April 26, 2017


“I will utter hidden things,
things from of old -
things we have heard and known,
things our ancestors have told us.
We will not hide them
from their descendants;
we will tell the next generation
the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord,
his power, and the wonders
he has done.”
Psalm 78:2-4


STUDENT SERVICES


ATTENTION ALL OUAC APPLICANTS: This is the last call for checking your grades online. I have corrected the PLF4M problem. Please check your academic data to ensure:
• *All courses listed are courses you are/have taking/taken
• *You have at least six “4U” courses
• * all final grades for semester 1 courses are listed and all midterm grades for semester 2 are listed correctly Attention Grade 12 Students:
• Please complete the online Exit Survey in MyBlueprint by May 5th to be considered for graduation awards and scholarships.

• Please sign up in the guidance office for your portfolio interview starting next week!
The Niagara Community Foundation is administering the Meridian’s commitment to Communities Sean Jackson Scholarship. It is a $10,000 scholarship available to an Ontario Resident entering a post-secondary institution. The deadline for the application is May 15, 2017. Full details and application are available at http://www.meridiancu.ca/scholarship
Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship Program celebrates the tie between agriculture and food by offering students entering both agriculture and food related studies to apply for a scholarship valued at $1500. For more information go to http://www.monsanto.ca
Ivy Global holds free monthly seminars on admission, athletic recruiting, and leadership development and ACT & SAT preparation with experts in helping students navigate the process to US Colleges. For more information go to: http://www.prep.ivyglobal.com
International Students looking for a way to achieve their language requirement for university entrance may want to apply to Culture Works – for more information go to http://cultureworkstheschool.com
Encounter with Canada is engaging youth with Canada’s Future in so many various areas including: Arts & Culture, History, Civic Engagement, Communications and Social Media, Medicine & Health, Science & Ecology and Sports & Fitness. For more information come see Ms. L. Booy-Korvemaker.
Circle Square Ranch is looking for awesome volunteers: check it out at http://www.csranch.ca
There are three job opportunities for a student after graduation or an adult in our community looking for work:
1. Accounts Receivable at Rosa Flora - entry level position contact information available in the guidance office.
2. Brick Laying Tradesperson - entry level position – contact Terry Bezuyen at
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3. Bert Vis Flooring - Contact Wolter Vis @ 905.957.7779

US College EXPO in Toronto May 7 from 1-5 pm free admission. Meet college representatives, explore US options and understand all the aspects of the US admission process from applying to athlete considerations.  Register online at http://www.uscollegeexpo.com
Scientifically Yours at Brock University: May 11-12 a two day science experience for all students in grades 10-11. Register online at “ http://www.brocku.ca/mathematics-science/scientificallyyours/registration
The Enriched Support Program (ESP) at Carleton University was created for promising individuals who may not meet traditional entrance requirements. For more information check it out at http://www.carleton.ca/esp  Queens’ University Bachelor of Health Sciences is a fully online degree. For more information check it out at http://www.bhsc.queensu.ca/admissions
Dunnville’s own Tiny Stitchers DOTS is offering a $500 bursary for a student graduating this year and enrolled in a post-secondary course of study leading to a career in a textile industry. If that is you please see Ms. Booy-Korvemaker for application information.

STUDENTS COUNCIL


Next Year’s Student Council - If you are interested in getting more involved in our school or expanding your leadership abilities, Student’s Council is the place for you! Nominations and elections for next year’s Student Council will begin next week Tuesday after our meeting at lunch and an application will be available so that it allows all students who wish to be on student council to run for office.
Thirty Hour Famine: will be starting on April 27th after school and continues on Friday - 28th.
Cash for Change Day on Friday!
PLAY TICKETS!
The play cast for Don’t Drink the Water is doing their full-length rehearsals as they prepare to share this fun-filled drama with audiences on May 5, 6, 11, 12 and 13. I hope you are all a part of one of those audiences. Don’t forget to get your tickets for you and your family and friends!

STORM ATHLETICS


BADMINTON
Badminton Senior SOSSA in our gym Today!!
OCSSAA Badminton at Brock on Friday and Saturday!
SOCCER
Confirm your rides with Mr. A.  Boys are dismissed from class at 2:25 on Thursday for a game against Great Lakes. 

TRACK AND FIELD
Track and Field Team practice on Thursday after school from 3:30-4:45 pm, please all meet at the Leisure Plex. Walk or run on the side of the road safely please.

MISCELLANEOUS


GRANDPARENTS AND FRIENDS DAY, APRIL 27 Students, you can invite anyone you consider to be a special friend for that day; we see lots of grandparents, but we also see many other guests that day. Parents, we would appreciate your help in getting this onto the calendars of those you might be inviting.
FOOD DONATIONS!
We are halfway there!!  Please help with food donations!
We need food donations for Grandparents Day on Thursday!  If you have baked goods,(remember they are to be nut free!)  please bring them to school on Wednesday and your sandwiches, buns or wraps on Thursday!
KIDS CARE FOOD DRIVE!
This was an initiative started by Micaela Felvus 8 years ago. We are looking for volunteers to help us collect food in the Smithville neighbourhoods on the morning of Saturday May 6th. This year we are very low on volunteers and will not be able to cover much ground without more volunteers. Can we count on you to help? Please talk to Mrs. Vanderheide in the office to sign up and to get more information. This can be used for your volunteer hours.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Dunnville Christian School is looking for 4 – 6 volunteers to help out with their Field Day on Friday, May 19.  If you are interested, please talk to Mr. Breukelman or Mrs. Vander Heide.
GRAD QUOTES
Please hand your grad quotes ASAP!! Put them into the quote box in the office or Edsby Mikayla Veldman or Mrs. Slump-Houwer Thanks!!
COFFEE HOUSE
The next Coffee House will hopefully be on May 10. Are you ready to make your public debut? We have yet to have poetry readers, magic acts, or chain saw juggling, so if you have all or one of these skills, please talk to or message Mr. Fluit. Of course, we are always looking for your music skills!
JOB POSTINGS
Mountainview Church’s Kids@Mountainview Summer Camp is currently seeking applicants to fill the following positions…
Camp Counsellors (A detailed Job Summary may be found at http://www.mountainviewcrc.org/CampCounsellor.
Application Deadline: April 30th, 2017
Leaders in Training (10-12 openings)  A detailed Job Summary may be found at http://www.mountainviewcrc.org/LIT. Application Deadline: May 15th, 2017
Applications for the position are to include a letter of interest and résumé. Kindly direct applications in confidence to: CAMP DIRECTOR, 290 Main Street East, Grimsby, ON, L3M 1P8 or email:cwinter@mountainviewcrc.org
FOUR DAY EVENING WALK
Please join us for the 27th Annual 4-Day Evening Walk, in the beautiful Dundas Valley on June 12, 13, 14, & 15, 2017. Register now. Join us in the early bird special which ends May 15th.  Register or get more information at http://www.4dew.com.

Wednesday
#916
Warning Bell 8:55

Chapel ..................... 9:00

Period 1 9:54 - 10:55

Period 2 11:03 - 12:04

Lunch 12:04 - 12:47

Period 3 12:52 - 1:53

Period 4….......2:01 - 3:02

 

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