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Student Clubs 2017/2018

STUDENT CLUBS SUMMARY CHART 2017/2018

Club Name

Athletics

Teacher Sponsor(s)

1/3 of our staff – See Mr. Fraser, Athletic Director, or the PE Bulletin

Boards which identify coaches

When/Where do we meet?

Fall sports: Volleyball, Football, Girls Soccer, Cross Country

Winter sports: Basketball, Badminton, Wrestling, Swim/Dive

Spring sports: Rugby, Field Hockey, Boys Soccer, Track and Field

 

Leadership Club

 

Ms. Hodgson

Mr. Longlitz

 

Tuesdays at lunch break

 

Yearbook Club

 

Ms. Wilmott

 

Every Monday at lunch break in room 1127

 

Construction Club

 

Mr. Arkell

 

Tuesdays after school – must be enrolled in Construction 10/20/30

 

Learn skills to compete at provincials

Build some cool projects!

 

 

Gardening Club

 

Mr. Arkell

Ms. Deschner

 

Mondays – afterschool at 4pm

 

International Certificate Club

 

Ms. Laforest

 

Wednesdays in room 1213

 

Pearson Press Club

 

Mr. Benard

 

 

 

The Youth Volunteer Club (YVC)

 

 

 
 

Graduation Committee

 

Ms. Dang

Mrs. Jessel

Ms. Phull

Mrs. Sareen

Mrs. White

Mrs. Reimer

**Ms. Lloyd

 

 

Meetings will be held

 

Animation Club

 

Ms. Lock

 

Monday at lunch break in room 1125

Finance Club Mr. Eng

Ms. Deschner

Investing competition starting mid-October
Fitness Center Tons of teachers! See the chart on the door to see who is supervising. Morning, lunch and afterschool Room 1187 Please get your $40 fitness pass in PE.
Junior Achievement Ms. Deschner Please see Ms. Deschner for the application process
Patriots Dance Troupe Club Ms. Nottell Audition requirements will be advertised first week of school. This is a performance and competitive dance troupe. Year commitment and will involve multiple performances and weekly training. Practices – TBD
Robotics Club Ms. Goekjian

Dr. Cooper

 
Science Fair/Olympics Club Mrs. Fitzner

Mr. Madsen

 

 
Students in Action Club Ms. Hodgson Students in Action will plan together and choose their own public service projects, engage their entire school and the broader community, when possible, to have an impact and make their world a better place. We will start with a one day conference on Saturday, September 30 at the U of C, as a springboard for ideas.
Chess Club Mr. Arkell Every Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunch break in room 1183
Student Council Ms. Lloyd Mondays at lunch break in room 2165

 

Good Food Box

Good Food BoxPearson is proud to announce the Pearson Good Food box. This is a community run program to help get fresh fruit and vegetables to all our students. Families can purchase a Good Food Box, for $25, $30 or $35 a month. This large box of fresh vegetables is delivered right to Pearson at the end of every month.

This months deadline is very quick, September 19th. If you would like to learn more about this program and how it can help your family please contact Ms Deschner or we welcome you to come in and learn more about the program during any lunch hour in our cafeteria.

Calgary Transit Passes – 2017/2018 – new process!

Calgary Transit Passes for the 2017-18 School Year

Waived Transit Passes Families will be required to apply to Calgary Transit through The City of Calgary’s Fair Entry Program, the link is provided

www.calgary.ca/fairentry

This will take some time and the Calgary Board of Education will provide a bus pass for the months of September and October to qualifying students ( live more than 2.4 Km from their designated school) pending your acceptance In order to receive a Bus Pass from Lester B. Pearson High School you will be required to provide proof that you have applied to the Fair Entry Program.

Transit Rebates

  • Students who are attending their designated regular program and who reside more than 2.4 km to the school will be eligible for a rebate, details to follow please keep receipt and bus pass.Where to buy passes?
  • There are a few options for you to purchase your transit pass or tickets.
  • Also:
  1. Shop online – The easy to use online store front allows you to purchase your tickets and passes safely, securely and quickly without leaving your house. Start by creating your CITYonlineaccount today.
  2. Visit a Customer Service Centre
  3. Many convenience and grocery stores sell our tickets and monthly passes; look for the sign on the front entrance indicating that they sell Calgary Transit fare products.

Taking the CTrain?

If you’re taking the CTrain, you can purchase your fare (Adult & Youth Single ride tickets and Day Passes) from the ticket vending machines located at the station. The machines accept cash, credit and debit.

 

 

Attention Students – taking courses at other educational institutions

It has come to our attention recently that there are a growing number of Pearson students who are taking courses with other educational institutions outside of the CBE. Examples of these institutions are Alberta Distance Learning Commission (ADLC), and Hope Christian School.

If you are one of these students, or know someone who is, please be aware of the following expectations:

 

  1. If a student is taking a grade 12 (30 level) course with an institution such as those above and they want to write their final exams for those courses as Pearson, those students will need to come to the main office ASAP to inform the office of your intentions so that we can discover how many extra spaces we will need to accommodate the demand.

 

There is a limit to the number of students that we can have writing exams at Pearson based on the number of actual seats that we have in the examination rooms, and the number of supervisors that we have. We also need to ensure that Alberta Education sends us enough exams to cover the number of students who will be here on exam day to write the exams.

 

  1. Students taking courses at these institutions also need to know that you are not permitted to use Pearson resources such as textbooks while registered in courses at other institutions. There are barely enough resources and textbooks for students at Pearson, that we can’t justify loaning out textbooks to students not in courses at our school.

 

  1. There have also been students who have been enrolled in classes at an outside institution as well as at Pearson. As the semester progresses, some students are withdrawing from their course at Pearson and then continuing to sit in the classroom at Pearson with their teachers. Teachers are not permitted to allow you to sit in their classes if you are not on their attendance list. Teachers cannot be made responsible for students not on their attendance list.