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Friday, October 11, 2019

matilda tickets

Tickets for Matilda are now on sale in the front office! Available for a discounted price of $15 in October. November 1st tickets are $19.
Production is January 8-10 at the Arden Theatre.

SCHOOL HOURS

There are no classes on Monday, October 14 (Thanksgiving Day) and Tuesday, October 15 (PD Day).
Classes resume on Wednesday, October 16 at 9:30. (Late entry day)

SADD MEETING

The next meeting for SADD will be Friday, October 18 at 1:35 in Room 216.

PROJECT WINTER WARMTH

Project Winter Warmth will be holding an organizational meeting on Wednesday, October 9 in room 168 at lunch. Everyone is welcome!

TASTE OF KANE

Enjoy delicious food from around the world and live entertainment on Friday, October 18 in the large gym at lunch (11:20-12:25). Tickets 4 for $1.00. Funds raised will go to the St. Albert Food Bank and Change for Africa.

explore japan

Any previous or current Japanese student who is interested in attending Explore Japan on November 2, please see Ms. Mazurok for a permission form and information about the digital registration.

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN

Students planning to apply to the University of Saskatchewan are invited to join us for our USASK EXPRESS admissions workshop and information session on Sunday, November 3 at Four Points by Sheraton. For more info email eriko.musashi@usask.ca

UBC INFORMATION SESSION

Sir George Simpson is looking for students willing to tutor at SGS from 3:00-4:00 on school days. If you are interested in the volunteer opportunity, please come to student services.

adopt a book!

It’s time to adopt a book! The Library is trimming its collection of titles that don’t circulate. That doesn’t mean they should be thrown out. We could have the book you’re looking for! New titles every day – no holds.

VOLUNTEER TUTORS

Sir George Simpson is looking for students willing to tutor at SGS from 3:00-4:00 on school days. If you are interested in the volunteer opportunity, please come to student services.

ADLC AND ONSIDE STUDENTS

50% of your course needs to be completed by the end of October

U OF A UPCOMING EVENTS

Open House: Saturday, October 19
Indigenous Student Experience: October 19
Minds that Matter: Gairdner Symposium, October 21

HISTORICA CANADA

Historica Canada is marking the 50th Anniversary of the Official Languages Act with a contest inviting students to reflect on bilingualism and Canadian identity. Please click here for more information. Applications due October 31.

AUGUSTANA CAMPUS

U of A Augustana Campus in Camrose is hosting a Preview Day on Friday, October 18 – explore the campus and enjoy a complimentary lunch. Contact Lucas Hudec.

SENIOR BAM

Senior BAM (Building Assets & Memories) has bi-weekly meetings on Sunday from 7-8 pm at #43, 100 St. Thomas Street. BAM is focused in promoting the 40 Developmental Assets to help youth grow up healthy and well supported. Help plan events, activities, workshops and projects around St. Albert. Contact Jordan Slessor for more information.

ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES

Environmental Initiatives Grant Program Project Ideas Mentor Program: Application Mentor Program looking for students to meet with a Grant Program review team member to brainstorm and develop your project ideas before applying. Email staff or phone 780-459-1735 to book an appointment. Application deadline is October 10 at 5 p.m. Click here to download the grant application.

CHANGE FOR AFRICA

Change for Africa will be selling pie and ice cream on Friday, October 11 outside the cafeteria. Bring $2.00 and help us build a school in Kenya, Africa.


SHAD CANADA

Shad is a STEAM-based enrichment program for high-achieving students in Grade 10 & 11. Shad provides a unique summer opportunity for students who are motivated for more. Click here to apply.


DIPLOMA REWRITES

Any students wanting to REWRITE a diploma exam in January, please see Ms. Solomon in the front office.

FUNDSCRIP GIFT CARD ORDERS

For Grade 12 grads: If you have completed Fundscrip gift card order forms, please hand them in to the front office by October 18th.

JOURNÉE CARRIÈRES EN SANTÉ EN FRANÇAIS AU CAMPUS SAINT-JEAN

16 novembre, 2019
Tu aimerais en apprendre plus sur les programmes de sciences infirmières, de médecine, de nutrition, d’ergothérapie, de physiothérapie, de service social, d’orthophonie et d’audiologie? Le Campus Saint-Jean/University of Alberta en collaboration avec l’Université d’Ottawa organise une journée complètes d’ateliers mettant en vedette 8 différentes disciplines reliées à la santé. Allez voir Mme Lajoie pour plus de détails.

STUDENT PARKING

There are still a large number of students parking in the student parking lot without parking passes. All students require a parking pass to park in the Paul Kane student parking lot. Come by the front office for an application form.


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