It’s a D-C day today!
Happy Belated Birthday to Max Krolikowski who celebrated his special day on Saturday!
Welcome to the following guest staff today: Donna White for Bethany MacLeod, Martin Zver for Karen Malone, Eric VanWiechen for Natasha Dowd, Wanda Cheverie for Toby Murphy, Denise MacGillivray for Gail Greene and Tracy Schurman for Dawn Martell.
- Any students who have signed up for peer help for next year, please see Mrs. Hicken before you leave for the summer, to set up an appointment for an interview. You must have an interview before you can be accepted into the program.
- Any CSLC participants who would like more bars can pick them up today, on a first come, first served, basis.
- The MRHS Music Department is proud to announce the nominees for the “Musician of the Year Award” for the 2011-12 school year: Sarah Thompson, Melissa Haberl, Sam Butler, Adam Beck, Brielle Ansems and Nathan McLeod. Congratulations on your nominations!
- The sound crew for the vocal class final assignments please meet in Learning Centre B today at 12:30 p.m.
- The last Culinary meal will be this Wednesday. The menu is: Corn Chowder, Vegetarian Lasagne, Garlic Cheese Bread, Tiramisu, and Lemon Iced Tea. Cost is $7.00. Purchase and/or sign-up for the meal at noon in the main lobby. Meal service begins @ 11:45 and will continue until noon. Meals served to those who paid first and on a first come, first serve basis.
- The Culinary classes certainly appreciate all your support this term and are in the process of developing a cookbook of all the recipes made this year. Stay tuned for more info!
- Congratulations to the following athletes who have been selected as Provincial All-Stars in their respective sports:
- Kiaya Jorden and Sasha Mooney – Women’s AAA Rugby
- Daniel Nicholson and Jack VandenBroek – Men’s AA Rugby
- Emily Cairn and Heather Drake – Women’s Softball
- Brett Birt and Cole MacLeod – Men’s Softball
- The Men’s Softball bus will depart for TOSH today at 2:45 pm
- The fitness center will be open mornings, at lunch, and after school most days until the end of the year, for students who are interested in making up Phys Ed time.
- Congratulations to Meagan Thorne for winning PEI’s Raceroony, a PEI trivia game by Michael D. Corney. Meagan correctly answered the question: Who was the first Premier of PEI born in the Montague area? James D. Stewart was born in Lower Montague. He was Premier from 1923-27, 1931-
- All library books, kobos, Mrs. Turner’s special loaned out books, etc are due back TODAY. Anyone with overdue library books will get a notice in the next
- Any suggestions for books for the library? Put them on the bulletin board in the library!
- New Scholarships available: Global Automotive Scholarship (for students pursuing a career in the automotive field); PEI Roadrunners Bursary (for students who have participated in organized running events); Save Everyday Scholarships (for students who have made exception accomplishments in any of the following fields: Leadership, Community and Volunteering, Art/Culture/Recreation, Business, Science and Technology, Government and Politics).
- Grade 12 students are reminded that the deadline to complete applications for the Applied For Grad Awards is June 6.
- Grade 12 students who have applied to colleges or universities are reminded that you must come to Student Services and indicate on the list on Ms. Coady’s door where you would like your final transcript sent. Also, please notify Ms. Coady or Mr. Conohan of any scholarship offers you will be accepting.
- Students in Cooperative Work Studies classes are reminded that your final project is to be ready to present this Thursday(no exceptions).
- MRHS is hosting a mobile blood donor clinic on Thursday, June 7. This event is open to all 17 and over. To book an appointment, please call 1-888-to-donate or book online at http://www.Blood.ca. If you are too young, please ask a family member or a friend to sign up.
- There will be Block meetings for all Peer Helpers this Friday, June 8. Please make sure you attend.