March 11th, 2020
A note regarding vaping and smoking: As per smoking by-laws passed by HRM in October of 2018, there is no smoking in or near public buildings. At Auburn Drive High School there is a line that is clearly marked for the correct proximity for those who are of age to smoke and/or vape. All smokers must be behind this line. There are no exceptions. This includes the parking lot and student vehicles on school property- both are prohibited smoking and vaping areas. Any student who does not meet this expectation will be referred to their appropriate VP.
Any students in grade 11 who have an average of 90 or above are encouraged to apply for the Lt. Governor award. This award is given to a student who exemplifies commendable service in the community and school and also possesses leadership skills. Please outline this in a letter to Ms. Hudson, you may attach a resume. These are to be handed in to the main office by no later than Tuesday, March 24th.
Make sure to check your scholarship deadlines! They come up pretty fast and furious between March and April. March break week is a fantastic week to get ahead on those applications not due until April. How good would it feel to have it all done way before it was due?
Badminton practice is today from 6 to 8.
Hey eagles, coming up is our Multicultural Night! It is being held on March 31 from 6:30-8:30pm in the cafeteria, and it is open to the community so make sure to gather all of your family and friends to come. The night will be filled with lots of fun as you experience food from around the world and learn about different cultures! If you would like to have a booth at the event and teach others about your own culture, take a form from outside the council room and return it back to the council room as soon as possible!
Are you an Indigenous youth who has an interest in fashion? there is a great opportunity for you to take part in an event located in Toronto ALL EXPENSE PAID! For more information please see Terry in Student Services
For any students that are interested in a volunteer experience with the North American Indigenous Games happening in July 2020 please see Terry in Student Services today for more information. You DO NOT need to be First Nations. It is open to anyone and everyone. It is a very exciting opportunity to showcase our amazing city to the whole continent!
At Lunch today: Italy/Greece 2021: There will be a fundraising meeting today at lunch in room 202 for those travelling to Italy/Greece. All who are interested in this fundraiser must attend….
In the caf: Quesadillas today!