Stelly's Daily Buzz - September 18, 2023
Stelly’s Daily Buzz
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 2023
GENERAL SCHOOL NEWS
For students bringing vehicles, please remember to register at the office to get a window sticker. Information is available at the main office.
Student Verification Forms: These forms were handed out last week and contain all student demographic and family contact details. Please check over the details within this form and update if necessary. ALL forms need to be signed by a parent or guardian and returned to your block 1 teacher. It is crucial that we have up-to-date information for every student (ie new cell numbers, address changes, etc.) in case of an emergency.
The cafeteria will be closed this Wednesday - pizza will be available for purchase (more details in tomorrow’s Buzz )
Today is School Photo Day!
The Social Justice Club will have its first meeting at lunch on Wednesday in Room 30. This club is open for all students and staff who want to have fun while helping others and our planet. Bring your lunch and a friend and help us decide what actions we will take this year. See Mrs. Wallace in room 30 for more information.
Friday September 22nd - Non-Instructional Day (students are not in session)
Friday September 29th - Orange Shirt Day
Oct 2nd - National Day for Truth & Reconciliation (no school)
Senior Girls Volleyball practice at 3:30 today
Rowing practice today at 4pm
Junior Girls Volleyball A practice tomorrow at 3:30pm
Mark your calendars! Grad 2024 Ceremony, dinner/dance and After-Grad party will be on Thursday June 24, 2024! More details will follow and be posted on Google classroom - stay tuned!
Upcoming Scholarship meetings, each happening at lunch time in the Learning Commons:
The Canadian Cancer Society is offering a virtual volunteer fair this evening at 4 pm. They will cover a variety of volunteer opportunities for students from event planning to advocacy. Go to www.cancer.ca/volunteerfair for more information
Big Brothers and Big Sisters is looking for volunteers! Make a BIG difference in the life of a child by donating your time and energy as an In School Teen Mentor.
Listen up! The Young Engagement Program (AKA YEP) is offering Foodsafe and First Aid training at a MASSIVE discount. These fun and interactive training programs are super handy life skills and look great on a resume. Register before it's too late! You must be a YEP member to participate but YEP membership is free. First come first served!
Are you in Grade 11 or 12 and planning on going to University? You don't want to miss the Canadian Universities Event aka "CUE" at Claremont on September 26th from 1-3pm. Connect with local University reps from over 50 institutions across Canada. Field trip forms are available in the Career Centre and due by Thursday, September 21st . We have 60 spots available and buses to get you there and back. You should come!
International students are invited to their first luncheon this Thursday September 21st from 11:30 to 12:15
Stay Golden . . . and Maroon!