Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday to Aliya McGuigan & Jilliane Runighan ! Belated Birthday wishes to Anthonie Honkoop and Lydia Cudmore who celebrated on the weekend!

Welcome to Guest Staff: Kenneth Nicolle, Jessie Campbell, Nicole Butler, Morgan Hennessey and Wanda Cheverie

Highlights for Today:
• Would Savannah Vandenberghe please see Ms. Beck in Learning Centre B at 1st break?
• There is choir today after school from 3:30-5:00 but not Wed morning as Ms. Beck will be in Summerside. If you are interested in joining, it is not too late. Come on out and check it out!!
• No official SADD meeting today, members should be using this time to do posters for upcoming events. Supplies in library conference room.

Upcoming Events:
• Colouring Circle: Due to popular demand, a brand new club- “Colouring Circle” will be held on Fridays (starting October 13) at lunch in Library Seminar Room 106. Bring your own supplies or use ones provided. Feel free to bring your lunch and a friend just to chill and colour! See Mrs. Killeen for more details, especially if you weren’t able to make it to the sessions at the Wellness Expo!
• Youth Parliament Any students interested in politics and the working of our provincial legislature please see Mr. Munn this week. Students representing all Island high schools will be holding a mock parliament on October 13, and November 24-25.
• Hospitality & Tourism Students enrolled in hospitality and tourism second semester are required to pick up a letter from Mrs. Hicken in room #133.
• Holland College For those students interested in going to Holland College: Online registration has opened this morning for their upcoming Campus Tour Day, happening on Saturday, November 4th. You can find out more information at http://www.hollandcollege.com/campus-tour-day/.
• MRHS Fly Tyers meet Wednesday @ 11:45.

Grade 12 Students:
• Mount Allison University will be holding an Open House on Friday, October 13, from 8:45am-3:45pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am. Tour the campus, learn about academic programs and extracurricular activities, sit in on mini-lectures, and have time to explore residences, labs, and all Mount Allison has to offer. On the spot admissions will be available, so bring your most recent transcript to waive your $50 application fee. To register, visit mta.ca/openhouse

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Thursday, Oct., 5, 2017

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday to Hailey Skrynsky!

Welcome to Guest Staff: Nicole Butler & Wanda Cheverie

Highlights for Today:
• SADD will be meeting today, October 5, at 12:05pm in the Library Conference room (change of day for this week only). Feel free to bring your lunch!
• Bake Sale Choir will be hosting a bake sale at lunch today in the cafeteria. Come grab a yummy snack!!
• Peer Helpers There will be a brief block meeting for all peer helpers today, October 5 during your peer helping block in room 139.
• Grads There will be a short meeting of the grad activity committee today at 12:00 noon in room 119
• Heckberts will be here on today, October 5, at lunchtime to take your grad photo orders and make payment arrangements.

Missing—Chrome book #13 are missing from the library, please return if you find them.

Upcoming Events:
• Colouring Circle: Due to popular demand, a brand new club- “Colouring Circle” will be held on Fridays (starting October 13) at lunch in Library Seminar Room 106. Bring your own supplies or use ones provided. Feel free to bring your lunch and a friend just to chill and colour! See Mrs. Killeen for more details, especially if you weren’t able to make it to the sessions at the Wellness Expo!
• Youth Parliament Any students interested in politics and the working of our provincial legislature please see Mr. Munn this week. Students representing all Island high schools will be holding a mock parliament on October 13, and November 24-25.
• Hospitality & Tourism Students enrolled in hospitality and tourism second semester are required to pick up a letter from Mrs. Hicken in room #133.
• Holland College For those students interested in going to Holland College: Online registration has opened this morning for their upcoming Campus Tour Day, happening on Saturday, November 4th. You can find out more information at http://www.hollandcollege.com/campus-tour-day/.

Grade 12 Students:
• Mount Allison University will be holding an Open House on Friday, October 13, from 8:45am-3:45pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am. Tour the campus, learn about academic programs and extracurricular activities, sit in on mini-lectures, and have time to explore residences, labs, and all Mount Allison has to offer. On the spot admissions will be available, so bring your most recent transcript to waive your $50 application fee. To register, visit mta.ca/openhouse

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Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday to Jason Giersdorf and Ava Washington!

Welcome to Guest Staff: Nicole Butler, Trisha Harris, April Ennis, Wanda Cheverie & Hailey Batchilder

Highlights for Today:
• School picture proofs and ID cards have arrived and are being distributed during A Block this morning. Orders are due back Tuesday, October 17, 2017.
• If anyone finds a white water bottle with black hearts, please return it to Mrs. Killeen. Thank you.

Sports Today:
Home Games—Women’s Field Hockey host Bluefield @5:30 PM
Women’s AAA Volleyball host Bluefield @ 5:30 PM
Men’s Volleyball host Bluefield@ 7:30 PM
Away Games—Women’s Soccer @ Colonel Gray 5PM
Women’s A Volleyball @ Francois Buote 5 PM

Missing—Chrome book #13 are missing from the library, please return if you find them.

Upcoming Events:
• SADD will be meeting on Thursday, October 5, at 12:05pm in the Library Conference room (change of day for this week only). Feel free to bring your lunch!
• Colouring Circle: Due to popular demand, a brand new club- “Colouring Circle” will be held on Fridays (starting October 13) at lunch in Library Seminar Room 106. Bring your own supplies or use ones provided. Feel free to bring your lunch and a friend just to chill and colour! See Mrs. Killeen for more details, especially if you weren’t able to make it to the sessions at the Wellness Expo!
• Youth Parliament Any students interested in politics and the working of our provincial legislature please see Mr. Munn this week. Students representing all Island high schools will be holding a mock parliament on October 13, and November 24-25.
• Bake Sale  Choir will be hosting a bake sale at lunch tomorrow in the cafeteria. Come grab a yummy snack!!
• Peer Helpers There will be a brief block meeting for all peer helpers on Thursday, October 5 during your peer helping block in room 139.
• Hospitality & Tourism Students enrolled in hospitality and tourism second semester are required to pick up a letter from Mrs. Hicken in room #133.
• Grads There will be a short meeting of the grad activity committee Thursday at 12:00 noon in room 119

Grade 12 Students:
• Heckberts will be here on Thursday, October 5, at lunchtime to take your grad photo orders and make payment arrangements.
• Mount Allison University will be holding an Open House on Friday, October 13, from 8:45am-3:45pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am. Tour the campus, learn about academic programs and extracurricular activities, sit in on mini-lectures, and have time to explore residences, labs, and all Mount Allison has to offer. On the spot admissions will be available, so bring your most recent transcript to waive your $50 application fee. To register, visit mta.ca/openhouse

 

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Tuesday, October 3 2017

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Birthday to Chase Johnston & Morgan Therien!

Welcome to Staff Guests: Katie Hicken, Wanda Cheverie & Dawn Martell

Students and staff will be participating in a Wellness Expo from 9:00 am until 11:45. If you need to contact the school, please e-mail the Principal at saevans-renaud@gov.pe.ca and she will respond to your question.

Next SADD meeting will be Thursday, October 5th at 12:05pm in Library Conference room~!
Yes-this is different than our usual Tuesday. It’s just for this week.
Feel free to bring your lunch!

Cross country runners are reminded of their first race today, October 3 at Charlottetown Rural. The bus will be leaving at 11:15 am and returning to the school by 4 pm. Please remember to bring warm clothing, a lunch and lots of water.

Wayne Johnston, Linden MacIntyre reading in Charlottetown tonight
The Guardian (Charlottetown)October 3, 2017
Two Atlantic Canadian authors will visit Charlottetown today.
Wayne Johnston and Linden MacIntyre will appear at 7:30 p.m. in the Georgian Ballroom at Rodd Charlottetown hosted by the Bookmark. UPEI English professor Richard Lemm will be the moderator for the evening.
MacIntyre’s is the author of “The Long Stretch” and his boyhood memoir, “Causeway: A Passage from Innocence.” His second novel, “The Bishop’s Man,” won the Scotiabank Giller Prize.
MacIntyre’s third book in the loose-knit trilogy, “Why Men Lie,” was also a No. 1 national best-seller.
He spent 24 years as the cohost of CBC’s “The Fifth Estate” and has won 10 Gemini awards for his work.
MacIntyre’s new novel is “The Only Café”.
Johnston was born and raised in the St. John’s area of Newfoundland and now lives in Toronto.
His novels include “The Custodian of Paradise,” “The Navigator of New York” and “The Colony of Unrequited Dreams”. Johnston is also the author of a memoir, “Baltimore’s Mansion.”
His new book is “First Snow, Last Light”.

 

Youth Parliament Any students interested in politics and the working of our provincial legislature please see Mr. Munn this week. October 13, and November 24-25 students representing all island high schools will be holding a mock parliament.

Mount Allison University will be holding an Open House on Friday, October 13 from 8:45am-3:45pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am. Tour the campus, learn about academic programs and extracurricular activities, sit in on mini-lectures, and have time to explore residences, labs, and all Mount Allison has to offer. On the spot admissions will be available, so bring your most recent transcript to waive your $50 application fee. To register, visit mta.ca/openhouse

 

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Monday, October 2nd 2017

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday to Carson Johnston!

Welcome to Staff Guests: Nicole Butler, Mike Hambly, Wanda Cheverie and Brian Crane

Sports: Men’s Soccer @ Charlottetown Rural 5PM
Women’s Field Hockey @ Rural (Cornwall turf) @ 5:10 PM.
Bus leaves at 2:45 PM
Students will no longer be able to eat food in Student Services. There will still be food available to students but it must be taken and eaten in the cafeteria.

Next SADD meeting will be Thursday, October 5th at 12:05pm in Library Conference room~!
Yes-this is different than our usual Tuesday. It’s just for this week.
Feel free to bring your lunch!

Cross country runners are reminded of their first race tomorrow (October 3) at Charlottetown Rural. The bus will be leaving at 11:15 am and returning to the school by 4 pm. Please remember to bring warm clothing, a lunch and lots of water.
If you are not traveling home on the bus, please see Mr. MacDonald today.

Mr. Trainor’s Oceanography 621 class will be leaving from the lobby at 10:25 for a field trip to Panmure Island. Teachers, a list will be sent out of those attending.

Youth Parliament Any students interested in politics and the working of our provincial legislature please see Mr. Munn this week. October 13, and November 24-25 students representing all island high schools will be holding a mock parliament.

Mount Allison University will be holding an Open House on Friday, October 13 from 8:45am-3:45pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am. Tour the campus, learn about academic programs and extracurricular activities, sit in on mini-lectures, and have time to explore residences, labs, and all Mount Allison has to offer. On the spot admissions will be available, so bring your most recent transcript to waive your $50 application fee. To register, visit mta.ca/openhouse

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Friday, September 29, 2017

It’s a “C-D” Day!

Happy Early Birthday to: Brittany Gordon, Perry Gotell, Jessica Collings, Logan Glover & Noah Greencorn who will celebrate on the weekend !

Welcome to Staff Guests: Morgan Hennessey, Wanda Cheverie and Katie Hicken

Students will no longer be able to eat food in Student Services. There will still be food available to students but it must be taken and eaten in the cafeteria.

Free Tickets For Students in Grade 10-12 to attend the play,
“Canada, It’s Complicated”, Sat., Sept. 30th at 7:30pm @ Kings Playhouse, Georgetown (Reserve by calling 1 888 346 5666)
Written by Gemini award winner Mary Walsh and featuring our country’s freshest comedic talent. Canada, It’s Complicated combines satirical sketches and songs that examine the joys, foibles, tragedies and triumphs of Canada as it is today – and where it will be in the future. We’re excited to be offering two opportunities for high school students to participate in the show: Public Workshop on theatre creation Saturday, Sept. 30th at 2pm or attend the show @ 7:30. Registration in advance only by emailing info@kingsplayhouse.com or calling 1 888 346 5666.

Youth Parliament Any students interested in politics and the working of our provincial legislature please see Mr. Munn this week. October 13, and November 24-25 students representing all island high schools will be holding a mock parliament.

Just Being Kids will be having a dance today, Friday, September 29th at the Cavendish Wellness Centre in Montague. Time is 8pm-10pm and cost is $5 plus a food item or $7 with no food item. JBK will have a guest performer Nathaniel Flynn who will not only be performing but will teach some of the dance moves.

Mount Allison University will be holding an Open House on Friday, October 13 from 8:45am-3:45pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am. Tour the campus, learn about academic programs and extracurricular activities, sit in on mini-lectures, and have time to explore residences, labs, and all Mount Allison has to offer. On the spot admissions will be available, so bring your most recent transcript to waive your $50 application fee. To register, visit mta.ca/openhouse

Ingdigo Loves YA 1st Annual YA Appreciation day, Sat., Sept. 30 4-6 pm. Door prizes, trivia, games and more! Call 902-569-9213 to sign up !

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Thursday, September 28th 2017

It’s a “D-C” Day!

Happy Birthday to Simran Kaur!

Welcome to Staff Guests: Katie Hicken & Wanda Cheverie

Gentle Reminder to the Breakfast Club Volunteers. Make sure that you have passed in your information sheets to Ms. A by this Thursday. Otherwise, you won’t get credit for the hours you worked!!

Envirothon Team Meeting at the beginning of lunch today in Rm 129.

Free Tickets For Students in Grade 10-12 to attend the play, “Canada, It’s Complicated”, Sat., Sept. 30th at 7:30pm @ Kings Playhouse, Georgetown (Reserve by calling 1 888 346 5666) Written by Gemini award winner Mary Walsh and featuring our country’s freshest comedic talent. Canada, It’s Complicated combines satirical sketches and songs that examine the joys, foibles, tragedies and triumphs of Canada as it is today – and where it will be in the future. We’re excited to be offering two opportunities for high school students to participate in the show: Public Workshop on theatre creation Saturday, Sept. 30th at 2pm or attend the show @ 7:30. Registration in advance only by emailing info@kingsplayhouse.com or calling 1 888 346 5666.

Youth Parliament Any students interested in politics and the working of our provincial legislature please see Mr. Munn this week. October 13, and November 24-25 students representing all island high schools will be holding a mock parliament.

The Culinary class is getting ready for their first meal on Friday, Sept. 29th at 11:50 in Room 136. Sign up at the ticket booth 12-12:15 Tuesday, Wed., & Thurs. Cost is $8
The meal includes:
Pulled Pork on a Kaiser bun served with Long Grain & Wild rice and a corn salsa. Dessert is Blueberry Grunt with a Homemade ice cream.
The beverage is called apple Tropics which is a pleasant blend of apple, pineapple and passion fruit juices. Check out the posters throughout the school.

Just Being Kids will be having a dance this upcoming Friday, September 29th at the Cavendish Wellness Centre in Montague. Time is 8pm-10pm and cost is $5 plus a food item or $7 with no food item. JBK will have a guest performer Nathaniel Flynn who will not only be performing but will teach some of the dance moves.

Mount Allison University will be holding an Open House on Friday, October 13 from 8:45am-3:45pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am. Tour the campus, learn about academic programs and extracurricular activities, sit in on mini-lectures, and have time to explore residences, labs, and all Mount Allison has to offer. On the spot admissions will be available, so bring your most recent transcript to waive your $50 application fee. To register, visit mta.ca/openhouse

Ingdigo Loves YA 1st Annual YA Appreciation day, Sat., Sept. 30 4-6 pm. Door prizes, trivia, games and more! Call 902-569-9213 to sign up !

Parent Information Night Holland College and the University of Prince Edward Island will be hosting a parent information night on Tonight, Thursday September 28th 6:00pm @MRHS Cafeteria. Come and hear about the exciting opportunities that exist for students who want to study on PEI!

 

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