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We would like to remind parents and guardians to complete payment of school fees at their earliest convenience.
Payments can be made online or through the school’s main office.
You can now pay school based fees directly online. This saves the hassle of writing cheques and eliminates the need for students to carry cash or cheques to school.
Please take five minutes of your time to register to the secure site.
Ugly Sweater Day: Friday December 19.
Adopt-A-Family: Thank you FWJ students and staff for donating to the Adopt-A-Family.
FW Johnson Spirit Wear is Here! Please see Mrs. Lister in Room 214 if you would like to purchase any spirit wear. Please note, Mrs. Lister is in the school in the mornings only .
Parents/Guardians: if your son or daughter attends CRP, and will be absent from classes, you need to notify CRP at 306-523-3300. For classes at Johnson, please continue to contact our main office.
Need Volunteer Hours for Credit Phys-Ed? See Ms. Trakalo.
All Grade 12 students graduating first semester - if you are planning on going to the graduation ceremony on June 25th and want to cross the stage, you need to see Ms. Scarff in Room 221.
Choir & Band Students: Meeting for all band and choir students Thursday, December 18th at 12:10 in Auditorium!
The next yearbook meeting will be on January 12th, 2015. There are a lot of important items on the agenda we need to discuss, please plan to make this meeting. If you are unable to attend see Ms. Kuntz or Ms. Lewko.
The Yearbooks are in! Anyone who purchased a yearbook last year is asked to pick it up in the next few weeks. The office is open every day from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. During the holiday season the office will be open on December 22, 23 and 24 (until noon), and January 2. Please let all alumni and friends know!
Mock Trial members are reminded that we are meeting Friday during Period 4 - please attend - room 217. New members are still welcome!
The 2015 ‘Just Ask!’ video contest - open to all youth ages 12 to 18. Make a short video that promotes positive mental health for youth and/or encourages youth to ask questions and seek help when needed. DUE January 28, 2015. Please visit www.justaskregina.ca for full contest guidelines. Please click here to view the contest promotion video.
Canada's Luckiest Student: Your chance to win a $20,000 CIBC GIC, a year of free tuition, four years of books, and a whole lot more! For more information, see Guidance, or go to: studentlifenetwork.com
Junior Boys Basketball: The Jr Boys’ played a short handed Lumsden Devils team last night (they had a grand total of 5 players). In a true team effort which saw every player on the court for at least 5 minutes of the game the boys won handily 64 to 25. The game allowed our bench players to show off their talents and show off they did, the team was lead in scoring by Brody Rogers while the grade 10s were led by Damian Boychuk. The team had strong performances by Curtis Ficor and DeShawn LeJour as well as strong but amusing performance by Jinxin Tan (2 fouls in his first 30 seconds of play) and Austin Frier (the only player on either team to score for both teams). Boys are reminded that we are practicing today at 5:15 and that if they have any missing assignments that they should be in Ms Sweet’s room at 3:30 today to catch up.
Senior Girls Curling: First game after break is January 6th at the Callie starting at 4:00 p.m.
Recreational Curling: Next scheduled game is December 18th. First game after break is January 8th. All games are at the Callie at 4:00 p.m.
Hockey: reminder to all HockeyPlayers that our next game is January 6th at the Mahon. Game is at 4:15 against Balfour. If you are unable to attend please see one of the coaches ASAP.
Peg's Kitchen order will be available for pick up Thursday, December 18th after 5:00 p.m.
The Cage Canteen
The Cage Canteen Open every day from 12:03 to 12:45.
Serving Breakfast between 7:40 and 8:20. Start your morning right with a little bite from the Cage Canteen. For 25 cents per item, your choice of: cereal, toast, juice box, boiled eggs, granola bars, fruit, yogurt tubes and cheese sticks.
Free Breakfast Friday: (for Johnson Students) The Cage Canteen is sponsoring a Free Breakfast Friday, from 7:40 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. - cereal or toast. Breakfast Special: Grilled Cheese & Coffee for $1.00.
Buck-a-Bowl Wednesdays: The Cage Canteen will be serving homemade soup on Wednesdays for only $1.00 a bowl.
Keurig Coffee Maker Now Available at the Cage Canteen: Bring your own K-Cup for the Keurig machine - and for just 25¢ (for creamer/sugar/cup) you can brew your own coffee, tea, hot chocolate, etc.