Friday, April 20th

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Welcome Staff Guests: Mindy Johnston, Morgan Hennessey, Sara Visser,  Heather Brooks, Mike Hambly, Cassandra Sewell & April Ennis

Highlights for Today:
• Cake Auction…in the cafeteria at lunch. All the proceeds will be going to Easter Seals
• Fly –Tying today @ 11:45 in Mr. Trainor’s Room, all are welcome.
• There is a grad activity committee meeting today Friday at 12:00 noon in room 119
• The following people are pleased asked to go to room #133 for reading period: Sami-Dee Chaisson, Ruth Visser, Katelyn Visser, Morgan Jardine, Allison Vandaele, Carson Haley, Nicole MacDonald, Arika Pollard and Jenna White
• Cafeteria’s Special: Lasagna & side salad & fresh roll; Egg roll on a bed of freshly made Spanish rice; Grilled Cheese with soup of the day; Soup –Chicken Noodle & Crackers
• REMINDER ABSOLUTELY NO FOOD OR DRINK IN LIBRARY

Athletics:
• Basketball Intramurals: Trick Shots VS Hoops I Did It Again
• Triathlon –Did you pay your registration fee? Did you get your release signed? Is there air in your bike tires?
Triathlon is one month away, so it’s time to get going if you haven’t already started your training. Please see Mr. MacDonald for a schedule, a release form or to pay your fee. There will NOT be brick training tomorrow (April 21) but you are encouraged to run and bike on your own this weekend.
• Men’s Rugby practice every Tuesday & Thursday 3:30 – 6:00

Upcoming Events:

Grade 12’s:

• Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and The Jim Stirling Scholarship. Each scholarship is valued at $1000. Deadline for submission is Friday, May 18th, 2018. Applications can also be found in Student Services or on the website at: http://hockeypei.com/page.php?page_id=40723
• The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Atlantic Branch, will be offering four $500 bursaries, one for each of the Atlantic Provinces this year. I have enclosed the application for you to distribute to students that are returning to school in the fall and whose families are affected financially by kidney disease. This year’s deadline is June 15, 2018 and you may forward completed applications to me at the above address or they can be emailed to kidneyatlantic@kidney.ca
• 4-H PEI Scholarships The PEI 4-H Council and PEI 4-H Alumni offer a $1000 Scholarship (each) to a 4-H member in good standing, graduating from a recognized Island school of learning in the year in which the scholarship is awarded. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• 4-H PEI is pleased to offer travel award opportunities for 4-H PEI members. Travel awards may differ from year to year based on what is available through the National and International 4-H travel programs. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• PEI Mutual Scholarship applications are now available at Student Services. Financial need and academic achievement are the main criteria. Due Date May 11, 2018.
• The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship An Atlantic Canadian student attending an Atlantic Canadian university in the areas of science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship or math, will receive $10,000 per year for four years. The recipient will also receive a paid, 12-week internship and a senior mentor from one of Emera’s companies. The deadline to apply for The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship is April 26, 2018.
For more details on this and other scholarships offered by Emera Inc., please visit our website at http://www.emera.com/scholarships

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Thursday, April 19th

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday: Braden Gillis

Welcome Staff Guests: Mindy Johnston, Morgan Hennessey, Trisha Harris, Nicole Butler, Heather Brooks, Mike Hambly & April Ennis

Highlights for Today:
• Cake Auction…tomorrow, Friday in the cafeteria at lunch. All the proceeds will be going to Easter Seals
• Cafeteria’s Special: Beef Broccoli Stir Fry on a bed of Chinese Noodles & Egg Roll, Fortune Cookie & Chop Sticks; Philly Cheese on a bun; ½ Ham & Cheddar Wrap with soup of the day; Soup-Hearty Beef Pasta & Crackers
• Any students interested in joining prom committee, there will be a meeting at the beginning of lunch in Mrs. Murphy’s room. If you are not able to attend but would like to be on the committee please see Mrs. Murphy.
• Student well-being team will be offering drop in services from 10 to 11 am today in room 86.
• REMINDER ABSOLUTELY NO FOOD OR DRINK IN LIBRARY

Athletics:
• Basketball Intramurals: Trident’s VS Fling Tropic
• Men’s Rugby practice every Tuesday & Thursday 3:30 – 6:00
• Badminton
Juvenile Doubles at MRHS at 4pm
Boys Doubles:
1. Jack Munroe / Jacob Stewart
2. Joel MacEachern / Reid Peardon
3. Jason Gormley / Logan MacNeil

Girls Doubles:
1. Halle Stewart / Gabby Macdonald
2. Briana Creed / Courtney McGeoghan
3. Katelyn Drake / Sophia MacEachern

Senior Doubles at C’town Rural at 4pm (arrive 20 minutes early)
Girls Doubles:
1. Morgan Jardine / Airika Pollard
2. Lelly Clements / Abby Munroe
3. Alyssa MacNeill / Bray MacEachern

Boys Doubles:
Colin Curran / Cam White
Evan Stewart / Stephen McGeoghan
Tanner Crant / Ty Peardon

Upcoming Events:
• Fly Tying-Friday @ 11:45 in Mr. Trainor’s Room, all are welcome.

Grade 12’s:

• There is a grad activity committee meeting on Friday at 12:00 noon in room 119
• Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and The Jim Stirling Scholarship. Each scholarship is valued at $1000. Deadline for submission is Friday, May 18th, 2018. Applications can also be found in Student Services or on the website at: http://hockeypei.com/page.php?page_id=40723
• The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Atlantic Branch, will be offering four $500 bursaries, one for each of the Atlantic Provinces this year. I have enclosed the application for you to distribute to students that are returning to school in the fall and whose families are affected financially by kidney disease. This year’s deadline is June 15, 2018 and you may forward completed applications to me at the above address or they can be emailed to kidneyatlantic@kidney.ca
• 4-H PEI Scholarships The PEI 4-H Council and PEI 4-H Alumni offer a $1000 Scholarship (each) to a 4-H member in good standing, graduating from a recognized Island school of learning in the year in which the scholarship is awarded. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• 4-H PEI is pleased to offer travel award opportunities for 4-H PEI members. Travel awards may differ from year to year based on what is available through the National and International 4-H travel programs. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• PEI Mutual Scholarship applications are now available at Student Services. Financial need and academic achievement are the main criteria. Due Date May 11, 2018.
• The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship An Atlantic Canadian student attending an Atlantic Canadian university in the areas of science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship or math, will receive $10,000 per year for four years. The recipient will also receive a paid, 12-week internship and a senior mentor from one of Emera’s companies. The deadline to apply for The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship is April 26, 2018.
For more details on this and other scholarships offered by Emera Inc., please visit our website at http://www.emera.com/scholarships

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Wednesday, April 18th

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday: Mrs. Hicken!! & Belated Birthday Wishes to: Justin Flynn & Jayden Johnston & Margaret Langill

Welcome Staff Guests: Mindy Johnston, Nicole Butler, Heather Brooks, Mike Hambly
& April Ennis

Highlights for Today:
• Cake Auction…this Friday in the cafeteria at lunch. All the proceeds will be going to Easter Seals
• All Students are to go to A Block class, for attendance and wait to be called to the cafeteria.
• Gentle Reminder that your parents know that there are regular classes this afternoon!!
• Men’s & Women’s Hockey Players-Please return your Jersey to Ms. Trainor ASAP!
• Cafeteria’s Special: Beef Tacos with Rice & Corn; Fresh Beef Burger with extra toppings; ½ Thai Chicken Wrap & Soup; Soup of the Day Corn Chowder
• Badminton practice after school today for all players not playing in this evenings tourney.
Badminton Tourney after school today at Francois Buote beginning at 4:30. Please arrive 20 minutes early to warm up.
Mixed Doubles:
1. Grace Gormley / Colin Curran
2. Airika Pollard / Cam White
3. Kelly Clements / Ty Peardon
Doubles tournament play will resume tomorrow with a change in venue for the seniors (Charlottetown Rural instead of Souris). Juvenile doubles tournament will remain here at MRHS Start time is 4:00 pm. If you cannot attend please let Mr. Hayes know this morning.

Athletics:
• Basketball Intramurals: Staff Hawks VS The Wight Knights
• The Cardigan and Area Minor Ball Association has released the dates, times and location for player registration for the 2018 season. The registration sessions are as follows: Wednesday, 18 April 2018 at the Cardigan Village Office (6 pm – 8 pm) Saturday, 21 April 2018 at the Cardigan Village Office (9 am – 2 pm) Registration forms can be found at: https://www.baseballpei.ca/cardiganforms
• Men’s Rugby practice every Tuesday & Thursday 3:30 – 6:00

Upcoming Events:

Grade 12’s:

• There is a grad activity committee meeting on Friday at 12:00 noon in room 119
• Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and The Jim Stirling Scholarship. Each scholarship is valued at $1000. Deadline for submission is Friday, May 18th, 2018. Applications can also be found in Student Services or on the website at: http://hockeypei.com/page.php?page_id=40723
• The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Atlantic Branch, will be offering four $500 bursaries, one for each of the Atlantic Provinces this year. I have enclosed the application for you to distribute to students that are returning to school in the fall and whose families are affected financially by kidney disease. This year’s deadline is June 15, 2018 and you may forward completed applications to me at the above address or they can be emailed to kidneyatlantic@kidney.ca
• 4-H PEI Scholarships The PEI 4-H Council and PEI 4-H Alumni offer a $1000 Scholarship (each) to a 4-H member in good standing, graduating from a recognized Island school of learning in the year in which the scholarship is awarded. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• 4-H PEI is pleased to offer travel award opportunities for 4-H PEI members. Travel awards may differ from year to year based on what is available through the National and International 4-H travel programs. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• PEI Mutual Scholarship applications are now available at Student Services. Financial need and academic achievement are the main criteria. Due Date May 11, 2018.
• The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship An Atlantic Canadian student attending an Atlantic Canadian university in the areas of science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship or math, will receive $10,000 per year for four years. The recipient will also receive a paid, 12-week internship and a senior mentor from one of Emera’s companies. The deadline to apply for The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship is April 26, 2018.
For more details on this and other scholarships offered by Emera Inc., please visit our website at http://www.emera.com/scholarships

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Monday, April 16th

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday: Logan MacNeill & Chloe Murphy! Belated wishes to Nathan Fitzpatrick, Mikayla Gill, Merlin M’Cloud, Owen O’Neill & Jessica Perry

Welcome Staff Guests: Mindy Johnston, Nicole Butler, Anna Howlett, Heather Brooks, Harris Campbell, Katie Hicken & April Ennis

Highlights for Today:
• Get in on the draw!! All students who have registered for the Wellness Expo by 4PM on Monday will have their name in a draw for Gift Cards!!
• The following students please go to room 141 for a short meeting at 12:10 today: Jessica Perry, Luke Myers, Katie E MacNeill, Darian Rice, Evan Stewart and Kyla White
• Viking Pin applications are due in 15 school days. Stop by library for an application and submit to Mrs. Killeen by May 7th!
• Reminder to teachers: Job Fair at the Cavendish Wellness Centre today 12:30- 2:00 today! Any teachers who would like to take their class over PLEASE let Ms. A know before you go!
• Cafeteria’s Special: Chicken Burgers Or Chicken Fingers With Wedges; Breaded Drum Stick With Wedges; ½ Chicken Caesar Wrap With Soup Of The Day; Soup Of The Day: Veggie With Crackers
• Men’s & Women’s Hockey Players-Please return your Jersey to Ms. Trainor ASAP!
• The following students have been chosen to take place in the Fly-fishing session during the Wellness Fair & MUST SEE MR TRAINOR:
Noah Greencorn, Joel MacEachern, Trey Doiron, Emma Stewart, Jason Giersdorf, Kody Burnside, Issac Mc Guirk, Thadeus Rooney, Brodie McCarthy, Joe Brothers, Travis Lapointe & Kristin MacIntyre. Please see Mr. Trainor ASAP for a permission form. There will be a brief meeting on Monday, April 16th.
• Badminton Regional tournament tonight, Players may need to leave early to arrive at the venues prior to 4 pm to warm -up… please arrive 20 minutes early Juvenile Singles at Rural (Girls at 4pm and boys at 6:30)
1. Halle Stewart
2. Gabby Macdonald
3. Briana Creed
4. Courtney McGeoghan
Boys:
1. Jack Munroe
2. Jacob Stewart
3. Reid Peardon
4. Joel MacEachern
Senior Singles at Gray (Girls at 4 pm; Boys at 6:30 pm)
Girls
1. Grace Gormley
2. Morgan Jardine
3. Abby Munroe
Boys
1. Evan Stewart
2. Stephen McGeoghan
3. Darian Rice
4. Hunter Wight
Players not playing in this evening’s regional event can practice after school in the gym thanks to Mr. Phil Macdonald.

Athletics:
• Basketball Intramurals: Hoops I Did IT Again VS Flint Tropic
• Women’s softball practice after school today (outside)
• The Cardigan and Area Minor Ball Association has released the dates, times and location for player registration for the 2018 season. The registration sessions are as follows: Wednesday, 18 April 2018 at the Cardigan Village Office (6 pm – 8 pm) Saturday, 21 April 2018 at the Cardigan Village Office (9 am – 2 pm) Registration forms can be found at: https://www.baseballpei.ca/cardiganforms
• Men’s Rugby practice every Tuesday & Thursday 3:30 – 6:00

Upcoming Events:
• Wellness Expo 2018 On Wednesday, April 18th in the morning, we will be having our second Wellness Expo at MRHS due to the fact it was so well received in the fall. Registration will take place on line this time – go to
mrhswellnessexpo2018.sched.com/signup to sign up for sessions. You will have to create an account first. There are two session times, however, some sessions are doubles, in which case you should only sign up for one. Registration should be completed by Friday, April 13. Space is limited in the sessions, so register soon! First come, first served! Please be aware that participants for the fly-fishing session will be chosen by lottery – you should sign up for alternative sessions in case you are not selected.
• This Thursday evening during parent-guardian/teacher interviews, everyone is welcome to drop by the information booth presented by the Student Well-being Team in the lobby. Displays include the survey results from the 2017 student tobacco survey, and the results of the recent grade 12 student survey on the upcoming ‘lunch and learn’ sessions that will be happening in May! Also, we are pleased that the Youth Addiction Counselor will be joining the Student Well-being Team to answer questions about the upcoming cannabis regulations. We have useful information to help you talk to your teen about cannabis.
We are here to help so please drop by and have a chat. We look forward to hearing from you.

Grade 12’s:
• Grade 12 students there have been scholarships deadlines added the Montague Regional High School Calendar. Please come up to Student Services if you have any questions.

• Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and The Jim Stirling Scholarship. Each scholarship is valued at $1000. Deadline for submission is Friday, May 18th, 2018. Applications can also be found in Student Services or on the website at: http://hockeypei.com/page.php?page_id=40723
• The Saint Dunstan’s Scholarship is intended for incoming full-time undergraduate students at the University of Prince Edward Island who are practicing Roman Catholics and whose permanent residence is within the Diocese of Charlottetown. Requirements and online application form available in Student Services Award Value – $5,000 Deadline: April 15th, 2018
• PEI Fisherman Association Bursary $2,000 scholarships awarded to two students from each fishing local for a total of twelve scholarships. Candidates will only be eligible for one local. Requirements and applications available in Student Services Deadline April 13th, 2018
• The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Atlantic Branch, will be offering four $500 bursaries, one for each of the Atlantic Provinces this year. I have enclosed the application for you to distribute to students that are returning to school in the fall and whose families are affected financially by kidney disease. This year’s deadline is June 15, 2018 and you may forward completed applications to me at the above address or they can be emailed to kidneyatlantic@kidney.ca
• 4-H PEI Scholarships The PEI 4-H Council and PEI 4-H Alumni offer a $1000 Scholarship (each) to a 4-H member in good standing, graduating from a recognized Island school of learning in the year in which the scholarship is awarded. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• 4-H PEI is pleased to offer travel award opportunities for 4-H PEI members. Travel awards may differ from year to year based on what is available through the National and International 4-H travel programs. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• PEI Mutual Scholarship applications are now available at Student Services. Financial need and academic achievement are the main criteria. Due Date May 11, 2018.
• The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship An Atlantic Canadian student attending an Atlantic Canadian university in the areas of science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship or math, will receive $10,000 per year for four years. The recipient will also receive a paid, 12-week internship and a senior mentor from one of Emera’s companies. The deadline to apply for The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship is April 26, 2018.
For more details on this and other scholarships offered by Emera Inc., please visit our website at http://www.emera.com/scholarships

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Thursday, April 12th

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday: Sophia MacEachern & Navjot Singh

Welcome Staff Guests: Mindy Johnston, Nicole Butler, JD Farrell, Jennifer MacDonald, Katie Hicken & April Ennis

Highlights for Today:
• Parent Teacher Interviews tonight 6-8:30 PM & tomorrow 9-12 & 1-3PM. No classes tomorrow.
• Cafeteria’s Special: Pulled Pork on a bun with fries; Greek Gyro meatballs with veggies and Tzatziki sauce; ½ Hummus & Veggie wrap with veggie sticks & dip; soup-Hearty beef & pasta
• Social Justice will meet at lunch in Mr. Munn’s room, Rm 210
• There is a very important choir rehearsal after school today. All members must be present!! 🙂
• Here is a list of the students chosen to take place in the Fly-fishing session during the Wellness Fair:
Caleb Schurman, Alec Bourgeois, Noah Greencorn, Joel MacEachern, Trey Doiron, Emma Stewart, Jason Giersdorf, Kody Burnside, Issac Mc Guirk, Thadeus Rooney, Brodie McCarthy, Joe Brothers, Jake Matheson, Travis Lapointe &
Kristin MacIntyre. Please see Mr. Trainor ASAP for a permission form. There will be a brief meeting on Monday, April 16th.

Athletics:
• Basketball Intramurals: Trick Shots vs The Wight Knights
• Women’s Rugby outside today.
• Men’s Rugby practice every Tuesday & Thursday 3:30 – 6:00

Upcoming Events:
• Wellness Expo 2018 On Wednesday, April 18th in the morning, we will be having our second Wellness Expo at MRHS due to the fact it was so well received in the fall. Registration will take place on line this time – go to
mrhswellnessexpo2018.sched.com/signup to sign up for sessions. You will have to create an account first. There are two session times, however, some sessions are doubles, in which case you should only sign up for one. Registration should be completed by Friday, April 13. Space is limited in the sessions, so register soon! First come, first served! Please be aware that participants for the fly-fishing session will be chosen by lottery – you should sign up for alternative sessions in case you are not selected.
• This Thursday evening during parent-guardian/teacher interviews, everyone is welcome to drop by the information booth presented by the Student Well-being Team in the lobby. Displays include the survey results from the 2017 student tobacco survey, and the results of the recent grade 12 student survey on the upcoming ‘lunch and learn’ sessions that will be happening in May! Also, we are pleased that the Youth Addiction Counselor will be joining the Student Well-being Team to answer questions about the upcoming cannabis regulations. We have useful information to help you talk to your teen about cannabis.
We are here to help so please drop by and have a chat. We look forward to hearing from you.

Grade 12’s:
• If you are interested in being the 2018 Valedictorian, please submit your name to Mr. MacDonald or Ms. McInnis by Thursday, April 12. All candidates will deliver 2 different short speeches, one speech to their grad class in an assembly as well as a second speech to a small panel of students and staff.
• Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and The Jim Stirling Scholarship. Each scholarship is valued at $1000. Deadline for submission is Friday, May 18th, 2018. Applications can also be found in Student Services or on the website at: http://hockeypei.com/page.php?page_id=40723
• The Saint Dunstan’s Scholarship is intended for incoming full-time undergraduate students at the University of Prince Edward Island who are practicing Roman Catholics and whose permanent residence is within the Diocese of Charlottetown. Requirements and online application form available in Student Services Award Value – $5,000 Deadline: April 15th, 2018
• PEI Fisherman Association Bursary $2,000 scholarships awarded to two students from each fishing local for a total of twelve scholarships. Candidates will only be eligible for one local. Requirements and applications available in Student Services Deadline April 13th, 2018
• The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Atlantic Branch, will be offering four $500 bursaries, one for each of the Atlantic Provinces this year. I have enclosed the application for you to distribute to students that are returning to school in the fall and whose families are affected financially by kidney disease. This year’s deadline is June 15, 2018 and you may forward completed applications to me at the above address or they can be emailed to kidneyatlantic@kidney.ca
• 4-H PEI Scholarships The PEI 4-H Council and PEI 4-H Alumni offer a $1000 Scholarship (each) to a 4-H member in good standing, graduating from a recognized Island school of learning in the year in which the scholarship is awarded. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• 4-H PEI is pleased to offer travel award opportunities for 4-H PEI members. Travel awards may differ from year to year based on what is available through the National and International 4-H travel programs. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• PEI Mutual Scholarship applications are now available at Student Services. Financial need and academic achievement are the main criteria. Due Date May 11, 2018.
• The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship An Atlantic Canadian student attending an Atlantic Canadian university in the areas of science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship or math, will receive $10,000 per year for four years. The recipient will also receive a paid, 12-week internship and a senior mentor from one of Emera’s companies. The deadline to apply for The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship is April 26, 2018.
For more details on this and other scholarships offered by Emera Inc., please visit our website at http://www.emera.com/scholarships

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Wednesday, April 11th

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday: Amadea Higginbotham, Emma London, T J MacLeod

Welcome Staff Guests: Mindy Johnston, Nicole Butler, Morgan Hennessey, Catherine Byrne, Katie Hicken & April Ennis

Highlights for Today:
• Teachers-Book inventory is due ASAP to Mrs. Killeen
• MRHS hockey update~Another tough loss last night for our Men & Women’s teams. Men will play tonight in Pownal at 5:10 & Women @ 6:20
• Robin Dann please see Mrs. Killeen
• Cafeteria’s Special: Chili with fresh biscuit; Spaghetti & meatballs in tomato sauce & garlic roll; ½ ham & cheddar pita with veggie sticks; Chicken Noodle soup with crackers

Athletics:
• Basketball Intramurals: Trident’s vs Lavar Baller.
• There is a Women’s Rugby lunch in Mr. Munn’s room today at 11:43. All women’s players are welcome to come watch rugby, ask questions and learn more about the play of the game. The Women will practice in the Cafeteria today, and will be outside tomorrow before heading to Moncton on Friday.
• Men’s Rugby practice every Tuesday & Thursday 3:30 – 6:00
• Hockey Tournament-Pownal Rink, Wednesday April 11th~ MRHS VS Rural 6:20 Girls

Upcoming Events:
• Wellness Expo 2018 On Wednesday, April 18th in the morning, we will be having our second Wellness Expo at MRHS due to the fact it was so well received in the fall. Registration will take place on line this time – go to
mrhswellnessexpo2018.sched.com/signup to sign up for sessions. You will have to create an account first. There are two session times, however, some sessions are doubles, in which case you should only sign up for one. Registration should be completed by Friday, April 13. Space is limited in the sessions, so register soon! First come, first served! Please be aware that participants for the fly-fishing session will be chosen by lottery – you should sign up for alternative sessions in case you are not selected.
• This Thursday evening during parent-guardian/teacher interviews, everyone is welcome to drop by the information booth presented by the Student Well-being Team in the lobby. Displays include the survey results from the 2017 student tobacco survey, and the results of the recent grade 12 student survey on the upcoming ‘lunch and learn’ sessions that will be happening in May! Also, we are pleased that the Youth Addiction Counselor will be joining the Student Well-being Team to answer questions about the upcoming cannabis regulations. We have useful information to help you talk to your teen about cannabis.
We are here to help so please drop by and have a chat. We look forward to hearing from you.

Grade 12’s:
• If you are interested in being the 2018 Valedictorian, please submit your name to Mr. MacDonald or Ms. McInnis by Thursday, April 12. All candidates will deliver 2 different short speeches, one speech to their grad class in an assembly as well as a second speech to a small panel of students and staff.
• Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and The Jim Stirling Scholarship. Each scholarship is valued at $1000. Deadline for submission is Friday, May 18th, 2018. Applications can also be found in Student Services or on the website at: http://hockeypei.com/page.php?page_id=40723
• The Saint Dunstan’s Scholarship is intended for incoming full-time undergraduate students at the University of Prince Edward Island who are practicing Roman Catholics and whose permanent residence is within the Diocese of Charlottetown. Requirements and online application form available in Student Services Award Value – $5,000 Deadline: April 15th, 2018
• PEI Fisherman Association Bursary $2,000 scholarships awarded to two students from each fishing local for a total of twelve scholarships. Candidates will only be eligible for one local. Requirements and applications available in Student Services Deadline April 13th, 2018
• The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Atlantic Branch, will be offering four $500 bursaries, one for each of the Atlantic Provinces this year. I have enclosed the application for you to distribute to students that are returning to school in the fall and whose families are affected financially by kidney disease. This year’s deadline is June 15, 2018 and you may forward completed applications to me at the above address or they can be emailed to kidneyatlantic@kidney.ca
• 4-H PEI Scholarships The PEI 4-H Council and PEI 4-H Alumni offer a $1000 Scholarship (each) to a 4-H member in good standing, graduating from a recognized Island school of learning in the year in which the scholarship is awarded. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• 4-H PEI is pleased to offer travel award opportunities for 4-H PEI members. Travel awards may differ from year to year based on what is available through the National and International 4-H travel programs. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship An Atlantic Canadian student attending an Atlantic Canadian university in the areas of science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship or math, will receive $10,000 per year for four years. The recipient will also receive a paid, 12-week internship and a senior mentor from one of Emera’s companies. The deadline to apply for The Chris Huskilson Emera Scholarship is April 26, 2018.
For more details on this and other scholarships offered by Emera Inc., please visit our website at http://www.emera.com/scholarships

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Tuesday, April 10th

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday: Joel Annear, Diarmuid de Montbrun, Owen MacNeill & Caitlin McKenna

Welcome Staff Guests: Mindy Johnston, Nicole Butler & April Ennis

Highlights for Today:
• There will be a very important choir rehearsal today after school from 3:30-5:00. Everyone must be there. 😊
• Teachers-Book inventory is due ASAP to Mrs. Killeen
• MRHS men’s hockey update~Men’s team tried their hardest and suffered an 8-5 loss last night. Men & Women teams both play tonight 5:20 & 6:30.
• Cafeteria’s Special: Breaded Drumstick with mashed potatoes, corn & gravy; Large Nacho Bowl with Salsa & sour cream; Chicken Wrap with soup of the day; Soup-Beef Barley
• Strive meeting today, at 11:45 in Student Services. There are only a couple meetings left so very important you are in attendance.
• SADD meeting today, in the Library conference room 1145 sharp until 12:03pm. Bring your lunch and a friend!

Athletics:
• Basketball Intramurals: The Turtle’s vs Lavar Baller.
• Men’s Rugby practice every Tuesday & Thursday 3:30 – 6:00
• Hockey Tournament-Pownal Rink, Tuesday April 10th~ MRHS VS Bluefield 5:20 Girls
 MRHS VS Colonel Gray 6:30 Boys

Upcoming Events:
• Wellness Expo 2018 On Wednesday, April 18th in the morning, we will be having our second Wellness Expo at MRHS due to the fact it was so well received in the fall. Registration will take place on line this time – go to
mrhswellnessexpo2018.sched.com/signup to sign up for sessions. You will have to create an account first. There are two session times, however, some sessions are doubles, in which case you should only sign up for one. Registration should be completed by Friday, April 13. Space is limited in the sessions, so register soon! First come, first served! Please be aware that participants for the fly-fishing session will be chosen by lottery – you should sign up for alternative sessions in case you are not selected.
• This Thursday evening during parent-guardian/teacher interviews, everyone is welcome to drop by the information booth presented by the Student Well-being Team in the lobby. Displays include the survey results from the 2017 student tobacco survey, and the results of the recent grade 12 student survey on the upcoming ‘lunch and learn’ sessions that will be happening in May! Also, we are pleased that the Youth Addiction Counselor will be joining the Student Well-being Team to answer questions about the upcoming cannabis regulations. We have useful information to help you talk to your teen about cannabis.
We are here to help so please drop by and have a chat. We look forward to hearing from you.

Grade 12’s:
• If you are interested in being the 2018 Valedictorian, please submit your name to Mr. MacDonald or Ms. McInnis by Thursday, April 12. All candidates will deliver 2 different short speeches, one speech to their grad class in an assembly as well as a second speech to a small panel of students and staff.
• Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and The Jim Stirling Scholarship. Each scholarship is valued at $1000. Deadline for submission is Friday, May 18th, 2018. Applications can also be found in Student Services or on the website at: http://hockeypei.com/page.php?page_id=40723
• The Saint Dunstan’s Scholarship is intended for incoming full-time undergraduate students at the University of Prince Edward Island who are practicing Roman Catholics and whose permanent residence is within the Diocese of Charlottetown. Requirements and online application form available in Student Services Award Value – $5,000 Deadline: April 15th, 2018
• PEI Fisherman Association Bursary $2,000 scholarships awarded to two students from each fishing local for a total of twelve scholarships. Candidates will only be eligible for one local. Requirements and applications available in Student Services Deadline April 13th, 2018
• The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Atlantic Branch, will be offering four $500 bursaries, one for each of the Atlantic Provinces this year. I have enclosed the application for you to distribute to students that are returning to school in the fall and whose families are affected financially by kidney disease. This year’s deadline is June 15, 2018 and you may forward completed applications to me at the above address or they can be emailed to kidneyatlantic@kidney.ca
• 4-H PEI Scholarships The PEI 4-H Council and PEI 4-H Alumni offer a $1000 Scholarship (each) to a 4-H member in good standing, graduating from a recognized Island school of learning in the year in which the scholarship is awarded. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards
• 4-H PEI is pleased to offer travel award opportunities for 4-H PEI members. Travel awards may differ from year to year based on what is available through the National and International 4-H travel programs. https://www.pei4h.ca/scholarships—member-awards

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