February 17th, 2021
- This week, Rudy’s Catering, located at 1681 Granville St, is offering Citadel students 15% off food orders when they show their student ID card.
- There is still time to register for the African Youth Forum. All Black/African Nova Scotian students who wish to attend please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org . Guest panelists will address topics such as mental health, activism and diversity in education. There will be participation prizes for attendees.
- It's cold out there. And on February 20th, our team is going to do something about it. Together with thousands of Canadians across the country, we're walking and fundraising to support and serve people and families experiencing homelessness, hurt, and hunger in our community. On Saturday, February 20th at 1 pm we will be meeting at the top entrance at Point Pleasant Park.
- The First Boys Rugby Practice will take place today in the main gym at 6 pm. All are welcome and no experience is necessary. Please see Mr. Sutton in the Gym office, if you have any questions. Thursday at 8 pm and Friday at 6 pm
- Course Selection for September 2021 is now beginning. Students in grade 10 and 11 must have their PowerSchool log in and password. If you cannot access PowerSchool, or need to reset your log in, please come to the guidance office. Students are asked to review the course selection descriptions. Course descriptions are located on the Citadel Website on the Guidance page. Any non-graduating grade 12 who needs to pick courses for September, please speak with your guidance counsellor.
- Free breakfast everyday, cart is in the cafeteria.
- Every Wednesday there is a free lunch, also given out in the cafeteria.
- The Lunch on Broadway series continues today (Wednesday, February 17th) with Les Miserables. Bring your lunch and vocal cords to Room 221 at 11:35.
- Come to room 201 today at lunch for Citadel Youth Leaders club. Listen to local leader, Dennis Adams, speak on his experience with leadership.
- Look for the different inspirational quotes from local black leaders in honour of black history month!
- I Read Canadian Day is a new nationwide initiative that celebrates the richness, diversity and breadth of Canadian literature. Taking place for the second year on February 17, 2021, this celebration will empower families, schools, libraries, bookstores and organizations to host activities and events by reading Canadian books for just fifteen minutes. Swing on by our library to check the I Read Diverse Canadian bulletin board and maybe borrow one of the books!