Student Bulletin

June 10 - Grad BBQ and Yearbook signing, Cafeteria  1:00-2:30pm
June 13 - Night of the Bulldogs Athletic Awards, Main Gym  7:00-8:30pm
June 13 to June 28  Exams - See Schedule 
June 15 -  Period 1 - 12:25 pm    Period 2 - 1:50 pm 
June 16 -  Period 3 - 12:25          Period 4 - 1:50 pm 
June 29 -  Report Cards available through Power School 
June 30 - Non Instructional Day, School Closed 

Summer School 2022

Please see the attached PowerPoint presentation for important information about summer school. We have prepared this presentation to ensure students are able to make an informed decision about requesting a summer school class. This PowerPoint is a review of the information shared with students during our Summer School meeting at lunch today.

In order to request a summer school course, students must complete the Microsoft form located at the end of the attached PowerPoint. The form will direct students to choose online with CBe-learn, or in person with Chinook Learning Services. Students can choose to take one class only in the summer. CBe-learn does not offer diploma classes, so students wishing to take a diploma class online should go to for online summer school options.

High School 101

Thank you to all of the students and parents who were able to attend our in person High School 101 last night. We hope families enjoyed the band concerts at their junior highs as well. As we know that it was not possible for everyone to attend our High School 101 in person, we also had a group of our Churchill students diligently working on a video version of High School 101. We are excited to share this video done by our students in hopes of helping to ease students’ transition to Sir Winston Churchill High School next year.  Please see the video link below. We look forward to seeing you in the fall. Welcome to the Churchill community!

Locks and Locker Clean-out

Students should complete their locker clean-out from Monday June 13 to Wednesday June 15.  Locks in their OPEN status will be returned on Wednesday June 15 in the school foyer.

Study Guides

Exams are coming!  The school store has study guides for cash purchase at 1/2 the price of other sources. The store is open Wednesdays at lunch.


Please drop off or pick up in south side of the school parking lot or east of the barrier on 52 Avenue.  

Students have been advised that vehicles parking in areas in the community will be towed - for example near or around the Petro-Canada and strip mall, McDonalds, etc.  Vehicles parking in the Churchill lot without a visible student parking pass will also be towed. Please come to the main office if you have questions about parking passes.

Volunteer Churchill Peer Tutoring 

Volunteer Churchill’s Peer Tutoring Program is up and running. Any struggling students are encouraged to make use of this program.  There is a link that can be used to sign up as either a tutor or tutee on the website or see Miss Lee.  As a tutor, they earn Volunteer Churchill hours towards an end of the year certificate.   
Here is the link: 

Scholarship Information 

Education Matters Scholarships

Take a look at all 43 pages of Education Matters Scholarships available on d2l – we’ve tried to make them more accessible if you’re finding their website tricky. Take a look in the ASSIGNMENTS bin and read through the options available to you.

Gr. 12 Scholarship information – if you are applying for Scholarships:

  • Please see d2l for updated/new Announcements that have been added (and you will want)
  • Be aware of upcoming deadlines – do your homework and ensure you have all you need
  • and (finally….) be aware Queen’s University Scholarship is coming up fast – are you ready

Bulldog Athletics

It’s been an exciting finish to the spring sports season with several athletes qualifying for Track & Field Provincials and the Sr Girls Field Hockey team in the City Championship game today at 3:30 (UofC field hockey pitch)!!  Please get out and cheer on our Field Hockey team as they go up against a strong Bowness team – they played them in the first game of the season, so it’s fitting to have a re-match at the end!! 

Go Bulldogs Go!!

Provincial track and field competitors:
Lauren W – 800m
Davianna B – Sr girls High Jump
Faramade A – Sr boys High Jump
Jr Girls 4x100 relay: Ife, Amaka, Taylor and Karen
Sr Girls 4x100 relay: Victoria, Davianne, Lebene and Colleen

--please excuse all of these athletes from class on Friday as they will be representing the Red and Blue at the Provincial Track and Field Championships in Medicine Hat on Friday and Saturday!!

TUESDAY (31st) 

Field Hockey - 3:30 City Championship (UofC)
Jr Boys Soccer - City Championship
SWC Athletics - 7:00pm Booster Club Reception (Silver Springs)

Spring Sports - 7:30am Awards Breakfast - Cafeteria
Rugby - City Championships

Post Secondary & Careers

Introducing Geomatics Engineering Technology at SAIT

Please see D2L for more information on this new program.

Industrial Electricians, Instrumentation Technicians and Millrights Wanted

Are you about to graduate and like working with your hands? If you answered yes, you are eligible to apply for careers in Industrial Electro Technologies and industrial Mechanics.  These positions are only for Grade 12 students. See Mr. Z in the library.

Summer Jobs

Between Friends has over 60 leadership positions to fill for Summer Camps this year - for more info. and to apply, ask for Mr. Z in the library. Wages start at $15.91/hr.

Between Friends - Summer Positions

Between Friends, an organization that specializes in providing recreational activities for community members with disabilities, is currently in the process of looking for camp counselors over the summer.

  • Any students who are 16 or older can find summer opportunities here: Click Me
  • Any students interested in volunteering can fill out a volunteer form here: Click Me

There are 2 sites this summer for staff and volunteers to choose from:

  • Sandy Beach (1215 50th Avenue SW)
  • Cambrian Heights Community Association (600 Northmount Dr NW)

All paid positions run from June 16th until August 26th, from 8:30am - 4:30pm every day of the week, with all statutory holidays off. Accommodations can be made for any students writing final exams during the initial period of the summer. 

Looking For a Summer Job?

Companies are hiring students for paid positions in the following industries: IT, Hairstyling, Barbering, Health Services, Mechanical and Industrial. Register for info sessions by scanning the QR codes on TV screens OR stop Mr. Z’s office in the library for more info!

Cycling Instructor Summer Job

Want a job where you can be outside, be active, gain leadership skills and make new friends? Scan the QR code for more info on current summer opportunities with Pedalheads!  Stop by Mr. Z’s office in the library for more info!

Momentum Savings Program

Do you want to save money for school or to start your own business? The Momentum Youth Savings program will not only teach you how to save money BUT they will also match your savings 4:1. For every $50 you save, they will give you $200! To see if you qualify, stop by Mr. Z’s office in the library to chat. 

Young Women in Trades & Technologies 

CAREERS Next Gen is an organization breaking down barriers and paving a path for women in skilled trades and technologies.  If you are interested in learning about opportunities available in a variety of industries, visit Mr. Z in the library for more information. 

Clubs and Activities

Monday - Lunch 
- Churchill Chronicle, room 224
- Crossroads Club, room R5
- Earth Club, room 222 (every 2 weeks)
- Interact Club, room 231
- Magic Club, room 204 
- Poetry Club, room 243
- Yearbook, room 205 as needed

Monday - After School 
- Conversation Club, room 216
- Speech Club,  room 214
- Volunteer Churchill Steering Committee, room 243
- Fitness Centre 

Tuesday - Lunch 
- Athletic Council, Fitness Centre
- Bio/Chem Club, room 221
- Chess Club - 215
- Design Club - 122
- Girl UP! Churchill, bi-weekly, room 120
- Math Club, room 209
- Mustard Seed Club, room 224
- Physics Club, room 210
- Rugby Club, room 223

Tuesday After School 
- Debate Club, 3:30-5:00 pm 
- Robotics Club, room 126
- Fitness Centre 

Wednesday - Lunch 
-  Anime Club, room 106
- Cancer Society Club, room 226
- Citizens of Churchill, theatre biweekly
- French Club, room 235
- Grad Committee,  room 218
- Rugby Club in main gym
- School Store Open 
- Tennis Club, room 101

Wednesday After School 
- DECA Club, Admiralty room
- Rugby Club workout  weather permitting
- Fitness Centre 

Thursday Lunch
- Amnesty International, room 216
- Computer Science Club, room 107
- Gay Straight Alliance, room 242
- Model UN, room 111
- Rubix Club, room 208
- Volunteer Churchill, Theatre (every 2 weeks)

Thursday After School
- Game Development, room 122
- Robotics Club, room 126
- Sabor Latino club, room 227
- Fitness Centre 

Friday After School - 1:15 pm 
- Model UN, room 111
- Muslim Youth Club, Wellness room
- Tennis

Phrase of the Week 

ChineseFrenchGermanSpanish Latin
世界各地 shì jiè gè dì   All over the world
La vie est dure mais toi aussi!
Die letzte Meile ist die schwierigste.
De tal palo, tal astilla. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

Solis occasum – The setting of the sun. 

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Today was the last official day of classes. What a school year it has been! We are so proud of every student for their many achievements this school year. Have an amazing summer! #WeAreCBE

RT @EcoleWoodman: It sounds like the end of the year!

RT @SunnysideCBE: The last day of school is not complete without a Sunnyside circle and a cheer for students and staff who are leaving. #WeAreCBE

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