Students interested in the Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) and Skilled Trades?
Please share this opportunity for students and parents to connect with employers and industry.
Students have a choice to attend one of 3 locations:
- EAST Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 @ Father Lacombe High School
- Open to all students
- Time: 6:30 – 8:30pm
- For information phone 403-875-0281 or email DOlesen@nextgen.org
- www.nextgen.org/calgary – call us at 1-888-757-7172
For those of our parents who are not yet using HomeLogic, our student data portal, we have created two videos. The first video explains how to sign up/register for the service, and the second video explains how to find your child’s marks and attendance records.
As always, if you have any questions about HomeLogic you can call us at 403-280-6565.
Lester B Pearson is proud to be an inclusive community of belonging. The Pearson Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) provides a safe space where diversity is celebrated. The activism component meets at lunch on Tuesdays in Room 2136 as well, students are welcome to eat lunch in a safe space on Thursdays in Room 2136. All are welcome!
Grade 12 Students who have demonstrated outstanding Citizenship, Community Service/Volunteer Engagement,Leadership should see Student Services to apply.
If you are interested in pursuing a trade during the summer months, the please see Mr. Eng or Mr. Mitchell for the appropriate paperwork.
This exploratory opportunity allows students to work with industry experts in the Calgary Police Services Automotive team doing maintenance of Calgary Police Service vehicles. Students can earn up to 6 credits in off-campus education and will be eligible for one credit for every 25 hours of work. Please note Calgary Police Service hiring protocols include an enhanced security clearance and the successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug test. Please see Mrs. Lieske in the Career Centre.