March 7, 2017

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday to Tanner Crant, Lauren Smith 

Welcome to the Following Staff: Adam Gauthier, Jessica Campbell 

Course Selections for Next Year:

In a new initiative from our School Goals Team, we have matched up all Grade 11 students with a teacher mentor.  You will find the student-teacher lists posted on the walls around the school.  Time has been set aside on Friday afternoon during our PD day for Grade 11 students and their parents to meet with the teacher mentor to discuss course selection and post-secondary plans.  Please contact your mentor to set this up if they do not contact you first.  This is a great opportunity for you to make sure you have graduation requirements! 

Today’s Highlights:

  • SADD meeting today at 12:05 in the Library Conference Room.
  • Grade 10 students in English 421 with Ms. Burrows (C-Block) are reminded today is the last day to complete their assignments in the Library at break and/or lunch. Booklets will be at circulation desk.
  • Any students interested in participating as a delegate in the John Peters Humphrey Model United Nations at St. Thomas University this May 5-7, please see Mr. Lea by the end of the week.
  • Student council is hosting an ‘All-You-Can Eat’ dessert party today from 6-8. Cost is $5.00.
  • Today in the Cafeteria: Chicken quesadilla with Mexican rice and side salad, philly cheese steak flat bread hoagie, BBQ chicken pizza, BLT wrap. 


  • Congratulations to both the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams! Everyone worked hard in the games yesterday and represented Montague Regional well! Great season, everyone!
  • Congratulations to first team AA All-Star Dyllin Bernard and second team AA All-Stars Grace Boyce, Allison Vandaele, and Abigail Hameline.
  • Next Basketball intramural game is tomorrow when Team 2 plays the Caucasian Invasion. 

Upcoming Events:

  • Tomorrow in the Cafeteria: Spaghetti with meat or marinara sauce, served with side salad and garlic breadstick, chicken parmesan wrap, panzerotti, hummus and veggie wrap.
  • StudentBiz will be in the school on March 9 at lunchtime for any student who is interested in the program.  StudentBiz program – a program that supports entrepreneurs between the ages of 16-24 who are still students and wish to establish a summer business. StudentBiz gives its participants $1,000 (non-repayable) to its participants for business start-up costs; offers a $1,000 loan to those participants to further their business’s goals; and, at program’s end, gives the student entrepreneur a $500 stipend towards their education. And all through the process we connect our young entrepreneurs with experts and advisors who help them build a business plan, and indeed, build a business.
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