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March Newsletter

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Blue & Gold Society

Blue & Gold School Society

Blue & Gold School Society

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Click Here to download a PDF version of the Application

RYSE--Resilient Youth in Stressed Environments Survey

Drayton Valley students have been invited to participate in the RYSE survey.  Permission slips went home last week and today.  The surveys will be done in Tutorial block on Tuesday and Wednesday this week (Feb 13 and 14).

The survey is open to students grade 9-12 and seeks to learn more about youth in communities that are oil and gas industry based.  Three communities are being studied by Dalhousie University--Drayton Valley, Cambridge Bay in Nunavut and Secunda in South Africa.  The survey has two parts--a paper survey and a hair sample. Students can participate in both or just the paper survey.  Students receive a $25 gift card for particpating in the paper survey and another $25 card for providing a hair sample.  Participation is completely voluntary.

The hair sample is to measure levels of cortisol or stress horomone.

Click here to find out more about the study

Click here to see a video about the hair sample procedure.

If you have any questions before signing the permission slip, please contact Dr. Roisin Seifert, Research Site Lead at

The survey has been approved by WRSD and FMHS admin.

Students Union DFS Fundraiser

Click Here to see the huge variety of items for sale to support our Students Union.

Field Trip Opportunity

This field trip is open to ALL FMHS students.  Any student interested in attending is encouraged to see Mr. Wheeler or Mrs. Cartwright for more information.



Children of God

Ancient Traditions. Contemporary Realities. An Indigenous Musical. 

This haunting tale of two siblings taken away to a residential school is a story of redemption: for a mother who was never let past the school's gate, and her kids, who never knew she came. Children of God is a thrilling blend of ancient traditions and contemporary realities, honouring the resilience and power of the Indigenous peoples of Canada.

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