Morning Announcements

Msy 25, 2017

Congratulations to Eban Tebay, Billy Somers, Khalid El-Amassi and Megan Sams for advancing to provincials next week in track and field provincials.

401 goes on 411 today.

Late bus today.

Credit recovery 2-4 in room 109.

The boys’ rugby team play in the tier two championship game, Friday at 3:30 on the Cole Harbour turf. This is rematch of last year’s championship against Lockview. Come cheer the boys on. Reminder of practice today after school for the team.

Today AT LUNCH in 103 with Mrs. Knox there will be a quick meeting for all First Nations, Métis and Inuit students interested in being part of a reconciliation project. We need your ideas!

Starting again on Tuesday May 30 from 2-3, there will be afterschool yoga with Mrs. Knox. No experience necessary and mats are provided. All you need is comfy clothes to learn great tips on how to de-stress and live more in the moment at this busy time of year! Hope to see old and new faces.

Resource will be offering extra help support during lunch time in room 109 until exams.

The ultimate frisbee team will be practicing 2 and 3:30 on Friday between the same times. Any Ultimate Frisbee players who played on the four on four tournament a few weekends ago are reminded to pay Mr. Jean for the player fee.

Sister Act tickets are now on sale in the main office. Tickets are $15 each and cash only.

We have extra copies of the 2015-16 yearbooks available in the main office. Cost is $20.

There will be a meeting for all grade 12 students interested in becoming this year’s VALEDICTORIAN today, May 24th at 10:30 in Room 307. All graduating students interested in becoming this year’s Valedictorian must attend this information session. If you are interested, but not able to attend, please see Ms. Finnemore. If you are interested in judging, please come to the meeting as well.

Looking for volunteer hours? Looking to make a difference in the community and in the lives of others? Interested in making new friends and having fun? Be a peer mentor for Autism Nova Scotia’s Community Works Canada program! No experience required! Come to the guidance office for more details!

Clean Nova Scotia has a number of jobs open for students this summer. Deadline for applications is tomorrow. Please check at Student Services for information.

The 2017 Youth Legion Leadership Training Camp will be held from June 24th to July 2nd in Truro, at the Dalhousie Agricultural Campus. Any students interested and available to participate in this Leadership Training opportunity can stop by Student Services or go to ns.legion.ca for application and more information.

The Royal City Soccer Club is hosting its annual summer soccer camp program again this year. Students with soccer experience who are interested in applying for Counselor-in-training jobs, or simply looking for community volunteer opportunities can come by Student Services for application forms or go to www.royalsoccer.com for more information.

Host a student - Share a culture - Make a friend. We are proud to be a welcoming school.

Our school welcomes international students each year from around the world. Host a student in your home. We are looking for families in the community who would be excited to open their home to host a student. For more information please contact Melissa Alexander This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 902 476 6763.

Canadian Parents for French – Nova Scotia has an exciting summer camp season for 2017.   There are week-long overnight camps available that cover a range of French levels and activities. All camps provide a great opportunity for kids to learn and reinforce language skills over the summer. Imagine having all the fun of summer camp « En francais »! For more information and application forms, visit ns.cpf.ca or call 902-453-2048/toll free 1-877-273-5233.

Attention all potential grads: Ms Stairs in student services is collecting grad fees. This year’s fee is $50 (cash only, no cheques). It covers equipment rental, diplomas/transcripts, gown and accessories, and your graduation T-Shirt.   This year we will be hosting our ceremonies in our gymnasium. First grad class ever to have this opportunity! As this is our first year we are going to initially limit guest tickets to two, and possibly add tickets as the big day nears. The cafetorium will be used as overflow so guest exceeding two can watch the proceedings on closed circuit.  

 

Scholarship Info:

  • Nova Scotia Student Assistance program is now open. If you need financial assistance for university or college go online and apply this week. If you have any questions see Mr. Denike in room 206.
  • Grade 12 Potential Graduate Students are asked to come to Student Services to pick up and complete their Application to Graduate forms.
  • New Applications with respect to the Dartmouth General Hospital Auxiliary Memorial Bursary are available in Student Services.
  • Rev. Dr. Donald D. and Mrs. Evelina Skeir Memorial Scholarship Fund – Application Deadline: May 30, 2017.

      

Graduate Information:

Information on the above is available at Student Services.


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