Information and Updates
Motorcycle and Power Equipment Technician (MOPET) September 2015
If you like working on Motorcycles, Snowmobiles, SeaDoos, ATVs, Mowers, Power Equipment and other Small Engines, consider taking this full day program at the Jackson Campus in Semester 1 next school year. Use the skills you learn in the course to further your career as a Heavy Duty Mechanic or skilled employee in Industry. Students will receive Level 1 Technical Training credit and High School Credits upon successful completion of the course (coursework and Level 1 Exam).

Automotive Service Tech (AST) February 2016
This full day Level 1 Technical Training in Automotive Service Tech, at Sullivan Campus, is the starting point to becoming an Auto Tech (Mechanic). Students learn about Safety, Specialty Tools, Drivelines, Frames, Suspension Systems, Brakes, Wheels / Hubs / Tires, Electrical Systems, Restraint Systems and Scan Tools. Students are placed with an employer for a 1 week work experience activity.

For more information (click here) or to sign up for either of these programs, please see the Career Coordinator at your campus.  

The application deadline is April 24.

Jackson Campus - Mr. Seed

Sullivan Campus - Mr. Quilty
InspirEd Program

This is InspirEd—a new education program at SAS-Jackson campus for grade 9 students, beginning in the 2015-16 school year.  InspirEd is a guided innovative approach to education where students learn how to investigate, problem solve, and think deeply about cross-curricular topics, thereby learning the key concepts in Math, Science, English and Socials.  InspirEd will be taught by teachers who have a passion for personalized learning, promoting inquiry, and fostering the potential in all students.

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Course Selection Presentations for grade 8's and grade 9's take place this week!

Carlin Middle School Presentations to Grade 8's
Tuesday, April 7

Shuswap Middle School Presentations to Grade 8's
Wednesday, April 8

Course Selection Sheets for Students Entering Grade 9
Course Selection for Students Entering Grades 10 (currently 9)
Counsellors will be visiting classrooms to give course selection presentations beginning Friday, April 10.  Online course selection will be available for students in grade 9 beginning Wednesday, April 15.
Shuswap Minor Football
Shuswap Minor Football is beginning to preapre for the 2015 football season.  The season of play is from August until November. There will be a parent meeting at the Little Mountain Field House on Saturday, May 9 starting at 6:30pm.  

Registration Information for Bantam aged students (14-15 year olds)
Where:  Little Mountain Field House
When:  Saturday, May 23
Time: 10am until 1pm
More information:  www.shuswapfootball.com


School Administration
Sullivan Campus
Principal: Mr. R. MacAulay
Vice Principal: Mrs. P. Chudiak

Jackson Campus
Principal: Mr. R. Findlay
Vice Principal: Mr. R. Cadden
School Growth Plan
Purpose Statement: We seek to develop thoughtful, articulate, creative, healthy, and responsible individuals by engaging all learners in the pursuit of their potential.

Goal 1
To Improve the Efficiency of Operations at Salmon Arm Secondary.

Goal 2
To Enhance our Sense of Belonging, Pride and Attachment.

Goal 3
To have Students Engage in Excellent Learning Opportunities.
Download the Growth Plan
PAC Meeting Dates
PAC meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month, including December, March and June.

Thursday, May 14th - 7pm SAS Sullivan Library
More information here
Satisfaction Surveys
BC Ministry of Education

An annual province-wide survey of students in grades 4, 7, 10 and 12, their parents and school staff administered since 2002 in British Columbia public schools
Access to the survey