Grad walk up ppt

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1-IkH0z-Z9eFBG3rp–pljiAs9tBpjmp0SGRa5mqSodU/edit#slide=id.g28790b574cab7348_206

 

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Grad Meeting – June 7, 2018

Grad letter for parents 2018

Grad Meeting June 7 and 8

2018 Program cover

Graham Holmes Scholarship due TODAY!!!! Please give to Mrs. VW or Mr. Tinsley :)

Grade 12s – Mrs. Spencer needs one or two baby/candid pics from you asap!!!!

Grad Meeting – Thursday May 31

May 31 Grad Meeting

Banquet 2018 menu Рthe $34 menu has been chosen!  We will decide specifics next Thursday

This means that the cost per ticket will be $43 WITHOUT drinks or $45 WITH drinks….thoughts?

Grad Songs to choose from:

 

 

Grad info!!!

Hopefully the following information does NOT come as a surprise to you, as I have been announcing this for the past number of weeks in Transitions class ūüėČ

  1. GRAD FEES DUE THURSDAY MAY 31 – $100
  2. BANQUET TICKET NUMBERS DUE THURSDAY MAY 31
  3. Important Grad meeting in Transitions class on Thursday, May 31

RCMP Cst. Graham Holmes Memorial Scholarship – 2 available at $1000 each – DUE TUESDAY JUNE 5

RCMP Cst. Graham Holmes Memorial Scholarship
Graham Holmes, son of DCS teacher Fern Holmes, was a DCS alumnus and constable with the RCMP. His life was taken tragically in 2018 during an off-duty snowmobiling accident in Nunavut, where he was stationed with the RCMP.
In honour of Graham’s life, his family is providing two $1000 scholarships to DCS graduates who are pursuing a career in law enforcement, emergency services (such as firefighter, paramedic, etc), military service, or health services.¬† Preference will be given to applicants pursuing a career in law enforcement.¬†¬†
To apply for this scholarship, please answer the questions below:
God is leading me to pursue a career in: _____________________________________
Please write a half-page to one-page essay that answers these questions:
Why do you feel led to pursue this career? Why do you feel this career path is important?  What characteristics or talents do you have that might enable you to be successful in this career? 

PLEASE SUBMIT TO MRS. SPENCER BY TUESDAY JUNE 5, 2018

Grad Meeting – Friday May 11

  1. https://scholartree.ca/ – scholarship site you can check out
  2. Grad Decorating May 11 meeting
  3. 2018 Grad Details
  4. we will do DCSS scholarships next week….

Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship – due May 31 – agriculture, food science, culinary

Monsanto Fund is Helping Build Careers

The Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship Program is available to Canadian high school students who are enrolled in their final year of high school as of May 29, 2018 and eligible to graduate from high school in 2018. Those eligible for a scholarship must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post‚ÄĎsecondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first-year agriculture, food science or culinary program.

If you have applied for entry into a college or university, but have not yet been accepted, you can still apply for a Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship. However, if you are awarded a scholarship, you must provide an acceptance letter from your educational institution.

Successful applicants will each be awarded a scholarship valued at $1,500, based on demonstrated academic standards and leadership in the community. Selection will be made by an independent panel.

You can find the Application Form here: http://www.monsanto.ca/ourcommitments/Pages/OpportunityScholarship.aspx

About the Application Essay 

Please provide an Application Essay between 300-500 words for the Selection Committee, Do not exceed this word count.

All Applications Essays must be:
Arial font
10 pt
Double-spaced
1.25″ left and right margins

Essay Question:
“Canadian farmers play an important role in feeding the world in a sustainable way; what role will you play?”

PSI forms = gr. 12 – if you want your interim marks sent to university/college, you must COMPLETE THIS FORM TODAY!

  1. Go to  www.studenttranscripts.gov.bc.ca/. Students must create a Basic BCeID account to access their information.  Once you have created your account, you can log in at the same link as above.
  2. You will need your PEN – if you do not know what it is, check your report card from any year – it will be in the top left under the title “Student PEN”

 

  1. On the StudentTranscripts Dashboard, under Transcripts & Certificates:

    ¬†Students can select PSIs to have their Interim Marks and/or Final transcripts distributed by selecting ‚ÄúSend/Order Your Transcript‚ÄĚ. Students find their desired Post Secondary Institutions and¬†select (dependent on the¬†PSI‚Äôs current process) the¬†option ‚ÄúSend interim and final marks when they are available‚Ä̬†or¬†‚ÄúSend final marks when they are available‚ÄĚ.

  2. You only need to complete this form ONCE.  But you must do it before July 13 if you want the Ministry of Education to send your final marks to your university/college.
  3. Students may make up to 25 selections free of charge within six months after completing their last course. After six months, students will be charged $10 per transcript, payable on the StudentTranscript Service.

If you are having trouble understanding, please email Mrs. Spencer at dspencer@duncanchristian.com