Wednesday, Oct. 18 2017

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Welcome to Guest Staff: Katie Hicken, Kenneth Nicolle, April Ennis

Highlights for Today:
• Social Justice and Diversity Club will meet today at 12:00 noon in Room 210, Mr. Munn’s room.
• Cafeteria – Turkey Dinner with all the trimmings!
• Congratulations to the MRHS cross country team who represented our school very well at the provincial meet yesterday at Charlottetown Rural.
In the senior women’s division Grace Gormley placed 8th overall.
In the senior men’s division Owen MacNeill placed 9th overall
In the juvenile women’s division Simran Kaur placed 14th overall.

Waste Reduction Week – Save for PLAY! Achieve two eco-friendly initiatives in one – upcycle waste and enrich outdoor play! Think PLAY before you throw away
Join us to collect items for child-led outdoor play during Waste Reduction Week, October 16 – 22. You can collect “loose parts” (cardboard, fabric, rope and simple household items) to have your own play day at school or in your community.

Grade 12 Students:
• Any Grade 12 students planning on going to the UPEI Open House on Friday must register online and see Ms. Victor for a transcript.

Athletics:
• Women’s Soccer practice today at 3:30pm.
• Men’s Soccer at Bluefield today at 4:30pm. Bus leaves at 3:00pm.
• Men’s and Women’s AAA Volleyball host Westisle today at 6:30pm.
• Women’s AAA Volleyball team travels to KISH on Monday. Bus will be leaving at 3:30pm.
• Women’s Field Hockey semi’s and quarterfinals for Men’s and Women’s Soccer are being held on Monday. Athletes should be prepared to travel!

Upcoming Events:
• Photo retakes are Monday, October 23, during the afternoon. Students should remember your original package if you had a photo done.
• Clothing Drive: Student Council is helping the Diabetes Association with a clothing drive. Please bring in any used clothes or shoes to your homeroom before Monday, October 23.
• Octoberfest Week Activities:
o Wednesday, Oct.25: Viking Pride Day (wear red and black)
o Thursday, Oct.26: Twin Day and Haunted Hallways (6:30 – 8:30)
o Friday, Oct. 27: Pancake Breakfast and PJ Day
o Monday, Oct. 30: Monochromatic Monday (wear all the same colour)
o Tuesday, Oct. 31: Costume Day
• Holland College: For those students interested in going to Holland College: Online registration is open for their upcoming Campus Tour Day, happening on Saturday, November 4th. You can find out more information at http://www.hollandcollege.com/campus-tour-day/.
• Culinary Meals are scheduled for the following dates: Friday, October 27; Thursday, November 2; Friday, November 10; Thursday, November 16; Friday, November 24, and Thursday, November 30.

 

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Tuesday, Oct. 16 2017

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday to: Damien Collings and Nicolle MacLean

Welcome to Guest Staff: Trisha Harris, Dawn Martell, Mindy Johnston, JD Farrell & Nicole Butler

Highlights for Today:
• Mr. Trainor’s Oceanography Class is reminded to return their permission forms today for their trip today. Also bring warm clothes tomorrow & a lunch. Students are to meet in the lobby at 10:28.
• Picture Orders: Students are reminded that pictures orders are due to homeroom teachers today, Tuesday, Oct 17th by first break. Teachers please send down envelope with any original orders tomorrow after reading period to the library.
• Photo retakes are Monday, Oct. 23rd in the afternoon.
• Jai Metawabin & Kaydence Blaisdell please see Mrs. Killeen at 1st break today.
• Women’s basketball practice 5-6:30 today.
• Cafeteria – Chicken Fajita, Nacho Bar, Chicken Snack Wrap
• There will be block meetings today for all peer helpers
• Women’s Soccer practice today at 3:30.

 

Upcoming Events:

• Women’s Soccer practice schedule: Practice Wed.- 3:30
• Clothing Drive: Student Council is helping the Diabetes Association with a clothing drive. Please bring in any used clothes or shoes to your homeroom before Monday, October 23.
• Octoberfest Week Activities:
o Wednesday, Oct.25: Viking Pride Day (wear red and black)
o Thursday, Oct.26: Twin Day and Haunted Hallways (6:30 – 8:30)
o Friday, Oct. 27: Pancake Breakfast and PJ Day
o Monday, Oct. 30: Monochromatic Monday (wear all the same colour)
o Tuesday, Oct. 31: Costume Day
• Holland College: For those students interested in going to Holland College: Online registration has opened this morning for their upcoming Campus Tour Day, happening on Saturday, November 4th. You can find out more information at http://www.hollandcollege.com/campus-tour-day/.
• Culinary Meals are scheduled for the following dates:
Friday, Oct. 27; Thursday, Nov. 2; Friday Nov. 10; Thursday, Nov. 16; Friday, Nov. 24 &
Thursday, Nov. 30.

 

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Monday, Oct. 16th

It’s a “D-C” Day!

 Happy Belated Birthday Wishes to: Kelly Clements, William Wheeler, Luke Dorsey, Jori Livingstone, Isaac MacNeill and Isaac McGuirk who celebrated on the weekend.                                                            

Welcome to Guest Staff:  Trisha Harris, Faith Harrison, Jared Cheverie, Hailey Batchilder, Mindy Johnston and Nicole Butler 

Highlights for Today:   

  • Chrome books are missing from the cart in the Library! Please return asap!
  • Congratulations to the student relay team who ran an excellent race yesterday placing 12th out of 47 teams in the PEI Marathon.  Members of the team where Darian Rice, Caitlin McKenna, Hunter Wight, Zac Arsenault, Katelyn Visser, Chloe Murphy, Allison Vandaele and Micah MacDonald.  The Vikings were also well represented by the staff team who finished 30th overall.  Well done to all involved and a huge thanks goes out to the student team for waiting at the finish to cheer on the teachers as they crossed the line.
  • Nabuurs’ PE classes will meet in the classroom today.
  • Trainor’s Oceanography Class is reminded to return their permission forms today for their trip tomorrow. Also bring warm clothes tomorrow & a lunch.
  • 2018 Grad class photo will be taken today, Monday October 16th during B block. (weather permitting)  Students will go to B block for attendance then load the busses.  Students will be returning to B block class after the photo.
  • Student Council members are reminded to have your SPC card money on Monday for your meeting at lunch.
  • Picture Orders: Students are reminded that pictures orders are due to homeroom teachers tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct 17th by first break.  If you are doing a retake, please hang onto your picture packet.
  • SADD meeting (short) in library first break Monday, October 16th.
  • Cafeteria – Hot Chicken on a Bun, Burger Bar, Gilled Ham & Cheese 

Today Sports:

Men’s & Women’s AAA Volleyball @ Colonel Gray this evening @ 5PM, bus will leave at 3 PM.

Women’s Field Hockey @ Colonel Gray today @ 3:40 PM.  The team will be leaving school early.

Women’s A Volleyball hosting Francois Buote today @ 4:30 PM.

Upcoming Events: 

  • Women’s Soccer practice schedule: No practice Monday, Tue.-3:30, Wed.- 3:30
  • Cross Country students are reminded of your Provincial Meet on Tuesday, October 17.  Race start times are the same as the qualifier meet.  If you ordered a shirt, please remember to pay Mr. MacDonald.
  • Clothing Drive: Student Council is helping the Diabetes Association with a clothing drive. Please bring in any used clothes or shoes to your homeroom before Monday, October 23.
  • Octoberfest Week Activities:
    • Wednesday, Oct.25: Viking Pride Day (wear red and black)
    • Thursday, Oct.26: Twin Day and Haunted Hallways (6:30 – 8:30)
    • Friday, Oct. 27: Pancake Breakfast and PJ Day
    • Monday, Oct. 30: Monochromatic Monday (wear all the same colour)
    • Tuesday, Oct. 31: Costume Day
  • Holland College: For those students interested in going to Holland College: Online registration has opened this morning for their upcoming Campus Tour Day, happening on Saturday, November 4th. You can find out more information at http://www.hollandcollege.com/campus-tour-day/.

 

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Friday, October 13 2017

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Welcome to Guest Staff: Wanda Cheverie, Morgan Hennessey, Mindy Johnston, Jared Cheverie, Robin Dickieson, Hailey Batchilder & Kenneth Nicolle

Highlights for Today:
• Chrome books are missing from the cart in the Library! Please return asap!
• PEI Marathon student relay team will meet today at 12:10 pm in room 141.
• 2018 Grad class photo will be taken on Monday October 16th during B block. (weather permitting) Students will go to B block for attendance then load the busses. Students will be returning to B block class after the photo.
• The Fitness Centre is closed today after school.
• Student Council members are reminded to have your SPC card money on Monday for your meeting at lunch.
• Colouring Circle starts today at lunch in Library Seminar Room 106. Bring your own supplies or use ones provided. Feel free to bring your lunch and a friend just to chill and colour!
• Youth Parliament: Any students interested in politics and the working of our provincial legislature should have spoken to Mr. Munn this week. Students representing all Island high schools will be holding a mock parliament on October 13, and November 24-25.
• SPC cards (Student Price Cards) are being sold for $10 by all Student Council members or in Room 139 from Ms. Beaton. Check out the SPC website for all the deals and discounts.
• Cafeteria – Beef & pasta soup with grilled cheese sandwich, Philly cheese steak flat bread.
• The MRHS Golf Team competed in provincials yesterday at Brudenell and came home with both the Men’s AA & Men’s A Titles! Cam White won the event for the second year in a row. Members of the AA Champions are Cam White, Evan Stewart & Caleb Creed. Members of the A Champions are Taylor Stewart, Jack Munro & T.J. MacLeod.
• Gracie Lavandier and Cora MacKenzie also competed in the Women’s Championship yesterday.

Upcoming Events:

• SADD meeting (short) in library first break Monday, October 16th.
• Cross Country students are reminded of your Provincial Meet on Tuesday, October 17. Race start times are the same as the qualifier meet. If you ordered a shirt, please remember to pay Mr. MacDonald.
• Picture Orders: Students are reminded that pictures orders are due to homeroom teachers Tuesday, Oct 17th by first break. If you are doing a retake, please hang onto your picture packet.
• Clothing Drive: Student Council is helping the Diabetes Association with a clothing drive. Please bring in any used clothes or shoes to your homeroom before Monday, October 23.
• Octoberfest Week Activities:
o Wednesday, Oct.25: Viking Pride Day (wear red and black)
o Thursday, Oct.26: Twin Day and Haunted Hallways (6:30 – 8:30)
o Friday, Oct. 27: Pancake Breakfast and PJ Day
o Monday, Oct. 30: Monochromatic Monday (wear all the same colour)
o Tuesday, Oct. 31: Costume Day
• Holland College: For those students interested in going to Holland College: Online registration has opened this morning for their upcoming Campus Tour Day, happening on Saturday, November 4th. You can find out more information at http://www.hollandcollege.com/campus-tour-day/.

 

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October 12, 2017

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Welcome to Guest Staff:  Brian Crane, Katie Hicken, Donna White, Chelsey MacDonald, Kenneth Nicolle, John Allen MacLean, Morgan Hennessey, Wanda Cheverie and Dawn Martell

 Highlights for Today:

  • If you were involved in Making Waves in the past year or two, please see Ms. Heather Lea-Desai in Student Services at morning break.
  • There is a meeting today for the PEI marathon student relay team.  Room 141 at 12:10 pm.
  • Social Justice & Diversity Club. If you are socially aware and want every student to be valued equally regardless of their race, gender, socio-economic background, abilities, sexual orientation or gender identity you should join the Social Justice and Diversity Club. We strive to make MRHS and our community a safe and inclusive place to be through exciting initiatives, training opportunities, and a possible field trip.  Join us at our first meeting today at 12:00 in Mr. Munn’s class room 210. Bring your lunch and an open mind.
  • SPC cards (Student Price Cards) are being sold for $10 by all Student Council members or in room 139 from Ms. Beaton.  Check out the SPC website for all the deals and discounts.
  • Cafeteria—Oriental Beef Salad, Celebrity Chef Meal, ½ Ham & Cheddar Wrap

 Grade 12 Students:

  • Mount Allison University will be holding an Open House tomorrow (October 13) from 8:45am-3:45pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am.  Tour the campus, learn about academic programs and extracurricular activities, sit in on mini-lectures, and have time to explore residences, labs, and all Mount Allison has to offer.  On the spot admissions will be available, so bring your most recent transcript to waive your $50 application fee.  To register, visit mta.ca/openhouse

 Upcoming Events:          

  • Cross Country students are reminded of your Provincial Meet on Tuesday, October 17.  Race start times are the same as the qualifier meet.  If you ordered a shirt, please remember to pay Mr. MacDonald.
  • Colouring Circle: Starts tomorrow at lunch in Library Seminar Room 106. Bring your own supplies or use ones provided. Feel free to bring your lunch and a friend just to chill and colour!
  • SADD meeting (short) in library first break Monday, October 16th.
  • Picture Orders Students are reminded the pictures orders are due to homeroom teachers Tuesday, Oct 17th by first break.  If you are doing a retake, please hang onto your picture packet.
  • Youth Parliament Any students interested in politics and the working of our provincial legislature please see Mr. Munn this week.  Students representing all Island high schools will be holding a mock parliament on October 13, and November 24-25.
  • Holland College For those students interested in going to Holland College: Online registration has opened this morning for their upcoming Campus Tour Day, happening on Saturday, November 4th. You can find out more information at http://www.hollandcollege.com/campus-tour-day/.
  • Clothing Drive: Student Council is helping the Diabetes Association with a clothing drive.  Please bring in any used clothes or shoes to your homeroom before Monday, October 23.
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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Welcome to Guest Staff: Jessie Campbell, Kenneth Nicolle, Nicole Butler, Brian Crane, Morgan Hennessey, Wanda Cheverie.

Highlights for Today:
• MRHS Fly Tyers meet today @ 11:45.
• SPC cards (Student Price Cards) are being sold for $10 by all Student Council members or in room 139 from Ms. Beaton. Check out the SPC website for all the deals and discounts.
• Women’s soccer @ Morell game at 4:30 PM, bus leaves at 3 PM.
• Women’s field hockey host Charlottetown Rural @ 5 PM.
• Today is Post Secondary Day. It will begin at 1:15, Grade 12 students should be in their classes immediately following lunch. An announcement will be made releasing grade 12 students at 1:15. A further announcement will be made at 2:15 releasing grade 11’s.
• Cafeteria-Shepard’s Pie, Pasta Station, Philly Cheese Steak Flat Bread

Upcoming Events:
• Colouring Circle: Due to popular demand, a brand new club- “Colouring Circle” will be held on Fridays (starting October 13) at lunch in Library Seminar Room 106. Bring your own supplies or use ones provided. Feel free to bring your lunch and a friend just to chill and colour! See Mrs. Killeen for more details, especially if you weren’t able to make it to the sessions at the Wellness Expo!
• Youth Parliament Any students interested in politics and the working of our provincial legislature please see Mr. Munn this week. Students representing all Island high schools will be holding a mock parliament on October 13, and November 24-25.
• Hospitality & Tourism Students enrolled in hospitality and tourism second semester are required to pick up a letter from Mrs. Hicken in room #133.
• Holland College For those students interested in going to Holland College: Online registration has opened this morning for their upcoming Campus Tour Day, happening on Saturday, November 4th. You can find out more information at http://www.hollandcollege.com/campus-tour-day/.
• Student Council is helping the Diabetes Association with a clothing drive. Please bring in any used clothes or shoes to your homeroom before Monday, October 23.

Grade 12 Students:
• Mount Allison University will be holding an Open House on Friday, October 13, from 8:45am-3:45pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am. Tour the campus, learn about academic programs and extracurricular activities, sit in on mini-lectures, and have time to explore residences, labs, and all Mount Allison has to offer. On the spot admissions will be available, so bring your most recent transcript to waive your $50 application fee. To register, visit mta.ca/openhouse

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Chicken Pox

We have a confirmed case of Chicken Pox at MRHS. Public Health wishes to speak to anyone who is pregnant or is undergoing chemotherapy and may have been exposed to this case. Please call Public Health at (902) 838-0762 if you fall under this category or if you have any questions.

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