Course Selection for Next Year - You have already selected your courses for the next school year, If you wish to make any changes, the deadline to request changes to your selection is Friday.
Parent Teacher forms - Please pass them in to the office ASAP, then pick up your appointment times at lunch.
Student Council - West Kings Student Council is accepting appliaction for next year. If you are interested in applying for a Co-President position or any Executive positions then please pick up an application on the bulletin board outside the main office. The applications are due to Mrs. Griffin on Monday.
Cafeteria Special - Pizza Slice $2.50
Cinnamon Bun Sale - There wil be a sale of yummy cinnamon buns on Thursday at recess time. If you enjoy the smell of them baking then bring your loonie to the lobby, they sell quick!
There are no classes on Friday. Be sure to take the day to get caught up on school work, clean your bedrooms, and of course spend some time outdoors with your friends.
Me to We Club - There will be an important Me to We meeting at lunch on Thursday. Bring your lunch, your friends and everyone is welcome to attend. The Me to We Club will meet in Mr. Morse's classroom B034.
Neptune Theatre Trip - There will be a brief meeting for all those attending the Neptune trip on Thurs. 27th at the beginning of lunch. Please make all efforts to attend. The meeting is held in Ms Ross' classroom!
Grad Dodgeball Tournament - Hey grads, get a team together and sign-up for the 2nd Annual Grad Dodgeball Tournament. There can be 6 players perr team, and each player contributes $3. The tournament will be held all next week during lunch. Sign-up on the Grad Bulletin Board.
Grad Bowling Bash - Grads are invited to a fun afternoon of bowling on Thursday, May 11th from 2:30-4:30pm. The bowling lanes in Greenwood will be hosting only West Kings grads. Watch for more information to be up on the Grad Bulletin board.
Grad Fees are due by May 12th. Fees are $110 and cover the cost of Grad BBQ, prom and the grad ceremony.
Scholarships and bursary information is already starting to come in. Check out the link on the website or the board in the Student Services Office.
Summer Employment Opportunity - The Village of Kingston is seeking individuals for the position of Summer Day Camp Counsellors. Successful applicants will be responsible for working with the Kingston Summer Day Camp for children aged 5-12. This temporary, full-time position is expected to start Monday June 26th, 2017 and run until Friday August 25th, 2017. More information is at the Wolverine Information Centre. Applications are due May 19th.
Summer Music Camp - Mount Allison University will once again be hosting a week-long Summer Academy of Music, July 16–22, 2017, for pianists, singers, string, woodwind, brass, and percussion instrumentalists ages 14 to 19. This is a superb opportunity for dedicated young musicians to hone their skills, learn new repertoire, and perform with other students. A Registration form is available in the office, and the application is due Monday.
Health Sciences Summer Camp - There are summer camps offered in July for students interested in health professions. The camps offer interactive, hands-on programming plus cultural and recreational activities at Nova Scotian universities. Accomodations andmeals are provided for $50. This camp is open to African NS and Indigenous students. Please see the Guidance Office for more information. Applications are due May 12th.
Summer Camp to prepare you for University - The PLANS Prep camp is held at Dalhousie University in July and focuses on skills developement to ease from high school to college or university. The program will explore leadership, time management, goal setting and research skills. If you are an African Nova Scotia student who plans to study health or science then you can check out more information in the Guidance Office. The week-long camp costs $40 and the application is due May 8th.