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November 2017

DALMENY HIGH SCHOOL

P.O. Box 430, Dalmeny, Sask.  SOK 1EO

Phone: (306) 254-2036    Fax: (306) 254-2759

 

Principal:  Andrew Merryweather      Vice Principal:  Josh Janzen    Secretary:  Karen Pauls

Newsletter #8, November, 2017

 

Looking Ahead:

Nov 3 – Report cards Gr 10-12

Nov 8 – Remembrance Day Ceremony

Nov 9 – No Classes

Nov 10 – No Classes

Nov 13 – No Classes

Nov 17 – Report cards Gr 7-9

Dec 22 – Last day/Christmas banquet/dance

2018

Jan 8 – Classes resume – Day D

Jan 9 – Grad photos

Jan 31 – No Classes

Feb 9 – Report card – Gr 10-12

Feb 19-23 – Winter break

Feb 26 – Classes resume – Day C

March 9 – Science Fair – Gr 8-9

March 12 – No Classes

March 16 – Report Card – Gr 7-9

March 21 – Parent/Teach interviews

March 23 – Heritage Fair – Gr 7

March 30 – Good Friday

April 2 – 6 – Easter Break

April 9 – Classes resume – Day B

April 13 – In Motion Day

April 20 – Report Cards – Gr 10-12

April 27 – No Classes

May 3 – Local Track Meet

May 18 – No Classes

May 21 – Victoria Day

June 13 – Senior Awards

June 14 – Athletic Awards

June 20 – Junior Awards

June 27 – Last day of classes/Report cards Gr 7-9

June 28 – Grad

June 29 – Pick up report cards – Gr 10-12

 

Senior Girls Soccer

 Congratulations to the Senior Girls team who had a very successful first season in 7 v 7 Soccer.  The girls went 3-2 in regular season play and entered Regional play in Swift Current on October 21st.  Probably the highlight of the season was defeating a higher seeded Herbert 1-0 to advance on to Provincials the following weekend. Over the past month and half, the team has improved and learned steadily. A huge shout out to coaches Paul Johnson and Steven Robinson.  Best of luck to captain Kadie Galambos as this is her last year with the team.

 

Remembrance Day Ceremony

 The students of History 20 would like to welcome you to Sarajevo 1992.  They have been working very hard to recreate Canada’s mission as Peace Keepers in the very hostile environment of the Balkans.  A time little known to many Canadians, but the lasting memory of ethnic cleansing, war torn environments and constant shelling have left permanent scars in Canada’s thousands of military woman and men of that era.  We will be presenting the morning of Wednesday November 8th at the following times:  9:10, 10:00, 10:50 and 11:50 a.m.

 

 Silent Auction – Grad Fundraiser

The Grad class of 2018 is holding a silent auction this fall as a fundraiser for graduation. The items will be on display in the cabinets by the gym, and the bidding will start on November 27th.

The bidding will conclude on December 8th, and the items will be available for payment after school on that day.  Please pay for and pick up your item by Tuesday, December 12.  If you have won the bid, but your situation has changed and you cannot have it, please come to the office, so we can let the next person on the list know that they can have the item.  Thanks for your generosity to the grads.

 

Career Exploration Opportunities

Saskatoon Industry Education Council (SIEC) – Spotlight on Careers November 22 – 28, 2017 (Deadline for application: Wednesday, November 8, 2017)

Online Applicationhttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdtuWtl95bA7TJ5xiydC96hKSLzzVtFh-wI2uKjVz1bFZNx8Q/viewform

Wednesday, November 22 • Broadcasting, Media and Technology • Automotive Service, Agriculture Equipment and Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport Technician

Thursday, November 23 • Nursing/LPN and Related Careers • Firefighter and Paramedic

Friday, November 24 • Business and Entrepreneurship • Nursing • Automotive Technician

Tuesday, November 28 • Aviation, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer and Related Careers

Other opportunities:

  1. SHAD is a 4-week summer program designed to show you what you can achieve if you think big and pursue your own potential. SHAD participants have the chance to explore a university campus while they’re still in high school and experience a multi-disciplinary approach to learning. The program is open to students currently enrolled in Grade 10, 11 or 12 who have strong academic credentials and who are innovative (especially in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics). Generous bursaries and scholarships are available but you have to apply early! The online application can be found at ca/apply & the deadline to apply is November 20th, 2017.
  2. The Duke of Edinburgh Award Program is one of individual challenge to nurture inner pride and empower young leaders.  It offers young people a balanced, non-competitive program of extra-curricular activities that encourages personal discovery and growth, self-reliance, perseverance, responsibility to themselves and service to their community.  The Award also acts to provide high quality learning opportunities that guide young people to be motivated, learn how to communicate, become organized and become independent through a program of goal setting, confidence & responsibility.  It looks great on a resume or scholarship application and it is fun to do!  In addition, Grades 10, 11 or 12 students can receive a Special Project Credit for each of the 3 levels they complete of the Program if they would like – which would count towards the 24 high school credits they require to graduate (SPC 10 for Bronze, SPC 20 for Silver, and SPC 30 for Gold) doing it for credit is not required, if you wish to do it for credit please see Mrs. Dament.
  3. In recognition of young people who demonstrate outstanding service, positive contributions, notable deeds, bravery or leadership, the Vimy Foundation has created the Vimy Pilgrimage Award.  Exceptional Canadian youth who have served their peers, schools, communities, province or country are eligible.  The Award consists of a fully funded, week-long educational program in Europe to study Canada’s tremendous First World War effort.  Scheduled April 2 – 10 2018 during Vimy week, the program will include classroom education and daily field trips to significant WWI sites and memorials.  Applications must be submitted by November 12th, 2017.
  4. Work Safe Saskatchewan invites Grade 9-12 students to create a 2 minute video with the Work2Live message, “Focus on Safety!” First prize is $1000.  All entries must be received by March 29 2018.
  5. The RCMPis hosting a Career Presentation   RCMP Career Presentation Royal Canadian Mounted Police – Careers Tues November 17, 2017 at 6 p.m.  and Dec 9th at 9:00 am.  400 Brand Place, Saskatoon. Registration is required — to register, call 1-877-726-7472 or email FDIV-ProActive-Recruiting@rcmp-grc.gc.ca Be sure to include your name, address, phone numbers, email address, location of presentation (province and city), date and time of presentation.

Michelle Dament

Sr. Math Teacher, Career Counsellor

Dalmeny High

254-2036

michelle.dament@spiritsd.ca

 

Old Newspapers

The art program is in need of newspapers. If you have some that are going to be recycled, please send them, with your student to the office at any time during the day.  Thanks for your generosity.

Women in Technology Workshop: Mining Engineering Technology 

This hands-on 1-day workshop for women 15 years of age and up, is designed for students interested in exploring careers in Mining Engineering Technology. Mining engineering technologists work in hard and soft rock mining operations and career opportunities include surveying, ventilation, ground control, mine planning or supervision. In this workshop, students will learn about careers in mining, discover/identify common rocks and minerals, learn about core logging, and learn the basics of mine ventilation including a ventilation demo.

 

November 25, 2017 No cost
Time: 9am – 4pm
Registration Deadline: November 17, Register online

http://saskpolytech.ca/programs-and-courses/part-time-studies/course/women-in-technology-workshop-mining-engineering-technology/CE-5410/?utm_source=similar&utm_campaign=ce-related&utm_term=CE_BD-2008

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