“Are you applying to university or college this year? Don’t forget to apply for OSAP! There is more financial support available now than ever before, including grants that you don’t have to pay back. Get more info and apply at Ontario dot C-A slash OSAP (ontario.ca/osap).”
Employment North will be visiting GHS on February 12th during the lunch period to sign students up who are interested in working a part-time job in the spring and summer.
Student will be paid $14.00 per hour for 20 hours of workshops. Approximately half of the workshops will be completed independently and half will be completed at Employment North.
Flexible workshop schedules are available if needed.
If you are between 15 and 18 years of age and want to hear about the benefits of the program look for the Employment North booth during lunch on February 12th
Due to lack of sufficient enrolment, the two Dual Credit Programs in Lifestyle Management and Ideas & Imagery have been cancelled.
Volunteers are needed to score keep at a basketball tournament at GHS this Sunday. If you know how to keep score……..and are interested in earning volunteer hours……speak to Mrs. Schandlen in guidance following these announcements.
Report Cards will be handed out in Block D today. Students who have a spare during Block D can pick up their report cards in the office.
Today at lunch in the music room we finally reveal our choice for this year’s spring musical. Come out to the meeting if you’re interested in auditioning for the show or helping out with it in any way. It’s going to be a very exciting project, and we need all different kinds of talent on board, so come on out today at lunch for more information.
From the Sports Desk:
Today in sport history, W.G. Morgan of Massachusetts is credited with inventing the game of volleyball in 1895. Good luck to the Jr. and Midget girls today at their tournament and congratulations to the Midget girls for finishing their regular season in first place! Good luck at MPS next week!
Today is also the start of the 23rd Winter Olympiad in Pyeongchang, South Korea! On a historical note, Canada joined their first winter Olympics in 1924 in Chamonix, France. Canada’s hockey team won all 5 of their matches and outscored their opponents 110 – 3! Go Canada Go!