This past Sunday was World Food day. It is a day where we are thankful for the food we have available to eat, but also think about good food and how it is distributed in our society and world. We are asked to be good stewards of the food we have available and to not waste it, as there are many who go without.
Thank you for the food you provide for us.
Help us to remember that we are all brothers and sisters
and it is our duty to share the resource of food with our world.
Help me not to waste,
and to work so that good food can be distributed
to the hungry in our community and around the world.
We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ.
South Entrance - Mrs. Rissling
Saskatchewan Library Week is October 16th – October 22nd. This year, the theme of the week is "Libraries Expand Horizons". To celebrate, students are to receive a bookmark (with a 4-digit number) from their Period 1 teacher on Monday, October 17th. Each day this week, a range of numbers will be announced. Based on their bookmark digits, students will be invited to come to the library to claim a treat. Any teachers, support staff or students who do not receive a bookmark may come to the library to get one.
HALLOWEEN SPIRIT WEEK: October 24th - October 31st
Tuesday, October 25th - Twin Day
Lifetouch will be at the school on Monday, October 24th, for students who want retakes or have yet to have their photo taken by Lifetouch. Starting at 9:00 am, students will be called down by grade. School photos are for identification purposes and for the yearbook. Every student will receive a free ID card.
HOUSE OF COMMONS PAGE PROGRAM
Canadian Parents for French - Prince Albert Chapter est toujours à la recherche de plusieurs bénévoles pour nous aider le samedi 29 octobre 2022 de 9 h à 3 h à l'école Holy Cross pour aider avec le Mini-Rendez-Vous (camp de jour). Cette occasion de bénévolat peut vous aider à obtenir des bourses! Nous acceptons les élèves de la 9e à la 12e année. Si ça vous intéresse ou si vous voulez en savoir plus, communiquez avec M. Joncas sur Edsby avant le 20 octobre.
2022 SEE YOUR FUTURE
TD SCHOLARSHIPS FOR COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP: $70,000
TD Scholarships are open to students across Canada who are in Grade 12 and have demonstrated outstanding community leadership. There are 20 scholarships valued at up to $70,000. You can apply at www.td.com/scholarship .The application deadline is Tuesday, November 15th, 2022.
WINDSCRIPT MAGAZINE: High School Writing
2023 GRADUATION STORE
USask will be offering a series of virtual events throughout the fall. These will be listed on the Event webpage. USask will also offer both in-person and virtual campus tours every week. Students can register at the Campus Tour webpage
Games Club is a fun drop-in activity available to all students every Tuesday & Thursday at lunch in the Lecture Theatre (B5). If you enjoy playing board games or want to test your skill on the Switch then come by. There is a large variety of board games, ranging from card games, games of chance to strategy games. There is also a Nintendo Switch available with Super Smash Bros, Mario Kart or Rocket League. Bring your lunch and play some games! Come with a friend or by yourself.
ABORIGINAL CRAFTS CLUB: Beading / Hand stitch
Students who are interested in participating in an Aboriginal Crafts Club are encouraged to join the Creativi-team. There are several sessions being offered. Students who are a part of the Bead Team can attend open times in room B26 before school, at lunch, and every Tuesday after school. All other students who are interested in participating can attend every Tuesday from 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. and the occasional Saturday from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 pm. For more information go to Aboriginal Crafts Club or talk to Mrs. Constant in room B26 or Ms. McLeod in room 206.
Art club is in the Art Room (B18/19) and will run every Monday after school from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm. Come out to make some great art! Drop-ins are welcome!
BOOK SPINE POETRY CONTEST
Book spine poetry is a free verse poem composed using the titles written on the spines of physical books, and then stacking the books on top of one another.
FREE MICROSOFT 365 FOR STUDENTS
Please note the following:
· Students must be 15 years old by the start of the session.
· Sessions will be in the Room 246.
· All sessions begin at 3:30pm and end at 5:30pm. (except for the summer/lunch sessions).
· During the driver education class, students will need:
· their birth certificate
· their hospitalization card
· their MYSGI account number. (needed on the first day of class)
o Students must go to SGI to get their MySGI customer number.
· a pencil/pen and notebook
Thursday - Pork BBQ Souvlaki & Caesar Salad $3.50
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