March 4 Day 1
Friday March 5th is a regular day. It is not a PD day.
If you need a chromebook for work at home please have your parents/guardian email the principal email@example.com.
Outside of school hours - if you need to speak to someone:
Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868 https://kidshelpphone.ca Text:686868
ATHLETICS- Volleyball training continues this week for Jr High’s on Wednesday and Sr High’s on Thursday. There are SOME spots left, see Mr Lougheed or Ms Deacon to sign up.
Sign up for basketball skill training (which starts next week) will start Thursday morning (tomorrow). Please remember that due to current Alberta Health regulations these sessions are focused on skill training, not on gameplay/competition. To sign up you need to see Miss Deacon or Mr Lougheed in the PE office during a break. No signups will be permitted during class time.
CAFE CORNER - Daily Specials
Thursday - Popcorn Chicken Poutine
Friday -Alaskan Wild Pollock Fish Wings and Fries comes with Coleslaw $8.50
Soup Special - Potato Bacon Soup $3.75
Weekly Special -
See Mr. Galliford to try the new Chai Tea Latte or Iced Chai Tea Latte
CALM - Semester 2 CALM students see Ms. Swerda in Com Tech room at 9:45 a.m. for assistance. Check your school email for information.
GRAD 2021 -
Please go online and book your Grad Photos. Instructions are in the google classroom.
The cap and gown fee has been added to your SchoolCashOnline account.
The Grad list has been posted outside of the counselling office. Please stop by and check that your name is spelled correctly. - email Mrs. Dundas if there has been an error. If you are on the Potential Grad list and are uncertain why - see Mr. Lobo or Ms. Dundas to determine what you need to do to be placed on the 2020-2021 Class List.
ALL GR. 12 STUDENTS!! It is very important that you sign up for MyPass as soon as possible. Please see Mrs. Dundas or Mr. Bellerose to get a copy of instructions to help you sign up and also let us know the non-school email address you are using before you register. Gr. 12 students will use MyPass to get the results of their diploma exams and to order transcripts to register at post-secondary institutions.
GYM - The gym this week will be Sr High Monday Wednesday and Friday, Jr High Tuesday and Thursday
POST SECONDARY -
Concordia University News Students wishing to take part in a virtual student for a day can register to do so on the following dates: Friday, March 12, 2021, Friday, March 26, 2021
Friday, April 16, 2021, Friday, April 30, 2021 March 11 – Discover Concordia Info Night Application fee will be waived! Registration advisors will be on hand to assist admitted students.
King’s University - Info Night - March 3, 2021 4-8pm. Register at: www.kings.ca
Norquest - Virtual Open House March 13 - 10am -2pm Visit www.norquest.ca to register
MacEwan University is offering Virtual Information sessions for all of their programs the weeks of February 1-6 and March 1-6. Visit: MacEwan.ca/InfoSessionWeek for more information or see one of the counsellors
Yellowhead Tribal College is currently accepting applications for Fall 2021. YTC offers:
A variety of programs, from Indigenous Social Work, Indigenous Environment Stewardship & Reclamation, Business and Management, Indigenous Health, and more. University and College level courses. Upgrading. *Brand new - Professional development courses for the working professional who want to gain an understanding of foundational Indigenous perspectives and for those who are responsible for the relationship between First Nations and Métis communities, industries and government.
University of Alberta All applicants who have not yet received an offer to their first choice program can submit updated courses and marks to the University of Alberta in their Launchpad portal between February 15 and April 30, 2021.Students are welcome to attend our Updating Courses and Marks presentation that walks through the process of submitting updates to their applications, discusses what kind of information we need from students, and addresses frequently asked questions. Registration is available at uab.ca/recruitmentevents.
-Throughout March, the U of A is offering evening advising on Tuesdays for students who have specific or detailed questions. Time slots must be booked in advance at uab.ca/recruitmentevents.
-Each springTHE u OF a offerS Registration 101 workshops for incoming first-year students at the U of A. These workshops teach students how to use Bear Tracks to build a draft schedule and enroll in courses, and allows students to discuss their registration questions with staff. Our 2021 workshops will take place a little later in the Spring than in past years. Once workshops are posted, students can register at uab.ca/reg101.
SCHOLARSHIP - Alberta Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women is happy to announce the new LEAD Program to assist women and gender-diverse Albertans to pursue fulfilling careers. The program will provide more opportunities for under-represented Albertans to apply their talents in a wide range of pursuits – from science, technology and trades to the arts – helping to build the workforce of the future in Alberta. The first intake deadline for the scholarship is Feb. 21. Please visit the program website www.alberta.ca/leaders-in-equality-award-of-distinction-lead-program.aspx or come down to the Wrap Around for,more information.
SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITIES - Applications for the JUNIOR FOREST RANGERS Crew Member POSITIONS ARE CURRENTLY BEING ACCEPTED. Many OJSH students have worked with JFR - it is an amazing summer work experience! In order to apply, you must be between 16-18 years old (as of July 1, 2021) and be a full-time high school student in Alberta. If you are graduating in 2021, yes, you are still eligible to apply. You do not need to upload an actual resume. Instead, upload the JFR Crew Member application including Parts A, B, C to your profile. You can find them on the JFR crew Member job ad or click on them below. Fill them out, save them, and upload them to your profile where it says "Resume/CV".
See one of the counsellors if you need help with your application.
Alberta Health is looking for high school students to take part in The Nutrition Youth Advisory Panel. (NYAP) as part of the School Nutrition Working Group at AHS. NYAP members participate in discussions about healthy eating, do projects to help plan resources for youth about nutrition and have the chance to contribute to decisions that impact the health of youth in Alberta. Students’ involvement makes a positive impact on the nutrition resources they develop for youth. Students have until June 1 to apply - see Ms. Dundas for application forms.
WORK EX-All timesheets are due the first week of each month but can not be turned in after the 10th of each month. Please email your paperwork and timesheets to firstname.lastname@example.org (Independent Studies)
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