Friday February 24, 2017
Griffy’s Grill Lunch Special:
SPECIAL: Butter Chicken With Pasta $5.25
DOLLAR DEAL: Mini Pizza $3.00
Daily Specials Include A Small Milk
Music and Tech:
The Music Executive will meet today at recess in the music room.
There will be a brief meeting of ALL trip students today at 1:30 in the PC
Junior Jazz Band rehearsal is Monday morning at 7:30. Please arrive by 7:20.
Archery participants that are interested in resuming shooting sessions on Sunday’s are asked to please meet in the gym classroom at recess.
Boys rugby practices will start on Monday after-school in the gym.
Girls rugby practices will start on Tuesday at 4:00 pm at the Kentville indoor soccer facility.
If, there are questions please see Mr. Galloway for your concerns.
The team will not be practicing this Sunday as coaches will be away for another competition.
Information now available in Student Services for:
Scholarships & Bursaries
The O’Brien Huntley Scholarship (deadline submission dates: March 30-April 30, 2017).
Nova Scotia Criminal Justice Association (due March 31st).
Dr. P. Anthony Johnstone Memorial Entrance Scholarship (due March 31st).
Royal Canadian Legion Kings Br.6 (due May 1st).
The Kinette Club of Kentville & District – 2017 Education Award (due May 15th).
Kentville & District Kinette Club Award (due May 15th).
Valley Regional Hospital Auxiliary Bursary (by May 15th).
The Port Williams Health Auxiliary Bursary (before May 15th).
MADD Canada has a bursary fund for students whose parent, guardian, or sibling was killed as a result of impaired driving and is wishing to pursue a post-secondary education. Download the application at: http://www.madd.ca/madd2/en/services/youth services bursary.html.
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Clubs and Activities:
Course registration is fast approaching. One option for students entering Grade 11 or 12 is the Virtual Advanced Placement (AP) Program offered by the AVRSB to provide advanced courses for interested students. The AP courses are considered to be of a first year university level and can lead to a university credit or university advanced standing if the student is successful in the course. Currently the AVRSB offers AP Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, English Literature and Human Geography via the internet. AP courses are a great way to enhance your university application and scholarship opportunities. You are encouraged to attend the AP orientation session on March 2nd – 9:15 – 11:25 to learn more about the program. Come out and see what it is all about!!
Army Reserves. A representative will be available outside Student Services Thursday March 2 at lunchtime (1:10-1:50). If you are interested in this opportunity, while completing your high school diploma ,please stop in. Interested students must be 16 years old and be in grade 10, 11 or 12.
The following students still need to return their Math 11 books to Mrs. Fuller ASAP:
Students are invited to enter MADD Canada’s National Multi-Media Contest. There is 1 age category (24 and under) and cash prizes for the top 3 entries ($500., $200. and $100.). The top 3 entries will also be posted on MADD Canada’s website. Please download the entry forms at : http://www.madd.ca/madd2/en/services/youth services contests.html.