March  2020

We know that some of you need to get in to the school to get items that you need for your learning (textbooks, notebooks, calculators, band instruments, art supplies, etc.). 

 Please follow the specific schedule below.

All traffic in and out of the building must be through the front doors. All other doors will be locked.  

Please do not come to school if you are ill with respiratory illness symptoms (fever, cough, fatigue, and/or muscle aches). Have someone who is feeling well come for you instead. 

Please be sure that you are following the personal hygiene recommendations from Alberta Health Services regarding handwashing, personal space, etc.  

Enter the school and proceed directly to your locker and/or locker room to get textbooks and materials needed for your school work. 

Please do not approach teachers or come to the office. Teachers are not giving instruction face to face. This will be done online, so students will not be able to speak directly with teachers. 

Have your ride wait for you in the parking lot. 

Once you have your materials and belongings, please leave the school. 


Band students: 

The Band Room will be open for you to get your instrument and music if required 

 Art students: 

The Art Rooms will be open for you to pick up supplies if required 


We are trying to mitigate any large gatherings, so please follow the specific schedule that is laid out for you above. You are not to remain in the building any longer than required to pick up your belongings.

 As this situation evolves, families and students will be updated by email. Please check your email regularly for further information. 

 Look after yourselves and your families.



Bulldog Athletics 


Reminders/Resources 

Grad 2020   

Please join the Remind App group to receive updates for Grad 2020.  Instructions to sign up are located on the Grad Bulletin Board, located outside the Business Office.  

Grad Newsletter   

The Grad Newsletter has been distributed in period 2 grade 12 classes.  If you did not receive one of these newsletters, there are extras in the Main Office.  All grade 12 students who are on the graduation list, must have the newsletter as it contains very important information.

Yearbook

Yearbook wants to learn where in world you were born! Please go to the Yearbook D2L shell and fill out the quiz to tell us what city you were born in.  We include this in the yearbook to highlight the diverse background of our student body.  Thanks for your participation


Work Experience / Scholarship Information

Alberta Innovates High School Youth Researcher – March 2020 

The Alberta High School Youth Researcher (HYRS) Program in Health is designed for motivated grade 11 student. Students will work in a University lab, doing cutting edge research at the U of C.  Application deadline in March 2020.  https://research.ucalgary.ca/s... Experience 

Work Experience

Do you have a job?  Are you supervised at your job?  Do you want to earn credits in Work Experience while working and earning a salary? If you are interested, please see Ms. Behrens – in the library to discuss requirements to be part of Work Experience program.

Scholarships 

D2L/Brightspace in active for the grade 12s.  Please check that you are able to log into this scholarship shell.  If not, please see Ms Behrens in the library to be added to the shell. Check out the opportunities and upcoming deadlines.  Information on the course is updated as it becomes available.  Please see Ms Behrens in the library with any questions!


Phrase of the Week 

Chinese -   祝你身体健康!/祝你身體健康!           Zhù nĭ shēn tĭ jiàn kāng

Wish you good health!

French - Je ne sais pas (juh nuh say puh)  I dunno!
German - Du Glückspilz!
Latin - Ut amīcum habeās, sīs amīcus – In order to have a friend, you should be a friend.

Spanish Cuídate mucho = take good care of yourself

Student Bulletin

March  2020

We know that some of you need to get in to the school to get items that you need for your learning (textbooks, notebooks, calculators, band instruments, art supplies, etc.). 

 Please follow the specific schedule below.

All traffic in and out of the building must be through the front doors. All other doors will be locked.  

Please do not come to school if you are ill with respiratory illness symptoms (fever, cough, fatigue, and/or muscle aches). Have someone who is feeling well come for you instead. 

Please be sure that you are following the personal hygiene recommendations from Alberta Health Services regarding handwashing, personal space, etc.  

Enter the school and proceed directly to your locker and/or locker room to get textbooks and materials needed for your school work. 

Please do not approach teachers or come to the office. Teachers are not giving instruction face to face. This will be done online, so students will not be able to speak directly with teachers. 

Have your ride wait for you in the parking lot. 

Once you have your materials and belongings, please leave the school. 


Band students: 

The Band Room will be open for you to get your instrument and music if required 

 Art students: 

The Art Rooms will be open for you to pick up supplies if required 


We are trying to mitigate any large gatherings, so please follow the specific schedule that is laid out for you above. You are not to remain in the building any longer than required to pick up your belongings.

 As this situation evolves, families and students will be updated by email. Please check your email regularly for further information. 

 Look after yourselves and your families.



Bulldog Athletics 


Reminders/Resources 

Grad 2020   

Please join the Remind App group to receive updates for Grad 2020.  Instructions to sign up are located on the Grad Bulletin Board, located outside the Business Office.  

Grad Newsletter   

The Grad Newsletter has been distributed in period 2 grade 12 classes.  If you did not receive one of these newsletters, there are extras in the Main Office.  All grade 12 students who are on the graduation list, must have the newsletter as it contains very important information.

Yearbook

Yearbook wants to learn where in world you were born! Please go to the Yearbook D2L shell and fill out the quiz to tell us what city you were born in.  We include this in the yearbook to highlight the diverse background of our student body.  Thanks for your participation


Work Experience / Scholarship Information

Alberta Innovates High School Youth Researcher – March 2020 

The Alberta High School Youth Researcher (HYRS) Program in Health is designed for motivated grade 11 student. Students will work in a University lab, doing cutting edge research at the U of C.  Application deadline in March 2020.  https://research.ucalgary.ca/s... Experience 

Work Experience

Do you have a job?  Are you supervised at your job?  Do you want to earn credits in Work Experience while working and earning a salary? If you are interested, please see Ms. Behrens – in the library to discuss requirements to be part of Work Experience program.

Scholarships 

D2L/Brightspace in active for the grade 12s.  Please check that you are able to log into this scholarship shell.  If not, please see Ms Behrens in the library to be added to the shell. Check out the opportunities and upcoming deadlines.  Information on the course is updated as it becomes available.  Please see Ms Behrens in the library with any questions!


Phrase of the Week 

Chinese -   祝你身体健康!/祝你身體健康!           Zhù nĭ shēn tĭ jiàn kāng

Wish you good health!

French - Je ne sais pas (juh nuh say puh)  I dunno!
German - Du Glückspilz!
Latin - Ut amīcum habeās, sīs amīcus – In order to have a friend, you should be a friend.

Spanish Cuídate mucho = take good care of yourself

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