Wednesday, June 17, 2015

POTENTIAL GRADE 12 GRADUATING STUDENTS ATTENDING GRADUATION CEREMONY

This is a remnder to all Grade 12 Graduating Students attending the Graduation Ceremony......on Wednesday June 24th you are to report to the Cafeteria between 8:30-9:30 am for Grad Registration.

Following this will be the Grad Mss, Grad Lunch, Grad Rehearsal, Gown and Ticket Pick up.

Dress Code: Business Casual....please, no jeans-caps-or runners.

Thank you
Good Luck on your exams.


Friday, June 12, 2015

POTENTIAL GRADE 12 GRADUATING STUDENTS ATTENDING GRADUATION CEREMONY

This is a reminder to all Grade 12 Graduating Students attending the Graduation Ceremony----
on Wednesday June 24 th you are to report to the Cafeteria between 8:30-9:30 am for Grad Registration. Following this will be the Grade Mass, Grad Lunch, Grad Rehearsal, Gown & Ticket Pickup.

Dress Code: Business Casual....please, no jeans-caps-or runners.

Thank you

Good Luck on your exams.

Thursday, June 11, 2015

GIRLS SOCCER TEAM

Members of the Girls Soccer Team are reminded to hand in their uniform to Mr. D or Ms. Maietta.

Thank you
Ms. Fearon

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

ATHLETIC BANQUET

A reminder to those students who purchased an Athletic Banquet ticket. The Banquet is today at 3:00 pm in the gym. Please be prompt as we would like to begin on time!!!

Thanks
Mr. Di Nicolantonio

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

BELL DRIVER EDUCATION

Bell Driver Education would like to congratulate all students who enrolled in or completed the Ministry Approved Driver Education Program this past school year.

Students interested in course information for the summer may pick up an information package in the main office.

Once again thank you and have a great summer.

Thank you
Angie D'Antonio
Manager

Monday, June 8, 2015

NATIONAL ABORIGINAL MONTH

JUNE is National Aboriginal Month. In this month, we would like to honour all the indigenous women that have been murdered and have been missing for the past decade. According to the report by the RCMP, 1,017 women and girls identified as Indigenous were murdered between 1980 and 2012- a homicide rate roughly 4.5 times higher than all other women in Canada. Unfortunately, police in Canada do not consistently record the Indigenous Identity of victims of crime. Statistics Canada reports that in 2009, for example, police records failed to note whether the victims of crime were Aboriginal or non-Aboriginal in 384 out of 610 homicides. Some victims of crime are being inaccurately identified as non-Aboriginal because police have not had proper training on why accurate identification is important and how it's to be determined. With this, we call on the government to provide better police training and services when dealing with Indigenous people in order to better their relationship with the Aboriginal communities.

Thanks

BELL DRIVER EDUCATION

Students of Dante Alighieri are you thinking of learning to drive this summer? Representatives of Bell Driver Education, providers of the Ministry approved Driver Education courses will be visiting the school today during the lunch hour, students interested in a summer course schedule are invited to visit the information booth by the Cafeteria Foyer.

Thanks
Angie