In the Gospels, Jesus tells us a parable of the talents which asks us to use the natural talents that God has given each of us. We may not be able to do grand things, but we can each do little things to make this world a better place. Think about the things you are good at, and challenge yourself to use your talents to make the world better.
Thank you for the talents you have given
May we be inspired to use our talents
Teach us to learn to appreciate the talents you have given us
and celebrate the talents of those around us.
South Entrance - Mrs. Longjohn-Constant
UPSTAGE PRODUCTIONS: The Play That Goes Wrong
GRADE 10-12 DRAMA TICKETS
Beginning Monday, November 21st, Grade 10 – 12 students who are interested in attending an evening performance of The Play That Goes Wrong are invited to request a FREE student ticket from their ELA/Francais Immersion teacher. Grade 10 – 12 students who are not enrolled in ELA/Francais Immersion this semester may request a ticket from the main office.
Grade 9 & 10 Boys Basketball Tryouts
Tryout #2 – Tuesday, November 22nd from 5:45 pm – 7:30 pmTryout #1 – Monday, November 21st from 3:30 pm – 5:30 pmAll boys in grades 9 & 10 who want to play this season must attend these tryouts!
Grade 11 & 12 Boys Basketball Tryouts (Shortlisted Grade 10s)
Tryout #1 – Wednesday, November 23rd from 3:30 pm – 5:30 pmTryout #2 – Thursday, November 24th from 5:45 pm – 7:30 pm
Intersquad Game - Only 20 invited Players
Tryout #3 – Friday, November 25th from 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
** To Sign Up, go to Edsby or use the QR code below and posted by the gym.
Tuesday, November 22ndGrade 9/10 Girls: 3:30-4:45 pmGrade 11/12 Girls: 4:45-5:45 pmWednesday, November 23rdGrade 9/10 Girls: 5:45-6:45 pmGrade 11/12 Girls: 6:45-7:45 pmThursday, November 23rdGrade 9/10 Girls: 3:30-4:45 pmGrade 11/12 Girls: 4:45-5:45 pm
BASKETBALL REFEREE CLINICS
SENIORS CHRISTMAS BANQUET: A Night with Gen Z (Age 15-25)
WINDSCRIPT MAGAZINE: High School Writing
Attention grade 12 students! Applications are now open for admissions to the University of Saskatchewan. Apply early to take advantage of benefits like early admission and access to scholarships. (Some scholarship applications are due before the application deadline.) To find information about how to apply, programs and deadlines, scholarship applications, and how to submit your documents, please go to https://admissions.usask.ca/requirements/apply.php#1Findaprogram If you have any questions, or want assistance, please see Mrs. Rapin in Student Services (office 116).
VERNA J. KIRKNESS SCHOLARSHIPS: Indigenous Grade 11 & 12
The one-week, in-person Verna J. Kirkness Education Foundation (VJKF) Program for Indigenous (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit) Grade 11 and 12 students will be taking place on campus at universities this May! Successful applicants will receive full VJKF Program Scholarships to participate in the VJKF Program to learn about science, engineering, technology and math. This year’s program is offered in partnership with six universities from across Canada, offering Indigenous high-school students an opportunity to learn directly from professors and their teams about the exciting research (science, engineering, technology and math) happening on campuses across Canada. Students accepted to the VJKF Program can choose which research area they want to learn more about. To apply online go to https://www.vernajkirkness.org/ The website will be updated as professors confirm this year’s topics.
U of S RESIDENCE APPLICATIONS
Residence applications for the University of Saskatchewan Fall 2023/2024 are scheduled to open in November! In an effort to assist new applicants, first year applicants are guaranteed a spot in Voyageur Place Residence when they apply prior to the deadline of January 31, 2023. Visit https://livewithus.usask.ca/ or see Mrs. Rapin in Student Services for more information.
Schulich Leader Scholarships are the largest and most prestigious undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) scholarships in Canada. This scholarship was established to encourage the best and brightest students to be the next generation of entrepreneurial-minded, technology innovators. Schulich Leader Scholarships are open to all Canadian high schools with graduating students planning to pursue an undergraduate degree in an eligible STEM program at one of our 20 partner universities. This year the foundation is awarding 50 engineering scholarships valued at $120,000 each and 50 science, technology or math scholarships valued at $100,000 each. It is important to note that students who are planning for a career as a medical practitioner/researcher (doctor, dentist, nurse, psychologist, pharmacist, optometrist, etc.) are NOT eligible to apply. École St. Mary High School can only nominate ONE candidate and nomination is competitive. If you are interested in being considered for nomination, please email a list of school/community involvement, leadership activities, and a statement about financial need to Mrs. Rapin (email@example.com) in Student Services by Friday, December 16, 2022, before 12:00pm to be considered for nomination. To find out more about the Schulich Leader Scholarship visit http://www.schulichleaders.com or firstname.lastname@example.org .
T1D YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP
1. you reside in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba;
2. you are a Type 1 Diabetic;
3. you are in your High School Graduating Year and have been accepted to Post Secondary Institution or are currently enrolled in a Post-Secondary Institution returning for another year of study;
4. you have been an active volunteer in the Diabetic Community;
5. a Volunteer Coordinator (or similar) from a related organization supports your scholarship application; and
** If you are eligible see Mrs. Rapin in Student Services for an application.
HOUSE OF COMMONS PAGE PROGRAM
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!
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
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