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Monday, February 12, 2018




McTavish’s  - Grilled Cheese with Soup or Salad - $5.00



We are starting auditions/meetings for Multi-Cultural Day and our first gathering will be on the 13th of February. This meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 13th , at 3:30 in the Library.  It will be a short informational meeting for students and staff that are interested in participating in the performance on March 21st, 2018.  If you are unable to attend the first meeting, please go and see Ms. Josephson at the back of the Library, in room 233 to get the information.


Driver Training

There will be another driver training class starting Friday, February 27th for any students who will be 15 years of age by February 27th.  Forms and sign up sheets are in the office.


Campbell Collegiate is privileged to have one of the finest high school auditoriums in Western Canada. The sound system is a truly professional level and the lighting has undergone upgrades over the last several years that give us an exceptional range of lighting possibilities.  Along with three separate video projection systems we are the envy of many schools.  In order to operate our system, we have a student team of 8 members. We are now building our team for the 2018-2019 school year.  If you are interested in being on this tech team, please speak to Mrs Smyth in the main office.





**Any boys or girls interested in playing Team Handball this year is asked to attend a meeting in Mrs. Sundeen’s Room 217 on Wed. Feb. 14 at lunch right after period 3.  Anyone can play no experience necessary.  Hope to see you there.




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


Skills Work-Young Women’s Conference

The event is intended for Grades 9-12 female students who would like to investigate a career in trade or

technology.  Participating students will learn about careers in trades and technology, participate in a team engineering activity “Junk Yard Wars”, visit the Skills Canada Provincial Competitions, win prizes, meet other grade 9-12 students who have same interests etc.  The event will be held on Friday, April 13th, 2018 from 8:45 am – 3:45

 pm in Regina (specific location TBD). There is no cost for students. Only 40 spots available.  Interested students can register at 


Agriculture Student Scholarship

Grade 12 students entering agriculture-related post-secondary studies in the fall of 2018 are invited to apply for one of four scholarships offered by the Ministry of Agriculture. The Ministry of Agriculture offers one major scholarship valued at $ 4,000 and three scholarships valued at $ 2,000. To apply, students must complete an application form (available online) and: need to submit a three-minute creative video or write a well-researched fact-based 1,000-word essay based on the theme “Our Food Has a Story”; need to provide proof of acceptance to a post-secondary institution (by April 1st); and, need to

provide a letter of recommendation from a teacher, agriculture industry or community leader.  The deadline to submit an application is March 1, 2018. Applications can be submitted electrically to  For more information or to apply


2018 Carlyle Murray Educational Scholarship

The Carlyle Murray Educational Foundation provides an annual post-secondary scholarship to a Regina area graduating student. The scholarship amount for 2018 is $1,500 of which $1,000 will be paid at the beginning of the second semester in the first year of post-secondary and $500 at the beginning of the second year. Applicants will be evaluated based on academic performance, extra-curricular activity and level of financial need.  Preference will be given to applicants who plan to attend a post-secondary institution within Saskatchewan. Any form of post-secondary education, including trades training, that takes at least two years to complete will be taken in consideration. Application forms are available in the Guidance office. Completed application including a covering letter, a current resume and three references should be submitted by mail to: Carlyle Murray Educational Foundation, Box 72, Regina, SK, S4P 2Z5 no later than Friday, May 04th, 2018.


South Country Equipment Ltd.

Career Spotlight

This spotlight will focus on South Country Equipment Ltd. This company offers multiple job opportunities within many sectors. The students will attend a presentation that will include career opportunities, salary

expectations, working conditions and explanation of the qualities that the company is looking for in a potential

candidate. Moreover, students will have an opportunity to spend time with South Country employees discussing topics as: Corporate side (international), Business side (administration and sales), Parts, IT, AG Mechanics,

Integrated Solutions. The school will allow students to attend and the absence will be ‘Office’ excused but students are responsible for all material missed in class that day. The event will take place on Wednesday, February 28th, 2018 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Interested students need to sign up and return the signed permission form to the guidance office by Friday, February 16th, 2018. The forms are available in the guidance office.


Wolfe Industries – Grenfell, Saskatchewan

Career Spotlight

This spotlight will focus on Wolfe Industries Ltd. at Grenfell. This private company specializes in Truck and Transport Mechanic. Students will watch SGI Inspection, participate in a demonstration of equipment and attend a presentation. The presentation will include career opportunities within company, salary expectations, working conditions and explanation of characteristics the company is looking for in a potential candidate. The school will allow students to attend but students are responsible for all material missed in class that day. The event will take place on Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Interested students need to sign up and return the signed permission form to the guidance office by Friday, March 9, 2018. The forms are available in the guidance office. Transportation from the city “may” be supplied based on student interest.


Grade 11 University Preview 2018

Grade 11 University Preview is open to all grade 11 students who would like to experience what it’s like to be a university student. Participating students will explore various areas of study and extracurricular activities, will experience a university-style lecture by one of the Univ. of Regina professors, will participate in typical evening activities on campus such as weekly trivia, a Cougars game or a movie night. In addition, the students will enjoy dinner at The Owl with other grade 11 students as well as current U of R students.  For more information or to register visit


RE/MAX of Western Canada

Quest for Excellence 2018 Bursary Program

RE/MAX of Western Canada established the Quest for Excellence bursary program to recognize the success and continuing pursuits of Western Canadian students in regards to leadership and community contribution. This year RE/MAX is offering (16) $1,000 bursaries for a total of $16,000 to grade 12 students. In addition to her/his bursary one recipient will receive a hot air balloon ride for two. Interested students need to apply online by March 12, 2018 For more information and/or to apply visit


The University of Regina Awards Workshops

The Student Awards and Financial Aid Office is offering free Entrance Award workshops for any current grade 12 students who want to learn how to use SAMS (online Student Awards Management System). All Entrance

Award workshops will be located in the Archer Library. Fall 2018 Entrance Award Workshops for new students entering the University of Regina will be held on Wednesday, February 14 (4:00-6:00 pm), Tuesday, February 20 (5:00-7:00 pm), Thursday, March 1 (4:00-6:00 pm) and Monday, March 5 (5:30-7:00 pm). The deadline to apply for Fall Entrance Awards is March 15, 2018.


The University of Regina Upcoming Deadlines

Just a reminder about upcoming application deadlines!

1.      Faculty of Nursing: February 15th

2.      Faculty of Education: March 1st

3.      Priority deadline for all other faculties: March 15th

(Students who apply before March 15th will be entered to win a year of free tuition! For conditions

check ).


The University of Regina Admission on the Spot

This is the last local Admission on the Spot for the year! It will be held on Thursday, February 15 between 3:30 and 7:30 pm. All students who have been thinking of applying to the University of Regina are encouraged to attend this event. Students need to bring a transcript and $70 for the application fee.  For more information about the participating faculties and location check


The RQHR - Volunteer Opportunities

The RQHR Regina Volunteer Services Department is inviting students to apply for volunteer opportunities with RQHR. Youth volunteers provide Client support in a variety of volunteer programs.  There are opportunities for high school students to explore career opportunities, improve life skills and obtain academic credits.  Based on students’ age and required number of community volunteer service’s hours, the RQHR Volunteer Services Youth Program offers the following volunteer opportunities:   

1)     Students who require 10 or less community volunteer service hours and who are of age 14 years or older can apply to volunteer at Wascana Rehabilitation Centre-Recreation Therapy Programs.

2)     Students who are willing to contribute 30 or more community hours and who are 16-18 years of age can apply to volunteer at Regina General Hospital and Pasqua Hospital.

A listing of volunteer positions is available online Interested students are asked to choose a position, and apply online. The application deadline for Scholastic Community Volunteer Service for the 2018 Winter Semester is March 31, 2018.

In order for Scholastic Volunteer Hours to be approved by a Volunteer Coordinator/Manager, students must complete a minimum of 30 hours


Atlas-Apex Roofing Career Spotlight

This spotlight will focus on Commercial Roofing with Atlas-Apex Roofing. Students will be visiting Atlas-Apex Roofing’s brand new shop. Students will participate in hands on activities, learn about eight different roofing systems and learn about the job prospects and roofing apprenticeship opportunities. Atlas-Apex Roofing career spotlight is the half-day event that will be held on Thursday, February 15, 2018 from 9:00 am – 12:30 pm. Lunch will be provided by Atlas-Apex Roofing. The school will allow students to attend and the absences will be “Office” excused but students are responsible for all material missed in class that day. Students will meet at Campus Regina Public and then will be bussed to the site. Interested students need to sign up in the guidance office by Wednesday, February 7th, 2018.


The University of Alberta

Attention Grade 11 students! The University of Alberta wants to inform you about an exciting opportunity they have available for grade 11 students called Boarding UAlberta. Are you a freethinker, risk taker, or an ambitious wanderer? If so, this is your boarding call! Boarding UAlberta is an exclusive event open to Grade 11 students from across Canada. Twenty lucky students will be chosen to visit the North Campus in Edmonton for the weekend of May 25-27, 2018. This is your chance to test-drive a Top 5 Canadian University, and to see first-hand if Edmonton and the University of Alberta are the right fit for you. If selected, your ticket will include flights, accommodations and a whirlwind weekend of exciting events both on campus and in Edmonton. More information, including a video from last year’s event, is available at Applications will be accepted until end of day on Sunday, February 11, 2018 at



University of Saskatchewan Important Dates

Following are some important deadlines at the University of Saskatchewan:

February 15

1)     The last day to apply to the following colleges to begin in Fall 2018:  Agriculture and Bioresources,

Education, Edwards School of Business, Engineering and Kinesiology.

2)       The last day to apply for regular admission to be eligible to apply for Competitive
Entrance Awards.


March 1

1)     The deadline to submit transcripts and supporting documents required for admission for the colleges listed above.

2)     The deadline to submit the application for Competitive Entrance Awards and supporting documents required for specific awards. This includes transcripts and other supporting documents required for the application for admission.


High School Accelerated – Dual Credit

Get a head start on university. Check High School Accelerated

The U of R High School Accelerated program is a great way to kick-start to university life. Grade 11 and 12

students can take credit courses (one per semester) that will count towards a university degree program. It helps you to ease into university with a couple of classes, free up your schedule in your first year, challenge yourself with course material not offered at your high school, earn

university credit as English 100 can be used for dual credit with English B30.


Women in Trades Exploratory Course

The Women in Trades Exploratory Course is a series of hands-on, weekend workshops offering an introduction to a variety of basic trades skills. The course is intended for women who would like to learn basic in welding, machining, electrical, plumbing, automotive, auto body, carpentry and building systems. Course dates are February 10/11, February 24/25, March 10/11, March 24/25 from 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. The cost is $300. For more information, contact Michelle Lanoie at 306-775-7503 or To register, visit

ASSE international Student Exchange Program

enables students to study abroad a full school year. ASSE offers a variety of destinations and programs including Academic Year and Semester Programs, Summer Immersion, Adventure, and Language Programs to countries throughout Europe, Asia and the Americas. Studying abroad is a great opportunity for students to learn about another country, its language and culture. Living abroad teaches students about building friendships, taking responsibility for themselves, respecting differences and tolerating the beliefs of others.  Exchange students develop leadership skills, self-confidence and a greater understanding of the world around them. To qualify, applicants must be no younger than 15 nor older than 18 1/2 years of age, must be mature enough to adjust to the different values, lifestyle and attitudes of a foreign country, must be a student in a good academic standing, must be in a good health and have excellent character references.  Students interested to find out more information and to begin their application process for their adventure can visit