An Advanced Placement School

OurSCHOOL survey

 

F.W. Johnson students will be participating in an online school survey for students called the OurSCHOOL Student Survey over the next four weeks.  This survey is completed as part of an initiative by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education and helps inform decisions that lead to improvements in students’ experiences at school.  The surveys will be completed during class between October 10 and November 17.    

 

About the OurSCHOOL Student Survey:

     Allows students to share their feedback anonymously on their experiences at school, school environment and school improvement programs. 

     Participation in the survey is voluntary, however all students are encouraged to participate.

     The time required to complete the survey may vary, but it is designed to be completed in approximately 35-40 minutes.

 

 

Survey measures include such topics as behaviours and attitudes linked to student success, emotional and social well-being. For more information about the OurSCHOOL Student Survey, please visit The Learning Bar Inc.’s website: www.thelearningbar.com.   If you have questions or would like to request more information about FWJ’s upcoming implementation of the OurSCHOOL Student Survey, please contact Ms. Nancy Buisson (Principal) by email or by calling the main office (305-523-3350). 

Perfect Attendance September 2017

Congratulations to the 157 Wildcats with perfect attendance in September!

 

Abraham S

Alexa K

Alexander D

Alexander W

Alyssa M

Alyssa R

Amie U

Andre S

Andrew M

Angela D

Anika A

Anisa M

Anmoalpreet S

Annika B

Anthony N

Anthony T

Aya S

Baylee A

Braedyn M

Breanne L

Brooke W

Calvin D

Carly H

Carson H

Carter H

Chandra R

Chantel G

Chaoyang Z

Chasity G

Chelsea B

Cindy C

Colby K

Colin T

Colton H

Cyric J

Dalaynie F

Dalia C

Dawson H

Desteny D

Devin L

Devstin R

Dillon C

Douglas-James C

Duncan C

Dylan D

Eli R

Emily D

Emily L

Emily S

Emma W

Eric M

Fahman A

Gavin S

Govinda K

Gunakhar D

Hailey R

Haley C

Hannah M

Harmanpreet K

Isabella S

Jack D

Jackson H

Jacob P

Jamieson N

Jamila A

Jay G

Jessica B

Jessica F

Jiayi L

Jieying L

Jonah H

Jordan M

Jordan W

Jullianna B

Kaden C

Kali P

Karuna S

Keiles B

Keller W

Keon T

Kevin R

Khai N

Khai T

Kiara Z

Kryztel M

Kyle W

Laura M

Lee K

Leslie U

Liam W

Lydia N

Lynden W

Makaela S

Marsha V

Mason R

Mathew S

Matthew L

Matthew S

Matthew T

Matthew W

Matthew W

Melina A

Miao Q

Michelle D

Moyesh T

Nandini T

Narayan M

Nataya A

Nathan B

Nathan S

Nathan V

Nicholas H

Nicholas V

Nick C

Nikhil S

Nikola L

Oriah A

Phoenix B

Precious D

Purnima A

Rashawn T

Ravneet D

Rebecca M

Rebekah T

Richard N

Ridley B

Ruixiang Z

Runheng L

Saja D

Samantha P

Sania A

Saran R

Saurav M

Savanna P

Serenden W

Shiann L

Sonny K

Spencer L

Stacey C

Stina U

Sunehpreet K

Taylor D

Taylor T

Thanh N

Tshering T

Tyrese W

Tysen H

Tyson P

Vincent W

Westley H

Xiangying L

Yashvi L

Yiyang L

Yunxiang K

Yuting L

Zackery H

Zi C

 

 

 

Wildcat Football

Come cheer on the team as they play Sheldon Thurday at 5:15 at Leibel Field.  

 

School Zone Safety

Please watch this reminder on school zone safety.  

 

 

 

Yearbooks

The 2016/2017 Yearbooks have arrived. 
If you want to purchase a yearbook, extra copies will be available for sale Monday, October 2, $40.00, no holds.

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.

Open House - September 19th

Students and families, please join us!

Picture Day

PICTURES for staff and students will be taken on Tuesday, September 12th.

Watch student annoucements for ordering information.

Attendance Matters

ATTENDANCE

School Zone Parking & Drop Off

USE GOOD JUDGEMENT

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