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Mary Cardno

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David Whyte

Fashion Stamping and Stencilling Workshop

CHSS Fashion students recently had the opportunity to participate in a 2 day stamping and stencilling workshop using natural dyes, with local fashion artist Jennifer Triemstra-Johnston.  During her career Jennifer has worked as a costume designer at the Blyth Festival, she is a small business owner, fashion workshop leader, and currently teaches part time at York University.  Thanks to a small project grant from the Foundation for Education Perth Huron, students learned about the history of fabric dyeing, natural dyes, sustainability and mordants.  They were able to stencil or stamp their own personal designs onto fabric and choose from a variety of natural dyes to create unique projects.
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David Whyte

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Erin Yantzi

Exam Schedule – Semester 1

Period 1 Exams – January 26, 2018
Period 2 Exams – January 29, 2018
Period 3 Exams – January 30, 2018
Period 4 Exams – January 31, 2018
PA Day – February 2, 2018
First Day of Semester 2 classes – February 5, 2018
All students must attend each day for an exam or final assessment, beginning at 9:00am. If we have an inclement weather day, that day’s examinations will be written on the next day.  For example, if Friday, January 26, 2018, is an inclement weather day, then Friday’s exams will be written on Monday, January 29, 2018.  Monday’s exams would be written on Tuesday, etc.  Check our school website or twitter feed  to see if the school is closed or listen to CFPL980 or CKNX920 or FM102.
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Erin Yantzi

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David Whyte

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Chris Smith

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Chris Smith

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David Whyte

CHSS Semi-Annual Co-op Supervisor’s Appreciation Hot Buffet Breakfast

This Thursday January 11th at the CHSS Cafeteria with food available from 7 am to 8:30 am for all Co-op supervisors and local business people; with a brief co-op program starting at 8 am.

Chss Invitations

 

THANKS TO THE BACKYARD FLOWER SHOP IN CLINTON FOR LOANING US ALL THE BEAUTIFUL TABLE CENTERPIECES!

Co – op Corner

Thanks to all those businesses and individuals who currently have a CHSS co-op student this semester and to those who have already agreed to take a CHSS student next semester for a co-op placement. We appreciate all the time you take to help our students begin their journey towards the workplace and/or post secondary education.

The co-op department would especially like to thank the following businesses for taking a CHSS co-op student this semester:

Anchorvale Repair

A & T Automotive

Bartliff’s Bakery

Belfor Property Restorations – Stratford

Clinton Co-operative Daycare and Child Centre

Clinton Public Hospital – Nursing and Imaging

Clinton Public School – The P.I.T. Stop

Clinton Public School – SERT Department

Clinton Sporting Goods Store

CHSS Communication Technology Department

ContinuIT Business Continued Corp – Goderich

CMB Construction

Delta Power Equipment – Seaforth

Huronview Home for the Aged

Huron County Health Unit

McGavin Farm Equipment Ltd. – Walton

OMAFARA – Clinton Office

Progressive Turf – Seaforth

The Ross Firm – Goderich

Rollin’ Roaster – Seaforth

Sign Guys Canada – Clinton

Scott Cooper Farms

Shepherd Creek Farms Ltd.

Shoreline Construction

Stratford Midwives

Townsend Plumbing

We would also like to congratulate, A & T Automotive, Sign Guys, Progressive Turf and Anchorvale Repair who all won Employer of the Month awards this semester. Congratulations to them all! Your continued patience, adaptability and expertise is greatly appreciated.

If anyone would like to take a co-op student, either a 2 credit (average 3 hours a day) or a 4 credit co-op student (average 6 hours a day) for the 2017-2018 school year please contact Shane Taylor, the Department Head of Co-op, Cope and Business, at (519) 482 – 3471 Ext. 121.

Take a chance on one of our students. Plant a Seed, Start a Future!

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David Whyte