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Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Attention students looking for community hours, the Royal City Soccer Club is looking for volunteers and volunteer counsellors-in-training. Visit royalsoccer.com for details. Also, Child Hunger Brantford is looking for volunteers to assist at a golf tournament on June 25, 2022, at the Walter Gretzky Golf Course. Contact Dawn Hall at dawnhallchb@gmail.com. You can visit the bulletin board outside of Student Services for all volunteer opportunities. 

Paris District High School is inviting all Brantford LGBTQ+ students and their allies to attend this year’s Rainbow Ball on May 19th. Please see Ms. Poos in room 135 for a permission form and event details. 

Exciting news!! After two long years of our stage being dark, the SJC drama department is pleased to announce that they will be performing Ian McWethy’s,” I, Chorus” on May 10, 11 and 12th. Tickers are now being sold at the office. You can purchase your tickets from Mrs. Padmore for $5.00 for students and seniors and $10.00 for adults. If you wish you may also purchase a ticket at the door on show night. The doors open at 6:00 pm and show starts at 7:00 pm. Hope to see you there. 

Attention Graduating Construction students pursuing a career in the Trades after high school, get your Douglas Carr Application into Mr. Quinlan by Monday, May 16th, to qualify for a $1,000.00 Scholarship. Applications can be picked up from Mr. Q in room 170. 

The Brantford Fire department is pleased to announce that they will be running a special camp called “Camp Molly” for young women in grades 11 and 12 in September. This is an amazing opportunity for young ladies to participate in a variety of firefighting tasks and learn about different career opportunities within the Brantford Fire Department. This camp will take place at the Brantford Fire Department Central Service location at 60 Clarence Street in Brantford on September 15th to 18th, 2022. If you are interested in this career pathway, please see the poster in the Coop Office or on the bulletin board across from Student Services to grab the QR code for sign-up. Participation is limited to 24 girls and is open to students in the Brantford area. Application deadline is June 8th. 

Attention graduates. Have you completed four full year courses in the Business Department? Is so, you qualify to receive a Business Certificate at this year’s graduation ceremony. See Ms. Poos in Room 135 to apply. All applications are due by May 13th. 

 

Monday, May 2, 2022

Attention students looking for community hours, the Royal City Soccer Club is looking for volunteers and volunteer counsellors-in-training. Visit royalsoccer.com for details. Also, Child Hunger Brantford is looking for volunteers to assist at a golf tournament on June 25, 2022, at the Walter Gretzky Golf Course. Contact Dawn Hall at dawnhallchb@gmail.com. You can visit the bulletin board outside of Student Services for all volunteer opportunities. 

Paris District High School is inviting all Brantford LGBTQ+ students and their allies to attend this year’s Rainbow Ball on May 19th. Please see Ms. Poos in room 135 for a permission form and event details. 

Exciting news!! After two long years of our stage being dark, the SJC drama department is pleased to announce that they will be performing Ian McWethy’s,” I, Chorus” on May 10, 11 and 12th. Tickers are now being sold at the office. You can purchase your tickets from Mrs. Padmore for $5.00 for students and seniors and $10.00 for adults. If you wish you may also purchase a ticket at the door on show night. The doors open at 6:00 pm and show starts at 7:00 pm. Hope to see you there. 

Attention Graduating Construction students pursuing a career in the Trades after high school, get your Douglas Carr Application into Mr. Quinlan by Monday, May 16th, to qualify for a $1,000.00 Scholarship. Applications can be picked up from Mr. Q in room 170. 

The Brantford Fire department is pleased to announce that they will be running a special camp called “Camp Molly” for young women in grades 11 and 12 in September. This is an amazing opportunity for young ladies to participate in a variety of firefighting tasks and learn about different career opportunities within the Brantford Fire Department. This camp will take place at the Brantford Fire Department Central Service location at 60 Clarence Street in Brantford on September 15th to 18th, 2022. If you are interested in this career pathway, please see the poster in the Coop Office or on the bulletin board across from Student Services to grab the QR code for sign-up. Participation is limited to 24 girls and is open to students in the Brantford area. Application deadline is June 8th. 

Attention graduates. Have you completed four full year courses in the Business Department? Is so, you qualify to receive a Business Certificate at this year’s graduation ceremony. See Ms. Poos in Room 135 to apply. All applications are due by May 13th. 

Attention everyone, now that May is here, did you know that there’s only six days until Mother’s Day. Six Days! If you are wondering what to get your mom, grandma, or special aunt for this Sunday’s Mother’s Day, why not get her beautiful flowers that have been lovingly grown by the students here at SJC. The senior students from job skills will be having a Pop-up Flower Shop in the back library during junior lunch on Wednesday to Friday this week. The flowers are marigold, zinnia, and viola. They range in price from $1.00 to $10.00. Come to the Pop-up Flower Shop during junior lunch this Wednesday to Friday to buy your Mother’s Day gift. Proceeds from all sales will go to the Brant SPCA. Thanks. 

Attention all Grade 12’s. Prom tickets will go on sale starting tomorrow on School Cash Online. The process for buying tickets has several steps. Prom contracts will be delivered to your last period class today. Extra copies will be available in the main office. One or two tickets will be allowed to be purchase on School Cash Online. Each ticket is $65.00. The prom contract needs to be filled out in its entirety with appropriate signatures and proof of purchase. Once this step is completed, you may bring your contract and supporting documents to see Mr. MacKinlay outside of Student Services starting on Wednesday to pick up your physical ticket or tickets and organize your dinner table. Please see Mr. MacKinlay for further information. 

 

Friday, April 29, 2022

The James Hillier scholarship application is due today in Student Services. Extra copies are available in Student Services. Please be sure that your application is submitted to Mrs. Spiers before 3:00 p.m. today. 

Attention students looking for community hours, the Royal City Soccer Club is looking for volunteers and volunteer counsellors-in-training. Visit royalsoccer.com for details. Also, Child Hunger Brantford is looking for volunteers to assist at a golf tournament on June 25, 2022, at the Walter Gretzky Golf Course. Contact Dawn Hall at dawnhallchb@gmail.com. You can visit the bulletin board outside of Student Services for all volunteer opportunities. 

Paris District High School is inviting all Brantford LGBTQ+ students and their allies to attend this year’s Rainbow Ball on May 19th. Any SJC students interested in attending are to see Ms. Poos in room 135 by Tuesday, May 3rd for details. 

Exciting news!! After two long years of our stage being dark, the SJC drama department is pleased to announce that they will be performing Ian McWethy’s,” I, Chorus” on May 10, 11 and 12th. Tickers are now being sold at the office. You can purchase your tickets from Mrs. Padmore for $5.00 for students and seniors and $10.00 for adults. If you wish you may also purchase a ticket at the door on show night. The doors open at 6:00 pm and show starts at 7:00 pm. Hope to see you there. 

Attention those interested in trying out for the Junior and Senior Tennis teams. There is an QR Code sign up outside of room 203. Tryouts will begin on Monday, May 2 for Seniors and Wednesday May 4 for Juniors. Tryouts are at Dufferin Park. Please sign up and pick up a schedule and consent form outside of room 203 as soon as you can. Please see Mrs. Malecki in room 203 if you have any questions. 

Attention all girls interested in trying out for the varsity girls fastpitch team. A QR code sign ups, schedules and consent forms are available outside room 203. Tryouts will be Tuesday May 3 and Thursday May 5 at Spring Gardens Park. Please see Mrs. Malecki in room 203 if you have any questions. 

 

 

Friday, April 29, 2022

The James Hillier scholarship application is due today in Student Services. Extra copies are available in Student Services. Please be sure that your application is submitted to Mrs. Spiers before 3:00 p.m. today. 

Attention students looking for community hours, the Royal City Soccer Club is looking for volunteers and volunteer counsellors-in-training. Visit royalsoccer.com for details. Also, Child Hunger Brantford is looking for volunteers to assist at a golf tournament on June 25, 2022, at the Walter Gretzky Golf Course. Contact Dawn Hall at dawnhallchb@gmail.com. You can visit the bulletin board outside of Student Services for all volunteer opportunities. 

Paris District High School is inviting all Brantford LGBTQ+ students and their allies to attend this year’s Rainbow Ball on May 19th. Any SJC students interested in attending are to see Ms. Poos in room 135 by Tuesday, May 3rd for details. 

Exciting news!! After two long years of our stage being dark, the SJC drama department is pleased to announce that they will be performing Ian McWethy’s,” I, Chorus” on May 10, 11 and 12th. Tickers are now being sold at the office. You can purchase your tickets from Mrs. Padmore for $5.00 for students and seniors and $10.00 for adults. If you wish you may also purchase a ticket at the door on show night. The doors open at 6:00 pm and show starts at 7:00 pm. Hope to see you there. 

Attention those interested in trying out for the Junior and Senior Tennis teams. There is an QR Code sign up outside of room 203. Tryouts will begin on Monday, May 2 for Seniors and Wednesday May 4 for Juniors. Tryouts are at Dufferin Park. Please sign up and pick up a schedule and consent form outside of room 203 as soon as you can. Please see Mrs. Malecki in room 203 if you have any questions. 

Attention all girls interested in trying out for the varsity girls fastpitch team. A QR code sign ups, schedules and consent forms are available outside room 203. Tryouts will be Tuesday May 3 and Thursday May 5 at Spring Gardens Park. Please see Mrs. Malecki in room 203 if you have any questions. 

 

 

Thursday, April 28, 2022

Attention Graduates, here is a scholarship opportunity for students pursuing a degree related to science or technological careers. If you are accepting an offer of admission from a science or technological program and if you have an average of at least 90% in your best 6 university entrance courses subjects which includes 2 science credits, then consider picking up a yellow application from Student Services for the James Hillier Foundation Scholarship. Applications are due back to Student Services by Friday, April 29th, 2022. 

Attention students looking for community hours, the Royal City Soccer Club is looking for volunteers and volunteer counsellors-in-training. Visit royalsoccer.com for details. Also, Child Hunger Brantford is looking for volunteers to assist at a golf tournament on June 25, 2022, at the Walter Gretzky Golf Course. Contact Dawn Hall at dawnhallchb@gmail.com. You can visit the bulletin board outside of Student Services for all volunteer opportunities. 

Paris District High School is inviting all Brantford LGBTQ+ students and their allies to attend this year’s Rainbow Ball on May 19th. Any SJC students interested in attending are to see Ms. Poos in room 135 by Tuesday, May 3rd for details. 

Exciting news!! After two long years of our stage being dark, the SJC drama department is pleased to announce that they will be performing Ian McWethy’s,” I, Chorus” on May 10, 11 and 12th. Tickers are now being sold at the office. You can purchase your tickets from Mrs. Padmore for $5.00 for students and seniors and $10.00 for adults. If you wish you may also purchase a ticket at the door on show night. The doors open at 6:00 pm and show starts at 7:00 pm. Hope to see you there. 

Despite the rain, the SJC Ladies Varsity Soccer Team brought the thunder winning their game 10-0 Monday night against P. J. High School. 

All students who are participating on the Track and Field team, there is a mandatory meeting today for Juniors on Junior lunch in Room 165 and there is a mandatory meeting today for Seniors on Senior lunch in Room 161. Again, all students who are participating on the Track and Field team, there are mandatory meetings on both lunches today. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Koolen, Ms. McIntosh, Mrs. Elliott or Ms. Heyens. 

Attention those interested in trying out for the Junior and Senior Tennis teams. There is an QR Code sign up outside of room 203. Tryouts will begin on Monday, May 2 for Seniors and Wednesday May 4 for Juniors. Tryouts are at Dufferin Park. Please sign up and pick up a schedule and consent form outside of room 203 as soon as you can. Please see Mrs. Malecki in room 203 if you have any questions. 

Attention all girls interested in trying out for the varsity girls fastpitch team. A QR code sign ups, schedules and consent forms are available outside room 203. Tryouts will be Tuesday May 3 and Thursday May 5 at Spring Gardens Park. Please see Mrs. Malecki in room 203 if you have any questions. 

Monday, April 25, 2022

There is a Scholarship Opportunity for Grade 12’s from the Brantford Regional Real Estate Association or BRREA. This scholarship is awarded to two graduating students from a Brantford or Brant County high school, heading into post-secondary education. The application deadline is April 29th, 2022, at 4 pm. The information and application can also be found on our website at www.brrea.com/scholarship-program.

Attention Graduates, here is another scholarship opportunity for students pursuing a degree related to science or technological careers. If you are accepting an offer of admission from a science or technological program and if you have an average of at least 90% in your best 6 university entrance courses subjects which includes 2 science credits, then consider picking up a yellow application from Student Services for the James Hillier Foundation Scholarship. Applications are due back to Student Services by Friday, April 29th, 2022.

Attention students looking for community hours, the Royal City Soccer Club is looking for volunteers and volunteer counsellors-in-training. Visit royalsoccer.com for details. Also, Child Hunger Brantford is looking for volunteers to assist at a golf tournament on June 25, 2022, at the Walter Gretzky Golf Course. Contact Dawn Hall at dawnhallchb@gmail.com. You can visit the bulletin board outside of Student Services for all volunteer opportunities.

Paris District High School is inviting all Brantford LGBTQ+ students and their allies to attend this year’s Rainbow Ball on May 19th. Any SJC students interested in attending are to see Ms. Poos in room 135 by Tuesday, May 3rd for details.

Thursday, April 21, 2022

There is a Scholarship Opportunity for Grade 12’s from the Brantford Regional Real Estate Association or BRREA. This scholarship is awarded to two graduating students from a Brantford or Brant County high school, heading into post-secondary education. The application deadline is April 29th, 2022, at 4 pm. The information and application can also be found on our website at www.brrea.com/scholarship-program.

Attention Graduates, here is another scholarship opportunity for students pursuing a degree related to science or technological careers. If you are accepting an offer of admission from a science or technological program and if you have an average of at least 90% in your best 6 university entrance courses subjects which includes 2 science credits, then consider picking up a yellow application from Student Services for the James Hillier Foundation Scholarship. Applications are due back to Student Services by Friday, April 29th, 2022.

Do you have old batteries around your home and do not know what to do with them? Well bring them to the SJC battery collection drive. Your batteries can be dropped of at Room 161 or at Mrs. Spiers desk.

We are happy to share that Conestoga College is now accepting applications for our three new tuition-free Pre-Apprenticeship Training programs that will prepare student for in-demand careers and provide a head start for those wishing to start a career in trades: General Carpenter, Welder/Metal Fabricator and Introduction to Construction Trades (Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing and Welding). Please see Student Services for details.

Attention graduates! Did you graduate grade 8 from Blenheim District Public School in Drumbo? Are you headed to post-secondary education in the fall? Then please stop by Student Services to pick up your application to apply for ‘The $500 Squire Muma Scholarship Award’. Applications for this scholarship are due by May 14, 2022.

Students enrolled in the Health and Wellness SHSM program, please stop by Mrs. Hyndman’s class during senior lunch today for a brief meeting in room 269.

This is a reminder that the ACE Committee meeting is today at Junior lunch in the Devine Mercy room.

 

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

There is a Scholarship Opportunity for Grade 12’s from the Brantford Regional Real Estate Association or BRREA. This scholarship is awarded to two graduating students from a Brantford or Brant County high school, heading into post-secondary education. The application deadline is April 29th, 2022, at 4 pm. The information and application can also be found on our website at www.brrea.com/scholarship-program.

Attention Graduates, here is another scholarship opportunity for students pursuing a degree related to science or technological careers. If you are accepting an offer of admission from a science or technological program and if you have an average of at least 90% in your best 6 university entrance courses subjects which includes 2 science credits, then consider picking up a yellow application from Student Services for the James Hillier Foundation Scholarship. Applications are due back to Student Services by Friday, April 29th, 2022.

Do you have old batteries around your home and do not know what to do with them? Well bring them to the SJC battery collection drive. Your batteries can be dropped of at Room 161 or at Mrs. Spiers desk.

We are happy to share that Conestoga College is now accepting applications for our three new tuition-free Pre-Apprenticeship Training programs that will prepare student for in-demand careers and provide a head start for those wishing to start a career in trades: General Carpenter, Welder/Metal Fabricator and Introduction to Construction Trades (Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing and Welding). Please see Student Services for details.

As April is Equity & Inclusion month here at SJC, we are happy to announce the start of our very own G.S.A. (Gay Straight Alliance). The GSA is a social club that creates a safe, supportive, and inclusive space for LGBTQ+ students and their allies. Our first meeting will be today during junior lunch in Room 132. If you have any questions, or seniors are interested is starting their own group, please see Ms. Poos in Room 135.

Attention graduates! Did you graduate grade 8 from Blenheim District Public School in Drumbo? Are you headed to post-secondary education in the fall? Then please stop by Student Services to pick up your application to apply for ‘The $500 Squire Muma Scholarship Award’. Applications for this scholarship are due by May 14, 2022.

 

Tuesday, April 19, 2022

We are happy to share that Conestoga College is now accepting applications for our three new tuition-free Pre-Apprenticeship Training programs that will prepare student for in-demand careers and provide a head start for those wishing to start a career in trades: General Carpenter, Welder/Metal Fabricator and Introduction to Construction Trades (Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing and Welding). Please see Student Services for details.

Attention students looking for community hours opportunities. A program that serves breakfast to the homeless at Alexandra Presbyterian Church on Colborne Street in Brantford is looking for kitchen help and serving help on Thursdays between 8:45 and 9:45 am. This opportunity is open to students with a first period spare and their own transportation. Information is posted on the bulletin board outside of Student Services.

There is a Scholarship Opportunity for Grade 12’s from the Brantford Regional Real Estate Association or BRREA. This scholarship is awarded to two graduating students from a Brantford or Brant County high school, heading into post-secondary education. The application deadline is April 29th, 2022, at 4 pm. The information and application can also be found on our website at www.brrea.com/scholarship-program.

Attention Graduates, here is another scholarship opportunity for students pursuing a degree related to science or technological careers. If you are accepting an offer of admission from a science or technological program and if you have an average of at least 90% in your best 6 university entrance courses subjects which includes 2 science credits, then consider picking up a yellow application from Student Services for the James Hillier Foundation Scholarship. Applications are due back to Student Services by Friday, April 29th, 2022.

Do you have old batteries around your home and do not know what to do with them? Well bring them to the SJC battery collection drive. Your batteries can be dropped of at Room 161 or at Mrs. Spiers desk.

As April is Equity & Inclusion month here at SJC, we are happy to announce the start of our very own G.S.A. (Gay Straight Alliance). The GSA is a social club that creates a safe, supportive, and inclusive space for LGBTQ+ students and their allies. Our first meeting will be tomorrow-Wednesday, April 20th during junior lunch in Room 132. If you have any questions, or seniors are interested is starting their own group, please see Ms. Poos in Room 135.

 

Thursday, April 14, 2022

Rogers tv is recruiting volunteers in Brantford, Brant, Six Nations of The Grand River and Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. We are excited to announce that we will be expanding our mobile coverage in this area for spring and summer. Do you have an interest in learning tv production? Are you currently enrolled in a broadcasting program? Do you need high school community hours? If you answered yes, then this is a perfect opportunity for you. Register at rogerstv.com today to become a volunteer as training starts next week.

Attention students looking for community hours opportunities. A program that serves breakfast to the homeless at Alexandra Presbyterian Church on Colborne Street in Brantford is looking for kitchen help and serving help on Thursdays between 8:45 and 9:45 am. This opportunity is open to students with a first period spare and their own transportation. Information is posted on the bulletin board outside of Student Services.

There is a Scholarship Opportunity for Grade 12’s from the Brantford Regional Real Estate Association or BRREA. This scholarship is awarded to two graduating students from a Brantford or Brant County high school, heading into post-secondary education. The application deadline is April 29th, 2022, at 4 pm. The information and application can also be found on our website at www.brrea.com/scholarship-program.

Attention Graduates, here is another scholarship opportunity for students pursuing a degree related to science or technological careers. If you are accepting an offer of admission from a science or technological program and if you have an average of at least 90% in your best 6 university entrance courses subjects which includes 2 science credits, then consider picking up a yellow application from Student Services for the James Hillier Foundation Scholarship. Applications are due back to Student Services by Friday, April 29th, 2022.

Attention math contest writers from grade 9 – 11. The math contest results are in. Please visit Mr. Todd in room 202 or email him to get your math contest results.

Do you have old batteries around your home and do not know what to do with them? Well bring them to the SJC battery collection drive. Your batteries can be dropped of at Room 161 or at Mrs. Spiers desk.

We are happy to share that Conestoga College is now accepting applications for our three new tuition-free Pre-Apprenticeship Training programs that will prepare student for in-demand careers and provide a head start for those withing to start a career in trades: General Carpenter, Welder/Metal Fabricator and Introduction to Construction Trades (Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing and Welding). Please see Student Services for details.

There will be a track and field practice on Tuesday after school at 3:15 pm. Please bring your signed permission forms.

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