It’s a “C-D” Day!
Welcome the following guest staff today: Dean Lackie, Ellen MacCannell for Charlie Trainor, Mike Hambly for Philip MacDonald, Wanda Cheverie for Toby Murphy, Brian Crane for Rod MacDonald.
Happy Birthday to Katie Green. We also extend belated greetings to Jenna Smith and Denver Garrett who celebrated their birthdays over this past weekend.
Lost and Found: A bracelet was left on Bus #448 travelling to the Women’s Soccer and Volleyball games last Friday. If you are missing this item, please check at the main office.
• Don’t forget… Tomorrow is the last day to get your school photo orders in!
• Child Care has started a fund-raising effort to promote school spirit. They have challenged Ms. MacLeod’s Hospitality and Tourism class to do something to promote school spirit and to see if they can match or beat the child care’s donation of $77 to the IWK. They have until Friday, October 24, to complete this task and to pass it on.
• October 24 – Open House: Undergraduates – University of King’s College
• October 26 – Open House: McGill University. Register online at http://www.mcgill.ca/openhouse/register
• October 27 — UNB Fredericton will be doing a lunchtime presentation for all interested students in the Library Conference room. Please sign up in Student Services. The session will begin at 11:45; please plan to take your lunches with you.
• October 28 — UNB Fredericton will be hosting a Parent and Student Night at 7:00pm at the Delta Prince Edward in Charlottetown.
• November 7 — Dalhousie Faculty of Agriculture is having an Open House.
• November 15 from 10:00am to 2:00pm – Holland College will be hosting an Open House Campus Tour Day. Students must register in order to attend at HollandCollege.com/campus-tour.
• Saint Mary’s University has three faculty specific Open Houses: one for Arts and Environmental Studies, one for Commerce and for Science and Engineering. Please check their website for more information.
• Loran Scholarship – 30 scholarships valued up to $80,000. Applications are due to Student Services by Wednesday, October 8, 2014.
• Women’s Soccer Team defeated Souris on Friday evening with a 5-0 finish. Sarah MacVarish had 4 goals and Emma Collings had 1. Great job, girls!
• The Men’s Soccer Team went 2-1 before losing in the semi-final to Charlottetown Rural at the Colonel Gray tournament on the weekend.
• Congratulations to Mark Morrison who completed the PEI Marathon 5k yesterday in 22.19 minutes.
• Men’s Volleyball practice today from 3:15 to 5:15pm.
• Dodgeball Action Today: Klumsy Kyle play Dreamteam 06. Next game is on Wednesday when No Hit Sherlock plays Ball of Duty.
• Students are encouraged to check out the following website for into 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! See Mrs. Killeen for more details, registration forms and brochures. http://www.legion.ca/youth/contests/
• Students and staff: we’re looking for your book recommendations in the library. We’ve started a new display “Hooked on Reading” inside the library and hope to get a full bulletin board over the next several weeks!
You don’t need to complete a super long book review…just a general suggestion (title, author, theme, length, description of favourite characters or setting) on an index card. Why do you love it? Why should we try it? That sort of thing. It’s wide open and a work in progress! You don’t even have to include your name. You may win a free book for your efforts! See Mrs. Killeen for more info!
• Student Essay Contest: Imagine you have the power to fix the biggest problem in the world. In two pages or less, describe the problem and what you would do about it. Enter for a chance to win a trip to Toronto to see a special advance screening of the movie, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay”. Contest ends this Friday, October 24, 2014. Visit the Library and ask Mrs. Killeen for more information about this writing contest.
• 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 Thursday, November 6. See Mrs. Killeen for more details. Parents and community members will have an opportunity to fill one out Thursday evening, November 6, at Parent-Teacher interviews.
• All students are required to pay a $20 Student Fee. Payment may be made at the main office.
• School Photos: The deadline for returning school picture orders is tomorrow, October 21. Students are to return orders in sealed envelopes to home room teachers. Home room teachers will be asked to submit all orders to Mrs. Killeen at the end of A Block on the October 21. Retake date is on Monday, November 3 (morning). If students do not like their photo, they must hold on to their original envelope until that date.
• Super Saver Books: Super saver books are now on sale for $10. If you are interested in purchasing a booklet, please see a student council member or see Mrs. Hicken.
• SPC Cards: SPC cards will be on sale until this Friday, October 24. Please pick yours up in Room #133 before this time.
• Students are advised that the “Lost and Found” bin in the main lobby will be emptied once a month and the contents discarded and/or donated. If you are missing any items, please check this box.
• UPEI Nursing students, Natasha McHerron and Jennifer Morrison-Ryan, are working out of Room 220 (Teacher Prep Room beside Staff Room). Have a Question? Concern? Issue? Need to chat? Come see them in Room #202 and ask for Jenn and Tash or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
• Any students who would like to have a peer tutor, please see Ms. Beck in Learning Centre B.
• Homework Club is available every day in Learning Centre B from 12:00-12:20.
• Students may make requests for the “Friday Song”. Requests have to be submitted no later than Thursday to Noah Hoskins, Colton Matheson, or Ms. Natasha Nabuurs.
• There will be a meeting this Tuesday in the Library Conference room at the beginning of lunch for all students interested in joining SNAC (Student Nutrition Action Committee). Please bring your lunch as we would like to start at 11:45.
• Culinary Meals: Following is the schedule for the remaining first round Culinary meals; the dates are firm (barring disaster), the menus may be tweaked as time goes on. Sign up for the $8 meals will be at the ticket booth in the lobby at noon. Look for posters each week for more details and watch announcements.
o Friday, October 24: Garden salad with cherry tomatoes, carrots, cucumber and celery with our ranch dressing, herb foccacia bread, Italian stew (made with macaroni, beef, carrots, tomatoes and cheese), warm apple crisp topped with whipped cream and cinnamon, and sunshine juice (a colourful mixture of orange and cranberry).
o Friday, October 31: Fruit cocktail (a delicious blend of at least pineapple, grapes, pears, peaches and apples), bruschetta (toasted baguette topped with a tomato, garlic and basil mixture), marinated chicken kebabs served with white rice, creamy cheesecake and tropical strawberry banana smoothies.
Public Service Announcements:
• Come out for a “Night of Terror” hosted by Atlantic Fitness East on Sunday, October 26. Doors are open from 7:00 to 11:00pm. Cost is $5 for ages 12+ and $3 for children. Proceeds go to building maintenance! Drop by for your fill of fear before Hallowe’en even darkens your doorstep! If you have any questions, call AFE at (902) 838-3047.