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Monday, December 2, 2019

Do you hate paying a lot of money for a Christmas card?  Would you like a unique and handmade card to accompany your Christmas gifts this holiday season?  If you answered yes, then the Job Skills Class can help.  The students in the Job Skills class have created a variety of Christmas cards that you can purchase during school hours in Room 141.  Cards are sold for $2.00 a piece or 3 for $5.00.  Let us help with your holiday season shopping.

If you are the recipient of an academic award but were unable to attend the ceremony, please come to the Principals Office today to pick up your award.

Attention potential grad, the deadline to pay your grad fee of $80.00 is fast approaching.  The grad fee must be paid before December 6th, 2019.  Payment is made through School Cash Online.  If you have any questions or concerns, please see Mrs. Ronson in Student Services before December 6th.  Remember, you will not get a grad photo date and time until this fee is paid.

Attention potential grads, if you are interested in putting your name forth to be considered for Valedictorian at this year’s graduation ceremony in June 2020, then please complete the Valedictorian Application form and submit it to Mrs. Ronson in Student Services by 3pm on Monday, December 2nd.  Valedictorian application forms can be found in the package you received at the Leaving the Nest assembly or online at sjconline.ca under Student Services and then 2020 Graduation Application Package.  All applications are due by 3:00 pm on Monday, December 2nd.

Attention students wishing to accumulate community service hours.  Each Thursday the Knights of Columbus host a fish and chips night at the Knights of Columbus Hall which raises monies for their charitable works.  They are seeking your help on Thursdays from 4:30 – 6:30 during their fish and chip nights.  Students would assist in the kitchen and help with serving food to customers.  Interested students can contact Sean Adams of the Knights of Columbus at sadams@bhncdsb.ca.

Book club meets tomorrow-Tuesday during lunch.

Mental health group is meeting this Thursday during senior lunch.

Attention all of you who went to Semi.  Your photos look awesome.  They will be available for viewing today and tomorrow outside the Caf during both lunches.  We can show them to you on a laptop today.  Prices are listed on the wall beside the photos.

 

Friday, November 29, 2019

If you are the recipient of an academic award but were unable to attend the ceremony, please come to the Principals Office today to pick up your award.

Attention potential grad, the deadline to pay your grad fee of $80.00 is fast approaching.  The grad fee must be paid before December 6th, 2019.  Payment is made through School Cash Online.  If you have any questions or concerns, please see Mrs. Ronson in Student Services before December 6th.  Remember, you will not get a grad photo date and time until this fee is paid.

Attention potential grads, if you are interested in putting your name forth to be considered for Valedictorian at this year’s graduation ceremony in June 2020, then please complete the Valedictorian Application form and submit it to Mrs. Ronson in Student Services by 3pm on Monday, December 2nd.  Valedictorian application forms can be found in the package you received at the Leaving the Nest assembly or online at sjconline.ca under Student Services and then 2020 Graduation Application Package.  All applications are due by 3:00 pm on Monday, December 2nd.

Attention all of you who went to Semi.  Your photos look awesome.  They will be available for viewing and sale outside the Caf today during both lunches.  You can find the number of your photo today on the wall outside the Caf.  We can show them to you on a laptop today.  Prices are listed on the wall beside the photos.

Do you hate paying a lot of money for a Christmas card?  Would you like a unique and handmade card to accompany your Christmas gifts this holiday season?  If you answered yes, then the Job Skills Class can help.  The students in the Job Skills class have created a variety of Christmas cards that you can purchase during school hours in Room 141.  Cards are sold for $2.00 a piece or 3 for $5.00.  Let us help with your holiday season shopping.

 

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Attention potential grads, if you are interested in putting your name forth to be considered for Valedictorian at this year’s graduation ceremony in June 2020, then please complete the Valedictorian Application form and submit it to Mrs. Ronson in Student Services by 3pm on Monday, December 2nd.  Valedictorian application forms can be found in the package you received at the Leaving the Nest assembly or online at sjconline.ca under Student Services and then 2020 Graduation Application Package.  All applications are due by 3:00 pm on Monday, December 2nd.

If you are the recipient of an academic award but were unable to attend the ceremony, please come to the Principals Office today to pick up your award.

Attention all students traveling to France & Italy over the March break with the Modern Languages Department.  Please see Madame today for information regarding your next payment which is due by November 29th and for information regarding the date of the mandatory parent/guardian meeting which will take place soon.  Please see Madame in Room 210 today.

Attention potential grad, the deadline to pay your grad fee of $80.00 is fast approaching.  The grad fee must be paid before December 6th, 2019.  Payment is made through School Cash Online.  If you have any questions or concerns, please see Mrs. Ronson in Student Services before December 6th.  Remember, you will not get a grad photo date and time until this fee is paid.

Attention all of you who went to Semi.  Your photos look awesome.  They will be available for viewing and sale outside the Caf on Friday at both lunches.  You can find the number of your photo today on the wall outside the Caf.  We can show them to you on a laptop on Friday.  Prices are listed on the wall beside the photos.

Do you hate paying a lot of money for a Christmas card?  Would you like a unique and handmade card to accompany your Christmas gifts this holiday season?  If you answered yes, then the Job Skills Class can help.  The students in the Job Skills class have created a variety of Christmas cards that you can purchase during school hours in Room 141.  Cards are sold for $2.00 a piece or 3 for $5.00.  Let us help with your holiday season shopping.

 

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

If you are the recipient of an academic award but were unable to attend the ceremony, please come to the Principals Office today to pick up your award.

Attention all students traveling to France & Italy over the March break with the Modern Languages Department.  Please see Madame today for information regarding your next payment which is due by November 29th and for information regarding the date of the mandatory parent/guardian meeting which will take place soon.  Please see Madame in Room 210 today.

 Attention potential grad, the deadline to pay your grad fee of $80.00 is fast approaching.  The grad fee must be paid before December 6th, 2019.  Payment is made through School Cash Online.  If you have any questions or concerns, please see Mrs. Ronson in Student Services before December 6th.  Remember, you will not get a grad photo date and time until this fee is paid.

Attention potential grads, if you are interested in putting your name forth to be considered for Valedictorian at this year’s graduation ceremony in June 2020, then please complete the Valedictorian Application form and submit it to Mrs. Ronson in Student Services by 3pm on Monday, December 2nd.  Valedictorian application forms can be found in the package you received at the Leaving the Nest assembly or online at sjconline.ca under Student Services and then 2020 Graduation Application Package.  All applications are due by 3:00 pm on Monday, December 2nd.

Attention all of you who went to Semi.  Your photos look awesome.  They will be available for viewing and sale outside the Caf on Friday at both lunches.  You can find your number of photo today on the wall outside the Caf.  We can show them to you on a laptop on Friday.  Prices are listed on the wall beside the photos.

 

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

If you are the recipient of an academic award but were unable to attend the ceremony, please come to the Principals Office today to pick up your award.

Attention all students traveling to France & Italy over the March break with the Modern Languages Department.  Please see Madame today for information regarding your next payment which is due by November 29th and for information regarding the date of the mandatory parent/guardian meeting which will take place soon.  Please see Madame in Room 210 today.

What do all these things have income, Time Square, 9/11 Memorial Site, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park?  If you guessed that these are landmarks of New York City, that you are right.  Are you interested in sights, music, art, and the cultural life of New York City, then listen up?  Art and Music Department is planning a trip to New York City in May 2020.  If you want to know more about the New York City trip, than join us for an information meeting.  The meeting will be held today-Tuesday, November 26, in the evening at 6:30 p.m. in the upper staffroom.  At the meeting we will share with you the itinerary, cost of the trip and other details.  See you there.

Book club is today during lunch.

Mental health group meeting is cancelled this Thursday.

All boys that were on the junior boys’ volleyball team, please see Miss McIntosh in room 172 at lunch today.

Attention potential grad, the deadline to pay your grad fee of $80.00 is fast approaching.  The grad fee must be paid before December 6th, 2019.  Payment is made through School Cash Online.  If you have any questions or concerns, please see Mrs. Ronson in Student Services before December 6th.  Remember, you will not get a grad photo date and time until this fee is paid.

Attention potential grads, if you are interested in putting your name forth to be considered for Valedictorian at this year’s graduation ceremony in June 2020, then please complete the Valedictorian Application form and submit it to Mrs. Ronson in Student Services by 3pm on Monday, December 2nd.  Valedictorian application forms can be found in the package you received at the Leaving the Nest assembly or online at sjconline.ca under Student Services and then 2020 Graduation Application Package.  All applications are due by 3:00 pm on Monday, December 2nd.

 

Monday, November 25, 2019

Senior students are reminded that Full Disclosure is tomorrow-Tuesday, November 26th.  Any course that a senior student does not want to be on their transcript needs to be dropped by Tuesday, November 26th.  See the guidance department if you have any questions.

If you are the recipient of an academic award but were unable to attend the ceremony, please come to the Principals Office today to pick up your award.

Attention all students traveling to France & Italy over the March break with the Modern Languages Department.  Please see Madame today for information regarding your next payment which is due by November 29th and for information regarding the date of the mandatory parent/guardian meeting which will take place soon.  Please see Madame in Room 210 today.

What do all these things have income, Time Square, 9/11 Memorial Site, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park?  If you guessed that these are landmarks of New York City, that you are right.  Are you interested in sights, music, art, and the cultural life of New York City, then listen up?  Art and Music Department is planning a trip to New York City in May 2020.  If you want to know more about the New York City trip, than join us for an information meeting.  The meeting will be held tomorrow-Tuesday, November 26, in the evening at 6:30 p.m. in the upper staffroom.  At the meeting we will share with you the itinerary, cost of the trip and other details.  See you there.

Attention grade 12 students who signed up for the University of Ottawa liaison visit.  The visit has been rescheduled for Friday, November 29th at 1:00 p.m.  Please mark this change in your calendar.

 

Friday, November 22, 2019

Senior students are reminded that Full Disclosure is Tuesday, November 26th.  Any course that a senior student does not want to be on their transcript needs to be dropped by Tuesday, November 26th.  See the guidance department if you have any questions.

If you are the recipient of an academic award but were unable to attend the ceremony, please come to the Principals Office today to pick up your award.

A reminder that the Club Francais will be meeting in room 210 during both lunches today.

Attention all students traveling to France & Italy over the March break with the Modern Languages Department.  Please see Madame today for information regarding your next payment which is due by November 29th and for information regarding the date of the mandatory parent/guardian meeting which will take place soon.  Please see Madame in Room 210 today.

Attention Grade 12 students applying to attend Niagara College.  Niagara College has up to 12 bursary awards of $2,500.00 for students in financial need.  They are looking for technology focused superstars.  Interested students may be those looking at a future in carpentry, computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, welding etc.  Information about Niagara College’s Paul and Gerri Charette Endowed Bursary are available at niagaracollege.ca/technologyaward as well as on the bulleting board outside of Student Services.

A reminder to all writers submitting their short stories to the Laurier Stedman writing contest that your submissions are due not later than today.  Handouts with instructions for your submissions are available in the Library.  Please be sure to get these instructions and follow them accordingly.  If you have any questions, speak with Mr. Heida.  Good luck.

What do all these things have income, Time Square, 9/11 Memorial Site, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park?  If you guessed that these are landmarks of New York City, that you are right.  Are you interested in sights, music, art, and the cultural life of New York City, then listen up?  Art and Music Department is planning a trip to New York City in May 2020.  If you want to know more about the New York City trip, than join us for an information meeting.  The meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 26, in the evening at 6:30 p.m. in the upper staffroom.  At the meeting we will share with you the itinerary, cost of the trip and other details.  See you there.

 

Friday, November 22, 2019

Senior students are reminded that Full Disclosure is Tuesday, November 26th.  Any course that a senior student does not want to be on their transcript needs to be dropped by Tuesday, November 26th.  See the guidance department if you have any questions.

If you are the recipient of an academic award but were unable to attend the ceremony, please come to the Principals Office today to pick up your award.

A reminder that the Club Francais will be meeting in room 210 during both lunches today.

Attention all students traveling to France & Italy over the March break with the Modern Languages Department.  Please see Madame today for information regarding your next payment which is due by November 29th and for information regarding the date of the mandatory parent/guardian meeting which will take place soon.  Please see Madame in Room 210 today.

Attention Grade 12 students applying to attend Niagara College.  Niagara College has up to 12 bursary awards of $2,500.00 for students in financial need.  They are looking for technology focused superstars.  Interested students may be those looking at a future in carpentry, computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, welding etc.  Information about Niagara College’s Paul and Gerri Charette Endowed Bursary are available at niagaracollege.ca/technologyaward as well as on the bulleting board outside of Student Services.

A reminder to all writers submitting their short stories to the Laurier Stedman writing contest that your submissions are due not later than today.  Handouts with instructions for your submissions are available in the Library.  Please be sure to get these instructions and follow them accordingly.  If you have any questions, speak with Mr. Heida.  Good luck.

What do all these things have income, Time Square, 9/11 Memorial Site, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park?  If you guessed that these are landmarks of New York City, that you are right.  Are you interested in sights, music, art, and the cultural life of New York City, then listen up?  Art and Music Department is planning a trip to New York City in May 2020.  If you want to know more about the New York City trip, than join us for an information meeting.  The meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 26, in the evening at 6:30 p.m. in the upper staffroom.  At the meeting we will share with you the itinerary, cost of the trip and other details.  See you there.

 

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Bonjour.  Le Club Francais will be meeting in room 210 tomorrow-Friday, November 22nd.  Students studying French both this semester and next semester are invited and encouraged to attend.  The meetings will take place during both lunches in room 210.  Please sign up on the door of room 210.  It is important to sign up so that arrangements can be made based on the number of people attending.  The guest speaker is our very own Rise student Jennifer Damoah who was born in Montreal.  Come and eat our lunch in room 210 tomorrow.  You may speak to any of the French teachers if you require more information.

If you are the recipient of an academic award but were unable to attend the ceremony, please come to the Principals Office today to pick up your award.

Attention grade 12 students, The Kinsmen Club of Brantford provides $1,000.00 bursaries to qualified students.  Bursary applications are available in Student Services and are due by mail directly to The Kinsmen Club of Brantford no later than February 1st, 2020.

Attention all students traveling to France & Italy over the March break with the Modern Languages Department.  Please see Madame today for information regarding your next payment which is due by November 29th and for information regarding the date of the mandatory parent/guardian meeting which will take place soon.  Please see Madame in Room 210 today.

Senior students are reminded that Full Disclosure is Tuesday, November 26th.  Any course that a senior student does not want to be on their transcript needs to be dropped by Tuesday, November 26th.  See the guidance department if you have any questions.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

If you are the recipient of an academic award but were unable to attend the ceremony, please come to the Principals Office today to pick up your award.

Bonjour.  Le Club Francais will be meeting in room 210 on Friday, November 22nd.  Students studying French both this semester and next semester are invited and encouraged to attend.  The meetings will take place during both lunches in room 210.  Please sign up on the door of room 210.  It is important to sign up so that arrangements can be made based on the number of people attending.  The guest speaker is our very own Rise student Jennifer Damoah who was born in Montreal.  Come and eat our lunch in room 210 next Friday.  You may speak to any of the French teachers if you require more information.

Attention grade 12 students looking to take a year off before attending post-secondary school.  Mobilize Jobs has a $1,000.00 Gap Year Scholarship.  Applications are due May 31, 2020.  Students must show proof of post-secondary school Deferred Admission status into a program for the next school year.  More information about this scholarship is available on Scholartree.ca.

There will be one final try out for the girl’s hockey team tomorrow-Thursday from 3 to 4 at the Gretzky rink.

 

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