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Events

Image result for eventsSt. Stephen has a strong school spirit. Students participate in many aspects of school life, and share a sense of community. We have a reputation of being an outstanding school with events and activities that allow students to shine and reveal their strengths and talents.

Assemblies

School assemblies bring students and staff today to celebrate successes and discuss important school issues.    See our assembly day timetable.

Dances

Dances occur four to five times a year. We host a dance for Grade nine students, and additional dances to celebrate Halloween, Christmas, Valentine's Day, and one in the spring. As part of our school's
Code of Conduct, students are expected to:

  • Help make dances positive social experiences.
  • Be in regular attendance on the day of the dance.
  • Arrive no later than 8:30 p.m. and be prepared to leave at 10:00 p.m.
  • Not leave and return to any dance.
  • Comply with all school rules i.e. consumption of alcohol and/or use of drugs are not tolerated

Students are not permitted to attend a dance if they were not present in school on the day of the dance. Students under the influence of drugs or alcohol may be subject to charges by the police and parents/guardians will be contacted. Students under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be suspended from school and will lose dance privileges for one calendar year. This also applies to the graduation, prom, and dances at other secondary schools.

Graduation

Graduation is Thursday, June 28th, 2018
Students must arrive at 5:00 p.m.
Graduation Starts at 6:00 p.m. 
4 Guests per Graduate

        Graduation Forms:

Student Grad Meeting: Monday, October 31st, 2017 @ Period 2

Graduation Photos:

Please note that grad photos are taking place from

January 9th to January 19th, 2018 at St. Stephen.

Graduation Photo Retakes are February 27th, 2018.

All Graduates should have a photo taken for the composite.

Book your appointments online information & fee options 2018 - Session Fee Option Sheet Link

  1. visit www.bookmygrad.ca
  2. Enter in the three-letter school code (KSS)
  3. Select sitting type, date and time.

Tuesday, May 29th, 2018 - Grad Retreat @ Ganaraska Forest

Monday, June 11th, 2018 - Grad Rehearsal Period 5 in the Gym (1:10 - 2:20) ABSOLUTELY BE THERE !

Prom 2017

Theme: TBA
Date: Friday June 8, 2018
Time: 6:00 pm-11:00 pm
Location: Tosca Banquet Hall

Cost $85.00 per person
Ticket price includes venue, plated meal, security, unlimited non-alcoholic beverages, decorations, 5x7 picture, music, and prom gift.
Prom tickets must be paid using "School Cash Online".

 *Prom Information Sheet 2018

 *Guest Pass Application Form 2018  (Students attending another secondary school)

 *Senior Prom Agreement 2018

 *Prom 2018 Table Signup Sheet

Prom Night Safety Tips for Parents/Guardians:

  • Make sure that your child has a plan for the evening and that you know the plan. 
  • Ensure your child knows where to reach you in case of emergency. 
  • Ensure he/she has cab fare and /or knows you are available to pick them up at any time.
  • Know “hot spot” destinations, including any after-parties your child might attend. 
  • Take stock of the alcohol in your home. 
  • Know who is driving. If it’s a limo, check its policy on allowing alcohol in the vehicle. 
  • Discuss school prom rules (see student agenda book) with your child and the consequences of violations. 
  • Encourage seat-belt use. 
  • Do not rent hotel rooms for prom-goers. 
  • Communicate with other parents/guardians and school officials. Stay up until your prom-goer returns home.

Students

  • You risk being denied access or being sent home if you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol. School consequences apply and charges may be laid.
  • Do yourselves and friends a favour: if a driver is intoxicated, take his/her keys. Don't let them drive themselves or others.

Parents

  • Be aware of pre/post formal parties, location, supervision, and transportation plans.
  • Consider providing cab vouchers/phone cards for safe arrival/emergencies.
  • Be aware of liability issues if you serve/condone the consumption of alcohol. You could be held liable for any injuries or damage caused by or sustained by an impaired guest, even after they leave.

Students and their parents might consider getting and signing a Call Me Contract, sponsored by Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving (OSAID), available at the Health Unit.

We hope these reminders will assist in everyone having a safe and enjoyable senior formal.

For additional information on our school's events and activities, visit our Calendar.