May 4, 2016

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday to Shana Williams.

 Welcome to the following guest staff:  Nicole Butler for Trisha Burrows, Andrea Crane for Gail Johnston.

Today’s Highlights:

  • Agriscience 801 students are reminded that the make-up lab from Monday is today at 12:00 noon.
  • All Breakfast Club volunteers must meet in Ms. Anderson’s office at 11:45 today.
  • There will be a Prom meeting today at 11:45 in Room 87 for the Decorating and Fundraising Committees.
  • Social Justice and Diversity Club meeting at lunch in the Library Conference room.
  • Wanna pie a student in the face? Go talk to Daniel Whalen, Patricia Crant, or Tristan Ohl. Teachers are welcome to nominate students. Deadline is May 11, 2016.

Student Services Information:

  • Applications are now available for the PEI Mutual Scholarship. Please see Ms. Toombs or Ms. Victor. Deadline is May 9.
  • Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and the Jim Stirling Scholarship submissions are due May 13, 2016. Each are valued at $1000, more information available at Student Services.
  • Tricia Martell will be here on May 18 to present to Grade 12 students about the PEI Student Loan program that is offered through the government. The presentation will be in the Library Conference Room at 11:45.

Athletic Department:

  • Game day lunch for the Women’s Rugby team in Mr. Munn’s room.
  • The Women’s Rugby team bus will depart for Charlottetown Rural at 4 pm. Game time is 6 pm.
  • Women’s Softball practice today after school.
  • Triathletes are reminded that there will be a cycling workshop this Saturday at 10:00 am with Andrew Van Weichen.  He will review key seat and handlebar positions that will maximize your cycling performance.  If it is decent weather, we will also go for a ride.  Please confirm your attendance with Mr. MacDonald or Ms. Evans-Renaud.  Don’t forget to go to Mr. MacDonald’s room on Thursday for lunch where you will receive your weekly triathlon tip to enhance your training!  You may even get a healthy snack!
  • All Badminton players are asked to please return your eyewear to the PE office.
  • MRHS Juice Box Female Athletes of the Week: Grace Gormley and Kelly Clements. Grace advanced the the PEISAA Provincial Badminton Championships in Juvenile Singles and Doubles and Kelly advanced in doubles.
  • MRHS Juice Box Male Athletes of the Week: Mark Morrison and Jonah Wilton. Jonah advanced to the PEISAA Provincial Badminton Championships in Singles and Doubles, and the pair took home the Silver medal in Senior Men’s doubles.
  • Ball Hockey Intramural Schedule for Thursday: KCK Girls vs Allstars on Thursday.

MRHS Track and Field:

  • Tryout dates: May 3, 5, 10, 12, 17
  • Athletes must attend a MINIMUM of 4 of the 5 tryouts to be considered for the team. Rugby and Softball athletes are expected to attend track and field practice before joining their rugby/softball practice. Athletes must compete in at least one event other than relays.
  • MRHS can send 4 competitors per event, and 2 relay teams per event.
  • Team practice dates: May 19, 24, 31, June 2
  • Regional East Meet: May 26 at UPEI. Top 8 competitors per event and top 4 relay teams from Regional East Meet qualify for PEISAA Provincial Championships on June 3 & 4 at UPEI.

Upcoming Events:

  • STRIVE meeting Thursday at lunch in the Library Conference room.
  • The Hospitality and Tourism class is having a bake sale on Thursday, May 5, to help offset cost of their tip to tip tour. Please come out and buy some treats.
  • Culinary’s next meal on May 5 is a “Summer Picnic” which includes a garden salad made with fresh greens, tomatoes, cucumber, onions, radishes, celery and carrots with a home-made dressing, potato salad made with dill and eggs, oven baked ribs, slow cooked in a brown sugar sauce, served with dinner rolls. For dessert, Nanaimo bars and a strawberry lemonade to quench your thirst. Book your meal today!

 Reminders:

  • Triathlon: Swimming training is at 7:00am at AFC on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning training will be in the Fitness Centre at MRHS.  An athletic fee of $20 must be paid to Ms. Evans-Renaud or Mr. MacDonald to help defray the cost of the pool and registration. Team meeting every Thursday at 12:00 noon in Room 141.
  • Mindful Mondays: helping teens de-stress. Meeting on Mondays in the Library Conference room from 12:00 to 12:30pm.
  • Grads, Viking Pin applications are due May 9!
  • Friday Song Requests can be submitted to Ms. Nabuurs or Haley MacLeod.
  • Breakfast Club is up and running, and is open for all students.
  • The Fitness Centre is open for students Monday to Thursday from 3:15 to 4:00 pm.
  • Anyone who would like to have a free peer tutor to help with his or her subjects, see Ms. Christie Beck.
  • All students are required to pay a $20 Student Fee each year. Payment should be made to the office.

U-18 Field Hockey Update:

  • First tryout is scheduled for Cornwall Turf on Wednesday, May 4, from 5:00 to 6:00pm.
  • Tentative schedule: Sundays 5:30 to 7:00pm at Cornwall Turf (few Saturdays same time), most Wednesdays 5:30 to 7:00pm at UPEI 3rd Fitness program on Wednesdays.
  • Registration fee is $300 plus $25 membership fee for FHC (insurance) and PEIFHA. If you attended January to March sessions, $20 of the $25 is paid. Both must be paid by May 11 or you cannot practice.
  • Please check peifha.wix.com website for practice schedules, cancellation notices, and other information.
Posted in General

May 3, 2016

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Welcome to the following guest staff:  Michael Brothers for Donna White (pm), Nicole Butler for Chantelle Beaton, Morgan Hennessey for Isis Fluegge (am), Colin Clarke for Philip MacDonald, Garrett Toole for Michael Stewart.

Today’s Highlights:

  • Looking for a Prom dress? The “Nearly New” in Montague just received a number of gowns that are in great, even never-worn, condition. Any gals who are budget-conscious about shopping for a prom dress should check out the selection at this location.
  • Do you need/want a tiara to finish off your Prom ensemble? We have two in the office for sale. $10 each.
  • All Model UN participants should see Mr. Lea some time today.
  • Wanna pie a student in the face? Go talk to Daniel Whalen, Patricia Crant, or Tristan Ohl. Teachers are welcome to nominate students. Deadline is May 11, 2016.
  • Lost and Found: An ear-ring has been found (large crystal stud). Please check at the office to claim it.

Student Services Information:

  • Applications are now available for the PEI Mutual Scholarship. Please see Ms. Toombs or Ms. Victor. Deadline is May 9.
  • Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and the Jim Stirling Scholarship submissions are due May 13, 2016. Each are valued at $1000, more information available at Student Services.
  • Tricia Martell will be here on May 18 to present to Grade 12 students about the PEI Student Loan program that is offered through the government. The presentation will be in the Library Conference Room at 11:45.

Athletic Department:

  • Ball Hockey Today: Dirty Dancers play Cardigan Flyers.
  • No Softball today, but there will be practice tomorrow after school.
  • Track and Field practice is today from 3:15 to 4:00pm.
  • Congratulations to the U18 Men’s Spring League Volleyball team, who achieved a Silver medal at the Tier 2 Championships this past week.  The final game was a tight one against Summerside, ending with a score of 26-24.  Team members were Ross Power, team captain, David Thompson, Mark Morrison, Liam Hatton, Kurtis Paula and Darian Rice.  Coach was MRHS alumni, Patrick Walsh.
  • All Badminton players are asked to please return your eyewear to the PE office.
  • MRHS Juice Box Female Athletes of the Week: Grace Gormley and Kelly Clements. Grace advanced the the PEISAA Provincial Badminton Championships in Juvenile Singles and Doubles and Kelly advanced in doubles.
  • MRHS Juice Box Male Athletes of the Week: Mark Morrison and Jonah Wilton. Jonah advanced to the PEISAA Provincial Badminton Championships in Singles and Doubles, and the pair took home the Silver medal in Senior Men’s doubles.
  • Ball Hockey Intramural Schedule for Thursday: KCK Girls vs Allstars on Thursday.

Upcoming Events:

  • There will be a Prom meeting this Wednesday at 11:45 in Room 87 for the Decorating Committee and the Fundraising Committee.
  • The Hospitality and Tourism class is having a bake sale on Thursday, May 5, to help offset cost of their tip to tip tour. Please come out and buy some treats.
  • Culinary’s next meal on May 5 is a “Summer Picnic” which includes a garden salad made with fresh greens, tomatoes, cucumber, onions, radishes, celery and carrots with a home-made dressing, potato salad made with dill and eggs, oven baked ribs, slow cooked in a brown sugar sauce, served with dinner rolls. For dessert, Nanaimo bars and a strawberry lemonade to quench your thirst. Book your meal today!

 Reminders:

  • Triathlon: Swimming training is at 7:00am at AFC on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning training will be in the Fitness Centre at MRHS.  An athletic fee of $20 must be paid to Ms. Evans-Renaud or Mr. MacDonald to help defray the cost of the pool and registration. Team meeting every Thursday at 12:00 noon in Room 141.
  • Mindful Mondays: helping teens de-stress. Come and see Ms. Victor and Ms. Toombs in the Library Conference room to learn about how to put some strategies in place to deal with stress.  Meeting on Mondays in the Library Conference room from 12:00 to 12:30pm.
  • Grads, please get started on your Viking Pin applications! They are May 9! Obtaining signatures can be time consuming. Pick up a copy in the library!
  • Friday Song Requests can be submitted to Ms. Nabuurs or Haley MacLeod.
  • Breakfast Club is up and running, and is open for all students.
  • The Fitness Centre is open for students Monday to Thursday from 3:15 to 4:00 pm.
  • Anyone who would like to have a free peer tutor to help with his or her subjects, see Ms. Christie Beck.
  • All students are required to pay a $20 Student Fee each year. Payment should be made to the office.

U-18 Field Hockey Update:

  • First tryout is schedule for Cornwall Turf on Wednesday, May 4, from 5:00 to 6:00pm.
  • Tentative schedule: Sundays 5:30 to 7:00pm at Cornwall Turf (few Saturdays same time), most Wednesdays 5:30 to 7:00pm at UPEI 3rd Fitness program on Wednesdays.
  • Registration fee is $300 plus $25 membership fee for FHC (insurance) and PEIFHA. If you attended January to March sessions, $20 of the $25 is paid. Both must be paid by May 11 or you cannot practice.
  • Please check peifha.wix.com website for practice schedules, cancellation notices, and other information.
Posted in General

May 2, 2016

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Belated Birthday to the following students who celebrated their special day over this past weekend: Becca Cann, Darius Gardiner, Tyson Sheppard, Noah Williams, Morganne Rice and Sumire Maekawa.

 Welcome to the following guest staff:  Nicole Butler for Chantelle Beaton, Garrett Toole for Karen Malone, Marla McCarron for Gail Greene (pm), Wanda Cheverie for Toby Murphy, Adam Clow for Angela Killeen, Colin Clarke for Matthew Killeen, Kirk White for Mike Stewart (am), Haley Batchilder for Jillian Power, Robin Dickieson for Kirsten Walker, Mike Brothers for Donna White (pm), Andrea Crane for Gail Johnston (pm), Jenny McCarron for Pauline Kelly, Bridget DeCourcey for Earl Campbell.

Today’s Highlights:

  • Graduating students: Just one week left to get your Viking Pin applications in!
  • Homeroom Teachers: Overdue Library slips are in mailboxes. Please post in your classrooms and advise students to please return or renew items at lunch or breaks.
  • Model UN: There will be a quick meeting today at the beginning of lunch in Room 211.
  • Mindful Mondays is cancelled for today!
  • Lost and Found: An ear-ring has been found (large crystal stud). Please check at the office to claim it.

Student Services Information:

  • Applications are now available for the PEI Mutual Scholarship. Please see Ms. Toombs or Ms. Victor. Deadline is May 9.
  • Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and the Jim Stirling Scholarship submissions are due May 13, 2016. Each are valued at $1000, more information available at Student Services.
  • Tricia Martell will be here on May 18 to present to Grade 12 students about the PEI Student Loan program that is offered through the government. The presentation will be in the Library Conference Room at 11:45.

Athletic Department:

  • Ball Hockey Intramural Schedule: Dirty Dancers vs Cardigan Flyers on Tuesday, KCK Girls vs Allstars on Thursday.
  • All Badminton players are asked to please return your eyewear to the PE office.
  • It’s “Game Day”. Women’s Rugby will have lunch in Mr. Munn’s room (#210). Rugby teams will depart for TOSH at 3 pm today.
  • Track and Field practice is today from 3:15 to 4:00pm.
  • All Rugby forms and fees must be handed in to the PE office at noon today in order to play in today’s games. Athletes who do not have their fee must see Ms. Nabuurs in the PE office at noon.
  • Congratulations to Jonah Wilton and Mark Morrison who took home the Silver medal in Senior Men’s doubles and Kirsten Whiteway and Colton Morris who took home the Bronze medal in Senior Mixed doubles at the PEISAA Provincial Championships on Saturday. Also congratulations to Bethany MacKenzie and Jake Banks who finished fourth at the Championships.
  • MRHS Juice Box Female Athletes of the Week: Grace Gormley and Kelly Clements. Grace advanced the the PEISAA Provincial Badminton Championships in Juvenile Singles and Doubles and Kelly advanced in doubles.
  • MRHS Juice Box Male Athletes of the Week: Mark Morrison and Jonah Wilton. Jonah advanced to the PEISAA Provincial Badminton Championships in Singles and Doubles, and the pair took home the Silver medal in Senior Men’s doubles.

Upcoming Events:

  • Culinary’s next meal on May 5 is a “Summer Picnic” which includes a garden salad made with fresh greens, tomatoes, cucumber, onions, radishes, celery and carrots with a home-made dressing, potato salad made with dill and eggs, oven baked ribs, slow cooked in a brown sugar sauce, served with dinner rolls. For dessert, Nanaimo bars and a strawberry lemonade to quench your thirst.

 Reminders:

  • Triathlon: Swimming training is at 7:00am at AFC on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning training will be in the Fitness Centre at MRHS.  An athletic fee of $20 must be paid to Ms. Evans-Renaud or Mr. MacDonald to help defray the cost of the pool and registration. Team meeting every Thursday at 12:00 noon in Room 141.
  • Mindful Mondays: helping teens de-stress. Come and see Ms. Victor and Ms. Toombs in the Library Conference room to learn about how to put some strategies in place to deal with stress.  Meeting on Mondays in the Library Conference room from 12:00 to 12:30pm.
  • Grads, please get started on your Viking Pin applications! They are May 9! Obtaining signatures can be time consuming. Pick up a copy in the library!
  • Friday Song Requests can be submitted to Ms. Nabuurs or Haley MacLeod.
  • Breakfast Club is up and running, and is open for all students.
  • The Fitness Centre is open for students Monday to Thursday from 3:15 to 4:00 pm.
  • Anyone who would like to have a free peer tutor to help with his or her subjects, see Ms. Christie Beck.
  • All students are required to pay a $20 Student Fee each year. Payment should be made to the office.
Posted in General

April 28, 2019

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday to Justin MacKay.

 Welcome to the following guest staff:  Michael Brothers for Sandra Hicken (pm), Nicole Butler for Chantelle Beaton, Garrett Toole for Seana Evans-Renaud, Jenny McCarron for Yvonne Higgins.

Montague’s Slam Poets travelled to Charlottetown for a competition at The Receiver on Victoria Row. Sixteen competitors from MRHS, Charlottetown Rural, and Colonel Grey brought their game faces and delivered some fantastic poetry matched by phenomenal performances. Montague’s Celina McGuigan and Rose Henbest delivered great work to a packed audience. Not only were their pieces gripping and moving, but their performances enhanced their work. Two Montague poets made it to the finals. Kyla White finished in third place and Lily Levesque finished in second after they each delivered new pieces of poetry to the judges and enthusiastic crowd in an epic 4-Way Poem-Off.  Great work, Slam Poets.

Today’s Highlights:

  • SEVEC students are asked to drop by Mr. Kelly’s room to pick up their Rise and Climb waivers.
  • Trainor’s Science 421 class members are reminded to bring a calculator to the test today!
  • Students are reminded that there are no classes tomorrow as teachers will be having Collaborative Team meetings all day on Friday.

Student Services Information:

  • Applications are now available for the PEI Mutual Scholarship. Please see Ms. Toombs or Ms. Victor. Deadline is May 9.
  • Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and the Jim Stirling Scholarship submissions are due May 13, 2016. Each are valued at $1000, more information available at Student Services.
  • Tricia Martell will be here on May 18 to present to Grade 12 students about the PEI Student Loan program that is offered through the government. The presentation will be in the Library Conference Room at 11:45.

Athletic Department:

  • There will be a short but important Triathlon meeting in Room 141 today at 12pm.  If you cannot make the meeting, please see Mr. MacDonald at some point during the day.
  • Ball Hockey Intramurals Today: JASONS play Prestige Worldwide
  • Track and Field first practice is today from 3:15 to 4:00pm. Track Athletes who also play Rugby or Softball are expected to attend track practice before going to their rugby or softball practice.
  • All Rugby Players – Monday is game day! All forms and fees are due before you can play in a game. Forms and fees are collected in the PE office at lunch time. Fee is $35 if this is your first sport, $30 if you’ve already paid an athletic fee this year.
  • Badminton practice after school today.
  • Women’s Rugby practice today from 3:30 to 5:00pm.
  • MRHS Juice Box Co-Athletes of the Week: Kirsten Whiteway and Colton Morris, Bethany MacKenzie and Jake banks, each qualified for the PEISAA Provincial Badminton Championships as first and second seeds respectively.
  • MRHS Juice Box Athlete of the Week: Isaac Arbuckle. Isaac was never caught out of position, did not miss a tackle, and ran aggressively with the ball at the Rothesay RugbyFest tournament this past weekend. Isaac was the team’s MVP for the tournament.
  • Badminton players who did not advance to provincials must return their eye wear to the PE office this week.

Upcoming Events:

  • Culinary’s next meal on May 5 is a “Summer Picnic” which includes a garden salad made with fresh greens, tomatoes, cucumber, onions, radishes, celery and carrots with a home-made dressing, potato salad made with dill and eggs, oven baked ribs, slow cooked in a brown sugar sauce, served with dinner rolls. For dessert, Nanaimo bars and a strawberry lemonade to quench your thirst.

 Reminders:

  • Triathlon: If you are training with Ms. Evans-Renaud and Mr. MacDonald, swimming will be at 7:00am at the AFC on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings will be in the Fitness Centre at MRHS.  An athletic fee of $20 must be paid to Ms. Evans-Renaud or Mr. MacDonald to help defray the cost of the pool and registration. Team meeting every Thursday at 12:00 noon in Room 141.
  • Mindful Mondays: helping teens de-stress. Come and see Ms. Victor and Ms. Toombs in the Library Conference room to learn about how to put some strategies in place to deal with stress.  Meeting on Mondays in the Library Conference room from 12:00 to 12:30pm.
  • Grads, please get started on your Viking Pin applications! They are May 9! Obtaining signatures can be time consuming. Pick up a copy in the library!
  • Friday Song Requests can be submitted to Ms. Nabuurs or Haley MacLeod.
  • Breakfast Club is up and running, and is open for all students.
  • The Fitness Centre is open for students Monday to Thursday from 3:15 to 4:00 pm.
  • Anyone who would like to have a free peer tutor to help with his or her subjects, see Ms. Christie Beck.
  • All students are required to pay a $20 Student Fee each year. Payment should be made to the office.
Posted in General

April 27, 2016

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday to Dyllin Bernard and Pasha Jorden.

 Welcome to the following guest staff:  Garrett Toole for Karen Malone, Dean Lackie for Seana Evans-Renaud, Nicole Butler for Chantelle Beaton, Caleigh Oehlke for Lianne Garland, Marla McCarron for Pauline Kelly.

Today’s Highlights:

  • There is a mandatory SEVEC meeting today in Mr. Kelly’s room (226) at 12pm sharp.
  • Making Waves conference participants are meeting today at lunch in Student Services.
  • Social Justice and Diversity Club is meeting in the Library Conference room at lunch.
  • There will a Prom meeting today in Room 87 at 11:45 for the Decorating, Ticket, and Food Committees.

Student Services Information:

  • Applications are now available for the PEI Mutual Scholarship. Please see Ms. Toombs or Ms. Victor. Deadline is May 9.
  • Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and the Jim Stirling Scholarship submissions are due May 13, 2016. Each are valued at $1000, more information available at Student Services.
  • Tricia Martell will be here on May 18 to present to Grade 12 students about the PEI Student Loan program that is offered through the government. The presentation will be in the Library Conference Room at 11:45.

Athletic Department:

  • Today is the last day to sign up for Track and Field! Sign up sheet is posted in the PE hallway.
  • All Rugby Players – Monday is game day! All forms and fees are due before you can play in a game. Forms and fees are collected in the PE office at lunch time. Fee is $35 if this is your first sport, $30 if you’ve already paid an athletic fee this year.
  • Badminton practice after school Wednesday and Thursday this week.
  • Women’s Rugby practice this week runs Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00pm.
  • MRHS Juice Box Co-Athletes of the Week: Kirsten Whiteway and Colton Morris, Bethany MacKenzie and Jake banks, each qualified for the PEISAA Provincial Badminton Championships as first and second seeds respectively.
  • MRHS Juice Box Athlete of the Week: Isaac Arbuckle. Isaac was never caught out of position, did not miss a tackle, and ran aggressively with the ball at the Rothesay RugbyFest tournament this past weekend. Isaac was the team’s MVP for the tournament.
  • Badminton players who did not advance to provincials must return their eye wear to the PE office this week.
  • Ball Hockey Intramurals: JASONS v Prestige Worldwide on Thursday.
  • Track and Field first practice is on Thursday from 3:15 to 4:00pm. Track Athletes who also play Rugby or Softball are expected to attend track practice before going to their rugby or softball practice.

Reminders:

  • Triathlon: If you are training with Ms. Evans-Renaud and Mr. MacDonald, swimming will be at 7:00am at the AFC on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings will be in the Fitness Centre at MRHS.  An athletic fee of $20 must be paid to Ms. Evans-Renaud or Mr. MacDonald to help defray the cost of the pool and registration. Team meeting every Thursday at 12:00 noon in Room 141.
  • Mindful Mondays: helping teens de-stress. Come and see Ms. Victor and Ms. Toombs in the Library Conference room to learn about how to put some strategies in place to deal with stress.  Meeting on Mondays in the Library Conference room from 12:00 to 12:30pm.
  • Grads, please get started on your Viking Pin applications! They are May 9! Obtaining signatures can be time consuming. Pick up a copy in the library!
  • Friday Song Requests can be submitted to Ms. Nabuurs or Haley MacLeod.
  • Breakfast Club is up and running, and is open for all students.
  • The Fitness Centre is open for students Monday to Thursday from 3:15 to 4:00 pm.
  • Anyone who would like to have a free peer tutor to help with his or her subjects, see Ms. Christie Beck.
  • All students are required to pay a $20 Student Fee each year. Payment should be made to the office.
Posted in General

April 26, 2016

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday to Kyle Benoit.

 Welcome to the following guest staff:  Nicole Butler for Seana Evans-Renaud, Adam Clow for Kelly Pike, Daniel Tieman for Jennifer Victor, Caleigh Oehlke for Lianne Garland, Wanda Cheverie for Toby Murphy.

Today’s Highlights:

  • Making Waves conference participants meeting that was scheduled for today has been changed to Wednesday, same time, same place.
  • Matthew Beck, please go to the Library and see Mrs. Killeen.
  • All Valedictorian candidates are asked to meet in Room 119 at 12:10pm today.

Student Services Information:

  • Encounters with Canada application forms are due in Student Services. If you’d like to experience a week in Ottawa with students across Canada, apply for this great opportunity. Visit ewc-rdc.ca for more information.
  • Applications are now available for the PEI Mutual Scholarship. Please see Ms. Toombs or Ms. Victor. Deadline is May 9.
  • Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and the Jim Stirling Scholarship.  Each scholarship is valued at $1000.  Deadline for submission is Friday, May 13, 2016. Applications can also be found on their website at: http://hockeypei.com or at Student Services.
  • Tricia Martell will be here in Wednesday, May 18, to present to Grade 12 students about the PEI Student Loan program that is offered through the government. The presentation will take place in the Library Conference room at 11:45.

Athletic Department:

  • Ball Hockey Today: KCK Girls plays Allstars.
  • Badminton practice after school Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday this week.
  • Women’s Rugby practice this week runs Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00pm.
  • MRHS Juice Box Co-Athletes of the Week: Kirsten Whiteway and Colton Morris, Bethany MacKenzie and Jake banks, each qualified for the PEISAA Provincial Badminton Championships as first and second seeds respectively.
  • MRHS Juice Box Athlete of the Week: Isaac Arbuckle. Isaac was never caught out of position, did not miss a tackle, and ran aggressively with the ball at the Rothesay RugbyFest tournament this past weekend. Isaac was the team’s MVP for the tournament.
  • Badminton players who did not advance to provincials must return their eye wear to the PE office this week.
  • Ball Hockey Intramurals: JASONS v Prestige Worldwide on Thursday.
  • Track and field sign- up sheets are posted in the PE area. Wednesday, April 27, is the last day to sign up. The first practice is on Thursday 3:15-4 pm. Track Athletes who play Rugby or Softball as well are expected to attend track practice before going to their rugby or softball practice.

Upcoming Events:

  • There will a Prom meeting on Wednesday in Room 87 at 11:45 for the Decorating Committee, Ticket Committee and the Food Committee.

Reminders:

  • Triathlon: If you are training with Ms. Evans-Renaud and Mr. MacDonald, swimming will be at 7:00am at the AFC on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings will be in the Fitness Centre at MRHS.  An athletic fee of $20 must be paid to Ms. Evans-Renaud or Mr. MacDonald to help defray the cost of the pool and registration. Team meeting every Thursday at 12:00 noon in Room 141.
  • Mindful Mondays: helping teens de-stress. Come and see Ms. Victor and Ms. Toombs in the Library Conference room to learn about how to put some strategies in place to deal with stress.  Meeting on Mondays in the Library Conference room from 12:00 to 12:30pm.
  • Grads, please get started on your Viking Pin applications! They are May 9! Obtaining signatures can be time consuming. Pick up a copy in the library!
  • Friday Song Requests can be submitted to Ms. Nabuurs or Haley MacLeod.
  • Breakfast Club is up and running, and is open for all students.
  • The Fitness Centre is open for students Monday to Thursday from 3:15 to 4:00 pm.
  • Anyone who would like to have a free peer tutor to help with his or her subjects, see Ms. Christie Beck.
  • All students are required to pay a $20 Student Fee each year. Payment should be made to the office.
Posted in General

April 25, 2016

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday to Koltan Compton and Carmen Ohlandt! Belated greetings to Jake Banks and Donavan Bears who celebrated on the weekend!

 Welcome to the following guest staff:  Nicole Butler for Seana Evans-Renaud, Mark Gregory for Jennifer Murphy, Marla McCarron for Lynn Hayes.

Today’s Highlights:

  • Mindful Monday: Today’s activity is games – come de-stress with games in the Library Conference room at lunch.
  • Grade 12 students can claim your baby pictures from the Yearbook office during morning breaks.
  • Envirothon Hockey Pool Update. Top 5 teams after games played on April 21: 1- DukeofEarl, 2- HalfSlappers, 3- Nolan Hicken, 4- Joe Brothers, 5- Jeff Villard.  You can stay updated by going to the    website http://www.officepools.com/nhl/classic/auth/login  Guest username: MRHSEnvirothonPool, Password: Vikings

Student Services Information:

  • Encounters with Canada application forms are due in Student Services. If you’d like to experience a week in Ottawa with students across Canada, apply for this great opportunity. Visit ewc-rdc.ca for more information.
  • Making Waves conference participants meeting Tuesday at lunch in Student Services.
  • Applications are now available for the PEI Mutual Scholarship. Please see Ms. Toombs or Ms. Victor. Deadline is May 9.
  • Hockey PEI Scholastic Award and the Jim Stirling Scholarship.  Each scholarship is valued at $1000.  Deadline for submission is Friday, May 13, 2016. Applications can also be found on their website at: http://hockeypei.com or at Student Services.
  • Tricia Martell will be here in Wednesday, May 18, to present to Grade 12 students about the PEI Student Loan program that is offered through the government. The presentation will take place in the Library Conference room at 11:45.

Athletic Department:

  • Women’s Softball Practice is today at 3:20.  This will be the final tryout before cuts so you should make every effort to attend.
  • Badminton practice after school Monday to Thursday this week.
  • Women’s Rugby practice this week runs Monday to Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00pm.
  • MRHS Juice Box Athletes of the Week: Kirsten Whiteway and Colton Morris, Bethany MacKenzie and Jake banks, qualified for the PEISAA Provincial Badminton Championships as first and second seeds respectively.
  • Badminton players who did not advance to provincials must return their eye wear to the PE office this week.
  • Ball Hockey Intramural Schedule: KCK Girls v Allstars on Tuesday, JASONS v Prestige Worldwide on Thursday.
  • Track and field sign- up sheets are posted in the PE area. Wednesday, April 27, is the last day to sign up. The first practice is on Thursday 3:15-4 pm. Track Athletes who play Rugby or Softball as well are expected to attend track practice before going to their rugby or softball practice.

Upcoming Events:

  • Making Waves meeting on Tuesday at lunch in Student Services.
  • There will a Prom meeting on Wednesday in Room 87 at 11:45 for the Decorating Committee, Ticket Committee and the Food Committee.

Reminders:

  • Triathlon: If you are training with Ms. Evans-Renaud and Mr. MacDonald, swimming will be at 7:00am at the AFC on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings will be in the Fitness Centre at MRHS.  An athletic fee of $20 must be paid to Ms. Evans-Renaud or Mr. MacDonald to help defray the cost of the pool and registration. Team meeting every Thursday at 12:00 noon in Room 141.
  • Mindful Mondays: helping teens de-stress. Come and see Ms. Victor and Ms. Toombs in the Library Conference room to learn about how to put some strategies in place to deal with stress.  Meeting on Mondays in the Library Conference room from 12:00 to 12:30pm.
  • Grads, please get started on your Viking Pin applications! They are due soon! Obtaining signatures can be time consuming. Pick up a copy in the library!
  • Friday Song Requests can be submitted to Ms. Nabuurs or Haley MacLeod.
  • Breakfast Club is up and running, and is open for all students.
  • The Fitness Centre is open for students Monday to Thursday from 3:15 to 4:00 pm.
  • Anyone who would like to have a free peer tutor to help with his or her subjects, see Ms. Christie Beck.
  • All students are required to pay a $20 Student Fee each year. Payment should be made to the office.
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