Thursday April 5th
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Any grads that would like some help in applying for local community scholarships and bursaries, join Ms. Terlingen at lunch this Friday. Deadline for submitting your applications are next week April 12th.
Any grad 12's in the process of your GT 12 and still need volunteer hours? Join as a judge for the 2018 regional science fair event on Saturday, April 14 at Selkirk College, Castlegar Campus Gymnasium. Contact Marie Martin at Selkirk College 354-3229 or email email@example.com
Today in the gym at 11:45 all grade elevens and twelves are encouraged to come down to the gym for some bellyball fun! Let your school spirit shine.
Rugby players! The yearbook is in great need of rugby pictures--boys' and girls' teams. Please send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We also need a write-up about the boys' rugby story for 2017-18. As soon as possible! Our final deadline is April 10.
There will be a rotary interact meeting on Thursday April 6th, in room 207 at 11:40 . Planning for the Annual bottle drive, Shelter box fundraiser, and Shoebank Canada. Adopt a highway cleanup day, Dates and times will be discussed. New members are always welcome.
The Leadership in Technology (LIT) Group will meet this Friday at lunch in the media arts room. This week we are fortunate to have Psychologist Shayla Wright joining us to learn more about learning exceptionalities and how to present information in a way that is accessible to all. Contact Ms. Mobbs for more information.
The Rose Garden Cafe is hiring employees for the Summer of 2018. We are looking for motivated individuals who are: organized, responsible, dependable, professional, flexible, love to cook, enjoy working as part of a team, and are happy serving the public with enthusiasm. We will hire full and part-time employees with culinary aptitude, efficient serving skills, and cashier experience. We are currently accepting cover letters
and resumes with references at email@example.com
How do you think choirs and a cappella groups pay for things? They pay in har-money. If you love to sing, come and sign up for this year's a cappella group! Auditions will be during lunch and after school next week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and you will need to prepare one song for your audition. If you have already signed up, please aim to arrive at least 10 minutes before your time slot, as we have a brief questionnaire for you to fill out. Please contact Sapphire Guthrie or Soleil Babcock for more information.
All dance students in Ms. MacMillan's Block 3 and 4 classes are reminded to bring a toonie to school tomorrow, Friday April 6th. The toonie is for your admission to the Dance Festival at the Capitol tomorrow morning. There will be busses to bring you to and from the Capitol. Please meet in the theatre at your regular class times and we will load the bus from there. Dance Company students in Metamorphosis will load the bus with the block 3 class at 9:20. Dance Company students in The Net will walk down to the theatre at lunch and will be picked up by bus just after 2pm.
Any grade 11 or 12 student that are interested in marine biology or oceanography should attend a meeting this Friday at 11:35 in Mr Schmidt's rm on the first floor. There will be an opportunity to go to Bamfield Marine Research center on Vancouver island in the first week of May for three days Any Abed kids wishing to go can apply for a bursary to cover costs. Students should have taken Biology 11. See Mr Machado if you can't make it or need more details.
The presentation list for the District Dogwood Scholarship is up in the counselling area on the counsellor's doors. Please sign your initials beside your name to confirm that you will be attending your presentation times and if there is a conflict please inform your respective counsellor.
Parents are invited to a DPAC screening of Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope at the Civic Mon April 9th 7pm. http://www.acesconnection.com/blog/resilience-documentary-now-available-to-license-for-screening (It is a USA based movie that explores the impact of the stress of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on brain development ) There will be a panel discussion with Ben Eaton (Director of Student Services, SD8), Donna Wright (local Métis Elder), Nicole LeBihan (Art Therapist and instructor at Kutenai Art Therapy Institute) and Shayla Richards (District Psychologist) following the screening.
(see posters attached)