Monday, October 27, 2014

Congrats JV Girls Volleyball Team!

 In tournament play Saturday the girls made it to the finals but lost the best out of 3 in 3 to U of W. So - second place finalists. If you see the girls please give them a pat on the back.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Stevenson Mentorship Program

The Stevenson Mentorship Program kicked off recently! The student mentors from SJCI paired up with their buddies from Stevenson Brittannia and completed a Facebook style get to know you activity. It was a great start to the program and we're all looking forward to a good year together! 




Bike Helmet Program



Friday, October 10, 2014

Way to go Zachary


We are proud of our grade 11 student Zachary S. who volunteers at Siloam Mission regularly and is in in this video using ASL.

Fall Undergrad Awards!


Congratulations to the many students who received awards & recognition last night at our annual Fall Undergrad Awards ceremony! We're so proud of our students and their hard and amazing work. 

Our photos from the ceremony are available online for you to view & download. Please only take photos relevant to you (you/your son or daughter). These are for personal use only and shouldn't be shared on other sites & services. 

View/Download photos here

We expect to see many of these and other students picking up awards next year! Keep up the hard work!

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Babysitting Course


Babysitting Course

(Caring for Babies, Toddlers, Preschoolers, School-Aged Children & First-Aid modules)
*Pre-course Requirement: Participants must be 11 years of age or older
Full Course: $49.00 / person + GST (8 hours) November 15th or December 20th, 2014
Unit B – 390 Provencher Blvd. Winnipeg, MB

Full course training takes approx. 7 hours to complete
(e.g. 8:30am - 4:00 pm)
*Babysitter Certification card included
Group Training Also Available! * Minimum 10-person charge * Large groups welcome
* * Train at our facility or yours – Same price!
To register for one of our in-house courses or to set up training at your facility, please contact us at:
Office #: (204) 233-CFAT (2328)
Email: First-Aid@Canadian-Training.ca
For more information, visit our website at: www.Canadian-Training.ca


Helping People Save Lives – Every Day!
Here is what you’ll learn about!
The Babysitting course includes the following modules:
Chapter 1: GETTING STARTED
  1. The Business of Babysitting
  2. Your Role
  3. Rules and Routines
  4. Family’s Expectations
  5. Discussion
Chapter 2: CARING FOR BABIES
  1. Stages for Babies
  2. Holding, Diapers, Dressing, Feeding, Food Find
  3. Sleeping, Crying, Getting Along
  4. Be a Problem Solver
  5. Precaution for Babies
  6. Toys and Games for Babies
  7. Matching Toy with Age
  8. Discussion + Practical Component
Chapter 3: CARING FOR TODDLERS
  1. Stages for Toddlers
  2. Diapers, Dressing, Feeding, Food Find
  3. Sleeping, Getting Along
  4. Be a Problem Solver
  5. Precaution for Toddlers
  6. Toys and Games for Toddlers
  7. Matching Toy with Age
  8. Discussion
Chapter 4: CARING FOR PRESCHOOLERS
  1. Stages for Preschoolers
  2. Feeding, Food Find, Toilet Learning
  3. Dressing, Sleeping, Getting Along
  4. Be a Problem Solver
  5. Precaution for Preschoolers
  6. Toys and Games for Preschoolers
  7. Matching Toy with Age
  8. Discussion
Chapter 5: CARING FOR SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN
  1. Stages for School-Aged Children
  2. Feeding, Food Find, Bedtime
  3. Getting Along, Be a Problem Solver
  4. Precautions for School-Aged Children
  5. Toys and Games for School-Aged Children
  6. Matching Toy with Age
  7. True-or-False Brain Teaser
  8. Summary of Decision-Making Abilities
  9. Discussion
Chapter 6: INJURY IS NO ACCIDENT: CREATING SAFE ENVIRONMENTS
  1. Home Safety
  2. Outdoor Play Safety
  3. Fire Safety
  4. Water Safety
  5. Personal Safety and Security
  6. Rural Babysitting
  7. Safety Search
  8. Discussion
Chapter 7: HOW TO HANDLE EMERGENCIES AND FIRST AID
  1. Handling Emergencies
  2. Preventing Injury and Illness
  3. How to Call for Help
  4. What to Do in an Emergency
  5. Illness, Choking, Bleeding, Sprains, Strains, and
    Fractures
  6. Poison, Burns, Special Health Problems
  7. First Aid Kit Explanation
  8. Discussion + Practical Component
Chapter 8: SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
  1. Appropriate and Inappropriate Touching
  2. Child Abuse and Neglect
3. Discussion
For Your Information:
2 x 15 minute breaks 30 minute lunch break
*Light afternoon snack provided! *Please bring lunch!
*Please note, we are a nut AND peanut-free environment
Hi Parents! Interested in upgrading your training?
Take the 1 day training to be certified in Emergency Child
Care First-Aid w/ CPR Level B & AED for only $89.00 Cover the following modules:
  • Adult, Child & Infant:
  • Choking
  • CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation)
  • Cuts, Scrapes, Bleeds, Wound Care
  • Medical Conditions: Fainting, Seizures,
    How to Use Epipens®
  • And much more!


Meet Our SRO!

Hello to All!

My name is Sue Zuk-Boyer, and I am the Winnipeg Police Service School Resource Officer for St James Collegiate this year.  The students and staff call me Cst. Sue.   I have been with the City of Winnipeg Police for over 28 years and an officer for 24 years.  This is my second year in the St James School Division and I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you a bit about our unit and program.

The School Resource Unit began over 10 years ago in the Winnipeg 1 School Division. It is jointly funded by the school division, the Province and the Winnipeg Police Service. Since its inception, the unit has grown to 13 constables, 1 patrol sergeant and 1 Sergeant. The 13 officers are responsible for approximately 133 schools within 3 divisions, those being Pembina Trails, Winnipeg and St. James. School Resource Officers (SRO’s) act as liaisons between the school divisions and the Winnipeg Police Service, and assist with many aspects of the daily functioning of the school.
The main duty of an SRO is to foster good relationships between the schools, public and police service. SRO’s can act as role models to the students and assist them in making positive choices to affect their future. An SRO needs to be approachable for the students so they feel comfortable coming forward and disclosing any dangerous activities that may be affecting the well-being of the students while at school.

An SRO can be called upon to offer legal direction to the school to deal with certain situations. While some situations may be serious, they may not necessarily be illegal, therefore SRO’s can offer direction as to how to handle the situation or assist with mediation. SRO’s can take reports from the school regarding property damage or thefts or assist with major reports that can be forwarded to the respective division for further investigation. SRO’s can also assist administrators with dealing with ongoing issues in the school in attempt to rectify them.

SRO’s can also affect arrests if necessary when dealing with students who have broken the law and need to be accountable through the justice system.

If at any time during the school year you may wish to contact me, please feel free to leave your name,number or email with the office staff and I will contact you,

I look forward to spending another year with the students at St James Collegiate!

Sincerely,


Cst. Sue

Monday, October 06, 2014

Tournament Win!


Our Junior Varsity Boys Volleyball Team won their tournament last weekend in Gimli! How awesome is that!