Make the most of your March Break. Visit Lambton College for a campus tour. See our campus, student services, labs and much more. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and to see what college life is all about. Tours will be held during the week of March 12-16, from Monday-Friday with tour times at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm each day. Tours begin at the front entrance of the college and students may drop-in or book their tour in advance.
|Key Club||Key club is meeting today at 11:10 in room 210. Looking forward to seeing everyone out.|
|Pasta Dinner for Rugby Teams||Tonight the boys rugby teams are hosting a pasta dinner at the Dante Club between 5-7pm. Cost is $15 tickets can be purchased at the door or from a player or coach. Proceeds go to our trip to New Brunswick.|
|Jr. Boys Hockey||There will be a brief meeting today at the start of lunch for all grade 9 and 10 boys interested in playing hockey for GLSS this spring in room 310.|
|International Women's Day||Feminism is simply about equality-equality for women, men and people of all gender identities. Achieving gender equality means that everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential. |
This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is #MyFeminism, inspired by the role feminism continues to play in shaping Canada and countries around the world.
From the early suffragettes to activists of today, #MyFeminism celebrates feminists who inspire others through their determination to make a difference. They are the activists, advocates, and allies who continue to lead the way towards positive change.
This year, let’s celebrate the feminist heroes who have helped pave the way toward equality. Add your voice to the conversation and tell us what feminism means to you using the hashtag #MyFeminism.
|Wrestling||Well the Wolfpack wrestling team is back from OFSAA and the coaches are very proud to announce this has been the most successful season for a Sarnia team in decades. Great Lakes qualified 9 wrestlers for the Ontario finals, and all 9 finished in the top 10. All of our Wolfpack wrestlers were undefeated after round 1, and when the dust settled after day 2 the results were: Kayla Hunt- 9th, Lauren Ellenor- 9th , Adam Vanderslagt- 9th. Brock Anderson- 7th, Shailah Allen- 7th, Quinn Jennings- 6th, Nathan Angle- 5th, |
Gavin White-eye- 4th, Silas Allen- 4th
There were 195 school participating at OFSAA. Great Lakes finished 7th for the boys title and 10th overall in the team championship. All of our Wolfpack Wrestlers represented Great Lakes with sportsmanship, skill and class. We are one of the very best high schools in the province for the sport of wrestling and that is because of the leadership and guidance of coach Clarke. If you can work hard and dedicate yourself; coach Clarke can make you a champion. Wolfpack wrestling is a family and our coaching staff could not be prouder of the athletes we worked with this season. A very big thank you goes out to our volunteer coaches Mr. Vanderslagt, Mr. Allen and Mr. Hunt. We are always looking for new wrestlers so if you are interested please speak to coach Clarke or Mr. Bedard.