Are you an athlete who is planning to attend college or university next year? Do you have a history of involvement in organized sport? Have you played school sports? Then consider applying for the Kingston District Sports Hall of Fame Financial Award. The award is worth $1000 and the best news is that you have until July 2017 to apply! Come to People Place for more info on this and other scholarships.
Are you applying to Western University? Do you expect to have at least a 90% average in your grade 12 U or M classes? If you answered yes, then the National Scholarship Program might be for you. Pop by the scholarship counter at People Place to pick up an info package.
Divervo – a camp for Spanish speaking kids trying to learn English. They look for English speaking teenagers to volunteer their time for 2 week periods during the summer months. The volunteers interact with the Spanish speaking kids playing sports and having on – on – one conversations. Volunteers are given a certificate for 100 volunteers hours by the end of their two week term. Come by people place for details.
Spirt wear returns. NDSS clothing will be available for purchase at lunch in front of the cafe today. Sales will continue Mondays and Thursdays until December 22nd.
Are you looking for volunteer hours? A Napanee senior citizen is looking for someone to shovel her driveway this winter. If this is something that interests you, come to People Place for contact info.
Winter seems to have arrived that means Spring is on the way… and the Hawk Walk will soon be here! This year the Canadian Cancer Society wants to integrate a modified Relay for Life. So that means more planning, and a day in Ottawa to meet with other people organizing similar events. We are looking for staff and student leaders to be on the planning committee. The first meeting will be this Thursday, December 8th in room C4. If you can’t make the meeting, see Miss McGowen for more info.
Generation Empowered meeting today at 12:30 in A1.
Hey NDSS do you like stories? How about drumming? Well come join our two reps from Tyendiaga Mohawk Territory, for stories, drumming and donuts in the library today.
Students Success and Special Ed teachers and EAs are asked to come at the beginning of lunch to have your photo taken for the yearbook.
The Girls Hockey Team opened their KASSAA season last night in Kingston. Missing four players due to injury and illness, the lady hawks gave the KCVI blues a convincing 7-0 win. Veterans Kiana Lovelace and Olivia Fenwick led the way with 2 goals each while Ray West added one. Rookies Maddy Wheeler and Maddy Cronkwright each scored in their first NDSS game as well. Sara Kennedy and Maddie Burgess spilt the shutout. Home opener is tomorrow at 3pm at the SPC.
The boys Hockey Team started their new season in style yesterday with and exciting 7-3 victory against lasalle.
Basketball boys forms and some money must be in before your first game for juniors your opening is tomorrow you will not play if the requirements are not in.