|Art Club||Caitlin Burke & Hilary Longtin|
|Code Club||Sandra Theobald|
|Dungeons and Dragons||Gabrielle Gauthier|
|Girls Who Game||Sandra Theobald|
|Math Tutoring Centre for Grades 7 & 8||Sandra Theobald|
|Nutrition Program||Sandra Theobald|
|Study Hall||Sandra Theobald|
|The Art Club meets every Friday in room 208.|
|Every Friday 10:40 - 11:30 Room 206|
|Every Thursday 10:40 - 11:30 Room 226|
|DUNGEONS & DRAGONS|
|Every Tuesday 10:40 - 11:30 Room 226|
|GIRLS WHO GAME|
|Every Monday & Wednesday 10:40 - 11:30 Room 226|
|MATH TUTORING CENTRE FOR STUDENTS IN GRADES 7 & 8|
|The Math Tutoring Centre runs Tuesday, at lunch recess, in the Learning Commons. High School Math students are available to help grade 7/8 students with their math work.|
|Every Tuesday 10:40 - 11:30 Room 212 Start Date TBA|
|First Meeting TBA|
|Study Hall takes place in room 228 from 10:40-11:30 on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays each week. Class computers are available if needed.|
|Every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:40 - 11:30 Room 228|
ST. JOHN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
|The St. John High School Nutrition Program is run by an enthusiastic group of staff, students, and community volunteers. In partnership with “Food For Thought,” this program provides healthy Breakfast, Snack and Lunch options for our students. All students are welcome to participate, free of charge in the Nutrition Program|
|In addition to providing healthy food choices the Nutrition Program also helps students to develop Healthy Eating habits through Nutrition Education in the classroom. Outside the classroom, students are encouraged to participate in a variety of programs and activities including helping with the daily operations of the Nutrition program, and food preparation.|
The breakfast program operates daily out of the High School and Intermediate Student Resource Rooms from 8:03-8:45. Breakfast includes whole wheat bagels, muffins, milk, juice, cereal, fruit, and yogurt.
Brown-bag lunches are available for students who require a lunch. Lunch items include whole wheat cheese sandwiches, fruit cups, and yogurt.
The Snack Program consists of healthy food items which include apples, oranges, cereal, fruit cups, yogurt, cheese, and carrots.
For more information please contact Mrs. McKinnon or Mrs. Theobald
Students in grade seven cooked up healthy food choices (Black Bean Brownies and Lentil Soup) with the help of the Metro Green Apple Grant. The goal of the Green Apple School Program is to encourage Ontario students to adopt healthy eating habits by participating in a project that will have a positive impact on their home, school, or community.