Are you thinking of a career in medicine and/or health sciences?
Discovery Days in Health Sciences are one-day workshops that give high school students who are interested in science the opportunity to explore a variety of career options in medicine and the health sciences.
A Discovery Day comprises a dynamic keynote lecture, interactive workshops and a career panel discussion. Students gain a clear picture of what it would be like to be a health professional by interacting with researchers, clinicians and educators in their real-life work setting.
If you would like more information or would like to application to attend Discovery Days, please see Ms. Chase this week!
Friday nights first game of the season proved to be an awesome start for our Sabre Girls Hockey team with a 5-0 win over the Springfield Sabres. A total team effort was evident with goals from Kiera, Olivia, Melayna, Jessica P and Hayley. Our girls worked hard and worked together to make our first game of the season one to remember. Keep going girls- we have 21 more games to go!
The yearbook committee values your feedback!! Please hand your yearbook surveys in to the library and let us know what you liked, didn't like or give us new ideas to make this year's book even better. Only a handful of books from last year are left to purchase Get one now to avoid disappointment.
Congratulations to the Cross-country team on an outstanding performances at the Provincial Championships yesterday.
The Varsity Girls team earned a bronze medal in the A-AAA category and the JV girls team won a sliver medal in the A-AAA category. Notable performances by Amanda Tormey finishing 10 out of 185 runners, Jordynn Barrett finishing 21 out of 172 runners and Dawson Mann finishing 6th out of 214 runners. Congratulations to all runners.