This week we are hearing about the Catholic Social Teachings. Today, we will look at the Catholic Social teaching of rights and responsibilities. This teaching reminds us that a healthy community can be achieved only if human rights are protected and responsibilities are met. Therefore, every person has a fundamental right to life and a right to those things required for human decency. Corresponding to these rights are duties and responsibilities - to one another, to our families, and to the larger society.
You call us to look beyond our own interests
to what is good for all people.
May we work towards a world
where everyone has their fair share
in order to live life to the full.
Help us to value the rights of all people
and embrace the responsibility
to make this world a better place for others.
Through Christ our Lord.
South Entrance - Mrs. Nelson
Actors on stage will not be wearing masks during performances. Based on consultation with the local Chief Medical Officer and Public Health, the following measures will be implemented:
U of A GETAWAY
The University of Regina’s High School Accelerated (HSXL) program allows grade 11 & 12 students to take U of R courses while still in high school. The U of R Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) is hosting an information night about HSXL on Wednesday, November 17th from 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Benefits, deadlines, course offerings, requirements, dual credit, and more will be discussed. To register for the information night and to access more information, please go to https://www.uregina.ca/cce/flexible-learning/hsxl/index.html or contact CCE Student Services at or
SPORTS SIGN UP: Basketball, Wrestling, Curling
CUELENAERE LIBRARY PAGE JOB
U of T VIRTUAL PRESENTATION FOR SK STUDENTS
SCHULICH LEADER SCHOLARSHIP
The Terry Fox Humanitarian Award ($28,000 dispersed over four years) is open to students of all abilities who are pursuing a degree or diploma at a Canadian post-secondary institution. Recipients are selected for their dedication to the humanitarian ideals of Terry Fox to improve human welfare, make a difference, and have a positive impact on community and others, their courage in overcoming obstacles (physical, financial, etc.), and definite marks of distinction and persistence in the pursuit of excellence in academic, athletic, and civic life. The application deadline is December 1st, 2021. Additional information and application forms are available at www.terryfoxawards.ca
POLAR EXPRESSIONS STUDENT CONTESTS
Students in Grade 5- Grade 12 may enter the contest by writing an essay (300 words or less) based on someone they think made the biggest impact (positive or negative) on Canadian society in 2021. Prizes are awarded in two grade levels: Grade 5-8 and Grade 9-12. Two winners will be selected in each level: Grand Prize is $3,000 for the student and $1000 for the Department/Classroom of the teacher. First Prize is $2,000 for the student and $1000 for the Department/Classroom of the teacher. The deadline to enter is December 31st, 2021. For more information, as well as rules and teacher resources, please visit http://www.livesthatmakeadifference.com/
PADDY O’ROURKE POETRY SCHOLARSHIP ($1000)
September 7 - 28 (after school); October 4 - 26 (after school); October 25 - December 8 (lunch hour); November 16 - December 6 (after school); January 6 - January 26 (after school); January 28 - February 18 (after school); March 1 - March 23 (after school); March 28 - April 25 (after school); May 2 - May 24 (after school); July 4 - July 12 (9:00 am - 1:00 pm).
Wednesday - Pork Bites & Macaroni Salad $3.00