Ths JHSS Music/Guitar Program will be hosting a trip to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland Ohio in May. If you are interested in joining up please attend the meeting at the beginning of lunch in room 230 this Fri Dec 13th. See Mr. Salema for details.
NO FeAr Science Club
The NO FeAr Science Club will meet today at the beginning of lunch in Room 108. Come join the club - all are welcome. The theme this week is based on a quote by Albert Einstein "Play is the highest form of research". The University of Waterloo is coming for a special visit and we are PLAYING with LEGO all lunch hour - I mean researching robotics with LEGO all lunch hour!
This is a reminder that the GSA will be meeting today during lunch in Room 303. Starting next week, all GSA meetings will be on Monday at lunch. New members are always welcome. See you today at lunch!
The team and managers are reminded that they are being dismissed today at 12:30 for the game against Elmira.
Music Festive Sounds
The Music Department will be presenting our annual Festive Sounds Concert on Thurs Dec 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the JHSS cafeteria. Tickets are just $5 each of $10 for a family and will be available at the door. Join us for our Festive Sounds Concert this Thursday and support our music students as we celebrate the sounds of the season.
Art Club will be cancelled this Thursday Dec 12th.
Attention all Junior Football players
Don't know what to ask for for Christmas? Do you want to sport some sweet WCSSAA championship SWAG this year? For anyone who wishes to order WCSSAA championship SWAG, there will be a meeting this Friday Dec 13 at lunch in Room 246. Come pick up an order form for jackets, shirts, bags, hats, etc. Also all ring order forms will be due at this time. Hope to see you there!
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An Evening With Dr. Ross Greene on Thurs. Jan. 16, 2014
for parents, guardians, and the community. Dr. Ross Greene is a dynamic speaker and passionate advocate of Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (CPS). He is Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard University, and the author of The Explosive Child and Lost at School. CPS (formally known as Collaborative Problem Solving) is an approach that helps parents, guardians and caregivers work responsively to resolve the challenging behaviours of children of all ages. Dr. Greene will describe clear and practical strategies caregivers and children can use to resolve disagreements and disputes in a collaborative, mutually satisfactory way.
Does your student have ADHD?
You might be interested in participating in a parent support group that meets monthly.
Please click here for more information
Waterloo Unlimited invites students of exceptional potential to engage with other bright, motivated students in a pre-university enrichment experience.
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2013/2014 School Year Calendar
Homelessness Everywhere Lacking Publicity
Click the link above to learn about how 3 students made a difference to create awareness about homelessness in our community.