We are running a Mind Over Metal camp for young women ages 15-18, sponsored by the CWB Welding Foundation. Maximum of 20 students is allowed to register from July 23-27. They are set up to provide hands on learning that will engage and promote the building of confidence and self-esteem and giving many youth a reason for continuing on to secondary and post-secondary education. We will have female and male role models to help with the camp and answer any questions the young ladies may have.
The camp is FREE, breakfast and lunch is provided. The camp is from 9am-4pm, Monday to Thursday and then on Friday 9am-1pm or so where we will invite family and friends to come for lunch and see what the young ladies did over the course of the week and to check out the welding shop.
Michelle Lanoie, BSc. IRM Dipl, GIS Cert.
Women in Trades and Technology Program
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Students embraced the warmer weather and celebrated in a way only Phoenix students can….
A beautiful collection of knitted outfits and baby blankets was dropped off for our students. Phoenix staff and students wish to say a huge thank you for your wonderful donation. They are absolutely gorgeous.
St. Andrews once again has come through with a donation to Phoenix Academy. After touring they new facility they took an opportunity to shake hands with Principal Jeff Lynnes and make a generous donation. The money will go to our student cheer fund which is used directly to improve student learning experiences at the school. Our partners in the community are making a difference each and every day and we here at Phoenix Academy wish to give a heart felt thank you. Every little bit helps. Thank you so much again 🙂
This is the St. Andrew’s United Church Outreach Committee from left to right.
James Szwagierczak, Jeff Lynnes, Joyce Sauter, Vivian Meikle and Lynann Pethick
Have a safe and spooky night.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Information Night
Thursday October 19th, 2017 —– 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Want to learn more about Sask Polytech? Join them for an informative evening session at a campus near you.
- Brief overview of Sask Polytechnic
- Diversity of programming and the type of training we provide
- Advantages of a Sask Polytechnic Education
- The admission process
- Services offered to students
- General Tour of the campus
- Specific program instructors may also be present to answer your questions, but due to program commitments, some program areas may not be in attendance.
To register please see Joan Stumborg in her office or call her at 306-694-1289 ext 2123
Click on the Link before on information regarding Pertussis or better known as Whooping Cough.
Pertussis Letter and Information Sheet October 2017
Phoenix is Officially Blessed and Opened with Music
Phoenix Academy unveils its beautiful new location. The staff and students are extremely proud to present this wonderful facility to the community of Moose Jaw and Holy Trinity School Division.
Special thanks to everyone in attendance and to all of those who made this happen. Without your tireless work and dedication to our wonderful students this wouldn’t have happened. This indeed was a special day for our community and for all of the youth in Moose Jaw. We are looking forward to serving Moose Jaw and helping fulfill the goals of our students now and in the future.
Once again thank you so much from our division, staff and students.
Look at some of these beautiful pieces our students have put together.
Of course the picture doesn’t do it justice… we sure love them.
Sometimes all you need is a friend to cheer you up and clearly these little kittens found new friends today. Everyone enjoyed the trip to the Humane Society today.