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Wednesday, April 13, 2022

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.

This is a reminder that the next business club meeting will be today after school in room 135. New members are always welcome.

Rogers tv is recruiting volunteers in Brantford, Brant, Six Nations of The Grand River and Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. We’re 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.

 

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

There will be a Coop Orientation meeting today, Tuesday, April 12th at 10:30 am in the cafeteria for all students registered to take Coop next year. Please plan to attend. Attendance will be taken.

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.

 

Monday, April 11, 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. 

Attention students looking for community hours opportunities. The Paris Soccer Club is looking for volunteer coaches and assistant coaches. Students can email the Paris Soccer Club at admin@parissoccer.ca. The St. George Soccer Club is also looking for volunteer coaches. The St. George Soccer Club offers a free clinic for all coaches. Students can email the St. George Soccer Club at admin@stgeorgesoccerclub.ca. Also, 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 for all these opportunities. 

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. 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, April 6, 2022

St. John’s, did you know that April is Diversity Month? At SJC we want to celebrate the diverse cultural heritages that exist in our Catholic school community, especially during Diversity Month. We would like to have Thursday, April 28th be a Diverse Cultural Heritage Day at SJC. The ACE Committee, SJC’s social justice club, will be meeting tomorrow-Thursday on Junior lunch in the Divine Mercy room to discuss and plan our Cultural Heritage Diversity Day. All are welcome to come and participate. 

Attention students looking for community hours opportunities. The Paris Soccer Club is looking for volunteer coaches and assistant coaches. Students can email the Paris Soccer Club at admin@parissoccer.ca. The St. George Soccer Club is also looking for volunteer coaches. The St. George Soccer Club offers a free clinic for all coaches. Students can email the St. George Soccer Club at admin@stgeorgesoccerclub.ca. Also, 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 for all these opportunities. 

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. 

Today Junior book club will be meeting at lunch in the library. 

Attention all Grade 12s. Please note a calendar change. This year’s prom has been scheduled for Friday, June 3rd. Please disregard the May 26th date in the calendar. Again, prom is now Friday, June 3rd, so save the date. Tickets will go on sale during the first week of May. Prom attendance is open to anyone on roll at St. John’s in Grade 12 or older this current school year, along with one guest, subject to the approval of administration. 

There will be an eco-club meeting today on both lunches. Juniors will be in room 165, not 166 and Seniors will be in room 161. 

Attention Concert Band, a reminder that there is no rehearsal tonight after school. Practices will resume as normal next week. 

Tuesday, April 5 2022

Attention all Grade 12s. Please note a calendar change. This year’s prom has been scheduled for Friday, June 3rd. Please disregard the May 26th date in the calendar. Again, prom is now Friday, June 3rd, so save the date. Tickets will go on sale during the first week of May. Prom attendance is open to anyone on roll at St. John’s in Grade 12 or older this current school year, along with one guest, subject to the approval of administration.

Attention students looking for community hours opportunities. The Paris Soccer Club is looking for volunteer coaches and assistant coaches. Students can email the Paris Soccer Club at admin@parissoccer.ca. The St. George Soccer Club is also looking for volunteer coaches. The St. George Soccer Club offers a free clinic for all coaches. Students can email the St. George Soccer Club at admin@stgeorgesoccerclub.ca. Also, 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 for all these opportunities.

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.

Senior book club will be meeting today at lunch in the library.

Attention Concert Band, our Sanderson Centre trip is today. If you are not already in the music room, please go there now.

Monday, April 4, 2022

Attention students looking for community hours opportunities. The Paris Soccer Club is looking for volunteer coaches and assistant coaches. Students can email the Paris Soccer Club at admin@parissoccer.ca. The St. George Soccer Club is also looking for volunteer coaches. The St. George Soccer Club offers a free clinic for all coaches. Students can email the St. George Soccer Club at admin@stgeorgesoccerclub.ca. Also, the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead National Historic Site is looking for volunteers for their Annual Easter at Addie’s event. The event takes place on Friday, April 15th from 10 am to 2 pm. Students can earn 4-6 community hours at the event. If interested, email the Homestead at info@adelaidehoodless.ca. 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 for all these opportunities.

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 Eagles, Student Council has an important announcement. Are you interested in developing your leadership skills, planning activities for the student body, helping to represent our peers, and promoting school spirit? If so, you are encouraged to apply to join next year’s Student Council. Applications for the 2022-2023 academic school year are available on the SJC Website. Applications are due by Friday, April 8th to Mr. Beaudin in room 116 or Mr. Yakymyshyn in room 272. In other exciting news, Student Council will be adding two new positions next year. The positions are Junior and Senior Athletic Representatives. The intent of the position is to provide advocacies for all sports on student council. The representatives are to initiate and help plan events throughout the school year that aim to increase school spirit around all sports. To be eligible, all interested candidates must play at least one full time sport for SJC, maintained a minimum of an overall “A” average on your transcript, show enthusiasm and school spirit, and be able to provide a reference from a staff representative or an SJC coach. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply.

Attention Concert Band, a reminder that tomorrow is our trip to the Sanderson Centre. If you have not handed in your permission form, please do so today, or see Mrs. Marriott to check in. Please be in the music room for announcements tomorrow morning and remember to wear number 1 dress.

Senior & Junior Boys rugby players are reminded of their practice today at 5 pm outside behind the portables.

Friday, April 1, 2022

2022-2023 Student Council Executive Application Form - Students must complete each component of the application thoroughly. Note: the applicant is not required to provide a transcript.  Submit your completed application form to Mr. Beaudin (Room 116) or Mr. Yakymyshyn (Room 272) no later than Friday, April 8th at 3:00 p.m.  No late forms will be accepted.  Student elections will take place May 12th.  

 

Announcements for Friday, April 1st, 2022

Attention students looking for community hours opportunities. The Paris Soccer Club is looking for volunteer coaches and assistant coaches. Students can email the Paris Soccer Club at admin@parissoccer.ca. The St. George Soccer Club is also looking for volunteer coaches. The St. George Soccer Club offers a free clinic for all coaches. Students can email the St. George Soccer Club at admin@stgeorgesoccerclub.ca. Also, the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead National Historic Site is looking for volunteers for their Annual Easter at Addie’s event. The event takes place on Friday, April 15th from 10 am to 2 pm. Students can earn 4-6 community hours at the event. If interested, email the Homestead at info@adelaidehoodless.ca. 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 for all these opportunities.

 

Attention Grade 12 female potential graduates. The Canadian Federation of University Women Brantford has a $1,000.00 scholarship for females who have achieved an average of 85% or higher based on 6 credits for entrance to post-secondary education programs. To qualify, you must have demonstrated involvement in and commitment to extracurricular activities or community volunteering and or employment. The final selection will be based on non-academic criteria as indicated on the application form. Please stop by Student Services to pick up a green application form. Applications are due in April.

 

Here is another Scholarship Opportunity for our 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 Eagles, Student Council has an important announcement. Are you interested in developing your leadership skills, planning activities for the student body, helping to represent our peers, and promoting school spirit? If so, you are encouraged to apply to join next year’s Student Council. Applications for the 2022-2023 academic school year will be available starting Friday, April 1st on the SJC Website. Applications will be due Friday, April 8th to Mr. Beaudin in room 116 or Mr. Yakymyshyn in room 272. In other exciting news, Student Council will be adding two new positions next year. The positions are Junior and Senior Athletic Representatives. The intent of the position is to provide advocacies for all sports on student council. The representatives are to initiate and help plan events throughout the school year that aim to increase school spirit around all sports. To be eligible, all interested candidates must play at least one full time sport for SJC, maintained a minimum of an overall “A” average on your transcript, show enthusiasm and school spirit, and be able to provide a reference from a staff representative or an SJC coach. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

Thursday, March 31, 2022

Attention Grade 12 female potential graduates. The Canadian Federation of University Women Brantford has a $1,000.00 scholarship for females who have achieved an average of 85% or higher based on 6 credits for entrance to post-secondary education programs. To qualify, you must have demonstrated involvement in and commitment to extracurricular activities or community volunteering and or employment. The final selection will be based on non-academic criteria as indicated on the application form. Please stop by Student Services to pick up a green application form. Applications are due in April.

Attention students looking for community hours opportunities. The Paris Soccer Club is looking for volunteer coaches and assistant coaches. Students can email the Paris Soccer Club at admin@parissoccer.ca. The St. George Soccer Club is also looking for volunteer coaches. The St. George Soccer Club offers a free clinic for all coaches. Students can email the St. George Soccer Club at admin@stgeorgesoccerclub.ca. Also, the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead National Historic Site is looking for volunteers for their Annual Easter at Addie’s event. The event takes place on Friday, April 15th from 10 am to 2 pm. Students can earn 4-6 community hours at the event. If interested, email the Homestead at info@adelaidehoodless.ca. 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 for all these opportunities.

Attention all Grade 12s, Prom is a GO! Yes, you heard it right. Prom is a GO! However, the tentative date on the calendar may not be correct. We are looking to finalize a date by the end of the week. Would you like to help plan the prom? Please come to a meeting today at the beginning of Senior Lunch in the Divine Mercy room.

Attention Eagles, Student Council has an important announcement. Are you interested in developing your leadership skills, planning activities for the student body, helping to represent our peers, and promoting school spirit? If so, you are encouraged to apply to join next year’s Student Council. Applications for the 2022-2023 academic school year will be available starting Friday, April 1st on the SJC Website. Applications will be due Friday, April 8th to Mr. Beaudin in room 116 or Mr. Yakymyshyn in room 272. In other exciting news, Student Council will be adding two new positions next year. The positions are Junior and Senior Athletic Representatives. The intent of the position is to provide advocacies for all sports on student council. The representatives are to initiate and help plan events throughout the school year that aim to increase school spirit around all sports. To be eligible, all interested candidates must play at least one full time sport for SJC, maintained a minimum of an overall “A” average on your transcript, show enthusiasm and school spirit, and be able to provide a reference from a staff representative or SJC coach. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply.

Wednesday, March 30, 2022

Attention students looking for community hours opportunities. The Paris Soccer Club is looking for volunteer coaches and assistant coaches. Students can email the Paris Soccer Club at admin@parissoccer.ca. The St. George Soccer Club is also looking for volunteer coaches. The St. George Soccer Club offers a free clinic for all coaches. Students can email the St. George Soccer Club at admin@stgeorgesoccerclub.ca. Also, the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead National Historic Site is looking for volunteers for their Annual Easter at Addie’s event. The event takes place on Friday, April 15th from 10 am to 2 pm. Students can earn 4-6 community hours at the event. If interested, email the Homestead at info@adelaidehoodless.ca. 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 for all of these opportunities.

Attention Grade 12 female potential graduates. The Canadian Federation of University Women Brantford has a $1,000.00 scholarship for females who have achieved an average of 85% or higher based on 6 credits for entrance to post-secondary education programs. To qualify, you must have demonstrated involvement in and commitment to extracurricular activities or community volunteering and or employment. The final selection will be based on non-academic criteria as indicated on the application form. Please stop by Student Services to pick up a green application form. Applications are due in April.

This is a reminder of the Business Club meeting today after school in room 135. A guest speaker from the Chamber of Commerce will be attending.

Attention all Grade 12s, Prom is a GO! Yes, you heard it right. Prom is a GO! However, the tentative date on the calendar may not be correct. We are looking to finalize a date by the end of the week. Would you like to help plan the prom? Please come to a meeting tomorrow-Thursday at the beginning of Senior Lunch in the Divine Mercy room.

There is an ACE Committee Meeting today on junior lunch.  The location has been moved from the Divine Mercy room to room 108.  All are welcome to attend.

Good morning SJC Writers.  For all students wishing to submit a short story to the Laurier Stedman Writing Contest a reminder that Today is the Day. Be sure to submit your story today to Mr. Heida following the instructions you received in last weeks email. Once again, be sure to submit your short story to Mr. Heida today. If you have any questions, please be sure to contact Mr. Heida directly either via email or by dropping by the TLC this morning or Portable 6 this afternoon.

Tuesday, March 29, 2022

Attention students looking for community hours opportunities. The Paris Soccer Club is looking for volunteer coaches and assistant coaches. A notice is posted on the board outside of Student Services. Students can email the Paris Soccer Club at admin@parissoccer.ca.

Another opportunity for community hours. The St. George Soccer Club is looking for volunteer coaches. The St. George Soccer Club offers a free clinic for all coaches. A notice is posted on the board outside of Student Services. Students can email the St. George Soccer Club at admin@stgeorgesoccerclub.ca.

Also, the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead National Historic Site is looking for volunteers for their Annual Easter at Addie’s event. The event takes place on Friday, April 15th from 10 am to 2 pm. Students can earn 4-6 community hours at the event. If interested, email the Homestead at info@adelaidehoodless.ca. Information is posted on the bulletin board outside of Student Services.

Attention Grade 12 female potential graduates. The Canadian Federation of University Women Brantford has a $1,000.00 scholarship for females who have achieved an average of 85% or higher based on 6 credits for entrance to post-secondary education programs. To qualify, you must have demonstrated involvement in and commitment to extracurricular activities or community volunteering and or employment. The final selection will be based on non-academic criteria as indicated on the application form. Please stop by Student Services to pick up a green application form. Applications are due in April.

This is a reminder of the Business Club meeting tomorrow-Wednesday after school in room 135. A guest speaker from the Chamber of Commerce will be attending.

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