French Immersion

Information Gathering Meeting in regards to the French Immersion Program

There will be a meeting held on Monday, April 18th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the library of Hazelton Secondary School.
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The purpose of this meeting is to gather information from the community about the French Immersion Program, specifically from grades 10 to 12.
The French Immersion Advisory committee is looking for feedback from the community.
The meeting is open to all community members and there will be information about the program, what other districts are doing with their French Immersion program, and some questions to consider.

Maxine Champion
Coordinator-French Immersion Program

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An Evening at School

Even though it’s after school hours, our school is still a busy place; it gets used for a myriad of things.
Band practice, drama (we’ll keep you up to date on that…), competitions in the weekends and lots of sports during the week.

On Monday and Wednesday evening it is time for Community Volleyball, with our own Monsieur Melanson as coach.
A varying group of youngsters, consisting of students, graduates and anybody else who is interested, play dynamic and compelling volleyball from 8 until 9.30 pm.
But mostly their not done till 10 pm….

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Courses

Course Selection will be starting for our students the week of February 8th and will wrap up during the week of March 14th .
Please take some time to look at our Course Catalogue and go through the course selections with your child.

Hazelton Secondary Course Booklet

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s courses, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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When technology fails us…

Our phone lines are down at the moment.
If you are trying to get through to us and you’re not succeeding, the problem is at our end of the line, literary.

phoneOur apologies for any inconveniences.

We are working on getting it resolved as soon as possible.

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Lunch at HSS

Besides our cafeteria where we can get yummy lunches every day, we have also have Ms.Janze and her Intro to Foods 12 Class serving us scrumptious dishes every couple of weeks.

This week we could order East Indian Food, made by the culinary students & guest chef Heather Muir: Butter Chicken, Samosas, Dahl, Rice, Chipatti, Chutney, and home made Chai…the school smelled great for days and the result was great!
Thanks to Mrs. Heather Muir, Ms. Janze and all the students of Foods Class for making this great meal!
We can’t wait for the next time…

Emily and Clorise

Emily and Clorise

Teara preparing Chai

Teara preparing Chai

Clorise

Clorise

Kyle, Keenan and Joseph taking a breather for a picture. Thanks boys!

Kyle, Keenan and Joseph taking a breather for a picture. Thanks boys!

Scrumptious food

Scrumptious food

Thomas making Chipatti's

Thomas making Chipatti’s

Chai!

Chai!

The final result...it tasted so good!

The final result…it tasted so good!

Richard and Thomas packing the plates for take-out

Richard and Thomas packing the plates for take-out

Abigail and Corey making more Chai

Abigail and Corey making more Chai

It's not even lunch yet and people are lining up in the hall way to pick up their take out!

It’s not even lunch yet and people are lining up in the hall way to pick up their take out!

Mrs. Heather Muir and Mrs. Janze

Mrs. Heather Muir and Ms. Janze

Intro to Foods Class 12

Intro to Foods Class 12

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