Friday, May 12
6:30 - 9:30pm
Catering by Cosmo's
Tickets are $15 each.
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April is Earth Month!
The Green Team has planned to following activities to celebrate Earth Month:
Recycle old cell phones
(collection containers in office)
Energy East Pipeline meeting. All welcome. (Free brownies and cookies). Room 34 at lunch
April 21 postponed until Tuesday, April 25
Cleaning the Capital
- with teachers during class time
- for volunteer hours from 2:30 to 4:00 picking litter in Richmond; meet in room 34 after school
I Give a Shirt campaign: used clothing drive in cafeteria
The Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2017 will be held Thursday, June 29 at 7:30pm at Longfields Davidson Heights Secondary School.
Invitations to Commencement will be mailed to all potential grads before May 1. Before returning the RSVP card and receiving their tickets, students must meet the following requirements:
We look forward to celebrating the achievements of this year's graduating class!
Summer Learning Opportunities
Students interested in challenging themselves over the summer may be interested in these learning opportunities. All involve a significant financial commitment.
Summer Science & Engineering Camps at Ottawa U
Ottawa University is holding summer camps for students in kindergarten through grade 11. The camps focus on science and engineering. While there are off-campus camps for younger children, all the camps for high school students will be held on the Ottawa U campus, 800 King Edward. The cost is $270/week. For more information, and to register visit http://engineering.uottawa.ca/outreach-programs/summer-programs-camps.
Imagine Architecture at Carleton U.
Fun and intensive workshops for students who have completed grades 10-12 who are interested in design. Students will get experience in creative design thinking. Deadline to register is June 9 or until all spots are filled. Visit https://carleton.ca/architecture/programs/imagine-architecture/ for more information.
Each fall, parents of students at South Carleton H.S. are asked to pay a voluntary school activity fee of $30 (to a maximum of $60 per family). The purpose of this fee is to support school events designed to enrich the student experience through involvement in extracurricular events. More information...
Students who have paid their student fees are often offered discounts on ticket prices for school activities in recognition of this contribution. Student fees may be paid with cash, a cheque made out to South Carleton High School, or debit.