May 24, 2017

Announcements                           May 24, 2017
“God is able to accomplish, provide, help, save, keep, subdue… He is able to do what you can’t. He already has a plan. God’s not bewildered. Go to Him.”

Max Lucado

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 sign up in the guidance office for
your portfolio interview starting next week!
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
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
3. Bert Vis Flooring - Contact Wolter Vis @ 905.957.7779
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.

STORM ATHLETICS

BOYS SOCCER
Congratulations to the boys soccer team who beat DSBN Academy 6-1 yesterday in the semi-finals.  Goals by Jonny (3), Harrison, Tyler and Jayden. Come out to the Leisureplex today to cheer on our boys in the zone finals! The team is dismissed at 2:30. Kick off at 3:30.
GIRLS SOCCER
Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Soccer Team on their big win yesterday against Heritage making them the 2017 Zone 4 Champions. If you were unable to get out to the LeisurePlex yesterday after school you missed some beautiful soccer. Storm played with grit and class yesterday, winning balls in the mid third, moving the ball well into the attaching third and kept the Heritage Keeper busy. Final Score Storm-4, Heritage -2.
Tomorrow the team will be travelling Hamilton to represent our school at SOSSA. GO STROM!
Brief meeting today in Student Services/Guidance immediately after period 2.
TRACK AND FIELD
High Jump practice today after school 3:20-4:20 in the gym.
Athletes competing Thursday afternoon at South Regionals please be ready to leave at 11:45am. Meet at room 103.
We will leave here at 8am. for those competing Friday at South Regionals. If you are getting a ride please tell me so we are not waiting. Blessings as you compete!!
Please dress for the weather and bring your singlets.

lMISCELLANEOUS

Occasional Part-Time Work Opportunity
An elderly woman in town requires help with jobs around the house and yard. If you are interested please see Mr. Wonder for contact information.
COFFEE HOUSE
The next Coffee House is on June 7. Interested in performing? Talk to or message Mr. Fluit.
FROM MOUNTAINVIEW YOUTH.
Youth from MountainView CRC are going to serve this summer to Thunder Bay! We are having a yard sale fundraiser. We are in search of items to be donated to sell like clothing, household items, furniture, books, appliances,  and technology ( as long as in good working condition). Items can be dropped off at MountainView CRC in Grimsby on Friday May 26. If you need them picked up, please contact one of the youth who are going: Matthew T., Samantha S., Morgan VW., Olivia V., Sophia B. and Justin M.  Thank you!
SHATTERED EXPECTATIONS
Saturday June 3rd there is a free youth worship event called “Shattered Expectations”. You are all invited to this awesome event. It starts at 7:00pm, at Salvation Army Meadowlands, 187 Stone Church Road, Ancaster, ON.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR THE ECO-DEFENDERS!
There are many fine outdoor events in our great Niagara Peninsula. But these events can cause significant ecological problems. Enter the Eco-Defenders! We are a group of volunteers that sort and collect the trash at these events, creating a clean atmosphere for any festivities. We keep the recycling and compost from entering the landfills and when we sort at an event, the amount of garbage is greatly reduced to usually just a bag or two. Not only are we good to our planet, we have an awful lot of fun, too!
• Gathering refuse
• Sorting the refuse
• Assist guests in the sorting of their own trash at the pre-sort stations (directing them where to put items)
And when we have extra people, we also like someone to:
• Photograph and/or video our activities
• Act as mascot (Polly Nator, our giant bee!!!)
• Escort our mascot (and wear a green morph suit, if you’d like!)
We can only continue to do this work if we get volunteers. These are our upcoming events for May and June:
1) Next weekend is the Roots on the Twenty event at Balls Falls, Jordan. We need people for Sat May 27 (10am to 11pm) and Sunday May 28 (11am to 7pm)
2) VegFest in St. Catharines at Market Square on June 4th. This is a very busy day and we need people from 9am to 7pm.
3) Compassionate Kids STC Fun Day, June 10 at Lakeside Park in Port Dalhousie. Volunteers needed from 11am to 6pm.
Need volunteer hours? We can give you those! If you want to find out more: 1) scan the QR Code below join to our Facebook page; 2) email Jane at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to get on our emailing list; 3) text 905-328-0736 anytime or 4) call 905-328-0736 (evenings and weekends only, please). Thanks for helping the Eco-Defenders!!!
YEAR BOOKS
2017 Yearbooks will be coming up for pre-sale next week. If you order in the next 2 weeks they are $30.00. In the fall, they will be $35.00. A Yearbook rep will be coming to your 1st period class on Monday.
FROM THE LUNCH BOX
Corn on the cob and French fries….$4

Wednesday/Chapel
Schedule

59 min. classes
#914
Period 1 10:02 - 11:01

Period 2 11:09 - 12:08

Lunch 12:08 - 12:51

Period 3 12:56 - 1:55

Period 4 2:03 - 3:02

 

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