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Friday, June 22

All New SRC Members

A reminder of a very important SRC meeting on Wed., June 27 from 11:00-1:00 in room 115.


Attention 2012-2013 Grade 10 English AP Students

There will be a mandatory meeting on Monday in room 105 at 12:00 pm.


Band Students

Please take your instruments home by today!  Those that play school board instruments, please make sure your instrument has been tagged for repairs and cleaning.


Grade 10 Honours Science

Students registered in grade 10 honours science next term must attend a meeting at 10:45 (immediately following the final exam) on Tuesday, June 26 in room 372


Spring Canoe Trip

If you are interested in a CD of the pictures from the spring canoe trip, please see Mrs. Vermette at the break in the math office or in room 3411.


Cyber School

Cyber School is taking registrations for summer school?  All of our classes are available for the summer school, which runs from July 1st to August 31st.  Registration is now open - just go to the Cyber School website and look for the "Virtual Summer School" link.  All necessary information and registration links are available from this site.


PAAL Camp 2012- Volunteers are Needed!

This camp exposes children, teens, &/or adults with visual &/or hearing impairments as well as cognitive &/or developmental challenges to a variety of different summer time activities such as tennis, golf, archery, and more.  You will receive a Letter of reference from the College of Kinesiology based on your participation at the camp.  See a counsellor in Student Services for applications.


Grade 12's attending Post-Secondary in the fall

Remember to arrange for a final transcript of marks from the Ministry of Education to be sent for final admission.  These forms are available in Student Services.


Digital Media Project- FREE summer workshops for high school students.  Choose to attend 1 of 2 sessions running at different locations in July/August.  Commitment is 4hrs/day for 2 weeks.  Free lunch every day. Fun facilitators, active workshop sessions learning new digital media skills & critical thinking skills. This is an action research project focused on youth learning and action on community issues, based out of the College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan. If you have questions please contact Jeh Custerra - jeh.custerra@gmail.com / 361-7855 (c). Register online at http://tinyurl.com/73zt7gu