This Movember, team AN Myer is raising funds for men's health and mental health. Our staff would like to encouraged you to show their support either by growing a stache, making a donation, and/or talking to the men in your lives about the importance of taking care of their physical and mental well-being. If you would like to make a donation and support the ANM Staff who are taking this initiative, you can visit the following website:
Together, we raised just over $1000 last year. This year, we hope to exceed this amount.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a Mo Bro or a Mo Sista, Movember is for everyone. We're supporting the Movember Foundation because they’re tackling some of the most significant health issues faced by men.
For instance, Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men worldwide, and the Movember Foundation is working to halve the number of deaths from prostate cancer by 2030. We want to help them get there.
Likewise, we're supporting the Movember Foundation because 510,000 men die from suicide each year. That's one every minute. The Movember Foundation is funding research and services to help men and boys stay mentally healthy.
Learn more about the important work and impact the
Movember Foundation is having.
SHSM (Specialist High Skills Major)
After 5 months of work, MyerArts SHSM kids delivered"Diva" to the Niagara International Marathon. Meant to symbolize transformation and metamorphoses, our Butterfly Mile-Marker was installed at Switch Road and the Niagara Parkway on Sunday, October 20th. This incredible project was possible through a materials grant and a LOT of hard work from students and staff alike.
Well done, Mr. Fernandez and crew!
Myer Marauders - Consulation Champs!
Your Senior Girls Basketball team placed third out of 16 teams in the BPSN Basketball Invitational Tournament played here in the Niagara Area. The girls finished strong with a 4-1 record for the tournament.
2019 Camp Myer
10 YEARS TOGETHER!
Camp Myer celebrates it's ten year anniversary of the event.
Students come together at Camp Medeba (Outdoor Experiential Learning Centre) to learn the importance of: Respect, Inspire, Courage and Community!