The 22nd annual 30 Hour Famine for World Vision will be held on April 10 - 11, 2015. The deadline for signing up for this year's 30 Hour Famine is March 4th! World Vision has gone to an all on-line system of registration, and it takes a few steps and a bit more time to get everything completed. Students wishing to participate must return the registration form and $5 registration fee (to help cover the cost of wristbands, refreshments, and our pizza breakfast) to Mr. MacLeod in Room 209. Once you have handed this in you will be sent an invitation to join the SHDHS Famine group. For more information or to download the permission form please use this link:
Why do the Famine? It's a very positive event. Students who participate in the Famine, and complete the fundraising requirement (we ask that you aim for a minimum of $50, and many students far exceed that!) are eligible for community service hours. More importantly, this is an opportunity to help make a difference in the lives of children by helping to pay for emergency famine relief, medical supplies, education, and development projects. In 22 year over 2,200 students and staff have participated in this event, any you're encouraged to join our team!
If you have any questions or concerns please see Mr. MacLeod in Room 209
Thanks for your support of this most worthy event!
On Sunday February 22nd, the students of the SHDHS Music Program gathered to perform their repertoire they are preparing for Musicfest in London. With Mr. MacLeod acting as our MC, the students did an amazing job on some very difficult repertoire. Thank you to everyone who came out to make this concert such a success. Wish us luck in London!
Amidst the snow & wind of winter the ZMAA Ball Committee invites you to look ahead to the spring which means fastball!
ZMAA is excited to provide a quality program for boys and girls. We are always looking for new players. No previous playing experience is required, only a willingness to learn and have fun. The 2015 season promises to be another exciting year of fastball.
ZMAA requires that every player have their own batting helmet with a face mask.
We are offering a skills clinic for 6 weeks starting Wed Feb 4 for children 10 and under as a fun way to give the basic skills to be successful in the game. This clinic is offered at the St. Boniface School gym from 6:30-7:30pm. To register call 519-236-7188 or email djschade@ hay.net. Pitching and throwing workouts are open to everyone each week following the clinic.
If you are interested in volunteering your time as a coach, trainer, manager or volunteer assistant, please contact Doug Schade to complete a coaching application.
If you have any further questions, please contact Doug Schade at 519-236-7188 email@example.com.
Thank you for your interest. See you on the ball diamond!