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EDAS is an NPO that helps bring a smile to the homeless in our community. Southgate students will be painting bags, handmaking Christmas cards and collecting donations for the contents of their care packages from November 6th to December 12th. Donations of NEW woolen socks, mittens, scarves, toques, toothpaste, toothbrushes and/or money can be brought to Southgate. Our goal is to make a minimum of 150 care packages which will then be handed out to Evergreen Shelter, Coles Shelter and Radiant Sunday Soup Kitchen.
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On Holm Road, we have had many drivers parking their vehicles in the No Parking zones, making it difficult for our bus drivers to safely enter and leave the bus loop area. We would appreciate you picking up and dropping off students in the designated parking area in the lower parking lot or on Alder. Thank you for your understanding on this important safety matter.
All volunteers for SD72 schools require a yearly Driver's Abstract if they drive for field trips and a Police Information Check (PIC) to be completed every three years. Forms can be picked up at the Southgate office and brought to the RCMP detachment together with two pieces of government issued I.D.
Foundry unites mental health care, substance use services, primary care, and social services for young people ages 12-24 under one roof. No referral necessary; walk-in hours are Tuesday through Friday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. (140 10th Avenue).
Southgate Middle School teacher, Danita Lewis is one of 10 recipients for the 2017 Guiding the Journey: Indigenous Educator Awards. Lewis was recognized for her work in culture, language and traditions education in Montreal, Quebec on December 1.
Southgate PAC meetings will be held each month at the school. All parents & guardians are encouraged and welcome to attend.