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Monday September 18 News

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Monday September 18 News
by Andrea Martin - Monday, 18 September 2017, 9:39 AM

Monday September 18, 2017


Work Experience 12A & 12B Registration Deadline
Reminder that the Work Experience 12A & 12B registration deadline is September 30th! Employed students wishing to achieve work experience credits for this year must be registered by this date.  Please see Mr. Arsenault in the Career Centre to register!

Counselling Appointments
If you would like to see a counsellor for academic or personal reasons, please see Mrs Rhodes in the Career Centre (room 235) to book counselling appointments. 

Global Cafe
The Global Cafe is running every morning until 9:00 in the IGS room 264.  $2/coffee, includes milk/sugar.  This is a fund-raiser for the IGS program.

No news today.

A preliminary list of Claremont Clubs is posted in front of the Learning Commons.  Please take a look to discover many ways you can become involved at our school.  Stay tuned for details about an upcoming Clubs Showcase!

Math Club
Come find out about the Math Club and about what Math contests are available throughout the year.  There will be an information meeting TODAY at lunch in room 130.   Membership is open: You don't have to write contests to attend Math Club, and you don't have to attend to write contests. There is something for every grade -- bring your lunch and bring a friend.

Best Buddies
TODAY's Best Buddies meeting is for Peer Buddies only.  Come find out what Best Buddies is about and enjoy a treat.

Improv Team
The Improv Team meets TODAY and every MONDAY after school in the choir room; meetings run until 5:30pm.  This is a fun introduction to improvised theatre.

Science and Engineering Club
The Science and Engineering Club will be having its first meeting tomorrow (TUESDAY) during lunch in room 220. Any and all students are welcome.

Sign Language Club

Claremont's Sign Language Club will be starting up again in October.  No experience necessary.  Stay tuned for more information!

Sr Boys Soccer

The final tryouts for the Senior Boys Soccer team is on TUESDAY after school at the Lochside turf.  Please see Ms Yager with any questions.

Food Safe Level 1 Training

Beacon Community Services is offering  Food Safe Level 1 training at the Shoal Centre in Sidney, on the Friday, October 20 Pro-D Day - 8:30- 4:30 pm .  Cost is $50.00  Visit the Career Centre for more info!

Volunteer Opportunities
The Vancouver Island Model Engineers at the Saanich Historical Society is looking for volunteers to help with the preparation of their Halloween-themed decor for their Family Friendly Halloween Event - The Pumpkin Express!!  Students are needed for painting Halloween items, decorating the forest areas the train runs though, and volunteering during the event with supervision of craft tables, train track crossings, pumpkin carvings, haunted story walks, face painting and much more!  Visit the Career Centre for more information.

Job Opportunities
See Mr Arsenault or Mrs Rhodes in the Career Centre for details about these and other job opportunities.

Organizer needed: A senior citizen at the Shoal Centre in Sidney needs help unpacking and organizing items.  2 hours @  $12.00/hour. If you like organizing, then consider helping out this senior in need.
Yard Work:  Help is needed to turn over compost, rake and do general cleanup of a well-maintained yard.        2 hours @ $13.00/hour.

GRAD 2018
No news today.

Check Brenda's board every day for news.

New International students: please pick up your passports TODAY after school from Brenda in her office.

Camp Qwanoes
International Students: get your Camp Qwanoes forms and payment in to Brenda ASAP.

Peninsula Youth Health Clinic

The Peninsula Youth Health Clinic, is located at the Ocean Pier Medical Clinic, (#207-2537 Beacon Avenue in Sidney) every THURSDAY 6-8pm.  This clinic offers completely free and confidential service in the areas of physical, sexual, and mental health for youth.  Walk-ins are welcome. This Youth Clinic offers a judgement-free zone for all youth and is an LGBTQ safe space.  For more information, call or text 250-216-8389.

*If you need a reminder about any of this information, the daily announcements are posted outside of the front office.*