Friday, September 20, 2019

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

Congratulations to Ryder Howatt as he is the student of the week. See Stew for your treats.

The annual Rotary Youth Parliament is scheduled to take place Friday, November 22nd and Saturday, November 23rd, 2019 in Charlottetown. The pre-parliament session is to take place on Friday, October 18th, and it is mandatory to attend this session in order to participate in the event. Youth Parliament is a unique two day event where students from all over the Island act as MLAs and have the opportunity to present and debate acts and resolutions on current issues that affect P.E.I. in the floor of the legislature. In preparation for this mock assembly, participants will meet with fellow students from all over the Island to prepare their platform and organize their debate. While it does require a time commitment from participating students, it is a unique opportunity for them to present their ideas for the future of Prince Edward Island.  If you are in grade 11 or 12, if you are interested in provincial politics, if you like to debate issues, and if you are willing to work hard researching the issues, then see Stew. The deadline to submit your name is next Wednesday, September 25th.

Remember to sign up for pizza or garlic fingers today by first break.  The specials for next week are as follow: Tuesday – Mac & Cheese with Roll and Veggie Sticks. Wednesday – Cheesy Chicken Casserole with Coleslaw. Thursday – Hamburger Soup with Fresh Veggies and Grilled Cheese Sandwich and Friday – Pizza or Garlic Fingers.

 

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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

KRHS would like to add smoothies to our breakfast program twice a week. Any students looking to gain volunteer hours by making smoothies in the cafeteria, please give your names to Tracy in the office.

Remember to sign up for Chef Kirby’s special in the cafeteria today – Chicken Caesar Salad. Thursday the special is Shepherd’s Pie and Friday order pizza or garlic fingers.

Grade 10 AgPros’ are reminded that their Behaviour Agreement Sheet, Permission form, and $50 fee is due in Friday, September 20.

Also, if you are interested in an ADP Executive position, please fill out an application form (located in the main office) and hand it in to Mrs. Reeves before Friday, September 20. Be a leader. Be a Blazer.

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

Students are reminded to hand in their donations and pledge forms to their home room teachers for the Terry Fox event today.

Any grade 12 students that are interested in taking part in the Grad Class Committee should meet with Mr. Killorn this morning.  The committee will be having a quick meeting at lunch on Wednesday.  We are looking to have approximately 6 total members.

 

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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Any grade 12 students that are interested in taking part in the Grad Class Committee should meet with Mr. Killorn at some point today or Wednesday morning.  The committee will be meeting at lunch on Wednesday.  We are looking to have 2 Committee co-chairs, 1 student in charge of communications, 1 student in charge of finance and 2 general members.

Grade 9 boys soccer try outs today at Somerset after school,

Cross country will be Thursday and Friday after school.

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

Students are reminded that the Terry Fox event will take place tomorrow and to hand in their donations and pledge forms to their home room teachers.

Any grade 12 students that are interested in taking part in the Grad Class Committee should meet with Mr. Killorn at some point today.  The committee will be meeting at lunch on Wednesday.

Any students interested in being nominated for the Page program in the P.E.I. Legislature are to submit their name to Mr. McAleer in the office by the end of the week.

Any students looking to gain volunteer hours by making smoothies in the cafeteria, please give your names to Tracy in the office.

OHS Leadership Program: The Workers Compensation Board is seeking two Gr. 11 or 12 students for its Occupational Health and Safety Leadership Program at our school. Students who are selected and complete all program requirements will receive $500 at the end of the school year. For more information, go the WCB website, click on the hard hat, and look for the OHS Leadership button. Applications are due October 4th, so grab a friend and apply today!

This week’s specials in the cafeteria: Today: Lasagna & Garlic Roll, Wednesday: Chicken Caesar Salad, Thursday: Shepherd’s Pie, Friday: Pizza or Garlic Fingers. Remember to sign up on the clip board in the cafeteria.

Information for Flex this morning…

The grade 9 Math-02 class who have Mrs. McCarthy as a teacher are to go to room 126 during flex. The grade 9 English-01 class who have Mr. White as a teacher are to go to room 212 during flex. All other grades 10-12 students are to go to the appropriate support classrooms that are listed on the posters around the school. Reminder that Flex is mandatory and all students must be working on schoolwork or reading quietly.

 

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Monday, September 16, 2019

Tomorrow is the Grade 11 AgPros’ Field Study to the Agriculture & Agri Food Experimental Farm in Harrington. We will be leaving at 8:45 and will enjoy a wagon ride tour the farm. This is a rain or shine event, so please come dressed with appropriate boots or close-toed shoes, and dress warm. We will also be touring The Great Canadian Soap Company, and Glasgow Glen Farms. Please hand in your permission form to Mrs. Reeves, and see Emma Coughlin to sign up for your choice of a handmade wood fired pizza. We will be arriving back to school at 2:00 p.m.

Also, if you are interested in an ADP Executive position, please fill out an application form (located in the main office) and hand it in to Mrs. Reeves before Friday, September 20. Be a leader. Be a Blazer.

This week’s specials in the cafeteria: Tuesday: Lasagna & Garlic Roll, Wednesday: Chicken Caesar Salad, Thursday: Shepherd’s Pie, Friday: Pizza or Garlic Fingers. Remember to sign up on the clip board in the cafeteria.

Grade 9 girls volleyball today at ACC.

Grade 9 boys soccer today and tomorrow after school until 4 30 at Somerset.

Cross country this Wednesday Thursday and Friday after school.

Any grade 12 students that are interested in taking part in the Grad Class Committee should meet with Mr. Killorn at some point over the next 2 days.  The committee will be meeting at lunch on Wednesday.

OHS Leadership Program: The Workers Compensation Board is seeking two Gr. 11 or 12 students for its Occupational Health and Safety Leadership Program at our school. Students who are selected and complete all program requirements will receive $500 at the end of the school year. For more information, go the WCB website, click on the hard hat, and look for the OHS Leadership button. Applications are due October 4th, so grab a friend and apply today!

Concert Band practice is this Tuesday after school. 3:15-4:30. All band students welcome.

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Friday, September 13, 2019

Thank you the grade 12 class who helped organized the Blazer Blitz. Well done, Grad class.

Remember to sign up for pizza or garlic fingers by first break today. Chef Kirby’s special next week are Lasagna & garlic roll on Tuesday, Wednesday’s special is Chicken Caesar salad and Thursday features Shepherd’s pie.

Cross Country practice after school.

Any grade 9 boys who are interested in playing junior high school soccer is asked to speak to Mr. Ranahan

Girls junior high volleyball tryouts Monday from 3:30-4:30 at Amherst Cove.

The Kinkora Senior Girls Volleyball team will be competing in the KISH Extravaganza tournament this weekend in Kensington.  The girls play games tonight at 5pm and 9pm, as well as Saturday at 10am, 12pm and 2pm.  Come out and cheer them on.  Go Blazers!

Could all members of the girls volleyball team, please meet in Mr. Killorn’s room at morning break.

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Information for Flex this morning…

The grade 9 Math-02 class who have Mrs. McCarthy as a teacher are to go to room 126 during flex. The grade 9 English-01 class who have Mr. White as a teacher are to go to room 212 during flex. All other grades 10-12 students are to go to the appropriate support classrooms that are listed on the posters around the school. Reminder that Flex is mandatory and all students must be working on schoolwork or reading quietly.

There will be a meeting for the student council executive today at 11:40 in room 213. Please bring your lunch.

Those students in Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 who wish to become a grade rep for the student council, are asked to give their names to Mr. Stewart today. There are only two grade reps for each grade. You must be willing to spend the time to attend the weekly lunch meetings, and to take an active role by helping organize and assist the student council in the different events that are planned throughout the school year. Those students who put forth their names for grade reps, may also have to go through an interview.

Cross country practice after school today and Friday.

Senior girls soccer practice at KISH after school.

Grade 9 girls soccer tryout at Queen Elizabeth today at 5:30

Just a reminder to all Blazers that this Sunday, September 15 is PEI Open Farm Day! This is your chance to visit over 27 farms across the Island. Meet the farmers, and learn about how your food is produced. Check out the 2019 Farms on the Open Farm day website!

ADP – There will be an ADP Meeting for all Grade 11 ADP students on friday at 11:25 about the AAFC Experimental Farm tour on Tuesday, September 17. Please plan to attend!

There will be an ADP Meeting for all grade 10 ADP students today at 12:00 in Room 126.

Any ADP students interested in an executive position can pick up an application form in the office or directly from Mrs. Reeves. Be a leader. Be a Blazer.

Any Gr. 12 students interested in being a K.R.H.S. Student Reporter this year, please give your name to Mrs. Tremere. School reporters must be dependable, savvy with e-mail, and able to meet deadlines. Every week a school reporter e-mails our weekly report to both the Journal and Guardian newspapers as well as the County Line Courier.

Today’s special in the cafeteria is Quesadilla. Tomorrow is pizza or garlic fingers. Remember to sign up by first break.

School pictures will now take place on September 30th.

Happy birthday today to Abby Dugay.

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Any Gr. 12 students interested in being a K.R.H.S. Student Reporter this year, please give your name to Mrs. Tremere. School reporters must be dependable, savvy with e-mail, and able to meet deadlines. Every week a school reporter e-mails our weekly report to both the Journal and Guardian newspapers as well as the County Line Courier. The Journal features our report every Saturday while the Guardian features the report every Tuesday. These school reports cover upcoming events, recognitions, important dates to remember, field trips, scholarship & travel opportunities, sports, plus more and are a very valuable way to communicate with students, parents & the community. Students reporters also help with the monthly Blazer newsletters.

Any gr 12 student who is interested in helping with the blazer blitz is asked to Killorns room at 11:45

Cross country practice today, Thursday and Friday after school this week.

Senior Girls soccer practice tomorrow at KISH from 3 to 4:00.

The next grade 9 girls volleyball try outs will Monday from 3:30 to 4:30 at ACC.

Today’s special in the cafeteria is spaghetti. Tomorrow quesadillas and Friday pizza or garlic fingers. Remember to sign up on the clipboard in the cafeteria by the end of first break.

Reminder to all students to share that tonight is Meet the Teacher night. We hope to see all your parents tonight at 6:00 pm at the school.

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

Those students in Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 who wish to become a grade rep for the student council, are asked to give their names to Mr. Stewart by tomorrow. There are only two grade reps for each grade, so if you are interested, you must get your name in soon. You must be willing to spend the time to attend the weekly lunch meetings, and to take an active role by helping organize and assist the student council in the different events that are planned throughout the school year. Those students who put forth their names for grade reps, may also have to go through an interview.

 

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