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Student Bulletin

Wednesday, November 22, 2017


French Club meets every Day 4 in room 49 from 12:30 to 1:00.  All students, in all grades are welcome to the club. French Club gives students the opportunity to stay immersed with the French language and culture in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.


KDHS meets Mondays at lunch in the foods room.  We will be collecting money and non-perishables to be donated to local homeless shelters.  Please come down.  Everyone is welcome!


Interested in gender equality?  Want to know what it means to be a feminist?  Just have questions? Gender Studies Club meets Mondays at lunch in room 56!  All are welcome, hope to see you there.


Japanese beginner class happens Tuesdays at 3:45 in room 35.


The Aboriginal Student Group meets Wednesdays at lunch in room 25.  All First Nations, Inuit and Metis students are invited to attend.


Have you completed the 10G Japanese language credit option and want to learn more? Join us Wednesdays from 3:45-5:15 in room 35. No charge! A credit MAY be possible. 


Spectrum meets Thursdays at lunch in room 46! Come down to discuss planning for Spirit Day!  All are welcome.


Students interested in debating please meet in room 21 at 3:30 on Fridays.  Please wait for the debate coach.


Game Day! Game Day! Join Kelvin Gaming Club today after school from 4:00-7:00 in room 124.  For those interested in trying out Dungeons and Dragons there will be an intro game with celebrity GM Mr. Carriere.  See you at the tables.


Attention all grads! The ONLY grad fundraiser is on now.  We are selling "Steeped Tea". Pick up order forms in the office if you don't already have one.  Orders and money are to be handed in to Ms. Temesvari in room 16 by Monday, November 27.


Congratulations to Daylen Rodriguez and Kayla Mintenko who won the 1st place in grade 9 category at the Junior High Novice Debate Tournament held at St. John's-Ravenscourt School last night where 120 debaters competed against each other! A great achievement for Kelvin High School. They also won the best debaters in the entire tournament.  


Hey Kelvinites! Class Act auditions start today and run until Friday, December 1. All talented students are welcome to audition, so if you sing, play music, dance, do stand-up or almost anything. Sign up for an audition time in room 19 right away.  Questions? Ask in room 19 or room 25.


Are you a burgeoning young author? Write the first page of a book set 150 years in the future, with the protagonist facing an issue that's topical today. The deadline is November 30 at 6:00pm Eastern. See the scholarship board for details.


Anyone interested in Timekeeping at Kelvin basketball home games, there will be a meeting at 3:30 in the gym today.  See Ms. Gysel or Mr. Sirrell for more details.


US Democratic Senator Jeff Merkeley has said that the treatment of Burma's Roheen-ja minority has "all the hallmarks of ethnic cleansing", with widespread reports of atrocities... So what?  It has been said that if you ever asked yourself what you would have done in the 1930's, in the build-up to World War 2 or during the 1960's Civil Rights crusade of Martin Luther King, the answer to your question is:  "You're doing it, now!"  Be aware, and take action, at HASTA tomorrow at lunch hour in room 35, where we will be working on responding to the Roheen-Ja crisis and spreading the net to halt the scourge of malaria.  That's HASTA, tomorrow in room 35, at lunch hour.  All are welcome!


Did you miss last week's Info Meeting about Kelvin's Trip to Thailand planned for Spring Break, next school year?  Then run, don't walk, to find Ms. Geysel, or simply sashay your way to Sokalski-Sensei to find out how you can feed baby elephants and ride the Death Railway on an unforgettable Asian adventure.  That's Kelvin Trip to Thailand, info available in room 35!


The cover contest for this year's Literary Arts Book is on until tomorrow by the office! Come on down and cast your vote on which piece of art you think is the best for the cover!


The Safeway at River & Osborne is looking for 4-6 students to volunteer on Tuesday, December 5 from 5-8pm to help raise funds and awareness for the Christmas Cheer Board.  It is a lot of fun and you can use the hours towards a volunteer credit.  If any students are interested, please see Mr. Tibbs in the Resource Room, room 23.


Attention water polo team.  Breakfast windup party is happening on Tuesday, December 5 am.  Please contact Coach Michael to confirm attendance and include food restrictions.  Please see Coach or Facebook page for more information.


Come to the Volunteer Fair in the Library at lunch tomorrow to find out how you can give back to the community while developing valuable leadership and communication skills! Arrive before 1pm for a chance to win one of three sweet treat prizes!


Attention girls indoor soccer team, there will be a brief team meeting today at lunch in room 3.


Students who demonstrate their commitment to the values of citizenship through volunteer service or student government, must see Ms. Davison by December 1 to be considered for nomination for the George Harbottle Memorial Award.


Are you considering a career in graphic design? Check out Red River's graphic design info night next Wednesday from 7:00-9:00pm.


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