Daily Bulletin

Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Graduates!  Come to the office and pick up your grad tickets!


Slo-Pitch - Tough loss for the STING last night, but a great effort; 18-14 vs Bellerose. Thanks to all the dedicated players for such a fun season!  Mrs. P and Coach Teej had a blast. We will get 'em next year. 

Please return your jerseys to the Foods room ASAP, no later than Friday.


Best DoggoPictures and QR code are in the foyer today!  Please get your votes in.  The draw will take place today May 30.


Fort High School Doors Locked

Effective June 1st, all outside doors will be locked throughout the day.  The front door will be unlocked until 8:45 am and again during the lunch hour.  For entrance during the day, please ring the bell at the front door.


Grad theme week is June 5-9 and will include a MANDATORY rehearsal for all Grads on June 9 starting at 10:45, with a free lunch provided after.  Students on spares must still be in attendance! 

June 5 – Career Day – Dress as your future career or maybe just and older version of yourself including your new post-secondary gear.

June 6 – Hero Day – Who is your hero?  A book or movie character? An Athlete? Maybe Mr. S?  Bring your hero vibes!

June 7 – Decade Day – Choose your look from a decade of your choice.

June 8 – Beach Day – Dress in your best (and appropriate) beach wear.  The grade 12s are taking over the student parking lot during the lunch break. If any students in grades 10 or 11 drive, please make alternate parking arrangements. – Mr. Starko

June 9 – Walking Yearbook – T-shirts will be supplied, bring a Sharpie


NEW! Scholarship News – there are a number of scholarships to apply for this year.  Please go to Student Services for more information.


Book Return – if you have textbooks and/or library material from last semester or have items you are finished with from this semester, please return them to the library as soon as possible.


The FINAL grad list is up by the front door of the office. If you have questions, please see:  Last names A-L:  Ms. P, M-Z:  Mr. V


Cafeteria Today

Special - BLT served with homemade chips $7.00

Salad - Chicken Caesar with garlic toast $6.00

Sandwich - Chicken Twisters $6.00

Student Special - Cheeseburger Pasta with a slice of garlic toast $5.00

Dessert - Cookies $1.00, Ice cream treats $2.00


Summer Opportunity: Foundations in Industry Workplace Safety – July 4-14

Elk Island Public Schools is offering Foundations in Industry Workplace Safety for Summer 2023:

In addition to earning five high school credits, students will also obtain credentials in specific areas of workplace safety in partnership with industry-safety experts.  Students must complete all learning components of the course to receive credentialing.  Please go to Student Services for courses offered and registration information.


Diploma Exam Prep Sessions - https://www.eipscontinuinged.ca/

The poster with the QR code is on the job/post-secondary board across from student services as well, if you have students who are looking for the information.

Courses are designed for preparing students to write their Grade 12 diploma exams.  The material presented is based on a 12-hour schedule over a weekend. Courses will run from 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with a half hour break for lunch.  Course will be offered at Salisbury Composite High School (20 Festival Way) in Sherwood Park. Students can only register for one review course each weekend. Cost is $125 per course. Space is limited for each course, please encourage students to register early to avoid missing out.

June 8-10 ELA 30-1 and Social 30-1

June 10-11 Math 30-1 and Math 30-2

June 17-18 Biology 30, Chemistry 30, Physics 30, and Science


Student Opportunity Board: There are a significant number of new opportunities coming up for spring positions across a wide range of positions and interests. Please see the EIPS Career Pathways website for more information or go to Student Services as postings are updated frequently.


NAIT still has spots available for Fall 2023 Business Programs – Business Administration Diploma and Bachelor of Business Administration Degree.   Please go to NAIT.ca for more information.


Community News

Families First is hiring 4 Summer Play Facilitators for Camp Connect.  Please go to Student Services for more information.

Rainbow Alliance - The Bridge – 10307 – 100 Avenue, Suite 2 - May 26 and June 30 from 6-8 pm.

Pride Week Starts June 9thPosters will be up around the school with information for the week.