Thursday, October 24

Next week there will be Halloween coloring sheets available for students who want to participate in the coloring contest. The top 2 winners from each coloring sheet will receive a chocolate bar. .

Next Thursday the blood chug will take place at 11:45 in the cafeteria. Teams of four will compete. The first 8 teams who sign up on the sheet located by the trophy case outside the office will participate. The winning team will receive a chocolate bar for each member.

Next Friday, October 31st, will be our Halloween dress up day. The three best dressed in each grade will win prizes and there will be one prize for the best dressed group or pair costumes in the whole school.

The Pumpkin Toss will take place Tuesday, November 4th at 11:45 outside by the shed. Sign up your team of four on the sign-up sheet in the lower lobby beside the trophy case. The first teams to sign-up will get to compete.  Prizes will be awarded to the winning team.

This is the final weekend to sell pies. All order forms and money must be turned in to Tracy in the office on Monday, October 27th.

UNB Fredericton are hosting 2 parent/ student information nights here on PEI.  Tuesday, October 28th in Charlottetown and Wednesday, October 29th in Summerside.  See the student services door for more details.

Students in grade 11 and 12 who are interested in the Rotary Youth Exchange program are encouraged to attend an information session at Three Oaks on November 4th at 7:30pm.

Intramurals today are: Da White Boys vs Teachers, Grade 12 Boys vs 7/11’s.

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Thursday, October 23

Intramurals today are the: 7/11’s vs Teachers and Da White Boys vs The Girls

Grads, next grad activity is today from 3:15 – 5:00.  We will be pumpkin carving, playing games and having treats.  This is good, free, fun.  Come out and have a time.

Grads are reminded to sign up for the Haunted Barn for this weekend.  This is the last chance to volunteer and get money taken off your Safe Grad Fees at the end of the year.

This is the last weekend to sell frozen pies. All pies orders and money must be handed in to Tracy in the office on Monday, November 27th.

The senior girls volleyball team lost a tough match last evening against Westisle.  The girls travel to Francois Buote tonight for a game @ 6:00.  The bus will be leaving the school @ 4:45.

The drama group will be meeting tonight from 3:15 – 4:15 in the comfy room in the library.  We are looking at scripts for the Christmas play.  If you can’t make it, please see Mrs. Cole.

Any student in grade 11 and 12 who is interested in peer tutoring please see Mrs. Cole.  Peer tutoring is a great way to help other students with their studies and you can earn hours towards a bursary for volunteering.

Cafeteria News –  Chartwell’s is no longer able to provide cafeteria services at Kinkora High after October.  I would ask that you all make a point to thank Carol, our lunch lady, for all her hard work and dedication over the last two years at KRSH.  We will miss her warm welcome every day.

Blazer Beef Supper is being held on November 2nd.   Mrs. Cole will be going around to talk to classes over the next two days about the Blazer Beef Supper.  This supper is run by you students and is a great chance to support your school, and show the community how wonderful the students of Kinkora High are.  The supper is on November 2nd and we need everyone to contribute.  All money raised goes back to support student activities such as band, athletics, art programs, field trips and additional activities at the school.  Please sign up for a job.

The Senior soccer team defeated Charlottetown Rural 3-0 yesterday. Rachel Green led the girls by scoring the hat trick. Shelby Sudsbury recorded the shutout. The girls all played a strong second half and will play Monday in the quarter-final. Team and location will be announced tomorrow.

UNB Fredericton are hosting 2 parent/ student information nights here on PEI.  Tuesday, October 28th in Charlottetown and Wednesday, October 29th in Summerside.  See the student services door for more details.

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

October is Canadian Library Month! Library trivia will be in the announcements throughout the month. Congratulations to last week’s winner Tim Reeves who knew that Asinius Pollio established the first public library. He won a $10 gift card from Coles.

This week’s trivia question is :

What is the best selling book of all time?

  1. The Bible
  2. The Hobbit
  3. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
  4. The Lord of the Rings

Enter by writing the answer as well as your name on the ballots available in the library. Ballot box is on the table. Can’t miss it. Great prizes to be won. Draw takes place at the end of each week.

Intramural volleyball games  today are:

Da White Boys vs Grade 12 Girls

The Girls vs DVS Dangles

Peer Helpers are reminded that Assignment #2 is due ASAP. Placement teachers are reminded to fill out the bi-weekly evaluation form online.

There will be a student council meeting for all the grade reps and the executive today at 11:25 in room 213. Please bring your lunch.

Congratulations to Ben McCarville as he is the student of the week. See Stew for your treats Ben.

The bus for senior soccer will leave KISH at 2:40 and pick up the Blazer girls right after school at KRHS. The senior women play Monday in the quarter-finals and depending on today’s outcome, may be travelling to Montague. Parent will need to transport students if this is the case.

The senior girls volleyball team plays this evening @ 5:00 VS Westisle, here at K.R.H.S.  Could all of the girls please be at the school by 4:15.

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

There will be a student council meeting for all the grade reps and the executive tomorrow at 11:25 in room 213. Please bring your lunch.

Peer Helpers are reminded that Assignment #2 is due ASAP. Placement teachers are reminded to fill out the bi-weekly evaluation form online.

Intramural volleyball starts up again today. Today, the Grade 12 boys vs the da white boys. Second game is the Grade 12 girls vs the Girls

Senior Girls Soccer practice at KISH from 3:15 to 4:30

Drivers Ed Classes will begin after school on Wednesday, Oct. 22nd.  Registration can be done online @ safedriverspei.com or by phone/text 902 439 0966.

Grad Activity this Thursdsay from 3 – 5 at school.  We are decorating pumpkins and sharing treats.

Grad Executive meeting Wednesday at lunch in Mr. Killorn’s room.

Drama group meeting on Thursday 3:00 – 4:00 in the cafeteria.

This is the last week for the pie fundraiser.  All forms are due to the office next Monday.  Remember there are great prizes.

Spiritwear will go on sale next week at noon.  Sizes will be available to try on.

Grade 9 students are reminded to pass in your Immunization forms to the office asap.

Grade 12 Ag Cert meeting at 11:20 in Room 205.

The frozen pie fundraiser ends next Monday. Please support this KRHS fundraiser.

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Monday, October 20, 2014

There will be a student council meeting for all the grade reps and the executive today at 11:25 in room 213. Please bring your lunch.

Happy birthday today to Aaron Hughes.

This is the final week to sell frozen pies for our fundraiser. Great top prizes for the top 3 sellers and with every 10 pies sold you get a chance to become the “KRHS Armchair Student of the Day”.

Peer Helpers are reminded that Assignment #2 is due ASAP. Placement teachers are reminded to fill out the bi-weekly evaluation form online.

Grad activity this Thursdsay from 3-5:00pm at school.  We are decorating pumpkins and sharing treats.

Grad Executive meeting Wednesday at lunch in Mr. Killorn’s room.

Drama group meeting on Thursday 3:00 – 4:00 in the cafeteria.

This is the last week for the pie fundraiser.  All forms are due to the office next Monday.  Remember there are great prizes.

Spiritwear will go on sale next week at noon.  Sizes will be available to try on.

Grade 9 students are reminded to pass in your Immunization forms to the office ASAP.

In recognition of World Food Day, employees at Farm Credit Canada and local food banks on PEI will be collecting donations of food and money for people who are hungry in our province. Kinkora Regional High School will collect dry goods and non-perishable items from Monday, October 13 to Tuesday, October 21. The WINNING HOMEROOM will receive a pizza party. Last year, this national program collected over six million pounds of food for Canadian food banks.

Sign up today for intramural volleyball. Games will start tomorrow.

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Friday, October 17, 2014

There will be a student council meeting for all the grade reps and the executive on Monday at 11:25 in room 213. Please bring your lunch.

All pie sale order forms are due October 27th.

Pictures retakes are taking place today after lunch.

Mrs. Tremere’s PEI History class is in the library today.

October is Canadian Library Month! Library trivia will be in the announcements throughout the month.

This week’s trivia question is :

What person established the first PUBLIC library?

Julius Caesar
Asinius Pollio
Mark Anthony

Enter by writing the answer as well as your name on the ballots available in the library. Ballot box is on the table. Can’t miss it. Great prizes to be won. Draw takes place at the end of each week.

Any students who would like a copy of the October Blazer Newsletter, please pick one up in the K.R.H.S. Library anytime.

Grads, next grad activity will take place at the school on October 23rd from 3:30 – 5:00.  We will be pumpkin carving, playing games and having treats.  Grads are reminded to sign up for the Haunted Barn for the next two weekends.

The senior girls volleyball team play TOSH tonight @ 4:00.  The girls need to find their own drives to and from the game and should be at TOSH ASAP after school.

All senior girls volleyball players are required to meet in Mr. Killorn’s room immediately after the bell for morning break for a meeting.

Envirothon:  Meeting at 11:40 today.

Holland 2015 Travellers:  Please meet in room 205 during the morning break.

In recognition of World Food Day, employees at Farm Credit Canada and local food banks on PEI will be collecting donations of food and money for people who are hungry in our province. Kinkora Regional High School will collect dry goods and non-perishable items from Monday, October 13 to Tuesday, October 21. The WINNING HOMEROOM will receive a pizza party. Last year, this national program collected over six million pounds of food for Canadian food banks.

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

October is Canadian Library Month! Library trivia will be in the announcements throughout the month. Congratulations to last week’s winner Tate McAvinn who knew that the marble lions who stand guard over the entrances to the New York Public Library are named Patience and Fortitude. He won a $10 gift card from Coles.

This week’s trivia question is :

What person established the first PUBLIC library?

  1. Julius Caesar
    b. Asinius Pollio
    c. Mark Anthony

Enter by writing the answer as well as your name on the ballots available in the library. Ballot box is on the table. Can’t miss it. Great prizes to be won. Draw takes place at the end of each week.

Any students who would like a copy of the October Blazer Newsletter, please pick one up in the K.R.H.S. Library anytime.

There will be a student council meeting for all the grade reps and the executive today at 11:25 in room 213. Please bring your lunch.

The dance that was scheduled for last week is rescheduled for Thursday, November 13th.

The Women’s soccer team defeated Souris 5-0 last night. Scoring for the girls were Jill Lawless with 2, Alexis Mulligan, Kelsey Haslam, and Shelby Sudsbury. Lindsay Ramsay recorded the shutout. The girls will practice after school Tuesday at 3:15 next week.

In recognition of World Food Day, employees at Farm Credit Canada and local food banks on PEI will be collecting donations of food and money for people who are hungry in our province. Kinkora Regional High School will collect dry goods and non-perishable items from Monday, October 13 to Tuesday, October 21. The WINNING HOMEROOM will receive a pizza party. Last year, this national program collected over six million pounds of food for Canadian food banks.

A reminder to all students that hockey pools are due tomorrow.

Happy Belated birthdays to Stephanie Rogers who celebrated on Oct 10th and Olivia Mullins who celebrated on Oct 15

School photo retakes will take place Friday afternoon.

Next week will be the final full week to see frozen pies. Great prizes for top sellers and a chance to be the armchair student of the day.

Good luck to the midget girls volleyball today as they play Ecole Sur Mer.

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