s another video clip that could have come from World War II documenting student life at that time.
This video seems to detail a trip into the wilderness in the 1920’s by Jarvis students and staff.
Here’s another clip from the 20’s.
Jarvis Archives is now posting to YouTube. Here’s a clip from the 1920’s.