We began cleaning out our lockers today at Sullivan Campus. Students may keep belongings in their lockers until Monday. Once lockers are cleaned out, locks should be removed. Any unwanted locks can be left in the office.
Alex Delaney is the recipient of the Mary Fowler Memorial Award for Excellence in Performing Arts. This is a brand new award for Salmon Arm Secondary students, established by Reid Fowler, Malcolm Fowler, and Norma Jean Gomme in Mary’s memory.
Congratulations to Rob Neid! He received a token of appreciation at last night’s board meeting from our official trustee Mike McKay, and our superintendent Peter Jory, for twenty years of service for our school district.
If you are not sure what you are doing after graduation, click here or on the image below to find out more about the July 10th session at Okanagan College where they will help you register for a program that matches your interests.
SAS students were able to sign up and participate in a Forestry – Logging in Action Spotlight Session which took place about 6 km above Skimikin Lake on the Charcoal Creek Forest Road. Staff from Canoe Forest Products and Matty Brothers Logging hosted our students for a demonstration of Logging and Forest Planning. Our students and staff had a great day and were treated to lunch and prizes. A big thank you to Corrine Pierce and Mike Johnson from Canoe FP for organizing the Logging Demo, and our very own Greg Seed and Rhonda Skofteby for coordinating busses, food and paperwork!
Two of our graduates, Brody Butts and Maggie Manning, are successful applicants for external scholarships!
Brody is the recipient of the Trevor Linden Community Spirit Scholarship. Only four of these scholarships are awarded each year in BC to students who are pursuing post secondary education, and who have made exceptional contributions in the areas of community service, creating positive change, or mentoring others.
Maggie is the recipient of the Terry Fox Humanitarian Award. Maggie will be known as a Terry Fox Scholar for the next four years as the winner of this national award, which recognizes graduating students who have been involved in exceptional and voluntary humanitarian activities.
Congratulations Brody and Maggie! We are very proud of your achievements!