Wednesday, Nov. 13

It’s a “D-C Day”!

Happy Birthday: Jaden MacDonald, Mrs. MacDonald & Audra

Welcome Staff Guests: Mike Hambly, Brynn VanWiechen & Craig Inward

Highlights for Today:
• Today in the Cafeteria: Popcorn chicken over a bed of mashed potato, and hot veggies topped with homemade gravy
Fries with the works, with a fresh baked roll; Large beef taco wrap; Pizza: 3 cheese, pepperoni or beef taco
• All Fall Athletics whose sports have finished need to pass in their jersey Right Away to Ms. Trainor!!!
• Kings Youth Project Needs You! A new to Group to Support 2SLGBTQIA+ Youth and their allies is having a brain storming meeting today, Wednesday, Nov. 13 Montague Library, 11:45-1 pm. All youth welcome, come and share your ideas. FREE FOOD!!

Athletics:
• Intramural Dodgeball: TBA

Music Dept.
• All members of the vocal ensemble are reminded that they have rehearsal with the jazz ensemble Monday morning at 7:30 am and they must have their uniforms on as we will be leaving for Georgetown at 9:30 am on Monday.
• All members of the instrumental music class, jazz and vocal ensembles, concert band and drama class are reminded that they will have a tech run for the Remembrance Day Service Tuesday after school from 3:30-5:00. All must attend.

Weekly Events:
• SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) meets every Thursday in room 95 at 11:50. Bring your lunch.
• SAFE meeting every Tuesday in Mr. Lea’s room at 12
• There will be no readers’ circle or colouring circle with Mrs. Killeen for the next two Wednesdays. Action will start back up on Nov 27th!

Reminders:
• All Students must pay $20 Student Fees
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

November is Financial Literacy Month!
Join CPA Sarah Doyle for a presentation on ‘How to Teach Your Kids About Money’ to get information and tips to help you raise kids who are financially independent and responsible. Learn about some tools and resources to help you with age appropriate teaching for young children, pre-teens, teenagers and emerging adults.

This is a FREE session and everyone is welcome!
Montague Rotary Library, Wed., Nov. 13 6:00 pm.

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Tuesday, Nov. 12

It’s a “C-D Day”!

Happy Birthday: Lauren McCarron
Belated Wishes to Raelin MacLean & Trent Quinn

Welcome Staff Guests: Brian Crane, Brynn VanWiechen, Mike Hambly, Craig Inward & Nicholas Lamacchia

Highlights for Today:
• Today in the Cafeteria: Stuffed chili and cheese baked potato, side salad; Chicken fajita with Mexican rice
1/2 ham and cheddar ranch wrap with carrot sticks; Pizza slice: 3 cheese, pepperoni or bacon
• All Fall Athletics whose sports have finished need to pass in their jersey Right Away to Ms. Trainor!!!

Athletics:
• Intramural Dodgeball: Staffhawks Vs Poutine

Cafeteria Wednesday: Popcorn chicken over a bed of mashed potato, and hot veggies topped with homemade gravy
Fries with the works, with a fresh baked roll; Large beef taco wrap; Pizza: 3 cheese, pepperoni or beef taco

Music Dept.
• All members of the vocal ensemble are reminded that they have rehearsal with the jazz ensemble Monday morning at 7:30 am and they must have their uniforms on as we will be leaving for Georgetown at 9:30 am on Monday.
• All members of the instrumental music class, jazz and vocal ensembles, concert band and drama class are reminded that they will have a tech run for the Remembrance Day Service Tuesday after school from 3:30-5:00. All must attend.

Weekly Events:
• SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) meets every Thursday in room 95 at 11:50. Bring your lunch.
• SAFE meeting every Tuesday in Mr. Lea’s room at 12
• There will be no readers’ circle or colouring circle with Mrs. Killeen for the next two Wednesdays. Action will start back up on Nov 27th!

Reminders:
• All Students must pay $20 Student Fees
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

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Thursday, Nov. 7

It’s a “D-C Day”!

Welcome Staff Guests: Kyle Adams, Brynn VanWiechen, Wanda Cheverie & Darby Myers

Highlights for Today:
• Today in the Cafeteria: Hearty beef stew, fresh baked roll and a special cookie; Pulled pork on a bun with side salad; Grilled cheese sandwich
• There will be a block meeting on Thursday at the beginning of your peer helping block in Ms. Beaton’s room.
• Ms. Beaton has 13 SPC cards left to sell. Cards are $10 and entitle you to great discounts. Get yours before she sells out.
• Alec MacDougall, Lilla Garnhum, Mia Martell, Kyra Norton, and Kayda Hawkins please see Ms. Beaton.
• Concert Band: Remember to take your instrument home tonight. See you at the Montague Legion at 10:15 Monday morning.
• Vocal Ensemble: See you all at Murray Harbour Baptist Church at 2:30 0n Monday in uniform and ready to sing.
• Thanks to our concert band and vocal ensemble for giving their time to pay respect to the veterans and represent MRHS at Montague and Murray Harbour Remembrance Day Services. 
• Picture retake orders- Students if you would like to do a paper and money order pass in to Mrs. Killeen before this Friday, November 8 at 12 noon. Parents are strongly encouraged to place all orders online and those are due Tuesday, Nov 12th Homeroom teachers send orders directly to Mrs. Killeen in the library.
• All Fall Athletics whose sports have finished need to pass in their jersey Right Away to Ms. Trainor!!!

Athletics:
• Intramural Dodgeball: Hotshots Vs Poutine
• Basketball Tryouts this week, Thurs/Friday Men’s 5-7 pm & Women’s 7-9 pm. A list will be posted this afternoon for the Men’s team of those who are asked to attend tonight & tomorrow night. Please be sure to check for your name on this list before attending tonight’s session.
• Rugby Practice, Thursday Nov. 7, 3:30-4:30, outside, everyone welcome!
• Men’s Pick-Up Basketball every Thursday 7:30 pm. All are welcome, any students who are trying out for the men’s team are strongly encouraged to attend.
• MRHS Wrestling Team Practice Schedule: Mondays 5:00-6:30 pm Wednesdays at 4:30-6:00 pm

Music Dept.
• All members of the vocal ensemble are reminded that they have rehearsal with the jazz ensemble Monday morning at 7:30 am and they must have their uniforms on as we will be leaving for Georgetown at 9:30 am on Monday.
• All members of the instrumental music class, jazz and vocal ensembles, concert band and drama class are reminded that they will have a tech run for the Remembrance Day Service Tuesday after school from 3:30-5:00. All must attend.

Weekly Events:
• SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) meets every Thursday in room 95 at 11:50. Bring your lunch.
• SAFE meeting every Tuesday in Mr. Lea’s room at 12
• There will be no readers’ circle or colouring circle with Mrs. Killeen for the next two Wednesdays. Action will start back up on Nov 27th!

Reminders:
• All Students must pay $20 Student Fees
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Grade 12’s
• Grade 12’s interested in attending UPEI or Holland College should sign up now for their open houses on November 8th. UPEI is from 9am-1pm and Holland College is from 1-4pm. Students MUST register online to attend the event. You will get a tour of the specific program you are interested in. Both schools will also waive your application fee.

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Wednesday, Nov. 6

It’s a “C-D Day”!

Happy Birthday: Trey Perry, Barbara Ross

Welcome Staff Guests: Evan Stewart, Kyle Adams, Kenneth Nicolle & Wanda Cheverie

Highlights for Today:
• Today in the Cafeteria: Large cold plate (potato salad, coleslaw, sliced ham and turkey, with sliced cucumber and tomato; Shepherd’s pie with side salad and fresh baked roll
• Student Council volunteers who are escorting veterans, please meet in the lobby @ 10 am.
• There will be a block meeting on Thursday at the beginning of your peer helping block in Ms. Beaton’s room.
• Ms. Beaton has 13 SPC cards left to sell. Cards are $10 and entitle you to great discounts. Get yours before she sells out.
• Students attending the UPEI open house and who have not yet applied for admission should see Ms. Victor or Ms. Sanderson today. Please look on grade 12 classroom for information and map.
• Picture Retake proofs have arrived and teachers will be distributing Wednesday morning. Students if you would like to do a paper and money order get to Mrs. Killeen before this Friday, November 8 at 12 noon. Parents are strongly encouraged to place all orders online and those are due Tuesday, Nov 12th Homeroom teachers send orders directly to Mrs. Killeen in the library.
• There will be no readers’ circle or colouring circle with Mrs. Killeen for the next two Wednesdays. Action will start back up on Nov 27th!
• All Fall Athletics whose sports have finished need to pass in their jersey Right Away to Ms. Trainor!!!

Cafeteria:
Thursday: Hearty beef stew, fresh baked roll and a special cookie; Pulled pork on a bun with side salad; Grilled cheese sandwich

Athletics:
• Intramural Dodgeball: Bhys Vs Staffhawks
• Basketball Tryouts this week, Wed/Thurs/Friday Men’s 5-7 pm & Women’s 7-9 pm.
• Rugby Practice, Thursday Nov. 7 3:30-4:30, outside, everyone welcome!
• Men’s Pick-Up Basketball every Thursday 7:30 pm. All are welcome, any students who are trying out for the men’s team are strongly encouraged to attend.
• MRHS Wrestling Team Practice Schedule: Mondays 5:00-6:30 pm Wednesdays at 4:30-6:00 pm

Library:
• Postcards for Peace is a learning activity in which youth send messages of thanks to those who served and those who continue to serve Canada in times of war, military conflict and peace. If students wish to send a postcard to a veteran, the Library will cover the cost of the postage. Postcards should contain an appropriate message and no personal information should be shared. Please get your postcard in the Library and return it by Wednesday, November 6. See Mrs. Killeen for a card.
• Remembrance Day contest: Students are encouraged to check out the following website http://www.legion.ca/communitiesyouth/youtheducation/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. Our students often place in the top 3! Deadline for entries is Wednesday Nov 6. Get your submissions in.

Music Dept.
• All members of the vocal ensemble are reminded that they have rehearsal with the jazz ensemble Monday morning at 7:30 am and they must have their uniforms on as we will be leaving for Georgetown at 9:30 am on Monday.
• All members of the instrumental music class, jazz and vocal ensembles, concert band and drama class are reminded that they will have a tech run for the Remembrance Day Service Tuesday after school from 3:30-5:00. All must attend.

Weekly Events:
• Colouring Circle is on Wednesdays in Library Room 106 at 12noon. See Mrs. Killeen for details. Feel free to bring your lunch. Supplies provided, but if you have your own, bring that along!
• SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) meets every Thursday in room 95 at 11:50. Bring your lunch.
• SAFE meeting every Tuesday in Mr. Lea’s room at 12

Reminders:
• All Students must pay $20 Student Fees
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Grade 12’s
• Grade 12’s interested in attending UPEI or Holland College should sign up now for their open houses on November 8th. UPEI is from 9am-1pm and Holland College is from 1-4pm. Students MUST register online to attend the event. You will get a tour of the specific program you are interested in. Both schools will also waive your application fee.

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Tuesday, Nov. 5

It’s a “D-C Day”!

Happy Birthday: Hannah MacKenzie

Welcome Staff Guests: Anne Thompson, Kyla Hume, Craig Thompson & Brynn VanWiechen

Highlights for Today:
• Today in the Cafeteria: Chicken quesadilla with Mexican rice; Philly cheese steak on hoagie bread; 1/2 breaded chicken ranch wrap with side pasta salad
• UNB will be hosting “Discover UNB Events” today at 7pm at the Credit Union Place, Summerside & November 6, 2019 at 2019 at 7pm at the Delta Prince Edward, Charlottetown. The session will feature a presentation and a chance to talk with UNB representatives about admissions, scholarships, student life and more. Please arrive at 6:30pm for Admission on the Spot. RSVP online at unb.ca/recruitment
• All Fall Athletics whose sports have finished need to pass in their jersey Right Away to Ms. Trainor!!!

Cafeteria:
Wednesday: Large cold plate (potato salad, coleslaw, sliced ham and turkey, with sliced cucumber and tomato; Shepherd’s pie with side salad and fresh baked roll
Thursday: Hearty beef stew, fresh baked roll and a special cookie; Pulled pork on a bun with side salad; Grilled cheese sandwich

Athletics:
• Intramural Dodgeball: Hotshots Vs. Stubbys
• Men’s Pick-Up Basketball every Thursday 7:30 pm. All are welcome, any students who are trying out for the men’s team are strongly encouraged to attend.
• MRHS Wrestling Team Practice Schedule: Mondays 5:00-6:30 pm Wednesdays at 4:30-6:00 pm

Library:
• Postcards for Peace is a learning activity in which youth send messages of thanks to those who served and those who continue to serve Canada in times of war, military conflict and peace. If students wish to send a postcard to a veteran, the Library will cover the cost of the postage. Postcards should contain an appropriate message and no personal information should be shared. Please get your postcard in the Library and return it by Wednesday, November 6. See Mrs. Killeen for a card.
• Remembrance Day contest: Students are encouraged to check out the following website http://www.legion.ca/communitiesyouth/youtheducation/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. Our students often place in the top 3! Deadline for entries is Wednesday Nov 6. Get your submissions in.

Music Dept.
• All members of the vocal ensemble are reminded that they have rehearsal with the jazz ensemble Monday morning at 7:30 am and they must have their uniforms on as we will be leaving for Georgetown at 9:30 am on Monday.
• All members of the instrumental music class, jazz and vocal ensembles, concert band and drama class are reminded that they will have a tech run for the Remembrance Day Service Tuesday after school from 3:30-5:00. All must attend.

Weekly Events:
• Colouring Circle is on Wednesdays in Library Room 106 at 12noon. See Mrs. Killeen for details. Feel free to bring your lunch. Supplies provided, but if you have your own, bring that along!
• SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) meets every Thursday in room 95 at 11:50. Bring your lunch.
• SAFE meeting every Tuesday in Mr. Lea’s room at 12

Reminders:
• All Students must pay $20 Student Fees
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Grade 12’s
• Grade 12’s interested in attending UPEI or Holland College should sign up now for their open houses on November 8th. UPEI is from 9am-1pm and Holland College is from 1-4pm. Students MUST register online to attend the event. You will get a tour of the specific program you are interested in. Both schools will also waive your application fee.

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Monday, Nov. 4

It’s a “C-D Day”!

Happy Birthday: Sara Murphy
Belated Birthday Wishes to Taylynn Blackett, Gabe Inman, Eve Ellsworth & Britney MacDonald who all celebrated on the weekend!

Welcome Staff Guests: Charles Sanderson, Wanda Cheverie & Dawn Martell

Highlights for Today:
• Today in the Cafeteria: Creamy ham and potato casserole topped with cracker crumbs, cheese and a fresh baked roll; Chili and cheese on fries with a small juice box; Deli subs
• Today, Monday, November 4 from 1:55 – 3:00 pm, Shannon Sullivan, an Admissions Officer from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario will be visiting our school. If you are interested in learning more about their exciting degree programs, scholarships and the advantages of studying in the Nation’s capital you won’t want to Ms. Shannon’s presentation. For more information and to sign up please see Ms. Victor or Ms. Sanderson
• All Fall Athletics whose sports have finished need to pass in their jersey Right Away to Ms. Trainor!!!

Cafeteria:
Tuesday: Chicken quesadilla with Mexican rice; Philly cheese steak on hoagie bread; 1/2 breaded chicken ranch wrap with side pasta salad
Wednesday: Large cold plate (potato salad, coleslaw, sliced ham and turkey, with sliced cucumber and tomato; Shepherd’s pie with side salad and fresh baked roll
Thursday: Hearty beef stew, fresh baked roll and a special cookie; Pulled pork on a bun with side salad; Grilled cheese sandwich

Athletics:
• Intramural Dodgeball: None today
• Men’s Pick-Up Basketball every Thursday 7:30 pm. All are welcome, any students who are trying out for the men’s team are strongly encouraged to attend.
• MRHS Wrestling Team Practice Schedule: Mondays 5:00-6:30 pm Wednesdays at 4:30-6:00 pm

Library:
• Postcards for Peace is a learning activity in which youth send messages of thanks to those who served and those who continue to serve Canada in times of war, military conflict and peace. If students wish to send a postcard to a veteran, the Library will cover the cost of the postage. Postcards should contain an appropriate message and no personal information should be shared. Please get your postcard in the Library and return it by Wednesday, November 6. See Mrs. Killeen for a card.
• Remembrance Day contest: Students are encouraged to check out the following website http://www.legion.ca/communitiesyouth/youtheducation/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. Our students often place in the top 3! Deadline for entries is Wednesday Nov 6. Get your submissions in.

Music Dept.
• All members of the vocal ensemble are reminded that they have rehearsal with the jazz ensemble Monday morning at 7:30 am and they must have their uniforms on as we will be leaving for Georgetown at 9:30 am on Monday.
• All members of the instrumental music class, jazz and vocal ensembles, concert band and drama class are reminded that they will have a tech run for the Remembrance Day Service Tuesday after school from 3:30-5:00. All must attend.

Weekly Events:
• Colouring Circle is on Wednesdays in Library Room 106 at 12noon. See Mrs. Killeen for details. Feel free to bring your lunch. Supplies provided, but if you have your own, bring that along!
• SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) meets every Thursday in room 95 at 11:50. Bring your lunch.
• SAFE meeting every Tuesday in Mr. Lea’s room at 12

Reminders:
• All Students must pay $20 Student Fees
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Grade 12’s
• Grade 12’s interested in attending UPEI or Holland College should sign up now for their open houses on November 8th. UPEI is from 9am-1pm and Holland College is from 1-4pm. Students MUST register online to attend the event. You will get a tour of the specific program you are interested in. Both schools will also waive your application fee.
• The University of New Brunswick will be hosting “Discover UNB Events” on November 5th, 2019 at 7pm at the Credit Union Place, Summerside and on November 6, 2019 at 2019 at 7pm at the Delta Prince Edward, Charlottetown. The session will feature a presentation and a chance to talk with UNB representatives about admissions, scholarships, student life and more. The sessions are open to anyone who is interested in learning more about UNB. Interested grade 12 students can have their application assessed on the spot at the event. Please arrive at 6:30pm for Admission on the Spot. RSVP online at unb.ca/recruitment

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Friday, Nov. 1

It’s a “D-C Day”!

Happy Birthday: Lauren King & Rebecca Pirch

Welcome Staff Guests: Wanda Cheverie, Kenneth Nicolle, Mike Hambly, Lindsay Hume & Craig Inward

Highlights for Today:
• Today in the Cafeteria: Teriyaki chicken with veggies over a bed of Chinese noodles, fortune cookie and Chopsticks (5.75) Philly cheese steak on hoagie bread (5.50) Grilled cheese sandwich (3.25)
• Men’s Basketball Shoot Around that was cancelled last night, will go tonight from 6-8 pm.
• Good Luck to the Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer & Women’s Volleyball who are participating in the PEISSA this weekend! Soccer is at Cornwall Turf, Women’s 9 am, Men’s 11 am, and Women’s volleyball is at Souris High @ 12:30 pm.
• All Fall Athletics whose sports have finished need to pass in their jersey Right Away to Ms. Trainor!!!

Spirit Week Wraps Up Today…
• Show us your Viking Pride by participating!
• Today is Retro Day. Are you wearing clothing from the past?

Athletics:
• Intramural Dodgeball: Bhys vs Poutine
• Men’s Pick-Up Basketball every Thursday 7:30 pm. All are welcome, any students who are trying out for the men’s team are strongly encouraged to attend.
• MRHS Wrestling Team Practice Schedule: Mondays 5:00-6:30 pm Wednesdays at 4:30-6:00 pm

Library:
• Postcards for Peace is a learning activity in which youth send messages of thanks to those who served and those who continue to serve Canada in times of war, military conflict and peace. If students wish to send a postcard to a veteran, the Library will cover the cost of the postage. Postcards should contain an appropriate message and no personal information should be shared. Please get your postcard in the Library and return it by Wednesday, November 6. See Mrs. Killeen for a card.
• Remembrance Day contest: Students are encouraged to check out the following website http://www.legion.ca/communitiesyouth/youtheducation/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. Our students often place in the top 3! Deadline for entries is Wednesday Nov 6. Get your submissions in.

Music Dept.
• All members of the vocal ensemble are reminded that they have rehearsal with the jazz ensemble Monday morning at 7:30 am and they must have their uniforms on as we will be leaving for Georgetown at 9:30 am on Monday.
• All members of the instrumental music class, jazz and vocal ensembles, concert band and drama class are reminded that they will have a tech run for the Remembrance Day Service Tuesday after school from 3:30-5:00. All must attend.

Weekly Events:
• Colouring Circle is on Wednesdays in Library Room 106 at 12noon. See Mrs. Killeen for details. Feel free to bring your lunch. Supplies provided, but if you have your own, bring that along!
• SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) meets every Thursday in room 95 at 11:50. Bring your lunch.
• SAFE meeting every Tuesday in Mr. Lea’s room at 12

Reminders:
• All Students must pay $20 Student Fees
• All Grade 12 students must pay a Grad fee of $40.00 to offset the cost of grad activities.

Grade 12’s
• Grade 12’s interested in attending UPEI or Holland College should sign up now for their open houses on November 8th. UPEI is from 9am-1pm and Holland College is from 1-4pm. Students MUST register online to attend the event. You will get a tour of the specific program you are interested in. Both schools will also waive your application fee.
• The University of New Brunswick will be hosting “Discover UNB Events” on November 5th, 2019 at 7pm at the Credit Union Place, Summerside and on November 6, 2019 at 2019 at 7pm at the Delta Prince Edward, Charlottetown. The session will feature a presentation and a chance to talk with UNB representatives about admissions, scholarships, student life and more. The sessions are open to anyone who is interested in learning more about UNB. Interested grade 12 students can have their application assessed on the spot at the event. Please arrive at 6:30pm for Admission on the Spot. RSVP online at unb.ca/recruitment
• Any grade 12 students wanting information about Carleton University should come and see Ms. Victor. A representative from their school will be at MRHS next week from 2-3 but students must be signed up with Ms. Victor prior to.

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