Posted By:

David Whyte

Posted By:

David Whyte

Posted By:

Mary Cardno

Monday, April 16, 2018

All buses to CHSS are cancelled this morning.  The school is open for study purposes only.

Soccer Tournament in London has been cancelled.

Dual Credit has been cancelled.

 

 

Posted By:

Mary Cardno

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Mary Cardno

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Erin Yantzi

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Mary Cardno

Recipient of the Neuchatel Junior College Scholarship

Jake McClure, a grade 11 student at CHSS has recently been selected through an interview process to attend Neuchatel Junior College in Switzerland for his grade 12 year.  This opportunity was made possible through Marcy and John McCall MacBain who graciously donated scholarships for 4 students from CHSS to attend Neuchatel. Jake will be the fourth and final student to attend.  Following Jake’s motto, “to try everything you can”, Jake is ready to embrace the opportunity of leaving home and studying in a new country, learning a new language, experiencing a new culture and connecting with new people.  He is especially looking forward to travel opportunities offered by Neuchatel where they study WWI and travel to France and Belgium. The staff and students at CHSS would like to congratulate Jake on being selected for this amazing experience and we wish him all the best!

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Erin Yantzi

Schedule for April 10th – Literacy Test Day

Grade 9 – Periods 1 & 2 – Students will write a practise Literacy Test

Grade 10 – Periods 1 & 2 – Students will write the Literacy Test

Grades 11 & 12 – Periods 1 & 2 – Independent Study Periods

Afternoon  (Periods 3 & 4) – Regular afternoon schedule for all grades.

 

Posted By:

Mary Cardno

A New Initiative at CHSS

The gerontology class at CHSS has begun a Lunch and Learn program with local seniors.  The group met for the first time Wednesday, March 28 in the school cafeteria.  After enjoying a delicious lunch,  prepared by the school’s hospitality students, the gerontology class spent time assisting the seniors with technology.  The students fielded questions about text messaging, facebook, twitter, iPads, cell phones, and provided hands-on tutorials.
This is the first of six Lunch and Learn sessions that will take place every other Wednesday over the next few months.  In addition to learning some new technology skills, the group also hopes to tackle cribbage, crokinole and euchre.  For more information please contact the school at 519-482-3471.
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David Whyte