Scarborough Academy for Technological, Environmental and Computer Education
Thursday 23rd of February 2017

(1) Change Your World Environmental Conference
A celebration of youth in environmental and social justice.
For more information see
L. Cayley

(2) Model City Hall Ambassador Program
Students interested in politics and leadership please see Mr. Duncan in Room 100 for more information.
T. Duncan

(3) Badminton Tryouts
Badminton tryouts will be at 7:15 AM Thursday Feb. 23, 2017. That is TOMORROW morning. FINAL CUTS are being made so you must show up.
C. Rhoden

(4) ultimate frisbee
There is a practice on Friday after school in the main gym. All potential players welcome.
M. Kingsley

(5) ARCHAEOLOGY Summer Course
Summer Archaeology Course.
July 14-30, 2017
Visit for more information and to register.
L. Cayley

(6) The Office
Graduates, if you did not have your photo taken or require a retake please pick up a form from the office to sign up on line. Retake day is Feb 27
K. Stadnyk

(7) Register for Toronto Police Service Community Police Academy
Eight week course on Saturdays from April 1-June 3.Earn 2 credits toward Humberís Police Foundations Diploma. Visit
M. Noble

(8) Change Your World Environmental Conference
A celebration of youth in environmental and social justice. April 6, 2017
For more information see
L. Cayley

(9) Summer Co-op Program
Students wanting summer co-op:go to link to summer co-op prog.Applications & resume due to by Mar24
M. Noble

(10) Robotic Competition at U of T
Know your Arduino UNO well? SEEK Junior is going to be on Mar 18,2017 at U of T. See Ms. Yung to register this week.
C. Yung

(11) Lifeguard positions this summer
PPL Aquatic, Fitness and SPA Inc. is hiring summer full time & part-time lifeguards.Go to or see flyer on bulletin bd. outside rm101
M. Noble

(12) Parents as Partners Conference
Free conference planned by parents for parents on April 1/17 @ the Allstream Centre.Lunch provided,free childcare. Register@
M. Noble

(13) Math Department
Students writing the U of Waterloo math contests should have received a confirmation email. If you have not received one, please see Mr Fong, rm 213.
R. Fong

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