SKHS In The News


Bags-of-Promise students
Student-led organization contributes to local youth shelter Health Studies student Celina Lovisotto (pictured top right) is the co-founder of the nonprofit organization Bags of Promise. “Reflecting on the challenges young homelessness individuals encounter on a daily basis, we identified a need for the community to come together and help anyway we can,” Lovisotto says. “Homelessness...
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Washington Football Logo
In the Washington Post, “Washington football is using the military as a deodorant, and the whole thing stinks” Featuring: Dr. Samantha King
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Classroom Champion for Mental Health Infographic
Classroom Champions for Mental Health  Featuring: Dr. Mary Rita Holland, Megan McAllister, Madison Robertson & Dr. Stevenson Fergus
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Image of two hockey sticks surrounding one puck, with two skates on the ice - like in a face-off in hockey
Do small towns produce the biggest athletic talent? Featuring: Dr. Jean Côté
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KinSync Case Study Team
SKHS’s KinSync Team win 1st place in the Canadian Kinesiology Conference Case Study challenge
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Photo of 6 hands taking food from four open cardboard boxes - the photo is taken in a bird's eye view
Elaine Power: “Food drives are not the answer to poverty and food insecurity”
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Photo of current Olympian Julie-Anne Staehli running through a marsh
Current Olympian and SKHS alumnus Julie-Anne Staehli slows down to catch up with ‘The Journal’
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Photo of a man playing powerchair sport
Dr. Jordan Herbison and Dr. Amy Latimer-Cheung “After the Paralympics: New initiative to get more Canadians involved in power wheelchair sports”
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Headshot of Chris McGlory and Jessica Selinger
Supporting Big Research Ideas: Chris McGlory and Jessica Selinger receive NSERC Discovery Grants
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