Construction of the new Boychuk Drive and Highway 16 Interchange has progressed to a point where girder installation can begin.
The concrete structures that support the bridge deck will be lifted into place as soon as they arrive on site. The first shipment is expected on Tuesday, April 24.
Traffic patterns through the intersection will change starting on Sunday, April 22. The westbound lanes of Highway 1 through the construction zone will close. The eastbound lanes will be converted to two-way traffic. All turns will be accommodated, however, intensive delays can be expected during this work. Drivers are encouraged to use alternate routes.
The Boychuk Drive and Highway 16 Interchange will open in the summer of 2019.
To learn more about the Saskatoon Interchange Project and to view 3D renderings and video, visit saskatoon.ca/interchanges.
April 25 | 7:30 - 9:00 pm | SCS Library
Discussion topics will include:
Dr. Klaue (Principal) - What will the new High School electives be for the 2018-19 school year? (10 minutes)
Mr. Harris (Executive Director) - What are the preliminary findings from the hot lunch survey? (10 minutes)
Maralee Allen & Carmen Kampman (Board Members) - In light of the upcoming Board elections, what is the job of a governance board and what are the pros and cons of working on this type of board? (10 minutes)
Question and Answer Time
Student showcase event 6-8 pm, Thursday, April 26
SCS students present fine arts, music, dance, videos, and science experiments.
Guests are welcome to attend.
Bring cash ($1/ticket) for carnival games and food.
Click here for an invitation.
Deadline: April 30, 2018
Saturday, May 5 | 1-4 pm
Register your ALL ages team by email.
The Multi Purpose Room will be available for those children who may not wish to play volleyball. A cash concession will be open to purchase lunch and snacks.
Invite your friends to join us for this free event!!!
Now that you're here, please update your password for your "parent" and/or "staff" account. Do this by visiting the Parent Zone or Staff Zone and clicking the "Forget Your Password?" link at the login screen. The Parent Zone and the Staff Zone can each be accessed using the links listed under Portals at the bottom of every page on the website.
Thank you to everyone who filled out the survey! Results will be available first at the town hall meeting and then posted in the newsletter and on Facebook after April 25, 2018.
Canoe Trip June 8-9
Please read information about meetings, pool and pond training by clicking here.
BOOK FAIR: Thanks to everyone who came out and shopped at our Book Fair with Living Books! We're happy to tell everyone that the school library received $340 in free books!! Christina McVittie's grade 4 class won the draw and received $50 worth of free books for their classroom library. If you are interested in purchasing Christian books in the future you can contact Wendy Kasdorf: Living Books Rep at (306) 291-1745 or by clicking here.
The SCS Library has books with a red “M” label on them. These books are normally only available to students in grades 10-12 because they contain mature content, including violence, sexuality, or offensive language. If you have a student in a younger grade who would like to borrow one of these “mature” books, a signed note giving such permission must be sent to email@example.com. To help with this decision, we suggest review sites such as:
Thanks for partnering with us to help your child pick out suitable reading material.
THE PRAYER TEAM is a parent-led group whose purpose is to pray for SCS-specific issues that affect our staff, students and school community. As SCS is a Christ-centred school, we believe it is important to model a prayerful attitude towards our children. Therefore, we encourage parents to partner with us in demonstrating our desire to seek God first in all we do.
We meet Tuesday mornings for a half hour starting at 8:45 - 9:15 am sharp in the NEW Elementary Arts Ed. Room (Room 309) down the High School hallway. Come as often as you can. Please email for more information or to submit a prayer request.
**This week we are praying for Mrs. Froese, Mrs. Patmore, Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs. Santha, and Mrs. Smeding.**
SUPPORT, ENCOURAGE, EDUCATE, DISCIPLE, STRENGTHEN – SEEDS!
SCS is offering two parenting groups again this year. All SCS parents are welcome to attend.
Elementary SEEDS for Kindergarten - Grade 6 Parents
Friday morning 8:30-10:30 am
Elementary Arts Education Room (Room 309)
Childcare in Counselling Office
Dates for Elementary (K-6) SEEDS:
April 27, May 11 & 25, June 8 & 22
Middle Years & High School SEEDS for Grade 7-12 Parents
Thursday afternoons 1:45-3:15 pm
Elementary Arts Education Room (Room 309)
Dates for Middle Years & High School (Gr 7-12) SEEDS:
April 26, May 10 & 24, June 7
WELCOME TO SPRING!!! The next order submits on 7 am, April 24. Please consider taking an opportunity to place an order. Visit the website to see the hundreds of other retailer that are available. Each order is certainly appreciated and is of benefit to Saskatoon Christian School. Please use our group code GMPL2Q to sign up. A special thanks to those who have placed orders this past school year. If you have any questions or ideas, please contact Connie McGregor by text at 306-380-1920 or email.
April 2018 Promotions
Healthy Hunger SUBWAY Lunch
ON LINE INSTRUCTIONS:
This is how it works:
- Parents/ High School Students/Staff go to the Healthy Hunger website: www.healthyhunger.ca
- Click the box ‘No Obligation Sign Up’ and begin
- Register child under their grade
- Continue following prompts. Pay online using VISA, Mastercard, or Debit.
- Our supplier is Schira Subways.
You may order lunches up to 5 days prior to the lunch. If your child(ren) is/are away on the day of the lunch, you may pick up the lunch from school on the day of the lunch or it will be kept in the fridge to be picked up the following day.
Upcoming Healthy Hunger SUBWAY Lunch dates are:
Last date to order online
Saturday, May 12
Saturday June 9
Proceeds from these lunches will go towards SCS Extra-Curricular Athletics.
If you have any questions about the Healthy Hunger lunch program, please contact Mr. Glen Ukrainetz at 343-1494 ext. 240 or email.