WEST ST. PAUL SCHOOL COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER, 2014

WEST ST. PAUL SCHOOL
COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER
NOVEMBER, 2014
3740 Main Street
West St. Paul MB R4A 1A4
Phone: 204-339-1964
Fax:
204-339-7204
Administrators
Principal:
Vice Principal:
Bob McIntosh
Angela Bubnowicz
PIZZA DAYS
November 5
November 19
December 3
December 17
Upcoming Events
 Hearing Screening
Nov.
3-9
Upcoming
Events
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 Immunizations
Parent
Connect
OPEN
All Grade
4 Students
&
Nov
5 6 Girls
Grade
Nov. 8
Immunizations
6
NovRemembrance
Day Assembly
Nov. 9 - 11:00Day
a.m.Assembly
Remembrance
Nov 10 ~ 1:00 p.m.
 Craft Sale Set-up
Nov. 17
Remembrance
Day
Nov 11 ~ NO SCHOOL
 PAC Craft Sale
PAC
Meeting
Nov.
18
Nov 12 ~ 7:00 p.m.
childcare provided.
Free
Parent/Teacher/Student
EY Conferences
Team Handball
Nov. 22 - p.m.
NovNov.
15 23 - NO CLASSES
WSP Craft Sale
NovDivisional
16 ~ 10 In-Service
a.m. - 4 p.m.
Nov. 26 - NO SCHOOL
Report Cards are on-line
17 Screening
NovVision
Our Beliefs: Take care of yourself. Take care of each other. Take care of this place.
Respecting Diversity
“Diversity encompasses all children. Their
diverse personalities, ethnicities, languages,
family structures, and learning styles all
contribute to the makeup of a diverse
classroom.” (Jennifer Katz)
Every morning, during morning announcements, children are
greeted warmly and encouraged to keep true to the beliefs that guide us
in our daily interactions here at West St. Paul School; Take care of yourself, take care of each other, take care of this place. These positive reminders serve to bring to the forefront the principles we consider important to our lives as moral and engaged citizens. Care and concern for
one another as diverse, unique learners remains at the forefront of our
work as teachers.
In this spirit, we, as a staff, have embraced the opportunity to
work with our children and strengthen their relationship to one another
and bond as a school community. In the past weeks, the members of our
learning support team have been taking an active role in collaborating
with teachers and their students with a focus on creating positive learning classroom environments that celebrate and value the diversity of all
children. Children are gaining a better understanding and appreciation
of their strengths and challenges as learners and are being supported to
learn that having a classroom of diverse learners strengthens the classroom community. By working to increase students’ awareness of themselves as learners we hope to increase student autonomy, self-respect,
as well as their respect for others.
Our goal is to create classroom learning environments that allow
all children to feel safe, respected and valued for what they have to contribute. Thinking and learning about others and the selfless acts people
do for one another seems only too fitting as we head into November
and the time of Remembrance!
Nov. 27-30
Parent/Teacher Conferences
Nov 21 ~ NO SCHOOL
Our NOVEMBER newsletter is now available for viewing on our school website.
Please visit www.7oaks.org/school/weststpaul/Pages
Early Years PE
Congratulations to all of our Cross Country Team members for their great effort at the Little Mountain Park
Divisional Meet on October 7! We had 107 students participate and everyone had a great time.
Upcoming Events
November 15 - Team Handball Tournament (Grades 4 & 5)
March 18 - Badminton (Grades 4 & 5)
May 4 - Cross Country (Grades 3 -5) ~ rain date is May 6
May 25 - WSP Track & Field ~ rain date is May 27
Once again, we are planning our annual Health and Wellness event for our students…”Healthapalooza 4” on
May 1, 2015. A variety of activities will be organized such as karate, cooking, yoga, wrestling, drama, weight
training and art. Parents, if you have expertise and passion for a health and wellness activity that you would
like to share with our students, please contact me.
Finally, just a reminder that occasionally, gym classes take place outdoors. Students need to dress warmly
for those occasions.
R. Chin
Early Years Phys. Ed. Instructor
MARK YOUR CALENDAR…
Wednesday, December 17th and Thursday, December 18th
7:00 p.m.
December 17th Line-up…
Mrs. Campbell’s AM and PM Kindergarten Classes
Mrs. Rempel’s Grade 1 Class
Mrs. Walker’s Grade 2 Class
Miss Yeo’s Grade 2/3 Class
Ms Carpenter’s Grade 3 Class
Mr. Skead’s Grade 4 Class
Ms Sharpe’s Grade 5 Class
Grade 8 Band
December 18th Line-up
Mrs. Moniz’s Grade 1 Class
Miss Schur’s Grade 2 Class
Miss Greening’s Grade 3 Class
Mr. Zylstra’s Grade 4 Class
Mr. Mackay’s Grade 4/5 Class
Mrs. Arjoon’s Grade 5 Class
Grade 6 Band
Grade 7 Band
Respecting Diversity
One of the many ways we, as a support team, are facilitating discussions regarding the value of diversity
within our classroom communities is through the introduction of Howard Gardner's nine Multiple
Intelligences. Through this avenue students are examining various ways they can be smart and how this
diversity can strengthen their classroom community. If families are interested in furthering their own
awareness of this concept surveys can be found at the following links: http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/
resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks3/ict/multiple_int/index.htm and http://www.7oaks.org/school/weststpaul/
Parents/Documents/Early%20Years%20Survey%20-%20Multiple%20Intelligences.pdf
Serina Shewchuk- Early Learning Support Teacher
Cathy Gingera - Middle Years Support Teacher
Maria Mathwig - Guidance Support
Please visit the 7 Oaks Divisional website for information on:
http://www.7oaks.org/Pages/Community-Information.aspx
Learn Lacrosse Free Clinic
Our goal was to collect 300 stuffed animals
for this worthy cause. We collected over
650 stuffed animals which will be cleaned
by Dollar-wise Quality Cleaners and
distributed to fire and paramedic stations
throughout Winnipeg and surrounding areas.
200 stuffed animals will be delivered to the
Interlake region. Thank you so much for
your support!
SCHOOL LOCKDOWN AND FIRE DRILL PROCEDURES
We will be sending out information in the very near future about both our school lockdown
procedures and fire drill procedures. We are meeting with the RCMP and West St. Paul Fire and
Rescue Departments to discuss and share ideas as to both of these very important school safety plans.
Once we have completed our consults, we will send out detailed information in a separate letter which
is a much secure way of transmitting important information within our school community.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
November 12 is our next PAC Meeting. Everyone is welcome and child care is provided.
November 16 is our 26th Annual Christmas Craft & Bake Sale. Be sure to spread the word! There will be
photos with Santa again ($5 sitting fee, which is donated back to the school and you get a 5x7 photo), bake
sale, over 50 crafters and silent auction, to name a few things.
POINTS OF INTEREST
Understanding and Responding to Bullying - A Guide for Parents (http://www.safeschoolsmanitoba.ca/
documents/guideForParents.pdf) This is a good read for anyone, as well as a great website to check out
when you have the time. There is also an article on Bus Drivers and Bullying prevention.
UPDATE ON THE PAC
We would like to thank and welcome Chad Schultz for joining us as the Vice-Chairman of the Parent Advisory
Committee. We are still looking for someone to organize the hot lunch committee. If you are interested,
please contact me.
Crystal Spence
PAC Chair
[email protected]
November is Book Fair month!!!
The Book Fair will be open all day Thursday, November 20 until 8pm and again Friday November 21 until
noon. Students will come and preview the book fair during the week with their class and can make
parents a wish list on their book fair flyer. Don’t forget to enter the draw for the door prize, a $50
value. (The winner will receive $25 in book fair items for the student and $25 for the student’s
classroom library.) Ballots are also on the book fair flyer and can be dropped off with Ms. Mathis in
the library.
One of the books featured at this fall's book fair is a great little whodunit called "Creepy Carrots" by
Aaron Reynolds and Peter Brown. With this title in mind there will be a Creepy Carrot Contest and all
students are encouraged to create their:
creepiest creepy carrot!!!
Contest rules:
 Please make your carrots no bigger than an average carrot
 Carrots should be hand drawn with lots of imagination
 Carrots can be any colour you wish
 Make sure you have fun creating a creepy carrot!
Contest winner will be announced on Monday November 24th!
See you at the book fair!!
PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES
NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2014
Look for a letter coming home with youngest students in the family regarding
conferences and booking your parent/teacher interview on-line. Instructions to access
Parent Connect can be found on our school website under the Parents tab.
NOVEMBER, 2014
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Sat
Fri
1
2
3 – Day 2
4 – Day 3
5 – Day 4
PIZZA DAY
Book your
Parent/Teacher
Conference on
Parent Connect
9
10 – Day 1
11
Remembrance Day
Assembly
1:00-2:00 p.m.
16
17 – Day 5
WSP PAC
Craft Sale
10 a.m.4 p.m.
23
NO SCHOOL
18 – Day 6
BOOK FAIR
Report Cards are
available for
viewing on
Parent Connect
24 – Day 4
12 – Day 2
REMEMBRANCE
DAY
7 – Day 6
8
14 – Day 4
15
IMMUNIZATIONS
DOSE #1
13 – Day 3
EY Team
Handball
Gr. 4&5
8:00-3:00
PAC Meeting
7:00 p.m.
Free childcare
provided.
19 – Day 1
BOOK FAIR
6 – Day 5
BOOK FAIR
PIZZA DAY
20 – Day 2
21 – Day 3
BOOK FAIR
BOOK FAIR
PARENT/TEACHER/
STUDENT
CONFERENCES
Starting at 3:00 p.m.
PARENT/TEACHER/
STUDENT
CONFERENCES
Starting at 8:00 a.m.
22
NO SCHOOL
25 – Day 5
26 – Day 6
27 – Day 1
28 – Day 2
29
VISION SCREENING
30
2014-2015 IMPORTANT DATES AT A GLANCE…
Nov 5
Parent Interviewer Open – Log in to Parent Connect to book your Parent/Teacher
Conference
Nov 6
Immunization Day ~ Grade 4 students and Grade 6 girls
Nov 10
Remembrance Day Assembly – 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Nov 11
Remembrance Day ~ NO SCHOOL
Nov 16
WSP PAC Craft Sale ~ 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Nov 17
Report Cards are available for viewing on Parent Connect in your student’s Folder
Nov 21
Parent/Teacher Conferences ~ NO SCHOOL
Dec 17 & 18
I Need A Little Christmas Vacation Concerts – 7:00 p.m.
Dec 19
Pancake Breakfast
Dec 22 – Jan 2
Winter Break ~ SCHOOL CLOSED
Jan 5
Classes Resume ~ School Day 6
Jan 16
PD Day ~ NO SCHOOL
Feb 2
PD Day ~ NO SCHOOL
The November newsletter is now available for viewing on our school website: http://www.7oaks.org/school/weststpaul
WEST ST. PAUL SCHOOL
DECEMBER, 2014
Sun
Mon
1 – Day 3
Tue
2 – Day 4
Wed
Thu
3 – Day 5
4 – Day 6
Sat
Fri
5 – Day 1
6
PIZZA DAY
HEARING SCREENING
7
8 – Day 2
9 – Day 3
10 – Day 4
11 – Day 5
12 – Day 6
13
14
15 – Day 1
16 – Day 2
17 – Day 3
18 – Day 4
19 – Day 5
20
PANCAKE
BREAKFAST
PIZZA DAY
I Need A Little Christmas Vacation
7:00 p.m.
21
22
23
24
25
26
CHRISTMAS DAY
WINTER BREAK
BEGINS
28
29
30
31
NEW YEAR’S EVE
NOTES:
JANUARY 1
2
WINTER BREAK
ENDS
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WEST ST. PAUL COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Advancing Community Schools
Serina Shewchuk – Learning Support Teacher – Early Years
Cheryl Rajfur – Community Coordinator
204-339-1964
School Website: http://www.7oaks.org/school/weststpaul
NOVEMBER
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
at
Fri
1
2
3
4
Parent/Child
Storytime
Music with Sonja
9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
3 – 5 years
9
10
5
WSP School
Christmas Craft Sale
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
23
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12
Parent/Child
Storytime
9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
3 – 5 years
30
19
14
Hans Kai
9:15 – 11:15 a.m.
20
15
Parent/Child
Let’s Play! Drop In
9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
0 – 5 years
21
22
Parent/Child
Rhymes & More
Parent/Teacher/Student
Conferences
9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
0 – 5 years
NO SCHOOL
25
Parent/Child
Storytime
9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
3 – 5 years s
13
PAC Meeting
7:00 p.m.
Free childcare.
18
24
8
9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
0 – 5 years
11
17
7
Parent/Child
Rhymes & More
Parent/Child
Storytime
9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
3 – 5 years
16
6
26
Parent/Child
Rhymes & More
9:30 – 11:00 am
0 – 5 years
27
28
Parent/Child
Gym Time at
SUNOVA CENTRE
9:00 – 10:15 a.m.
0 – 5 years
29
2014
WEST ST. PAUL COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Advancing Community Schools
Serina Shewchuk – Learning Support Teacher – Early Years
Cheryl Rajfur – Community Coordinator
204-339-1964
School Website: http://www.7oaks.org/school/weststpaul
DECEMBER
Sun
Mon
1
Tue
2
Parent/Child
Storytime
9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
3 – 5 years
7
8
15
Thu
at
Fri
4
5
6
10
11
12
13
19
20
Parent/Child
Rhymes & More
9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
0 – 5 years
9
Parent/Child
Storytime
9:00 – 10:30 a.m.
3 – 5 years
Music Time w/Sonya
14
Wed
3
Parent/Child
GYM TIME
at SUNOVA CENTRE
9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
Parent/Child
Rhymes & More
9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
0 – 5 years
16
17
18
Please join us for
WSP School’s
Pancake Breakfast
8:00 a.m.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Christmas Day
28
29
30
31
West St. Paul School Website: http://www.7oaks.org/school/weststpaul/Pages
2014
Saturday, December 20, 2014
W E S T S T. PA U L
LIONS CLUB
I N V I T E S YO U TO
JOIN US FOR...
Christmas Lunch
with Santa
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Date:
Picture with Santa
Hotdog, potato
chips & a drink
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Christmas Loot Bag
Time:
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Music
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Bake Sale
Place:
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Lots of Fun!
Saturday, December 20, 2014
Sunova Recreation Centre
48 Holland Rd., West St. Paul
(west of Main St. off
Kapelus Dr.)
Cost:
$2.50 per person
(Purchase tickets at the door.)
~DMG
For more info contact:
Lion Evelyn 204-339-1242
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Fall/Winter 2014
Ajit Kaur Deol (O.M)
Celebrating an Amazing Volunteer & A Long Serving Member of S.O.E.F
Ajit Kaur Deol has served as a
dedicated volunteer with the Seven
Oaks Education Foundation since
the first elected board in June, 2002.
In fact, she has been committed to
volunteerism her entire life. She has
a strong connection to the Seven
Oaks School Division as you will
discover when you learn of her many
accomplishments.
Ajit and her husband arrived in Canada
from India during Canada’s centennial
year, 1967. She began teaching in
Marathon, Ontario then went on to
further her education, which already
included three bachelor degrees and
a masters degree from Universities
in India. She taught school, attended
University of Toronto and received an
Honours Bachelor of Arts and a Master
of Arts, was mother to three young
daughters and volunteered for several
organizations all while living in Ontario.
In 1975 the family arrived in Manitoba
after purchasing a dairy and grain
farm just east of Beausejour. She
suddenly became a farmer alongside
her husband but also continued
teaching at Edward Schreyer School
in Beausejour. The first association
she joined was the Beausejour Lioness
Club where she served as president
from 1982-83. The family began to
attend the Sikh Gurudwara in Winnipeg.
She served as director of the Singh
Sabha and became the first woman
in North America and only woman in
Manitoba to serve as president of the
Sikh Gurudwara, Singh Sabha in 1986.
When she first began to teach in
Manitoba she was the only teacher of
Indian descent and so she was called
upon by multicultural MLA, Maureen
Hemphill, to be of assistance to new
Canadians. She became known to
school division superintendents and
trustees as someone who could help
new families in various communities
in and around Winnipeg. In fact,
she visited high schools to see how
senior high students were adjusting to
academic and social programs in their
respective schools. The University of
CONTACT WAYNE SHIMIZU at [email protected] • VISIT SOEF at www.7oaks.org
• 2002- Queen’s Jubilee Medal
• 2002- Outstanding Community
Service Award, “Manitoba
FRIENDS Org.”
• 2003- Distinguished Community
Service Award – National Indo
Canadian Council
• 2013- Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Pin
Ajit has a rare accomplishment with
which to regale her family and friends;
her meetings with Queen Elizabeth.
She has met the Queen on four
occasions. The first time she was a
young woman in India and was invited
to have dinner with the Queen. The
other three meetings were here in
Canada.
Manitoba invited her to be a liaison
for Bachelor of Education students, a
resource to those students who would
eventually be looking for teaching jobs
in the province.
Sadly, Ajit’s husband passed away
suddenly while visiting his mother in
India. After the family returned from the
funeral in India, Ajit was approached by
John Wiens, assistant superintendent
for Seven Oaks School Division, to
take a position as a resource teacher
at Maples Collegiate. He knew she
would be an invaluable asset to the
collegiate, working with new students
arriving almost daily from countries
around the world. Ever the risk taker,
and always one to embrace change,
she sold the farm and she and her
daughters moved to Winnipeg to begin
another adventure.
Women’s issues were emerging in the
70’s and 80’s so Ajit became involved
in several women’s committees
looking for equality in education. She
was the first president of “Women in
Education” from 1982-86. She also
served on the “Women in Education
Committee” for the Prairie Provinces.
She was a member of the Canadian
Multicultural Council from 1985-87.
The list of committees she embraced
is long and impressive. She was
also given appointments as director
for several Boards including the
Macauliffe Institute of Sikh Studies,
Winnipeg Boys’ and Girls’ Club, United
Nations Platform for Action Committee
(Manitoba Global Outreach), Seven
Oaks General Hospital Foundation and
University of Winnipeg Women’s Club.
Over the years Ajit has been the
recipient of many awards. In Canada
she has been recognized by the
following organizations:
• 1988- Outstanding Community
Service Award – Macauliffe
Institute of Sikh Studies
• 1988-Recognition of Service –
City of Winnipeg for work with
Community and Race Relations
Committee
• 1997- Community Service Award
100th Anniversary of Sikhs in
Canada
• 2002- Order of Manitoba (O.M.)
Her most distinct honour came in 2013,
when she was awarded an honorary
Doctor of Laws degree from the
University of Winnipeg at their spring
convocation. She was a most fitting
recipient having devoted so much of
her life to education, multiculturalism,
and social justice issues. She is a
proud Canadian citizen, who through
her faith and conviction has supported
her community, here in Manitoba and
throughout the country.
Ajit is most proud of her family. Her three
daughters, Pamela, Monika and Minny,
all accomplished young women with
families, have followed in their mother’s
footsteps, volunteering and taking
leadership roles in their communities.
Ajit has eight grandchildren who are
equally talented and eager to learn
and follow the example of service
from their Naneeji(grandmother). They
are actively involved in school events,
cultural activities, and make their
Naneeji and parents proud every day.
In keeping with her commitment to
her educational community she
has devoted her energies these
past eleven years to helping many
graduating students of Seven Oaks
School Division realize their dreams of
attending post secondary programs.
Her contribution to the Seven Oaks
Education Foundation and Seven Oaks
School Division is immeasurable.
CONTACT WAYNE SHIMIZU at [email protected] • VISIT SOEF at www.7oaks.org
Scholarships 2014
A quick look at this years’ scholarship recipients – scholarships made possible through the Seven Oaks Education Foundation,
the Seven Oaks School Division and Community members and organizations.
GARDEN CITY COLLEGIATE 2013
SEVEN OAKS EDUCATION FOUNDATION/
SEVEN OAKS SCHOOL BOARD AWARDS:
Seven Oaks School Board Scholarship................................... Alexis Furber - $500
Seven Oaks School Division Scholarship................................ Regina Olazo - $500
O. V. Jewitt Memorial Scholarship.........................................Ashley Stoyko - $250
Ann and Paul Ruta Scholarship...................................Krisstina Kaltenback - $200
Greg Zazulak Memorial Scholarship.................................. Erica Lischynski - $200
S.O.S.B. Scholarship –
John Leaman Memorial Scholarship.....................................Michelle Gaza - $300
Francis Standil Memorial Scholarship.................................Angeli De Leon - $250
Graham Murray Memorial Scholarship.................................. Austi Deleske - $250
Glen Proudlove Memorial Scholarship............................Nicholas Mathews - $250
John Trevenen Memorial Award........................................Meghan Sadowy - $300
Jake Yakmission Memorial Scholarship............................ Cairo Humphries - $500
Arnold G. Minish Anniversary Award...................................... Marco Ayroso - $500
Howard & Sari Sinaisky Memorial Scholarship...........TKennedy McConnell - $500
Lindsay C. Ulrich Memorial Sports Scholarship................. Terilyn Woloshyn - $750
Vince Leah Scholarship/A. E.Wright Memorial Award..................Kara Aiello - $250
R.D. Bell Memorial Award/Maltz Family Award.......................Marcille Pasa - $250
Robert Jolly Memorial Award........................................... Carleena Cavallo - $250
SOEF/SOSD Scholarships ................................................................ $6,000
SEVEN OAKS EDUCATION AWARDS
Seven Oaks Education Foundation
Creative Arts Scholarship........................................................Ari Schwartz - $500
Seven Oaks Education Foundation
Technology Scholarship.........................................................Eric Peterson - $500
Judy Silver Memorial Scholarship Fund (award to rotate annually:
2014 GCC, 2015 Maples, 2016 WK)...................................Christina Dolloff - $500
Pow Wow Scholarship........................................................... Marcy Everett - $400
Total Seven Oaks Education Foundation Scholarships.................... $1,900
OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS - FUNDED THROUGH SOEF
Bridge Builders Award................................................... Ms Anmol Jammu - $500
Garden City Collegiate 50th Anniversary
Reunion Scholarship - for excellence in the sciences........Nolan De Leon - $1,500
Nellie & Ben Zaidman Memorial Scholarship Fund............. Mia Bernasconi - $500
David Allen memorial Sholcarship......................................... Emil Maynard - $500
Lion’s Club of West St. Paul Scholarship
(2014 WKC, 2015 GCC, 2016 Maples)......................... Nicholas Shymanski - $500
Miriam Maltz Prize in English............................................... Orie Hochman - $200
CUPE 731 Scholarship...................................................... Caitlyn Gowriluk - $500
CUPE 949 Scholarship...................................................... Yuliya Shevchuk - $500
number TEN Architectural Group –
5 year commitment commencing 2010 WKC, 2011 GCC,
2012 Maples, 2013 WKC and 2014 GCC......................... James Degurse - $1,000
City Councillor Scholarship, Mynarski Ward................... Kennedy Jamieson - $500
Devi Sharma Leadership Award,
City Councillor, Old Kildonan.................................................. Katrina Berba - $300
Susan Popeski Memorial Scholarship ............................ Lindsay Reinhardt - $500
Kendra Latzkitsch Memorial Scholarship...............................Megan Gornik - $500
R.M. OF West St.Paul Scholarship........................................ Jarrod Vincent - $300
Canadiam CED Network Scholarship............................... Megan Rodriguez - $500
Platinum Jets Scholarship............................................. Michael Corrigan - $1,000
Total................................................................................................. $9,300
TOTAL 2014 SCHOLARSHIPS - SOEF...............................................$17,200
We all have a steak in the future of education.
Bring your appetite AND spare change along
on February 6, 2015 for our next
STEAK, SPUD AND BEVERAGE FUNDRAISER.
Enjoy music, munchies and merriment…
all to raise money for scholarships that will
give more students greater opportunities
for their education.
FEBRUARY 6, 2015.
Mark your calendar and we’ll save you a seat!
CONTACT WAYNE SHIMIZU at [email protected] • VISIT SOEF at www.7oaks.org
MAPLES COLLEGIATE 2013
WEST KILDONAN COLLEGIATE 2013
SEVEN OAKS EDUCATION FOUNDATION/
SEVEN OAKS SCHOOL BOARD AWARDS:
a) Vocational.................................................................. John Daniel Cruz - $150
b) Faculty of Education..................................................... Frances Garcia - $300
c) Faculty of Arts/Science
(2 scholarships to be awarded)................................. Khamille Gatpandan - $300
Kateryn Garcia - $300
d) University I
(a first year Post Secondary Program).......................................Rita Costa - $300
Vince Leah/ Maples Letterman Sports Award........................ Matt Dunning - $300
Ken Seaford Award................................................................ Hanz Alignay - $300
Jake Yakmission/O. V. Jewitt Scholarships
( 2 scholarships to be awarded )................................................Patricia Uy - $250
Macy Restar - $250
Seven Oaks Education Foundation Classic Scholarship.........Fatima Deuna - $350
Maples Scholarship Leadership Award (4 awards)............. Irene de Lemos - $250
Nancy Gomes - $250
Lundyn Gonzales - $250
Lyka Sal-long - $250
Seven Oaks School Board Bursaries....................................... Hanz Alignay - $400
Davinder Bambra - $400
Vera Mangubat - $400
Total SOEF/SOSD Grant.................................................................... $5,000
SEVEN OAKS EDUCATION FOUNDATION/
SEVEN OAKS SCHOOL BOARD AWARDS:
James C. Anderson Award.......................................................Sara Ziegler - $300
Jake Yakmission Memorial Scholarship.................................... Jesse Ward - $400
John Leaman Memorial Scholarship............................... Danielle Dolyniuk - $300
Olive & George Allen Memorial Scholarship......................... Alyssa Boniello - $300
SOSD/SOEF Faculty of Education Scholarship....................... Leeza Oravec - $300
SOSD/SOEF Faculty of Arts and Science Scholarship....... Vanessa Mazurek - $300
West Kildonan Collegiate Student Recognition Award............. Kara Sachvie - $300
West Kildonan Kiwanis Club Scholarship............................. Darian Sharma - $300
O. V. Jewitt Memorial Scholarship.....................................Sean HaligowskI - $300
SOSD/SOEF Scholarship.......................................................... Carissa Lee - $400
SOSD/SOEF Scolarship.....................................................Sean Haligowski - $400
Guy De Caire Scholarship.................................................Katherine Rostek - $300
Ian Dordick Memorial Award for English.................................. Lisa Cheyne - $300
Arthur E.Wright Award for Technology & Applied Arts........... Darian Sharma - $250
Vince Leah Sports Award.................................................. Kimberly Mulatu - $300
The Bailey Family Computer Science Award.......................... Alex Apperley - $250
Total SOEF/SOSD Grant.................................................................... $5,000
SEVEN OAKS EDUCATION FOUNDATION AWARDS:
a) Campus Life/ Future Paths .................................................. Erin Speer - $250
Franchezca Palacol - $250
b) Creativity in the Arts........................................................Nancy Gomes - $500
c) Technical Trades....................................................... Casey Hildebrand - $500
Ric Dela Cruz Memorial Scholarship (award to
rotate annually: 2014 Maples, 2015 WKC, 2016 GCC)...............Cole Peters - $500
Pow Wow Scholarship..................................................... Brandon Williams - $400
Total Seven Oaks Foundation Scholarships..................................... $2,400
OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS
David B. Oster Memorial Scholarship (2013 WKCI, 2014 Maples
and 2015 GCC and rotate there after each year )..................... Navjot Kaur - $400
CUPE 949 Scholarship................................................... Wandaly Gonzales - $500
Mae Mendoza Scholarship..........................................Samantha Macaulay - $500
Marc Rosales - $500
Nellie & Ben Zaidman Memorial Scholarship Fund....................... Kiefer Co - $500
Maples Collegiate Alumni Scholarship................................Melanie Medina - $400
Mohinder Saran, MLA for Maples...........................................Claire Pineda - $300
Devi Sharma Leadership Award,
City Councillor, Old Kildonan............................................. Patricia Figueroa - $300
Bridge Builders Award........................................................Ms Navjot Kaur - $500
Platinum Jets Scholarship..................................................... Jea Besana - $1,000
Roy Snow Bursary Award....................................................... Jan Basanes - $500
Roi Mendoza - $500
Roy Snow Bursary Award................................................ Nicholas Sosulski - $750
Lundyn Gonzales - $750
Maricel Lisan Memorial Scholarship............................ Wandaly Gonzales - $1,000
Daylan Damianakos-Marshall Award................................ Kayelyn Bigornia - $500
Walter Janzen Memorial Award
(Fund balance of $780 available to award)......................Manpreet Dadiala - $400
Total Other Scholarships................................................................ $9,300
Total 2014 Scholarships................................................................ $16,700
Visit 7oaksedfoundation.org for
more information on how to donate or
to make an online contribution.
The Foundation provides tax receipts
for donations of $10 or more.
SEVEN OAKS EDUCATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
Seven Oaks Education Foundation Creative Arts Scholarship......Ian Ingram - $500
SOSD/SOEF WKCI Citizenship Scholarship............................ Rajin Dhaliwal - $500
SOSD/SOEF Campus Life Scholarship............................... Kenette Trinidad - $500
Early Years Education Scholarship (award to rotate
annually 2014 WK, 2015 Maples, 2016 GCC etc)................... Leeza Oravec - $500
Pow Wow Scholarship......................................................Madison Neapew - $400
Total................................................................................................. $2,400
OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS - FUNDED THROUGH SOEF:
Toby Cracknell Award (Rotation: 2013 Maples;
2014 WKC, 2015 GCC).................................................... Jarrett Golebioski - $500
WKCI 50th Anniversary Scholarship #1.............................. Filip Szymanski - $650
WKCI 50th Anniversary Scholarship #2.................................Nicole Gomes - $650
Nellie & Ben Zaidman Memorial Scholarship Fund............. Destiny Oliveira - $500
CUPE 949 Scholarship......................................................Kayla Bobrowski - $500
Lion’s Club of West St. Paul Scholarship (2014 WKC,
2015 GCC, 2016 Maples)........................................................ Lailah Omer - $500
In June 2014 (only), two scholarships will be awarded.........David Penner - $500
City Councillor Scholarship, Mynarski Ward......................... Richard Harder - $500
Devi Sharma Leadership Award,
City Councillor, Old Kildonan.............................................. Kimberly Mulatu - $300
R.M. OF West St.Paul Scholarship.......................................... Kara Sachvie - $300
In June 2014 (only), two scholarships will be awarded.......... Cortni Seier - $300
Marjorie Jean Sanders Bursary (Platinum Jets).....................Sara Ziegler - $1,000
Total Other Scholarships – funded through SOEF:........................... $6,200
Total 2014 Scholarships................................................................ $13,600
SEVEN OAKS EDUCATION FOUNDATION/
SEVEN OAKS SCHOOL BOARD AWARDS:
Pow Wow Scholarships
Garden City Collegiate.......................................................... Jocelyn Smith - $400
Marcy Everett - $400
Maples Collegiate........................................................... Brandon Williams - $400
West Kildonan Collegiate..................................................Madison Neapew - $400
ALC......................................................................... Jacqueline Morissette - $200
Amanda Lamirande - $200
Total................................................................................................. $1,600
TOTAL Scholarships
$49,100
CONTACT WAYNE SHIMIZU at [email protected] • VISIT SOEF at www.7oaks.org
Kildonan Youth Activity Centre (KYAC)
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KYAC Program Coordinator: [email protected] OR (204)470-9460
http://www.7oaks.org/Programs/KYAC/Pages/default.aspx
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
KYAC Program Hours:
1
Drop-in Gym Hours:
Edmund Partridge Community School:
Monday, Wednesday, Fridays 6-9pm
2
Ecole Seven Oaks Middle School (ESOMS):
Tuesdays and Thursdays 6-9pm
Saturdays 12-5pm
9
Ecole Riverbend Community School:
Tuesdays 3:00-5:15pm (after school
snack/beverage)
Fridays 6-9pm
10
Guitar
Class
Structured Program Hours:
Governor Semple School
Wednesdays 3:30-5:30pm (snack/
beverage)
Forest Park School (FP students only)
Thursdays 3:30-5:30pm (snack/beverage)
3
4
5
6
7
8
11
12
13
14
15
18
19
20
21
22
25
26
27
28
29
Guitar
Class
16
17
Guitar
Class
23
24
NO KYAC
@ ESOMS
or
Riverbend
No KYAC
@
Riverbend
No KYAC
@
Riverbend
Guitar
Class
30
KYAC Art & Dance Programs:
KYAC Guitar Program:
Keep your eyes peeled for KYAC’s art and dance Mondays 6:30-7:30pm (beginner class) - FULL
programs that will be starting in the new year!! Mondays 7:30-8:30pm (intermediate class) FULL
Classes will run for one hour a class for 8
weeks!
**Last class is Monday December 8, 2014**
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