Thursday, March 1, 2018
HS Day 2


Red Pine Leadership camp: Are you interested in attending a leadership camp run by Red Pine camp.  A one week overnight camp, for youth entering grades 7-11, will run the last week of August.  The camp will focus on leadership training.  Days at camp are filled with games, sports, drama, swimming, crafts, boating, low ropes course and so much more. If you are interested, or would like more information, please see Mrs. Byrne in Student Services.  Deadline to apply is March 15th.  

Ottawa University’s Mini Medical School presents:
-       6 week courses on Thursday Evenings from April 12, 2018 - May 17, 2018 at the The Ottawa Hospital, Civic Campus and/or
-       DOC for a Day on Tues., April 24, 2018 in the evening at the University of Ottawa Skills and Simulation Centre.
For more information, please visit their website at: or call 

Teen Tech Winter Clubs for students from Grade 7 -10 at Ottawa University on Saturdays from January 20 to March 24. For more information and pricing, please visit or call 613 562 5491

Looking for Math Enrichment opportunities in our community? If so, Carleton University's Math Enrichment Centre is offering a new course: Math Connections in Arts, Science and Beyond, for Grade 8 to 10 students. Classes will run from Sept. 26, 2017 to April 2018 on Tuesday evenings from 6 - 7:30 PM. Course details and online registration form can be found at: For more information, please contact the course instructor David Salusbury at:


Girls Indoor Soccer:There will be a tryout for any girls interested in trying out for an indoor 7 vs 7 soccer tournament. Tryouts will be March 6th and 7th at 7:30am in the wood floor gym. (CN March 7)

Read-A-Thon students: A big thank you to all of this year's Read-A-Thon students and to all of their sponsors. If you did not get a chance to complete the Read-A-Thon Wish List, you can still make requests for LC resources (books, technology...) all week at the LC front desk. Thanks again! (NBD March 2)

8 Swim Team - Tryouts will take place at MINTO Recreation Complex March 5 & 7th from 3:00 - 4:00 pmPlease attend both tryouts. Competitive and non-competitive swimmers welcome and no background is necessary. Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from the pool. Permission forms are posted outside of room 234. All swimmers are reminded to bring their permission form to Mme Pendergest prior to the first tryout. Please note that students who make the team must be able to commit to practices on Tuesdays & Thursdays between April 10 - May 3rd. The Swim Meet will be on May 9th, 2018. (CP March 7)

The Learning Commons' clubs have begun, but new members are always welcome.  The Makerspace and Red Maple books clubs start at the beginning of the lunch period and students are asked to bring their lunches with them.
  • The Makerspace club is a fun club that includes crafts, Lego, knitting and so much more. This club will meet Tuesdays for Grade 7s and Thursdays for Grade 8s. 
  • Our Red Maple book club will meet every Friday at lunch. This year's club will be reading up to 10 Canadian Fiction selections selected specifically for students in grades 7 and 8. The titles have been announced and will be discussed at this week's meeting. 
The Learning Commons lunch passes: Please stop at the Learning Commons' main desk, before 8:35am, and sign out your pass for the day. 
·         Grade 7: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
·         Grade 8: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday


Any high school girls who currently plays Ringette and are interested in playing in a one-day school tournament are asked to see Mr Pelletier in room 110 before the break. (MP March 5)

HS After-School Literacy Prep Course is cancelled on March 6th, 2018, but will resume March 8th. (CP March 6)

Swim Team: Friday, March 2nd will be our award ceremony in room 310. Bring something to drink, lunch is provided! Any dietary restrictions should be given to Mr. Côté before Wednesday. (PC, Mar 2)

Blood Donation Next Monday March 5th - all students who have handed in their paperwork and any other students who are interested in donating blood, please come and see Ms. Soprovich in room 202 on Thursday, March 1st at the beginning of lunch. Confirming numbers and eligibility. (SS March 1)

Biology Competition: Meeting on Friday, March 2nd at lunch in room 202. Students will be requested to confirm their intention to participate in the event. Review will be handed out as well. (SS March 2)

Peer Helpers: There will be a Peer Helper meeting Wednesday, Feb 28th in room 310 at lunch. We've been approved for funding and we'd love some ideas for initiatives we could bring to the school before the end of the year. (PC Feb 28)
REACH FOR THE TOP: Spectators are more than welcome to attend. You can bring lunch, but no school bags.
Participants can access the tourney schedule on the Reach website at dates are be continuously updated. 

GAME 12 
Tuesday February 27, 2018 
Learning Commons Seminar Room 11:35  

GAME 13  
Thursday March 1, 2018
Learning Commons Seminar Room 11:35 

The Learning Commons' clubs have begun, but new members are always welcome.  The Makerspace and White Pine books clubs start at the beginning of the lunch period and students are asked to bring their lunches with them.
  • The Makerspace club is a fun club that includes crafts, Lego, knitting and so much more. This club will meet every Monday during HS lunch. 
  • Our White Pine book club will meet every Friday at lunch. This year's club will be reading up to 10 Fiction selections selected specifically for students in grades 9-12. The titles have been announced and will be discussed at this week's meeting. 
Calling all business minded students! … Are you interested in biz department news, biz club news, and opportunities galore?  (business volunteer experience, job fairs for paid jobs, lunch & learns, special in school sales, business competitions, extra seats on field trips, and more!!!! Keep your phone on the pulse of Titans Den by clicking on the link below to join the info group. (For reference, our class code is @3a9cbh.)  Also, if you would like to become an active “member at large” in our club, please meet us each Monday at the start of lunch in room 216! New members are WELCOME!


The STUDENT SERVICES WEBSITE at is set up as an information tool, including information about: Community Service Hours Opportunities, Courses, Careers, Graduation, Scholarships, etc.

March Break On-Campus Opportunities:
Open House, Algonquin College Saturday, March 17 between 10 am - 2 pm
Campus Tours, Algonquin College, March 12 and 14 between 10 am – 1 pm
Academic Days & Campus Tours, Carleton University, March Break - various
Open House, uOttawa, March 17 between 9 am - 4 pm
Campus tours or Student for a day, St. Paul University, March Break - various 

Are you thinking about coming to Algonquin College? How does up to $5,000 towards your tuition sound?

NAV CANADA’s Explore Aviation Summer Camp - this summer, 20 girls entering Grade 10 in September 2018, will gather from July 15th - 20th. Their mission: one week of learning with a focus on aviation (fly drones, practice air traffic control and flight service sessions in real world training simulators, interact with industry speakers). Applications for this all-expenses-paid camp are due March 9th.
(KW March 9)

Are you looking to attend a US College or University? Understand all aspects of the US College Admissions process, from selection, application, financing and student athlete considerations. An info session will take place on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 6-9pm at the National Gallery.  For more info visit:

Carleton University March Break 2008 - March 10, 12-17. Campus Tour Days are March 12-15. See poster outside of Student Services and/or check

MEI International Academy High School Courses Abroad: Upcoming Info Meeting is being held at the Ottawa Public Library Main Branch at 120 Metcalfe, on Saturday, January 20th, 2018 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. 
Scholarships are available. Visit

OCSB Baysitting Course: Our OCSB Continuing and Community Education Department is offering the Canada Safety Council babysitting training course at our school for the winter 2018 session. Dates are: Saturday, January 13th, February 3rd or March 3rd, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.  The cost is $70. Students must be 12 years of age, must establish a passing grade of 75% on the final exam to receive their certificate. Students are asked to bring their own lunch and snacks to the class. Register online at: (KW March 3)

The Milk Bag Club will be meeting on Thursdays from 11:30 am to 12 noon. These are the upcoming dates for this school year: February 15, 2018; March 8 2018; April 19, 2018; April 26, 2018; May 17, 2018 and May 24, 2018.

GRADE 12’s:


Prom FAQ Lunch - Do you have any questions about this year's Prom?  We can help! Please stop by Room 112 at lunch on Wednesday, March 7th. We will be there to answer any questions about the schedule of the evening, ticket sales, seating arrangements, and other frequently asked questions.  Hope to see you there! (CH March 7)

Nokia Future Tech Internship 2018: If you are a student going into grade 12 who is curious, interested or has a passion
​ for Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics, this is the internship for you. The Future Tech Internship is a 7-week program that will have you working alongside Nokia engineering teams solving real, technical problems. Over the course of the summer, you will contribute to meaningful work while receiving support and valuable lessons from a Nokia Future Tech Mentor. You will discover new possibilities and skills that will help you make an impact on the future of technology. The deadline to apply is March 9​, 2018.  See posters outside Student Services.  If you have questions about the program, go to: (KW March 9)


LF Volunteers: KIDSFEST Ottawa, Saturday, March 3rd from 8:30am-4:00pm (can be all day or a block of 4 hours)
Sunday, March 4th from 9:00am-4:00pm (can be all day or block of 4 hours) 
A volunteer t-shirt is provided, casual dress (jeans, bk pants ok).
Lunch and water provided. Student volunteers will be assigned various jobs such as: ticket scanning, info booth, requesting attendees to complete surveys, supervising the bouncy castle, supervising the Green Room (performers room/items), assisting exhibitors at their booth (some may have interactive displays), assisting exhibitors engage children to get involved them involved in an activity. The students should speak English and/or French (other languages helpful)
The students should enjoy a loud and lively and public environment.  
Children attending KIDSFEST are accompanied by an adult at all times; however, children may get lost (or parent) and the student volunteer may need to help SHOW Management. Students in drama, performing arts, early childcare and social work studies would most likely enjoy helping at this event. (KW March 3)


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