Thursday, May 24, 2018
Grade 12 students are reminded to return any overdue textbooks/library books in order to be eligible to graduate. All students, grade 10-12 are encouraged to check their gnspes email for overdue reminder notices.
The College of Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine will be in room 108 at noon today to share program information with interested students.
There will be a bake sale at lunch today in support of our Dominican friends, Pasos de Esperanza.
The Food Drive in support of the Parker Street Food Bank continues until Friday!
The Youth for Change Council is a group devoted to Youth Empowerment in Nova Scotia. They want to work with high schools throughout Nova Scotia in order to find ways to keep the talent that exists in our high schools here in the province. They believe in a hands on approach to making this change happen. They want to meet with members from other high schools and also provide a service to the community. They believe that it is action that will give people the desire to see changes made in the community. Students are invited to a community clean up on Friday May 25 (5:00-7:00 p.m.) at Citadel Hill, Ahern Street entrance. Sign up early because there are only enough supplies for 30 people. Contact: email@example.com
Want to make the day of a resident of Ivany Place? Wednesday, May 30th CPA students will be putting on a variety show for the residents. Come to room 206 at lunch on Monday, May 28th to sign up!
Jack.org is the only national network of young leaders transforming the way we think about mental health. With initiatives and programs designed with the input of young people at every step, we will end stigma in our generation. At CPA, we have had a strong Jack.ca chapter for the past three years and are currently recruiting for new executive for the 2018-2019 school year. If interested fill out the application linked on the CPA website or available in the Youth Health Ctr. Applications are due on June 6th.
The Cantatrice Ensemble Girls’ Honour Choir, a program of the HRCE’s All-City Music Department, will be holding auditions for new members beginning at 7 p.m. on the following dates: Mon., June 4 at Tantallon Senior Elementary; Tues., June 12 at Georges P. Vanier School; Mon., June 18 at Cavalier Drive School. Please book an audition time by contacting the director, Karen Newhook-MacDonald, at KNewhook-MacDonald@hrsb.ca. The audition piece will be “O Canada”. Applicants must be in Grade 7-12 in September 2018. Please see the choir website https://cantatricens.weebly.com for further information.