St. Paul Daily Announcements        
September 18, 2017


INTERMEDIATE (Grades 7 - 8)

TECH CREW (Sept 18) - All grade 7/8 students interested in joining the 7/8 Tech Crew are invited to an introductory meeting today at lunch in The Learning Den, room 203. Please bring your lunch with you.

BOYS SOCCER (Sept 18-20) - Any 7/8 boy interested in playing soccer are invited to a first tryout Wednesday after school. Meet by the gym doors.

GIRLS SOCCER (Sept 18-19) - A reminder to the 7/8 girls of a soccer tryout after school on Tuesday, September 19 (2:30-3:30)

CROSS COUNTRY (Sept 18) - A reminder to the 7/8 cross-country team that practices will by Monday and Tuesday after school. Do not forget your permission forms!

SECONDARY (Grades 9 - 12)

BOYS SOCCER (Sept 18) - There will be a last open tryout today for any high school boy interested in playing soccer.

CROSS COUNTRY (Sept 18) - High School students there is a Speed Workout after school Friday. Runners interested (long & short distance) in improving running technique and speed are welcome. Meet Coach Howden by the gyms Friday after school.

High School cross country on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday after school next week.

PEER HELPERS (Sept 18) - Peer Helpers, if you would like to help out at the Meet The Teacher Night next Thursday please sign up in Student Services.

S.A.F.E. (Sept 18) - S.A.F.E. is a club for students advocating for equality and diversity. Any High School student who is interested in making a difference in their community should come out to our meeting in the chapel this Tuesday during High School lunch.

GIRLS BASKETBALL (Sept 18) - Sr. Girls Basketball after school today.

BOYS HOCKEY (Sept 18) - There is a mandatory High School Boys hockey team meeting today at lunch in Mr. Mantha’s room (256). Please be there right at the beginning of lunch.

GRADES 7 - 12


VOLUNTEERS & COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS


GET YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS DONE, HAVE FUN, AND HELP OUT IN YOUR COMMUNITY!

Are you involved in sports?  Often coaches love to have students assist in coaching younger kids.  Talk to your organizer/coach to see how you can help.

Are you involved with your church?  Check out what events are happening that students can help out with.  Often there are children’s organizations, fundraiser, bazaars, etc.

Are you involved in your community?  Every area has community centres that also require student volunteers to help run their programs.  Google your local community centre and see what they have going on.

Come to Student Services and pick up your volunteer forms