December 4, 2020
Wash Your Hands and Wear Your Mask
We would like to remind you about the importance of keeping your hands clean.
Everyone should sanitize their hands upon entering the school and again before leaving.
Proper handwashing is also extremely important, both at school and at home.
Click here for a 30-second video on how to wash your hands properly.
Please do your part to keep everyone safe.
The Stem Club has organized more university information sessions that will be taking place very soon. The sessions will consist of speakers from various universities including knowledgeable faculty from specific programs.
These sessions are a great way for students to familiarize themselves with many different universities and get a better understanding of the schools and their programs.
These are the dates and times booked for information sessions (so far):
- University of Toronto information session: Tuesday, December 8th @ 3:30 pm
- University of Waterloo information session: Wednesday, December 9th @ 4:00 pm
- University of British Columbia information session: Thursday, December 10th @ 3:30 pm
- McMaster University information session: Tuesday, December 15th @ 3:30 pm
Please join the STEM google classroom (code: ubnkujb) or the guidance google classroom for signups and meeting links. All students are welcome to attend.
The executive team of the STEM Club will be organizing and facilitating all information meetings. For more information please take a look at the Stem club Instagram profile @cawthrastem
Cawthra Park's DECA club meets every Friday at 2:30pm. Head to the google classroom - vsolqoc for more info and/or updates.
Join the Cawthra Astronomy Club!
Do you find yourself looking up at the night sky wondering what is happening in the celestial sphere? Join the newest Cawthra virtual club - the Astronomy Club!
We will be meeting the THIRD THURSDAY of each month at 2:45pm - 3:45pm on MS Teams starting Nov. 26th (I know it is not the 3rd Thursday but we want to start soon!). We will have a regular guest speaker to our club - Randy Attwood of the Mississauga chapter of the Royal Astronomy Association who will be our guide on our journey through the night skies this year.
All the information you need is on our Google Classroom - code: kwdejgv