March 27, 2017
The girls’ run club re-scheduled for next Thursday at 2pm.
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.
Girls' field hockey tryouts will take place next Monday and Wednesday in the Auburn gym from 6-7:30 pm. Please bring soccer shin pads and mouth guards as well as appropriate gym gear. Please see Ms. LeBlanc if you have questions.
Boys’ rugby practice today after school in the gym.
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.
- The Wessex Scholarship is a $5,000 award available to students entering/already enrolled in a post-secondary degree level health care program in Atlantic Canada.
- Grade 12 Potential Graduate Students are asked to come to Student Services to pick up and complete their In-School Scholarship Application and their Application to Graduate forms.
- New Applications with respect to the Dartmouth General Hospital Auxiliary Memorial Bursary and the East Coast Credit Union Bursary are available in Student Services.
- Attention Grade 12 Students: Mount St. Vincent University has extended its Basic Scholarship Application Deadline to March 31st for this year.
- University of Kings College in Halifax is offering its residential summer program again this year from July 7 to 16th. “Humanities for Young People” is available to any student who will be 15 or 16 this summer and who is interested in a taste of university life along with an interest in literature, philosophy, history, politics and art. Any interested students should stop by Student Services for a brochure.
Information on the above is available at Student Services.
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