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FRIDAY, February 28

  1. Fun Fact Friday for Black History Month: Rosa Parks was not the first black woman to refuse to move to the back of a bus. Officials in Montgomery, Alabama arrested Claudette Colvin, a 15-year old black student, for refusing to abide by bus segregation laws in March 1955. She later joined four other women as plaintiffs in the case Browder v. Gayle, which successfully ended bus segregation in Alabama.
  2. Happy Friday Garth Webb! Make sure to take some time off this weekend because the Power to Empower club has prepared a week long series of activities next week in celebration of international women’s day week. Tune in to the announcement on Monday for more information. Have a good weekend!
  3. Attention all interested in trying out for the Senior Boys Soccer Team. Please come to room 3019 today at lunch for a brief information meeting. If you have any questions please see Mr. Klos in the Math Office. All players welcome! Senior Boys Soccer team meeting today at the start of lunch in room 3019.
  4. Hey Chargers! Cricket is back. Are you interested in playing cricket? Come to the cricket club today after school from 3.00 to 4.00 p.m. in large gym. Make sure to hand in your permission forms if you haven’t done so yet.

THURSDAY, February 27

  1. On this day in 1988… Debi Thomas became the first black woman to win a winter Olympic medal.
  2. It’s time! Calling all soccer stars who want to try out for the Varsity Girls Soccer Team. There will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday March 4 26 at 11:15am in room 2002. If you plan to tryout for the team, you MUST attend the meeting! That’s Wednesday, MArch 4. Room 2002. At 11:15. If you have any questions, see Mr. Stratton or Ms. Rolf ASAP.
  3. Hello GW ladies! Are you looking for a chance to explore career pathways by interacting with some amazing women? Then the Women as a Career Coaches event is for you! Get a chance to hear from some dynamic women with exciting and interesting careers. The event is on March 25th at the Burlington Convention Centre from 5:15 to 9:00pm. It's FREE and dinner is included! Sign-up and get participation forms from Mrs. Trojanovic in Student Services.. They are due back by March 6th. Don't miss out on this inspirational event for women from women!
  4. If you're interested in pursuing a career in business, marketing, or being part of a crew for film, television, and theatre, please join us for our speaker series tomorrow at lunch in room 2035. Hope to see you there Chargers!
  5. Good Morning Chargers! In Celebration of International Women’s Day, the Power to Empower club will be running a week long series of activities next week. We will have a trivia question every morning, and we will be giving out a prize for the class with the most points. We will also be selling candy grams on Tuesday in the foyer for $1. Make sure to come get yours!
  6. Calling all Junior Boys soccer players. Come to room 3014 for an information session today at lunch for more details.
  7. Attention all interested in trying out for the Senior Boys Soccer Team. Please come to room 3019 this Friday at lunch for a brief information meeting. If you have any questions please see Mr. Klos in the Math Office. All players welcome! Senior Boys Soccer team meeting Friday at the start of lunch in room 3019. See you then!
  8. Junior Jazz Band is back! Come to the music room today at 11:30am for practice and show me what you’ve got! Hope to see you there, musicians!
  9. Hey Chargers! Cricket is back. Are you interested in playing cricket? Come to the cricket club tomorrow after school from 3.00 to 4.00 p.m. in large gym. Make sure to hand in your permission forms if you haven’t done so yet.
  10. The Bantam Girls Volleyball team competed in the finals yesterday at Frank Hayden, placing second overall. Please congratulate the girls on a very impressive season and special thanks to Coach Trevor and Coach Rebecca for all of their hard work.

WEDNESDAY, February 26

  1. Congratulations to Mr. Duncan’s CHC2D1-09 class for winning our Trivia Tuesday contest with a whopping 6 points! You are the winners of a yummy Carribean treat. Our Equity & Diversity Team will be in touch to coordinate. Way to go you history buffs!!
  2. February is Black History Month and in honor of Black History month, we are celebrating Women Crush Wednesday by recognizing Rosemary Sadlier: “I never saw myself reflected in school from the students and teachers through to the textbooks, subject material and curricula,” she told the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. “How can we have social justice if only one group’s contributions, achievements — being, are known?” Rosemary Sadlier is the founder and president of the Black Canadian Network and the former president of the Ontario Black History Society. An Order of Ontario recipient and recognized expert on the history of Black Canadians, she also worked with Jean Augustine on the recognition of Black History Month.
  3. Calling all Junior Boys soccer players. Come to room 3014 for an information session Thursday for more details.

TUESDAY, February 25

  1. In celebration of Black History Month, get ready for today’s Trivia Tuesday question. The first class to call with the correct answer will get 3 points, second class gets 2 points and the third class gets 1 point. The class with the most points from the month will win a yummy Carribean treat! Wait until the question is complete and then dial extension 2200 with the correct answer: Of the 16 legislators in the first Parliament of Upper Canada, how many were slave owners? The answer is: 6 legislators were slave owners.
  2. Hey Chargers! Today’s the day! Badminton intramurals are happening in the gym. If you signed up, bring your running shoes and be there at the start of lunch. Be there or be square! Good luck Chargers!
  3. It’s time! Calling all soccer stars who want to try out for the Varsity Girls Soccer Team. There will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday March 4 at 11:15am in room 2002. If you plan to tryout for the team, you MUST attend the meeting! That’s Wednesday, March 4. Room 2002. At 11:15. If you have any questions, see Mr. Stratton or Ms. Rolf ASAP.
  4. Students participating in the Pascal, Cayley or Fermat Waterloo math contests this morning are to go to the library immediately after announcements to write the contest. Students will miss all of period 1 and part of period 2.
  5. Hello GW ladies! Are you looking for a chance to explore career pathways by interacting with some amazing women? Then the Women as a Career Coaches event is for you! Get a chance to hear from some dynamic women with exciting and interesting careers. The event is on March 25th at the Burlington Convention Centre from 5:15 to 9:00pm. It's FREE and dinner is included! Sign-up and get participation forms from Mrs. Trojanovic in Student Services. They are due back by March 6th. Don't miss out on this inspirational event for women from women!
  6. If you're interested in pursuing a career in business, marketing, or being part of a crew for film, television, and theatre, please join us for our speaker series this Friday at lunch in room 2035. Hope to see you there Chargers!
  7. Yesterday afternoon the junior girls volleyball team stormed the court for their final HSSAA championship match against the undefeated Hayden Huskies. After a near-perfect season of seven wins and one loss the junior girls proved themselves to be number one in the league by winning two sets straight with the scores of 25-23 and 25-19. I'm super proud of all of them and their contribution throughout the season. Please congratulate the following members of the volleyball team with their correct name pronunciation Devyn Taylor, Katie Chee, Maryanne Skiba, Trishia Fields, Emma Holmes, Alex Buckle, Selin Yenigun, Anwyn Mehler, Reese Cholette, Jelena Sukiban, Elizabeth Turner, Bella Henderson, Isabella Malinas, and Jade Fisher.
  8. Today, all Halton District School Board students in Grades 7 - 12 will be eligible to vote for two Student Trustees to serve in the 2020-2021 school year. Candidates will deliver speeches beginning at 6:00 pm tonight at the J.W. Singleton Education Centre, 2050 Guelph Line in Burlington. Students should use the link emailed to their HDSB account on Monday to access the live stream of candidates' speeches and to vote for your top two Student Trustee Candidates. Online voting will open around 7:45 pm tonight, as soon as the Candidates' speeches have finished. The voting period will conclude at 9:00 pm.

MONDAY, February 24

  1. Hey Chargers! Want a fun way to get some exercise and see your friends?Come sign up for badminton intramurals with a friend or by yourself, just outside the Phys Ed Office. The intramurals will run on February 25 and March 3 in the gym at lunch. Come on out and make a ‘raquet’ Garth Webb! We hope to see you there!
  2. It’s time! Calling all soccer stars who want to try out for the Varsity Girls Soccer Team. There will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday March 4 at 11:15am in room 2002. If you plan to tryout for the team, you MUST attend the meeting! That’s Wednesday, March 4. Room 2002. At 11:15. If you have any questions, see Mr. Stratton or Ms. Rolf ASAP.
  3. Today’s the day! Your Junior Girls Volleyball Team will be competing in the Halton Championships today AFTER SCHOOL. Tickets are available at the door but NOT before 2:45 pm. Go Chargers!
  4. A quick reminder to all HOSA club members. There is a mandatory meeting today in room 3035. See you all then!
  5. In Honor of Black History Month, here is your motivation Monday quote: “Life is not a spectator sport. If you’re going to spend your life in the grandstand just watching what is going on, in my opinion you’re wasting your time.” ~ Jackie Robinson
  6. A big congratulations to Garth Webb’s Model United Nations Club for participating in the annual King’s College Model UN Conference. Our team represented Garth Webb proudly and for many delegates it was their first conference. Great work team!

THURSDAY, February 20

  1. On this day in 1927… Sydney Poitier was born. He is an actor and director, and he was the first African American to win an Oscar for best actor.
  2. Hello GW ladies! Are you looking for a chance to explore career pathways by interacting with some amazing women? Then the Women as a Career Coaches event is for you! Get a chance to hear from some dynamic women with exciting and interesting careers. The event is on March 25th at the Burlington Convention Centre from 5:15 to 9:00pm. It's FREE and dinner is included! Sign-up and get participation forms from Mrs. Trojanovic in Student Services.. They are due back by March 6th. Don't miss out on this inspirational event for women from women!
  3. Hey Chargers! Want a fun way to get some exercise and see your friends?Come sign up for badminton intramurals with a friend or by yourself, just outside the Phys Ed Office. The intramurals will run on February 25 and March 3 in the gym at lunch. Come on out and make a ‘raquet’ Garth Webb! We hope to see you there!
  4. Here is your Fun Fact Friday on a Thursday for Black History Month: The first recorded black person to set foot on land now known as Canada was a free man named Mathieu da Costa. Travelling with navigator Samuel de Champlain, de Costa arrived in Nova Scotia some time between 1603 and 1608 as a translator for the French explorer Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Monts.
  5. Last night the Sr Boys Basketball team faced off against Georgetown in the Halton triple A Championship. A dominant effort from start to finish led the boys to a 59-28 win. This win not only won the team the Championship, but also secured them a spot at OFSSA in March. The team will continue its march to OFSSA with a tilt against Halton Catholic Champions Jean Vanier on Tuesday at Webb.
  6. Yesterday the Junior Girls Volleyball team played in the semi finals against Blakelock. The team played a solid first set winning 25-14. The second set to seal their spot in the H double S double A Championships was a closer but well deserved 25-22 win. Please congratulate the girls as you see them and wish them luck for their Championship game which will be on Monday after school.

WEDNESDAY, February 19

  1. February is Black History Month and in honor of Black History month, we are celebrating Women Crush Wednesday by recognizing Michaëlle Jean. Michaëlle Jean, a former CBC journalist, was the first Black person to serve as Canada’s Governor General, a position she held between 2005 and 2010. Born in Haiti, Jean fled with her family to Quebec in 1968, after her father was arrested and tortured by members of dictator François “Papa Doc” Duvalier’s regime. In the 1980s, she became the first Black reporter to be featured on French television network news in Canada and went on to host her own current affairs show, Michaëlle. After her appointment as Governor General, Jean used her office to emphasize freedom as a central part of the Canadian identity. “I know how precious that freedom is…. I, whose ancestors were slaves, who was born into a civilization long reduced to whispers and cries of pain,” she said during her installation speech
  2. Attention students going on the March Break trip to Ecuador - we have a mandatory pre-departure meeting TONIGHT from 6:30-7:30pm in the library. This will be the final meeting before the trip, so please make sure you attend this very important meeting tonight.
  3. Hey Chargers! Want a fun way to get some exercise and see your friends?Come sign up for badminton intramurals with a friend or by yourself, just outside the Phys Ed Office. The intramurals will run on February 25 and March 3 in the gym at lunch. Come on out and make a ‘raquet’ Garth Webb! We hope to see you there!
  4. It’s Wednesday my dudes. Athletic Council will be meeting today at lunch at 12:00 in room 2015, new and old members are always welcome.
  5. GARTH WEBB!!!!!!!! Your Swim Team had an UNREAL meet yesterday at GHAC!! Swimmers showed up, had unbelievable swims and supported their teammates - we are so proud of them for all of their hard work both yesterday and this season! This is a record year for the Swim Team with the following 10 students making OFSAA. A massive congratulations to:
  • Michael Scott
  • Adam Buczek
  • Youssef Elkattan
  • Adam McEwan
  • Faris Qubain
  • Sofia Danko
  • Julianna Wyeld
  • Clarice Dellialisi
  • Lara Suleimon
  • Alicia Handzlik

6. There will be a MANDATORY meeting for MIST competitors TODAY after school in room 2014. Please be there.

7. The SHSM First Aid and CPR training scheduled for Thursday and Friday of this week has been postponed until later in the semester

TUESDAY, February 18

  1. Your Robotics Team needs your help! We are holding a movie fundraiser at Film.ca on Sunday, February 23 at 6 pm. Get a group of friends together and buy your tickets on School Cash Online today and come out to support your team. It’s only $20 for admission and a medium popcorn/drink combo. Space is limited and tickets are only on sale until Friday, so buy your tickets today. Thank you for supporting 5409 Chargers Robotics!
  2. Need a Summer Job? Need work experience that will put you ahead of the rest? The Halton Regional Police Service offers the Youth in Policing Initiative (Y.I.P.I.) Program. Y.I.P.I. is an Eight week paid employment program with the Halton Regional Police Service for high school students. If you are between 15 and 17 years old and returning to a Halton High School in September you should check out the application online. Just go to the Halton Regional Police website and check it out to see if it’s for you!
  3. Attention students going on the March Break trip to Ecuador - we have a mandatory pre-departure meeting TOMORROW, from 6:30-7:30 pm in the library. Please make sure you attend this very important meeting. We will be discussing flight and departure details, the itinerary, and other critical information. If you are going on the Me to We trip to Ecuador this March Break, please be sure to attend this important meeting tomorrow.
  4. The SHSM First Aid and CPR training scheduled for Thursday and Friday of this week has been postponed and will be rescheduled for later in the semester.
  5. There will be a Jr. Boys Hockey meeting on Today at the beginning of lunch in room 3015. Please see Mr. Del Monte or Mr. Tarantino if you cannot attend.
  6. Hello GW ladies! Are you looking for a chance to explore career pathways by interacting with some amazing women? Then the Women as Career Coaches event is for you! Get a chance to hear from some dynamic women with exciting and interesting careers. The event is on March 25th at the Burlington Convention Centre from 5:15 to 9:00pm. It's FREE and dinner is included! Sign-up and get participation forms from Mrs. Trojanovic in Student Services.. They are due back by March 6th. Don't miss out on this inspirational event for women from women!
  7. Since yesterday was Family Day, your Monday Motivation in honor of Black History Month will be shared today: From the Former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama: “History has shown us that courage can be contagious and hope can take a life of its own”
  8. In celebration of Black History Month, here is today’s Trivia Tuesday question...The first class to call with the correct answer will get 3 points, second class gets 2 points and the third class gets 1 point. The class with the most points at the end of February will win a yummy Carribean treat! Wait until the question is complete and then dial extension 2200 with the correct answer: This black Canadian played for 19 years in the major baseball leagues. During that time, he won a Cy Young Award as the best pitcher in the national league. Who is he? (Answer: Ferguson "Fergie" Jenkins)

THURSDAY, February 13

  1. On this day in 1635... America’s first public school, the Boston Latin School, opened in Boston. Black students were excluded from attending. The first African American performers, the World’s Fair Colored Opera Company, appear at Carnegie Hall.
  2. Hey Grads! Get your grad quote and baby photo in the yearbook. HDSB email or DM the yearbook account on instagram @yearbookgwss. Form closes Today at 3:00pm.
  3. Your Robotics Team needs your help! We are holding a movie fundraiser at Film.ca on Sunday, February 23 at 6 pm. Get a group of friends together and buy your tickets on School Cash Online today and come out to support your team. It’s only $20 for admission and a medium popcorn/drink combo. Space is limited, so buy your tickets today. Thank you for supporting 5409 Chargers Robotics!
  4. Attention students going on the March Break trip to Ecuador - we have a mandatory pre-departure meeting this coming Wednesday, February 19th from 6:30-7:30pm in the library. Please make sure you attend this very important meeting. If you have any questions, see your group leader - Ms Zinken or Ms Smallbone.
  5. There will be a Jr. Boys Hockey meeting on Tuesday, February 18th at the beginning of lunch in room 3015. Please see Mr. Del Monte or Mr. Tarantino if you cannot attend.

WEDNESDAY, February 12

  1. February is Black History month and in honor of Black History month, we are celebrating Women Crush Wednesday by recognizing Jean Augustine: An educator, activist and politician, Jean Augustine broke barriers when she became the first Black woman to be elected to parliament in Canada during the 1993 federal election. Augustine went on to become the first Black woman in cabinet, taking on the role of minister of state for multiculturalism and the status of women. “It’s important that no one be able to say that Blacks can’t perform in every segment of Canadian society because we can,” she told The Globe and Mail in 2002.
  2. Hey Grads! One last opportunity to get your grad quote and baby photo in the yearbook. HDSB email or DM the yearbook account on instagram @yearbookgwss . Form closes Thursday February 13th at 3:00 pm.
  3. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in engineering or architecture, join us for our career speaker series today at lunch in room 2035. This week’s guests include Peter Martens and Jennifer Hogan. Hope to see you there Chargers!
  4. Your Garth Webb swim team had an excellent showing yesterday at the Halton Swimming Championships.
  5. Our Jr Girls rocked their relays, our SR boys also had excellent relay swims and our swimmers fought through illness and injury to pull of an excellent meet. Congrats Swimmers!!!
  6. Basketball Fans!!! Both the junior and senior basketball teams are in playoff action today in our home gym! Come out and support your Chargers as the seniors face Nelson and the juniors face Abbey Park. Senior tip off at 3:30 pm. We appreciate your support! See you there!
  7. Reminder to HIP HOP dancers! We have practice today at lunch - see you there!
  8. A reminder to all athletic council members, we are meeting today at lunch at 11:30 am in room 2015. Everyone is welcome to come out and help plan for intramurals, second semester events and athletic banquet!

TUESDAY, February 11

  1. Prom meeting in foods room today at lunch. Be prompt!
  2. Our general MSA meeting will resume today at lunch in room 2014. For those who wish to participate in the MIST competition - please be there.
  3. In celebration of Black History Month, here is today’s Trivia Tuesday question. The first class to call with the correct answer will get 3 points, second class gets 2 points and the third class gets 1 point. The class with the most points at the end of February will win a yummy Carribean treat! Wait until the question is complete and then dial extension 2200 with the correct answer: Why is Viola Desmond on our $10 bill? (Answer: Viola Desmond is known for her refusal to leave a white-only section of a Halifax movie theatre, and then went on to continue to fight for equality for the remainder of her life.)
  4. Do you want to play for the Junior Girls Rugby Team? Tryouts start today after school at 330 at OSC Pineglen. Make sure you have a signed Team medical form with you if you have not handed one in.
  5. Need a Summer Job? Need work experience that will put you ahead of the rest? The Halton Regional Police Service offers the Youth in Policing Initiative (Y.I.P.I.) Program. Y.I.P.I. is an Eight week paid employment program with the Halton Regional Police Service for high school students. If you are between 15 and 17 years old and returning to a Halton High School in September you should check out the application online. Just go to the Halton Regional Police website and check it out to see if it’s for you!
  6. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in engineering or architecture, join us for our career speaker series this Wednesday at lunch in room 2035. This week’s guests include Peter Martens and Jennifer Hogan. Hope to see you there Chargers!
  7. This is the final reminder for anyone interested in volunteering at the Bantam Girls volleyball games at Garth Webb on Thursday afternoon. Please see Ms. Murphy in the Science office for some important information.
  8. A reminder to students with a second period spare this week, Block A your Semester One Report Cards are in the main office for pick up.
  9. Notice to all students: there is a special gift from your school council. There is now a printing station in student services for all to access. Thank you school council!

MONDAY, February 10

  1. Prom meeting in foods room tomorrow at lunch. Be prompt.
  2. This is a reminder that there will be a very important meeting for all those who wish to participate in the MIST competition TODAY after school in room 2014.
  3. Energy SHSM students, please see Mr. White for a permission form for the mandatory First Aid & CPR training next week
  4. Come to French Club today at lunch in room 2014! New members are welcome to join!
  5. Your Robotics Team needs your help! We are holding a movie fundraiser at Film.ca on Sunday, February 23 at 6 pm. Get a group of friends together and buy your tickets on School Cash Online today and come out to support your team. It’s only $20 for admission and a medium popcorn/drink combo. Space is limited, so buy your tickets today. Thank you for supporting 5409 Chargers Robotics!
  6. Do you want to play for the Senior Girls Rugby Team? Tryouts start today after school at 3:30 pm at OSC Pineglen. Make sure you have a signed Team medical form with you if you have not handed one in. Junior Girls Rugby tryouts will be tomorrow at the same time, same place.
  7. Attention all Debate Team Members. We will be having a practice today in our new location, Room 1096. New members are always welcome, see you then!
  8. In honour of Black history month, here is some Monday morning motivation from Bob Marley: “The greatness of a person is not how much wealth they acquire, but in their integrity and ability to affect those around them positively”
  9. Attention all Model UN members, there is a meeting at lunch today in room 2042. New members always welcome
  10. Students with a Block A spare please come to the main office to pick up your semester one final report card. That would be a period 2 spare this week. Thank you.
  11. If you are interested in volunteering at the Bantam Volleyball league games here at Garth Webb Thursday afternoon, please come see Ms. Murphy in the Science office before Wednesday.
  12. This Thursday is the last day to register for Night School. Please ensure your registration form is in by 12:00 Thursday.

FRIDAY, February 7

  1. Here is your Fun Fact Friday for Black History Month: Black History Month was initiated in Canada by the Ontario Black History Society and introduced to Parliament in December 1995 by Jean Augustine, the first Black woman elected as a member of Parliament.
  2. BIG CONGRATULATIONS to the boys alpine snowboarding team for making Chargers history by qualifying for OFSAA at yesterday's qualifier race. Kyle Heap, Trevor Smith, Alex Laframboise, Justin MacPhee, and Victor Valean will represent Garth Webb this year at OFSAA, wish them luck!
  3. Are you interested in singing in Garth Webb’s choir? Now is a great time to join since we’ve just started a new set of music. Join us today at 11:30 - 12:00 in the music room, room 1051. There are no auditions, everyone is welcome.
  4. Are you interested in playing for the Girls Rugby Team? There will be an important meeting today at lunch in the Fitness Centre. Tryouts start next week! Please see the schedule that is posted in the change room hallway.
  5. There will be a very important meeting for all those who wish to participate in the MIST competition on MONDAY after school in room 2014. Please ensure to be there.
  6. French Club will resume on Monday at lunch. See you there!
  7. Hey Grads! One last opportunity to get your grad quote and baby photo in the yearbook. HDSB email or DM the yearbook account on instagram @yearbookgwss. Form closes Thursday February 13th at 3:00pm.

THURSDAY, February 6

  1. In honour of Black History Month, on this day in 1820... Freed U.S. slaves depart on journey to Africa
  2. Are you interested in singing in Garth Webb’s choir? Now is a great time to join since we’ve just started a new set of music. Choir rehearsals are Fridays at 11:30 - 12:00 in the music room, room 1051. There are no auditions, everyone is welcome to join.
  3. Attention all grade 12 French students - the DELF info meeting is TODAY at lunch in room 2014. Please come if you are interested in taking it.
  4. Are you interested in playing for the Girls Rugby Team? There will be an important meeting this Friday at lunch in the Fitness Centre. Tryouts start next week! Please see the schedule that is posted in the change room hallway.

WEDNESDAY, February 5

  1. February is Black History month and in honor of Black History month, we are celebrating women crush Wednesday by recognizing the work and contributions of Viola Desmond: “In 1946, Viola Desmond refused to sit in the balcony of the Roseland theatre in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, and sat on the floor reserved for white people instead. She was arrested and found guilty of not paying the full tax on a floor-seat ticket. She was jailed and fined. In 2010, the government of Nova Scotia finally pardoned Viola and apologized to her family — 45 years after her death. In 2017, Viola was chosen to be the new face of the Canadian $10 bill."
  2. Energy SHSM students: the next session of First Aid/CPR certifications will be February 20th & 21st. See Mr. White for a permission form.
  3. Attention students enrolled in e-Learning courses. There is an optional e-Learning orientation session to help you learn how to use the eLearning system taking place TODAY at the start of lunch in the Library seminar room.
  4. Attention Grade 9 musicians! Junior Band rehearsals start again today after school. If you’re enrolled in music and would like to play in band, now is an ideal time to join! See you today after school in room 1051.
  5. Athletic council will resume meetings at lunch NEXT WEDNESDAY in room 2015. See you all next week!
  6. Attention all grade 12 French students - there will be an info meeting about the DELF exam TOMORROW at lunch in room 2014. Please come if you are interested in taking it.
  7. This announcement is for members of Senior Concert Band: Thursday’s morning sectional will NOT be held tomorrow!
  8. E Learning Orientation in the library at lunch is cancelled.

MONDAY, February 3 - 1st Day of Semester 2

  1. If you are enrolled in an eLearning course for second semester, there will be an optional orientation session to learn how to use the eLearning system taking place Wed. Feb. 5 at 11:10 in the library seminar room. See Mrs. Friesen or Ms. Herchell in the library for more details.
  2. In honour of Black History Month, here is some Monday motivation from Civil rights activist, Rosa Parks who said: “You must never be fearful of what you are doing if it is right”
  3. Attention all Model UN members: there is a meeting at lunch today in room 2042 - new members always welcome!