This annual celebration is organized, operated, and supervised by parent volunteers and supported by our school and business community. Our annual Dry-Grad Budget is over $18,000, and our Dry Grad Committee is tasked with fundraising at least $10,000 for this event.
50% of the SAS Dry-Grad 50/50 raffle funds will go to a winner and the other 50% will go towards our 2023 Dry Grad event.
The draw will be made on the evening of our 2023 Dry-Grad Celebration at 9:00pm on Wednesday, June 28th.
Please forward this email to your family and friends and let’s make this a successful fundraiser for our grads 😊
Teena Billey Kari Wilkinson Chris Schielke Rob Cadden
PAC Chair Dry-Grad Chair Grad Teacher-Sponsor Principal
SD83 will be hosting a three-part series for parents that focuses on online gaming, social media safety for youth, and sexploitation. The sessions will be held online from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. on three consecutive Mondays, February 27, March 6 and March 13.
Led by a Safer Schools Together trainer Scott Rothermel, the first session is about the Risks and Rewards of online gaming, the second is on social media, and the third on sexting, sextortion and sexual age of consent.
Students select courses for the following school year in March.
SAS Counsellors and Administration will assist students with selecting courses, and will be available to answer questions.
Grade 10 Course Presentations: Wednesday, March 1 & Thursday, March 2
Grade 10 Course Selections:
Tuesday, March 7,
Wednesday, March 8
Thursday, March 9
Grade 11 Course Presentations: tba
Grade 11 Course Selections: tba
If you have missed these Course Selection dates, please contact one of our counsellors to provide them with a list of your requested courses: Dave Van Bergeyk (email@example.com) or Tanya Harrington (firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Welcome to SAS! Grade 10 Info Night & Tour
Wednesday, March 1 & Thursday, March 2 (6:00pm)
Grade 10 parents, guardians and students are invited to attend.
The following support documents are available to ensure students and families have the necessary information to make these important decisions:
Parents and students in Grades 8-12 are invited to take part in a virtual dual credit information session with SD83’s career department on Thursday, February 16 at 7 p.m.to explore trades and academic career pathways!