Sundre High School Students News en-us Fri, 15 Dec 2017 04:47:33 MST Breeze for Teachers 5.0 http://www.sundrehigh.ca SHS Student Heading to Nunavut in October! Congratulations to SHS student Keyanna St. Dennis for being selected for the Arctic Youth Ambassador program in Iqaluit Nunavut October 25-29 2017. This opportunity was born from Keyanna's work with the Sundre High Leo club, which provided her with the skills and experiences to successfully compete in the application process. Congratulations again Keyanna! http://www.sundrehigh.ca/view.php?action=object&id=69539&stream=Students News http://www.sundrehigh.ca/view.php?action=object&id=69539&stream=Students News The SHS/SLC Fall Newsletter is now available! The Fall 2017 newsletter can be found here. http://www.sundrehigh.ca/view.php?action=object&id=69247&stream=Students News http://www.sundrehigh.ca/view.php?action=object&id=69247&stream=Students News Amazing Nutrition for Learning Video! http://www.sundrehigh.ca/view.php?action=object&id=69159&stream=Students News http://www.sundrehigh.ca/view.php?action=object&id=69159&stream=Students News Another BP A+ for Energy grant awarded to SHS! Congratulations to Ryan Beck on receiving another BP A+ for Energy grant totaling $9500. Mr. Beck and a group of grade 9-11 Sundre High students have been meeting since September 2016 with a goal of conducting scientific research. Their proposal for a novel experiment has been accepted by the Canadian Light Source Synchrotron at the University of Saskatchewan. They have been awarded Beamtime (an opportunity for scientists that is akin to hockey players making the NHL) for December 15th to 18th 2017. Students will spend the next 8 months working with actual research scientists from around the world to prepare for and maximize this opportunity, with a goal of making a genuine contribution to science. Their current plan is to study osteoporosis in polar bears, however, they expect their plan to evolve over time as they continue to learn and work with research scientists on the project. This grant will go towards subsidizing the costs of this trip for students. Congratulations Mr. Beck! http://www.sundrehigh.ca/view.php?action=object&id=62941&stream=Students News http://www.sundrehigh.ca/view.php?action=object&id=62941&stream=Students News Amazing Opportunity For SHS Students at the U of S A group of grade 9-11 Sundre High School students and teacher Ryan Beck have been meeting since September 2016 with a goal of conducting genuine science at a real research facility. Their proposal for a novel experiment has been accepted by the Canadian Light Source Synchrotron at the University of Saskatchewan. They have been awarded Beamtime (an opportunity for scientists that is akin to hockey players making the NHL) for December 15th to 18th, 2017. Students will be spending the next 8 months working with actual research scientists from around the world to prepare for and maximize this opportunity, with a goal of making a genuine contribution to science. Their current plan is to study osteoporosis in polar bears, though they expect their plan to evolve over time as they continue to learn and work with research scientists on this project. http://www.sundrehigh.ca/view.php?action=object&id=60437&stream=Students News http://www.sundrehigh.ca/view.php?action=object&id=60437&stream=Students News