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Hall of Fame Inductee Mr. Paul Coffey visiting Martin Collegiate!!!

We are pleased to announce that on

Friday, February 12th at 2:00pm

Hall of Fame Inductee Mr. Paul Coffey visiting Martin Collegiate!!!

 Paul Coffey has amassed a wide range of awards over the course of his professional playing career.  Coffey ranks 2nd all-time among NHL defenceman in career goals, assists and points behind only Ray Bourque. Paul Coffey was born in Weston, Ontario. Some of these awards and recognitions include:

AWARDS

  • 4 time Stanley Cup Champion
  • 3 time Canada Cup Winner as a member of Team Canada
  • 3 Time Norris Trophy Winner as the NHL’s best defenceman
  • NHL 1st team all-star 4 times
  • NHL 2nd team all-star 4 times
  • Voted to the NHL all-star game – 14 times
  • Ranked 13th all – time in the NHL for career points
  • Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2004

 

 

SCC Meeting

Our next SCC Meeting is Wednesday, February 10th at 6:00 in the Staff Room.  All are welcom!

Grad Meeting for Parent Volunteers

Our next Grad Meeting for Parent Volunteers is on Wednesday, Feb. 10th at 7:00 in the Library.

Martin's Tobacco Free Event

In an effort to provide education and support for students to be Tobacco Free and for others to support Tobacco Free life choices, we have planned some events for January and February.  The Canadian Cancer Society is supporting our campaign and Kelsey Michaluk from the Canadian Cancer Society will be helping us out.    The Campaign will include, an Interactive Lunch Display, guest speakers, lunch meetings, posters, etc.

The following are helpful student resources:

Break it Off

Smokers Who Want to Quit

Smokers Help Line

The Truth

Smokers Who Don't Want to Quit

Help a Smoker Quit
 

 

 

Guidance Upcoming Dates

University of Saskatchewan:  February 15, 2016 is the deadline to apply for Education, Business, Engineering, Kinesiology and Music. May 1, 2016 is the deadline for Agriculture/Bioresources and Arts and Science.

Saskatchewan Pulse Growers:  May 6, 2016 Deadline.  $5000 Scholarships to Grade 12 students that will attend a Saskatchewan post-secondary program associated with the agriculture industry.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Campus:  February 15 deadlines for Dental Hygiene, Medical Radiologic Technology, Power Engineering Technology, Practical Nursing and Psychiatric Nursing. 

University of Saskatchewan:  March 1, 2016 is the deadline for Competitive Entrance Awards.

U of R Entrance Bursary for Aboriginal Students:  Click here for more information

Women in Trades Workshops:  Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus

Global Explorers Program (Application Deadline: February 12, 2016)
By attending 6 Saturday training courses, students in Grade 10, 11 or 12 will acquire introductory knowledge and skills required to work in a global context.  The sessions start in March, 2016 and can be used to obtain a high school credit.  Talk to Guidance for more information.

U of R Nursing Application Deadline:  February 15, 2016

U of R Grade 11 University Preview:  February 19 (this is a free 1/2 day event that includes a mock lecture, hands-on activities and a tailgate party with free pizza.  Register on the U of R Website before January 30, 2016).

U of R Education Application Deadline:  March 1

U of R Admission on the Spot:  February 25, 2016

U of R Scholarship Workshops:  February 17, February 23, March 3, and March 7, 2016.

U of R Entrance Scholarship Deadline:  March 15

Nimbus School of Recording & Media is offering a $25,000 scholarship to pursue a music engineering or production career.  nimbusmixcontest.ca

McDonald's Restaurants is having a Career Night on Tuesday, February 23 from 6-8 pm at the Sandman Hotel.  RSVP by February 17th to Somi.Cheon@ca.mcd.com
 

Regina Public Schools New Attendance Strategy

Martin Collegiate is Proud to announce we had 117 students who had perfect attendance in the month of September!!

Click here to view Attendance Strategy

MARTIN REGULAR DAILY TIMETABLE

GRADE 9 - 12 BELL SCHEDULE

AM 7:20-8:21
FIRST BELL 8:25 (WARNING BELL)
PERIOD 1 8:30 - 9:31
PRIDE 9:35 - 9:50
PERIOD 2 9:54 - 10:55
PERIOD 3 10:59 - 12:00
LUNCH 12:00 - 1:10 (WARNING BELL - 1:05)
PERIOD 4 1:10 - 2:11
PERIOD 5 2:15 - 3:16



   
   
NOTE:  Lates and Unexcused Absences can impact
your student's learning and their possibility of  
earning an Incentive during Final Assessment week.
 
   
   
   
   

 

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