Tuesday, November 20th

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Welcome to Staff Guests: Chelsey MacDonald & JD Farrell

Highlights for Today:
 Retakes are today, Tuesday, November 20 12:30- 2:30 PM. Classes will be called down by homeroom. Students need to bring proof packet.
 Hospitality and Tourism November’s payment is due on Thursday, November 22nd to Mrs. Hicken.
 Our school library is looking for an artificial Christmas tree, with or without lights. Parent & Guardians: if you have an old one you’d like to donate, please contact Mrs. Killeen in the library by calling the school.
 There will be a brief peer helper block meeting today.
 Students who are in Leadership next semester please see Ms. Beaton at first break for a very important message.
 Today’s Girls’ Group that usually meets in the Library Conference Room will meet in Student Services instead. Members please check-in with your teachers at 12:30 and then go to Student Services.
 Dance Club (Hip Hop)~ All Interested Students, meeting today at lunch 12:00 PM in Music Room.
 Christmas dance tickets will be going on sale soon. All student fees and grad fees must be paid prior to purchasing a dance ticket. If this is an issue, check with one of the admin to work something out.
 The World Geography 521 class is a fundraiser to raise money to donate to the Montague Food Bank. The students will also be selling 50/50 tickets.
 Any students wanting to submit artwork for the Artisan on the Main Gallery, please submit to Ms. Raj by Nov. 30th
 Reminder to all those students who have been invited to the School Food Event on Wednesday. We need the food pictures Ms. A told you to get. Please send to her Email smanderson@cloud.edu.ca Also don’t bring your lunch on Wednesday because you’ll be fed!
 Dodgeball Intramurals—Sign up Sheets available by gym office, Due on Nov. 21.
 Want to quit smoking or vaping? Any interested students should see Ms.Victor up in Student Services for more information.
 Cafeteria: Chicken fajita with Mexican rice; Large nacho bowl; Chicken snack wrap with fresh soup; Homemade chicken noodle soup with crackers

Athletics:
• Women’s Rugby-Early Morning Rugby on Wednesdays @ 7:15 AM
• Men’s Basketball ~New Schedule effective Nov. 19th
Monday & Wednesday, 5-7 PM, Tuesday & Thursday 7-9 PM,
• Women’s Basketball ~ New Schedule effective Nov. 19th
Monday & Wednesday, 7-9 PM, Tuesday & Thursday 5-7 PM
• Wrestling- Tuesday & Thursday 6-8 PM Cafeteria
• Viking Fit – workouts after school 3:30-4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. All are welcome!!
• Basketball Intramurals Today: Staff Hawks Vs. Lavar Ballers
• Men’s & Women’s Basketball Team Photos are Nov. 28th @ 8:45, Please be ready in Uniform by 8:40 AM!
• Powerlifting Team Photos are Nov. 28 @ 8:45 AM, Please be ready in Uniform by 8:40AM!

Grade 12’s:
● All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Upcoming Events:
• Debate Club, Thursdays @ 12:00 Rm 211
• Readers Circle Wednesdays at noon in library conference room A, room 106
• Babysitter Needed for a 7 year old girl, in the Cardigan area. Child attends Montague Consolidated, family new to area. See Audra in the office for if contact information.

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Monday, Nov. 19

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Welcome to Staff Guests: Craig Inward

Highlights for Today:
 Dodgeball Intramurals—Sign up Sheets available by gym office, Due on Nov. 21.
 Retakes are tomorrow, Tuesday, November 20 12:30- 2:30 PM. Classes will be called down by homeroom. Students need to bring proof packet.
 Want to quit smoking or vaping? Any interested students should see Ms.Victor up in Student Services for more information.
 Hospitality and Tourism November’s payment is due on Thursday, November 22nd to Mrs. Hicken.
 Christmas dance tickets will be going on sale soon. All student fees and grad fees must be paid prior to purchasing a dance ticket. If this is an issue, check with one of the admin to work something out.
 The World Geography 521 class is a fundraiser to raise money to donate to the Montague Food Bank. The students will also be selling 50/50 tickets.
 Chrome book #7 missing from library. please return
 Any students wanting to submit artwork for the Artisan on the Main Gallery, please submit to Ms. Raj by Nov. 30th
 Cafeteria: Hot chicken on a bun, mashed potatoes and hot veggies; Homemade beef burgers with your choice of extra toppings; Grilled cheese sandwich with fresh soup of the day; Homemade veggie soup with crackers

Viking Game Action Today:
• Basketball Men’s @ C. Gray 1 7:30 PM
• Basketball Women’s @ C. Gray 1 5:30 PM

Athletics:
• Women’s Rugby-Early Morning Rugby on Wednesdays @ 7:15 AM
• Men’s Basketball ~New Schedule effective Nov. 19th
Monday & Wednesday, 5-7 PM, Tuesday & Thursday 7-9 PM,
• Women’s Basketball ~ New Schedule effective Nov. 19th
Monday & Wednesday, 7-9 PM, Tuesday & Thursday 5-7 PM
• Wrestling- Tuesday & Thursday 6-8 PM Cafeteria
• Viking Fit – workouts after school 3:30-4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. All are welcome!!
• Basketball Intramurals Today: Staff Hawks Vs. Lavar Ballers

Grade 12’s:
● UNB Future Student Night Wednesday, November 21, 7:00 PM at the Delta Hotels by Marriott, in Charlottetown. Please visit https://www.unb.ca/admissions/recruitment-events/index.html for more information.
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Upcoming Events:
• Debate Club, Thursdays @ 12:00 Rm 211
• Readers Circle Wednesdays at noon in library conference room A, room 106
• Babysitter Needed for a 7 year old girl, in the Cardigan area. Child attends Montague Consolidated, family new to area. See Audra in the office for if contact information.

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Friday, Nov. 16

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday: Alex Campbell

Welcome to Staff Guests: Mike Hambly, April Ennis, Bryanne MacLeod & Brynn Van Wiechen

Highlights for Today:
 The World Geography 521 class is a fundraiser to raise money to donate to the Montague Food Bank. The home room that raises the most money will receive a pizza party.
 The Choir is reminded of their gig singing “O Canada” at the Storm Game at the Eastlink Centre on Sunday. We will meet in the entrance at 1:30 for the 2:00 game. Make sure you wear your uniform.
 Dodgeball Intramurals—Sign up Sheets available by gym office, Due on Nov. 21.
 Retakes are today, Friday, November 16th 12:30- 2:30 PM. Classes will be called down by homeroom. Students need to bring proof packet.
 Cafeteria:

Athletics:
• Women’s Rugby-Early Morning Rugby on Wednesdays @ 7:15 AM
• Men’s Basketball ~New Schedule effective Nov. 19th
Monday & Wednesday, 5-7 PM, Tuesday & Thursday 7-9 PM,
• Women’s Basketball ~ New Schedule effective Nov. 19th
Monday & Wednesday, 7-9 PM, Tuesday & Thursday 5-7 PM
• Wrestling- Tuesday & Thursday 6-8 PM Cafeteria
• Viking Fit – workouts after school 3:30-4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. All are welcome!!
• Basketball Intramurals Today: Staff Hawks Vs. Lavar Ballers

Grade 12’s:
● UNB Future Student Night Wednesday, November 21, 7:00 PM at the Delta Hotels by Marriott, in Charlottetown. Please visit https://www.unb.ca/admissions/recruitment-events/index.html for more information.
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Upcoming Events:
• Debate Club, Thursdays @ 12:00 Rm 211
• Readers Circle Wednesdays at noon in library conference room A, room 106

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Thursday, Nov. 15

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Welcome to Staff Guests: Kyle Adams & April Ennis

Highlights for Today:
 The World Geography 521 class is a fundraiser to raise money to donate to the Montague Food Bank. The home room that raises the most money will receive a pizza party.
 Jayden Johnston to library
 Any Students who would like to participate in the Art Battle, please contact Ms. Raj ASAP!
 There will be a beginner Disney Band session in the music room Thursday at 12:05. See you all there!
 The Choir is reminded of their gig singing “O Canada” at the Storm Game at the Eastlink Centre on Sunday. We will meet in the entrance at 1:30 for the 2:00 game. Make sure you wear your uniform.
 Hospitality and Tourism students: Please see Mrs. Hicken in room #133 for information on new fund-raisers available to those who are going on tour.
 Dodgeball Intramurals—Sign up Sheets available by gym office, Due on Nov. 21.
 Retakes are tomorrow, Friday, November 16th 12:30- 2:30 PM. Classes will be called down by homeroom. Students need to bring proof packet.
 Gender Equality Leadership Day. The full-day workshop will take place in Charlottetown, Nov. 16 at the Holiday Inn Express, and requires pre-registration. If you are interested in attending, please see Ms. Kelly in Student Services.
 Cafeteria: Shepherd’s pie with side salad, fresh baked roll; Fries with the works; 1/2 Thai chicken wrap soup of the day; Homemade hearty beef and pasta soup with crackers; Large chicken Caesar wrap

Athletics:
• Women’s Rugby-Early Morning Rugby on Wednesdays @ 7:15 AM
• Men’s Basketball ~
• Women’s Basketball ~ Wednesday, 6-8 PM Thursday 5-7 PM & Friday 6:30 -8:30
• Wrestling- Tuesday & Thursday 4-6 PM Cafeteria
• Viking Fit – workouts after school 3:30-4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. All are welcome!!
• Basketball Intramurals Today: Quarterfinals Mark Vs. The Red Team

Grade 12’s:
● UNB Future Student Night Wednesday, November 21, 7:00 PM at the Delta Hotels by Marriott, in Charlottetown. Please visit https://www.unb.ca/admissions/recruitment-events/index.html for more information.
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Upcoming Events:
• Debate Club, Thursdays @ 12:00 Rm 211
• Readers Circle Wednesdays at noon in library conference room A, room 106
• The SAVE committee is fortunate to welcome Gwyn Davies (Family Violence Prevention Services) to our meeting on November 15th. To accommodate Gwyn’s visit and to allow time to incorporate ideas from our session with her, our Anti-Bullying activities scheduled to begin on November 16th will now be combined with our SAVE week, beginning December 3rd. For more information, please see Ms. Kelly in Student Services.

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Wednesday, Nov. 14

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Welcome to Staff Guests: Brynn VanWiechen, Mike Hambly & Cassandra Sewell

Highlights for Today:
• Readers Circle Wednesdays at noon in library conference room A, room 106
• Extra help with Mr. Trainor for Science 421 today, 3:10-3:45 & mornings 8:15-9:00 AM
• The World Geography 521 class is conducting a fund raiser to raise money to donate to the Montague Food Bank. Donation cans will be delivered to home rooms this morning. The home room that raises the most money will receive a pizza party. There will be other initiatives to help generate money. Donations will go toward helping local families.
 Women’s Rugby Trip to BC Any students who would like to participate in the exchange trip to BC should get an application and billet form from Ms. Evans-Renaud. Completed forms should be handed in to Ms. Evans-Renaud, as well.
 Hospitality and Tourism students: Please see Mrs. Hicken in room #133 for information on new fund-raisers available to those who are going on tour
 Retakes are Friday, November 16th in the afternoon. If students require a retake, it’s a lot faster if they hold onto their original picture.
 Congratulations to Loraine Hancock for winning the school library fundraising door prize at Indigo last Thursday
 Jayden Johnston to see Mrs. Killeen at break please
 Overdue Library slips are in Mailboxes. Please share with students. They can return or renew or discuss at break.
 Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Campaign, last day to contribute Nov. 15
 MIS and MRHS band programs are both missing sweaters and sweater vests! Please return them to Christie Beck at MRHS. No judgement. We would just appreciate having the items back.
 Students from across PEI have the opportunity to participate in a gender equality and GSA leadership day happening this Friday, November 16th! This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with students who identify at LGBTQ+, or identify as allies and support people in creating gender equality. The full-day workshop will take place in Charlottetown at the Holiday Inn Express, and requires pre-registration. If you are interested in attending, please see Ms. Kelly in Student Services TODAY!
 Cafeteria: Lasagna with salad, garlic bun and blueberry delight for dessert; Philly cheese steak on hoagie bread; Grilled cheese with fresh homemade soup; Homemade veggie soup with crackers

Athletics:
• Women’s Rugby-Early Morning Rugby on Wednesdays @ 7:15 AM
• Men’s Basketball ~Wednesday 4:30-6:00 PM, Thursday 5:00-6:30, Friday 5:00- 6:30
• Women’s Basketball ~ Tuesday, 4-6 PM
• Wrestling- Tuesday & Thursday 4-6 PM Cafeteria
• Viking Fit – workouts after school 3:30-4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. All are welcome!!
• Basketball Intramurals Today:

Grade 12’s:
● UNB Future Student Night Wednesday, November 21, 7:00 PM at the Delta Hotels by Marriott, in Charlottetown. Please visit https://www.unb.ca/admissions/recruitment-events/index.html for more information.

• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Upcoming Events:
• Polar Expressions Student Short Story & Poetry Contest. Poetry deadline: November 16. Short-story deadline: November 23. Application forms and more info available in the library!
• Debate Club, Thursdays @ 12:00 Rm 211
• The SAVE committee is fortunate to welcome Gwyn Davies (Family Violence Prevention Services) to our meeting on November 15th. To accommodate Gwyn’s visit and to allow time to incorporate ideas from our session with her, our Anti-Bullying activities scheduled to begin on November 16th will now be combined with our SAVE week, beginning December 3rd. For more information, please see Ms. Kelly in Student Services.

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Tuesday, Nov. 13th

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday: Mrs. MacDonald

Welcome to Staff Guests: Catherine Byrne & J D Farrell

Highlights for Today:
• Readers Circle Wednesdays at noon in library conference room A, room 106
 Women’s Rugby Trip to BC Any students who would like to participate in the exchange trip to BC should get an application and billet form from Ms. Evans-Renaud. Completed forms should be handed in to Ms. Evans-Renaud, as well.
 Hospitality and Tourism students: Please see Mrs. Hicken in room #133 for information on new fund-raisers available to those who are going on tour
 Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Campaign, last day to contribute Nov. 15
 MIS and MRHS band programs are both missing sweaters and sweater vests! Please return them to Christie Beck at MRHS. No judgement. We would just appreciate having the items back.
 Students from across PEI have the opportunity to participate in a gender equality and GSA leadership day happening this Friday, November 16th! This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with students who identify at LGBTQ+, or identify as allies and support people in creating gender equality. The full-day workshop will take place in Charlottetown at the Holiday Inn Express, and requires pre-registration. If you are interested in attending, please see Ms. Kelly in Student Services TODAY!
 Cafeteria: Beef tacos with rice and corn; Large grilled chicken salad; 1/2 ham and cheddar wrap with soup; Homemade cream of broccoli soup with crackers

Athletics:
• Women’s Rugby-Early Morning Rugby on Wednesdays @ 7:15 AM
• Men’s Basketball ~Wednesday 4:30-6:00 PM, Thursday 5:00-6:30, Friday 5:00- 6:30
• Women’s Basketball ~ Tuesday, 4-6 PM
• Wrestling- Tuesday & Thursday 4-6 PM Cafeteria
• Viking Fit – workouts after school 3:30-4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. All are welcome!!
• Basketball Intramurals Today:

Grade 12’s:
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Upcoming Events:
• Retakes are Friday, November 16th in the afternoon. If students require a retake, it’s a lot faster if they hold onto their original picture.
• Polar Expressions Student Short Story & Poetry Contest. Poetry deadline: November 16. Short-story deadline: November 23. Application forms and more info available in the library!
• Debate Club, Thursdays @ 12:00 Rm 211
• The SAVE committee is fortunate to welcome Gwyn Davies (Family Violence Prevention Services) to our meeting on November 15th. To accommodate Gwyn’s visit and to allow time to incorporate ideas from our session with her, our Anti-Bullying activities scheduled to begin on November 16th will now be combined with our SAVE week, beginning December 3rd. For more information, please see Ms. Kelly in Student Services.

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Wednesday, Nov. 7th

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday: Belated Wishes to Mr. Munn!

Welcome to Staff Guests: Brynn VanWiechen, April Ennis & Mike Hambly

Highlights for Today:
 MRHS 2019 Grad clothing taking orders Today is the Last DAY, November 7, during lunch break in room 141. (12 pm – 12:25 pm
 All Sport Teams or Club Write Ups are due November 9th at the Latest! Text to Raven or give her a written copy.
 Those students who signed up to attend the sunset bell ceremony are to be at the Legion at 4:20 pm on Sunday.
• Readers Circle Wednesdays at noon in library conference room A, room 106
 Any student who is free this Thursday evening from 5-8pm and in the Chtown area and who would like 5 leadership/bursary hours, should see Mrs. Killeen ASAP. Students need own transportation
 Library closed C-Block for grade 10 English stations this week. Sorry for the inconvenience.
 NO FOOD OR DRINK IN LIBRARY.
 MIS and MRHS band programs are both missing sweaters and sweater vests. If you, a brother, sister, neighbour, or friend have one of these items or anything else belonging to the music departments at home, please return them to Christie Beck at MRHS. No judgement. We would just appreciate having the items back.
 Cafeteria: Chicken fingers and wedges; Grilled cheese sandwich with homemade soup; 1/2 ham and cheddar wrap with veggie sticks and dip; Homemade vegetable soup with crackers

OHS WEEK
Today’s the last day of OHS Week! Today’s trivia question is, True or False..
The 3 basic workers rights are…
1. The Right to Know
2. The Right to Participate
3. The Right to Refuse Unsafe Work
Fill out today’s ballot in the lobby and win a $10 Tim’s gift card!
Athletics:
• Women’s Rugby-Early Morning Rugby on Wednesdays @ 7:15 AM
• Men’s Basketball ~Wednesday 4:30-6:00 PM, Thursday 5:00-6:30, Friday 5:00- 6:30
• Women’s Basketball ~ Tuesday, 4-6 PM
• Volleyball Practice-Wednesday 3:30-4:30 for any team players
• Viking Fit – workouts after school 3:30-4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. All are welcome!!
• Basketball Intramurals Today: Mark Vs. Lavar Ballers

Grade 12’s:
• Holland College is having an Open House on Nov. 9 1-4 PM. Please go online to Holland College website & register. Admission fees will be waived.
• UPEI is having an Open House on November 9th from 9 AM- 1PM. Please register on line. Application fees will be waived.
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Upcoming Events:
• Retakes are Friday, November 16th in the afternoon. If students require a retake, it’s a lot faster if they hold onto their original picture.
• Polar Expressions Student Short Story & Poetry Contest. Poetry deadline: November 16. Short-story deadline: November 23. Application forms and more info available in the library!
• Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Campaign: Through your donations our school can send shoeboxes full of important supplies to children living in poverty in South America & Ukraine. Donations of toys, school supplies and hygiene items can be dropped off in the bins marked in your homeroom or in the bins in the front lobby. Monetary donations are also greatly accepted as it is $10 for each box to be shipped. If you have any questions or would like a list on what is best to bring in see Katelyn Visser or Allison Vandaele. Due by Nov. 15th.
• Debate Club, Thursdays @ 12:00 Rm 211
• The SAVE committee is fortunate to welcome Gwyn Davies (Family Violence Prevention Services) to our meeting on November 15th. To accommodate Gwyn’s visit and to allow time to incorporate ideas from our session with her, our Anti-Bullying activities scheduled to begin on November 16th will now be combined with our SAVE week, beginning December 3rd. For more information, please see Ms. Kelly in Student Services.

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