Drive Right Driving School
Drive Right Driving School will he hosting another 5 day course beginning on Tuesday, April 17. The course will be held here, at F.E.Madill. The dates of the course are April 17, 19, 24, 26 & May 1st from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. Register online at www.driverightschool.ca or registration forms are available at the school office.
2016-2017 Yearbooks for Sale
If you are interested in still purchasing a yearbook from last school year we still have a few copies available to purchase. Please see Mrs. Robinson in the main office and the price is $40.00.
“Our School” Survey
Attention all students – we need your voice! Starting later this week,students will be completing an anonymous, online survey called the “Our School” survey. Questions include topics such as behaviours and attitudes linked to student success, emotional and social well-being, and physical health. Mrs. McDade has been visiting period 1 classes to talk about the survey, specifically the two questions about F.E. Madill you have been asked to think about in advance. Here they are again : What do we do well, and what are you proud of at F.E. Madill? What do we need to learn to do better? Mrs. McDade, Mrs. Shore, and Mrs. Finch look forward to reading your responses as we work with all students to make F.E. Madill a positive and inclusive place to learn.
Discovery Week Healthcare Camp
Are you interested in work in the health care field? Would you like hands on experience with clinical skills such as casting, suturing, wound dressing and learning much more about the healthcare profession? If you said yes to this than we have the perfect summer camp for you! Discovery Week Healthcare Camp is being help right here in Wingham this coming July 3-6! If you are interested in attending please come to guidance for more details!
Part-time job opportunity on window in guidance
Micheal Landsberg is a Canadian celebrity who worked for TSN Sports Desk and had his own show called Off the Record. He is also an individual who has been living with a general anxiety disorder and depression. He is currently working to help stop the stigma around mental health through awareness and his hashtag #sicknotweak. If you are interested in hearing him live on May 3rd in Exeter at 1:00pm then please come to guidance to sign up. There is no cost to students.
CPR/First Aid Secondary High Skills Major
This is a reminder of the CPR/First Aid course for the Secondary High Skills Major Students this April 17 and 18 in room 201 from 8:50am to 3:00pm
A reminder to those attending the April 17th Art Trip to the McMichael Gallery to see Mr. Andrew with your permission form and fee before Friday. This is the largest collection of Group of Seven paintings in one place in Canada and you’ll learn to paint right in the gallery’s studio — join us at this one-of-a-kind location.
Attention students interested in a career in construction: There is a job opportunity with Harding Construction of Fordwich with the possibility of an apprenticeship. Please see the window in Guidance for more information.
5-1-5 is celebrating the second full week of April by hosting a special guest speaker. Come out on Thursday at 11:35 in room 206. Did we mention that there will be free pizza? Bring a friend!
Mustangs Making a Difference
There is a mandatory meeting today at lunch for members of Mustangs Making a Difference. Thats a mandatory meeting for all members of Mustangs Making a Difference ath the beginning of lunch today in Mr. McKague’s room 108.
The bus for the Pride Retreat on April 26th is filling up! All LGBTQ students and their allies are welcome to join in on this fun day of self-discovery, activities, food and dance, and the event is free! Sign up today with Ms. Joseph, Mrs. Trick, Mr. Klassen, or drop in to Guidance.
International Day of Pink
Today is the International Day of Pink, and you may see more than the average number of students and staff wearing pink today. It is a day where communities across the world, can unite in celebrating diversity and raising awareness to stop homophobia and all forms of bullying. It started in Nova Scotia when 2 straight high school students saw a gay student wearing a pink shirt being bullied. The 2 students intervened, but wanted to do more to prevent homophobic bullying. They decided to get everyone at school to arrive wearing pink, standing in solidarity.
Attention all Grade 11 and 12 students
Attention all Grade 11 and 12 students: immediately following announcements please proceed to the cafeteria for a very brief, but very important meeting with Mr Stryker and Mrs McDade regarding course selection for next year.
Jr. Band is today after school. REMINDER: Can you please bring your permission forms and money to Mr. Prout for Loud and Proud. As well, Elmira Chicken orders are due Monday April 16th. Please have the order form and money to Mr. Prout by then.