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


May 8, 2019

Did you know that in any given year, 1 in 5 people in Canada will personally experience a mental health problem or illness? Learn more at MAGMA’s kiosk in the foyer today at lunch. You can complete a Mental Health Quiz for a chance to win a Mental Health Self-Care Basket! See you at lunch! Also, join us for the third annual March for Mental Health at 12:45 today! We will be marching to City Hall where Mayor Rebecca Alty will greet us and Freezies will be handed out! Help us put a FREEZE on stigma!


Robert O'Rourke from YK Community Foundation will be presenting in the Science Theatre Thursday, May 9 at 10am for any grads who are interested in applying for scholarships for post-secondary school. Please take your cell phones to the presentation.


(noon Wednesday only!) Ms. Pura's Period 3 PE 10 class, please meet by the gym doors at 12:30 pm. Do not change. Be ready to go outside.


Pizza party banner signing for the U19 and U15 girls blue teams Thursday at lunch in the foods room.


All jerseys from super soccer need to be returned to your coaches as soon as possible.


May 16th will be the last day to submit songs for grad and sign up to give a speech.


Information regarding Flowers North for grad is in the office.


Student Council is running a food drive until May 10th. Please bring any non perishable food to your period 1 class. Class that brings in the most will win a prize.


Grad bio forms need to be completed before May 31, 2019. This is what will be read aloud as you walk across the stage to receive your graduating certificate. Please visit the SJF website for google form. You must be logged on using your YK1 account to access form.


Student Financial Assistance will be visiting SJF on May 21 and May 23 from 10 – 12 pm in the Science Theatre to help students understand and fill out financial assistance forms. Students applying for SFA are encouraged to attend.


Grad gown sizing will take place at lunch time during the week of May 13-16th. Grads should meet in the Student Leadership Room.


Food rescue is looking for workers for 8 weeks starting July 2nd, Monday-Friday 30 hours a week. Rate of pay is $15/hr. You must be at least 15 years old. Closing date is May 17th. Please send resume to Pam Dunbar at subject line-Food rescue Site Assistant.


Matco is hiring for the summer. You need to be 16 years or older. Starting wage is $18 hr with a bonus of $500 if you stay until the end of August. See Robert or Beth Ann at 120 Enterprise Dr, call 873-3333 or send your resume to


18th edition of the Employment Café Job Fair to be held on May 8, 2019 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the Greenstone Building. As trusted partners in the community, we kindly ask that you spread the word to all job seekers that you support to attend this bi-annual event. The Fair is a unique opportunity to secure employment, or discover new career options, training, and continuing educational opportunities.


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 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


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