Clubs, Committees & Other "Extended Program Commitments"

Activity Teacher in Charge Time Notes

Advanced Placement Coordinator & Student Services for AP Students

Ms. Ng

On-going

Room 231
Business Office will support with exam fee collection

Advocate, Anime Club

Ms. Griffin, Ms. McNeil

Advocate – Mondays at lunch

Room 331

Awards Committee

1 rep from each department

Spring

 

Band Festivals, A, B, C, D trips, competitions, spring and fall productions, etc.

Ms. Olivier
Mr. Gingrich
Mr. Martin

On-going

Band Rm
(also teach outside the timetable)

Besançon French Partnership/2nd Language Portfolio Project for FSL

Ms. Larocque

2nd Semester

Room 228

Board Games Club

Ms. Armitage

Tues. & Thurs.
at lunch

Room 329

Young Blood for Life

Ms. Fai
Mr. Davison

1 day/week at lunch

Room 107

CBE International Certificate Program

Ms. Lou
Ms. Dunn

On-going

Room 106

Completion Centre

Mr. Vaillant
Ms. Walters

Monday to Thurs 3:45 - 5:15

Success Centre

Connections Camp

Ms. Griffin

 

Room 331

D trips

Mr. Clark, Mr. Hilton

On-going

Room 305 & Portable 2

Dance Show

Ms. Lordo, 

Ms. doAmaral

On-going

Drama Room

Debate & Model UN

Mr. Jean-Allard &
Ms. Lavallee

Wednesday
3:45 - 5:15

Room 202

DELE Exam Prep & Administration

Mr. Clark
Ms. Clemente

February to May

Room 305

DELF Exam Prep & Administration

Ms. Dunn

February to May

Room 221

Fall and Spring Play, Remembrance & Awards Assembly, Drama Festival, Backdrops, etc.

Ms. doAmaral

On-going

Drama Room

Film Fest

Ms. Armitage

Mondays at lunch

Room 329

Grad 2018
(incl. Safe Grad)
Safe Grad & Gowns

Mr. Marshall, Ms. Hudda, Ms. McNeil, Ms. Belhumeur,
Mr. Gingrich

November to May

 

Room 301

Fitness Centre

Mr. Pederson,
Ms. McEvoy-Halston

Mon. to Fri. 7:15 - 9:00   Mon-Thurs 4:00 5:00

Schedule for Weight Room

Improv Club

Ms. doAmaral

Mondays at Lunch

Drama Room

Netherlands French / Science Exchange

Ms. Dunn, Ms. Belhumeur
Mr. Davison, Ms. Fehres

Ongoing

Room 221

Orange Social Action

Mr. Beland

Thursdays – noon

Room 108

Photography Club
Pottery Club

Ms. Marriott

Weekdays - Before classes Oct - June
Weekdays- Before classes Feb - June

Room 214

 

 

QSA

Ms. Arrell, Ms. Cressy
Ms. Bechert

Wednesdays  noon

Room 323

Robotics Team

Mr. Power
Mr. Wehnes

Wednesdays noon
Friday     afterschool

Room 310

Student Advisory Council

Ms. Annis-Johnson &
Admin Team, Ms. Lavallee    

Tuesdays at lunch

The Cave – Learning Commons

Student Services / Guidance Walk in Counseling.

Ms. Walters,
Ms. Peters,
Ms. Verwaayen

Mondays – Thursday from 8:30-9:00 and over Lunch

Guidance office

Heart of Orange
(wellness through leadership & service – emphasis on caring, compassion, community;
Shave your lid for a kid

Ms. Armitage
Mr. Weigele

 

 

Ms. McEvoy-Halston

Wednesdays at lunch

Room 329
Team will meet in the fall to collaborate around a Heart of Orange wellness vision.

Principal Advisory Council will be part of this larger group – Student Voice)

Ms. Annis-Johnson

Tuesday at Lunch

Cave

Success Centre at lunch (Learning Strategies)
Concussion Protocol

Ms. Belhumeur
Ms. Bechert

Monday -Thursday at lunch – full year

Success Centre/ Room 317

Teacher Tech Support

Ms. Hudda

Ongoing

Room 303

Tech Club
(also A/V support for whole school events)

Mr. Moscoso
Ms. doAmaral

1 day/week at lunch – full year

Room 313

Will’s Till

Ms. Bymoen

Every noon hour

Will’s Till

Yearbook

Mr. Aman &
Mr. McMillan

Thursdays  noon

Mr. Aman & Mr. McMillan
(Rm. 325)

Student Leadership / Spirit Club

Ms. Remedios

Wednesdays  noon

Ms. Remedios (Rm. 224)

William Aberhart's Model UN and Debate Union

Welcome to Model UN and Debate! A club where you can meet friends, develop leadership skills and public speaking skills, learn about diplomacy, international relations and the United Nations. The club meets weekly for practices on Mondays after school. There is a tournament every month you can sign up for. The dates of the tournaments are posted on the club’s Google Calendar and in class.

*A note to parents for debates only: At least one parent is expected to attend and assist at any tournament your child signs up for

Aberhart's Technology Club

The Abe Tech club is finally here! Finally the technology-savvy kids of the school to create a resource for everyone. If you would like to contact us directly or for any reason other than those covered by the forms, please shoot us an email at technologyclub.abe@gmail.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

*Donations are gratefully accepted in the form of food or otherwise

For those interested in participating, we hold casual meetings on Mondays during lunch in room 310. We welcome all people from any technology field such as Stage tech, Photography, Programming, Hardware, Software (i.e. AutoCad, Photoshop, Premiere), as well as anyone who wishes to learn! We make an active effort to pair those who want to learn with somebody who has experience at the earliest possible opportunity. 

We will also be holding workshops throughout the year on different aspects of technology, like helpful tips for your calculator, so keep your eyes peeled for posters near our job board. And if you couldn't tell from that last line, the Technology Club has a job board as well! It can be found outside room 310, and jobs posted there are open to applications from anyone in the school community. A separate stream of jobs will be offered to members only. If you still have questions, please talk to Tim, Tauran or Nathan for more details.

Queer-Straight Alliance

ABE’s Queer-Straight Alliance was launched several years ago, making it one of the first of its kind in Calgary. It was created to provide a safe, welcoming space for students who identify as queer, are questioning their sexual identity, or who simply wish to show support for their fellow students. 

The QSA discusses everything from queer history to feminism to current events, and activities can include everything from movie nights, to guest speakers, to craft sessions, and bake sales. With consistently high turnout at meetings and discussions, the QSA is a welcoming and supportive environment for all students, especially for those who belong to a gender or sexual minority.

Meetings are in room 323 during the lunch break on Wednesdays where students will find an assortment of teas. Please bring a mug.

Clubs

Clubs, Committees & Other "Extended Program Commitments"

Activity Teacher in Charge Time Notes

Advanced Placement Coordinator & Student Services for AP Students

Ms. Ng

On-going

Room 231
Business Office will support with exam fee collection

Advocate, Anime Club

Ms. Griffin, Ms. McNeil

Advocate – Mondays at lunch

Room 331

Awards Committee

1 rep from each department

Spring

 

Band Festivals, A, B, C, D trips, competitions, spring and fall productions, etc.

Ms. Olivier
Mr. Gingrich
Mr. Martin

On-going

Band Rm
(also teach outside the timetable)

Besançon French Partnership/2nd Language Portfolio Project for FSL

Ms. Larocque

2nd Semester

Room 228

Board Games Club

Ms. Armitage

Tues. & Thurs.
at lunch

Room 329

Young Blood for Life

Ms. Fai
Mr. Davison

1 day/week at lunch

Room 107

CBE International Certificate Program

Ms. Lou
Ms. Dunn

On-going

Room 106

Completion Centre

Mr. Vaillant
Ms. Walters

Monday to Thurs 3:45 - 5:15

Success Centre

Connections Camp

Ms. Griffin

 

Room 331

D trips

Mr. Clark, Mr. Hilton

On-going

Room 305 & Portable 2

Dance Show

Ms. Lordo, 

Ms. doAmaral

On-going

Drama Room

Debate & Model UN

Mr. Jean-Allard &
Ms. Lavallee

Wednesday
3:45 - 5:15

Room 202

DELE Exam Prep & Administration

Mr. Clark
Ms. Clemente

February to May

Room 305

DELF Exam Prep & Administration

Ms. Dunn

February to May

Room 221

Fall and Spring Play, Remembrance & Awards Assembly, Drama Festival, Backdrops, etc.

Ms. doAmaral

On-going

Drama Room

Film Fest

Ms. Armitage

Mondays at lunch

Room 329

Grad 2018
(incl. Safe Grad)
Safe Grad & Gowns

Mr. Marshall, Ms. Hudda, Ms. McNeil, Ms. Belhumeur,
Mr. Gingrich

November to May

 

Room 301

Fitness Centre

Mr. Pederson,
Ms. McEvoy-Halston

Mon. to Fri. 7:15 - 9:00   Mon-Thurs 4:00 5:00

Schedule for Weight Room

Improv Club

Ms. doAmaral

Mondays at Lunch

Drama Room

Netherlands French / Science Exchange

Ms. Dunn, Ms. Belhumeur
Mr. Davison, Ms. Fehres

Ongoing

Room 221

Orange Social Action

Mr. Beland

Thursdays – noon

Room 108

Photography Club
Pottery Club

Ms. Marriott

Weekdays - Before classes Oct - June
Weekdays- Before classes Feb - June

Room 214

 

 

QSA

Ms. Arrell, Ms. Cressy
Ms. Bechert

Wednesdays  noon

Room 323

Robotics Team

Mr. Power
Mr. Wehnes

Wednesdays noon
Friday     afterschool

Room 310

Student Advisory Council

Ms. Annis-Johnson &
Admin Team, Ms. Lavallee    

Tuesdays at lunch

The Cave – Learning Commons

Student Services / Guidance Walk in Counseling.

Ms. Walters,
Ms. Peters,
Ms. Verwaayen

Mondays – Thursday from 8:30-9:00 and over Lunch

Guidance office

Heart of Orange
(wellness through leadership & service – emphasis on caring, compassion, community;
Shave your lid for a kid

Ms. Armitage
Mr. Weigele

 

 

Ms. McEvoy-Halston

Wednesdays at lunch

Room 329
Team will meet in the fall to collaborate around a Heart of Orange wellness vision.

Principal Advisory Council will be part of this larger group – Student Voice)

Ms. Annis-Johnson

Tuesday at Lunch

Cave

Success Centre at lunch (Learning Strategies)
Concussion Protocol

Ms. Belhumeur
Ms. Bechert

Monday -Thursday at lunch – full year

Success Centre/ Room 317

Teacher Tech Support

Ms. Hudda

Ongoing

Room 303

Tech Club
(also A/V support for whole school events)

Mr. Moscoso
Ms. doAmaral

1 day/week at lunch – full year

Room 313

Will’s Till

Ms. Bymoen

Every noon hour

Will’s Till

Yearbook

Mr. Aman &
Mr. McMillan

Thursdays  noon

Mr. Aman & Mr. McMillan
(Rm. 325)

Student Leadership / Spirit Club

Ms. Remedios

Wednesdays  noon

Ms. Remedios (Rm. 224)

William Aberhart's Model UN and Debate Union

Welcome to Model UN and Debate! A club where you can meet friends, develop leadership skills and public speaking skills, learn about diplomacy, international relations and the United Nations. The club meets weekly for practices on Mondays after school. There is a tournament every month you can sign up for. The dates of the tournaments are posted on the club’s Google Calendar and in class.

*A note to parents for debates only: At least one parent is expected to attend and assist at any tournament your child signs up for

Aberhart's Technology Club

The Abe Tech club is finally here! Finally the technology-savvy kids of the school to create a resource for everyone. If you would like to contact us directly or for any reason other than those covered by the forms, please shoot us an email at technologyclub.abe@gmail.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

*Donations are gratefully accepted in the form of food or otherwise

For those interested in participating, we hold casual meetings on Mondays during lunch in room 310. We welcome all people from any technology field such as Stage tech, Photography, Programming, Hardware, Software (i.e. AutoCad, Photoshop, Premiere), as well as anyone who wishes to learn! We make an active effort to pair those who want to learn with somebody who has experience at the earliest possible opportunity. 

We will also be holding workshops throughout the year on different aspects of technology, like helpful tips for your calculator, so keep your eyes peeled for posters near our job board. And if you couldn't tell from that last line, the Technology Club has a job board as well! It can be found outside room 310, and jobs posted there are open to applications from anyone in the school community. A separate stream of jobs will be offered to members only. If you still have questions, please talk to Tim, Tauran or Nathan for more details.

Queer-Straight Alliance

ABE’s Queer-Straight Alliance was launched several years ago, making it one of the first of its kind in Calgary. It was created to provide a safe, welcoming space for students who identify as queer, are questioning their sexual identity, or who simply wish to show support for their fellow students. 

The QSA discusses everything from queer history to feminism to current events, and activities can include everything from movie nights, to guest speakers, to craft sessions, and bake sales. With consistently high turnout at meetings and discussions, the QSA is a welcoming and supportive environment for all students, especially for those who belong to a gender or sexual minority.

Meetings are in room 323 during the lunch break on Wednesdays where students will find an assortment of teas. Please bring a mug.

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