Tuesday, Sept. 18

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday: Jagaer Clory, Rachael Martens, Melissa McGee

Highlights for Today:
 Student Council applications! Deadline is Friday!
 The following students please see Ms. A. today! Trista MacLeod, Adam Menzie, Jack Batten, Britney Gotell, Tyler macLean, Nicolle MacLean & Jezziah Reeves
 Ms Hayden-Ward’s C block CEO class should go to room 85 for today’s class only.
 Heckbert’s Grad Photos until Thursday!
 Grad Activity Committee Meeting today, Tuesday at 12;05 in Room 119. Those interested in having input into activities throughout the year should be there.
 Games Room, room 84 will be open from 12:05-12:30.
 Viking Fit – workouts after school 3:30-4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. All are welcome!!
 Breakfast Club Volunteers – Meeting today @ 11:43 in room #136 (foods room).
 Student Well Being Team-Open House: Tuesday, 11:43 Rm 87 FREE FOOD!
 Cafeteria: Beef Tacos & Rice & Corn; Large grilled chicken Caesar salad; ½ Thai Chicken Wrap & soup; Vegetable soup; Full Chicken Caesar Salad

Athletics:
• Cross-country — We will be running Tuesday and Thursday after school, meeting in the main lobby at 3:30 pm. Please return the forms as soon as possible so we can register you for the first event at Rural on October 2.
• Men’s baseball practice Tuesday, Sept 18, at the Cardigan fields, at 6 pm.
• All athletes are require to pass in their forms (release and concussion forms) and pay their athletic fee before they can play in their first game. All school teams begin on Monday, Sept 17. Please see Ms. Trainor ASAP

Grade 12’s:
• Applications now available for Loran Scholarship in Student Services. Applications are due back into Student Services on October 10th at 3pm. Any questions please see Ms. Victor or Ms. Kelly
• Reminder for students who are volunteering with organizations, you must register with Community Services Bursary in order to accumulate hours. If you have any questions please come to Student Services. Here is the link to register.
https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/service/community-services-bursary-student-registration
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities

Upcoming Events:
• Lifetouch pictures – Monday, September 24 (pm only) Retakes-Mon. Oct 29th
• This year’s YDAY (Youth Day) will be held on Saturday, September 22nd at Stanley Bridge Country Resort and will see over 100 Island youth aged 16-34 gather for a day of important conversations, feedback gathering and idea-sharing. YDAY is a free event with morning snacks, lunch and transportation from Charlottetown and Summerside. The focus of the day will be on putting ideas into action, with the long term goal of making PEI the ideal place for youth to live, work and thrive!

Here is the website http://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/event/yday-2018. Feel free to use messaging such as “Youth ages 16-34 are encouraged to attend YDAY 2018 on Saturday, September 22nd with keynote speaker, two time Olympic Goal-Medalist, Heather Moyse”
• Polar Expressions 13th annual Student Short Story & Poetry Contest (K through Gr.12 students are eligible) is happening now. Poetry deadline: November 16, 2018 and Short-story deadline: November 23, 2018! The last several years MRHS has had many submissions, some finishing nationally!!! Application forms and more info in the library!!!
• Students are encouraged to check out the following website http://www.legion.ca/communities-youth/youth-education/remembrance-contests for info on poster and literary contests offered through The Canadian Legion. Here’s your chance to win a trip for two to Ottawa for the National Remembrance day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2019! See Mrs. Killeen for more details, registration forms and brochures.
• Page Program applications are now available at Student Services. The Page Program offers a unique experience for students to see the workings of the PEI Legislative Assembly. Come see Ms. Victor or Ms. Kelly for questions. Applications are due Monday, Oct. 1st.

• Concussion Awareness Program Information Session
Dr. William Montelpare and the Concussion Awareness Program team from UPEI will present a concussion information session at the Montague Regional High School cafeteria on September 27 at 6:00 pm. This session is open to the public – all are welcome to attend.
• Come Try Ringette Event in Montague: September 20th at 6:30, All you need is your skates and a helmet. There will be treats and prizes! Ringette Registration September 11th & 20th at Cavendish Farms Wellness Center 5:00 to 8:00 & September 22nd at CFWC 9:00 to 12:00. If there are any questions let me know through email kmhicken@upei.ca or phone/text 9023880758.

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Monday, Sept. 17

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday: Belated Wishes to Morgan MacKenzie, John Campbell, Tara Campbell, Alexander Mallard & Leah Rouzes who all celebrated on the weekend!

Welcome Staff Guests: Jim Harris, Kyle Adams

Highlights for Today:
 Student Council applications can be picked up in room 139. Applications are due to Ms. Beaton on Friday, September 21.
 Heckbert’s Grad Photos Start today!
 Games Room, room 84 will be open from 12:05-12:30.
 Library is closed during D-Block today, for Library Orientation. Please plan accordingly, sorry for the inconvenience.
 Breakfast Club Volunteers – Meeting for all those who have signed up already or are interested in volunteering for breakfast club on Tuesday, Sept. 18th at 11:43 in room #136 (foods room).
 Any cross-country runners that did not pick up a permission for should see Mr MacDonald today. We will be running Tuesday and Thursday after school, meeting in the main lobby at 3:30 pm. Please return the forms as soon as possible so we can register you for the first event at Rural on October 2.
 Page Program applications are now available at Student Services. The Page Program offers a unique experience for students to see the workings of the PEI Legislative Assembly. Come see Ms. Victor or Ms. Kelly for questions. Applications are due Monday, Oct. 1st.
 Student Well Being Team-Open House: Tuesday, 11:43 Rm 87 FREE FOOD!
 Cafeteria: Sweet N Sour Meatballs with rice & veggies; Homemade beef burger or breaded chicken burger with extra toppings; Chicken Caesar salad wrap; ½ Caesar salad wrap with dill pickle pasta; Minestrone soup & crackers

Athletics:
• Women’s Volleyball “A”- MRHS host VS Grace Christian today @ 4 PM
• Men’s and women’s AAA Volleyball – MRHS host Vs Westisle today @ 6 PM
• Men’s baseball practice Tuesday, Sept 18, at the Cardigan fields, at 6 pm.
• Women’s Field Hockey- Game today, Charlottetown Rural @ 5:10 PM
• Men’s soccer: Game in Westisle today, bus leaves at 2:00 PM
• All athletes are require to pass in their forms (release and concussion forms) and pay their athletic fee before they can play in their first game. All school teams begin on Monday, Sept 17. Please see Ms. Trainor ASAP

Grade 12’s:
• Applications now available for Loran Scholarship in Student Services. Applications are due back into Student Services on October 10th at 3pm. Any questions please see Ms. Victor or Ms. Kelly
• Reminder for students who are volunteering with organizations, you must register with Community Services Bursary in order to accumulate hours. If you have any questions please come to Student Services. Here is the link to register.
https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/service/community-services-bursary-student-registration
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities

Upcoming Events:
• Lifetouch pictures – Monday, September 24 (pm only) Retakes-Mon. Oct 29th
• This year’s YDAY (Youth Day) will be held on Saturday, September 22nd at Stanley Bridge Country Resort and will see over 100 Island youth aged 16-34 gather for a day of important conversations, feedback gathering and idea-sharing. YDAY is a free event with morning snacks, lunch and transportation from Charlottetown and Summerside. The focus of the day will be on putting ideas into action, with the long term goal of making PEI the ideal place for youth to live, work and thrive!

Here is the website http://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/event/yday-2018. Feel free to use messaging such as “Youth ages 16-34 are encouraged to attend YDAY 2018 on Saturday, September 22nd with keynote speaker, two time Olympic Goal-Medalist, Heather Moyse”
• Polar Expressions 13th annual Student Short Story & Poetry Contest (K through Gr.12 students are eligible) is happening now. Poetry deadline: November 16, 2018 and Short-story deadline: November 23, 2018! The last several years MRHS has had many submissions, some finishing nationally!!! Application forms and more info in the library!!!
• Students are encouraged to check out the following website http://www.legion.ca/communities-youth/youth-education/remembrance-contests for info on poster and literary contests offered through The Canadian Legion. Here’s your chance to win a trip for two to Ottawa for the National Remembrance day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2019! See Mrs. Killeen for more details, registration forms and brochures.
• Concussion Awareness Program Information Session
Dr. William Montelpare and the Concussion Awareness Program team from UPEI will present a concussion information session at the Montague Regional High School cafeteria on September 27 at 6:00 pm. This session is open to the public – all are welcome to attend.
• Come Try Ringette Event in Montague: September 20th at 6:30, All you need is your skates and a helmet. There will be treats and prizes! Ringette Registration September 11th & 20th at Cavendish Farms Wellness Center 5:00 to 8:00 & September 22nd at CFWC 9:00 to 12:00. If there are any questions let me know through email kmhicken@upei.ca or phone/text 9023880758.

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Friday, Sept. 14th

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday: Suzuna Kawai & Raven Scanlon & Mr. Trainor

Welcome Staff Guests: Lyndie Webster

Highlights for Today:
 Student Council applications can be picked up in room 139. Applications are due to Ms. Beaton on Friday, September 21.
 Games Room, room 84 will be open from 12:05-12:30.
 Cross-Country Meeting today @ 12:10 Room 141
 Mandatory athletes meeting today, Sept 14, at 11:43 am in the Gym. All athletes must attend in order to participate in their upcoming sporting events
 Mr. Trainor’s Oceanography Class will be meeting in the lobby @ 12:20 for their trip to Panmure today. Students who haven’t passed in their forms should do so by the end of A Block.
 Library is closed during D-Block today, Friday & Monday for Library Orientation. Please plan accordingly, sorry for the inconvenience.
 Breakfast Club Volunteers – Meeting for all those who have signed up already or are interested in volunteering for breakfast club on Tuesday, Sept. 18th at 11:43 in room #136 (foods room).
 Cafeteria: Beef & Broccoli Stir fry on a bed of Chinese noodles, Egg Roll, Fortune Cookie & chop sticks; cold plate; ½ chicken ranch wrap with veggie sticks; full chicken Caesar salad wrap; Soup- creamy chicken veggie with crackers
 Page Program applications are now available at Student Services. The Page Program offers a unique experience for students to see the workings of the PEI Legislative Assembly. Come see Ms. Victor or Ms. Kelly for questions. Applications are due Monday, Oct. 1st.

Athletics:
• Women’s Volleyball “A”- MRHS hosting a game Monday, Sept. 17th @ 4 PM
• Men’s and women’s AAA Volleyball – MRHS hosting a game Monday Sept. 17th @ 6 PM
• Men’s baseball practice Tuesday, Sept 18, at the Cardigan fields, at 6 pm.
• Women’s Field Hockey- Game Monday, Charlottetown Rural @ 5:10 PM
• Men’s & Women’s soccer: Games in Westisle Monday, bus leaves at 2:00 PM
• All athletes are require to pass in their forms (release and concussion forms) and pay their athletic fee before they can play in their first game. All school teams begin on Monday, Sept 17. Please see Ms. Trainor ASAP

Grade 12’s:
• Heckbert’s Grad pictures – Sept. 17-20 (all Grads must have their picture taken by Heckbert’s for the composite, regardless of where they are having their pictures for purchase done)
• Applications now available for Loran Scholarship in Student Services. Applications are due back into Student Services on October 10th at 3pm. Any questions please see Ms. Victor or Ms. Kelly
• Reminder for students who are volunteering with organizations, you must register with Community Services Bursary in order to accumulate hours. If you have any questions please come to Student Services. Here is the link to register.
https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/service/community-services-bursary-student-registration
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities

Upcoming Events:
• Lifetouch pictures – Monday, September 24 (pm only) Retakes-Mon. Oct 29th
• This year’s YDAY (Youth Day) will be held on Saturday, September 22nd at Stanley Bridge Country Resort and will see over 100 Island youth aged 16-34 gather for a day of important conversations, feedback gathering and idea-sharing. YDAY is a free event with morning snacks, lunch and transportation from Charlottetown and Summerside. The focus of the day will be on putting ideas into action, with the long term goal of making PEI the ideal place for youth to live, work and thrive!

Here is the website http://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/event/yday-2018. Feel free to use messaging such as “Youth ages 16-34 are encouraged to attend YDAY 2018 on Saturday, September 22nd with keynote speaker, two time Olympic Goal-Medalist, Heather Moyse”
• Polar Expressions 13th annual Student Short Story & Poetry Contest (K through Gr.12 students are eligible) is happening now. Poetry deadline: November 16, 2018 and Short-story deadline: November 23, 2018! The last several years MRHS has had many submissions, some finishing nationally!!! Application forms and more info in the library!!!
• Students are encouraged to check out the following website http://www.legion.ca/communities-youth/youth-education/remembrance-contests for info on poster and literary contests offered through The Canadian Legion. Here’s your chance to win a trip for two to Ottawa for the National Remembrance day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2019! See Mrs. Killeen for more details, registration forms and brochures.
• Concussion Awareness Program Information Session
Dr. William Montelpare and the Concussion Awareness Program team from UPEI will present a concussion information session at the Montague Regional High School cafeteria on September 27 at 6:00 pm. This session is open to the public – all are welcome to attend.
• Come Try Ringette Event in Montague: September 20th at 6:30, All you need is your skates and a helmet. There will be treats and prizes! Ringette Registration September 11th & 20th at Cavendish Farms Wellness Center 5:00 to 8:00 & September 22nd at CFWC 9:00 to 12:00. If there are any questions let me know through email kmhicken@upei.ca or phone/text 9023880758.

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Thursday, Sept. 13th

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday: Madison Pollard

Welcome Staff Guests: Brynn VanWiechen

Highlights for Today:
 Student Council applications can be picked up in room 139. Applications are due to Ms. Beaton on Friday, September 21.
 Starting today, Thursday, room 84 will be open from 12:05-12:30 as a games room for any students would wish to participate.
 Library is closed during D-Block Thursday & Friday for Library Orientation. Please plan accordingly, sorry for the inconvenience.
 Grad Activity Day, is today!
 Breakfast Club Volunteers – We will be having a meeting for all those who have signed up already or are interested in volunteering for breakfast club on Tuesday, September 18th at 11:43 in room #136 (foods room). Please make sure you attend and feel free to bring your lunch along with you.
 Cafeteria: Pulled Pork on a bun with side salad; Breaded chicken leg with mashed potatoes & hot veggies; ½ hummus & veggie wrap, with veggie sticks & dip; Soup-Hearty Hamburger soup & crackers
 Polar Expressions 13th annual Student Short Story & Poetry Contest (K through Gr.12 students are eligible) is happening now. Poetry deadline: November 16, 2018 and Short-story deadline: November 23, 2018! The last several years MRHS has had many submissions, some finishing nationally!!! Application forms and more info in the library!!!
• Students are encouraged to check out the following website http://www.legion.ca/communities-youth/youth-education/remembrance-contests for info on poster and literary contests offered through The Canadian Legion. Here’s your chance to win a trip for two to Ottawa for the National Remembrance day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2019! See Mrs. Killeen for more details, registration forms and brochures.

Athletics:
• Women’s Volleyball- Wednesday 4-5:30, Thursday 4-5:30
• Men’s and women’s powerlifting will start today, Wednesday, Sept 12, 3:15 pm-5 pm, in the fitness centre.
• Women’s field hockey: Wednesday, Sept 12: 3:15-5 pm
• Men’s soccer: Practice Monday & Thursday, 3:15- 5:00 PM.

Grade 12’s:
• Heckbert’s Grad pictures – Sept. 17-20 (all Grads must have their picture taken by Heckbert’s for the composite, regardless of where they are having their pictures for purchase done)
• Applications now available for Loran Scholarship in Student Services. Applications are due back into Student Services on October 10th at 3pm. Any questions please see Ms. Victor or Ms. Kelly
• Reminder for students who are volunteering with organizations, you must register with Community Services Bursary in order to accumulate hours. If you have any questions please come to Student Services. Here is the link to register.
https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/service/community-services-bursary-student-registration
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities

Upcoming Events:
• Lifetouch pictures – Monday, September 24 (pm only) Retakes-Mon. Oct 29th
• This year’s YDAY (Youth Day) will be held on Saturday, September 22nd at Stanley Bridge Country Resort and will see over 100 Island youth aged 16-34 gather for a day of important conversations, feedback gathering and idea-sharing. YDAY is a free event with morning snacks, lunch and transportation from Charlottetown and Summerside. The focus of the day will be on putting ideas into action, with the long term goal of making PEI the ideal place for youth to live, work and thrive!

Here is the website http://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/event/yday-2018. Feel free to use messaging such as “Youth ages 16-34 are encouraged to attend YDAY 2018 on Saturday, September 22nd with keynote speaker, two time Olympic Goal-Medalist, Heather Moyse”
• Concussion Awareness Program Information Session
Dr. William Montelpare and the Concussion Awareness Program team from UPEI will present a concussion information session at the Montague Regional High School cafeteria on September 27 at 6:00 pm. This session is open to the public – all are welcome to attend.
• Come Try Ringette Event in Montague: September 20th at 6:30, All you need is your skates and a helmet. There will be treats and prizes! Ringette Registration September 11th & 20th at Cavendish Farms Wellness Center 5:00 to 8:00 & September 22nd at CFWC 9:00 to 12:00. If there are any questions let me know through email kmhicken@upei.ca or phone/text 9023880758.

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Wednesday, Sept. 12

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Welcome Staff Guests: Chelsey MacDonald & April Ennis

Highlights for Today:
 Student Council applications can be picked up in room 139. Applications are due to Ms. Beaton on Friday, September 21.
 Grad Activity Day, has been postponed till tomorrow, due to the weather.
 Cafeteria: Chili Corn Carne, served with side salad & biscuit; Spaghetti & meatballs, tomato sauce & sautéed vegs.; ½ stacked honey & ham on flatbread with side dill pickle pasta salad or soup; Chicken Caesar salad wrap
 A huge thank you to Lynn Hayes and her family for the generous donation of RED magazines for the school library. We are so appreciative.
• Polar Expressions 13th annual Student Short Story & Poetry Contest (K through Gr.12 students are eligible) is happening now. Poetry deadline: November 16, 2018 and Short-story deadline: November 23, 2018! The last several years MRHS has had many submissions, some finishing nationally!!! Application forms and more info in the library!!!
• Students are encouraged to check out the following website http://www.legion.ca/communities-youth/youth-education/remembrance-contests for info on poster and literary contests offered through The Canadian Legion. Here’s your chance to win a trip for two to Ottawa for the National Remembrance day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2019! See Mrs. Killeen for more details, registration forms and brochures.
 Today is the Last Day for Grade 12’s to sign up for a Grad Photo Appointment!
 Readers Circle meeting today, Wednesday, Sept. 12, in the Library Conference room at 12:05pm for all new members. Feel free to bring your lunch!

Athletics:
• Women’s Volleyball- Wednesday 4-5:30, Thursday 4-5:30
• Men’s and women’s powerlifting will start today, Wednesday, Sept 12, 3:15 pm-5 pm, in the fitness centre.
• Women’s field hockey: Wednesday, Sept 12: 3:15-5 pm
• Men’s soccer: Practice Monday & Thursday, 3:15- 5:00 PM.

Grade 12’s:
• Heckbert’s Grad pictures – Sept. 17-20 (all Grads must have their picture taken by Heckbert’s for the composite, regardless of where they are having their pictures for purchase done)
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities

Upcoming Events:
• Lifetouch pictures – Monday, September 24 (pm only) Retakes-Mon. Oct 29th
• Concussion Awareness Program Information Session
Dr. William Montelpare and the Concussion Awareness Program team from UPEI will present a concussion information session at the Montague Regional High School cafeteria on September 27 at 6:00 pm. This session is open to the public – all are welcome to attend.
• Come Try Ringette Event in Montague: September 20th at 6:30, All you need is your skates and a helmet. There will be treats and prizes! Ringette Registration September 11th & 20th at Cavendish Farms Wellness Center 5:00 to 8:00 & September 22nd at CFWC 9:00 to 12:00. If there are any questions let me know through email kmhicken@upei.ca or phone/text 9023880758.

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Tuesday, Sept. 11

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Welcome Staff Guests: Mindy Johnston, April Ennis

Highlights for Today:

 Student Council applications can be picked up in room 139. Applications are due to Ms. Beaton on Friday, September 21.
 There are still a number of outstanding library books from last June from. Student accounts will be frozen until items returned or paid for: Drea Beck, Jadyn Chaulk, Damien Collings, Becca Curran, Michelle, deVries, Katelyn Decoste, Dylan Feener, Dalton Hanham, Damian Hayes, Noah Jory, Tansi Katz, Isaac Kemp, Brianna F MacDonald, Meadow MacKinnon, Kaitlyn MacLean, Emma MacNeill, Logan MacNeill, Danica Moore, Brandon Robertson, Marshall Ryan, Charity Shepard, Hailey Skrynsky, Shana Williams (3), Colby Whilt, Tristan Beausoiel and Joel Annear
 Concert Band: A Change of plans — Due to popular request, Concert Band rehearsals will now be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 7:30 am. All welcome!!
 Choir starts today 3:30-5:00. Everyone is welcome!
 Students interested in working in library afterschool Tuesday -Thursday 315-4pm should see Mrs. Killeen. You can accumulate volunteer hours.
 Cafeteria: Chicken Fajita served with Mexican Rice, Baked Nachos with choice of Chili or Cheese Sauce, Veggies and topped with Cheese, Chicken Snack Wrap with Soup of the day
 Looking for a new club to join? Love to read? There will be a Readers Circle meeting next Wednesday, Sept. 12, in the Library Conference room at 12:05pm for all new members. Feel free to bring your lunch! See Mrs. Killeen for more info!
 Workers Compensation Board is seeking 2 Grade 11 or 12 students for its Occupational Health & Safety Leadership Program. Students who are selected and complete all program requirements will receive $500 at the end of the school year. Pick up an application at Student Services.

Athletics:
• Men’s volleyball today, Tuesday (Sept 11) 6-8 pm.
• Women’s Volleyball- Tuesday 4-5:30, Wednesday 4-5:30, Thursday 4-5:30
• Men’s and women’s powerlifting will start on Wednesday, Sept 12, 3:15 pm-5 pm, in the fitness centre.
• Women’s soccer:
• Women’s field hockey: Wednesday, Sept 12: 3:15-5 pm
• Men’s soccer: Practice Monday & Thursday, 3:15- 5:00 PM.

Grade 12’s:
• Grad Activity Day, Brudenell – Wednesday, Sept. 12
• Heckbert’s Grad pictures – Sept. 17-20 (all Grads must have their picture taken by Heckbert’s for the composite, regardless of where they are having their pictures for purchase done)
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities

Upcoming Events:
• Lifetouch pictures – Monday, September 24 (pm only) Retakes-Mon. Oct 29th
• Concussion Awareness Program Information Session
Dr. William Montelpare and the Concussion Awareness Program team from UPEI will present a concussion information session at the Montague Regional High School cafeteria on September 27 at 6:00 pm. This session is open to the public – all are welcome to attend.

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Monday, Sept. 10th

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday: Drea Beck, Belated Wishes to Liam Byrne & Jackson VanDyke who celebrated on the weekend

Welcome Staff Guests: Chelsey MacDonald

Highlights for Today:

 Meet the Teacher tonight 6 PM, in the cafeteria.
 Stop by the library and get a book for reading period! Tons of new books have arrived! Don’t be shy and ask Mrs. Killeen for help!
 Student Council applications can be picked up in room 139. Applications are due to Ms. Beaton on Friday, September 21.
 There are still a number of outstanding library books from last June from. Student accounts will be frozen until items returned or paid for: Drea Beck, Jadyn Chaulk, Damien Collings, Becca Curran, Michelle, deVries, Katelyn Decoste, Dylan Feener, Dalton Hanham, Damian Hayes, Noah Jory, Tansi Katz, Isaac Kemp, Brianna F MacDonald, Meadow MacKinnon, Kaitlyn MacLean, Emma MacNeill, Logan MacNeill, Danica Moore, Brandon Robertson, Marshall Ryan, Charity Shepard, Hailey Skrynsky, Jason Thompson, Shana Williams (3), Colby Whilt, Tristan Beausoiel and Joel Annear .
 MUS 801A, don’t forget that your class is in the upstairs computer lab today. Bring your earbuds.
 Concert Band: A Change of plans — Due to popular request, Concert Band rehearsals will now be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 7:30 am. See you all there tomorrow morning. Everyone is welcome!!!
 Choir starts tomorrow 3:30-5:00. Everyone is welcome!
 Cross Country meeting and sign-up sheet in room 141 (chem lab) at 12:10 pm for anyone interested in cross-country running this fall. All are welcome
 Students interested in working in library afterschool Tuesday -Thursday 315-4pm should see Mrs. Killeen. You can accumulate volunteer hours.
 Looking for a new club to join? Love to read? There will be a Readers Circle meeting next Wednesday, Sept. 12, in the Library Conference room at 12:05pm for all new members. Feel free to bring your lunch! See Mrs. Killeen for more info!
 Workers Compensation Board is seeking 2 Grade 11 or 12 students for its Occupational Health & Safety Leadership Program. Students who are selected and complete all program requirements will receive $500 at the end of the school year. Pick up an application at Student Services.

Athletics:
• Men’s volleyball Monday (Sept 10) and Tuesday (Sept 11) of next week. Practice times are from 6-8 pm. Clean shoes are needed for participation.
• Men’s and women’s powerlifting will start on Wednesday, Sept 12, from 3:15 pm-5 pm, in the fitness centre.
• Women’s soccer: Outdoor practice today, Monday, Sept 10, 3:15 pm-5 pm.
• Women’s field hockey: Monday, Sept 10, and Wednesday, Sept 12: 3:15-5 pm
• Men’s soccer: Sign up sheet for Men’s Soccer team in the Phys Ed Area. Practice Monday, 3:15- 5:00 PM.

Grade 12’s:
• Grad Activity Day, Brudenell – Wednesday, Sept. 12
• Heckbert’s Grad pictures – Sept. 17-20 (all Grads must have their picture taken by Heckbert’s for the composite, regardless of where they are having their pictures for purchase done)
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities

Upcoming Events:
• Lifetouch pictures – Monday, September 24 (pm only) Retakes-Mon. Oct 29th
• Volleyball Skills Clinic: Rick Scott, head volleyball coach of the 6 time defending AUS champion Dal Tigers is coming to Kensington Intermediate Senior High to do a volleyball skills clinic on Sunday, September 9th. Open to all junior high and senior high player 11 am – 2 pm. The cost of the clinic is $50. To register, contact Richard Younker at rcyounker@gmail.com.

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