NSS’ YA Teen Scholastic Book Club!

Each month, the online flyers are filled with trusted, excellent quality YA TEEN books that are just right for your teen’s reading level and interests. You can still also order from ARROW flyers (middle school and junior high) as well as Preschool – Grade 6. 

Selections change monthly! Scholastic is a very affordable way to purchase books. 

Plus, your order helps our NSS classrooms earn FREE books and resources!

Here are some books for this month: ‘The Grand Escape’ by Neal Bascombe, ‘Resistance’ by Jennifer E. Neilsen and ‘Tough Issue Pack’. Once you’ve made your selections, please order online at www.scholastic.ca/canadaclubs

Please email Mrs. Laila Moos if you have any questions at lsmoos@cbe.ab.ca

NSS Leadership

Students can join leadership any time and doesn’t matter if you won’t be able to make all the meetings.  The meetings on Tuesdays at lunch in room 113.

Speakers’ Bureau

Interested in improving your public speaking skills? Looking to become an ambassador for your school and your sport? Then the Speakers’ Bureau may be for you! 

Several opportunities to speak to elementary and junior high students are available throughout the school year. Please come see Mr. Zado for more information.

GSA Gay Straight Alliance

All students at CBE schools are invited to create and participate in a GSA. Everyone is welcome. Members of or friends of the LGBTQ community and or any interested student are welcome to join.The group would gather weekly, biweekly or monthly and set their own agenda . This is a respectful safe environment for students to gather. If you are interested please see Clare Fewster or Mr. Zado who have volunteered to be the adult sponsors for the group.

Peer Tutoring

For those students who would like to help fellow NSS students with subjects or those who would like a little assistance with classes, please feel free to work together in Room 118 on Wednesday’s period 1. If there is more interest we can expand the peer tutoring program.

NSS Debate Club

NSS is proud to announce that we started our first ever debate club in Mrs. McGregor’s classroom on Wednesdays at lunch. We encourage everyone to come and join the fun, where we will be discussing and debating national and foreign issues.

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NSS’ YA Teen Scholastic Book Club!

Each month, the online flyers are filled with trusted, excellent quality YA TEEN books that are just right for your teen’s reading level and interests. You can still also order from ARROW flyers (middle school and junior high) as well as Preschool – Grade 6. 

Selections change monthly! Scholastic is a very affordable way to purchase books. 

Plus, your order helps our NSS classrooms earn FREE books and resources!

Here are some books for this month: ‘The Grand Escape’ by Neal Bascombe, ‘Resistance’ by Jennifer E. Neilsen and ‘Tough Issue Pack’. Once you’ve made your selections, please order online at www.scholastic.ca/canadaclubs

Please email Mrs. Laila Moos if you have any questions at lsmoos@cbe.ab.ca

NSS Leadership

Students can join leadership any time and doesn’t matter if you won’t be able to make all the meetings.  The meetings on Tuesdays at lunch in room 113.

Speakers’ Bureau

Interested in improving your public speaking skills? Looking to become an ambassador for your school and your sport? Then the Speakers’ Bureau may be for you! 

Several opportunities to speak to elementary and junior high students are available throughout the school year. Please come see Mr. Zado for more information.

GSA Gay Straight Alliance

All students at CBE schools are invited to create and participate in a GSA. Everyone is welcome. Members of or friends of the LGBTQ community and or any interested student are welcome to join.The group would gather weekly, biweekly or monthly and set their own agenda . This is a respectful safe environment for students to gather. If you are interested please see Clare Fewster or Mr. Zado who have volunteered to be the adult sponsors for the group.

Peer Tutoring

For those students who would like to help fellow NSS students with subjects or those who would like a little assistance with classes, please feel free to work together in Room 118 on Wednesday’s period 1. If there is more interest we can expand the peer tutoring program.

NSS Debate Club

NSS is proud to announce that we started our first ever debate club in Mrs. McGregor’s classroom on Wednesdays at lunch. We encourage everyone to come and join the fun, where we will be discussing and debating national and foreign issues.

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