Auburn Drive High

January 18th, 2021

MLK Day Today

Information about being nominated for the Schulich Leader Scholarship is now posted in Student Services and on our Instagram page. This is for grade 12 students who are pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering or  Math. Valued at between $80 to 100,000!! Please stop by to get an application or get more information. Deadline for applications TOMORROW.

On January 21st , Dalhousie will be hosting 2 sessions to help students with the process of applying for entrance awards and scholarships. The links to sign up to attend these sessions can be found on our Instagram page or on the bulletin board in Student Services
Reminder that all Library books are due back Wed Jan 20.
Teacher's can collect books in their classrooms to be returned to the library.
Students can renew and borrow books by visiting the Library.
Please follow Covid classroom rules, by sending one student at a time.
​Thank you for returning your books to the library.

We have calendars for sale again this year featuring our sister school in Ghana. Your $15 donation will go directly to the school to help fund more projects like the ones we completed last year. Auburn has a special place of mention in the calendar!

In the caf:
Chicken fingers and taters today!

Flex Room Schedule for Monday:
Morning: A block, first half, Mr. Sadler’s room 202; second half Mr. Ray in room 224
Afternoon: B block, first half, Mr. Deveaux’s room 211; second half Ms. Cleary’s room 313

MLK Day today:
Although he was born on January 15, today is the day the USA sets aside to tribute Martin Luther King. He was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from 1955 until his assassination in 1968. As an inspirational speaker he was unparalleled. His ‘I Have a Dream’ speech is as relevant today as it was when he first spoke it. If you haven’t read it, or read it recently, do it today in his honour.
Some interesting facts you might not have known about MLK:
15 years old
Martin was a smart child, so smart that he skipped the 9th and 12th grade before enrolling at Morehouse College in 1944, the alma mater of his father and maternal grandfather. King originally did not intend to follow the family vocation of becoming a preacher until the Morehouse president convinced him otherwise. He was ordained before graduation.
3 Grammy nominations
When you think Dr. King, you probably don’t think Grammy award winner and chart topper, but the affluent speaker released albums of his sermons and speeches, receiving 3 Grammy nominations and winning the award posthumously in 1971