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A Tale of Two Cruise Ships: AP English Students Interview Passengers

by Ms. Frances Butler - Sunday, September 24, 2017

Wednesday, September 13th was a banner day for cruise ship passengers and Ms. Butler's AP121 English students took full advantage of the last twenty minutes of class to discover what our visitors know about literature. Their task was to ask visitors about their favorite books, and needless to say, the answers varied as much as the countries from which they originated!

Sammey, Emma, and Allie interviewed three visitors who enjoyed Now You See Her, Harry Potter, and Last Lecture. The reasons were: "I like mysteries", "I don't know", and "it has a good storyline".

Mark, Luhumba, and Jesse spoke to a woman from Germany who loved Nicholas Sparks' Two by Two for its romance, and Gavin and Jolin spoke with a man who enjoys non-fiction, so his choice was Chemical Pathway. Another German visitor enjoyed In Times of Fading Light (translated from German), which was made into a movie. Other novels included Game of Thrones: A Dance with the Dragons, Huckleberry Finn, and Dracula, to name a few.

The students found the exercise made them step outside their comfort zone, and they were surprised by some of the 'quotable quotes' they received, such as: "I haven't read a book in twelve years", "No, no, too much feeling! I have to find my wife!", "Do you speak German?", "No books! No books!", and "No, no, we don't talk to girls like you"!!

As Nick and Owen pointed out, "Not everyone reads books like we do in High School". J

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New Half Day Schedule

by Webstaff - Monday, September 18, 2017

ASD-S has announced a new format for Professional Learning for teachers this year. On 6 occassions this year, students will only have school for half a day. (please see Calendar for dates). In the afternoon, teachers will have Professional Development and Learning.

At SJHS, our adjusted school day is as follows:

A block - 8:55 - 9:30, 5 minute break B Block 9:35 - 10:10 10 minute break C Block 10:20 - 10:55 5 minute break D Block 11:00 - 11:35 5 min break E Block 11:40 - 12:15

Yellow buses for students will arrive at the school at approximately 12:30. It is important that students be in the bus area at 12:20, in order to ensure that they do not miss the bus.

SJHS's Red and Grey yearbook is on sale

by Ms MacMillan - Wednesday, September 13, 2017

SJHS's Red and Grey yearbook is on sale now with an Early Bird Special of free personalization with purchase until November 3, 2017.

Order forms are being distributed through homerooms so if you didn't get yours yet, please see your homeroom teacher.

Yearbooks can be purchased by seeing Ms. MacMillan in the Library or purchased online by copying and pasting the following link into your web browser: https://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/328586

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Meet the Teacher Night

by Webstaff - Monday, September 11, 2017

This Thursday, September 14th, Saint John High School will be hosting their annual "Meet the Teacher Night". The evening will begin in the Auditorium where our Principal, Ms. Wall will bring greetings and introduce the evening events.

Parents of grade 9 students are invited to come for 5:30 and meet with the Guidance Counsellors who will provide helpful hints and suggestions for their child as they enter high school for the first time. This meeting will be held in the auditorium as well.

We hope to see you all!!

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Welcome Back!!

by Webstaff - Thursday, August 31, 2017

Welcome Back!! We are so pleased to welcome our newest grade 9 class, the graduating class of 2021. It is always an exciting time for the 9s, as they begin their high school career.

The SRC has lots of great things planned for the grade 9s who will be coming to school on Tuesday. All students are asked to report to the Dennis Knibb Auditorium when they arrive and from there, the activities begin: Students will be assigned their homerooms, meet their homeroom teachers, have a run through of their classes, pizza at lunch, sign the graduate banner, tour the school, meet back at the end of the day to greet their friends, listen to closing remarks and then home for the day.

It is going to be a wonderful time and we hope that all will enjoy their day.

The festivities begin at 9 am sharp!!! See you then.

P.S. - for those in grades 10, 11 and 12, we'll see you Wednesday, in your homeroom at 8:55 am.

2017 IB Diplomas and Certificates Are Now Available

by Ms. Lutz - Monday, August 28, 2017

Results for the 2017 IB exams became available online in early July. During the May IB exams students were given personal codes and PIN numbers to use to access their results. Anyone who has misplaced those codes can contact Ms. Lutz.

Now that the results have been finalized, the actual Diplomas and Certificates have been sent to the school. They are available from Ms. Lutz's mailbox in the main office. Many graduates have already moved on to their post-secondary plans, so parents or siblings are welcome to drop by the school to collect the documents on the IB students' behalf.

Please note that some IB French and IB Physics Certificates from 2016 were also just made available. If a student was registered as a Diploma candidate in his grade 11 year, those Certificates would have been held over until the end of the 2017 school year.

Special issue of the Alumni News: A Tribute to Dennis R. Knibb

by Richard Thorne, Alumni News Editor - Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Dennis R. Knibb, principal of Saint John High School from 1965 to 1992 and cofounder and secretary of the Saint John High School Alumni Association, died peacefully on November 16, 2016.

His contribution to the school was vast, and we present this special issue of Alumni News as a tribute to his spirit and generosity.

We will return to our regular publishing schedule this fall.

Download the Alumni News Tribute Issue (PDF, 21 MB)

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Hounds Open Up 47th Training Camp Today

by Dave Grandy - Tuesday, August 15, 2017

The Hounds will take to the field tonight to start their quest for Saint Johns first football championship in over 50 years. We have been knocking on the door the last few years and we are looking to be there again this year. We have a good core group of players returning from last years team which is a great start but we will need more if we are going compete in November. All students who are registered in SJHS are welcome to tryout. We are looking for grade 9s, 10s, 11s and 12s who are committed to working hard and no experience is necessary. We have an excellent coaching staff who is very experienced and dedicated. Hounds football makes memories for life, come out and be part of the Red and Grey tradition.

Tryouts will take place in Millidgeville at Field #1 from 5:00-7:30pm on the following dates:

Aug 15/16/17/20/21/22/23/24/27/28/29/30

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Graduation Ceremony 2017!! Gallery 5 of 5

by Webstaff - Monday, August 7, 2017

Please enjoy the last of our Graduation Galleries.This gallery includes the final diploma photos as well as casual photos that were taken before and after the ceremony. It was a wonderful time for all our graduates.

Congratulations class of 2017!! And thank you Drew Murdock for sharing your wonderful photography talents!!

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Graduation Ceremony 2017!! Gallery 4 of 5

by Webstaff - Thursday, August 3, 2017

Please enjoy our 4th Graduation Ceremony Gallery!

If you would like a larger format image, please email Ms. Desmond.

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