- City Bus Passes are available in the Office for Sale - $65/Month (Debit/Credit/Cash or Cheque payable to Vanier Collegiate)
- Next months Bus Passes are available the last week of every month
BOOK A MEETING WITH MS. LAPOINTE
- Drivers Training Class started September 13
- Will be Noon Hour Classes (12:25-1:25) bring your lunch to Rm 123
- Class will run appx 6 weeks
- NEW CLASS for Drivers Training starts September 29
- Will be After School Classes (4:30-6:30)
- Class will run appx 3 weeks
- SIGN UP in the office on the Bulletin Board
- MUST BE 15 by December 31, 2021 (or close to)
|Time||Monday, Sept 13||Tuesday, Sept 14||Wednesday, Sept 15||Thursday, Sept 16||Friday, Sept 17|
|9:40||Brooklyn N.||Wyatt B.|
|10:45||Kayleigh D||Dylan M.||Wyatt B.|
|11:30||Jesse C.||Sabia P.||Chenoa F.|
|1:25||Keaton C.||Mariel M.||Hayden R.|
- Join the Vanier Drama group on EDSBY today! There are all kinds of activities going on weekly, open to all Vanier students, including Theatre Creation, Play Reading, Stage Crew / Tech Workshops, and Dance / Choreography Workshops. Click here for the Vanier Drama group page: Note: Students MUST access EDSBY on Chromebook or computer to find and join the group. After you have joined, the group will be accessible from your personal devices. You can also follow "vaniertheatre" on Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, or Twitter for updates.
- HOT LUNCHES EVERY WEDNESDAY - $5.00 (cash or tap accepted), you can also pre-buy lunches at the office
- Sept 22 - Smokies, Perogies with Harvest Veggies and a Juice Box
Elections Canada Opportunity for Students
Elections Canada is struggling to recruit enough election workers in Saskatchewan to staff all the polls on election day, Monday, September 20. There are lots of jobs available all across the province.
Any student who is 16 or older and a Canadian citizen is eligible to work at the polls. As we’ve discussed in our ACOE meetings this is a great opportunity to see democracy in action, practice active citizenship, gain work experience, build resumés, and get paid at the same time. We know students will have to miss school for a day but, as we’ve discussed, poll work provides a rich learning opportunity.
Would you help us spread the word to grade 11 and 12 teachers in Saskatchewan that Elections Canada is actively seeking students who are 16 or older to work on election day? They can apply on Elections Canada’s website or reach out to their local returning officer by going on the Elections Canada homepage, entering their postal code, and finding out the name and number of the Returning Officer.