ANNOUNCEMENTS Friday, April 22, 2016
Grade 12s and grade 11s please note that over the next week a number (2) of representatives of universities outside of Canada will be at our school to talk to students. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the intricacies of applying to foreign countries. The University of Warwick will be in the quiet room of the library at 2:30 today. On Monday NYU (New York University) will be in the library at 8:30 am
Grade 12 students are reminded to check the updated scholarship list posted outside of student services.
Led by spectacular goaltending by Alex Mitchell, the Boys Lacrosse team got by Auburn Drive winning 4-1. Cheetah scorers were Mitch Broussard, Ian Oyler, Evan Seward, and Conner Aquanno. The boys face PA in semi-final action tonight at 9PM at the Cheetah-Dome . The winner of this game advances to the Championship game Saturday at 11:30. Come on out and support your Cheetahs!
DELF: All grade 12 French Immersion students who submitted their forms for DELF and did not get the chance to write the exam in April, please see Mme Lo at noon today in LS 206.
Co-op Interviews – On Wednesday, Thursday & Friday (April 27, 28 29) interviews will be held for potential co-op students for next year. Students are expected to check the schedule posted on the library glass and outside room 223 and meet with Mr. Rhymes and their guidance counsellor at the scheduled date and time. Interviews will be approximately 10/12 minutes in length and students will return directly to their class.
CPA Boys Slo Pitch (Softball) tryouts next Tuesday and Thursday on the turf in front of CPA. If you have any questions or concerns, please see Mr. Schofield (325), Mr. Young (339) or Mr. Hirtle (306).
TECH CLUB: Any student or teacher who is interested in a hands-on demonstration of Microsoft’s new Hololens is asked to please add their name to the sign-up list on the second floor cement column near 224. Based on the response received, additional sessions will be planned for Wednesdays at lunch and possibly after school. The Hololens represents the future of the human-computer interface and at present, this is the only one in all of Canada. Don’t miss a unique opportunity for a personal demonstration.