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Announcements for May 26

Lunch Special:  Fury Chicken Burger with Curly Fries
New Thursday Breakfast Special: Any breakfast item before 10am you’ll  get a ballot to get a chance to win prizes drawn at the end of lunch

If you played a sports team this year you are invited to our annual athletic banquet. Come out and celebrate NDSS sports with some food and team awards Tuesday June 7th. Tickets are free if you played a sport, just pick up your ticket next week in the front of the caf.
Yearbooks are on sale today and Friday! We will be selling outside the cafeteria at lunch. Full cost is 45.00$ or you may pay a 20.00$ deposit to hold a book. Pay the rest when the yearbooks arrive. Signature pamphlets will also be on sale for 12.00$
And the yearbook is looking for your photos! Proposals, you and your pets, you and your car. Visit the NDSS yearbook Facebook page to submit your photos or come to room D2 at lunch.
Are you a grade 11 or 12 student interested in the health sciences? Are you taking biology and chemistry courses at NDSS and want to know where these classes can take you? NDSS will be hosting a presentation by current university Health Science students this Thursday at 11am in the library. This is your chance to hear what the future hold for health science jobs and the education that will be required. The students will share their experiences, as well as what they look forward to as they head in to the work force. This presentation is open to all interested senior students. Attendance will be taken in the library.
Pizza Lunch today for Grade 12 respect ed facilitators meet in people place at 12:25
Concert Band meets today at 12:30 in C14
Are you interested in aviation? Have dreams to pilot your own plane some day? Then you should definitely check out the Pilot Career Day this Saturday, May 28th at flykingston. Students can call or go online to register for the discovery flight. Participating students will be given their own professional pilot logbook to log their first flight. Drop by people place for more information.
A reminder to Gr. 12 regarding the Charlotte Uens Scholarship. The charlotte uens scholarship is due to People place by 2:30 on Wednesdat June 1st. That’s just under 1 week away Hawk Grads. To student who have previously requested transcripts for this scholarship- they ae ready and waiting for you in people place. Please complete the checklist on the final page of the application to ensure you have everything you need. Don’t miss out on thousands of dollars! Submit your application on or before June 1st.
To gr. 12’s who have applied to university. Hey future Ontario University Student, the deadline for accepting your university offer is just over a week away. By June 1st you need to accept your offer. This is done by going back into your application on the Ontario University Applications website. If you Need help, a people place counsellor is just a few steps away. Book your appointment Before June 1st if you need assistance.
If wishes were dresses will be setting up a boutique in Napanee from Thursday May 19 to Sunday May 22nd. Dress and accessories are free appointments are required and confidential. Check out the posts in People Place or Michelle Millers office for contact details
Summer Jobs, Summer jobs…
Looking for a summer job or first job? Need some help getting started? Come and chat with career edge May 27th in front of the cafeteria. And speaking of summer jobs, application forms for summer caretaking position have just arrived. These are due, with a copy of your resume, on May 26th to the Limestone Education Centre.
Hey Grads. Need money? Going to school next year to study civil engineering? Then one of the following scholarships might be just for you! The Ontario Road Builders’ Association sponsors 2 civil engineering scholarships, one for students entering a civil Engineers programs at university, and the other for students entering Civil Engineering technology or Technician programs at collage. Applications are due May 31. Drop by People Place for more details
Looking for some volunteer hours? Another volunteer opportunity has become available, The Parent Council at Bath Public School is looking for student volunteers to help on July 1st with the Bath Canada Day Celebrations. It will be busy day, so quite a few volunteers are needed. If you are interested check out the volunteer table in People Place for the contact information.
Looking for some work over the summer? A new summer employment opportunity has become available; The stone Mills Township Soccer Association is looking for ref’s for the 2016 season. The job would include two games per week on Monday nights and pays $20 per game. For more details, come to people place to get the contact information.
From People Place: Still looking to complete your community volunteer hours? There are no shortages of opportunities out there hawks. Sat. June 11th is the Napanee Riverfront Festival. Volunteer for the day by helping with various kids’ activities like volleyball, canoe races and arts and crafts. If you are planning to graduate in June and still need some hours, this is your chance. Get the contact information at People Place or from one of the posters around the school.
Charlotte Uens Scholarships are now available for pick up in People Place for students heading off to university, college or an apprenticeship. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity strictly for NDSS grads! Applications- which require a transcript and two references including a letter are due by June 1st.  See a counsellor if you have any questions
From People Place:
Another Scholarship has arrived in People Place
The Meridian Commitment Community Scholarship in for Ontario high school graduates who are showcasing creative and innovative ways of helping their communities. There are many types of community support from volunteering with a charity, starting your own social enterprise, or finding a creative way to solve a problem for people in need. Share your unique story and you could be the lucky recipient of 10,000.
If you are someone who plans to pursue post-secondary education next year, and you demonstrate an outstanding commitment to your community, come to our scholarships counter in People Place today and get the application details.
From People Place:
Calling all Graduates. More free money has arrived folks. That’s right; two more scholarships have just arrived in People Place!
The L&A Stewardship Bursary is for students’ studying post-secondary programs in Environmental, Natural Resources, and/ or Agricultural Studies. And the Lennox and Addington Cattlemen’s Association Award is for students pursuing any field related to agriculture. This could include equipment, business. Or some sciences. Both scholarships are worth $500 each, and have mid to later May deadlines.
Don’t miss out on your chance for free money. Drop by our scholarships counter in People Place today!
Hey Hawks! Napanee is getting ready to run… Our first 5K race that is!  Saturday June 18th is the first annual Napanee Heritage 5K and kids’ 1-miler! And the local organization committee is in need of LOTS of volunteers! Could you help direct runners on the course? Help look after kid’s activities or paint faces? Assist at the registration table? Help hand out snacks or clean up? These jobs and more are available! Check out the volunteer table in People Place to get your name on the signup sheet to be a part of this exciting new annual event in out community!

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