DAILY BULLETIN 

Monday, December 11, 2017

 

CAFETERIA

Chinese food!

Your choice of Thai bites, ginger beef, sweet & sour sauce, crab and cream cheese filled wontons, pan fried pot stickers, chow Mein noodles, stir fried veggies and rice of course.

 

Each plate includes your choice of rice or noodle and the following:

2 items - $4.00

3 items - $6.00

5 times - $8.00

 

Dessert:  Assorted cakes $1.50

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

FIRST NATIONS, MÉTIS AND INUIT: We would like to begin by acknowledging that we are on traditional lands, known as Treaty 6 and that Fort Saskatchewan High School and all the people here are beneficiaries of this peace and friendship treaty. Treaty 6 includes the traditional territories of the Metis and numerous First Nations, including Cree, Dene (DEN–Ē), Stoney-Nakota Sioux (SUE), Saulteaux (SO-TO), and Ojibwe (OJIB-WĒ). Fort Saskatchewan High School is dedicated to ensuring that the spirit of Treaty 6 is honoured and respected.

 

STUDENT LEADERSHIP: For all students who are eager to become involved in leadership opportunities at Fort High, come to room 24 every Wednesday at 11:05. This will be a great opportunity to continue to make your school and community an exciting place to be.

 

BEE THERE: BEE There Squad meets tomorrow at 3:30 for 30 minutes of fitness fun. Everyone’s welcome. Just have to BEE There to find out what it’s all about!

 

VOLUNTEERING: Fort Sting Football has been given to opportunity to participate in the Fort Saskatchewan Food Bank Food Drive on Saturday December 16th. Volunteers will be handing out the hampers and loading cars for the morning. If you have any questions or would like to volunteer see Mr. Vandermeulen.

We hope lots of players can come out to help spread the Christmas cheer!

 

FORT HIGH CHRISTMAS HAMPERS: Reminder to all classes that collections of hampers will be on Dec.13th.

Fact: While we usually picture the poorest of Canadians as those who use the food bank the most, only 5% of food bank users are homeless, and only 20% live in social housing. The other 75% of food bank users either pay rent or own homes, they are in fact more likely to resemble your neighbor than those you who live on the street. By donating to your class hamper, you save a family the choice between paying bills and eating food, while letting them feel the holiday joy many of us enjoy!

 

STUDENT SERVICES

DIPLOMA EXAMS: Grade 12 students that are interested in registering for diploma exam preparation courses can find more information on the grad bulletin board or pick up a flyer in Student Services.

 

SPORTS

Any students interested in score keeping basketball, please see Mr. Grainger in room 59.

 

QUOTE OF THE DAY

“Wisdom outweighs any wealth.” ~ Sophocles