TMSS Announcements


Announcements for Wednesday May 12, 2021

High School

Driver Education

Kinistin Driver ED Group - Wednesday, May 12 at lunch and afterschool and Thursday, May, 13 at lunch.  Art Room 158

Eliza Apooch-Smokeyday
Brooklyn Lumberjack-Cowan
Sam Scott
Tanner Scott
Trinity Thomas
Nathaniel Desjarlais
Mendez Martell
Daniel Martell
Denzel Thomas
Ariana Thomas
Aiden White
Ryan White

- Posted By Lorie Perrault

Driver Education Drivers

Drivers for Wednesday, May 12

9:00 – Xander Brown

10:00-12:00 – Tilka Chapman

12:20 – Group 3 KINISTIN Class

1:00-3:00 – Ryann Labelle

3:30 – Group 3 KINISTIN Class

- Posted By Lorie Perrault

Drivers for Thursday, May 13

9:00 – Zach Bansley

10:00-12:00 – Isaiah Watson

12:20 – Group 3 KINISTIN Class

1:00 – Sam Benjamin

2:00 – Hunter Bleile

- Posted By Lorie Perrault

extra-curr senior band

Extra Curr Senior band practice Tuesday after school starting May 11th

- Posted By Rebecca Will

Grad 2021

Grad Invitation Committee,

Let's meet at 12:20 in Mrs. Messer's office on Friday.

See you then.

- Posted By Carmen Messer

Grad Decorating Committee

We will have a noon hour meeting on Friday, May 14.

Please come with ideas based on last week's meeting and we will lock down our plan so you can get started.  

- Posted By Leah Madsen

Grade 11s

SUTIL is pleased to invite students to attend our Grade 11 Virtual Career Fair. Here are the details for the fair: 

Date: May 14, 2021

Time: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Format: The fair will be hosted virtually through our sutil.ca platform. Students will have access to short presentations, which will be scheduled throughout the entire day in a rotation of concurrent sessions.

Presentation Length: 30 minutes total (15 minute presentation + 10 minutes for Q&A + 5 minutes to move to next session)

How to Join: Students can individually visit the sutil.ca website and click on the banner titled “Grade 11 Virtual Career Fair. This will connect them to a Google Doc that lists each presenter and the time they are presenting at. When they click on their institution of choice from the list, they will then immediately join that institutions virtual meeting space. 

GRADE 11 VIRTUAL FAIR PRESENTERS • Assiniboia Community College • Canadian Armed Forces • Centre for Arts and Technology • College Mathieu • Cumberland College • Great Plains College • Lakeland College • Lasalle College Vancouver • Medicine Hat College • Minot State University • North West College • Royal Canadian Mounted Police • Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade • Saskatchewan Polytechnic • St. Peter’s College • University of Lethbridge • University of Saskatchewan • University of Regina • U of R – High School Accelerated

- Posted By Kristin Lee

Grade 12s

Grade 12's:  Ashley has volunteered to make the grad PowerPoint with your baby photos.  Please email your baby photos to Ashley at:  ak124@learner.nesd.ca

Don't make her chase you!

- Posted By Carmen Messer

TMSS Scholarship Fund application is ready to go!  The online application must be filled out on a school computer. 

Submission deadline is Thursday, May 20, 2021 at 3:30 pm.

Late applications are not considered.

- Posted By Lorie Perrault

The Tisdale Kinette Community Engagement Scholarship is a local program that is awarded every June to a Grade 12 student that demonstrates involvement in their local community.

This year we have received a matching donation of $500, so we are able to offer 2 scholarships in 2021.

Please check out the scholarship details on the TMSS website or stop in and see Mrs. Janzen for more info.

Deadline is May 31st, 2021

- Posted By Christina Janzen

Scholarship Alert:  Gerry McCrudden Memorial Scholarship

 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MPyO-Y0T9pGZUsYbKH2w0XJVKxSxlSlM/view

A competitive, merit-based scholarship program designated for graduating students who desire financial support to pursue post-secondary education.

An academic average of 80% or higher in grade 12. Leadership potential as measured by leadership roles in school or community activities, or by demonstrating through participation in school or community activities. 

- Posted By Kristin Lee

TMSS Scholarship Fund: Applications are due by 3:30pm on Friday, May 21.  No late applications are accepted and if you do not apply you are not considered for any of these scholarships.  You must submit an online application and be sure to upload the additional document at the top.  You will receive and error message when you submit, but it will go through.  Feel free to check in with Mrs. Lee to see if your application has been received.  You have 38 months to claim your scholarship so even if you are not headed to post-secondary in the fall you should apply.  To date, these are the students who have applied:

Wyatt Will               Kody Erickson            Dana Holmstrom          Bailey Norris-Pott            Chloe Jackson-Kotko      Daiton Hordos

Amy Svenson         Ashlyn Simoneau       Kelvin Jonasson           Samantha Greif               Kylee Montes                  Meagan Wessel

Jessica Nakonieczny                                Drayton Hvidston           Sydney Hockey              Ashley Kidney                  Cole Roszell

Keenan Roszell      Brooklyn Mayerle       Laci Chowen                 Macy Hall                        Megan Fredsberg          Allison Edmunds

Aimily Cresswell     Viktor Shramko          Regan Squires              Emma Markwart              Ben Howes                     Teagan Sisson

       

- Posted By Kristin Lee

Grades 9-11

On Wednesday, May 19th at 7:00 pm (Central Standard Time), the University of Toronto  will be hosting an information session for grade 9-11 students in Saskatchewan who may be thinking about applying to the University of Toronto. The session will cover information about what the U of T has to offer, and how to make an application. There will be time for questions after the presentation. • To receive the Zoom link, register by following this link: https://apply.adm.utoronto.ca/register/?id=466e09e5-5ae3-4533-8f17-421c273ac34c

 

- Posted By Kristin Lee

Grades 9-12

Not sure what you want to do after school?  Thinking maybe going to school but not sure for what?  Medicine Hat College is pleased to offer a new two year Humanities and Social Sciences diploma starting  Fall 2021

This program allows the student to pursue an investigation of individual interests and personal goals unique to them while at the same time preparing them for further study in the humanities, social sciences, or the professions.

Additionally, the study of the humanities and social science prepares the student with all of the fundamental, personal management, and team work skills that are required for the rapidly changing workplace. The program can supplement and complement any number of other programs and will begin a process of development of the student’s understanding of the world and themselves while preparing them for a vast number of careers of their choice

A two-month work integrated learning experience is part of the required program requirements, creating valuable opportunities for students to apply the knowledge and skills gained in the classroom.

https://www.mhc.ab.ca/ProgramsandCourses/Academic-Programs/Programs-of-Study/Humanities-and-Social-Sciences

If you want more info., join the virtual info. session on May 12th, at 5:30pm.

Link to register - https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/FCoDWhS/humanitiesdiploma

- Posted By Kristin Lee

Noon Hour Gym

Noon hour basketball will continue for the month of May. Wednesday and Thursday

- Posted By Sharolyn Simoneau

Throws - Track and Field

Throws practice Wednesday after school at 3:30. Meet outside by the shotput circle.

- Erin Kirkland, Brett Spedding, Tilka Chapman, Sydney Hockey, Levi Graham, Abby Mooney. 

- Posted By Keenan Carrier

Track and Field Practices

We will continue to have athletes train in a cohort.  

This week the Jumps/Sprints group of 

Marvin Gonzales

Abby Mooney

Olivia Pollon

Celeste Fleury

Ambrose Abiara

Katelyn Mooney

Calista Kuny

Will meet in the Auditorium at 3:30 on Tuesday and Thursday for training.

- Posted By Scott Brinklow


Middle Years

Driver Education

Kinistin Driver ED Group - Wednesday, May 12 at lunch and afterschool and Thursday, May, 13 at lunch.  Art Room 158

Eliza Apooch-Smokeyday
Brooklyn Lumberjack-Cowan
Sam Scott
Tanner Scott
Trinity Thomas
Nathaniel Desjarlais
Mendez Martell
Daniel Martell
Denzel Thomas
Ariana Thomas
Aiden White
Ryan White

- Posted By Lorie Perrault

Driver Education Drivers

Drivers for Wednesday, May 12

9:00 – Xander Brown

10:00-12:00 – Tilka Chapman

12:20 – Group 3 KINISTIN Class

1:00-3:00 – Ryann Labelle

3:30 – Group 3 KINISTIN Class

- Posted By Lorie Perrault

Drivers for Thursday, May 13

9:00 – Zach Bansley

10:00-12:00 – Isaiah Watson

12:20 – Group 3 KINISTIN Class

1:00 – Sam Benjamin

2:00 – Hunter Bleile

- Posted By Lorie Perrault

Grades 9-11

On Wednesday, May 19th at 7:00 pm (Central Standard Time), the University of Toronto  will be hosting an information session for grade 9-11 students in Saskatchewan who may be thinking about applying to the University of Toronto. The session will cover information about what the U of T has to offer, and how to make an application. There will be time for questions after the presentation. • To receive the Zoom link, register by following this link: https://apply.adm.utoronto.ca/register/?id=466e09e5-5ae3-4533-8f17-421c273ac34c

 

- Posted By Kristin Lee

Grades 9-12

Not sure what you want to do after school?  Thinking maybe going to school but not sure for what?  Medicine Hat College is pleased to offer a new two year Humanities and Social Sciences diploma starting  Fall 2021

This program allows the student to pursue an investigation of individual interests and personal goals unique to them while at the same time preparing them for further study in the humanities, social sciences, or the professions.

Additionally, the study of the humanities and social science prepares the student with all of the fundamental, personal management, and team work skills that are required for the rapidly changing workplace. The program can supplement and complement any number of other programs and will begin a process of development of the student’s understanding of the world and themselves while preparing them for a vast number of careers of their choice

A two-month work integrated learning experience is part of the required program requirements, creating valuable opportunities for students to apply the knowledge and skills gained in the classroom.

https://www.mhc.ab.ca/ProgramsandCourses/Academic-Programs/Programs-of-Study/Humanities-and-Social-Sciences

If you want more info., join the virtual info. session on May 12th, at 5:30pm.

Link to register - https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/FCoDWhS/humanitiesdiploma

- Posted By Kristin Lee

Intramurals
  • Monday - Hunger Games - Grade 6
  • Tuesday - Hunger Games - Grade 7
  • Wednesday - Hunger Games - Grade 8
  • Thursday - Hunger Games - Grade 9
  • Friday - 1/2 gym - grade 6 - 1/2 gym grade 9

 

- Posted By Dennis Kubat

Junior Football

If you are in grade 6,7,or 8 and you missed Jr. Football equipment pick-up but still want to play, its not too late! Talk to Mr. Hobbins or Mr. Carrier either Friday the 7th, Monday the 10th, or Tuesday the 11th and we will get you ready for the next practice.

- Posted By Riley Hobbins

Throws - Track and Field

Throws practice Wednesday after school at 3:30. Meet outside by the shotput circle.

- Erin Kirkland, Brett Spedding, Tilka Chapman, Sydney Hockey, Levi Graham, Abby Mooney. 

- Posted By Keenan Carrier

Track and Field Practices

We will continue to have athletes train in a cohort.  

This week the Jumps/Sprints group of 

Marvin Gonzales

Abby Mooney

Olivia Pollon

Celeste Fleury

Ambrose Abiara

Katelyn Mooney

Calista Kuny

Will meet in the Auditorium at 3:30 on Tuesday and Thursday for training.

- Posted By Scott Brinklow