SAFE SCHOOLS ALERT: Please click on this link if you would like to inform the administration of important information.
Do you have any fun school pictutes that you would like to have in the yearbook? Last call for student submissions. Stop by C145 during lunchtimes this week with a USB.
During the month of May, each week there will be a focus on a specific teen issue. The goal is to create awareness and give positive examples to equip you to make healthy choices and feel good about yourself and your relationships. Check out the screens in the main foyer for videos and pictures as well as the Heritage Web Page. Make sure to share videos on Facebook or other social media outlets. There will be a Poster and Video Contest with Prizes! Check it all out this month! Spread the word, spread awareness!
This week's focus is on promoting healthy sexuality. Check out sexualityandu's website www.sexualityandu.ca for great information and check out the promotional videos on the tv screens and website. Also we have a CLSC nurse here at Heritage who is available for student consultation for any of these issues.
Last week's focus was on preventing homophobia. Friday May 17th is the International Day Against Homophobia. Citizens from all walks of life are invited to reflect on homophobia and its devastating effects. Check out the posters around the school and check out the student-created video on the website and tv screens:
Another focus was on promotion Healthy Relationships, both friendships and romantic relationships. Check out the websites below:
Shredded is about a group of teenage boys who want to transform their bodies so they become "shredded" like the muscle-filled bodies of their media heroes. The film reveals the risks they're willing to take to achieve the ideal male shape, exploring supplement use and the temptations of steroids. With frank honesty, the boys relate their experiences, desires and motivations to the audience, who must draw their own conclusion. The film is about 20 minutes.
Click above to see the new camera club blog (with tons of great photos)!
Tuesday & Wednesday, May 14-15
Lunch @ House Room
Rember to pay your school fees!
OK grads - here is all of the info that you will need for your gradutation. So make sure to READ IT!
You can see the complete RSB Honour Band concert on HERITAGEWebTV.
All of the TNT videos are still going up. Check them out on HERITAGEWebTV.
Wacky Wednesday - HANG TIGHT
Wednesday, May 22 @ RVR Gym 12:30
Vow of Silence
Thursday, May 23
The Music Concert
Thursday, May 23 - Tickets on sale
Students from the regular music program & FAF
Spring Fling Dance
Friday, May 24 - Tickets on sale
Sexualityandu Poster & Video Deadline
Friday, May 24
Heritage Regional Foundation Golf Tournament
Sunday, May 26
Fort Debrouillard Student Life Challenge
Monday, May 27
Digital Citenship Activity - Definetheline.ca
Tuesday, May 28 @ Lunch Main-Foyer
Sports Awards Night
Thursday, May 30
The HRHS Dance Recital - Millenium
Friday, May 31 &
Saturday, June 01 (7PM)
The Fine Arts Focus Dance Show
Wednesday, June 05
The Fine Arts Focus Drama Plays
Saturday, June 08
STUDY SKILLS: Feeling overwhelmed by school? Have the impression that you could be doing better? Change your frown into a smile by joining me for the study skills workshops where we will look at strategies and skills that will help you become more efficient & feel more confident in school. Ms. Massue. B131. Mondays 4:00 - 5:00. Click here for the weekly topics.
SEC 4 HISTORY: Learn ‘how to learn’ History through the use of study skills such as time limes, acronyms and mind mapping. Learn how to use your agenda and concentrate on homework so that you can also have a life outside of school.
Ms. Massue. B131. 4:00 - 5:00. Click here for the dates.
TRADE & VOCATIONAL Programs: Click here for Applying to a Vocational School
When will I hear back about whether I have been accepted?
All students should have heard back from Champlain College about their admission request.
If you were refused by Champlain, the Admissions Department is open for you to call them directly if you have questions about why you were refused and if there is something you can do.
You can consider applying to a SRAM school before April 22, 2013. http://sram.omnivox.ca
Come and talk to a counsellor to come up with a plan (C-242)
SRAM Schools (Vanier, St Hyacinthe, St Jean, etc)
For the SRAM system, students can view the status of their application online for the first round response starting on April 9th.
For SRAM refusals, don't forget to apply to the second round before April 22. Students who did not apply to SRAM in the first round may also apply.
Check the online Table of Available programs to see where there is still room and speak to a counsellor.
We received an update from DAWSON. First choice programs responses should be received between March 14 & April 30. A response will be posted on the application status portal and shortly after you will receive an explanatory letter.
If online, it indicated that you were not accepted for your first choice, the second choice program application will be reviewed and a response will be indicated by the end of May on the application status portal.
If you were accepted at Dawson…
Please see a Guidance Counsellor (C-242) to double check that you have properly set up your Omnivox account and to talk about your English Placement Test.
Try and reserve your English placement test on June 3rd if at all possible.
CONFIRM YOUR APPLICATION !
If you were accepted at CEGEP, you must confirm your acceptance or your place will be given to someone else.
If you were accepted at more than one CEGEP, make up your mind and free up the space for some else!
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