Scott Collegiate Daily Announcements

From the Office

Addictions Counsellor - Scott Collegiate has an Addictions Counsellor (Krista) that comes in every Wednesday.  If you, or someone in your family has a problem with addictions you can confidentially meet with Krista on Wednesdays.  See Ms. Anderson or Mr. Dusyk if you would like to meet her.

Health Nurse - Scott Collegiate has a Health Nurse that comes in most Tuesday mornings.  If you have any health related concerns or questions you can meet with Jennifer.  Please see Mr. Dusyk or Ms. Anderson if you’d like to see Nurse Jennifer!

Elders - Scott Collegiate has 2 elders.  We have Grandma Bear & Life Speaker Noel.  If you’d like to meet with any of the Elders please see Mr. Dusyk.  

 Driver’s Education

Zee will finish driving with all students who still need to get their in-car hours starting September 13

Driver Ed Application Forms are available in the office.  You must be 15 years old to start the course and you MUST get an SGI number to start!

The first Class of the year will start in October 4th.

See In-Car hours below - Please notice the time changes on Friday’s!!!  

Driver Ed. Times

Thursday, September 13

Friday, September 14

Monday, September 17

Tuesday, September 18

Wednesday, September 19

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

1:00 – 2:00

Michaela S.

 

 

*11 – 12

Ty T.

Corben L.

Ashley B.

Ty T.

2:00 – 3:00

 

 

Daryan C.

*2:10 – 3:10

Amilia S.

Chris S.

 

 

 

 

Terrell N.

Ollie P.

ATTENDANCE MATTERS  -See 2017-2018 % - Let’s see if we can do better in the 2018-2019 School Year!

Grade

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

March

April

May

June

Average per grade

9

78%

82%

75%

74%

70%

64%

66%

65%

66%

65%

70.5%

10

71%

69%

61%

56%

62%

60%

58%

65%

61%

64%

62.7%

11

75%

78%

60%

57%

64%

61%

52%

61%

55%

57%

62%

12

75%

74%

65%

61%

67%

64%

68%

62%

65%

66%

66.7%

Average  all grades

74.75%

75.75%

65.25%

62%

65.75%

62.25%

61%

63.25%

61.75%

63%

Scott 2018 Fall Clothing Order Form

2018  Scott Clothing Order Form is available in the office!  Forms and money must be submitted by October 1st! Wear Blue!!!!  

mâmawi cafe

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

Salad $3 Add chicken or beef $1  add doritos $1

Sandwich  fry bread $2   baked bannock  $2  Wrap $3

Taco in a Bag $4

NDN Taco $4

Burrito $3

Quesadilla $3

Buddha Build-A-Bowl $4

Smoothie $2

Soup  $1

Pizza Pop $1

Baked Goods $0.50 - $1.00

Fry”day  

Fries $1  add gravy $0.50…...make it a poutine $3.00

Slice of pizza $2

Salad $3 Add protein $1

Need to start your day off right?  Come to the mamawi cafe for a breakfast sandwich from 7:45-8:30 every morning!  Add in a coffee, cappuccino or juice!  

Complete Menu Link Here

TOURISM & HOSPITALITY PATHWAY OPPORTUNITIES

Work at the mâmawi cafe 11:45 - 12:30  - *must have Food Safety Level I Certificate

(free lunch is included with work)

October 9th - Catering Regina Public School Board *1-9PM

October 12th - Over the Hill Orchards  *1-10PM

October 24th - North Central Community Association Breakfast *7AM - 10AM

*SEE MRS. CHRISTOPHERSON IF INTERESTED               

VOLUNTEER HOURS & WORK EXPERIENCE

Volunteer Opportunities - Looks Great on Your Resume!!

SCOTT ATHLETICS & CLUBS

  

Cross Country Running

Wanna join cross country running? Great choice!

I can’t guarantee pizza on the course but I can guarantee you will meet new people, get in better shape and push yourself beyond limits you ever thought possible! And that’s better than pizza. Right? You’re darn tootin it is!

Here are some important dates to know.

Tues. Sept. 18 - Meet #2 @ 4:15

Tues. Sept. 25 - Meet #3 @ 4:15

Tues. Oct. 2 - Meet #4 @ 4:15

Sat. Oct. 13 - Provincials in Delisle, SK

How far do you need to run? Great question!

Midget Girls and Boys - 3K

Junior Girls and Boys - 4K

Senior Girls - 4K    Senior Boys - 5K

What age category are you in? Another fantabulous question!

Midget - under 15 as of August 31 this year

Junior - under 16 as of August 31 this year

Senior - 16 and over as of August 31 this year

See Mr. Desjarlais if you are interested. He is the ginger with long hair. Actually, he’s the only ginger, so,  yeah.

Student Leadership Council

Fall Activities Input/Planning Meeting

Are you interested in helping plan some Fall activities?  Do you have any ideas for a Fall spirit day/activity? Please join the SLC on Tuesday, September 25 at noon in room 2E02. If you missed our first meeting, you’re still more than welcome to join us.

If you have questions and/or are interested but can’t attend the meeting, please talk to Ms. Harder, Mr. Machin, or Ms. Dennis.

Homework Room - Most Tuesdays & Thursdays

Homework Room starts Thursday, September 20th!  Just down from the Mamawi Cafe!  If you want a quiet place to work on Tuesdays and Thursdays with Computer and teacher support, come on down!

Beading Club

Wednesdays at Noon with Mrs. Maxie!  Room 2E06.    This groups will start mid-september.

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 Open most lunch hours.  

Music Programs - see Mr. Looysen or Ms. Littlechief/Ms. Cachene (choir) for more details

     Fiddle group will meet Tuesdays after school in the Media Suite.

     Rock band will rehearse Thursdays at 12:10 in the Media Suite. Please be on time and have either finished eating or wait to eat until after rehearsal.

Choir Group

Love to sing? Well then, come and join our choir group! We are having a meeting on Friday, Sept.21st at lunch, in the dance studio. Be there or be square!

 

Every Friday in Shiplack’s Room! Everyone is welcome!

Do you love to be the center of attention?!

Join The Scott DRAMA CLUB!!!  

Plays, theatre, improv, sketch comedy…

Actors and performers wanted! No experience necessary!

See Ms. Shiplack ASAP in room 2W06 (upstairs North West side) for more information.

FUN! FUN! FUN!

SCOTT GSA (Genders and Sexualities Alliance)

       

Scott GSA provides a safe space for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and transphobia.

Two-Spirit Group - Find them on Facebook - a gathering for Indigenous people of varian genders and ways of loving.  Come listen, learn, talk and teach.  

Where:  100-1654 11th Avenue

Meets Every Second Monday from 5p.m - 7p.m. Snacks provided.  

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EMPLOYMENT/VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course:  Fourteen and 15 year olds are required to complete the Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course (YWRCC) before starting work in Saskatchewan.   http://www.saskatchewan.ca/ywrcc#utm_campaign=q2_2015&utm_medium=short&utm_source=%2Fywrcc 

Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship:  What are the benefits of taking SYA in high school?

Besides getting a head start on career planning and having a record of your achievements, youth who complete all three levels and register as an apprentice in a designated trade within five years receive the following benefits:

  1. waiver of registration fee (currently $200)*
  2. no charge for Level 1 technical training tuition*
  3. 300 hours of trade time credit**

See Mr. Kannenberg or Mrs. Christopherson for more info.  

Free WHMIS Training and Free WHMIS Test and WHMIS Certification - The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) is Canada's national hazard communication standard. The key elements of the system are hazard classification, cautionary labelling of containers, the provision of (material) safety data sheets ((M)SDSs) and worker education and training programs.

Looking for Work?  Try this site:  http://www.aboriginalcareers.ca/   ‘how-to’ guides, and 1,000's of Aboriginal job postings make this site ideal for Aboriginal Job Seekers in all stages of their careers. AboriginalCareers.ca provides some of the best Aboriginal employment opportunities in Canada.

Looking for work - check out some apps such as:    JobsinSask  

https://localjobshop.ca/  Another way to search for jobs in Canada or Regina.  

Upgrade your skills to Create the Life you Want.  The Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS) can connect you with Indigenous organizations across Canada that support skill Development.  GoToCareers.ca/ASETS  

GRAD  2019

Grade 12 Lunch and Learn Meetings will be on Wednesdays in RM 2E02:

October 3

November 14

December 5

January 9

February 6

March 6

April 3

May 8

See Posters around the school for more information!  Parent(s)/Guardian(s) are welcome to attend.  Lunch is provided on a first come, first serve basis.  

RDIEC - Opportunities for All Students

Post-Secondary Info/Scholarships/Bursaries

ScholarshipsCanada.com

Sign up to search through this extensive database to find scholarships, bursaries and grants.

Student Scholarships.org

Registered Users will be matched with Scholarships, Bursaries, and Grants, that fit their profile.

Canadian Universities.net

Directory of Canadian scholarships, prizes, awards and bursaries available in universities and colleges in Canada.

Yconic

 A Scholarship matching service available free to Canadian students.  They have over $50 million worth of scholarships in their database that you could be eligible for.

TD Scholarships for Community Leadership

One of the largest and most prestigious scholarship programs in Canada.  The key criterion is outstanding community leadership, in balance with the student’s academic performance.

Each scholarship includes:

  • Full tuition at any approved university or college in Canada
  • $7500 a year towards living expenses

ATCO Indigenous Education Awards:  https://www.atco.com/Our-Commitment/Aboriginal-Relations/Indigenous-Education-Awards-Program

Indspire is the largest supporter of Indigenous education outside the federal government.

 

Disability Awards - awards and scholarships for students with disabilities studying at Canada's colleges and universities.

Aboriginal Scholarship Guide - Windspeaker and AMMSA maintain an extensive list of scholarships and bursaries available to Aboriginal students

SIGA First Nations Scholarship Awards applications from June 1 - October 1

Terry Fox Humanitarian Award

OPPORTUNITIES for ALL Students!

THRIVE - WALK-IN COUNSELLING - Sessions are one hour and are free.

Regina Public Library, Albert Branch

Every Friday 1:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Central Library - THRIVE Counselling

Meeting Room 3

Every Wednesday from 1:00 - 5:00

Family Service Regina - THRIVE Counselling

#200-1440 Broadway Avenue

Every Monday & Thursday

12:30 - 4:00 p.m.

Rainbow Youth - 977 McTavish Street - Like and Follow Rainbow Youth on Facebook!

1.  Youth C.A.R.E. After School Activities Rainbow Youth 977 McTavish Street visit www.rainbowyouth.com  Supper is served at 4:45 pm sharp for ages 11 - 18 years

Rainbow Youth has an after school drop-in service from 3:30 - 6:30 p.m.  Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.  - Open gym, music corner, computers, card games…  Also ask about Youth Counselling services, on an individual and as needed basis to address mental health & wellness issues.

3.  Rainbow Youth is providing space on Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. for youth, who are in recovery from substance abuse and addiction to meet weekly for a support group.  The group is specifically for youth under the age of 25 years.  This group is peer led and chaired by members associated with Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous.  Use the “Youth Entrance Doors” and climb stairs to top floor.  

4.  Young Parent Program Evening Parent Support for Fathers, Mothers and expecting Parents 25 and under.  Supper is provided for you and your children, meet other young parents, talk about the joys and challenges of parenting, learn and share information on parenting.  

September 11 - October 30

Tuesdays 4:30 - 7:00 p.m.

Program is free

Transportation provided.  Call Jenet or Faye to register - 306-757-9743

5.  Youth Skills Schedule which includes an Anger Management Education Program and Growing Skills Programs - email spfeifer@rainbowyouth.com or call 306-757-9743 and ask for Youth Skills to find out more about these programs!

North Central Vibe - located at the mâmawéyatitân centre -  3355 6th Avenue

All Vibe Programming is FREE and Healthy Snacks provided

Registration is required:  Phone 306-791-9888 or email chelsey”nccaregina.ca  to register

  1.  North Central Kids Music - Starting Monday, September 17 4:00 - 6:00  FREE Lessons every Monday and Thursday, Snacks provided, Instruments supplied, join any time - ongoing registration
  2. Invitation to Artists and Crafters - apply to sell your art at info@nccaregina.ca - North Central Culture Days on September 29, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  No charge for a table

Gabriel Dumont Institute

Do you have a business ideas that you’d like to pursue?  Do you need help expanding your existing business?  Register now for a free two-day workshop on the website www.wkentrepreneur.ca - Wednesday, October 10 and Thursday, October 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Travelodge Hotel and Conference Centre 4177 Albert Street.  Clients must be Metis and a resident of SK - register at 1-855-295-7180

AT THE LIBRARY = ALBERT BRANCH (306) 777-6076

Check out these programs at our LIBRARY!

Registration is Required for these Programs:  regina.library.ca/attend or drop in or call 306-777-6076:  

1  Indigenous Image Silk Screen on a Cloth bag - Must attend both sessions.  Teens welcome.  Saturday, September 15 and September 22 - 1:30 - 3:30.

2.  Beaded Poppies:  Project will take 3 sessions.  Teens Welcome.  Saturday, September 22, September 29 and October 6  9:30 - 11:30 a.m.  

3.  Beading Circle - Saturday, October 13 and October 20 10:00 - 12:00

4.  Creative Bookbinding - Wednesday, September 26 6:00 - 8:45 p.m.

DROP IN PROGRAMS - JUST GO to Albert Branch

  1.  First Nations Language Speaking Circle:  Cree.  Thursdays September 6 - Nov. 29 4:30 - 6:00
  2. Pathfinder:  Tabletop Adventures Party - Role-playing game.  Thursdays - October 4 - Nov. 29 3:30 - 5:00 pm
  3. Beginner’s Yoga - Wear loose fitting clothes and bring a water bottle.  Fridays - September 7 - November 30 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.