June 16th, 2017
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- GSA meeting today at noon in the YHC.
- Grade 9 students interested in applying for the Duke of Edinburgh Program are asked to pass in their applications to Mr. cumminger by this today.
- If anyone found a belt buckle with a barrel racer on it, please pass ito the office.
- Grads! You can pick up your baby pictures from Mrs. Levy in the office.
- Prom meeting today at 12 noon in Ms. Ward's room.
- Graduation ceremony tickets are available for grade 12 students. Please see Mrs. Smith ASAP.
- A reminder to all high school students that your volunteer hours are due to Mr. Cumminger.
- Prom Tickets - $15.00
- Yearbook order forms are now available, please see Ms. Landry or Mrs. Levy. Yearbooks are $35.00
- There will be an Indigenous Nova Scotia Health Science Summer Camp 2017 at Dalhousie University from August 7-9, 2017 for Indigenous students ages 8-11. Please see Ms Mullen for more details. Application deadline is June 15th.
- All students have until Monday, June 19th to pick up work from the art room or it will be disposed of.
Any Aboriginal students interested in applying for the Mi'kmaq Native Friendship Center's Backpack program, please see Ms Mullen for an application ASAP. Deadline is July 6th, 2017.
Neptune Theatre will be having auditions July 23rd, to cast for their original musical called My Side of the Country for Neptune's Youth Performance Company (YPCo). They are searching for an aspiring performer of First Nations background. A scholarship fund is available for the program (as well as the Musical Theatre Boot Camp July 10-22nd).
Feel free to contact Laura Caswell, Director of Education, Neptune Theatre, with any questions: email@example.com or 902 429 7300 x 255
Do you love reading? Do you follow politics? Do you dream of being a writer? Do you wonder what university might be like? If so, The Humanities Youth Summer program may be for you. The university of Kings College is accepting applications for youth ages 14-16 for a summer program that runs from July 7th - July 16th, 2017. Please see Ms Mullen if you are interested.
The Nova Scotia boys soccer team is looking for Aboriginal boys, ages 14-19, to join them at The North American Indigenous Games in July, 2017. If interested, please see Ms. Mullen for more information.
- Gr. 12 students are reminded to check the bursary binder regularly in the guidance office.
There are a few lost & found items, owners may claim these outside the office.