Friday, 30 September 2011

Debate Union Web Page

Check out our new webpage for the Debate Union!

Volunteers needed! Share your money management and life skills with the next generation!

On Tuesday November 29, 2011, the students at Midsun Junior High School would like to participate in the Junior Achievement Dollars with Sense (DWS) and the Economics for Success (EfS) programs.
Junior Achievement is a non-profit organization that provides business and finance programs free of charge to schools. 
DWS is a program that is designed to encourage students to develop the financial literacy necessary to make informed decisions in their financial futures using budgeting, planning and investments.
EfS is a program that assists students to develop a positive attitude towards education, and career planning while recognizing the financial costs of living on their own.
We are in need of volunteers to share their experiences and insights. As a volunteer you will work with students in one 4-hour session in the morning. Training is provided free of charge.
Please contact Matt Mitchell at 403-781-2581 or e-mail at to sign up for this event!

Check out this great link on how to be successful in school!

It is a great resource to discuss with your child and outlines great tips and strategies on how to be successful in mathematics and other subjects:

School Dropoff

Parents, please do not drop your student off at school prior to 8:30AM unless they are in a directly supervised activity.  We do not have supervision of students until 8:30 AM.

Tutorial Program

 Check out our Tutorial Program page (under About Our School)

Bus Maps

Bus Maps are now available. Select Bus Maps from the Transportation dropdown menu at the top.

MidSun Wireless Student Network

The Midsun Wireless Student Network (Student LAWN) is now active! Students will now be able to use their personal devices at school. Students will need to login to the network with their CBE student login credentials. The use of personal devices by students with the guidance of parents and teachers will assist in addressing individual student preferences and needs for learning.
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