Clubs at Our School

Check the bulletin board by the cafeteria for information about active clubs.


External Agencies:

Bridge Foundation for Youth Mentorship Program

The Bridge Foundation operates a Mentorship Club for all new immigrant youth at Scarlett in room 120 one afternoon a week from 3:40 to 5:30 PM. This club is for new students to learn more about Calgary, volunteer in supervised events, develop leadership skills, as well as participate in outside activities. All immigrants, regardless of language background are welcome to join in the fun and experience Calgary. Look for announcements in the school bulletin and outside 113/120 about the meeting dates and times.

World Culture Society

Open to all interested students

The Chinese Cultural Student Association offers an after-school club for all students regardless of cultural background. Meetings will be once a week in room 113 from 3:40 to 5:00 PM starting in September. The focus of the club is to develop cross-cultural understanding and friendships. All students interested in fun activities and making new friends from around the world are welcome to attend. Last year the club was involved in sushi making, a world food fundraiser, volunteering, and some awesome field trips!


Clubs

Clubs at Our School

Check the bulletin board by the cafeteria for information about active clubs.


External Agencies:

Bridge Foundation for Youth Mentorship Program

The Bridge Foundation operates a Mentorship Club for all new immigrant youth at Scarlett in room 120 one afternoon a week from 3:40 to 5:30 PM. This club is for new students to learn more about Calgary, volunteer in supervised events, develop leadership skills, as well as participate in outside activities. All immigrants, regardless of language background are welcome to join in the fun and experience Calgary. Look for announcements in the school bulletin and outside 113/120 about the meeting dates and times.

World Culture Society

Open to all interested students

The Chinese Cultural Student Association offers an after-school club for all students regardless of cultural background. Meetings will be once a week in room 113 from 3:40 to 5:00 PM starting in September. The focus of the club is to develop cross-cultural understanding and friendships. All students interested in fun activities and making new friends from around the world are welcome to attend. Last year the club was involved in sushi making, a world food fundraiser, volunteering, and some awesome field trips!


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