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 #6, June 2
June 12 – Senior Awards
June 12 – Athletic Awards
June 19 – Junior Awards
June 26 – Last day of classes. Report Cards: Gr 7-9
June 27 – Grad
June 28 – Pick up report cards: Gr 10-12
Sept 3 – First day back to school
Sept 6 – Picture Day
The following is a link to the 2018/19 Calendar 2018/19 School Calendar
The following is a link to the 2019/20 Calendar2019/20 School Calendar
Dates and times for the ceremonies:
- Athletic Gala – June 12 @ 5:30pm with program at 6:00pm. We will be recognizing the sports of basketball, badminton and track. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Supper $6.00 – Must pre-order by calling 306-254-2036 (lasagna, caesar salad, garlic toast, dessert). Please call by Monday – June 10 to book your supper.
- Sr Academic – June 12 @ 2:00 in the theatre. Guests are welcome. Parents of award recipients will receive an individual email prior to the event.
- Jr Academic – June 19 @ 1:30 in the theatre. Guests are welcome. Parents of award recipients will receive an individual email prior to the event.
June 2019 Final Exam Schedule
|Friday, June 21||Monday, June 24||Tuesday, June 25||Wednesday, June 26|
|9:00||Gr. 10 ELA B10 Gr. 11 ELA 20 Gr. 12 ELA B30||Gr. 10 Science 10 Gr. 12 Foundations 30||Gr. 10 Math 10 Gr. 12 Bio 30*||Gr. 11 Physical Science 20 Gr 12 History 30|
|1:00||Gr. 11 Psychology 20||Gr. 12 Calculus 30||Gr. 11 Pre Cal 20|
* Departmental Examination
If you have a conflict please see Mr. Merryweather
Track and Field
What another amazing year with an amazing group of very dedicated and talented athletes. The track season started out with much optimism and motivation to achieve our very best and that we did.
Highlights: Dalmeny had the pleasure of hosting Conference A in our backyard and home field advantage seemed to play a role in an outstanding team performance. With pride Dalmeny High (and awesome PV athletes) became an enormous team consisting of 92 athletes, defeating our nearest rival Langham by over 2000 points.
75 Athletes competed at Districts at the new Gordie Howe Park. Again our athletes did not disappoint, winning the meet and sending a record 22 athletes to Provincials in Moose Jaw. Dalmeny High won the Junior and Senior Aggregate and are the 2019 District Champions for the 4th year in a row.
A special thanks to all our coaches and volunteers for the behind the scenes organizing so our athletes can do their ultimate best.
Careers and Opportunities
1) When it comes time to apply for scholarships one of the most critical sections is the answer to “What do you do for volunteer work?” The U of S is looking for interested high school students to volunteer to work for a camp named PAAL (Physical Activity for Active Living). You would work one on one with participants with visual and/or hearing impairments, as well as cognitive and/or developmental challenges. It takes place on the U of S campus during the week of August 19-23rd with orientation on Sun Aug 18th. Contact Kim @306-966-1003 or Jodi @ 306-966-1011. The form is at the bottom of this section.
2) Great Plains College Grade 11 Early Entrance Awards. If you are in grade 11, have at least a 70 per cent grade average (based on marks from 20-level Canadian Studies, English, Math and Science classes) and apply to any full-time student loan-eligible program before June 30, you are eligible for an additional Early Entrance Award of $1,000. Some exceptions may apply.
The fine print for Grade 11 Early Entrance Awards: In order to be eligible for the Grade 11 Early Entrance Award your application must be received by June 30, 2019. This includes your Great Plains College certificate & diploma programs application or Great Plains College university registration form and your application fee. A copy of your grade 11 transcript is due by September 15, 2019. You will be considered if you have an academic average of 70 per cent or higher. And yes, you are eligible for additional scholarship funds when you complete your Grade 12 and begin your studies at Great Plains College.
3) Encounters With Canada is a unique opportunity for Canadian teens to meet other young people from across the country. Spend an adventure-filled week in your nation’s capital! Check out future career options, discover your country, and share your hopes and dreams. $750 covers accommodation, meals and all program costs – supplies, activities, visits and tours, and travel within Ottawa. For more information check out the website for dates and sessions https://www.ewc-rdc.ca/pub/en
website is a great resource for students seeking summer employment. It lists
new jobs on a daily basis and provides information on building resumes and
preparing for interviews.
Another site is Indeed Saskatoon https://ca.indeed.com/jobs-in-Saskatoon,-SK
5)The Summer School Programs. Saskatoon Public offers a range of high school credit classes from July 2nd to July 29th , 2019 at Marion M. Graham Collegiate in Saskatoon. These classes provide high school students and adults with an opportunity to upgrade their academic standing to meet high school graduation and entrance requirements to post-secondary institutions. Saskatoon Public Schools will also be offering select Summer School classes on-line. The deadline to apply for all Summer School classes is June 28th, 2019. Classes are $400.
6)The Saskatoon Greater Catholic Schools has a Virtual Summer School program and will offer courses in July and August 2019. To find out more about this opportunity contact the office at 306-659-7700. Classes are $400.
7)Career Safety Education Free for ages 14-21 www.sasksafety.org/training /youth/career-safety-education. Safety Training looks excellent on a resume
Sr. Math Teacher, Career Counsellor