June 19, 2017

Announcements                           June 19, 2017


OSAP applications are ready and applying is the only way to access this money. For more details go to: https://www.ontario.ca/page/how-apply-osap.
Admission Information Service is a service that allows applicants to determine which universities may have places remaining in specific programs. Who is this for? Ontario high school students applying to an Ontario university who have not received an offer of admission. When is it available? June 7 - August 25, 2017.  Info here: https://www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-101/ais/.
Full time or part time work opportunities:
Niagara pallet, contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).
Scholarship information:
Short Hills Volunteer Fire and Rescue Scholarship is $500 – applications available in Student Services. This scholarship is for students applying to Fire & Rescue Training, Emergency Medical Services, Police Service Training, Medical doctor or nursing and other medical or paramedical training and a resident of the Town of Pelham.
DOTS is a Quilt Guild based in Dunnville; Application eligibility is for students graduating this year and enrolled in a post-secondary course of studies leading to a career in a textile industry. For more information come to Student Services.
Volunteering Opportunities:
The Mission Thrift Store in Beamsville are in need of student volunteers to help with organizing, pricing, lifting and moving. Interested? Contact Cathy Harinck at 905.563.6905 or mailto:beamsville@missionthriftstore.com .
The Hub is looking for volunteers to help with the running of their Summer Arts Camp! Interested? Connect Chris Hamming at 289-439-4456 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


The Hub is looking for Volunteers to help with the running of their Summer Arts Camp! Interested? Connect with Chris Hamming at 2894394456 or mailto:chamming24@hotmail.com
If you would like more information before you connect with Chris, There are brochures available in Student Services.
Are you looking for Summer Employment? Stop by your local Employment Help Centre (249 St. Catharines Street, Units 10-13, Smithville) and ask about the Youth Job Link program. They can help you find a summer job and even assist with some of the expenses of starting a new business.
Are you free the week of July 21- 27 and searching for a new experience to be part of this summer?
Looking to learn more about the Authentic Community in which you were created to be a part of?
We are looking for some youth/young adults (must be done grade 10/16+) to join us for a week of SN SERVE at Fruitland CRC. As a mentor, you will be paired up with a youth/young adult that that has a physical or intellectual disability. Throughout the course of the week, you will SERVE as their friend, their encourager, and as a helping hand as needed to them.
Questions, comments or concerns? Please feel free to contact one of the coordinators – Amber Vanderhout mailto:amvanderhout@hotmail.com 905-906-3045 OR Erica Howard mailto:ehoward1009@gmail.com 647-897-7992.
Just a few gentle reminders:
1. All exams this week will start at 9:15 a.m., with time prior for you to hand in textbooks. If you do not bring your text to school on the day you write, you should have cash or cheque made out to Smithville Christian in the amount you owe for missing or lost textbooks. Your due diligence on this matter is expected.
2. School uniform dress code is in effect for the entire week of exams.
3. School should be considered a quiet study zone during exam week, so your respect for those who are studying for or writing exams should be evident in prompt departure from school, or in quiet time of study.
May you know God’s blessing and guidance as you prepare well for exams.
Please turn your lock in to the office before you are done, so that we can refund your $10.00 deposit (which you can give to your Mom).
GRADE 9 – 11
Please put your lock in the appropriate box on the office counter once you are done with it for the year.  Make sure you put your name on it.  It will be waiting for you on your new locker in September.
Monday, June 19-no school for DCS:
There are no classes on Monday, so no transportation.
Tuesday, June 20-Friday, June 23-no school for DCS:
There is NO school for DCS these days, there will be transportation for high school students from DCS at 8:20 a.m. to Smithville Christian. The bus driver will wait at Smithville Christian and transport students BACK from Smithville Christian to DCS at approximately11:45 a.m. Make sure your parents pick you up from DCS at that time.
Grimsby bus this week:
The Grimsby bus will operate as follows: (please let Mr. Jose know which days you have exams
Tuesday to Friday – bus leaves at 12:00 noon
All other NACE busses will operate their regular times with the exception of Friday. ALL busses leave at noon on Friday, June 23.

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