Thursday, December 01, 2016

Holland College will be having an information booth outside the cafeteria at lunch time on Tuesday, December 6th for any students interested in attending Holland College.

Grad rings will be for sale on Wednesday, December 14th at lunch, a $60 deposit is required.

Applications for the Donald R. Sobey Family Scholarships for the University of King’s College are available online at donaldsobeyfamilyscholarships.ca. Deadline to apply is January 15.

Students can purchase their tickets for the Blizzard in advance as they will go on sale for $10.00 and will be sold at break times today and from 12:00–12:20 during lunch in room 213. Purchase your tickets in advance, as tickets at the door on the night of the dance are $15.00. If you are going to be late arriving to the dance, you are asked to sign the late arrival sheet in the office.

Any grade 11 or 12 students interested in entering the Skills Canada robotics competition are asked to get in touch with Mr. McAleer

The ADP would like to kick off the month of caring with a winter coat drive. They are looking for new or gently used hats, mitts, coats, snow pants, old boots, etc. The donations can be dropped off in Room 126 any time next week, this is for all ADP members and for any other student who would like to participate.

Also a reminder for Ag students to hand in their introductory letters to Victoria by Wednesday December 7th, if you have any questions feel free to ask your grade rep. As well as a reminder to get permission slips in to your grade reps for the upcoming field study on December 9th.

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Students can purchase their tickets for the Blizzard in advance as they will go on sale for $10.00 and will be sold at lunch today and tomorrow in room 213. Purchase your tickets in advance, as tickets at the door on the night of the dance are $15.00. If you are going to be late arriving to the dance, you are asked to sign the late arrival sheet in the office.

The girls and boys next basketball practice will be Wednesday. Boys at 3 and the girls at 5. Permission slips and fees can be brought into the main office to get your uniform.

Any student who is interested in operating the score clock for the boys and girls basketball games please see Mr Ranahan

Grad clothing is on sale until Wednesday.  It is being sold daily at lunch by grad executive.  Any late orders will have a late fee.

Additional school clothing can be purchased online at http://kinkora.entripyshops.com/

There you will find many different styles, designs and options.

Cafeteria this week:

Today: Bake Potatoes $3

Wednesday- the culinary class will be preparing a delicious lasagna, hot and ready garlic toast and fresh island produce caesar salad for $1.

The next grad activity is a grad Christmas Party. More information will be coming soon and will be posted on the grad bulletin board.

Today there will be a mandatory meeting during Flex for all ADP students, if you can’t come let Mrs.Reeves or Hannah know. The meeting will be held in the library bring a writing utensil.

Students interested in attending Acadia University can check out the information booth at lunch time today, November 29th outside the cafeteria. Acadia University will also be providing on the spot admissions with a waived application fee.

On December 6th at lunch time Holland Collage will be having an information booth outside the cafeteria.

Students interested in participating in Forum can pick up an application from Ms. Browne or they can apply online at forum.ca/application. The cost of the one week session is $895 and many bursaries are available.

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Monday, November 28, 2016

Grad clothing is on sale until Wednesday.  It is being sold daily at lunch by grad executive.  Any late orders will have a late fee.

Additional school clothing can be purchased online at http://kinkora.entripyshops.com/

You have many different styles, designs and options.

Cafeteria this week:

Monday: sign up at break for quesadillas for $3.

Tuesdays: Bake Potatoes $3

Wednesday- the culinary class will be preparing a delicious lasagna, hot and ready garlic toast and fresh island produce caesar salad for $1.

The next grad activity is a grad Christmas Party. More information will be coming soon and will be posted on the grad bulletin board.

Boys and girls basketball practice after school today. Boys at 3 while the girls go at 4:30. Basketball players can bring in their fee and permission slip to the main office to get their uniform.

Today is the last day to sign-in people to the Blazer Blizzard. Sign-ins will take place in room 213 at break times. Students can purchase their tickets for the Blizzard in advance as they will go on sale for $10.00 and will be sold at lunch today, tomorrow, and Wednesday, in room 213. Purchase your tickets in advance, as tickets at the door on the night of the dance are $15.00. If you are going to be late arriving to the dance, you are asked to sign the late arrival sheet in the office.

Happy belated birthday to Clyde Gonzales (Nov 27).

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Friday, November 25, 2016
Students interested in SHAD should see Ms. Browne ASAP. Application deadline is November 28th. This is an amazing opportunity for students in grades 10-12.
Students interested in attending JVI training for Heavy Equipment Operators, Class 1A (Tractor Trailer), Class 3A(Dump Truck) and Class 2A School Bus Training please see Ms. Browne.
Canadian Parents for French P.E.I. is sponsoring five Island students to take part in Encounters with Canada at the Terry Fox Youth Centre in Ottawa. All expenses paid. This is a one week long program. To qualify for a French Student Excellence Award, students must be enrolled in Core French either first or second semester. The application deadline is Nov. 25 (today). Please see Ms. Brown for more information.
Volunteers are needed on November 25th for the Santa Clasu Parade in Summerside. These volunteer hours can go toward a bursary and leadership hours. See Ms. Brown for more information.
Students interested in being nominated for a SCHULICH scholarship please see Ms. Browne. This is an award for scholarships valued between 80,000 and 100,000 dollars for students enrolling in Science, Technology or Mathematics.
No open gym today, however it will resume next Tuesday after school from 3:00 – 4:00.
Boys and girls basketball teams can bring in their permission slips and money to the main office to get your uniform. Anyone who does not have a form please go to the gym at break.
Boys next practice will be Monday after school. Girls will practice Monday as well at 4 30
Anyone interested in operating the basketball score clock for the home games please see Mr. Ranahan
Sign-ins for the Blazer Blizzard will take place on Monday in room 213 at break times. Students can purchase their tickets in advance next week as they will go on sale for $10.00 and will be sold at lunch on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, in room 213. Purchase your tickets in advance, as tickets at the door on the night of the dance are $15.00. If you are going to be late arriving to the dance, you are asked to sign the late arrival sheet in the office.

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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Students are reminded that the pie pick-up is today from 3:30 to 6:00 at the fire hall. Students who sold pies are to pick up the pies they sold and deliver them to those who bought them. All pies must be picked up today as there is no cold storage available for them.

The Blazer Blizzard will be on Saturday December 3rd from 8:00 – 11:00. Students will not be admitted until 7:45. The doors close at 9:00. Pictures will take place until 9:00 and the dance will begin at 9:00. Beverages will be sold after 9:00. Sign-ins will take place today, tomorrow, and Monday in room 213 at break times. Students can purchase their tickets in advance as they will go on sale for $10.00, and will be sold at lunch on Monday, November 28th, Tuesday, November 29th and Wednesday, November 30th in room 213. Purchase your tickets in advance as tickets at the door on the night of the dance are $15.00. If you are going to be late arriving to the dance, you are asked to sign the late arrival sheet in the office.

Boys basketball practice after school today and the girls will be practicing at 5.

Students interested in SHAD should see Ms. Browne ASAP. Application deadline is November 28th. This is an amazing opportunity for students in grades 10-12.

Students interested in attending JVI for training for Heavy Equipment Operators, Class 1A (Tractor Trailer), Class 3A (Dump Truck) and Class 2A School Bus Training please see Ms. Browne

Canadian Parents for French P.E.I. is sponsoring five Island students to take part in Encounters with Canada at the Terry Fox Youth Centre in Ottawa. All expenses paid. This is a one week long program. To qualify for a French Student Excellence Award, students must be enrolled in Core French either first or second semester. The application deadline is Nov. 25. Please see Ms. Browne for more information.

Volunteers are need on November 25th for the Santa Claus Parade in Summerside. These volunteer hours can go towards a bursary and leadership hours. See Ms. Browne for more information.

Students 15-19 interested in attending Forum for Young Canadians in Ottawa can see Ms Browne for more information. Deadline is December 1st and bursaries are available.

Students interested in being nominated for a SCHULICH scholarship please see Ms. Browne. This is an award for scholarships valued between 80,000 and 100,000 dollars for students enrolling in Science, Technology or Mathematics.

On Thursday, November 24th the Culinary Blazers will present a Homemade Corn Chowder that features baby red Island potatoes, bacon, milk, and corn. This will be served with a warm biscuit and ADL butter. Dessert will be carrot cake with a nice thick layer of sweet icing on top for the price of 1$. There is a sign up sheet in the Cafeteria for Thursday’s meal. Only 40 meals are available. First come, first serve. Thanks for your cooperation and support.

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

On Thursday, November 24th the Culinary Blazers will present a Homemade Corn Chowder that features baby red Island potatoes, bacon, milk, and corn. This will be served with a warm biscuit and ADL butter. Dessert will be carrot cake with a nice thick layer of sweet icing on top for the price of 1$.

Grade 11/12 Ag Pros: It is the last call for Permission forms!

Please hand in both permission forms today to your grade level rep or Mrs. Reeves. The bus will be leaving the school tomorrow morning at 8:30 a.m. and returning at 7:30 p.m. Dalhousie University will be providing lunch and we will be stopping at Masstown Market on the way home for supper. Supper is on your own. Our plan is to be back at school by 7:30 p.m. Please dress appropriate and warm. We will be on campus going in and out of buildings and it is usually cold and windy, but it is always a great day!

There will be concert band rehearsal today at 3pm.

There will be a student council meeting today at 11:35 in room 213 for all the grade reps and the executive. Please bring your lunch.

A reminder of the open gym on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3:00-4:00pm.

Students are reminded that the pie pick-up is tomorrow from 3:30 to 6:00 at the fire hall. Students who sold pies are to pick up the pies they sold and deliver them to those who bought them. All pies must be picked up as we have no storage for them.

The Blazer Blizzard will be on Saturday December 3rd from 8:00-11:00. Students will not be admitted until 7:45. The doors close at 9:00. Pictures will take place until 9:00 and the dance will begin at 9:00. Beverages will be sold after 9:00. Sign-ins will take place tomorrow Wednesday, November 23rd, Thursday, November 24th and Monday, November 28th, in room 213 at break times. Students can purchase their tickets in advance as they will go on sale for $10.00 and will be sold at lunch on Monday, November 28th, Tuesday, November 29th and Wednesday, November 30th in room 213. Purchase your tickets in advance because tickets at the door on the night of the dance are $15.00. If you are going to be late arriving to the dance, you are asked to sign the late arrival sheet in the office.

Grads- crew neck shirts and yearbook combos are on sale until next Wednesday.  $65 for the combo.  Any late orders have a $10 late charge and no guarantee of being here before Christmas.

Students interested in participating in SHAD this summer or finding out more information about SHAD can see Ms. Browne. The application deadline is Monday, November 28th.

Volunteers are needed for the Santa Claus Parade in Summerside on November 25th. If you are looking for volunteer hours this would be an excellent opportunity.

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November 21, 2016

Applications are now open for Forum for Young Canadians which is Canada’s premier civics education program for students aged 15-19.  Forum brings over 100 students per week to Ottawa for an intensive academic adventure immersing them in the exciting world of national politics and public affairs.  For more information and an application form please see Mrs. Browne as soon as possible.

Any student who is interested in running the score clock for the boys and girls basketball games, please see Mr. Ranahan

The boys basketball team has been made. The final roster is posted on the gym bulletin board. The boys will be having practice today and Wednesday from 3 to 4:30. The girls have practice today at 4:30 and on Wednesday at 5.

There will be a student council meeting tomorrow at 11:35 in room 213 for all the grade reps and the executive. Please bring your lunch.

Students are reminded that the pie pick-up is this Wednesday from 3:30 to 6:00 at the fire hall. Students who sold pies are to pick up the pies they sold and deliver them to those who bought them.

There will be Open Gym after school on Tuesday and Friday from 3:00pm – 4:00pm.

Sign up for quesidillas in the cafeteria at lunch today.

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