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Skills Ontario Results
So far at Skills Ontario Provincial Championships in Toronto On May 3, 2017, after 3 days of competition, SHHS has done very well

KEATON RICH was named TOP SECONDARY SCHOOL COMPETITOR in ONTARIO
KEATON RICH is Provincial Champion in Machining
MICHAEL MONTREUIL is 2nd in Ontario in CAM - Computer Aided Manufacturing

 Keaton Gold  Michael Silver
 Keaton Machining  Mike CNC


Skills Ontario - Midland Results  2017

The second round of skills for the welders was in Midland this past weekend. The competitors from Near North (Huntsville to Guelph and Forest to Lindsay) were all bidding for a place in the top three to advance to the Ontario round May 1-3. The level of skill was ramped up as all the competitors had to qualify at earlier regional rounds. Sacred Heart had three welders who qualified from Owen Sound regional skills qualifier. Christian Glass, Nick Kieswetter and Jake Spitzig were all in the shop last week honing their skills. Former skill competitors, Brett Waetcher and Craig Klein came back to pass on some tips and tricks for our three qualifiers to the event. The part had several challenging welds including overhead and several multiple pass welds using various welding techniques. All three made huge improvements in the last few weeks and any one of them could qualify. As per the rules however no more than one student per board and only if they place in the top three at the competition. So first you have to be in the top three and then beat all your teammates. When the weld smoke cleared in Midland, Jake Spitzig was sitting in second and will be representing Sacred Heart High School at the Ontario round. Congratulations to all the welders this year on a job well done and good luck to Jake as he continues to prepare for the Ontario round.

Mr.  McCormick

Skills Canada – Owen Sound Competition 2017

Skills Canada is a competition that showcases the skills in the trades for secondary and post-secondary divisions. Students are placed head to head with students from other districts and locals across the country to show both their knowledge and hands on skills in a multitude of disciplines. On Friday last week 9 students went up to Georgian College in Owen Sound for the first qualifier of the Skills Canada Competition.  Sacred Heart sent students in three disciplines this year to this first round. In Small engines Cole Black and Tanner Meyer had to diagnose and repair several errors in electrical, fuel and mechanical areas. In Precision machining Keaton Rich, Everett Grubb and Kyle had to use produce parts to specifications on the lathe and the milling machine. In welding Nick Kieswetter, Christian Glass, Jake Spitzig and Elijah Warner had to fabricate a complicated part using blueprint reading skills and stick and mig multi-positional welding techniques.

 All of the competitors did their bests and showcased the awesome programs within the walls of SHHS.

The results were outstanding and several of the team achieving top three finishes. Keaton Rich and Everett Grubb came first and second in precision machining and Jake Spitzig achieve a 3rd in Welding. With hot young guns Elijah Warner and Kyle Hammel in grades 9 and 10 impressing the judges Sacred Heart will have a strong team for years to come.

Our next round, this Saturday in Barrie, will consist of the 3 qualifying welders in attendance. Jake Spitzig, Nick Kieswetter and Christian Glass will touch up their skills this week and be ready for round 2.

Keaton Rich has qualified for the provincial competition on May 2nd

Congrats to all the skills competitors!


11th Annual Doogie Cup
High School Girls Rugby Tournament
Friday, April 28, 2017 in Walkerton @ SHHS / WDCS

Doogie Cup Schedule
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CEW 2017


He is Risen


Toy Donations Needed



Relay For Life

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Thursday, June 1st 9am-9pm
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School Council Meetings:
Everyone is welcome to attend.

Our School Council Meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. in the library. Nominations for this year's School Council are now being sought. According to the
school Council constitution, up to seven (7) parent representatives are needed with all positions being open for the upcoming school year. A nomination form can be found on the reverse of this newsletter. Your participation would be greatly appreciated. Nominations are to be returned to the school by September 24th. school council meets approximately 6 times per year.


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Student Volunteer Opportunities

Student Services Centre (Guidance Office) often has requests for student volunteers. Please check the Student Services Bulletin Board for more information and sometimes information will also be posted on the Volunteer Page. Remember, the Ministry of Education requires a minimum of 40 hours of community service to graduate.



Math Help ... Available online

Online Math Help
Hello everyone!

Just a reminder to all those high school math students - you don't need a specific question to get Math Help. They can enter the room and simply ask for help with "slope" or "completing the square" or any other topic. The tutor will make up a question for them and help them with the concept. It's a great way to review topics that they haven't seen since September.

www.homeworkhelp.ilc.org
Sun - Thurs, 5:30pm - 9:30pm

Remember, if a student has forgotten their username/password, all they need to do is re-register with their OEN. They'll reset their password and be given their old ID back again.

As always, if you have any questions or problems, don't hesitate to contact me.

Thanks,
eLearning Contact for BGCDSB
homeworkhelp@bgcdsb.org


Financial Aid Resources for Those Applying to Post-Secondary Education

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Need to talk? Speak to a parent, counsellor at school, teacher, friend, coach, priest, neighbour, police officer, etc. There ARE people to listen. Other links are above.


Kids Help Phone
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Need to talk? Speak to a parent, counsellor at school, teacher, friend, coach, priest, neighbour, police officer, etc. There ARE people to listen. Other links are above.


Kids Help Phone
www.kidshelpphone.ca
1-800-668-6868  
Kids Help Phone   Yellow Ribbon - Cry For Help
Need to talk? Speak to a parent, counsellor at school, teacher, friend, coach, priest, neighbour, police officer, etc. There ARE people to listen. Other links are above.


Kids Help Phone
www.kidshelpphone.ca
1-800-668-6868  
Kids Help Phone   Yellow Ribbon - Cry For Help
Need to talk? Speak to a parent, counsellor at school, teacher, friend, coach, priest, neighbour, police officer, etc. There ARE people to listen. Other links are above.


Kids Help Phone
www.kidshelpphone.ca
1-800-668-6868  
Kids Help Phone   Yellow Ribbon - Cry For Help
Need to talk? Speak to a parent, counsellor at school, teacher, friend, coach, priest, neighbour, police officer, etc. There ARE people to listen. Other links are above.


Kids Help Phone
www.kidshelpphone.ca
1-800-668-6868  
Kids Help Phone   Yellow Ribbon - Cry For Help
Need to talk? Speak to a parent, counsellor at school, teacher, friend, coach, priest, neighbour, police officer, etc. There ARE people to listen. Other links are above.
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