Welcome Spartans to the 2023-2024 school year

CNA Visit Information:

June 11th, 2024

Skilled Futures in Industrial Trades

CNA - Centre for Heavy Equipment & Transportation Technology

Students will choose between different Try-a-Trade® opportunities including Electrical, Wind Turbine, Cranes, Loaders, etc. to take part in during the morning session, as well as a mentoring session with tradespeople to learn about what working in a trade could be like. Students receive a complimentary t-shirt and lunch. 

Register for this day at this link:  https://form.jotform.com/241373334097255

 

June 12th, 2024

Skilled Futures in Applied Arts

CNA - DSB Follow Building

Students will choose between different Try-a-Trade® opportunities including Pasty Arts, Baking, Digital Film, Animation, PN, PCP, etc. to take part in during the morning session, as well as a mentoring session with professionals/students currently in these fields.  Students receive a complimentary t-shirt and lunch.

Register for this session at this link:

https://form.jotform.com/241373864136257


EDUCATIONAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITY


FOR MORE INFORMATION, REFER TO THE INFORMATION ON THE RIGHT AND HERE!

STUDENTS WITH WIFI PROBLEMS.

IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM ACCESSING THE SCHOOL WIFI ON YOUR PHONE, PLEASE FILL OUT THE FOLLOWING FORM.

FORMS REQUIRED TO BE FILLED FOR ALL GRADE 9 STUDENTS/PARENTS ONLY


ANNOUNCEMENTS

STEPHENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR GENEROUS DONATIONS TO OUR SCHOOL COMMUNITY.

Dominion

Indian Head Co-op

Bay St. George Kinsmen

White's Pharmasave

Shoppers Drug Mart

Marche's Family Dental

Stephenville Lions Club

Community Youth Network

Bay St. George Coalition to End Violence

Friends of Stephenville High School

College of the North Atlantic

Stephenville NL Hydro Employees

The Paint Shop

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The holidays can be one of the most joyful times of year but it can also be a time of added stress for many people. If you are struggling, you are not alone. Check out this Mental Health & Addictions Service Directory to find local supports & services. Visit Bridgethegapp.ca for more mental health information, interactive resources and connection to local supports or visit Doorways for quick access to mental health and addictions counselling services. 


Call the office near you – reach out, we are here to help.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR WESTERN REGION

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NLESD Information for Families - Privacy Protection in a Virtual Learning Environment 

The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District is committed to the protection of privacy of students and families and asks that you take the time to review the following information to ensure the protection of privacy of your child and family in virtual learning environments:


Mental Health Resources

Feeling lonely? Distressed? Isolated? Need someone to talk to? The following list provides free of charge counselling for mental health:

Warm Line: for people 16 years old and older. Chat with a peer support worker. Open 10 am-12 am (Midnight). 1-855-753-2560

Mental Health Crisis Line: Call to receive support during a mental health crisis for you or a family member. 1-888-737-4668

Bridge the gAPP: an online mental health 8 week program that supports mental health wellness and teaches the proper tools to cope. Download Bridge the gAPP 

Breathing Room: This program is an online resource that teaches relaxation skills and how to reconnect with yourself through videos, exercises, visualization, music, and much more. Download the Breathing Room-Unlock the Real You app

811 Healthline: Medical advice from experienced Registered Nurses. Call with your questions and get answers. Call 811

Kids Help Phone: a 24/7 national service that offers counselling, information, referrals, from experienced volunteers. Especially for school aged children. Call 1-800-668-6868 or text to talk 686868

School Counsellor: Available for chats and counselling via texts, emails, or phone. Email your school counselor to set up a time using the NLESD email address (rhodamulrooney@nlesd.ca)

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Indigenous Opportunities

For information about indigenous opportunities in the area, please click on the following: 

People of the Dawn Indigenous Friendship Centre 

Facebook

Website

The Newfoundland Aboriginal Women's Network

Facebook

Website

Oct 27, 2019


BUSING/PICKING UP

Please note that as per school policy,  school buses have the right of way in leaving the school both in the morning and at the end of the school day.   All vehicles entering and leaving the school are expected to follow this policy.

March 7th, 2019

HELMET POLICY

Any student coming to school on a bike, scooter, skateboard, etc.  MUST wear a helmet as required by provincial law.  Students who refuse to wear a helmet are not permitted to use these items on school property. Students will have until Monday, September 17th to get a helmet.  NO helmet means the bike, etc is not permitted on school property.

Sept 12th, 2018