Schedule/Announcements

 

Regular School Day Timetable

8:30am – 9:55am –     Period #1
9:55am – 10:05am –     Morning Break
10:05am – 11:30am –     Period #2
11:30am -12:30pm –     Lunch Break (60 minutes)
12:30pm – 1:55pm –     Period #3
1:55pm – 2:05pm –     Afternoon Break
2:05 – 3:30pm –     Period #4

 

Early Dismissal Day Timetable

8:30am – 9:45am –     Period #1
9:45am – 9:55am –     Break
9:55am – 11:10am –     Period #2
11:10am 11:50pm –     Lunch Break (40 minutes)
11:50am – 1:05pm –     Period #3
1:05pm -1:15pm –     Break
1:15 – 2:30pm –     Period #4
2:30pm – 4:00pm -     Strengthening Teacher Instructional Practices

 

April 17th
15U boys soccer practice today is cancelled due to Parent-Teacher Interviews. The teams list is posted outside of the gym. All players must pay their $30 fee to the office by the end of today to be eligible to play in the tournament.
 
SFA will be visiting the school on May 21 & May 23 from 10-12 in the Science Theatre. Any grads that need help filling out their financial assistance forms for post-secondary school should attend.
 
Exam deposit refund cheques are ready for pick up for those students who wrote the April diploma exams. Please come to the office.
 
COMM HOUR opportunity! Skills Canada needs help setting up the multiplex on May 2nd. If interested please call Teresa at 873-8743.
 
Thank you to all grad staff and teachers who helped out at the Balsille Cup.
 
All sr. girls soccer players need to have their money in to Wendy at the office by the end of the day today. No exceptions!!
 
The Me to We study hall is currently looking for student volunteers to tutor (great way to earn Comm Hours) on Wednesdays from 3:30-4:30. Tutoring would start near the end of April. If interested fill out google form by following https://forms.gle.RQCXInmtlgzhWQHM7
 
There will be an information meeting for 31 Hour Famine Wednesday, April 17 at lunch in the fitness centre.
 
The SJF Green Team is organizing a USED CELL PHONE DRIVE. Please bring old cell phones to Ms. Martin’s room (Room 6) - no matter the condition. We are collecting until April 30th. They will be sent ‘down south’ for proper recycling and there is a prize for the school that collects the most cell phones.
 
Grads! Make sure you're on the right track for completing all of your grad requirements! Come to student services and pick up an up-to-date validation statement.
 
Grads! We need your help with Gradbook 2019! Send in your grad quote and vote for “most likely to own 30 cats” and “most likely to star in a reality TV show” as well as many others. Check the link on the SJF website page and fill out the google form. We will be accepting responses until May 1st!
 
The next SJET meeting will be the Parent Meeting on April 24, 2019. It will take place at 7:30pm in the Fitness Centre. Travellers should attend, and bring with them: their passport valid until September 2020 (or a photo of the passport), their paragraph, a $500 cheque for the deposit, and at least one parent.
 
Indigenous Education Awards Program - Atco provides financial awards to Canadian First Nation, Inuit and Metis students who demonstrate leadership and commitment in their quest for higher education. Complete an online application form at atco.com/indigenousawards Deadline to apply is July 15, 2019
 
Red Deer College is happy to introduce their new Bachelor of Applied Arts in Film, Theatre and Live Entertainment degree program. This exciting new degree is built on a foundation of communication, storytelling, directing, and business skills, and offers students the choice of three majors: Acting, Film Production or Live Entertainment Production. To learn more about this exciting new program you can visit www.rdc.ab.ca/yourstory.
 
Jackpine Paddle is looking for an apprentice paddle guide to work during the summer months. This is an opportunity to explore some of the most remote and spectacular wilderness animals and landscapes in the North! Check out SJF Facebook for more details.
 
Upcoming PAC Meetings
 
May 9 at 12 noon