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Daily Announcements – Aboriginal People’s Choice Awards!

The Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards are coming up! Click on the picture below to have a voice in this year’s Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards.

Click here to VOTE for your Edmonton nominees Shawn (Feenix) Bernard and Will Belcourt

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Letting Go Ceremony This Thursday Oct 6th in Block 3- Write a letter for someone, yourself, lost loved one, who is not able to hear or see it. Go with staff and students down by the river to burn it and it will be released to those that need to hear your words.

Daily Announcements

Rescheduled Sweat Date – The final sweat of the school year will take place on Friday, June 24th.  If you have not already signed up and would like to attend, please sign-up with your teachers.
Summer Job – Interested in applying to empoloyment at the West Edmonton Mall Amusement park, Home Depot, magazine store and other opportunities. See Tim or Neda this week.

Youth Job Fair – Looking for a summer job? Neda will be taking a group of students to the Youth Job Fair at Canada Place on June 23. Ask Tim or Neda for more details.

Art Walk Volunteers – Volunteers are needed for Art Walk on July 15-17, tasks include: sign posting and pickup, artist walkabouts, volunteer tent, booklet drop off. Please call the Paint Spot at 780-432-0240, or email artwalk@painspot.ca for more details.  You can also visit Art Walk for more details on the event.

Wondering what to do this summer? See Brandy in Student Services to find out about Edmonton’s summer youth programs.

Job Searching? – Neda and Tim are still helping students with interview skills, job interview clothing, resume updating, cover letter writing and job searches.

Certificates for your resume! – Don’t Have your WHIMIS or Fall Protection Certificate? Want your CSTS ticket to work on construction sites? See Tim.

Daily Announcements

Rescheduled Sweat Date – The final sweat of the school year will take place on Friday, June 24th.  If you have not already signed up and would like to attend, please sign-up with your teachers.
Summer Job – Interested in applying to empoloyment at the West Edmonton Mall Amusement park, Home Depot, magazine store and other opportunities. See Tim or Neda this week.

Youth Job Fair – Looking for a summer job? Neda will be taking a group of students to the Youth Job Fair at Canada Place on June 23. Ask Tim or Neda for more details.

Art Walk Volunteers – Volunteers are needed for Art Walk on July 15-17, tasks include: sign posting and pickup, artist walkabouts, volunteer tent, booklet drop off. Please call the Paint Spot at 780-432-0240, or email artwalk@painspot.ca for more details.  You can also visit Art Walk for more details on the event.

Wondering what to do this summer? See Brandy in Student Services to find out about Edmonton’s summer youth programs.

FLASHMOB – Looking for something different to do? Wanna be a part of something fun? Love to dance? Participate in a FLASHMOB for the feats Festival Of Dance. No experience required. Ask Neda for more information.

Job Searching? – Neda and Tim are still helping students with interview skills, job interview clothing, resume updating, cover letter writing and job searches.

Certificates for your resume! – Don’t Have your WHIMIS or Fall Protection Certificate? Want your CSTS ticket to work on construction sites? See Tim.

Daily Announcements

Sweat Postponed – Due to the huge amount of rain that has fallen, and continues to fall, the sweat scheduled for Monday, June 20th, has been postponed until later this week. Please continue to check these announcements for the rescheduled date. Students who already signed up for the June 20th sweat need not re-register for the rescheduled sweat. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Art Walk Volunteers – Volunteers are needed for Art Walk on July 15-17, tasks include: sign posting and pickup, artist walkabouts, volunteer tent, booklet drop off. Please call the Paint Spot at 780-432-0240, or email artwalk@painspot.ca for more details.  You can also visit Art Walk for more details on the event.

Wondering what to do this summer? See Brandy in Student Services to find out about Edmonton’s summer youth programs.

FLASHMOB – Looking for something different to do? Wanna be a part of something fun? Love to dance? Participate in a FLASHMOB for the feats Festival Of Dance. No experience required. Ask Neda for more information.

Job Searching? – Neda and Tim are still helping students with interview skills, job interview clothing, resume updating, cover letter writing and job searches.

Certificates for your resume! – Don’t Have your WHIMIS or Fall Protection Certificate? Want your CSTS ticket to work on construction sites? See Tim.

 

 

Daily Announcements

Art Walk Volunteers – Volunteers are needed for Art Walk on July 15-17, tasks include: sign posting and pickup, artist walkabouts, volunteer tent, booklet drop off. Please call the Paint Spot at 780-432-0240, or email artwalk@painspot.ca for more details.  You can also visit Art Walk for more details on the event.

Sweat – There will be a final student sweat of the school year on Monday, June 20th. If you wish to attend, please inform your teachers and they will sign you up. There is only room for 10 students and assured spots are on a first come first served basis. The van will depart @ 9:30 AM and return by 2:45 PM.

Wondering what to do this summer? See Brandy in Student Services to find out about Edmonton’s summer youth programs.

FLASHMOB – Looking for something different to do? Wanna be a part of something fun? Love to dance? Participate in a FLASHMOB for the feats Festival Of Dance. No experience required. Ask Neda for more information.

Job Searching? – Neda and Tim are still helping students with interview skills, job interview clothing, resume updating, cover letter writing and job searches.

Certificates for your resume! – Don’t Have your WHIMIS or Fall Protection Certificate? Want your CSTS ticket to work on construction sites? See Tim.

Daily Announcements

Sweat – There will be a final student sweat of the school year on Monday, June 20th. If you wish to attend, please inform your teachers and they will sign you up. There is only room for 10 students and assured spots are on a first come first served basis. The van will depart @ 9:30 AM and return by 2:45 PM.

Grad Meeting – There is a grad meeting Thursday June 16th block 4 in the Conference room. All grads and exiting students must attend.

Wondering what to do this summer? See Brandy in Student Services to find out about Edmonton’s summer youth programs.

FLASHMOB – Looking for something different to do? Wanna be a part of something fun? Love to dance? Participate in a FLASHMOB for the feats Festival Of Dance. No experience required. Ask Neda for more information.

Job Searching? – Neda and Tim are still helping students with interview skills, job interview clothing, resume updating, cover letter writing and job searches.

Certificates for your resume! – Don’t Have your WHIMIS or Fall Protection Certificate? Want your CSTS ticket to work on construction sites? See Tim.

Daily Announcements

Student Finance – Student finance meeting for all funded students next Tuesday at 11:30 in the VC room.

Quit Smoking! – Smoking cessation packages sponsored by Alberta Health Services are available at front desk for those students who wish to quit smoking!

Calling All Campers – Anyone hoping to go on the camping trip to Goldeye Lake from May 24-26 needs to attend a short meeting in the Video Conference Room on Tuesday at 12:45. Make sure you are there.

Job Searching? – Neda and Tim are still helping students with interview skills, job interview clothing, resume updating, cover letter writing and job searches.

Certificates for your resume! – Don’t Have your WHIMIS or Fall Protection Certificate? Want your CSTS ticket to work on construction sites? See Tim.

BSEC Career Fair – Want to connect with an employer, not sure how? What does it take to get into NAIT? Get these answers and more at Boyle Street Education Centre’s (BSEC) Education and Career Fair. When: May 18, 2011: 11am-12:45pm Where: BSEC Video Conference Room Ask Tim and Neda for more information.

Volunteer! Watch Concerts! Watch games! Do you like concerts, football games? You can volunteer to 5 events at a concession stand at Common Wealth Stadium. Wrapping food, serving pop, filling ice and condiments and cash register skills will be learned. During your shift you get free food at breaks. After 5 events you can do pre-event work, then grab your free food and watch the game or concert! Ask Mary, Neda or Tim regarding this opportunity.

Home Depot – Westmount is hiring!

Goldeye Camp 2011 – Students and staff will be going on a 3 day – 2 night camping trip to Goldeye Lake. We will be leaving on May 24 and returning on May 26. If you would like to go, sign up with your homeroom teacher. The camp is right after the long weekend, so if you intend to go do not delay returning to school.

ID – The next ID session with Roxanne will be Wednesday, June 1st, after lunch

Interested in fun, free activities this summer? The Leisure Access program gives low-income families free use of City of Edmonton recreation facilities and attractions for one year! Please see Brandy in student services for more info, or check out: www.edmonton.ca/lap

Sweat – There will be a sweat on Monday, May 16th. If you are interested in attending, please sign-up with your teachers. The van will leave at 9:30 AM and will return to the school by 2:45PM. There is only room for 10 students so don’t wait to sign-up.

Want to be an Actor/Actress!? The Producers of Blackstone, Prairie Dog Film + Television, will be holding an open casting call for Aboriginal Youth aged 14-24 on June 3rd, 2011, at the Stanley A. Milner Library. A sign up sheet will be provided prior to June 3rd and auditions will be conducted by the sign in sheet and then on a first come, first serve basis. Individuals will be called into the casting session one at a time and will read their lines on camera. Auditions will take approximately 5-10 minutes each. The casting call will run from 9:30am – 12:00pm with a one-hour lunch break and then return for the afternoon session from 1:00pm – 4:00pm. Please call Doreen or Tania at (780)378-9609 for more information, or visit www.dreamspeakers.org under Events – YOUTH DAY!

Housing List! The new housing list for May is now available in student services and online on the BSEC website!

Daily Announcements

Student Finance – Student finance meeting for all funded students next Tuesday at 11:30 in the VC room.

Quit Smoking! – Smoking cessation packages sponsored by Alberta Health Services are available at front desk for those students who wish to quit smoking!

Calling All Campers – Anyone hoping to go on the camping trip to Goldeye Lake from May 24-26 needs to attend a short meeting in the Video Conference Room on Tuesday at 12:45. Make sure you are there.

Job Searching? – Neda and Tim are still helping students with interview skills, job interview clothing, resume updating, cover letter writing and job searches.

Certificates for your resume! – Don’t Have your WHIMIS or Fall Protection Certificate? Want your CSTS ticket to work on construction sites? See Tim.

BSEC Career Fair – Want to connect with an employer, not sure how? What does it take to get into NAIT? Get these answers and more at Boyle Street Education Centre’s (BSEC) Education and Career Fair. When: May 18, 2011: 11am-12:45pm Where: BSEC Video Conference Room Ask Tim and Neda for more information.

Volunteer! Watch Concerts! Watch games! Do you like concerts, football games? You can volunteer to 5 events at a concession stand at Common Wealth Stadium. Wrapping food, serving pop, filling ice and condiments and cash register skills will be learned. During your shift you get free food at breaks. After 5 events you can do pre-event work, then grab your free food and watch the game or concert! Ask Mary, Neda or Tim regarding this opportunity.

Home Depot – Westmount is hiring!

Goldeye Camp 2011 – Students and staff will be going on a 3 day – 2 night camping trip to Goldeye Lake. We will be leaving on May 24 and returning on May 26. If you would like to go, sign up with your homeroom teacher. The camp is right after the long weekend, so if you intend to go do not delay returning to school.

ID – The next ID session with Roxanne will be Wednesday, June 1st, after lunch

Interested in fun, free activities this summer? The Leisure Access program gives low-income families free use of City of Edmonton recreation facilities and attractions for one year! Please see Brandy in student services for more info, or check out: www.edmonton.ca/lap

Sweat – There will be a sweat on Monday, May 16th. If you are interested in attending, please sign-up with your teachers. The van will leave at 9:30 AM and will return to the school by 2:45PM. There is only room for 10 students so don’t wait to sign-up.

Want to be an Actor/Actress!? The Producers of Blackstone, Prairie Dog Film + Television, will be holding an open casting call for Aboriginal Youth aged 14-24 on June 3rd, 2011, at the Stanley A. Milner Library. A sign up sheet will be provided prior to June 3rd and auditions will be conducted by the sign in sheet and then on a first come, first serve basis. Individuals will be called into the casting session one at a time and will read their lines on camera. Auditions will take approximately 5-10 minutes each. The casting call will run from 9:30am – 12:00pm with a one-hour lunch break and then return for the afternoon session from 1:00pm – 4:00pm. Please call Doreen or Tania at (780)378-9609 for more information, or visit www.dreamspeakers.org under Events – YOUTH DAY!

Housing List! The new housing list for May is now available in student services and online on the BSEC website!

Daily Announcements

Job Fair

Job Fair

Goldeye Camp 2011 – Students and staff will be going on a 3 day – 2 night camping trip to Goldeye Lake. We will be leaving on May 24 and returning on May 26. If you would like to go, sign up with your homeroom teacher. The camp is right after the long weekend, so if you intend to go do not delay returning to school.

ID – The next ID session with Roxanne will be Wednesday, June 1st, after lunch

Interested in fun, free activities this summer? The Leisure Access program gives low-income families free use of City of Edmonton recreation facilities and attractions for one year! Please see Brandy in student services for more info, or check out: www.edmonton.ca/lap

Sweat – There will be a sweat on Monday, May 16th. If you are interested in attending, please sign-up with your teachers. The van will leave at 9:30 AM and will return to the school by 2:45PM. There is only room for 10 students so don’t wait to sign-up.

Want to be an Actor/Actress!? The Producers of Blackstone, Prairie Dog Film + Television, will be holding an open casting call for Aboriginal Youth aged 14-24 on June 3rd, 2011, at the Stanley A. Milner Library. A sign up sheet will be provided prior to June 3rd and auditions will be conducted by the sign in sheet and then on a first come, first serve basis. Individuals will be called into the casting session one at a time and will read their lines on camera. Auditions will take approximately 5-10 minutes each. The casting call will run from 9:30am – 12:00pm with a one-hour lunch break and then return for the afternoon session from 1:00pm – 4:00pm. Please call Doreen or Tania at (780)378-9609 for more information, or visit www.dreamspeakers.org under Events – YOUTH DAY!

Housing List! The new housing list for May is now available in student services and online on the BSEC website!

WHMIS Ticket? Students who would like to get their WHMIS ticket please contact Tim.

Daily Announcements

Goldeye Camp 2011 – Students and staff will be going on a 3 day – 2 night camping trip to Goldeye Lake. We will be leaving on May 24 and returning on May 26. If you would like to go, sign up with your homeroom teacher. The camp is right after the long weekend, so if you intend to go do not delay returning to school.

Interested in fun, free activities this summer? The Leisure Access program gives low-income families free use of City of Edmonton recreation facilities and attractions for one year! Please see Brandy in student services for more info, or check out: www.edmonton.ca/lap

Sweat – There will be a sweat on Monday, May 16th. If you are interested in attending, please sign-up with your teachers. The van will leave at 9:30 AM and will return to the school by 2:45PM. There is only room for 10 students so don’t wait to sign-up.

Want to be an Actor/Actress!? The Producers of Blackstone, Prairie Dog Film + Television, will be holding an open casting call for Aboriginal Youth aged 14-24 on June 3rd, 2011, at the Stanley A. Milner Library. A sign up sheet will be provided prior to June 3rd and auditions will be conducted by the sign in sheet and then on a first come, first serve basis. Individuals will be called into the casting session one at a time and will read their lines on camera. Auditions will take approximately 5-10 minutes each. The casting call will run from 9:30am – 12:00pm with a one-hour lunch break and then return for the afternoon session from 1:00pm – 4:00pm. Please call Doreen or Tania at (780)378-9609 for more information, or visit www.dreamspeakers.org under Events – YOUTH DAY!

Housing List! The new housing list for May is now available in student services and online on the BSEC website!

Need a way to build up your resume? Head out to the 2011 Festival Volunteer fair at City Hall, TODAY from 11:00 am – 7:00 pm. Ask Tim or Neda for more info or check out the website: http://volunteeredmonton.com/

WHMIS Ticket? Students who would like to get their WHMIS ticket please contact Tim.

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