Black Student Union
Are you interested in discussing important issues with like-minded individuals? Do you want to be more aware of events in the black community while exploring different media, music, and culture? How would you like to go on trips where you can network, meet new people, and have a great time? Well, the Black Student Union is the club for you! Come to our meetings every Tuesday at lunch in the art room.
Want to get experience in business leadership but interested in more than just competitions? Come to FBLA on Tuesdays at lunch for conferences, guest speakers, and our national leadership summit! Hope to see you there!
Junior Quiz League
Who was Canada’s longest serving Prime Minister? What’s the capital of Norway? What was a popular pastime in medieval England? If you’re in grade 9 or 10 and are interested in trivia, then you should join Junior Quiz League in Room 205 on Tuesdays at lunch. Top performers will get a prize!
Grade 11 and 12 students interested in scholarships sign up through Remind.com to get important updates. Additionally, check out the bi-monthly scholarship reports posted in the guidance share folder. Current scholarships and information on applying for a school nominated scholarship is posted on the guidance bulletin board located in the Student Services Office. Stay organized and make sure you submit your applications before the deadlines.
Student photo retake day is Monday, 1 October. Visit the studio during your spare period.
Junior Girls Basketball
There is a very importance meeting for the Junior Girls Basketball team today at lunch in the phys-ed office. Please have your athletic fee and jersey deposit. See you at lunch!
Hey Garneau! Are you interested in enjoyable and exciting card games? Well, Bridge Club is starting this week on Thursday! Bridge is a well-known trick-taking card game, with millions of players worldwide! Drop in room 333 during lunch for tutorials on how to play bridge, weekly boards, as well as monthly tournaments with gift card prizes!
Interested in science, technology, engineering, arts, business, or leadership? SHAD is a month-long summer program that empowers change makers, taking place at 17 universities across the country. Want to learn more about the program and applications? Come to the info session this Tuesday at lunch in the library!
Students interested in playing competitive tennis for tennis tournaments, please meet with Ms Bearg today at lunch in the coop office.
Hey Garneau! Do you enjoy biking? Would you like to go on a leisurely cycle in the Don Valley? Come and join Garneau’s bike club! And guess what? You don’t need to own a bike to join as we have bikes and helmets for you to use. We bike in the valley every Thursday after school. Meet us in room 225 on Thursday, 27 September. Any questions? Come and speak with either Mr. Pearce in room 225 or Ms. Woodley in 235.
Civic Engagement Volunteering
MPP Kathleen Wynne’s office is accepting applications for Civic Engagement Volunteering Activities for events held between October and June 2019. Deadline to apply is 28 September, 2018. Applications are available in Student Services.