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Tuesday 16th of January 2018


(1) Improv Team
Improv Team: Please come have some fun in Dance Studio #2 after school on Tuesday January 16 from 3:15 till 5:30.

R. Miller-Tait

(2) NEW! Child & Youth Worker OYAP
A NEW CYW program for Coop students.
Attend Centennial and begin your career as a Child & Youth Worker.
See Mr Robertson in COOP ASAP
P. Robertson

(3) King Girls Club
Weekly meeting as usual today at lunch in C61 - See you there!
K. Michaud

(4) Swim Team Meeting Tuesday
There will be a mandatory meeting of the swim team Tuesday at the start of lunch in room D62. Please be prompt!
D. Halliday

(5) Swim Club Cancelled
Tuesday's Swim Club is cancelled. Swim Club will restart Semester 2. Good luck on your exams!!
D. Halliday

(6) notice to CO-OP next semester
Semester 2 co-op students check into the CO-OP office this week regarding your placement.(come to the office in the morning or make appointment)
P. Robertson

(7) That Girl Group
Attention RH King Girls! Please join us for the first girls group meeting today at lunch in C61. See you there!
K. Michaud

(8) Leadership Council Sweatshirts
Leadership Council Sweatshirt sales will end Friday. Get yours through Cash Online for $45.00. Sizes to try on are available in room D69. Act now!!
D. Halliday

(9) French Speaking Contest
Do you like speaking French? Do you enjoy improvisation? Come to an info session Wednesday at lunch in C64.
Contest: Jan. 31
Show off your French!
A. Robalino

(10) STEM Club
STEM Club will start again in second semester. Good luck preparing for your exams!
K. Budny

(11) Ontario University Application Deadline
Final Reminder: OUAC applications are due Wednesday, January 17th.
C. Fukumoto

(12) Intro to Model UN
Intro to MUN also meets today at Lunch in D66
T. Bodor

(13) No King Improv Show Friday:(
Sorry folks. No King Improv show this Friday because of exams. We just found out that you can't improv on exams and actually need to study!:)
S. Schillaci

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In case of an anaphylactic emergency, Epi-Pens are located in the main office as well as in the white AED box outside of the main office for use after school hours

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