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Tuesday May 22, 2018
GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Sexual Health Clinic on Wednesday's from 1:15-2:30pm, See Michele Miller or a guidance counsellor to book an appointment with the nurse.
Yearbooks will be on sale this week for $45 in front of the cafeteria at lunch.
TRIP/FUN OPPORTUNITIES
The government of Canada is offering a weeklong opportunity for grade eleven girls interested in public safety (correctional officer, police, RCMP)
The LDSB in conjunction with the ALCDSB is hosting a series of indigenous student learning and leadership gatherings on May 30 and 31. If interested, see Ms. Siemonsen, Helsby, or Hubble by May 23rd.
We have guests coming from Tyendinaga to talk and drum with us on Thursday May 24th, Tuesday June 5th, and Tuesday June 19th in D3 at lunch. We will be receiving both Objibwe and Mohawk teachings during these sessions. Everyone is welcome!
SPORTS MEETINGS/TRYOUTS/NEWS
Our spring sports are undergoing now! Listen to daily announcements to hear about practice times and game results!
Ultimate Frisbee: practice on May 22 from 5:30-7pm
Congratulations to all our our track and field team as they competed at KASSAA last week with many advancing to EOSSA this week. Special congrats to Carter Free who advanced in the 1500m and ran 8.37 to brake the KASSAA record in 3000m which was previously held by Olympian Dylan Wykes.
CLUB MEETINGS/RESULTS/NEWS
Concert Band: rehearsal at lunch on May 22 in C14
NOTES FOR GRADUATES
POST SECONDARY DEADLINES AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarship, grant, and bursary season is upon us! Stop in to People Place to see the scholarships counter for more information about details and the application process.
The deadline for accepting an offer to a University program is May 31st.
Charlotte Uens Scholarship for financial need, academic competency and leadership! Due June 1st.
The Four Directions Scholarship recognizes indigenous graduates with good academic standing, involvement in the community or extra-curricular activities, demonstrated leadership qualities, dedication, and good attendance.
The Leslie Claus Memorial Scholarship fund award a scholarship to a First Nations student from the Quinte area who will be attending an arts program at post-secondary in the fall. Applications need to be mailed by June 5th.
The Kingston and District Sports Hall of Fame sponsors a $1000 award to a graduating student athlete, attending post-secondary school in the fall, who has shown a high level of involvement in both KASSAA and organized sport. Applications are available now and are due by July 31st.
VOLUNTEER/JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Contact information and more details for all job and volunteer opportunities are available in People Place.
The Investors Walk for alzheimers is in urgent need of a few more helpers to assist with their fundraising walk on Saturday May 26 in Napanee from 9am-12pm.
Bath Public School is having their fun fair on Saturday June 16 from 9am-4pm. They are looking for many volunteer positions including selling tickets, running games, distributing food, etc.
Riverfront Festival will be held on June 8-9 and is looking for volunteers to help with canoe lessons, assisting with games, setup, cleanup, and more!
The Beaver Lake Swim Program is accepting resumes for the position of a swim instructor and lifeguard. This would mean that you are responsible for teaching swimming levels to children. To be eligible, you must have your current Red Cross Water Safety Instructor, Lifesaving National Lifeguard Service, and Standard First Aid/CPR-C Certifications.
The Interval House is looking for a wide range of volunteers!
The 2018 walk for muscular dystrophy. The event is on June 3 at the Conservation Park in Napanee.
The Newburgh-Camden Lions Club is looking for volunteers for a couple of events. On the last Sunday of every month, they need some help a music event that runs from 1-5pm. (setup, welcoming crew, serve food/drinks) Also, volunteers are needed at a 3-day Classic Country Music Festival, in August at the Centreville Fairgrounds.
Did you know that last year the Napanee Heritage 5K raised over $12,000 to go towards a new, rubberized track at our school? This is a project that will benefit students for many years to come! You can register as a part of team NDSS in the event on Saturday June 16 (see Andrecyk in C13) or you can be a race day volunteer!
Are you a senior student thinking about a future in a health science, health care, or medical field? Would you like the opportunity to help promote a vital medical resource at local community events? If either of these statements apply to you, consider volunteering with Canadian Blood Services. They are looking for summer volunteers to help with multiple events in several different roles.
Are you a senior student thinking about a future in a health science, health care or medical field? Would you like the opportunity to help promote a vital medical resource at local community events? If either of these statements apply to you, consider volunteering with Canadian Blood Services. They are looking for summer volunteers to help with multiple events and in several roles.
The Wolfe Island Boat Club is now hiring! Positions include a sailing and rowing coach as well as an assistant coach. This is a full-time position lasting for a minimum of eight weeks throughout the summer.


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