Daily Bulletin


Tuesday Nov 30, 2021

Last Day of November


Free Lunch – Don’t forget to bring your ticket.




  • Absolutely no parking in the bus loop or in staff parking stalls. All students must remember to bring their own masks. 
  • We have put out all “Lost and found items on a table in front of the office. Please take a second to see if anything belongs to you.



Nov 30, Tuesday (Today) Senior Boys Basketball vs Oscar Romero @ 5:30

Dec 1, Wednesday Senior Boys Basketball vs Louis St. Laurent @ 5:30


Fort Saskatchewan High School is hosting a basketball tournament Dec 3 & 4

for both Senior Boys and Senior Girls Basketball.


Musical Theatre Production

Element Theatre presents The Crucible 

December 9th at the Shell Theatre - 12:15 pm  and 7:30 pm

Bake Sale

There is going to be a bake sale in the foyer on Thursday.  All items $1.00.  All proceeds going to the Jane Goodall “Feed the baby Chimpanzees.”  $35.00 buys 130 pounds of bananas.  $100 buys formula for a month for 1 chimpanzee.  These Chimpanzees are orphaned by poachers killing their mothers for bushmeat or to sell the babies as pets, zoos, circuses or for research.






At the end of the day, you will see a large advent calendar wheeled into the foyer.  This calendar is our “Reverse Advent Calendar” which will be in place until the last day of school before the break.

Starting on Nov 30th – we will be opening the 1st day which will represent the donation item to be collected on the following day (Dec 1st). 

We encourage students to collect donations through their P1 class and bring them down to our leadership room (room 27) on the day. 

For example: Dec 1st – collect as many canned or dried food as you can for the day, and bring down to room 27.

The leadership class will be keeping a tally to see which class donates the most and we will arrange for a prize to be delivered on the 21st. 

We are excited to start this and look forward to donating to some great organizations like the Fort Furniture Bank, Food Bank and Families First.

Happy Collecting!


Young Women in Trade & Technologies

Careers is breaking down barriers and paving a path for women in skilled trades and technologies.  Learn about opportunities available in a variety of industries and hear from some amazing companies dedicated to inclusion. Industrial Trades TODAY November 30 @ 5:00 pm See Students Services for Information



If you are interested in working full time this spring at either Shell or DOW Chemicals through the Registered Apprenticeship Program, now is the time to act. Interviews will take place late December or early January for jobs starting February 1st. There are several trades to choose from. If interested, please contact Mr. Christenson.


RBC Future Launch Scholarship

Are you stuck right now, but have a plan for how to achieve your dreams? The RBC Future Launch Scholarship will be awarded to those who show a clear vision for their future. For Canadian youth between 15-29 years old, enrolled part time in school or not in school at all, a Canadian Citizen or Permanent resident, Grades and transcripts are not required, Hundreds of scholarships available throughout the year, not working at RBC or a dependent of someone working at RBC

The $1,500 scholarship can be used for many different things, including: Short term courses, Workshops, Certificates, necessary equipment or books

 The application deadline is Dec. 15, 2021.


RBC Future Launch Scholarship for Indigenous Youth

Are you an Indigenous youth in Canada looking to pursue post-secondary education? The RBC Future Launch Scholarship for Indigenous Youth could help you achieve your post-secondary goals. The application deadline is Jan. 5, 2022. The RBC Future Launch Scholarship for Indigenous Youth will award 20 scholarships valued up to $10,000 each per year (up to four years) to First Nations, Inuit and Métis students across Canada demonstrating strong academic performance and community involvement. RBC has been providing a scholarship for Indigenous students to complete post-secondary education since 1992. To date, more than $1.8 million dollars have been awarded to 198 Indigenous youth across Canada pursuing post-secondary education.