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NSO Weekly April 29-May 4

Hey all, see the link for the NSO Weekly Apr 29-May 4 Motto: Small steps are still progress!

We hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! Monday is instructional day #52 of 83 or 63% of the semester complete. We recently received funds from the Alberta Schools Nutrition Grant to support learning. As such, every Tuesday and Thursday we have planned lunch time deliveries available for students on site those days. April Diploma marks have been released by Alberta Education. Please sign in to your myPass account to see final grades. Reminder: Wednesday, May 1 is early dismissal, as we close at 2:10p.m. and Friday is a closure day for Staff Professional Learning.

Next Step Motto: Small steps are still progress! We appreciate the opportunity to engage, interact, and support all families. Our Next Step vision is to create a community of learners who embody the virtues of acceptance, flexibility, individualization, respect, and responsibility. We are excited you are part of our alternative learning environment. Reminder: High School students are required to check in and meet with their instructor(s) weekly. It is recommended that multiple check ins occur each week to ensure successful completion of academic course work. As we start quarter 4, students not adhering to the weekly check in schedule or failing to engage in the learning process will be removed from their course.

Part Time Job with ServiceMaster Clean- ServiceMaster Clean is seeking part-time staff for evening work to clean floors, windows, and exterior cleaning. If students have a certain day or days available, they can adjust schedule for flexibility. Pay range is $20.00 to $22.00 per hour. You only need to be able to get dropped off at Sherwood Park office location (32 Sioux Road Sherwood Park). Contact Cara Smith at 587.410.4240 or text 780.886.6834. Positions start right away!

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