Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
SPECIAL: Slow roasted beef & gravy on a bun. Served with warm potato salad. $6.00
SALAD: Create your own salad $4.00 Use a variety of our fresh ingredients including spinach, onions, hard boiled egg, mushrooms, strawberries, mandarin oranges, bacon, walnuts, feta and more.
SNACK: Homemade mac n’ cheese served with a slice of garlic toast. $5.00
SANDWICH: Chicken salad sandwich on fresh bread. $3.50
DESSERT: Mini cheesecake $.75, Puff wheat square $.50
Students interested in applying for any of the RAP positions at Shell or DOW Chemicals must complete the safety modules (HCS 3000 and 3010) in advance.
This also applies to students wishing to do work experience this summer.
If you have questions, please contact Mr. C.
Sting Football Fundraiser
Fort Sting Football is selling Discount Cards for our 2018 major fundraiser. These cards are $20 and are valid until June 2019. There are multi use discounts and single use discounts for a whole bunch of different Fort Saskatchewan businesses.
Please see the Bulletin Board, the tv announcements,
or see Mr. Vandermeulen for more details.
If any students are looking for volunteer hours, we have two events coming up that we are always looking for volunteers for.
One is the Legacy Park Family Festival on June 2nd.
The link to the application is below.
The other is Canada Day.
If you have any questions please contact Diane Yanch at 780.992.6261.
Saturday, May 26th, 5:30 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Please join us at YouthFest in Legacy Park in Fort Saskatchewan
iPlay Game Theatre, Henna, Caricature Artist, Food Vendors, Art Walk,
Quadraphonic Band, Rapid Fire Theatre, Drag Show, and
Workshops on Graffiti Art, Poetry and Intro to Stencil Cutting and Streetwear.
Grad Ceremony and Prom Tickets will be on sale
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO PURCHASE TICKETS at Lunchtime
Ceremony Tickets are $20 each. Prom tickets $20 each
Girls Rugby: Practice Monday, May 21st at 7pm-JRC Field
Playoff Game Tuesday, May 22nd, Time and Place TBA
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Problems are not the problem; coping is the problem. ~Virginia Satir