Tuesday, 19 December 2017

ACS Raiders' Success

Since September, 6 Assumption students participated in the first ever WEC entrepreneurship event. 

In total, over 250 students from the region attended a series of workshops and seminars to help them develop business skills.

The three groups from ACS all advanced to last week's final event at the WECDSB office and presented a "Dragon's Den" style pitch to a panel of judges and audience of nearly 200 people.

The Raider groups did extremely well, with Kegun Morkin placing 4th, Jaggar Ford-Klein & Joseph Mati in 2nd and Brandon Defausses, Anda Silvestru and Diana Silvestru earning FIRST PLACE honours. 

The three groups also won a total of $7500 to help further grow their brands. 

The event was televised and local cable and the Raiders made a huge impression.
WEC Competition Broadcast

Big thanks to Mr. Bracken for his guidance, Mrs. Bentley for her ongoing support and leadership in the project, the teachers who supported these students as well and all who voted in the online video component of the event. 







Monday, 4 December 2017

ACS Model United Nations Team

The ACS Model United Nations team returned from Lansing Michigan over the weekend after another successful conference. A special congratulations goes out to Deep Sandhu for representing Bulgaria in the European Union. Deep received highest honours in her council working on creating a Common European Asylum System and addressing the regulation of Artificial Intelligence.

Congratulations also goes out to the following students for receiving second honours in their respective councils:

Mirna Eshaya for representing Ireland in the European Union.
Evan Tanovich for representing Japan in the Security Council.

A notable mention goes out to Aleczia Habash and Suzie Sawicki for their excellent preparation and negotiation tackling the nuclear crisis in DPRK and the situation in Myanmar.

The team looks forward to their next conference at the University of Windsor in May.




Thursday, 9 November 2017

NOW OPEN 2018-19 Minister's Student Advisory Council (MSAC) Applications







2018-19 applications are open!
Minister's Student Advisory Council

Students in grades 7 – 12 at publicly funded schools are eligible to apply.

The application form is available at ontario.ca/speakup.

The Minister's Student Advisory Council (MSAC) is a group of approximately 60 students who come from publicly funded schools across Ontario.

Members share their ideas and advice with the Minister of Education on a variety of topics about our publicly funded education system.

The council celebrates student diversity and seeks all perspectives and experiences.

Tell your students about our Facebook page where they can
see what other students say about their MSAC experience.

Deadline: January 10, 2018, by midnight EST