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Monday, December 9, 2013
Attention "Shrek" Pit Orchestra Players; Remember that rehearsal is today at 5:00 in the Band Room, and that photos of the Pit Orchestra will be taken.
Key club members - Very important meeting for you tomorrow including a group pic for the yearbook. Please be there!
Reminder to those volleyball players who haven't returned your uniform. You must return it today to B103
In the cafeteria this week:
Mon – Breakfast quesadilla $2.50
Tues – Calzones $2
Wed – Pulled pork buns $3
Thurs – Butter chicken & rice $3.50
Fri – mac & cheese $2
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Order A Yale Letterman Jacket!
Don't miss out on this opportunity to purchase a timeless Yale Letterman jacket. Samples/sizes are available to try on in the front foyer at lunch until December 13th. This jacket is available to all grades. Bring your completed order form and cash/cheque to the office ASAP. December 13th is the deadline. CLICK HERE FOR ORDER FORM!!!
Career Fair at Tradex!
On Monday, December 2nd SD34 will be sending the entire class of grade 11's (1300+ kids) to the Tradex to attend the Career Fair (5th year running). This event is mandatory and will be attended by all of our grade 11's. The one exception being the grade 11's that are enrolled in a grade 12 classes. These few students may stay back and attend their grade 12 classes.
Here is how Monday will look. (Day 2 - Block A will be affected)
9:35am Grade 11's called down to the busses from their Bk. A classes
9:45am Busses depart Yale for Tradex
9:55am - 11:00am Career Fair
11:00am Busses depart Tradex for Yale
11:15am Busses arrive at Yale, students go for lunch (do not miss any afternoon classes)
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ROTARY YOUTH EXCHANGE: Travel the world and attend a year of school abroad. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS!!!
Yale Students Help Out Homeless Residents
Homeless residents in Abbotsford were given a free meal on Friday afternoon after leadership students from Yale Secondary School organized a barbecue to feed some of the community's less fortunate.
Though the class began planning for a barbecue for the homeless in Jubilee Park about a month ago, it coincided with a peaceful protest camp in the park, organized by the Abbotsford chapter of the BC/Yukon Drug War Survivors.
Abbotsford Junior Police Academy Applications!
Grade 11's and 12's are you interested in a policing career? Applications for Abbotsford Junior Police Academy can be picked up from Mr. Radons in the Career Centre
Photo caption: JiSup Kim (first on the right) is currently studying chemistry at the University of Toronto.
Yale graduate, JiSup Kim contacted his alma mater recently to report that he returned from the International Chemistry Olympiad with a bronze medal. The Olympiad was held in Russia this past summer and involved intense chemistry competition between teams from over 70 countries. JiSup is the sixth Yale student who has earned a spot on the Canadian Chemistry Olympic team in the past twenty years or so. Each of these successful young people has been enrolled in the Advanced Placement Chemistry class at Yale.
Take Our Kids To Work Day
Yale Secondary Career Programs.
Important: Abbotsford Regional Hospital's Rotation Program
Any Garde 11 or 12 student interested in applying to the Abbotsford Regional Hospital's Rotation Program needs to sign up with Mr. Radons in the Career Centre asap. Space is limited! First come, first served!!
Important Upcoming Dates!
Parent teacher interview night Oct 24th, 6-8pm.
Grad parent meeting Nov 5th, 7pm in the Yale Library.
Yale Cafeteria Goes High Tech!
You can now add funds onto your child‘s student ID card for use in the cafeteria and reload it at any time. This is like a reloadable gift card! Just stop by the office to load your child‘s card, you can pay with debit at the office and you may choose the amount. You do not need to bring the ID card to load it with funds. Once a card is loaded with cash, your child will simply have to present his or her ID card at the cafeteria checkout. Your child still has the choice to pay by their student ID card or cash. A portion of cafeteria sales are put towards our "Cafeteria Moms" scholarship fund that is awarded to eligible grade 12 students each year. Our lunch entree is constantly changing; check out the "Yale Daily News scroller" on the front page of the school website to see what is in the cafeteria each week.