Monday, May 29, 2017

Tomorrow the Agriscience class will be touring Mid-Isle Farms. Please be on the bus at 9:45 a.m. with closed toed shoes on your feet. Please dress appropriate for touring a potato packing operation.

Happy belated birthday to Ethan Boyko (27th) and Molly Millman (28th).

The first painting workshop will take place today after school in the cafeteria.

There will be a meeting at lunch today for all CSLC students. Please bring your lunch to the computer lab.

This Friday, June 2nd, the student council is having a floral Friday. So fight the power and wear some flowers.

There will be a meeting for next year’s student council executive this Friday, at 11:25 in room 213. Please bring your lunch.

Please return any overdue books to the library as soon as possible as we need to complete our end-of-the-year inventory.

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Friday, May 26, 2017

Huge congratulations to Kinkora High Track and field team, who competed yesterday in the zone meet at UPEI.

Brooke McCardle finished 3rd in 200 meter and shot put.

Callie Thomson finished fourth in the long jump, triple jump and shot put

Alexis Mulligan finished second in triple jump and fifth in long jump.

Our senior men DOMINATED the throwing events with

Michael Larsen finished first in the discus and second in the shotput

Bailey Dawson finished second in the discus and second in the shot put.

Tyson Beckingham finished first in the 400m dash, and third in the 200m.

Our entire Track team has advanced to the provincials next weekend in Charlottetown. What a great day for Kinkora High!

Order pizza or garlic fingers today during first break.

Congratulations to the girls softball team for winning their game last night againt KISH.  Winning pitchers were Madelyn Hamil and Callie Thomson.  Top batters were Callie Thomson, Maddy Moffatt, Elizabeth Phillips, Alexis Mulligan.

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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Could the following students meet Ms. Pendergast by the front doors to catch the bus to UPEI:

Brooke McCardle

Callie Thomson

Michael Larsen

Alexis Mulligan

Reece MacKenzie

Tyson Beckingham

Bailey Dawson

Any students interested in learning to paint with acrylics in painting workshops which will begin next week please speak with or email Ms. Pendergast.  The first workshop will take place Monday after school.

ADP – The Grade 10 AgPros will be participating in Tractor Safety Day tomorrow, Friday, May 26. We will be leaving the school at 8:30 and returning at the end of the day. Please hand in your permission forms to Selina. The weather forecast is predicting a very cold, windy and rainy day. Please dress warmly with rain gear and closed toed shoes – rubber boots or steel toed boots would be best. Lunch will be provided.

Today the Agriscience class will be touring Schurman Family Farm’s organic greenhouse in Springvalley. You might have enjoyed one of their tomatoes or cucumbers labeled “Atlantic Organics’ at Sobeys. Please be on the bus at 9:45 a.m. with closed toed shoes on your feet.

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.

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

Boys softball practice today after school

Anyone who is interested in renting a wheel chair for the morning classes please see Mr. Ranahan

Girls softball game today at KISH at 4:30.  Please be at the field by 4pm.

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The MADD group is looking for any SADD members who might be available this weekend to help out with a flea market in Hunter River at the school or at Marco Polo to help with the  Children’s wish foundation.  You can collect volunteer bursary hours at these events.  If interested contact Crystal Gillis at myhockeyboys@hotmail.com or 902-629-9923

Oak Acres Childrens Camp is looking for counsellors in training for this upcoming summer.  Counselors-in-Training (CITs) are students aged 14-16 who help supervise, plan events, and lead activities for campers between the ages of 7 and 12, depending on the session. This position is ideal for anyone with an interest in the outdoors, leadership, and creativity.   If you are starting in grade 11 next school year, you can collect community service bursary hours for your volunteer time.  Please see Mrs. McCarthy if you are interested in this opportunity.

ADP – The Grade 10 AgPros will be participating in Tractor Safety Day this Friday, May 26. We will be leaving the school at 8:30 and returning at the end of the day. Please hand in your permission form to Selina.

Open Gym this week – Thursday & Friday from 3-4 p.m.

Wheel chair basketball tournament will continue today at lunch hour. Today is the last day to sign up a team of four.

Anyone who is interested in renting a wheel chair for the morning is asked to see Mr Ranahan.

The boys lost their first game of the season yesterday against tosh 18 to 8. The boys will have a practice Thursday after school.

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.

 

Prince Edward Island Schools are invited to contribute paintings to an exhibition that will be held in Charlottetown at the Arts Guild this Summer to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday.  Any students interested in learning to paint with acrylics in painting workshops which will begin next week please see Ms. Pendergast today.It would be great to have Kinkora High School represented in this provincial exhibition

Monday we will have the first painting workshop after school.

 

 

 

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Announcements ~ Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The K.R.H.S. grads have all been given their invitations and their reserved seating tickets for the 2017 graduation. Each grad received 10 invitations and 6 reserved seating tickets but the graduation is a public event and everyone is welcome to attend. If you did not receive your invitations, please see Louanne.

ADP – The Grade 10 AgPros will be participating in Tractor Safety Day this Friday, May 26. We will be leaving the school at 8:30 and returning at the end of the day. Please hand in your permission form to Selina.

Today the Agriscience class will be touring Larsen Farms with our host Michael Larsen. Please be on the bus at 9:45 a.m. with closed toed shoes on your feet.

Open Gym this week – Thursday & Friday from 3-4 p.m.

Boys and girls softball teams are to be at the ball field at 4 30 for today’s game

Today is the start of the 4 on 4 wheel chair basketball tournament in the gym at lunch. Teams can still sign up in the gym. Games will be 10 minutes long.

For only $5.00, you can rent a wheel chair for your two morning classes and lunch hour to see what it feels like. The money raised will be donated to a PEI charity. Please see Mr. Ranahan to sign up.

Best of luck to the boys and girls softball teams are they travel to Summerside to play TOSH. Games start at 5:00 and QEP. Student are responsible find their own transportation.

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

There will be track practise after school today

CSLC students Ms. Pendergast has a message for you so stop by to see her today

Prince Edward Island Schools are invited to contribute paintings to an exhibition that will be held in Charlottetown at the Arts Guild this Summer to celebrate Canada’s 150h birthday.  Any students interested in learning to paint with acrylics in painting workshops over the next three weeks please see Ms. Pendergast today. It would be great to have Kinkora High School represented in this provincial exhibition!

 

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Friday, May 19, 2017

Boys softball team won 13 to 12 last night. Riley Payne hit in the game winner in the bottom of 7.

Boys next softball game is Tuesday at TOSH.

Next week there will be a 4 on 4 wheel chair basketball tournament in the gym at lunch. Sign up sheet is in the gym.

Prince Edward Island Schools are invited to contribute paintings to an exhibition that will be held in Charlottetown at the Arts Guild this Summer to celebrate Canada’s 150h birthday.  Any students interested in learning to paint with acrylics in painting workshops over the next three weeks please see Ms. Pendergast today. It would be great to have Kinkora High School represented in this provincial exhibition!

Grads are reminded to be at the fire hall for the gala at 5:00 on Saturday.  You are to be at the school by 7:30 and in the lower corridor at 7:45 for the line-up.  The walk in will start at 8:00. The dance goes from 9 until 10. As with all dances, Grads are reminded that when they come for the walk-in and the dance, once they enter the school they are not permitted to leave and then return.

The cafeteria will be closing for the year on June 2nd.  Please sign up for Pizza by morning break.

Vimy Flight Coming to Summerside Airport – Vimy Flight, a team of retired and active Canadian military pilots, is coming to the Summerside Airport as part of the 100th anniversary of the battle of Vimy Ridge. On Sunday, May 21 from 1 – 4:00 p.m.   Students, families, and members of the general public, can come out and personally meet the team of pilots and supporters, see the aircraft up close, and hear the powerful message brought back from Vimy Ridge.

All students who volunteered to serve at the Grad Gala are reminded to be at Kinkora place at 4:45 on Saturday evening.

Grad Executive members are reminded to be at Kinkora Place after school today to set up for the gala until about 5:00.

Any students in grade 11 or 12 interested in Engineering, please see a memo in the office regarding summer employment with a research project with UPEI’s Sustainable Design Program.

Grads have all been given their invitations and their reserved seating tickets for graduation. Each grad received 10 invitations and 6 reserved seating tickets but the graduation is a public event and everyone is welcome to attend. If you did not receive your invitations, please see Louanne.

Sign up for pizza or garlic fingers during first break.

Happy birthday today to Rachel Green and Happy Birthday to Elmer on Saturday.

 

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Thursday, May 18, 2017

A reminder to all grads that the SASSY award deadline is next Tuesday, May 23rd.  Please submit your write up to Mrs. McCarthy

If grade 12 students have received an external scholarship offer and would like for it to be announced on graduation night you must bring a copy of the official letter/ school account print out/ email to Mrs. McCarthy.  We do not get notification of these offers at the school.  It is the student’s responsibility to provide the school with this information.  (this includes entrance scholarships from schools, other scholarships applied to at your school, and external awards)

All grade 12’s are asked to confirm their post secondary school for the fall of 2017 with Mrs. McCarthy.  She is compiling a list of where final transcripts need to be sent.

Also, there will be a meeting for CSLC students today at lunch bell in the computer lab.

There will be track and field today after school.

There will be open gym today from 3-4.

Congratulations to Nick Crossman as he is the student of the week. See Stew for your treats.

Grads are reminded to be at the fire hall for the gala at 5:00 on Saturday.  You are to be at the school by 7:30 and in the lower corridor at 7:45 for the line-up.  The walk in will start at 8:00. The dance goes from 9 until 10. As with all dances, Grads are reminded that when they come for the walk-in and the dance, once they enter the school they are not permitted to leave and then return.

ADP – The Grade 10 AgPros will be participating in Tractor Safety Day next Friday, May 26. We will be leaving the school at 8:30 and returning at the end of the day. Please see Selina for your permission form and information sheet.

There will either be a girls softball practice or game today after school.  Announcement will be made later.

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