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Winston Knoll Collegiate Daily Announcements

From the Office

Summer Driver Education forms are available in the office on the counter.

Winstons is selling selected drinks for $1 all this week.

Please utilize the homework room that runs everyday at lunch in B2 for support with all of your classes. We have access to computers, school supplies and have various subject teachers to assist you. It is a quiet space for you to work and study for upcoming exams.

WKCCC (Community Council)

SRC

SRC Twitter Account: @wkcsrc

WKC Academics/Guidance

Class of 2017!

REMINDER!!!!!

Toast to the Teachers: Please submit an edited version of your potential speech to Guidance TODAY! WEDNESDAY JUNE 14th @ 3:30 if you wish to be considered for this speech.

 

This speech will be given at the Cap n’ Gown Ceremony Wednesday June 28th

Grade 12

Future UofR Students

The UofR is offering a brand new program to help first year students to get started with their university career. In the Summer Bridge Program students will take a class and do workshops to learn skills to help them to be the best university student that they can be. This program will run August 8-29. Go to https://www.uregina.ca/student/ssc/summerbridge.html for more details.

Student Loans

Student Loans applications don’t open until July 1st this year. On July 1st you can go to https://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/education-and-learning/student-loans/apply-for-a-student-loan to complete your application. Unfortunately, none of this can be completed ahead of time. As a Saskatchewan resident, you will apply for both Canada Student Loans and Saskatchewan Student Loans at the same time, on the same form.

It is best to apply online and as soon as possible (on July 1st). Paper applications take longer to process and applications are processed in the order that they are received so if you don’t apply until after July 1st, it will take longer to get your loan money to you (and your tuition might be due before you have your loan money to pay for it.)

Saskatchewan School Boards Association Scholarships

Each year, the Saskatchewan School Boards Association awards two $2,500 scholarships to graduating high school students who remain in Saskatchewan in post-secondary study. One of these scholarships goes to a student entering a degree program and one to a student entering a Technical/Trade program. This is one of the few scholarships for which students entering a Technical/Trade program are eligible. Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated good character, community leadership, financial need, and a 500-word essay. The application deadline is Aug. 31. To access the application form and view the rubric that is being used to score the scholarships, visit saskschoolboards.ca. This link is also in the scholarships section of the WKC website.

Volunteer Opportunities

WKC Teams

Wolverine Handball 

        If you still have your handball jersey, please bring it to Mr. Brouet today.

 

Track and Field

        A big congratulations to our 3 athletes who went to provincials in Saskatoon on the weekend; Amy Fowler, Marianne Djigo and Anthony Jordan-Bedore.  Marianne earned a silver medal on the midget girls 4x100 relay team and Anthony earned a bronze medal in junior boys 100 m hurdles.  Well done!!

WKC Clubs

CRICKET

Congratulations to the Knoll Cricket Team who placed 2nd in this year’s tournament.

Fine Arts, Band, Choir, & Musical        

Funprov!!!! That is right!  Improv Just For Fun!

Everyone is welcome!!

Here is our schedule until the end of June:

May 31st 3:45 to 5:00

June 2nd 3:45 to 5:00

June 7th 3:45 to 5:00

June 9th 3:45 to 5:00

June 14th 3:45 to 5:00

June 16th 3:45 to 5:00

Miscellaneous

Ecology Project International Belize or Hawaii Easter Break 2018

Not your typical sightseeing trip, EPI courses offer real-world hands on learning in the areas of research, conservation, and scientific process.  All while exploring reefs, beaches, jungles or volcanic ecosystems.

Belize - Marine Ecology - On an atoll fringed by coral reefs, just offshore from a land of ancient Maya temples and culture, you'll work with researchers to study reef health while you also combat the spread of a beautiful but harmful invasive fish species.

Hawaii- Marine Ecology - New in 2018! EPI is expanding to Hawaii's Valley Isle. Maui is home to natural wonders, vibrant wildlife, and a growing human population.

There will be an information meeting in E10 at noon on Thursday, May 18th.

Find out more: www.ecologyproject.org or email jolene.siemens@rbe.sk.ca