Welcome to the US Student Life announcements and news blog interface, which is also an extension of the US Mulgrave eFolio: TheMulgraveCitizen @ https://pln.mulgrave.com/mulgravecitizen

This site is home to all your news and alerts about student happenings, resources and opportunities for citizenship, service, CAS and social good throughout the year. You will get an email at the start of each school week with a link to the latest Student Life post. You are also encouraged to sign up for TMC email subscription or TMC RSS feed (to iGoogle or Google Reader, for example). By doing so, you will receive the full text posting in your inbox/reader as soon as it is published, rather than receiving just a link via email. You will also receive any additional alerts about other student life and school happenings. The Mulgrave community can also keep up-to-date on TMC news by following the Mulgrave Twitter account: @MulgraveSchool.

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Find out what’s happening daily on MulgraveNet school calendar. And subscribe to iCal to get the calendar feed right in your Outllook.


G10 PSAT is Wed: Time: 8:30am – 11:30am

SS Advisor Meetings on Wed: Time: 11:15am – 11:45am

G11 Film Studies – Reel Youth Shorts: Time: 12:30pm – 3:00pm

G9 Town Hall Meeting on Wed: Eastern Canada Trip (G9s Only): Location: Linda Hamer Theatre. Time: 3:00pm – 3:30pm

House Competitions this week: Basketball!

G9 Eastern Canada Parent Information Session: Location: Linda Hamer Theatre. Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm

G11-12 Post-Secondary Information Evening: Location: Linda Hamer TheatreTime: 7:00pm – 8:30pm


Click here for the weekly schedule of games. GO TITANS GO!



CO-CURRICULAR CLUBS ARE ON THIS WEEK: Click here for the fall guide. Also check our TMC Mulgrave Clubs page for all the details (coming soon).


MULGRAVE GOES TO FREE THE CHILDREN’S WE DAY ON THURS OCT 13: Mulgrave We Day delegates have a meeting today at 1.00pm in 1022. See Jasmine’s email for more details. Consent forms are overdue. You MUST submit your forms today. Find out why Free the Children are “Shameless Idealists”:


Invisible Children club meeting today in 1039 at 1.10pm. Next week IC will meet Tues (SS) and Wed (MS) in 1022. Contact Flo for details. Check out the clip below for more background on the new protection plan:

The Protection Plan from INVISIBLE CHILDREN on Vimeo.

HEY DAY GIVES G10-12s A CHANCE TO ORGANISE A STUDENT-LED NORTH SHORE VOLUNTEER FAIR: Do you have a passion for volunteering? Do you have qualities that make you a great community leader? Then make sure you apply to be part of YouthVOC, the youth-led organization, sponsored by our MP, John Weston,  that raises awareness about volunteerism in the community. Last year, YouthVOC hosted HEY Day – a day that brought together 13 internationally-respected humanitarian organizations, four renowned speakers and was able to spread volunteerism among youth on the North Shore. This year, we want to make it bigger and better with the new faces of YouthVOC. If you are interested, fill out the application and send it into YouthVOC at the email admin@youthvoc.org. G10-12 Applications are still accepted this week. See your email for details.  Speak to Mr Wilson or  G12s Jake L or Jeff L for more info…



GIRL EMPOWERMENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE. West Point Grey Academy is hosting a unique girl leadership conference in which girls in G11-12 are matched up with mentors. The conference takes place from Nov 19-20th. Two delegates from each ISA school can apply to attend. Registration cost is $125. Contact Mr Wilson if you are interested: Girl Empowerment & Leadership Conference WPGA 2011

Nobel Prize for Peace Historic Honour Shared by Three Women for their Non-Violent Struggles for Women’s Rights, two of whom are from Liberia, Africa, and one from Yemen, a tribute to the Arab Spring Movement. Check it out here.


Poverty and Food Security Conference for Youth: What do we need to know about global food security and poverty? What are some of the solutions the international community should be pursuing and how can one person make a difference? To mark World Food Day and the International Day for the Eradication of poverty, Food for All: A Youth Symposium on Poverty and Food Justice will explore these questions and more. An exciting line-up of speakers delivers short, engaging talks, followed by interactive workshops that link global poverty and food justice issues with local concerns and create an environment to develop plans of action. The daylong event for is geared towards youth 16-30, but anyone with an interest in food security and global poverty is encouraged to attend. The symposium will be held on Saturday, October 15 at UBC. Check-in begins at 8.30am at Hebb Theatre, 2045 East Mall V6T 1Z1. Speak to Mr Wilson if you are interested in attending. Register online here.


REEL YOUTH FILM FESTIVAL & CONTEST: Reel Youth is proud to announce the winners of the 2011-12 Reel Youth Film Festival, determined by audience votes from over 30 communities! We are showcasing all of the winning films in our gallery, which you can check out here. AND we are about to launch the 2011-12 Reel Youth Film Festival tour, with premier screenings at the Vancouver International Film Festival in October. We would love to see you there! Event info can be found here.

SPECIAL MIDDLE SERVICE ACTION COUNCIL MEETINGS ON WED: G7-9 M-SAC meeting on Wednesday at 1.15pm in 2006. Next week, M-SAC meetings return to regular time: Mondays at 1pm in 2006.

Global Hands

MULGRAVE eFOLIO LAUNCHED. Check your emails this week for doc links and blog sign ups.

Red Cross

G10-12s Get Involved in the Red Cross Global Issues Symposium: Registration for the Red Cross Global Issues Symposium for Youth has opened. This is without a doubt one of the best simulation based global education workshops out there for youth. Click here to find out more and get your registration details. You can also find info on the Facebook fan page by searching “Global Issues Symposium for Youth”. Let Mr Wilson know if you are planning on applying. Spots fill up fast so if you are interested you are advised to act quickly.

RANDOM ACTS OF COOKIES CLUB: We want you to know happiness is good for you. Want to join in. Come to our club meeting and engage in good deeds to change the world. Meetings Thus at 1.00pm in 2026. Speak to Ms Mac or Mr Wilson.

NOTE CALENDAR CHANGE: G7-9 M-SAC Retreat (originally listed this week) has been moved to the last week in October. See calendar for details. There has also been some confusion about where we meet. M-SAC meets every Monday where possible in 2006 with Ms Roy in her room.

GEO service learning trips for 2011-12 have been finalised. We are excited to announce a partnership with Free The Children’s Me to We Trips this year, which will include two exciting new service-based programmes in Kenya and China:
1. G7-9 China Me to We (June 2012)
2. G9-11 Costa Rica CATIE (March Break 2012)
3. G10-12 Kenya Me to We (July 2012)

See details posted in Mulgrave news last week: http://www.mulgrave.com/news/detail.aspx?pageaction=ViewSinglePublic&LinkID=3996&ModuleID=126

The GEO Trips Information evening for parents and students has been moved to Wed Oct 19 7.00-8.30pm (next week). Application details will be out soon. Check out the clip below for more details on Me to We Trips:

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