Other Ways to Get Involved

  • Athletics 
  • Art
  • Band
  • Cheer team
  • Choir
  • Community program
  • Debate
  • Drama production
  • Drop in centre
  • Environmental
  • Fashion show
  • Fine arts
  • Fitness
  • Free the women
  • Games club
  • Graduation
  • GSA club
  • International club
  • International certificate
  • Leadership
  • Math
  • Model UN
  • Newspaper club
  • Poetry club
  • Principal’s advisory
  • Robotics team
  • Sailing trip
  • Science olympics
  • Speech
  • Student council
  • Volunteer club
  • Yearbook

Leadership

The Leadership class has been transformed! Instead of a class within the timetable, Leadership has become an extra-curricular group that meets weekly Monday’s at lunch in Room 147. This student group, or ‘council’, is non-elected – any students (Grades 10-12) who are interested and willing to commit their time and effort to the council is welcome to participate. No previous involvement in the Leadership class is required – anyone is welcome!

The Student Leadership Council will pick up where the Leadership Class left off. Students who participate will help staff and administration at Manning put on school functions (i.e., Parent/Teacher Interviews), and in return will get the opportunity to stage events in the school that are student centred and created, like the ever popular Battle of the Bands!

The Battle of the Bands, where Manning student’s garage bands take to the stage and try to get their fans to pledge money during their lunch time set, with the bands that raise the most money will qualify for the finale where the champion will be chosen by those who attend the finale event (all money donated will go towards a charity – last year the charity was Unicef – this year’s charity has not yet been chosen).

Also in October, the Student Leadership Council will work with Education Matters for the third consecutive year by acting as student ambassadors and table facilitators at the Distinguished Alumni Dinner on October 22. This event is both a fundraiser for Education Matters, a public education advocacy organization, and an opportunity to recognize alumni of the public education system who have made significant contributions to society and championed public education!

Intramurals

A full intramural program runs from the end of October until May including:

  • Arena Football 
  • Badminton 
  • Basketball 
  • Floor Hockey 
  • Indoor Soccer 
  • Volleyball

The student leadership class maintains an ongoing social agenda for the student body by operating a variety of activities that enhance the culture and climate of the school.

Athletics Booster Club

The Griffin Athletic Club is a small group of parents, alumni, and community members who have a vested interest in working toward building the awareness of Ernest Manning High School Athletics. Their mission is to assist in the fundraising efforts which directly support student athletes.

Clubs

Other Ways to Get Involved

  • Athletics 
  • Art
  • Band
  • Cheer team
  • Choir
  • Community program
  • Debate
  • Drama production
  • Drop in centre
  • Environmental
  • Fashion show
  • Fine arts
  • Fitness
  • Free the women
  • Games club
  • Graduation
  • GSA club
  • International club
  • International certificate
  • Leadership
  • Math
  • Model UN
  • Newspaper club
  • Poetry club
  • Principal’s advisory
  • Robotics team
  • Sailing trip
  • Science olympics
  • Speech
  • Student council
  • Volunteer club
  • Yearbook

Leadership

The Leadership class has been transformed! Instead of a class within the timetable, Leadership has become an extra-curricular group that meets weekly Monday’s at lunch in Room 147. This student group, or ‘council’, is non-elected – any students (Grades 10-12) who are interested and willing to commit their time and effort to the council is welcome to participate. No previous involvement in the Leadership class is required – anyone is welcome!

The Student Leadership Council will pick up where the Leadership Class left off. Students who participate will help staff and administration at Manning put on school functions (i.e., Parent/Teacher Interviews), and in return will get the opportunity to stage events in the school that are student centred and created, like the ever popular Battle of the Bands!

The Battle of the Bands, where Manning student’s garage bands take to the stage and try to get their fans to pledge money during their lunch time set, with the bands that raise the most money will qualify for the finale where the champion will be chosen by those who attend the finale event (all money donated will go towards a charity – last year the charity was Unicef – this year’s charity has not yet been chosen).

Also in October, the Student Leadership Council will work with Education Matters for the third consecutive year by acting as student ambassadors and table facilitators at the Distinguished Alumni Dinner on October 22. This event is both a fundraiser for Education Matters, a public education advocacy organization, and an opportunity to recognize alumni of the public education system who have made significant contributions to society and championed public education!

Intramurals

A full intramural program runs from the end of October until May including:

  • Arena Football 
  • Badminton 
  • Basketball 
  • Floor Hockey 
  • Indoor Soccer 
  • Volleyball

The student leadership class maintains an ongoing social agenda for the student body by operating a variety of activities that enhance the culture and climate of the school.

Athletics Booster Club

The Griffin Athletic Club is a small group of parents, alumni, and community members who have a vested interest in working toward building the awareness of Ernest Manning High School Athletics. Their mission is to assist in the fundraising efforts which directly support student athletes.

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