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Thursday 22nd of February 2018


(1) Varsity Girls Soccer
There will be an information session on Wed Feb 21 @ 12pm in C68 for any girls, including returning players, interested in playing soccer this Spring.
J. Gillies

(2) More info on environmental science (SVN3M)
Missed getting information on environmental science? Check out the powerpoint presentation that was playing in the classroom -> http://bit.ly/2GAD4RL
K. Budny

(3) King IMPROV Comedy
FRIDAY @ LUNCH! Funny Improv in the drama studio! FREE to come watch! GET EXCITED!!!!
S. Schillaci

(4) Black Heritage Celebration
Come celebrate black heritage at lunch in the Heritage Room on Monday, Feb 26th! Free performances and cultural food! Everyone is welcome!
T. Bodor

(5) King Equity Council
The King Equity Council meets at lunch today in the Heritage Room
T. Bodor

(6) Super Smash Bros Club
Don't Forget to come out to Super Smash Bros Club today at lunch in room B70, if you signed up! Sign-up sheet comes out Wednesdays room B70.
S. Sandoval

(7) Jr Orchestra
Jr Orchestra rehearsal on Friday morning at 8am!
D. Lee

(8) OSSLT Bootcamps
Sign up for OSSLT Bootcamps! Sign-up lists are in the library. Check the list for dates, times, and locations. Time to practice!
J. Gillies

(9) Toronto Skills
Would Amy Scott please see Ms. Mansfield for competition scopes and permission forms - come to B62 after school. Thanks!
R. Mansfield Bucholtz

(10) Special Schedule - Thursday February 22
8:55-9:50 - C
9:50-11:05 Mentor Course Selection Carousel Day
11:10-12:00 D
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-2:05 A
2:10-3:15 - B
A. Van Bochove

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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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