“ME to WE” is partnering with St. F.X. University in Nova Scotia to bring young people from across Canada together for a one-of-a-kind leadership training experience, and we are currently looking for students to apply. The program is a one week leadership training program, which offers students the chance to live on campus, participate in workshops hosted by St. F.X. and “ME to WE”, and create an action plan focused on their personal leadership development. Applicants must be currently enrolled in Grade 10 or 11, please see Mrs. Skelhorn in RMC340 or Mme Starratt in RMC141 for details to apply.
Believe in Hope is an organization that promotes awareness and provides education on mental health services from the IWK. Believe in Hope will be selling jewelry made by Amos Pewter of Mahone Bay in memory of Alexis Fletcher. The organization’s mission, through the sale of this jewelry, is to help more young people recognize the signs and symptoms of mental illness and get early diagnosis and treatment. The profits from the sale of the jewelry will go directly to the Alexis Fletcher IWK Adolescent Mental Health Endowment which provides funding for schools in Nova Scotia for education and awareness on severe mental illness disorders. The jewelry will be sold at Halifax West High School at lunch time on Thurs. May 26th and Fri. May 27th for $20 per piece. Cash only.
Together in partnership Acadia University and The Black Educators Association are pleased to
now be accepting applications for this year's Kamp Kujichagulia. KUJICHAGULIA (pronounced
koo-gee-cha-goo-LEE-ah) is the second of the seven principles of Kwanzaa. For more information, please see the bulletin board outside of Guidance.
There will be a full prom committee meeting at lunch in room c149. Everyone is welcome. Once again, we hope to see all those interested in helping out on the prom committee for a brief meeting today in C149 at lunch.
A reminder to the boy’s softball team of the practice today at Westridge Field @ 3:30. Anyone unable to attend is asked to see Mr. Rudolph in room C127.