Tuesday – Day 3

Cafeteria:
The cafeteria is now finished for this school year and will start in September. The cafeteria room is still open if you care to eat your lunch in that area.

Band:
All brass instruments can be left at Stonepark this summer to be professionally cleaned.  Students are asked to ensure that their instruments are labeled with their name and that they have recorded their serial numbers on the master spreadsheet.  Instruments will be ready in time for band camp. Students who play woodwind instruments should take their instruments home for the summer if possible.
All band books and grade 9 band sweaters should be now be passed in to Mrs. Peters.

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed.

Yearbooks:
Just a reminder – there are yearbooks for sale in the office at a cost of $35.00 each, don’t miss out on buying yours today.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred  Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

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