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Dear Graduating Student,

 

Congratulations on your upcoming high school graduation!

 

We know how much time, effort, and passion you have put into your instrument and/or voice, playing in Band and/or singing in Choir throughout elementary and high school.  We at the University of Regina Department of Music want you to keep the benefits of music in your life; studies continually show the tremendous positive effects of group music making.  Joyful music making is essential for a balanced and happy life!

 

If you are coming to study at the U of R, please consider our numerous opportunities to continue in our Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, Orchestra, Chamber Singers, Concert Choir, Jazz Band, and New Music Ensemble. All are welcome, whether you are studying here, or are a community member driving in for rehearsals.

 

For more information regarding participation in a certain ensemble please contact the director:

 

Concert Choir (Monday’s 4:30- 6:50pm)

Chamber Choir (Wednesday’s 4:30- 6:50pm) - dominic.gregorio@uregina.ca

Concert Band (Thursday’s 7:30 – 9:20pm) brent.ghiglione@uregina.ca

Wind Ensemble (Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30 – 6:50pm)- brent.ghiglione@uregina.ca

Jazz Ensemble (Wednesday’s  7:00 – 10:00pm) - chris.jacklin@uregina.ca

Orchestra (Tuesday’s 7:30 – 9:20pm)- alain.perron@uregina.ca

New Music Ensemble (1:30 – 3:30 pm) – helen.pridmore@uregina.ca

 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to make contact via email (brent.ghiglione@uregina.ca), or through our Music Department Facebook Page.

 

Again, congratulations, and we hope you will join us in making beautiful music…together!

 

Dominic Gregorio, DMA

Director of Choral Activities/ Assistant Professor

 

Faculty of Media + Art + Performance

 

Graduating Student invite letter.pdf

Thursday, June 15, 2017

  

STUDENT NEWS

 

**McTavish’s is Now Closed

 

**Lockers are to be cleaned out and locks removed by the end of the day on Friday.

 

**All Best Buddies and Peer Buddies are to bring their lunches and swim gear to Massey Pool today at lunch.  There will be swimming and games as we wind up our Best Buddies Year.

 

Campbell Alumni Basketball t-shirts- Last year these t-shirts sold out in record time.    We do have quite a few left over, but only in adult small, medium and XXL.  They do fit quite small, but the material is fantastic and they are very modern looking.  They are $20 to purchase.  Please see Mr. Anderson in Room 210 before they are gone!

To All Grade 12 Grads: Your prom is fast approaching and, as we have in the past, Wascana Florist’s “Rosie the Flower Truck” will be at Campbell between 11am  - 1:15 pm on Wednesday, June 14 if you wish to order boutonnieres or corsages. They will have samples and books for you to look at to see what can be ordered in time for graduation day. Staff will be on hand to take orders. They will be able to take cash or credit on site, or you can provide them with a parent/guardian contact and they can call them for their credit card number to process the payment.   If you want to look at ideas before you come visit the flower truck, you can visit their website at:  http://www.wascanaflowershop.com/corsage-boutineer/

Summer Driver Training –Forms are now available in the office for the summer classes which will be held at Winston Knoll Collegiate in July. 

 

Summer School application forms are now available in the main office and the Guidance office.

 

 

GUIDANCE

 

 

**(The same announcements including a direct link to sites are provided on our website under Guidance section)**

 

Film Camp

If you a student age 13-17 who is interested in a film and storytelling, you are invited to spend a week at the Film Camp. The camp will run from July 10th to July 14th and classes will run from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with a lunch break at noon.  Participants will learn how to create stories visually, using a variety of film and video equipment.

Participants will to try out different crew positions while working together to create a bunch of amazing short films.

At the end of the week the students can invite family and friends to their filmmaking presentation. For more

information please contact Mitch Doll, Programming Coordinator at 306-757-8818 or programs@fimpool.ca

Interested students can register at  http://www.fimpool.ca/filmcamp/

 

2017 Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards

Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards are open to all Aboriginal Canadians who have been out of

school for one year or more, who have since decided to return to an educational system, and who have now been back at school for at least one year.  Each recipient is

awarded $1,000 in recognition of his/her effort.  To qualify, applicant must be an Aboriginal Canadian; must have been out of school for one year or more; must have returned to school and have recently completed one year

of studies; and, have never received this award in the past. To apply, applicants must submit an essay which details applicant efforts to get an education, a completed application form, a school transcript or letter confirming that the applicant has completed one year of studies between January 2016 and August 2017 and a photocopy of a membership card or an official letter from a

community member confirming that the applicant is an Aboriginal Canadian.  The application deadline is August 31, 2017. For more information how to submit a completed application package and for an application form visit www./GoToApply.ca/CanadaPost

 

Your Future Scholarship

Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association are offering two $1,500 bursaries to Saskatchewan high school students who will be graduating in June 2017. Eligible candidates must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post-secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first year agriculture or veterinary medical program with the intent to work in the beef industry upon completion.  The bursaries will be awarded on the following criteria; an academic standing, leadership in a community and a demonstrated interest in the cattle sector. To apply, students need to submit a completed application including the following documents; one reference letter, a list of extracurricular activities and leadership initiatives, university/college acceptance letter, a high school transcript and 300 to 500 words application essay. The essay should explain “What role can you play in the future of beef production? How will you contribute to the cattle industry?” The application deadline is June 15, 2017. Application form available on www.beefcareers.ca The application including supporting documents can be emailed to beefisyourfuture@gmail.com or mailed: The Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan, Bay 6A-3602 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9

 

 

2017 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships

This year, Monsanto Canada will provide approximately 65 scholarships to high school students across the country entering their first year of post-secondary education in agriculture, food science or culinary arts, at a Canadian college or university. Each scholarship is valued at $ 1,500.  Selection of candidates will be based on demonstrated academic standard and leadership in the community. To apply, students must submit:   1)

Application essay between 300 and 500 words answering following questions; ‘What role can Canadian agriculture play in the future of food? How will you contribute?’ 2) Completed application form 3) Reference letter highlighting the skills and abilities that make applicant best qualified for this scholarship 4) Farmer or food professional nomination explaining why the applicant deserves this scholarship.  Application must be postmarked no later than June 15, 2017 and needs to be mailed to Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships, Monsanto Canada Inc. 900-One Research Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 6E3. Application and Food Professional Nomination Forms are available at www.monsanto.ca

 

The National Union’s Scholarship Program for 2017

This year the National Union of Public and General Employees offers five scholarships to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s members who plan to enroll a full-time post-secondary education at a Canadian public post-secondary education institution in 2017/2018. The amount of each scholarship

is $1,500. More information and online applications available at www.nupge.ca  A deadline to apply for any of the following scholarships is July 7th, 2017.

1) The Tommy Douglas Scholarshipis open to all students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.” 

2) The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship is offered to all students with disabilities who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities.”

3) The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians.”

4) The Scholarship for Visible Minorities is open to all visible minority students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities.” 

5) Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship is open to all students entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of their field of study in policing, criminal justice services or health care in delivering public services to Canadians.

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

 

 STUDENT NEWS

 

**McTavish’s Today – Foot Long Hot Dogs and Beef or Veggie Burgers with choice of side

 

 (McTavish’s last day of business will be June 14th).

 

**Lockers are to be cleaned out and locks removed by the end of the day on Friday.

 

**This week Campbell is having a Spirit Week!

 

Thursday- Pajama/Lazy Day

 

Campbell Alumni Basketball t-shirts- Last year these t-shirts sold out in record time.    We do have quite a few left over, but only in adult small, medium and XXL.  They do fit quite small, but the material is fantastic and they are very modern looking.  They are $20 to purchase.  Please see Mr. Anderson in Room 210 before they are gone!

To All Grade 12 Grads: Your prom is fast approaching and, as we have in the past, Wascana Florist’s “Rosie the Flower Truck” will be at Campbell between 11am  - 1:15 pm on Wednesday, June 14 if you wish to order boutonnieres or corsages. They will have samples and books for you to look at to see what can be ordered in time for graduation day. Staff will be on hand to take orders. They will be able to take cash or credit on site, or you can provide them with a parent/guardian contact and they can call them for their credit card number to process the payment.   If you want to look at ideas before you come visit the flower truck, you can visit their website at:  http://www.wascanaflowershop.com/corsage-boutineer/

**Summer Driver Training –Forms are now available in the office for the summer classes which will be held at Winston Knoll Collegiate in July. 

 

Summer School application forms are now available in the main office and the Guidance office.

 

SPORTS

 

**Girls Flag Football - There will be a practice today at lunch at 12:15 in the gym

 

GUIDANCE

 

 

**(The same announcements including a direct link to sites are provided on our website under Guidance section)**

 

Film Camp

If you a student age 13-17 who is interested in a film and storytelling, you are invited to spend a week at the Film Camp. The camp will run from July 10th to July 14th and classes will run from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with a lunch break at noon.  Participants will learn how to create stories visually, using a variety of film and video equipment.

Participants will to try out different crew positions while working together to create a bunch of amazing short films.

 

At the end of the week the students can invite family and friends to their filmmaking presentation. For more

information please contact Mitch Doll, Programming Coordinator at 306-757-8818 or programs@fimpool.ca

Interested students can register at  http://www.fimpool.ca/filmcamp/

2017 Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards

Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards are open to all Aboriginal Canadians who have been out of

school for one year or more, who have since decided to return to an educational system, and who have now been back at school for at least one year.  Each recipient is

awarded $1,000 in recognition of his/her effort.  To qualify, applicant must be an Aboriginal Canadian; must have been out of school for one year or more; must have returned to school and have recently completed one year

of studies; and, have never received this award in the past. To apply, applicants must submit an essay which details applicant efforts to get an education, a completed application form, a school transcript or letter confirming that the applicant has completed one year of studies between January 2016 and August 2017 and a photocopy of a membership card or an official letter from a

community member confirming that the applicant is an Aboriginal Canadian.  The application deadline is August 31, 2017. For more information how to submit a completed application package and for an application form visit www./GoToApply.ca/CanadaPost

 

Your Future Scholarship

Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association are offering two $1,500 bursaries to Saskatchewan high school students who will be graduating in June 2017. Eligible candidates must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post-secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first year agriculture or veterinary medical program with the intent to work in the beef industry upon completion.  The bursaries will be awarded on the following criteria; an academic standing, leadership in a community and a demonstrated interest in the cattle sector. To apply, students need to submit a completed application including the following documents; one reference letter, a list of extracurricular activities and leadership initiatives, university/college acceptance letter, a high school transcript and 300 to 500 words application essay. The essay should explain “What role can you play in the future of beef production? How will you contribute to the cattle industry?” The application deadline is June 15, 2017. Application form available on www.beefcareers.ca The application including supporting documents can be emailed to beefisyourfuture@gmail.com or mailed: The Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan, Bay 6A-3602 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9

 

 

2017 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships

This year, Monsanto Canada will provide approximately 65 scholarships to high school students across the country entering their first year of post-secondary education in agriculture, food science or culinary arts, at a Canadian college or university. Each scholarship is valued at $ 1,500.  Selection of candidates will be based on demonstrated academic standard and leadership in the community. To apply, students must submit:   1)

Application essay between 300 and 500 words answering following questions; ‘What role can Canadian agriculture play in the future of food? How will you contribute?’ 2) Completed application form 3) Reference letter highlighting the skills and abilities that make applicant best qualified for this scholarship 4) Farmer or food professional nomination explaining why the applicant deserves this scholarship.  Application must be postmarked no later than June 15, 2017 and needs to be mailed to Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships, Monsanto Canada Inc. 900-One Research Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 6E3. Application and Food Professional Nomination Forms are available at www.monsanto.ca

 

The National Union’s Scholarship Program for 2017

This year the National Union of Public and General Employees offers five scholarships to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s members who plan to enroll a full-time post-secondary education at a Canadian public post-secondary education institution in 2017/2018. The amount of each scholarship

is $1,500. More information and online applications available at www.nupge.ca  A deadline to apply for any of the following scholarships is July 7th, 2017.

1) The Tommy Douglas Scholarshipis open to all students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.” 

2) The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship is offered to all students with disabilities who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities.”

3) The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians.”

4) The Scholarship for Visible Minorities is open to all visible minority students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities.” 

5) Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship is open to all students entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of their field of study in policing, criminal justice services or health care in delivering public services to Canadians.

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

   

STUDENT NEWS

 

**McTavish’s Today –Honey Garlic Chicken with Rice and Vegetables Box

 

 (McTavish’s last day of business will be June 14th).

 

**This week Campbell is having a Spirit Week!

 

Wednesday- Socks and Sandals

Thursday- Pajama/Lazy Day

 

**Campbell Alumni Basketball t-shirts- Last year these t-shirts sold out in record time.    We do have quite a few left over, but only in adult small, medium and XXL.  They do fit quite small, but the material is fantastic and they are very modern looking.  They are $20 to purchase.  Please see Mr. Anderson in Room 210 before they are gone!

**To All Grade 12 Grads: Your prom is fast approaching and, as we have in the past, Wascana Florist’s “Rosie the Flower Truck” will be at Campbell between 11am  - 1:15 pm on Wednesday, June 14 if you wish to order boutonnieres or corsages. They will have samples and books for you to look at to see what can be ordered in time for graduation day. Staff will be on hand to take orders. They will be able to take cash or credit on site, or you can provide them with a parent/guardian contact and they can call them for their credit card number to process the payment.   If you want to look at ideas before you come visit the flower truck, you can visit their website at:  http://www.wascanaflowershop.com/corsage-boutineer/

**Summer Driver Training –Forms are now available in the office for the summer classes which will be held at Winston Knoll Collegiate in July. 

 

Summer School application forms are now available in the main office and the Guidance office.

 

 

GUIDANCE

 

 

**(The same announcements including a direct link to sites are provided on our website under Guidance section)**

 

Film Camp

If you a student age 13-17 who is interested in a film and storytelling, you are invited to spend a week at the Film Camp. The camp will run from July 10th to July 14th and classes will run from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with a lunch break at noon.  Participants will learn how to create stories visually, using a variety of film and video equipment.

Participants will to try out different crew positions while working together to create a bunch of amazing short films.

At the end of the week the students can invite family and friends to their filmmaking presentation. For more information please contact Mitch Doll, Programming Coordinator at 306-757-8818 or programs@fimpool.ca

 

Interested students can register at  http://www.fimpool.ca/filmcamp/

2017 Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards

Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards are open to all Aboriginal Canadians who have been out of

school for one year or more, who have since decided to return to an educational system, and who have now been back at school for at least one year.  Each recipient is

awarded $1,000 in recognition of his/her effort.  To qualify, applicant must be an Aboriginal Canadian; must have been out of school for one year or more; must have returned to school and have recently completed one year

of studies; and, have never received this award in the past. To apply, applicants must submit an essay which details applicant efforts to get an education, a completed application form, a school transcript or letter confirming that the applicant has completed one year of studies between January 2016 and August 2017 and a photocopy of a membership card or an official letter from a

community member confirming that the applicant is an Aboriginal Canadian.  The application deadline is August 31, 2017. For more information how to submit a completed application package and for an application form visit www./GoToApply.ca/CanadaPost

 

Your Future Scholarship

Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association are offering two $1,500 bursaries to Saskatchewan high school students who will be graduating in June 2017. Eligible candidates must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post-secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first year agriculture or veterinary medical program with the intent to work in the beef industry upon completion.  The bursaries will be awarded on the following criteria; an academic standing, leadership in a community and a demonstrated interest in the cattle sector. To apply, students need to submit a completed application including the following documents; one reference letter, a list of extracurricular activities and leadership initiatives, university/college acceptance letter, a high school transcript and 300 to 500 words application essay. The essay should explain “What role can you play in the future of beef production? How will you contribute to the cattle industry?” The application deadline is June 15, 2017. Application form available on www.beefcareers.ca The application including supporting documents can be emailed to beefisyourfuture@gmail.com or mailed: The Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan, Bay 6A-3602 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9

 

2017 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships

This year, Monsanto Canada will provide approximately 65 scholarships to high school students across the country entering their first year of post-secondary education in agriculture, food science or culinary arts, at a Canadian college or university. Each scholarship is valued at $ 1,500.  Selection of candidates will be based on demonstrated academic standard and leadership in the community. To apply, students must submit:   1)

Application essay between 300 and 500 words answering following questions; ‘What role can Canadian agriculture play in the future of food? How will you contribute?’ 2) Completed application form 3) Reference letter highlighting the skills and abilities that make applicant best qualified for this scholarship 4) Farmer or food professional nomination explaining why the applicant deserves this scholarship.  Application must be postmarked no later than June 15, 2017 and needs to be mailed to Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships, Monsanto Canada Inc. 900-One Research Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 6E3. Application and Food Professional Nomination Forms are available at www.monsanto.ca

 

The National Union’s Scholarship Program for 2017

This year the National Union of Public and General Employees offers five scholarships to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s members who plan to enroll a full-time post-secondary education at a Canadian public post-secondary education institution in 2017/2018. The amount of each scholarship

is $1,500. More information and online applications available at www.nupge.ca  A deadline to apply for any of the following scholarships is July 7th, 2017.

1) The Tommy Douglas Scholarshipis open to all students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.” 

2) The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship is offered to all students with disabilities who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities.”

3) The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians.”

4) The Scholarship for Visible Minorities is open to all visible minority students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities.” 

5) Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship is open to all students entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of their field of study in policing, criminal justice services or health care in delivering public services to Canadians.

 

 

 

 

Monday, June 12, 2017

 

STUDENT NEWS

 

**McTavish’s Today –Spaghetti with Meat Sauce and Flat Bread

 (McTavish’s last day of business will be June 14th).

 

**Campbell Alumni Basketball t-shirts- Last year these t-shirts sold out in record time.    We do have quite a few left over, but only in adult small, medium and XXL.  They do fit quite small, but the material is fantastic and they are very modern looking.  They are $20 to purchase.  Please see Mr. Anderson in Room 210 before they are gone!

**To All Grade 12 Grads: Your prom is fast approaching and, as we have in the past, Wascana Florist’s “Rosie the Flower Truck” will be at Campbell between 11am  - 1:15 pm on Wednesday, June 14 if you wish to order boutonnieres or corsages. They will have samples and books for you to look at to see what can be ordered in time for graduation day. Staff will be on hand to take orders. They will be able to take cash or credit on site, or you can provide them with a parent/guardian contact and they can call them for their credit card number to process the payment.   If you want to look at ideas before you come visit the flower truck, you can visit their website at:  http://www.wascanaflowershop.com/corsage-boutineer/

**Summer Driver Training –Forms are now available in the office for the summer classes which will be held at Winston Knoll Collegiate in July. 

 

Summer School application forms are now available in the main office and the Guidance office.

 

GUIDANCE

 

 

**(The same announcements including a direct link to sites are provided on our website under Guidance section)**

 

Film Camp

If you a student age 13-17 who is interested in a film and storytelling, you are invited to spend a week at the Film Camp. The camp will run from July 10th to July 14th and classes will run from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with a lunch break at noon.  Participants will learn how to create stories visually, using a variety of film and video equipment.

Participants will to try out different crew positions while working together to create a bunch of amazing short films.

At the end of the week the students can invite family and friends to their filmmaking presentation. For more information please contact Mitch Doll, Programming Coordinator at 306-757-8818 or programs@fimpool.ca

Interested students can register at  http://www.fimpool.ca/filmcamp/

 

2017 Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards

Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards are open to all Aboriginal Canadians who have been out of

school for one year or more, who have since decided to return to an educational system, and who have now been back at school for at least one year.  Each recipient is

awarded $1,000 in recognition of his/her effort.  To qualify, applicant must be an Aboriginal Canadian; must have been out of school for one year or more; must have returned to school and have recently completed one year

of studies; and, have never received this award in the past. To apply, applicants must submit an essay which details applicant efforts to get an education, a completed application form, a school transcript or letter confirming that the applicant has completed one year of studies between January 2016 and August 2017 and a photocopy of a membership card or an official letter from a

community member confirming that the applicant is an Aboriginal Canadian.  The application deadline is August 31, 2017. For more information how to submit a completed application package and for an application form visit www./GoToApply.ca/CanadaPost

 

Your Future Scholarship

Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association are offering two $1,500 bursaries to Saskatchewan high school students who will be graduating in June 2017. Eligible candidates must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post-secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first year agriculture or veterinary medical program with the intent to work in the beef industry upon completion.  The bursaries will be awarded on the following criteria; an academic standing, leadership in a community and a demonstrated interest in the cattle sector. To apply, students need to submit a completed application including the following documents; one reference letter, a list of extracurricular activities and leadership initiatives, university/college acceptance letter, a high school transcript and 300 to 500 words application essay. The essay should explain “What role can you play in the future of beef production? How will you contribute to the cattle industry?” The application deadline is June 15, 2017. Application form available on www.beefcareers.ca The application including supporting documents can be emailed to beefisyourfuture@gmail.com or mailed: The Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan, Bay 6A-3602 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9

 

2017 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships

This year, Monsanto Canada will provide approximately 65 scholarships to high school students across the country entering their first year of post-secondary education in agriculture, food science or culinary arts, at a Canadian college or university. Each scholarship is valued at $ 1,500.  Selection of candidates will be based on demonstrated academic standard and leadership in the community. To apply, students must submit:   1)

Application essay between 300 and 500 words answering following questions; ‘What role can Canadian agriculture play in the future of food? How will you contribute?’ 2) Completed application form 3) Reference letter highlighting the skills and abilities that make applicant best qualified for this scholarship 4) Farmer or food professional nomination explaining why the applicant deserves this scholarship.  Application must be postmarked no later than June 15, 2017 and needs to be mailed to Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships, Monsanto Canada Inc. 900-One Research Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 6E3. Application and Food Professional Nomination Forms are available at www.monsanto.ca

 

The National Union’s Scholarship Program for 2017

This year the National Union of Public and General Employees offers five scholarships to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s members who plan to enroll a full-time post-secondary education at a Canadian public post-secondary education institution in 2017/2018. The amount of each scholarship

is $1,500. More information and online applications available at www.nupge.ca  A deadline to apply for any of the following scholarships is July 7th, 2017.

1) The Tommy Douglas Scholarshipis open to all students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.” 

2) The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship is offered to all students with disabilities who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities.”

3) The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians.”

4) The Scholarship for Visible Minorities is open to all visible minority students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities.” 

5) Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship is open to all students entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of their field of study in policing, criminal justice services or health care in delivering public services to Canadians.

 

 

 

 

Friday, June 9, 2017

  

 

STUDENT NEWS

 

**McTavish’s Today –Pizza by the Slice and Fries and Gravy

 (McTavish’s last day of business will be June 14th).

 

**Campbell Business

A huge thank you to everyone who attended the Campbell Business Celebration Night on Wednesday, June 7th and a SPECIAL THANK YOU to grade 12 business stand-out and VP of Events, Ryan Aird who put together and absolutely amazing event with the help of Mrs. Bachynski and the business program.

**To All Grade 12 Grads: Your prom is fast approaching and, as we have in the past, Wascana Florist’s “Rosie the Flower Truck” will be at Campbell between 11am  - 1:15 pm on Wednesday, June 14 if you wish to order boutonnieres or corsages. They will have samples and books for you to look at to see what can be ordered in time for graduation day. Staff will be on hand to take orders. They will be able to take cash or credit on site, or you can provide them with a parent/guardian contact and they can call them for their credit card number to process the payment.   If you want to look at ideas before you come visit the flower truck, you can visit their website at:  http://www.wascanaflowershop.com/corsage-boutineer/

**Summer Driver Training –Forms are now available in the office for the summer classes which will be held at Winston Knoll Collegiate in July. 

 

Summer School application forms are now available in the main office and the Guidance office.

 

SPORTS

 

**Campbell Golf

Yesterday 8 golfers from Campbell Collegiate competed in the Senior Boys, Junior Boys and Girls RHSAA Golf City Championship at the Tor Hill Golf Course. In a very competitive senior boys division, grade 11’s Jacob Kydd (1st place) and Jack Fischer (2nd place) defeated some very talented grade 12’s from across the city including one individual who is attending a junior college in Idaho next year on a golf scholarship. In the girls division grade 12 Cassie Baragar (3rd place) had a solid round as she competed amongst a strong group of female golfers. Lastly, a big shout out to all Campbell Golfers who competed yesterday:  Jacob Kydd (11), Jack Fischer (11),

Jordan Volke (12), Ryland Hanley (11), Cassie Baragar (12), Sol Park (9), Sam Stewart (9), Aidan Shanks (9)

 

Tartans 1 and the Girls Handball teams -  please return your jerseys to Mrs. Sundeen ASAP. 

 

GUIDANCE

 

    **(The same announcements including a direct link to sites are provided on our website under Guidance section)**

 

Film Camp

If you a student age 13-17 who is interested in a film and storytelling, you are invited to spend a week at the Film Camp. The camp will run from July 10th to July 14th and classes will run from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with a lunch break at noon.  Participants will learn how to create stories visually, using a variety of film and video equipment.

Participants will to try out different crew positions while working together to create a bunch of amazing short films.

At the end of the week the students can invite family and friends to their filmmaking presentation. For more information please contact Mitch Doll, Programming Coordinator at 306-757-8818 or programs@fimpool.ca

Interested students can register at  http://www.fimpool.ca/filmcamp/

2017 Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards

Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards are open to all Aboriginal Canadians who have been out of

    school for one year or more, who have since decided to return to an educational system, and who have now been back at school for at least one year.  Each recipient is

awarded $1,000 in recognition of his/her effort.  To qualify, applicant must be an Aboriginal Canadian; must have been out of school for one year or more; must have returned to school and have recently completed one year

of studies; and, have never received this award in the past. To apply, applicants must submit an essay which details applicant efforts to get an education, a completed application form, a school transcript or letter confirming that the applicant has completed one year of studies between January 2016 and August 2017 and a photocopy of a membership card or an official letter from a

community member confirming that the applicant is an Aboriginal Canadian.  The application deadline is August 31, 2017. For more information how to submit a completed application package and for an application form visit www./GoToApply.ca/CanadaPost

 

Your Future Scholarship

Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association are offering two $1,500 bursaries to Saskatchewan high school students who will be graduating in June 2017. Eligible candidates must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post-secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first year agriculture or veterinary medical program with the intent to work in the beef industry upon completion.  The bursaries will be awarded on the following criteria; an academic standing, leadership in a community and a demonstrated interest in the cattle sector. To apply, students need to submit a completed application including the following documents; one reference letter, a list of extracurricular activities and leadership initiatives, university/college acceptance letter, a high school transcript and 300 to 500 words application essay. The essay should explain “What role can you play in the future of beef production? How will you contribute to the cattle industry?” The application deadline is June 15, 2017. Application form available on www.beefcareers.ca The application including supporting documents can be emailed to beefisyourfuture@gmail.com or mailed: The Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan, Bay 6A-3602 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9

 

2017 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships

This year, Monsanto Canada will provide approximately 65 scholarships to high school students across the country entering their first year of post-secondary education in agriculture, food science or culinary arts, at a Canadian college or university. Each scholarship is valued at $ 1,500.  Selection of candidates will be based on demonstrated academic standard and leadership in the community. To apply, students must submit:   1)

Application essay between 300 and 500 words answering following questions; ‘What role can Canadian agriculture play in the future of food? How will you contribute?’ 2) Completed application form 3) Reference letter highlighting the skills and abilities that make applicant best qualified for this scholarship 4) Farmer or food professional nomination explaining why the applicant deserves this scholarship.  Application must be postmarked no later than June 15, 2017 and needs to be mailed to Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships, Monsanto Canada Inc. 900-One Research Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 6E3. Application and Food Professional Nomination Forms are available at www.monsanto.ca

 

The National Union’s Scholarship Program for 2017

This year the National Union of Public and General Employees offers five scholarships to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s members who plan to enroll a full-time post-secondary education at a Canadian public post-secondary education institution in 2017/2018. The amount of each scholarship

is $1,500. More information and online applications available at www.nupge.ca  A deadline to apply for any of the following scholarships is July 7th, 2017.

1) The Tommy Douglas Scholarshipis open to all students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.” 

2) The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship is offered to all students with disabilities who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities.”

3) The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians.”

4) The Scholarship for Visible Minorities is open to all visible minority students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities.” 

5) Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship is open to all students entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of their field of study in policing, criminal justice services or health care in delivering public services to Canadians.

 

 

 

 

Thursday, June 8, 2017

 

 

STUDENT NEWS

 

**McTavish’s Today –Chicken Wings

 (McTavish’s last day of business will be June 14th).

**To All Grade 12 Grads: Your prom is fast approaching and, as we have in the past, Wascana Florist’s “Rosie the Flower Truck” will be at Campbell between 11am  - 1:15 pm on Wednesday, June 14 if you wish to order boutonnieres or corsages. They will have samples and books for you to look at to see what can be ordered in time for graduation day. Staff will be on hand to take orders. They will be able to take cash or credit on site, or you can provide them with a parent/guardian contact and they can call them for their credit card number to process the payment.   If you want to look at ideas before you come visit the flower truck, you can visit their website at:  http://www.wascanaflowershop.com/corsage-boutineer/

**Summer Driver Training –Forms are now available in the office for the summer classes which will be held at Winston Knoll Collegiate in July. 

 

Summer School application forms are now available in the main office and the Guidance office.

 

 

SPORTS

 

Tartans 1 and the Girls Handball teams -  please return your jerseys to Mrs. Sundeen ASAP. 

 

 

GUIDANCE

 

**(The same announcements including a direct link to sites are provided on our website under Guidance section)**

 

Film Camp

If you a student age 13-17 who is interested in a film and storytelling, you are invited to spend a week at the Film Camp. The camp will run from July 10th to July 14th and classes will run from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with a lunch break at noon.  Participants will learn how to create stories visually, using a variety of film and video equipment.

Participants will to try out different crew positions while working together to create a bunch of amazing short films.

At the end of the week the students can invite family and friends to their filmmaking presentation. For more information please contact Mitch Doll, Programming Coordinator at 306-757-8818 or programs@fimpool.ca

Interested students can register at  http://www.fimpool.ca/filmcamp/

2017 Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards

Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards are open to all Aboriginal Canadians who have been out of

 school for one year or more, who have since decided to return to an educational system, and who have now been back at school for at least one year.  Each recipient is

awarded $1,000 in recognition of his/her effort.  To qualify, applicant must be an Aboriginal Canadian; must have been out of school for one year or more; must have returned to school and have recently completed one year

of studies; and, have never received this award in the past. To apply, applicants must submit an essay which details applicant efforts to get an education, a completed application form, a school transcript or letter confirming that the applicant has completed one year of studies between January 2016 and August 2017 and a photocopy of a membership card or an official letter from a

community member confirming that the applicant is an Aboriginal Canadian.  The application deadline is August 31, 2017. For more information how to submit a completed application package and for an application form visit www./GoToApply.ca/CanadaPost

 

Your Future Scholarship

Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association are offering two $1,500 bursaries to Saskatchewan high school students who will be graduating in June 2017. Eligible candidates must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post-secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first year agriculture or veterinary medical program with the intent to work in the beef industry upon completion.  The bursaries will be awarded on the following criteria; an academic standing, leadership in a community and a demonstrated interest in the cattle sector. To apply, students need to submit a completed application including the following documents; one reference letter, a list of extracurricular activities and leadership initiatives, university/college acceptance letter, a high school transcript and 300 to 500 words application essay. The essay should explain “What role can you play in the future of beef production? How will you contribute to the cattle industry?” The application deadline is June 15, 2017. Application form available on www.beefcareers.ca The application including supporting documents can be emailed to beefisyourfuture@gmail.com or mailed: The Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan, Bay 6A-3602 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9

 

2017 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships

This year, Monsanto Canada will provide approximately 65 scholarships to high school students across the country entering their first year of post-secondary education in agriculture, food science or culinary arts, at a Canadian college or university. Each scholarship is valued at $ 1,500.  Selection of candidates will be based on demonstrated academic standard and leadership in the community. To apply, students must submit:   1)

Application essay between 300 and 500 words answering following questions; ‘What role can Canadian agriculture play in the future of food? How will you contribute?’ 2) Completed application form 3) Reference letter highlighting the skills and abilities that make applicant best qualified for this scholarship 4) Farmer or food professional nomination explaining why the applicant deserves this scholarship.  Application must be postmarked no later than June 15, 2017 and needs to be mailed to Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships, Monsanto Canada Inc. 900-One Research Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 6E3. Application and Food Professional Nomination Forms are available at www.monsanto.ca

 

The National Union’s Scholarship Program for 2017

This year the National Union of Public and General Employees offers five scholarships to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s members who plan to enroll a full-time post-secondary education at a Canadian public post-secondary education institution in 2017/2018. The amount of each scholarship

is $1,500. More information and online applications available at www.nupge.ca  A deadline to apply for any of the following scholarships is July 7th, 2017.

1) The Tommy Douglas Scholarshipis open to all students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.” 

2) The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship is offered to all students with disabilities who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities.”

3) The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians.”

4) The Scholarship for Visible Minorities is open to all visible minority students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities.” 

5) Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship is open to all students entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of their field of study in policing, criminal justice services or health care in delivering public services to Canadians.

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, June 7,2017

   

STUDENT NEWS

 

**McTavish’s Today – Lasagna and Flat Bread (McTavish’s last day of business will be June 14th).

 

**To All Grade 12 Grads: Your prom is fast approaching and, as we have in the past, Wascana Florist’s “Rosie the Flower Truck” will be at Campbell between 11am  - 1:15 pm on Wednesday, June 14 if you wish to order boutonnieres or corsages. They will have samples and books for you to look at to see what can be ordered in time for graduation day. Staff will be on hand to take orders. They will be able to take cash or credit on site, or you can provide them with a parent/guardian contact and they can call them for their credit card number to process the payment.   If you want to look at ideas before you come visit the flower truck, you can visit their website at:  http://www.wascanaflowershop.com/corsage-boutineer/

 

**Summer Driver Training –Forms are now available in the office for the summer classes which will be held at Winston Knoll Collegiate in July. 

 

Summer School application forms are now available in the main office and the Guidance office.

 

 

SPORTS

 

Tartans 1 and the Girls Handball teams -  please return your jerseys to Mrs. Sundeen ASAP. 

 

GUIDANCE

 

**(The same announcements including a direct link to sites are provided on our website under Guidance section)**

 

Film Camp

If you a student age 13-17 who is interested in a film and storytelling, you are invited to spend a week at the Film Camp. The camp will run from July 10th to July 14th and classes will run from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with a lunch break at noon.  Participants will learn how to create stories visually, using a variety of film and video equipment.

Participants will to try out different crew positions while working together to create a bunch of amazing short films.

At the end of the week the students can invite family and friends to their filmmaking presentation. For more information please contact Mitch Doll, Programming Coordinator at 306-757-8818 or programs@fimpool.ca

Interested students can register at  http://www.fimpool.ca/filmcamp/

2017 Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards

Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards are open to all Aboriginal Canadians who have been out of

 school for one year or more, who have since decided to return to an educational system, and who have now been back at school for at least one year.  Each recipient is

awarded $1,000 in recognition of his/her effort.  To qualify, applicant must be an Aboriginal Canadian; must have been out of school for one year or more; must have returned to school and have recently completed one year

of studies; and, have never received this award in the past. To apply, applicants must submit an essay which details applicant efforts to get an education, a completed application form, a school transcript or letter confirming that the applicant has completed one year of studies between January 2016 and August 2017 and a photocopy of a membership card or an official letter from a

community member confirming that the applicant is an Aboriginal Canadian.  The application deadline is August 31, 2017. For more information how to submit a completed application package and for an application form visit www./GoToApply.ca/CanadaPost

 

Your Future Scholarship

Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association are offering two $1,500 bursaries to Saskatchewan high school students who will be graduating in June 2017. Eligible candidates must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post-secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first year agriculture or veterinary medical program with the intent to work in the beef industry upon completion.  The bursaries will be awarded on the following criteria; an academic standing, leadership in a community and a demonstrated interest in the cattle sector. To apply, students need to submit a completed application including the following documents; one reference letter, a list of extracurricular activities and leadership initiatives, university/college acceptance letter, a high school transcript and 300 to 500 words application essay. The essay should explain “What role can you play in the future of beef production? How will you contribute to the cattle industry?” The application deadline is June 15, 2017. Application form available on www.beefcareers.ca The application including supporting documents can be emailed to beefisyourfuture@gmail.com or mailed: The Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan, Bay 6A-3602 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9

 

2017 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships

This year, Monsanto Canada will provide approximately 65 scholarships to high school students across the country entering their first year of post-secondary education in agriculture, food science or culinary arts, at a Canadian college or university. Each scholarship is valued at $ 1,500.  Selection of candidates will be based on demonstrated academic standard and leadership in the community. To apply, students must submit:   1)

Application essay between 300 and 500 words answering following questions; ‘What role can Canadian agriculture play in the future of food? How will you contribute?’ 2) Completed application form 3) Reference letter highlighting the skills and abilities that make applicant best qualified for this scholarship 4) Farmer or food professional nomination explaining why the applicant deserves this scholarship.  Application must be postmarked no later than June 15, 2017 and needs to be mailed to Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships, Monsanto Canada Inc. 900-One Research Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 6E3. Application and Food Professional Nomination Forms are available at www.monsanto.ca

 

The National Union’s Scholarship Program for 2017

This year the National Union of Public and General Employees offers five scholarships to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s members who plan to enroll a full-time post-secondary education at a Canadian public post-secondary education institution in 2017/2018. The amount of each scholarship

is $1,500. More information and online applications available at www.nupge.ca  A deadline to apply for any of the following scholarships is July 7th, 2017.

1) The Tommy Douglas Scholarshipis open to all students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.” 

2) The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship is offered to all students with disabilities who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities.”

3) The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians.”

4) The Scholarship for Visible Minorities is open to all visible minority students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities.” 

5) Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship is open to all students entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of their field of study in policing, criminal justice services or health care in delivering public services to Canadians.

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

 

STUDENT NEWS

 

**McTavish’s Today – Dry Ribs or Crispy Chicken Teriyaki Rice Box

 

**McTavish’s last day of business will be June 14th.

 

**Summer Driver Training –Forms are now available in the office for the summer classes which will be held at Winston Knoll Collegiate in July. 

 

**Today, Sask Abilities will be in the main hallway over the lunch hour to recruit volunteers.

 

Summer School application forms are now available in the main office and the Guidance office.

 

 

SPORTS

 

**Tartans 1 and the Girls Handball teams -  please return your jerseys to Mrs. Sundeen ASAP. 

 

 

GUIDANCE

 

**(The same announcements including a direct link to sites are provided on our website under Guidance section)**

 

Film Camp

If you a student age 13-17 who is interested in a film and storytelling, you are invited to spend a week at the Film Camp. The camp will run from July 10th to July 14th and classes will run from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with a lunch break at noon.  Participants will learn how to create stories visually, using a variety of film and video equipment.

Participants will to try out different crew positions while working together to create a bunch of amazing short films.

At the end of the week the students can invite family and friends to their filmmaking presentation. For more information please contact Mitch Doll, Programming Coordinator at 306-757-8818 or programs@fimpool.ca

Interested students can register at  http://www.fimpool.ca/filmcamp/

2017 Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards

Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards are open to all Aboriginal Canadians who have been out of school for one year or more, who have since decided to return to an educational system, and who have now been back at school for at least one year.  Each recipient is

awarded $1,000 in recognition of his/her effort.  To qualify, applicant must be an Aboriginal Canadian; must have been out of school for one year or more; must have returned to school and have recently completed one year

of studies; and, have never received this award in the past. To apply, applicants must submit an essay which details applicant efforts to get an education, a completed application form, a school transcript or letter confirming that the applicant has completed one year of studies between January 2016 and August 2017 and a photocopy of a membership card or an official letter from a  community member confirming that the applicant is an Aboriginal Canadian.  The application deadline is August 31, 2017. For more information how to submit a completed application package and for an application form visit www./GoToApply.ca/CanadaPost

 

Your Future Scholarship

Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association are offering two $1,500 bursaries to Saskatchewan high school students who will be graduating in June 2017. Eligible candidates must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post-secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first year agriculture or veterinary medical program with the intent to work in the beef industry upon completion.  The bursaries will be awarded on the following criteria; an academic standing, leadership in a community and a demonstrated interest in the cattle sector. To apply, students need to submit a completed application including the following documents; one reference letter, a list of extracurricular activities and leadership initiatives, university/college acceptance letter, a high school transcript and 300 to 500 words application essay. The essay should explain “What role can you play in the future of beef production? How will you contribute to the cattle industry?” The application deadline is June 15, 2017. Application form available on www.beefcareers.ca The application including supporting documents can be emailed to beefisyourfuture@gmail.com or mailed: The Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan, Bay 6A-3602 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9

 

2017 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships

This year, Monsanto Canada will provide approximately 65 scholarships to high school students across the country entering their first year of post-secondary education in agriculture, food science or culinary arts, at a Canadian college or university. Each scholarship is valued at $ 1,500.  Selection of candidates will be based on demonstrated academic standard and leadership in the community. To apply, students must submit:   1)

Application essay between 300 and 500 words answering following questions; ‘What role can Canadian agriculture play in the future of food? How will you contribute?’ 2) Completed application form 3) Reference letter highlighting the skills and abilities that make applicant best qualified for this scholarship 4) Farmer or food professional nomination explaining why the applicant deserves this scholarship.  Application must be postmarked no later than June 15, 2017 and needs to be mailed to Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships, Monsanto Canada Inc. 900-One Research Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 6E3. Application and Food Professional Nomination Forms are available at www.monsanto.ca

 

The National Union’s Scholarship Program for 2017

This year the National Union of Public and General Employees offers five scholarships to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s members who plan to enroll a full-time post-secondary education at a Canadian public post-secondary education institution in 2017/2018. The amount of each scholarship

is $1,500. More information and online applications available at www.nupge.ca  A deadline to apply for any of the following scholarships is July 7th, 2017.

1) The Tommy Douglas Scholarshipis open to all students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.” 

2) The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship is offered to all students with disabilities who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities.”

3) The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians.”

4) The Scholarship for Visible Minorities is open to all visible minority students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities.” 

5) Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship is open to all students entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of their field of study in policing, criminal justice services or health care in delivering public services to Canadians.

 

 

 

 

Monday, June 5, 2017

   

STUDENT NEWS

 

**McTavish’s Today – Beef Burgers with Choice of Side

 

**THIS IS A REMINDER TO ALL YES YOU CAN, BEST BUDDIES, SUNSHINE CHEER, SPIRIT DANCERS AND UNIFIED BASKETBALL MENTORS THAT LUNCH WILL BE SERVED TODAY IN THE COURTYARD AT NOON.  SEE YOU THERE!

 

**On Tuesday, Sask Abilities will be in the main hallway over the lunch hour to recruit volunteers.

 

MS Bike Tour Participants – see Mr. Christoffel in Rm. 311 to get your movie pass and Cabella’s coupon.

 

Summer School application forms are now available in the main office and the Guidance office.

 

SPORTS

 

**Tartans 1 and the Girls Handball teams -  please return your jerseys to Mrs. Sundeen ASAP. 

 

**14 Campbell students represented Regina at the SHSAA provincial track and field championships Friday and Saturday. Some highlights included a gold medal in pole vault for Asad Hussein, a gold in 400m a silver in 800 and a silver in relay for Chloe McEachern, 5 in 100m and 4 in 200m and bronze in relay for Irelyn Toth, 8 in 400m for Hannah Strinholm, 7 in 3000m for Madelyn Kaban, silver in relay for Kaleigh Strinholm, bronze in relay for Jacob Smith and several other strong performances.

 

GUIDANCE

 

**(The same announcements including a direct link to sites are provided on our website under Guidance section)**

 

Film Camp

If you a student age 13-17 who is interested in a film and storytelling, you are invited to spend a week at the Film Camp. The camp will run from July 10th to July 14th and classes will run from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with a lunch break at noon.  Participants will learn how to create stories visually, using a variety of film and video equipment.

Participants will to try out different crew positions while working together to create a bunch of amazing short films.

At the end of the week the students can invite family and friends to their filmmaking presentation. For more information please contact Mitch Doll, Programming Coordinator at 306-757-8818 or programs@fimpool.ca

Interested students can register at  http://www.fimpool.ca/filmcamp/

2017 Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards

Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards are open to all Aboriginal Canadians who have been out of school for one year or more, who have since decided to return to an educational system, and who have now been back at school for at least one year.  Each recipient is

awarded $1,000 in recognition of his/her effort.  To qualify, applicant must be an Aboriginal Canadian; must have been out of school for one year or more; must have returned to school and have recently completed one year

of studies; and, have never received this award in the past. To apply, applicants must submit an essay which details

 applicant efforts to get an education, a completed application form, a school transcript or letter confirming that the applicant has completed one year of studies between January 2016 and August 2017 and a photocopy of a membership card or an official letter from a community member confirming that the applicant is an Aboriginal Canadian.  The application deadline is August 31, 2017. For more information how to submit a completed application package and for an application form visit www./GoToApply.ca/CanadaPost

 

Your Future Scholarship

Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association are offering two $1,500 bursaries to Saskatchewan high school students who will be graduating in June 2017. Eligible candidates must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post-secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first year agriculture or veterinary medical program with the intent to work in the beef industry upon completion.  The bursaries will be awarded on the following criteria; an academic standing, leadership in a community and a demonstrated interest in the cattle sector. To apply, students need to submit a completed application including the following documents; one reference letter, a list of extracurricular activities and leadership initiatives, university/college acceptance letter, a high school transcript and 300 to 500 words application essay. The essay should explain “What role can you play in the future of beef production? How will you contribute to the cattle industry?” The application deadline is June 15, 2017. Application form available on www.beefcareers.ca The application including supporting documents can be emailed to beefisyourfuture@gmail.com or mailed: The Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan, Bay 6A-3602 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9

 

2017 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships

This year, Monsanto Canada will provide approximately 65 scholarships to high school students across the country entering their first year of post-secondary education in agriculture, food science or culinary arts, at a Canadian college or university. Each scholarship is valued at $ 1,500.  Selection of candidates will be based on demonstrated academic standard and leadership in the community. To apply, students must submit:   1)

Application essay between 300 and 500 words answering following questions; ‘What role can Canadian agriculture play in the future of food? How will you contribute?’ 2) Completed application form 3) Reference letter highlighting the skills and abilities that make applicant best qualified for this scholarship 4) Farmer or food professional nomination explaining why the applicant deserves this scholarship.  Application must be postmarked no later than June 15, 2017 and needs to be mailed to Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarships, Monsanto Canada Inc. 900-One Research Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 6E3. Application and Food Professional Nomination Forms are available at www.monsanto.ca

 

The National Union’s Scholarship Program for 2017

This year the National Union of Public and General Employees offers five scholarships to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s members who plan to enroll a full-time post-secondary education at a Canadian public post-secondary education institution in 2017/2018. The amount of each scholarship

is $1,500. More information and online applications available at www.nupge.ca  A deadline to apply for any of the following scholarships is July 7th, 2017.

1) The Tommy Douglas Scholarshipis open to all students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.” 

2) The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship is offered to all students with disabilities who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities.”

3) The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians.”

4) The Scholarship for Visible Minorities is open to all visible minority students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities.” 

5) Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship is open to all students entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on “The importance of their field of study in policing, criminal justice services or health care in delivering public services to Canadians.

 

 

 

 

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