DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Early Out - Busses will not be here until 3:15

 

CAFETERIA

SPECIAL:  Oven baked Greek style salmon.  A 5 oz. salmon loin brushed with olive oil and Greek seasoning, topped with peppers, cherry tomatoes and crumbled feta and then oven roasted.  Served on a bed of wild rice with vegetables. $6.50
SNACK:  Chicken Quesadilla.  A flour tortilla stuffed with shredded cheese, salsa, fresh vegetables and seasoned diced chicken.  $5.00
SOUP:  Cream of tomato soup.  $2.50
SANDWICH:  Classic grilled cheese.  $3.50
DESSERT:  Creamy rich chocolate mousse $1.25

GENERAL INFORMATION

It Makes “Scents”: Please be aware of scents being used in the school. Some people have sensitivity to scents, so we kindly ask that you refrain from using any. Thank you for your cooperation.


Orange Shirt Day: A few years ago Williams Lake, British Columbia hosted a memorial event for the St. Joseph Mission (SJM) School. Former students were given a chance to share their memories from their time at residential schools, and the community took a step toward reconciliation by acknowledging and honoring their experiences. One student, Phyllis, told a story of having her brand new orange shirt taken away on her first day of residential school. The poignancy of her tale has inspired schools across Canada, to put on orange shirts of their own to celebrate reconciliation in their own communities. Orange Shirt Day is on September 28th so please join us in wearing an orange shirt.


Rudolph Hennig Yearbooks: Rudolph Hennig Yearbooks are in! If you ordered a yearbook from Rudolph Hennig last year please come to the office to pick yours up!

 

Student Council: If you are interested in planning fun school activities, there is a student council meeting tomorrow at lunch in Room 20.

TERRY FOX


March 9, 1977 – Terry discovers he has a malignant tumour in his right leg; the leg is amputated 15 centimetres (six inches) above the knee. The night before his amputation he reads about an amputee runner and dreams of running.
February 1979 – Terry begins training for his Marathon of Hope, a cross-Canada run to raise money for cancer research and awareness. During his training he runs over 5,000 kilometres (3,107 miles).



SPORTS

 

Volleyball - Wednesday, Sept 19

Sr. Boys at home vs. Leduc @ 5:00 pm

Sr. Girls at home vs. Christ the King @ 6:30 pm

 

Football Fan Bus: ONLY 1 DAY UNTIL GAME DAY!!!  For those who are coming on the fan bus, please dress warm, mitts, toque, warm footwear, bring blankets etc.  It is supposed to be a chilly evening. Bring a travel mug for hot chocolate!

On Game Day, anyone in the school that is wearing sting wear or sting colors, please come up to the cafeteria for free cake!



QUOTE OF THE DAY

“You can find peace amidst the storms that threaten you.” - Joseph B. Wirthlin