Lockview High School

May 16th, 2019

Just a reminder to Families that tomorrow (Friday, May 17) and Monday May 20 there will be no school for students.

1) Good luck to the Girls Rugby team as they play at CPA today at 3:30 pm.  The girls are to be dismissed at 2 pm.

2) Members of the Boys and Girls Slo-pitch teams who have not handed in their forms and fees need to do so today at lunch to Mr. Wilcox.  Jerseys will be distributed at lunch in Mr. Wilcox's office.  The schedule for Tuesday's Metro Tournament is posted on the Athletics website.

3) Huge congratulations go out to the track and field team.  After a tough day weather wise, Lockview put forth a number of very strong individual results.  These results combined to put Lockview in first place overall in three of the four divisions in which we compete.  The dragons also have the most points overall of any school in the county district.  Good luck to the team as they continue competition at the County Meet today at Beazley field.

*Attention Grade 12 students:  Lockview’s Student Services department will be posting scholarship and bursary information on Google via the Lockview student services page at:    https://sites.google.com/gnspes.ca/lockviewstudentservices/home    
Also stay tuned for information about the Lockview Awards application which will be available in the coming weeks.

*Attention Grade 12 students attending Dalhousie University in the fall of 2019:   Course registration opens June 8th, 2019.  DAL is offering an on-line workshop to assist with this very important transitional task.  For more information and to register, please go to the website https://www.dal.ca/campus_life/academic-support/On-track.html

*Yearbooks are for sale on our school website.  There are only 70 books left for sale and they are first come, first served.  If you have any questions about ordering see Mrs. Stuart in room F126.

*Enfield Earth keepers will be having orientation sessions on Friday, May 17th and on Tuesday, May 21st at 7pm in the Enfield fire hall. These sessions are for students aged 13-18 and their parents, with the goal of arranging a summer position with Earth keepers.

Mental Health Week Fact from the YHC:
*By age 40, about 50% of the population will have or have had a mental illness.