Daily Bulletin

Nov  20,  2019

Cafeteria Supervision       L. Bergerman, J. Kennedy

Library Supervision          S. Cebrecos-Sebastian

NEW ITEMS

  • Do you need help with any of your classes? Then we have the support for you! There are Peer Success Club Tutors ready to help you improve your Math, Sciences, English, Social, French, Latin, Spanish, and/or Japanese skills. Drop in to Room 102A for peer tutoring Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:40 to 4:30 pm. We are ready and able to help you!

RECENT NEWS


  • BELTLINE BIKE CLUB: this club meets Thursdays after school, 4:30 to 6:30 PM at TWO WHEEL VIEW HEADQUARTERS, #101, 1725 10 Ave SW. Join the club to learn bike mechanics, make new friends and connections, explore Calgary, enjoy snacks, and build your own bike! For more information email THOM@TWOWHEELVIEW.ORG
  • University of Alberta – Students are invited to an in-person advising session to learn more about programs, admission, and the application process at the U of A.  Fri. Nov. 22 U of A Calgary Centre (120 – 333 5 Ave SW) Full schedule and sign up online at uab.ca/advising
  • Green and Gold Getaway 2020 – Green and Gold Getaway 2020 is a chance for 20 grade 11 students from across Alberta to visit the University of Alberta for an exciting weekend (May 22-24, 2019). For more information, please visit: : https://www.ualberta.ca/admi
  • November 25 – 28: FLA midterms:
  • Nov. 25: Library periods 1 & 4 plus a.m./p.m. tutorials
  • Nov. 26: Library all day
  • Nov. 27: Tech Centre a.m. tutorial, periods 1 & 2, lunch

Good luck to students writing their exams.

  • Hosting Opportunity: We are seeking WCHS families that would be interested in opening their homes to host a Danish high school student from February 29th – March 7th, 2020. The Danish student would accompany Western students to school from Monday-Friday.  It would be “school as usual” for our students, while the Danish student participated in various day trips. The Danish student would then come home with their host student and participate in your regular evening and weekend activities or other planned events. Host families would be responsible for providing meals during the homestay as well as a safe and clean room for the Danish student to stay in. We would work to pair WCHS students with a student with similar interests in hopes that they can cultivate a friendship and potential international networks.  Our WCHS community has always been incredibly gracious hosts and we are hoping that we can continue the tradition of hosting this spring. Any interested families should contact Jen Kennedy at jlkennedy@cbe.ab.ca


Student Bulletin

              

Daily Bulletin

Nov  20,  2019

Cafeteria Supervision       L. Bergerman, J. Kennedy

Library Supervision          S. Cebrecos-Sebastian

NEW ITEMS

  • Do you need help with any of your classes? Then we have the support for you! There are Peer Success Club Tutors ready to help you improve your Math, Sciences, English, Social, French, Latin, Spanish, and/or Japanese skills. Drop in to Room 102A for peer tutoring Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:40 to 4:30 pm. We are ready and able to help you!

RECENT NEWS


  • BELTLINE BIKE CLUB: this club meets Thursdays after school, 4:30 to 6:30 PM at TWO WHEEL VIEW HEADQUARTERS, #101, 1725 10 Ave SW. Join the club to learn bike mechanics, make new friends and connections, explore Calgary, enjoy snacks, and build your own bike! For more information email THOM@TWOWHEELVIEW.ORG
  • University of Alberta – Students are invited to an in-person advising session to learn more about programs, admission, and the application process at the U of A.  Fri. Nov. 22 U of A Calgary Centre (120 – 333 5 Ave SW) Full schedule and sign up online at uab.ca/advising
  • Green and Gold Getaway 2020 – Green and Gold Getaway 2020 is a chance for 20 grade 11 students from across Alberta to visit the University of Alberta for an exciting weekend (May 22-24, 2019). For more information, please visit: : https://www.ualberta.ca/admi
  • November 25 – 28: FLA midterms:
  • Nov. 25: Library periods 1 & 4 plus a.m./p.m. tutorials
  • Nov. 26: Library all day
  • Nov. 27: Tech Centre a.m. tutorial, periods 1 & 2, lunch

Good luck to students writing their exams.

  • Hosting Opportunity: We are seeking WCHS families that would be interested in opening their homes to host a Danish high school student from February 29th – March 7th, 2020. The Danish student would accompany Western students to school from Monday-Friday.  It would be “school as usual” for our students, while the Danish student participated in various day trips. The Danish student would then come home with their host student and participate in your regular evening and weekend activities or other planned events. Host families would be responsible for providing meals during the homestay as well as a safe and clean room for the Danish student to stay in. We would work to pair WCHS students with a student with similar interests in hopes that they can cultivate a friendship and potential international networks.  Our WCHS community has always been incredibly gracious hosts and we are hoping that we can continue the tradition of hosting this spring. Any interested families should contact Jen Kennedy at jlkennedy@cbe.ab.ca


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