Friday, Sept. 20

It’s a “C-D Day”!

Happy Birthday: Steve Maes-Stewart

Welcome to Staff Guests: Mindy Johnston, Mike Hambly, Kyle Adams & Brandon Derry

Highlights for Today:

• Tomatoes are needed for Culinary Class! If you have excess tomatoes please drop off to the office for Ms. A’s class! Thanks!
• Anyone interested in Powerlifting, please see Pat in Student Services for forms that need to be completed before training begins next week. ALL are welcome!
• Does someone you love have an issue with addictions? If you are interested in joining a group to help deal with the challenges of having someone in your life who is battling addictions, please see Mrs. MacDonald for more information.
• All Athletes need to pay their athletic fee before they get their jersey.
• Picture day Monday, September 23 9-1130am!
Cafeteria— Mac & cheese with side and fresh baked roll
Chicken fingers with wedges and fresh baked roll
1/2 ham and cheddar wrap with carrot sticks

Upcoming Cafeteria Specials:
Monday: Chicken Alfredo casserole with side salad and fresh baked roll
Grilled cheese sandwich with a bowl of homemade vegetable soup
1/2 chicken ranch wrap with carrot sticks

Athletics:
 Men’s Soccer Game tonight @ Colonel Gray 5:30
 Cross Country –See Mr. Philip MacDonald

Music Dept.
 Jazz Ensemble will be Monday mornings at 7:30 am. Any interested students are welcome!
 Concert band is Tuesday & Thursdays at 7:30 am.
 Anyone interested in singing in our vocal ensemble, we will be rehearsing Tuesday at 3:30 pm. Usually we rehearse at 7:30 on Wednesday mornings too, but this week there will be no early morning rehearsal for the vocal ensemble as Ms. Beck will be out of the building for the day.
 Wednesdays at 7;30 am. All are welcome at all of the Emsembles!
 There will be a meeting for anyone interested in the 2021 Music Department trip to perform in Disney World. Any interested musicians should attend a meeting (with their parental units) on Thursday, September 26 at 6:00 pm in the music room. New performers are welcome!!

Student Fees:
 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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Thursday, Sept. 19

It’s a “D-C Day”!

Happy Birthday: Frank Paquet

Welcome to Staff Guests: Daniel Hay, Mike Hambly & Craig Inward

Highlights for Today:

• Tomatoes are needed for Culinary Class! If you have excess tomatoes please drop off to the office for Ms. A’s class! Thanks!
• Anyone interested in Powerlifting, please see Pat in Student Services for forms that need to be completed before training begins next week. ALL are welcome!
• Does someone you love have an issue with addictions? If you are interested in joining a group to help deal with the challenges of having someone in your life who is battling addictions, please see Mrs. MacDonald for more information.
• Kaydence Blaisdell to the library.
• All Athletes need to pay their athletic fee before they get their jersey.
• Picture day Monday, September 23 9-1130am!
Cafeteria— Pulled pork on a bun with mashed potatoes & hot veggies
Sweet and sour chicken & veggies on a bed of rice, with a fresh baked roll
1/2 chicken ranch wrap with carrot sticks

Upcoming Cafeteria Specials:
Friday: Mac & cheese with side and fresh baked roll
Chicken fingers with wedges and fresh baked roll
1/2 ham and cheddar wrap with carrot sticks

Athletics:
 Men’s Soccer Thurs. 3:20 – 4:30
 Men’s baseball practice Thursday @ 5:30 in Morell
 Cross Country –See Mr. Philip MacDonald

Music Dept.
 Jazz Ensemble will be Monday mornings at 7:30 am.
 Concert band is Tuesday & Thursdays at 7:30 am.
 Vocal ensemble is Tuesdays 3;30- 5:00
 Wednesdays at 7;30 am. All are welcome at all of the Emsembles!
 There will be a meeting for anyone interested in the 2021 Music Department trip to perform in Disney World. Any interested musicians should attend a meeting (with their parental units) on Thursday, September 26 at 6:00 pm in the music room. New performers are welcome!!

Student Fees:
 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, Sept. 18

It’s a “C-D Day”!

Welcome to Staff Guests: Craig Inward

Highlights for Today:

• Tomatoes are needed for Culinary Class! If you have excess tomatoes please drop off to the office for Ms. A’s class! Thanks!
• Women’s Volleyball-Team lunch in Ms. Wright’s Rm 129 @ 11:45
• All Athletes need to pay their athletic fee before they get their jersey.
• Breakfast club Volunteers Meeting-Short, but Important Meeting @ 11:45 Rm 133. There’s another meeting scheduled for another group immediately following.
• There will be a SADD meeting today @ 11:45 in Mrs. Murphy’s class room 228. New members welcome.
• Readers’ Circle will begin today at 1205pm in library conference room A room 106.
• Grad Activity Meeting today, Rm 141 at 12:05 pm
• Picture day Monday, September 23 9-1130am!
• Homeroom teachers: Picture Day information will be delivered by the end of A-Block. Please share slips with students.
• Daniel Naddy, Jack Munro, Briana Creed, Katelyn Drake, Jack King, and Lilla Garnhum are asked to meet in Ms. Beaton’s room at 12:05.
• Cafeteria— Fries with the works with a fresh baked roll, Philly cheese steak on hoagie flat bread; 1/2 turkey and cheddar wrap with side carrot sticks

Upcoming Cafeteria Specials:
Thursday: Pulled pork on a bun with mashed potatoes & hot veggies
Sweet and sour chicken & veggies on a bed of rice, with a fresh baked roll
1/2 chicken ranch wrap with carrot sticks

Friday: Mac & cheese with side and fresh baked roll
Chicken fingers with wedges and fresh baked roll
1/2 ham and cheddar wrap with carrot sticks

Athletics:
 Women’s volleyball Game Today in Souris @ 5pm.
Please let Ms. Wright know how you are getting to the game.
 Men’s Soccer Wed. 3:20 – 4:30
 Men’s Volleyball Home Game @ 5:30, be dressed & ready @ 4:45
 Men’s baseball practice Thursday @ 5:30 in Morell
 Field Hockey Wednesday @ 3:15
 Cross Country will be Tuesdays & Thursdays @ 3:15.
 Powerlifting will begin in the next few weeks, more info will follow

Music Dept.
 Jazz Ensemble will be Monday mornings at 7:30 am.
 Concert band is Tuesday & Thursdays at 7:30 am.
 Vocal ensemble is Tuesdays 3;30- 5:00
 Wednesdays at 7;30 am. All are welcome at all of the Emsembles!
 There will be a meeting for anyone interested in the 2021 Music Department trip to perform in Disney World. Any interested musicians should attend a meeting (with their parental units) on Thursday, September 26 at 6:00 pm in the music room. New performers are welcome!!

Student Fees:
 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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Tuesday, Sept. 17

It’s a “D-C Day”!

Welcome to Staff Guests: Anne Thompson & Craig Inward

Highlights for Today:

• Tuesdays afternoon schedule:
12:30-1:30 – D block (award winners will be called out of class at 1:25)
1:30 classes will be called down to the cafeteria for the assembly.
2-2:10 afternoon break
2:10-3:10 – C block
• Abby Barter, Tyler MacLean, Barbara Ross, Mason Benoit, Logan Cheverie please go to room 119, Ms. Hayden-Ward’s room, at 11:43.
• All of Ms. Nabuurs’ PE classes will meet in the gym today rather than the classroom. PED801 students are reminded to bring in their consent forms for Wednesday’s field trip. Students should dress for the weather and bring a bagged lunch on Wednesday.
• There will be a SADD meeting Wednesday at 12 in Mrs. Murphy’s class room 228. New members welcome.
• Readers’ Circle will begin Wednesday, Sept 18 at 1205pm in library conference room A room 106. Bring your lunch and a friend. See Mrs. Killeen for more details.
• There will be a grad activity meeting in room 141 on Wednesday at 12:05 pm
• The Workers Compensation Board is seeking two Gr. 11 or 12 students for its Occupational Health and Safety Leadership Program at our school. Students who are selected and complete all program requirements will receive $500 at the end of the school year. For more information, go the WCB website, click on the hard hat, and look for the OHS Leadership button. Applications are due October 4th, so grab a friend and apply today!
• The MRHS fly tyers/fishers club is starting up soon with the start of the fall extended rainbow trout fishery. Students interested in finding out how to tie flies, learn how to fly-fish, or share tips about fly-fishing and conservation can drop into see Mr. Trainor in room 131. No experience is necessary.
• Polar Expressions 14th annual Student Short Story & Poetry Contest (K through Gr.12 students are eligible) is happening now. Poetry deadline: November 29, 2019 and Short-story deadline: December 6, 2019! Applications available in library from Mrs. Killeen. Further information on this can be found at https://www.polarexpressions.ca/StudentContests.html
• Picture day Monday, September 23 9-1130am!
• Cafeteria— Homemade chicken pot pie with side salad and fresh baked roll; Spaghetti with marinara sauce, side salad and fresh baked roll; 1/2 turkey and cheddar wrap with carrot sticks; Pizza slice : three cheese, pepperoni or bacon

Athletics:
 Women’s volleyball 3:15-5:00 today, Men’s Volleyball 5:00-7:00
 Men’s Soccer Monday 3:15 – 4:45
 Men’s baseball Tuesday @ 5:30 in Morell
 Field Hockey Wednesday @ 3:15
 Cross Country will be Tuesdays & Thursdays Starting Sept. 10 @ 3:15. Sign Up Sheet in the Phys Ed Area.
 Powerlifting will begin in the next few weeks, more info will follow

Music Dept.
 Jazz Ensemble will be Monday mornings at 7:30 am.
 Concert band is Tuesday & Thursdays at 7:30 am.
 Vocal ensemble is Tuesdays 3;30- 5:00
 Wednesdays at 7;30 am. All are welcome at all of the Emsembles!
 There will be a meeting for anyone interested in the 2021 Music Department trip to perform in Disney World. Any interested musicians should attend a meeting (with their parental units) on Thursday, September 26 at 6:00 pm in the music room. New performers are welcome!!

Student Fees:
 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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Monday, Sept. 16

It’s a “C-D Day”!

Happy Birthday: John Campbell, Tara Campbell, Alexander Mallard, Leah Rouzes
Belated Birthday Wishes: Alyssa Benoit & Morgan MacKenzie

Welcome to Staff Guests: Brynn VanWiechen
Highlights for Today:
• Readers’ Circle will begin Wednesday, Sept 18 at 1205pm in library conference room A room 106. Bring your lunch and a friend. See Mrs. Killeen for more details.
• Picture day Monday, September 23 9-1130am!
• Polar Expressions 14th annual Student Short Story & Poetry Contest (K through Gr.12 students are eligible) is happening now. Poetry deadline: November 29, 2019 and Short-story deadline: December 6, 2019! Applications available in library from Mrs. Killeen. Further information on this can be found at https://www.polarexpressions.ca/StudentContests.html
• The MRHS fly tyers/fishers club is starting up soon with the start of the fall extended rainbow trout fishery. Students interested in finding out how to tie flies, learn how to fly-fish, or share tips about fly-fishing and conservation can drop into see Mr. Trainor in room 131. No experience is necessary.
• There will be a SADD meeting Wednesday at 12 in Mrs. Murphy’s class room 228. New members welcome.
• Any student interested in the Legislative Page Program, please see Ms Victor for more information.
Eligibility:
• Must be either grade 11 or 12 honours student
• Interest in the Legislative Assembly and public affairs
• No previous experience working as a Page
Work requirements:
• 5-8 hours/week
• Students must place a priority on their responsibilities to the Legislature
Financial compensation: The rate of pay is $15.83 per hour, plus round trip mileage to Charlottetown from their place of residence at the prevailing civil service rates if they are providing their own transportation.
What do Pages do? You will be responsible for the delivery of documents within the Chamber, the Hon. George Coles Building and the Legislative Annex; serving refreshments; photocopying and other responsibilities as assigned by the Speaker or the Clerks.
• Cafeteria—Hot turkey on a bun with mashed potatoes and hot veggies; Grilled cheese sandwich with side salad; 1/2 chicken Caesar wrap with carrot sticks

Athletics:
 Women’s volleyball 3:15-5:00 today, Men’s Volleyball 5:00-7:00
 Men’s Soccer Monday 3:15 – 4:45
 Men’s baseball Tuesday @ 5:30 in Morell
 Cross Country will be Tuesdays & Thursdays Starting Sept. 10 @ 3:15. Sign Up Sheet in the Phys Ed Area.
 Powerlifting will begin in the next few weeks, more info will follow

Music Dept.
 Jazz Ensemble will be Monday mornings at 7:30 am.
 Concert band is Tuesday & Thursdays at 7:30 am.
 Vocal ensemble is Tuesdays 3;30- 5:00
 Wednesdays at 7;30 am. All are welcome at all of the Emsembles!
 There will be a meeting for anyone interested in the 2021 Music Department trip to perform in Disney World. Any interested musicians should attend a meeting (with their parental units) on Thursday, September 26 at 6:00 pm in the music room. New performers are welcome!!

Student Fees:
 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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Friday, Sept. 13

It’s a “D-C Day”!

Happy Birthday: Madison Pollard

Welcome to Staff Guests: Brynn VanWiechen & Harris Campbell & Wanda Cheverie

Highlights for Today:
• Grad barbeque is Friday, Sept. 13th. All grads must travel on the bus.
• “Reserinksion” If you are in grade 11 or 12 and interested in getting involved early with art and the project working with ‘Birdmouse’ and their ice rink, please come along on Friday lunchtime to meet with Lenny and discuss plans. 12.30pm in the art room #143. Mrs Raj
• Athletics release forms must be completed and passed into Ms. Trainor ASAP!!
• Whittling Club Meeting Today! 11:40-11:50  Rm 113! All Welcome!!
• Thursday & Friday announcements that School WellBeing Team are doing meet & greet for students and staff on Friday September 13 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Rm 87. Please drop in, have a snack and find out about our program.
• Readers’ Circle will begin Wednesday, Sept 18 at 1205pm in library conference room A room 106. Bring your lunch and a friend. See Mrs. Killeen for more details.
• Picture day Monday, September 23 9-1130am!
• Polar Expressions 14th annual Student Short Story & Poetry Contest (K through Gr.12 students are eligible) is happening now. Poetry deadline: November 29, 2019 and Short-story deadline: December 6, 2019! Applications available in library from Mrs. Killeen. Further information on this can be found at https://www.polarexpressions.ca/StudentContests.html
• Anyone interested in student council can get an application in Rm 139, Ms. Beaton’s Rm, Deadline for applications are Monday, September 16.
• Cafeteria— Creamy chicken casserole with homemade dressing and a fresh baked roll; Chicken fingers with wedges; Grilled cheese sandwich; Pizza slice : 3 cheese, pepperoni or BBQ chicken

Athletics:
 Women’s Soccer after school today
 Men’s Soccer Monday 3:15
 Field Hockey practice Monday
 Cross Country will be Tuesdays & Thursdays Starting Sept. 10 @ 3:15. Sign Up Sheet in the Phys Ed Area.
 Powerlifting will begin in the next few weeks, more info will follow

Music Dept.
 Jazz Ensemble will be rocking it out on Monday mornings at 7:30 am starting on Monday, September 16. What a great way to start the week!! If you are interested, come check it out!!
 There will be a meeting for anyone interested in the 2021 Music Department trip to perform in Disney World. Any interested musicians should attend a meeting (with their parental units) on Thursday, September 26 at 6:00 pm in the music room. New performers are welcome!!

Student Fees:
 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, Sept. 12

It’s a “C-D Day”!

Happy Birthday: Myah Palmer

Welcome to Staff Guests: Rose Corney

Highlights for Today:
• Grad barbeque is Friday, Sept. 13th. All grads must travel on the bus.
• All athletes who are trying out for a team (soccer, golf, volleyball, cross country & field hockey) need to see Ms. Trainor today to get a release form! You need this signed in order to tryout!
• All Grads must sign up for Grad Photos outside yearbook office by 12:20 today!
• There will be a short, but IMPORTANT Meeting for all those who volunteered for Breakfast club this year in Room 133 @ 11:45 on Thursday. You must register.
• Will the members of the golf team go to Mr. Kelly’s classroom at first break regarding info on today’s tournament.
• “Reserinksion” If you are in grade 11 or 12 and interested in getting involved early with art and the project working with ‘Birdmouse’ and their ice rink, please come along on Friday lunchtime to meet with Lenny and discuss plans. 12.30pm in the art room #143. Mrs Raj
• Thursday & Friday announcements that School WellBeing Team are doing meet & greet for students and staff on Friday September 13 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Rm 87. Please drop in, have a snack and find out about our program.
• Polar Expressions 14th annual Student Short Story & Poetry Contest (K through Gr.12 students are eligible) is happening now. Poetry deadline: November 29, 2019 and Short-story deadline: December 6, 2019! Applications available in library from Mrs. Killeen. Further information on this can be found at https://www.polarexpressions.ca/StudentContests.html
• Anyone interested in student council can get an application in Rm 139, Ms. Beaton’s Rm, Deadline for applications are Monday, September 16.
• Cafeteria— Beef goulash with side Caesar salad and roll; Donair pita fold with side Caesar salad; Pizzas: 3 cheese, pepperoni, and BBQ chicken

Athletics:
 Men’s baseball Thursday @ 5:30 PM @ Cardigan ball field
 Cross-Country meeting Thursday, 12:05 Rm 141
 Men’s Soccer Thursday 3:20-4:30
 Field Hockey practice Thursday
 Cross Country will be Tuesdays & Thursdays Starting Sept. 10 @ 3:15. Sign Up Sheet in the Phys Ed Area.
 Powerlifting will begin in the next few weeks, more info will follow

Music Dept.
 Jazz Ensemble will be rocking it out on Monday mornings at 7:30 am starting on Monday, September 16. What a great way to start the week!! If you are interested, come check it out!!
 There will be a meeting for anyone interested in the 2021 Music Department trip to perform in Disney World. Any interested musicians should attend a meeting (with their parental units) on Thursday, September 26 at 6:00 pm in the music room. New performers are welcome!!

Student Fees:
 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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