Interested in helping fellow SDSS graduate Andrea Isabel build homes for the less fortunate? Keep reading! She will be embarking on her 4 week journey of a lifetime to Ecuador on August 4th and is currently raising money to help buy supplies for the construction of these homes. She will be volunteering in Pujili, Ecuador. The goal for her volunteer team is to build homes for 22 unprivileged families living in this village. While she is there she will become part of the community and will be working alongside these families to help reach their goal of bettering 22 families lives with their hard work and compassion. Whether it be $2 or $100, every penny counts! All funds go to this great cause, so please give what you can. I am so excited for her to embark on this wonderful opportunity. She will be changing lives and in turn have her life changed. If you are at all interested in this please check out http://www.gofundme.com/Andrea-Ecuador2014 and donate anything you can. She will also be doing a freezie sale this Friday May 30th at lunch most likely outside the caf but if not, outside the Link room! Minimum donation of $2! Check it out!
After last year's not so popular Splashdown Honours Awards Recognition event, administration decided to change things up by replacing it with a dance. Eligible students, students who have received either G-Club, Honour Roll, Principal's List, a Service Recognition Award or a Fine Arts Awards certificate, can come to the school Thursday, June 5th from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm for a school dance with the same DJ as the Grad's Christmas Formal! In order to attend this event, you must RSVP during the week of May 26th to 30th. Wristbands will let you into the dance while your free ticket will include a snack at the concession. There are over 600 students eligible to attend.
South Delta Secondary's 40th Anniversary Carnival was held last Saturday, May 10th from 1 pm - 3 pm. Booths were set up from the Equinox Theatre; selling tickets, the Rotary Club; providing information about the Ampitheatre project and Link Leadership; inviting children to participate in activities. Rotary Club, alongside Link Leadership and other student volunteers, also ran the barbeque which included hot dogs, cotton candy, popcorn, chips and pop. The event attracted many different ages amongst the community with alumni walking down memory lane while their children discovered the school for the first time.
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