Mr. Bruce

I will upload information for you to check out on a regular basis. Keep checking frequently for any new info.

If you are a student in my p.1 class or a graduate of MVHS who is attentding post-secondary education facilities in the fall, take a few minutes to read the following information.

Posted: April 28, 2020

Attention Grads:  Please check to see if the English Credit option may pretain to you!

I also have graduates who have not submitted the grad information that we are looking for.  Complete the and get a free t-shirt when you fill out the forms survey.  Go to the MVHS website.  The forms link is under the news section.  Please complete promptly (i will be in touch with you via text if you are one who needs to do this ) so the list can finalized this week.  If students have questions or problems, please have them email Mr. Jamieson.  Any other issues, let me know.  Thank you all.

Posted: April 21, 2020

Continue to use the information posted last week to keep your trades related math skills fresh in your mind.

We had just wrapped up safety and it was time to start working in the shop to complete practical activities.

Over the next week, look on YouTube and find some videos to watch that show the proper set up and use of the tools/machines and equipment we completed the safety activity sheets for.

Think about some of the things that we use in our daily lives or have in our surrounding environment that are produced using these machines and techniques and then see if you can find a video to watch to show how that item is made.

I will be making contact with those of you who i have contact information for to check to see how you are doing and if you have any questions!

Stay safe and have a great day:)

Posted: April 14, 2020

Good morning!

I hope everyone had a chance to have a look at the assignments posted last week.

The information contained in this new assignment focuses on practical math skills that are necessary to be successful when working in the trades.

I will be touching base with you again during the week to see how you are doing and to see if you have any questions about the assignment. You can email or text if you have any questions or just need to chat to someone.

Have a great week and remember ---- keep 6 FEET apart!!

PDF icon trades_math_workbook_.pdf1.17 MB

The following document outlines several safety requirements in a series of true/false, multiple choice and short answer responses. Have a look at the information and if you have any questions, dont hesitate to send me an email and i will help you in determining the safety, accurate or specific information to answer the question.

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Today is a new day as we embark on a new style of learning in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. I will be posting various information and activities on my teacher page for you to take advantage of over the next days/weeks that follow.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at and i will assist you in a timely manner.

I will also be making contact with you via a phone call in the next day or two. I want to touch base and see how you are doing and have a quick chat!


Posted: April 6, 2020

The following information is related to metal lathe set up and operations.  Practice questions related to information are included at the end of the document.

PDF icon lathe_information_and_practice_test.pdf222.96 KB

6 feet = 72 inches.

Remember the importance of correctly measuring units!!


The following document outlines what the expectations are for your child when in our classes/shops

File september_6th_shop_letter.docx12.87 KB


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