Awards and Scholarships
Safe and Caring School Awards
With "Niska" as our mascot, we promote the Safe and Caring program with weekly and monthly themes. We are being
proactive by keeping children safe from bullying by teaching social and cultural understanding and respect. We have monthly Safe and Caring Assemblies (S.A.C.S.) featuring a virtue of the month and award certificates to students who have shown an
understanding or gesture of that month’s virtue.
February Key Concept: Respecting Diversity & Preventing Prejudice
Recognizing & appreciating the contributions made by culturally distinctive groups builds respect for diversity. Respecting different points of view builds community and helps to prevent or resolve conflict. Stereotypes limit our perception and understanding of other people and leads to prejudice, discrimination and conflict.
Congratulations to the following students who received a Safe and Caring School Award for February:
Tricia G, Traven H, Wyatt N, Kaley B, Payton W, Sadie B, Naveah G, Aryanna M, Daniel G, Ryder L, Reece S, Joseph S, Emma G, Mackalya S, Vinh N, Malia R, Gavin M, Tristan W, Matthew G, Kane G, Zander F, Ceihli H, Chris K, Finn M, Faith H, Corbin S, Anabella D, Kaiden B, Lilah H, Logan E, and Malia R.
January Key Concept: Respecting Diversity & Preventing Prejudice
Respecting diversity is necessary in a Safe & Caring School. Recognizing and respecting differences within the classroom builds appreciation of yourself and others. Recognizing and appreciating that families are unique builds respect for diversity.
Congratulations to the following students who received a Safe and Caring School Award for January:
Akheia A, Rolin B, Ethan C, Ryker M, Pheonix H, Jacoby C, Joey L, Marcus S, Kashayne BR, Isaiah E, Rosalie M, Daxten R, Miika BL, Easton B, Julianna E, Elaina Y, Hailey W, Bryce L, Nathan D, Cole B, Johann M, Zoey W
December Key Concept: Developing Self Esteem
Self-esteem is enhanced through affirmative language, learning to com-municate thoughts & feelings effectively and taking responsibility for our language & our actions.
Congratulations to the following students who received a Safe and Caring School Award for December:
Olivia D, Gavin Q, Louise P, Lukas J, Andrew T, Jerome S, Hailey S, Kolby K, Jaylynn R, Izabella K, Madison R, Xavier D,
November Key Concept: Developing Self Esteem
Our identities change over time and are a combination of unique characteristics. Striving for competency builds our self esteem and respecting and celebrating our unique identities also helps.
Congratulations to the following students who received a Safe and Caring School Award for November:
Jaxon P, Sara S, Myla M, Jaxon B, Jordynn A, Charity C, Mariah L, Aaron J, Addison M, Haydence S, Xavier A, Emma B, Juliet R, Austyn M, Kat A, Hayley B, Miguel M, Holly W, Gabrielle A, Megan B, Sawyer P
October Key Concept: Building a Safe and Caring Classroom
In Safe and Caring classrooms, we are responsible for our choices, for our actions, and for the consequences of our actions and we have right and responsibilities. Good communication skills and developing good relationships helps build safe and caring classrooms.
Congratulations to the following students who received a Safe and Caring School Award for October:
Della Q, Sky S, Meleana A, Caleb E, Sophia R, Keana H, Jaxon M, Kaylor B, Gian S, Ella TE, Felix M, Makenna J, Matthew F, Noah B, Kael C, Landon Y, DeSean S, Addison J, Alexea A, Grayson M, Sofia T, Elena W, Kiera L, Ryah B, Miika C, Michelle C.
September Key Concept: Building a Safe and Caring Classroom
Some places are safe and caring and some places are NOT. By working together we can form a safe and caring school. In safe and caring schools, we show respect and consideration for others.
Congratulations to the following students who received a Safe and Caring School Award for September:
Jordan Z, Easton S, Caleb E, Parker M, Adalina A, Brian C, Sage G, Sawyer B, Cristobal C, Hudsynn M, Dwane C, Lyric M, Chazz K, Kadyn U, Elizabeth G, Payton H, Ava H, Max O, Kherington B, Nicolas L, Anika T, Ryker Z, Rowdy K, Cohen CB,
This Society provides academic scholarships to high school graduates who completed grade 9 at Sacred Heart School. The scholarships range from $100.00 to over $2600 depending on the student’s end of year average. The scholarships are non-competitive, all students who achieve an honours standing will be eligible for the awards. In the past 10 years we have paid out over $55,000 to 55 students!!
Please join our Society and help support the students of Sacred Heart School. To attend the meeting you must pay a $5.00 membership fee. We are a registered Charity so anyone who makes a donation to us will be given a tax-deductible receipt.
For more information please contact Janice Bilyk.