The Daily Buzz

June 15th, 2018

 
 
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June 15th, 2018
by Bettina Perron - Friday, 15 June 2018, 12:32 PM
 

THE DAILY BUZZ
June 15th, 2018

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Big Shout out to the Ladies and students in the cafeteria who have been working so hard this past semester making sure we have amazing food for break and lunch! You are so appreciated! Stingers be sure to Thank them as you go through the line up today as it is the last day of cafeteria service!

Pizza Sale on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday ..... $2.50 a slice!! Bring your cash or debit card!

EXAMS: The exam schedule is posted on the Stelly's website.  Please triple check your exam times and be sure to bring all appropriate exam supplies with you: pens, pencils, erasers, and calculator.

YEARBOOK DISTRIBUTION: Year books will be handed out on Wednesday. Grade 12’s at Break and all other grades at lunch. If you didn’t pre-purchase a yearbook you can do so on Wednesday ONLY from the Accounting office. $60 each

TIMETABLES FOR NEXT YEAR: On Wednesday at the end of Block 3 we will be having TA to hand out your timetable for next year.

LOCKER CLEAN OUT: Lockers must be totally cleared out by Friday June 22nd. Any items left in lockers will be donated to charity.

Reminder to Music Students.... Please return your sheet music to Ziegs in the Band room.

BOOK RETURNS: Just a reminder to return any Library books that you don't need for exam prep! Over 1600 books are still checked out of the library!

LOST BIKE: Hey Stelly's if you bike has gone missing in last week or so, please see Mrs. Laws in the office!

HOMEWORK HELP: Don't forget...Homework Help is available everyday in the Learning Commons starting at 7:30am and after school until 4pm.

CAREER CENTRE

Last chance to Register for Work Experience and earn credits over the summer! Do you have a job? Are you working (or volunteering) this summer?  You need to register before June 27th to qualify!! Come to an information session in the Career Centre @ lunch Monday, June 18th

TRAINING & EDUCATION:

FREE RETAIL TRAINING July 8 to July 29 - Sidney (9775 Third Street) & Brentwood Bay (7105-B West Saanich Road). This certificate program prepares you for first time work experiences in retail and many other work environments. Training includes: Working a cash register and counting cash - Customer service - Creating displays - Sorting inventory - Assisting with pricing

Trades Exploration (TEX) Program - Want to learn more about what it is like to work as a carpenter, plumber, electrician, or welder?  There are still 7 seats available for next year’s Semester 2 Trades Exploration Program, provided in partnership with Camosun College. Learn about each trade, fast track your future and earn up to 24 credits toward grad for completing 6 courses!  See Mr. Rhodes in the Career Centre for more information.  He also has information on incentive grants and paid tuition for programs at Camosun related to the trades.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITES:

Breadstuffs Bakery & Deli is looking for 2 positions through the summer. Part/full time front counter staff, after school & Sat daytime, Tues - Sat once school is finished for the summer. Part time dishwasher/ cleanup person, Tue - Sat availability, after school & Sat to start, daytime once school ends$12.65/ hour plus tips & meals Bring resume to bakery or phone (ask for Rita)  250-652-5162

Henley & Walden Law Firm are looking for a mature,reliable, & responsible Senior (grad) students who might be looking to find a summer administrative position within a professional office setting. Complete job description: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WeBctTS0DEmPNXRFAAS_GeT0FA7N1DuVOU_YKOxL8tA/edit?usp=sharing Email your resume to howen@henleywalden.com

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Canada Day Volunteers Needed
Help the Sidney Lions Club to serve a pancake breakfast to families before the parade and games at Iroquois Park in Sidney. Duties would include serving pancakes, sausage, coffee and juice on July 1st from 7:00 am to 11:00 am. Contact Sara at slawton@beaconcs.ca or call 250-656-5537

VOLUNTEER VICTORIA PROGRAM:   Are between the ages of 15-29 Volunteer Victoria can help you: Explore how volunteering can be used to your benefit

  • Use volunteering to reach your personal, professional, academic goals and more!

  • Learn more about the non-profit community

  • Find (or create) a volunteer position(s)

  • Develop your resume and prepare for interview

  • Support you through your volunteer journey

Our goal is to help youth succeed at volunteering and to provide the tools and support they need as they explore their volunteering options. We meet with youth one-on-one, in groups, in classrooms, and community settings. Contact George Colussi at george@volunteervictoria.bc.ca for more information.

GRAD 2018

AFTER GRAD CLOTHING DROP OFF: Reminder After Grad clothing drop off is happening again on Monday and Tuesday! Don't forget ... you will definitely want comfy clothes to wear at the after grad!

INTERNATIONAL

All International Students are asked to come to a brief meeting on Monday, June 18 in the Dining room at lunch time. Please bring your lunch.

THAT'S IT FOR TODAY STELLY'S..........STAY GOLDEN AND MAROON!