WBT Group Opportunity

Hi everyone,
I am a comprehensive school health nurse working out of the Westisle family of schools looking to offer an anxiety group for our high school students. I plan to have group for one period each Tuesday for 6 weeks. We will meet at a different period time each Tuesday to avoid missed class time. Some of the topics that will be covered include: anxiety defined, types of anxiety, symptoms of anxiety, thinking patterns and coping skills. If this is a group you may be interested in attending feel free to call or stop by the school counsellors office as she will be collecting the names of students who plan to take part. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me anytime,
 
Alicia Doyle
Phone 902 960 0314
Email aadoyle@ihis.org
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Student Announcements

October 15, 2018

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SHAD is a 27 day STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) and entrepreneurship based enrichment program where participants live at a host university campus outside their hometown, while engaging in experiential learning, sociocultural activities and community building. Through lectures, workshops, labs and team projects, you will learn by doing and leave inspired, unleashed and connected with like-minded youth from across the country. Get a taste of university life living on campus at one of our 17 Canadian host universities while delving into a variety of topics under the guidance of renowned professionals and university professors. At SHAD we empower exceptional youth to recognize their potential as leaders and changemakers. The SHAD 2019 program will take place from Sunday, June 30th to Friday, July 26th. Students in Grades 10, 11 and 12 are eligible to apply. For more information, please see Guidance.  Website: https://www.shad.ca/apply.htm  Deadline: November 19th, 2018

Katimavik is Canada’s leading youth service organization for youth between the ages of 18-25. Katimavik is a life-changing experience for young adults to explore Canada, make new friendships, gain valuable work experience and contribute to positive change through volunteerism. For over 40 years, Katimavik has brought youth together to learn, to exchange culture and language, and to help build stronger communities across Canada. Katimavik is currently accepting applications. Apply now at www.katimavik.org

Westisle Buskers will be every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the gym from 8:30 till 8:53. Lots of activities to learn and excel in. They include juggling, unicycling, ripstiking, extreme pogo, diablo, and balance skills. Everyone is welcome.

Westisle’s Armover Club will be every Tuesday and Thursday, in room 515, start time 11:50. Come out and see what this club is all about. Lots of fun.

CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association) Family Program, will begin on Sept. 26th. It will be held once a week on Wednesday evenings from 7-9 pm in the boardroom at the CMA office on 33 Dufferin Street in Alberton. The program is geared towards helping people that are supporting loved ones with mental illness is launching in West Prince this September. http://www.peicanada.com/west_prince_graphic/article_6e20c8d2-aaf0-11e8-b630-8f7449b2d00d.html

The Forum for Young Canadians are seeking young leaders to participate in a National Youth Forum on Parliament Hill. The Forum for Young Canadians is a week-long program which occurs in Ottawa. During each session participants discover federal and provincial Canadian politics and will attend presentations on politics, policy, and international trade as well as interact with senators, Members of Parliament and other decision makers. For more information, please see Guidance.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

UNB – November 28th (presentation at 1:00)

University of King’s College – November 19th (booth during lunch, presentation during 2nd period)
St. Thomas – November 20th (booth during lunch, presentation during 4th period)

UPEI will be offering their open house on November 9th. They will be waiving application fees, doing on-site admissions, campus tours as well as hosting faculty specific events in Arts, Nursing, Science, Business and Engineering.

McGill University will be hosting its annual Open House for prospective students and their families on Sunday, October 21, 2018.  They expect to welcome approximately 6,000 visitors from across Quebec, Canada, the U.S. and other international locations and they encourage students to register online to attend the event at: https://mcgillinmind.mcgill.ca. Should you have questions, please consult their website mcgill.ca/openhouse or contact the Open House Team at openhouse@mcgill.ca.

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Student Announcements

October 11, 2018

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SHAD is a 27 day STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) and entrepreneurship based enrichment program where participants live at a host university campus outside their hometown, while engaging in experiential learning, sociocultural activities and community building. Through lectures, workshops, labs and team projects, you will learn by doing and leave inspired, unleashed and connected with like-minded youth from across the country. Get a taste of university life living on campus at one of our 17 Canadian host universities while delving into a variety of topics under the guidance of renowned professionals and university professors. At SHAD we empower exceptional youth to recognize their potential as leaders and changemakers. The SHAD 2019 program will take place from Sunday, June 30th to Friday, July 26th. Students in Grades 10, 11 and 12 are eligible to apply. For more information, please see Guidance.  Website: https://www.shad.ca/apply.htm  Deadline: November 19th, 2018

Katimavik is Canada’s leading youth service organization for youth between the ages of 18-25. Katimavik is a life-changing experience for young adults to explore Canada, make new friendships, gain valuable work experience and contribute to positive change through volunteerism. For over 40 years, Katimavik has brought youth together to learn, to exchange culture and language, and to help build stronger communities across Canada. Katimavik is currently accepting applications. Apply now at www.katimavik.org

Westisle Buskers will be every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the gym from 8:30 till 8:53. Lots of activities to learn and excel in. They include juggling, unicycling, ripstiking, extreme pogo, diablo, and balance skills. Everyone is welcome.

Westisle’s Armover Club will be every Tuesday and Thursday, in room 515, start time 11:50. Come out and see what this club is all about. Lots of fun.

CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association) Family Program, will begin on Sept. 26th. It will be held once a week on Wednesday evenings from 7-9 pm in the boardroom at the CMA office on 33 Dufferin Street in Alberton. The program is geared towards helping people that are supporting loved ones with mental illness is launching in West Prince this September. http://www.peicanada.com/west_prince_graphic/article_6e20c8d2-aaf0-11e8-b630-8f7449b2d00d.html

The Forum for Young Canadians are seeking young leaders to participate in a National Youth Forum on Parliament Hill. The Forum for Young Canadians is a week-long program which occurs in Ottawa. During each session participants discover federal and provincial Canadian politics and will attend presentations on politics, policy, and international trade as well as interact with senators, Members of Parliament and other decision makers. For more information, please see Guidance.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

UNB – November 28th (presentation at 1:00)

UPEI – October 12th (booth during lunch, presentation & 1 on 1’s during 3rd period)
University of King’s College – November 19th (booth during lunch, presentation during 2nd period)
St. Thomas – November 20th (booth during lunch, presentation during 4th period)

UPEI will be offering their open house on November 9th. They will be waiving application fees, doing on-site admissions, campus tours as well as hosting faculty specific events in Arts, Nursing, Science, Business and Engineering.

McGill University will be hosting its annual Open House for prospective students and their families on Sunday, October 21, 2018.  They expect to welcome approximately 6,000 visitors from across Quebec, Canada, the U.S. and other international locations and they encourage students to register online to attend the event at: https://mcgillinmind.mcgill.ca. Should you have questions, please consult their website mcgill.ca/openhouse or contact the Open House Team at openhouse@mcgill.ca.

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Student Announcements

October 9, 2018

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Katimavik is Canada’s leading youth service organization for youth between the ages of 18-25. Katimavik is a life-changing experience for young adults to explore Canada, make new friendships, gain valuable work experience and contribute to positive change through volunteerism. For over 40 years, Katimavik has brought youth together to learn, to exchange culture and language, and to help build stronger communities across Canada. Katimavik is currently accepting applications. Apply now at www.katimavik.org

Westisle Buskers will be every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the gym from 8:30 till 8:53. Lots of activities to learn and excel in. They include juggling, unicycling, ripstiking, extreme pogo, diablo, and balance skills. Everyone is welcome.

Westisle’s Armover Club will be every Tuesday and Thursday, in room 515, start time 11:50. Come out and see what this club is all about. Lots of fun.

CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association) Family Program, will begin on Sept. 26th. It will be held once a week on Wednesday evenings from 7-9 pm in the boardroom at the CMA office on 33 Dufferin Street in Alberton. The program is geared towards helping people that are supporting loved ones with mental illness is launching in West Prince this September. http://www.peicanada.com/west_prince_graphic/article_6e20c8d2-aaf0-11e8-b630-8f7449b2d00d.html

The Forum for Young Canadians are seeking young leaders to participate in a National Youth Forum on Parliament Hill. The Forum for Young Canadians is a week-long program which occurs in Ottawa. During each session participants discover federal and provincial Canadian politics and will attend presentations on politics, policy, and international trade as well as interact with senators, Members of Parliament and other decision makers. For more information, please see Guidance.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

UNB – November 28th (presentation at 1:00)

UPEI – October 12th (booth during lunch, presentation & 1 on 1’s during 3rd period)
University of King’s College – November 19th (booth during lunch, presentation during 2nd period)
St. Thomas – November 20th (booth during lunch, presentation during 4th period)

UPEI will be offering their open house on November 9th. They will be waiving application fees, doing on-site admissions, campus tours as well as hosting faculty specific events in Arts, Nursing, Science, Business and Engineering.

McGill University will be hosting its annual Open House for prospective students and their families on Sunday, October 21, 2018.  They expect to welcome approximately 6,000 visitors from across Quebec, Canada, the U.S. and other international locations and they encourage students to register online to attend the event at: https://mcgillinmind.mcgill.ca. Should you have questions, please consult their website mcgill.ca/openhouse or contact the Open House Team at openhouse@mcgill.ca.

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Student Announcements

October 5, 2018

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Katimavik is Canada’s leading youth service organization for youth between the ages of 18-25. Katimavik is a life-changing experience for young adults to explore Canada, make new friendships, gain valuable work experience and contribute to positive change through volunteerism. For over 40 years, Katimavik has brought youth together to learn, to exchange culture and language, and to help build stronger communities across Canada. Katimavik is currently accepting applications. Apply now at www.katimavik.org

Westisle Buskers will be every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the gym from 8:30 till 8:53. Lots of activities to learn and excel in. They include juggling, unicycling, ripstiking, extreme pogo, diablo, and balance skills. Everyone is welcome.

Westisle’s Armover Club will be every Tuesday and Thursday, in room 515, start time 11:50. Come out and see what this club is all about. Lots of fun.

CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association) Family Program, will begin on Sept. 26th. It will be held once a week on Wednesday evenings from 7-9 pm in the boardroom at the CMA office on 33 Dufferin Street in Alberton. The program is geared towards helping people that are supporting loved ones with mental illness is launching in West Prince this September. http://www.peicanada.com/west_prince_graphic/article_6e20c8d2-aaf0-11e8-b630-8f7449b2d00d.html

The Forum for Young Canadians are seeking young leaders to participate in a National Youth Forum on Parliament Hill. The Forum for Young Canadians is a week-long program which occurs in Ottawa. During each session participants discover federal and provincial Canadian politics and will attend presentations on politics, policy, and international trade as well as interact with senators, Members of Parliament and other decision makers. For more information, please see Guidance.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

UNB – November 28th (presentation at 1:00)

UPEI – October 9th (booth during lunch, presentation & 1 on 1’s during 3rd period)
University of King’s College – November 19th (booth during lunch, presentation during 2nd period)
St. Thomas – November 20th (booth during lunch, presentation during 4th period)

UPEI will be offering their open house on November 9th. They will be waiving application fees, doing on-site admissions, campus tours as well as hosting faculty specific events in Arts, Nursing, Science, Business and Engineering.

McGill University will be hosting its annual Open House for prospective students and their families on Sunday, October 21, 2018.  They expect to welcome approximately 6,000 visitors from across Quebec, Canada, the U.S. and other international locations and they encourage students to register online to attend the event at: https://mcgillinmind.mcgill.ca. Should you have questions, please consult their website mcgill.ca/openhouse or contact the Open House Team at openhouse@mcgill.ca.

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Student Announcements

October 4, 2018

Current:

Katimavik is Canada’s leading youth service organization for youth between the ages of 18-25. Katimavik is a life-changing experience for young adults to explore Canada, make new friendships, gain valuable work experience and contribute to positive change through volunteerism. For over 40 years, Katimavik has brought youth together to learn, to exchange culture and language, and to help build stronger communities across Canada. Katimavik is currently accepting applications. Apply now at www.katimavik.org

Westisle Buskers will be every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the gym from 8:30 till 8:53. Lots of activities to learn and excel in. They include juggling, unicycling, ripstiking, extreme pogo, diablo, and balance skills. Everyone is welcome.

Westisle’s Armover Club will be every Tuesday and Thursday, in room 515, start time 11:50. Come out and see what this club is all about. Lots of fun.

CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association) Family Program, will begin on Sept. 26th. It will be held once a week on Wednesday evenings from 7-9 pm in the boardroom at the CMA office on 33 Dufferin Street in Alberton. The program is geared towards helping people that are supporting loved ones with mental illness is launching in West Prince this September. http://www.peicanada.com/west_prince_graphic/article_6e20c8d2-aaf0-11e8-b630-8f7449b2d00d.html

The Forum for Young Canadians are seeking young leaders to participate in a National Youth Forum on Parliament Hill. The Forum for Young Canadians is a week-long program which occurs in Ottawa. During each session participants discover federal and provincial Canadian politics and will attend presentations on politics, policy, and international trade as well as interact with senators, Members of Parliament and other decision makers. For more information, please see Guidance.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

UNB – November 28th (presentation at 1:00)

UPEI – October 9th (booth during lunch, presentation & 1 on 1’s during 3rd period)
University of King’s College – November 19th (booth during lunch, presentation during 2nd period)
St. Thomas – November 20th (booth during lunch, presentation during 4th period)

UPEI will be offering their open house on November 9th. They will be waiving application fees, doing on-site admissions, campus tours as well as hosting faculty specific events in Arts, Nursing, Science, Business and Engineering.

McGill University will be hosting its annual Open House for prospective students and their families on Sunday, October 21, 2018.  They expect to welcome approximately 6,000 visitors from across Quebec, Canada, the U.S. and other international locations and they encourage students to register online to attend the event at: https://mcgillinmind.mcgill.ca. Should you have questions, please consult their website mcgill.ca/openhouse or contact the Open House Team at openhouse@mcgill.ca.

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Student Announcements

October 3, 2018

Current:

Katimavik is Canada’s leading youth service organization for youth between the ages of 18-25. Katimavik is a life-changing experience for young adults to explore Canada, make new friendships, gain valuable work experience and contribute to positive change through volunteerism. For over 40 years, Katimavik has brought youth together to learn, to exchange culture and language, and to help build stronger communities across Canada. Katimavik is currently accepting applications. Apply now at www.katimavik.org

Westisle Buskers will be every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the gym from 8:30 till 8:53. Lots of activities to learn and excel in. They include juggling, unicycling, ripstiking, extreme pogo, diablo, and balance skills. Everyone is welcome.

Westisle’s Armover Club will be every Tuesday and Thursday, in room 515, start time 11:50. Come out and see what this club is all about. Lots of fun.

CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association) Family Program, will begin on Sept. 26th. It will be held once a week on Wednesday evenings from 7-9 pm in the boardroom at the CMA office on 33 Dufferin Street in Alberton. The program is geared towards helping people that are supporting loved ones with mental illness is launching in West Prince this September. http://www.peicanada.com/west_prince_graphic/article_6e20c8d2-aaf0-11e8-b630-8f7449b2d00d.html

The Forum for Young Canadians are seeking young leaders to participate in a National Youth Forum on Parliament Hill. The Forum for Young Canadians is a week-long program which occurs in Ottawa. During each session participants discover federal and provincial Canadian politics and will attend presentations on politics, policy, and international trade as well as interact with senators, Members of Parliament and other decision makers. For more information, please see Guidance.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

UNB – November 28th (presentation at 1:00)

UPEI – October 9th (booth during lunch, presentation & 1 on 1’s during 3rd period)
University of King’s College – November 19th (booth during lunch, presentation during 2nd period)
St. Thomas – November 20th (booth during lunch, presentation during 4th period)

UPEI will be offering their open house on November 9th. They will be waiving application fees, doing on-site admissions, campus tours as well as hosting faculty specific events in Arts, Nursing, Science, Business and Engineering.

McGill University will be hosting its annual Open House for prospective students and their families on Sunday, October 21, 2018.  They expect to welcome approximately 6,000 visitors from across Quebec, Canada, the U.S. and other international locations and they encourage students to register online to attend the event at: https://mcgillinmind.mcgill.ca. Should you have questions, please consult their website mcgill.ca/openhouse or contact the Open House Team at openhouse@mcgill.ca.

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