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May 24, 2018 Announcements
MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Thursday, May 24, 2018

  • Attention Sydenham!  Yearbooks are back!!  This year it will be a FULL grade yearbook.  Yearbooks will cost $40.00.  You can pick up your order form at the Office or order online.  Look at the posters for more information. – Yearbook Committee

  • Applications and grade forms for next year’s Student Council are now available at the Office.  Applications are due May 24. – Student Council

  • Graduation write ups and fees are due this week! – Mr. Sanderson

  • Students!  Are you interested in a possible exchange to several different countries in Europe or to the province of Quebec?  A representative from International Student Exchange- I.S.E. Ontario will be here on Friday, May 25 at lunch to explain the various options for exchanges during the school year or in the summer.  Please stop by the Map at lunch on Friday for more information. – Ms. Smith

  • Grade 12 students can vote for their Valedictorian this week in Mr. Sanderson’s office – during spares or at lunch. – Mr. Sanderson

  • The Weightroom will be closed after school hours every Thursday and Friday for the remainder of the semester.  It will still be open at lunch and until 4:30 p.m. Monday – Wednesday. – Mr. English

  • There will be a euchre tournament held next Wednesday, May 30.  Grab a partner and come join in. – Rec Leadership

  • Any Grade 9 students who are interested in attending a Volleyball Camp this summer here at Sydenham.  Please see Mr. English in the Main Gym at Nutrition Break. – Mr. English

  • Attention All Athletes!  Come get your Athletic Banquet tickets at the Map at lunch next Monday, Wednesday and Thursday!  The Banquet will be held Tuesday, June 12 at 4:00 p.m., any questions or concerns regarding tickets, please see Jocelyn Farmer or Cora Dobing. – Mr. English

  • Do you love field trips? Well, we've got exciting news for you Sydenham. Next Wednesday we're going on an invitational field trip to the Mamawi Centre, at the KGH. You'll learn about how medicine and healing traditions can be very different between indigenous people and non indigenous people. So, if you got a field trip permission form, make sure you take it down to the library and give it to our library staff. This trip is going to be really fun and ground shifting. Respecting difference and valuing diversity are really powerful attributes. Come out and learn how you can make a difference. – Ms. Wallace

  • Attention Library Corps, rather than cancelling our weekly meeting, today, Ms. Wallace challenges you to meet in the Library's Wellness Room, and come up with a club initiative to increase literacy levels in our school. Pick someone to be the leader of the meeting, and then, get to brainstorming. Everyone's ideas really matter. How can we increase the amount and skill level of reading that gets done, here at SHS? Let's see what you decide. – Ms. Wallace