An Advanced Placement School

Parents, Kids & Drugs: Whose Winning

SASKATCHEWAN HEALTH AUTHORITY CHILD AND YOUTH WITH REGINA PUBLIC SCHOOL DIVISION PRESENT:

 

 

A PRESENTATION ON SUBSTANCE USE IN ADOLESCENTS

Learn about general signs and symptoms, parenting strategies and tools
to help your teens make good choices.  

Sessions will be held from 7:00-8:30 PM at the following schools:

Tuesday November 27th
Balfour Collegiate
1245 College Ave.

Wednesday November 28th
Winston Knoll Collegiate
5255 Rochadale Blvd.

No School

In lieu of Remembrance Day, there is no school on Monday, November 12.

REMEMBRANCE DAY

FW JOHNSON SUTIL & CAREER DAY

Date:  Thursday, November 15

Time:  9:30 a.m. to 11:50 a.m.

Place:  Library at FWJ

Parents, you are welcome to attend with your students in Grade 11 and 12 to visit the numberous booths and displays in the Library of Post-Secondary schools, trades and work opportunities available to Grade 12s after graduation.  Meet a contact person at the place you are thinking about attending and learn what programs opportunites and jobs are available.  All Grade 11s will attend during Period 22 and the Grade 12s in Period 3. JAG is open to the Grade 9 & 10 students.  CRP students are asked to make arrangement to stay for the presentations.

SAVE THE DATE!

Regina Public Schools SCC FORUM with Trustees

Parent Engagement = Student Success
 Tuesday, November 20
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m
 
Presentation by:  Dr. Debbie Pushor on Parent Engagement
• Network with other SCCs and parents
• Breakout sessions on relevant SCC topics
• Invitation is open to all SCC Members!
 
Watch for more information on registration

DRIVER EDUCATION - SESSION 2

SESSION 2:  Classes will begin for the next session on Monday, November 5.  You must be 15 on or before October 31.

If you previously signed up for Session 1, you do not need to re-apply.

Those needing to pick up forms, they are available in the office.

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT FORMS:  Thursday, November 1, NO EXCEPTIONS

 

2017 - 2018 YEARBOOKS

YEARBOOK COVERYearbooks have arrived!!
2018 Grads - you can come to the office to pick up your yearbook
Extra copies are available for sale $40.00 each.  No holds.  First come, first served.

DRIVER EDUCATION

Classes Start:  Tuesday, October 2 at 3:30 in the Library.  You must be on time.  If you cannot commit to the required class time/schedule, please let the instructor know as your spot can be filled.
Session 1 students: list is posted in the Library

Students who are not on the list for this session, there will be a second session.

 

SCHOOL CLOTHING STORE


clothingWildcats! The moment you have been waiting for has finally arrived!!  Our school clothing store is up, running, and waiting for your orders – but only until Sunday, September 30!! To visit the store, click here.

This year, you’ll notice that we’ve done something a little different.  Instead of only providing school clothing for our regular student body, we’ve also included some specialized items, including senior gear for those who are graduating this year, and collared shirts for teachers who are wanting a more professional look.

We’re positive there is something for everyone in our clothing store. Be sure to check out the new joggers, the backpack, and the baseball style hoody, in addition to all our regular items.  But remember: Store closes September 30.  Order ASAP to ensure you don’t miss out!!

Transcripts

To get a copy of your official Grade 12 transcript, please go to the Ministry of Education website by clicking here
FWJ cannot provide you, a potential employer, or secondary educational institute with your transcript.

Smudging in Schools

 

What is Smudging?

Smudging is a cleansing ceremony practiced by Indigenous peoples;
People smudge certain regalia, such as drums, themselves, room/area, and other items;
Participation in smudging is voluntary – if you do not wish to or are unable to
participate in smudging, you may step back or not stand up.
One or more of the natural plant medicines are burned: Tobacco, Cedar, Sage, and Sweet grass;
Smudging happens when hosting an Aboriginal community event, meeting and/or inviting Elder(s)/Knowledge Keepers or Aboriginal artist(s) to schools.

Why is a Smudging Conducted?

To bring about a sense of grounding, direction and connection;
To see, feel, think and act with clarity;
To help create a positive mindset;
To cleanse/purify a person, place or object of negative energies, feelings or thoughts.

How is a Smudging Conducted?

Natural medicine(s) will be burned in a natural vessel – clay bowl, abalone shell, etc.
A feather or hands are put in the smoke which is then brought onto the body;
Participants may remove any metal (rings, watches, glasses, etc.) prior to the smudging.
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