St. Paul Daily Announcements        
January 22, 2018


INTERMEDIATE (Grades 7 - 8)

SECONDARY (Grades 9 - 12)

YMCA SUMMER WORK (Jan 18-23) - The YMCA Summer Work Student Exchange is a national program offering opportunities for youth to improve your second official language skills while gaining important employment experience. Deadline for applications is March 16. Apply online at summer-work.com See Student Services for a brochure.

VOLUNTEER HOURS (Jan 18-23) - 2018 Ottawa Ice Dragon Boat Festival on Feb 9 & 10. They are looking for volunteers. See Student Services for information.

WINTER NIGHT SCHOOL (Jan 23) - Winter Night School Program Information and applications for the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board have arrived. Please see Student Services for information.

CARLETON UNIVERSITY (Jan 23) - Carleton University is having an event for female high school students interested in Engineering & IT. The event is Saturday, Feb 3, from 11:30 am - 2:30 pm.

ST. PAUL UNIVERSITY OPEN HOUSE (Jan 15-24) - St. Paul University Winter Open House will be on Wednesday, January 24th from 4:30 to 7:30.  See the Grad calendar for the website link to register for the open house.

EXAMS (Jan. 23)- Exam sign-up for Students with Individual Education Plans. Students with IEPs who need accommodations to write in room 119 or 120 must sign up in the Resource Room (120) no later than Tuesday January 23, 2018.

ART INSTALLATIONS (Jan 22) - As the grade 12 art students are securing their installations in their locations, we remind you to refrain from touching the artwork. Please enjoy from a reasonable distance.

GRADES 7 - 12

BEAR WEAR (Jan.16)- Any students who ordered the Under Armour long and short sleeve t-shirts and would like to try on a sample before final orders go in, please see Mr. Myers in room 124. New orders welcome.



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.