Thursday, May 19, 2016

Thursday, May 19, 2016
TODAY’S LUNCH: Grilled Cheese served with Soup of the day or Salad
Indigenous Awards
Post Secondary
Thurs. May 19
Friday, May 20
Thursday May 19 @ 11:35 in Room 212 West Indigenous Awards Application Process; any
students with Indigenous descent should attend
Advocacy students need to submit their “Post-Secondary Plans” to their Guidance Teachers by
Friday May 20. Advocacy teachers are to submit the completed plans to Mrs. Arruda or Mrs.
Forbes in guidance.
U of M Registration
Friday, May 20
Important Grad
June 1 during ADVO
Missing Cell Phone
Reward Offered
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Peer Tutoring
During Lunch
Go-pher Help
Tues & Thurs 12-12:30
Wed 2:30-3:30
All students are welcome to stop by for homework help in Room 107 East
Mon-Fri 8:00-8:30
Enjoy a quick breakfast/snack in Room 107 East
Wed. May 18 – 11:45
Auditions for the role of Class Valedictorian will be held in Room 307 East
Attention Grads!
Friday May 20 @ 10:15 in Library U of M Registration Process
There will be an important grad meeting on Wednesday, June 1 during Advocacy in the Commons
gym. All grads are required to attend.
A reward is being offered for any information that leads to the recovery of a cell phone that was
stolen Monday, May 2nd at approximately 2pm in the commons. Anyone with information on this is
asked to contact the office. All information will be anonymous.
Boys Rugby Practices will now be outside at Kildonan Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 to
6:30. See Mr. Carson in Room 124W if you have questions
There will be tutors in Room 101 West every day from Monday-Thursday and students can dropin as needed. If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please register online at:
Follow me on Twitter - @gcvlunteer –
Attention Grade 12 Students- How is volunteering credit coming along? Check with your advo teacher or with Mrs. Schindell (posted on her office
door). Deadline for all work is June 3.
Grad POW WOW June 2 - Looking for volunteers for various shifts throughout the day and evening. Interested see CS BB for sign-up and more
details. Deadline for sign-up is May 20th. Follow-up meeting will be on May 24 at 11:40 in room 120 WEST.
KIDS FEST -If you missed the meeting at lunch on Tuesday, please see Mrs. Schindell TODAY in CS office. PLEASE hand in permission slips by Tuesday,
May 17th.
URGENT HELP requested - any student interested in helping out in the library during your spare or at lunch see Mrs. Schindell ASAP. Thanks
Commit to Get Fit - June 5th - Wellness Institute - Interested see CS BB for information and sign-up.
Zoo - looking for volunteers - see CS BB for orientation dates
SunSense Facilitator (Canadian Cancer Society) - volunteer position starting in May until the end of August - interested see CS BB for job description
and contact information.
Check out the new volunteer position postings on the CS BB.
Post-Secondary Information sessions for Aboriginal students
Crohn’s and Colitis proud to launch the fifth annual AbbVie IBD Scholarship Program Canada - $5000 (DEADLINE JUNE 1, 2016)
The scholarship eligibility requirements are as follows: Diagnosed with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis; Seeking an associate, undergraduate, or graduate
degree from a Canadian university; college; or enrolled in a trade school educational diploma; and Enrolled in or awaiting acceptance from a Canadian-based
post-secondary educational institution for the Fall semester of 2016. Application deadline is June 1, 2016. For more information, or to access the online
application, please visit
SOTA Scholarship - $1000
SOTA award given to graduating student planning to enter post-secondary education program leading to teacher certification in Manitoba. Applicants are
required to submit a 500 word essay detailing their future goals and suitability for the teaching profession. See Ms. McDonald for information sheet.
Invite Right - $500
Scholarship to Canadian students who have excelled in their high school roles. If you are a coordinator for your school, or have enriched school culture through
music, film or visual arts, then apply. See Ms. McDonald for information sheet.
[email protected]
INTRAMURALS: We always put a staff team into intramurals. So, if you are looking for a bit of exercise during the day/some fun ask any PE staff when we play. Or check the
schedule posted above the water fountain by the main gym.
Boys Rugby is starting up again. The first training camp is for new and returning players. Come out and see what rugby is about. No obligation to join. This will be a full contact
training camp so bring a mouth guard and shoes for running indoors. Speak to Mr. Carson in Room 204W at lunch if you are unable to attend.