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Morning Announcements

Feb 7

by Lori May | Feb 07, 2018

Today’s News
Niagara Region Public Health will be soon be holding an immunization clinic at our school. This clinic is for students who have received an “Order for Suspension,” from Public Health, which stated their vaccination record on file is not up-to-date. If you have received this form in the mail, please bring it with you to the clinic along with your personal immunization record. Our school’s vaccine clinic will be held the morning of Feb 9 in the Lecture Hall.  Please remember to eat breakfast and wear a short-sleeved shirt.

Picture Day for New Students and students who did not get their picture taken at the beginning of the school year, is being held tomorrow Thursday Feb 8 at the back of student services.

Hey Mathies:
It's that time of year again.  The University of Waterloo Math Contests for grade 9, 10, and 11 students is coming up at the end of the month.
If you like a good math challenge, sign up outside room 314 today.

Hello Grads!  Are you heading to Brock University this September?  If you are an exceptional student with strong grades and are engaged in your school and community, apply today for this $2500 scholarship.  Visit BROCK UNIVERSITY NIAGARA PRINCIPALS SCHOLARSHIP and submit your application on or before April 15, 2018.

Casting call for all of our great public speakers out there!  The Fenwick and Fonthill Lions and Lioness Clubs will be holding their annual Public Speaking Contest on Sunday, February 25th, 2018 at 1:00 pm.  We are able to send up to two grade 9 students and two senior students.   You may compete in English or French!  Please come on down to Mrs. Gibson to get more information! 

Clubs and Activities
Interact members should be prepared to go outside at lunch as we are going on a short field trip!

TECH TUESDAY-The DSBN Skills Challenges are getting closer week by week.
The Tech Department is keen to get the message out that Trades and Technology can be a very significant part of a high school education, and a great career option.  Whether it is a Grade 9 Exploring Technologies course, or a focus program like the Specialist High Skills Major with a Coop placement, students benefit from learning about Technology and Trade options.
The DSBN Technological Skills challenges and Tech Tuesdays likewise help to communicate this message to students.  Many trade sectors and employer groups are concerned about the shortages of skilled tradespeople.  It may surprise you to learn that after the Service Sector, the Manufacturing Sector is still the next largest trade sector for employment, followed by Construction.
Mr Demers will be hosting a Tech Tuesday next week on the 13th of February in room 109 in preparation for the DSBN Electrical Wiring Challenge that will take place at Niagara College on the 28th of February.
For more information, please see Mr. Demers in room.

Hey Crossley! Did you make a stress ball before exams? Or did you buy any raffle tickets? Well if you did, you may be interested in joining Wellness Club! We will be meeting Thursday at the start of lunch in room 312, all new members are welcome!! You can be a part of future initiatives like the puppy room!

Attention members of swim team there will be a mandatory meeting at the start of lunch in front of the trophy case today



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