Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Only 7 days left to purchase your Grad Gala tickets from Mrs. Reeves. Tickets cost $20 per person.

Permission forms for the Grade 11/12 Western Agriculture field study on May 18 – 19 are due on Thursday. The cost is $50 per student.

The following students will be competing in the Blazer Showdown which will be held at lunch time all next week. On Monday, Wednesday and Friday the competition starts in the gym at 11:35 and at 11:50 on Tuesday and Thursday. Here’s who will be competing:

On Monday May 9: Grade 9 – Gian Tomayo, Madeline Moffat, Nathaniel Pickering, Brooke McCardle, Alex McGrath and Robert Greenan

On Tuesday May 10: Grade 10 –Liam Arsenault, Callie Thomson, Madeline Hamill, Maggie Linkletter, Lorne Wood, and Michael Larsen

On Wednesday May 11: Grade 11 – Riley Payne, Rachel Green, Darren Archibald, Bailey Dawson, Tyson Beckingham and Alexis Mulligan

On Thursday May 12: Grade 12 – Garrett Murray, Jesse Walfield, CJ McCardle, Jesse Jay, Lara Pilas, and Jill Lawless

**Finals will be Friday, May 13th

There will be a grad executive meeting Thursday at lunch. Any grad exec. should be there.

Track and field today in the gym 3:00-4:30.

Spring Concert on Tuesday, May 10 at 5:45.

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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

There will be a track and field practice today after school from 3 – 4:30.  Meet in the gym at 3:00.

Congratulations to Brittany Peters as she will be the student council president next year. Congratulations to Meghan Morrell as she will be the vice president.  Liam Arsenault, Olivia Mullins and Callie Thomson will be executive members. Thanks to all who voted.

Thursday, May 5 is the final day to buy a yearbook. The cost is $30 and it’s our best, but cheapest yearbook ever. Give your money to Ms. Broderick by this Thursday. Buy your book now, because we don’t order extras.

Girls Softball players are reminded to hand in you $30 fee and permission form to Tracy in the office.

The GSA club will be hosting a bake sale tomorrow at recess in support of Mental Health research and awareness. Bring some change to support the cause.

Happy birthday today to Ben McKnight.

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Monday, May 2, 2016

There will be a meeting for all students interested in participating on the Kinkora Track and Field team today at morning break in the computer lab.  There will be track and field practice tomorrow afternoon from 3:00 – 4:30.

Grad Gala –

Tickets go on sale today at break and lunch in Room 126 for the Grad Gala. Tickets cost $20 per person.

There will be a CSLC meeting today for all students participating and those on the waiting list. Room 126 at 11:25 a.m.

Permission forms for the Grade 11/12 Western Agriculture field study on May 18 – 19 are due on Thursday. The cost is $50 per student.

Girls softball practice today after school. Girls are reminded that you $30 softball fee is also due.

Boys softball tryouts tomorrow and Thursday after school.

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Boy’s softball practice today and Thursday after school outside

Vimy travelers please hand in lobster supper ticket money and the $15 family contribution to preparing the lobster supper. Today is the deadline.

All students in grades 9-11 are reminded to pass in their signed course registration forms to the office by tomorrow, or your courses will be selected for you.  Mrs. Cole will be in the computer lab during FLEX to assist anyone who did not attend the information sessions.  Band students can meet at lunch.

There will be homemade granola for a healthy snack today.  Thank you Hannah for providing the healthy options.

Grad Gala tickets will be going on sale for the first week of May.  Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased from Mrs. Reeves during lunch.  Each grad can purchase 4 tickets.  You can be on a waiting list if you require additional tickets.  This ticket includes the meal and the walk in.

Good luck to the bands as they head to Halifax this afternoon to compete in the Atlantic Band Festival.

Reminder to all grade 12 student that the KRHS Administered Awards and the SASSY award applications are due next Monday to Mrs. McCarthy.  Check your emails for more details.

If anyone would like help with their course selection please sign up for an appointment outside Mrs. McCarthy’s door ASAP

Today’s special in the cafeteria is pizza and garlic fingers.

Grad Gala Tickets go on sale on Monday, May 2 in Room 126. Tickets cost $20 per person, and each grad can purchase 4 tickets.

 

Girl’s $30 softball fee can be handed in to Tracy in the office.

Track and field practice tomorrow 3-4pm, sign up sheet is beside the computer lab, see Miss Pendergast if you have any questions.

 

Permission forms for the ADP field study on Thursday, April 28 are due tomorrow.

 

During Flex period, all ADP Agriculture members are invited to a Farmers Helping Farmers Presentation in Room 126.

 

 

 

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Monday, April 25, 2016

Rugby practices this week: Monday and Tuesday from 4-6 at KISH and Friday from 3-5 at KRHS.

Today is the deadline for Vimy travelers to hand in your lobster supper ticket money and the $15 family contribution to preparing the supper.

This Wednesday afternoon will be the first practice for the Kinkora High track and field team from 3:00 – 4:30 pm.  The regional meet will be held May 20th this year.  There will be a sign up sheet for anyone interested outside the computer lab, see Miss Pendergast for more information.

Girls softball practice today after school from 3-5.

Any grad who hasn’t paid your grad fees, please see Mrs. Cole today.

Report cards will be passed out last period today with your literacy assessment results.  Please ensure that it makes it home to your parents.

There will be a free salad to sample at lunch today.  It is a pulse salad because United Nations declared 2016 to be the year of the pulse.  Enjoy a Black Bean, Chickpea and Avocado Salad.

Happy belated birthday to Ally Dwyer (April 23) and Brooke McCardle (April 24).

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Announcements Day 1

Friday, April 22, 2016

In celebration of Earth Day today, the grade 10 class would like to share some important facts about bottled water usage over the next week.

Fact for Friday:
Plastic water bottle manufacturers use 714 million gallons of oil per year to make plastic bottles. That’s enough to fuel 100,000 cars!

We challenge you to purchase a reusable water bottle, ditch disposable bottled water, save your money, live healthier, and join a movement for global sustainability.

Gr. 11 & 12 Agriculture ADP Members will be participating in WHIMS Training today in the school library from 9:30 until the end of the day. All students will attend their 1st period class until 9:30.

There will be a field study day trip for all members of the ADP Agriculture program on Thursday, April 28. One of the highlights will be touring the new government Soil & Feed, Water and Dairy Labs. Please see your grade level rep today for a permission form

Anyone who missed course registration last night will be invited to attend a session during Tuesday flex. Reminder that all course registrations are due next Wednesday and are to be signed by parents and passed into the office.

A reminder to Vimy travelers that all lobster supper tickets are do on Monday, April 28th. Also, please bring in your $15 family contribution to the lobster supper.

Beef Casserole with Garlic Toast is the special today in the cafeteria. Remember to sign up during first break.

Grad fees of $40 and remaining safe grad fees (your total is listed on the grad bulletin board) are due by the end of the day today. Please pass them in to Mrs. Cole.

Boys softball tryouts Tuesday and Thursday after school next week.

Girl’s softball outside today after school from 3:00-5:00. Attendance is mandatory.

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

Do you love sports specifically baseball or softball? Are you looking for a rewarding opportunity this summer? Would you like to assist in coaching a local baseball team of 7 and 8 year olds? Big Cat Baseball is looking for two enthusiastic volunteer assistant coaches for their Summer Baseball Program. (No experience necessary) Home games and practices are in Borden-Carleton on Monday Nights from 6:30 to 7:45 at the Reg Rogers Memorial Ball Field. Away games are to be determined. Please contact Andrew MacKay for details at 902-393-9634 Or email: tballbigcat@gmail.com

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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

 Students are asked to bring their parents to the school on Thursday night for course selection.  Grade 9’s will meet in the computer lab at 6:30 and students in grades 10 and 11 will meet in the cafeteria at 7:30.  You will be getting valuable information about course offerings and career planning.  We hope to see you there.

Grads are reminded that grad fees of $40 and safe grad fees (listed on the bulletin board) are due by Friday.

Today’s special in the cafeteria is baked potatoes, Thursday is subs and Friday’s special is beef casserole with garlic toast.

Happy birthday today to Katie Pearce.

Vimy travelers are reminded to hand in your lobster supper ticket money and the $15 family contribution cover the costs of preparing the supper.

Boy’s softball tryouts will start next Tuesday.

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

The student council executive elections for next year will take place next Tuesday, April 26th. The position of president is open to students who are in grade 12 next year, and the vice president and two executive positions are open to students who will be in grade 11 or 12 next year. Students interested in running for the positions must submit their names to Mr. Stewart by 12:00 today. All students who put forth their names will be interviewed, and those who are deemed capable of taking on the roles, can run for the positions.

Gr. 11 & 12 Agriculture ADP  Members will be participating in WHIMS Training this Friday, April 22 in the school library from 9:30 until the end of the day. All students will attend their 1st period class until 9:30.

There will be a field study day trip for all members of the ADP Agriculture program on Thursday, April 28. One of the highlights will be touring the new government Soil & Feed, Water and Dairy Labs.

BOOK CLUB: We will not be viewing the movie after school tomorrow. We will select a new date on Thursday. Brief meeting at 12:00 in the library.

 

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