Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Grad photos will take place on Friday, Oct. 28 at Heckbert’s Photography located at 658 Water Street in Summerside. Gowns are already there.
A $20 sitting fee is due that day (or $5 if you only want one for the composite that hangs on the wall).
Please check the sign-up sheet posted on the bulletin board outside the cafeteria for your time.
Grads are reminded to sign up for the haunted barn.
The boys soccer team lost their playoff game yesterday to Francois Buote. The final was 4 – 2. Players are to bring in their jerseys to the office.
If any students have a hockey pool, please bring them to Mr. Ranahan.
If anyone is interested in coaching or help coaching the boys or girls senior high basketball teams this year, please speak to Mr. Ranahan.
Today the blood chug will take place at 12:00 in the cafeteria. Teams of four will compete. The first 8 teams who sign up on the sheet located outside the office door will participate. The winning team will receive a chocolate bar for each member. To quench your thirst, chug the blood first.
To get into the Halloween spirit, the student council is having an orange, purple and black day tomorrow. So cover your back in orange, purple and black.
At 11:45 in the gym tomorrow, student council will be playing human musical chairs. Come to the gym and participate. Halloween is almost here, so find a place to sit your rear.
Monday, October 31st, will be our Halloween dress up day. There will be individual prizes for the two best dressed in each grade, there will be one prize for the best dressed group (of four or more people) in the whole school, and one prize for the best pair or trio in the school.
Any student interesting in volunteer hours by working at the Emerald Craft Fair from 9am-2pm please see Tracy in the office
Happy birthday today to Elizabeth Phillips.
October is Canadian Library Month! This week’s trivia question is:
What is the best-selling book of all time?
- The Bible
- The Hobbit
- Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
- The Lord of the Rings
Enter by writing the answer as well as your name on the ballots available in the library. Great prizes to be won. Congratulations to last week’s winner, Selina Lowther, who knew that the marble lions who stand guard over the entrances to the New York Public Library are named Patience & Fortitude.
The Royal Canadian Legion Borden-Carleton Branch #10 is inviting students to enter the Annual Remembrance Day Poster & Literary Contest. Gr. 9 falls under the intermediate category while Gr. 10-12 is senior. Students may submit poetry, essays, black & white posters and colour posters. Deadline is Nov. 7. Entry forms are available in the Library.
This fall, Islanders will have an opportunity to express their opinion on the electoral system used to elect Members to the Legislative Assembly (MLA). For the first time in Island history, 16 & 17 year olds will now have the chance to have an influence on the future of elections on P.E.I. Your choices in the plebiscite will have a direct impact once you become of voting age at the next provincial election. Be eager to make history and make your voice heard. Register on-line at www.yourchoicepei.ca.
An information session about Rotary Youth Exchange will take place this evening at TOSH in room 310 from 6:30-8:30pm. Students in grade 10-12 who are interested in spending a year abroad are encouraged to attend.
A reminder to all grade 12 students that UNB will be hosting a student information night at the Loyalist in Summerside this evening starting at 7pm. Register online for the event.