Senior Boys 1/4 final games will be in Morell Monday at 4pm

Advertisements
Posted in Uncategorized

Announcements ~ Thursday, October 18, 2018

Thursday, October 18, 2018

The Grad Appointment Sign Up Sheet is up at Ms. Cullen’s office. Please sign up for the date and time you would prefer to have your appointment and she will do her best to accommodate your request. If you do not sign up she will assign you a time to meet. All times offered are between 8:30-10 AM due to Ms. Cullen’s limited availability at KRHS. If you are away from the building during these times, please see her or email her to make other arrangements. As well, please check your cloud.edu.pe.ca account to see if you have received an email from her if you are unsure if you need to sign up.

The ADP October Activity of the Month will be a potluck and pumpkin carving at the school on October 24, from 3-4:30pm. Cost is free but please bring something to share for a potluck. This is for all ADP members in grade 10-12 and there is a sign up sheet in the office for those interested.

Tracy we would like you to make an announcement for the culinary special: On Thursday October 18th, the Blazer Bistro will be serving vegetarian pot stickers, shrimp or chicken pad Thai, and Hong Kong style egg tarts, all for $3.

All pie order forms and money are to be handed into Stew by 3:00 today. Orders will not be taken next week.

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

We will have our first dance tonight from 8 – 11.  The cost is $5.00 for admission.  The theme of the dance is Hawaiian. The doors close at 9:00. If you are going to be late arriving to the dance, you are asked to sign the late arrival sheet in the office. When students have entered the dance you are not permitted to leave and then return

There will be a Men’s soccer team meeting in the gym at first break.  All players are to attend.

KISH defeated Three Oaks 7-1 last evening. Emma Arsenault scored 3, Mya Welton scored 2, single goals from Abby Christopher and Ellen Murphy.

Girls practice Monday after school from 3:15-4:30

K.R.H.S. LIBRARY

October is Canadian Library Month! This week’s trivia question is:

What is the best-selling book of all time?

  1. The Bible
  2. The Hobbit
  3. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
  4. 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.

REMEMBRANCE DAY CONTEST

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. 6.

Scholarships:

Oct. 24 – Deadline for all direct pool applicants for the Loran Scholarship 

Nov. 16 – Deadline for TD Scholarship for Community Leadership

Malpeque Bay Credit Union awards a $1500 scholarship and/or a bursary to graduating students from K.R.H.S. who will be attending a post-secondary institution school in the fall of 2019.  In order to qualify, students must be a members of Malpeque Bay Credit Union. If you wish to become a member, please do so right away.

Could all members of the Senior Girls Volleyball Team please meet in Mr. Killorn’s room at morning break  today.

 

 

Posted in Uncategorized

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Envirothon meeting at the beginning of lunch in room 205.

Happy belated birthday yesterday to Charlotte Schofield.

Grads are reminded of the Grad Activity on Thursday.  The bus will leave school at 4:45 for Route 6 haunted Motel in Cavendish, then play a round of mini golf and return to the school for the Hawiaan dance at 7:45.  Cost is $20.  All grads are encouraged to attend.

Any students in grade 9 – 12 who are interested in being on the Consolidated Credit Union Youth Board, please see Mrs. Cole or Mr. McAleer by Thursday afternoon.  There will be a meeting at lunch on Monday with representatives from the Credit Union regarding this youth board.  It is a great way to become involved in your community.

Picture retakes are Thursday morning.

Today’s special in the cafeteria is potato wedges and chicken finger.

On Thursday October 18th, the Blazer Bistro will be serving vegetarian pot stickers, shrimp or chicken pad Thai, and Hong Kong style egg tarts, all for $3.

The Grad Appointment Sign Up Sheet is up at Ms. Cullen’s office. Please sign up for the date and time you would prefer to have your appointment and she will do her best to accommodate your request. If you do not sign up she will assign you a time to meet. All times offered are between 8:30-10 AM due to Ms. Cullen’s limited availability at KRHS. If you are away from the building during these times, please see her or email her to make other arrangements. As well, please check your cloud.edu.pe.ca account to see if you have received an email from her if you are unsure if you need to sign up.

 Mens soccer practice is cancelled for today but there will be a brief team meeting Thursday at morning break to discuss next Monday’s game.

2 days left to sell the Annual KRHS hockey pool. Lots of cash prizes to be won. See Ranahan or the main office for a copy

All pie order forms and money are to be handed into Stew ASAP.

There will be a student council meeting for all the grade reps and the executive tomorrow at 11:40 in room 213. Please bring your lunch.

We will have our first dance on tomorrow night from 8 – 11.  The cost is $5.00 for admission.  The theme of the dance is Hawaiian. The doors close at 9:00. If you are going to be late arriving to the dance, you are asked to sign the late arrival sheet in the office. When students have entered the dance you are not permitted to leave and then return.

Posted in Uncategorized

Monday, October 15, 2018

Any students who did not receive a pie order form or need more, you can see Stew or get one in the office. Pie order forms and money are to be handed into Stew tomorrow in room 213.

There will be a student council meeting for all the grade reps and the executive on Thursday, October 18th at 11:40 in room 213. Please bring your lunch.

We will have our first dance on Thursday from 8 – 11.  The cost is $5.00 for admission.  The theme of the dance is Hawaiian. Sign in’s will be today and tomorrow in room 213 at break times and lunch. The doors close at 9:00. If you are going to be late arriving to the dance, you are asked to sign the late arrival sheet in the office. When students have entered the dance you are not permitted to leave and then return.

Picture retakes are happening this Thursday, October 18th in the morning.

TD Scholarship for Community Leadership – $70 000, deadline: November 16, 2018

https://www.td.com/ca/en/personal-banking/solutions/student-advice/how-to-apply-for-td-scholarships/

Malpeque Bay Credit Union – Malpeque Bay Credit Union awards a scholarship and/or a bursary to graduating students from K.R.H.S. who will be attending a post-secondary institution school in the fall of 2019 in the amount of $1,500.  In order to qualify, a student must be a member of Malpeque Bay Credit Union. If you wish to become a member, please do so sooner rather than later in order to qualify.

Last week to sell hockey pools. 1st place finished get 250.00, 2nd 150.00 and 3rd 50.00. See me Ranahan or the main office for copies.

October is Canadian Library Month! This week’s trivia question is: What is the best-selling book of all time?

  1. The Bible
  2. The Hobbit
  3. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
  4. 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, Zach Iwankow, 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. 6.

Oct. 16 – Rotary Youth Exchange Information Session at the Inspire Learning Centre in Summerside at 6:30 p.m. They are recruiting their outbound students who will travel to another country for the 2019-20 school year. This call is for Gr. 11 and 12 students or those over the age of 16.

The Men’s Soccer team has a game today at K.R.H.S. against Charlottetown Rural. Game time is 5:00pm and all players are to be at the field by 4:30pm at the latest.

 

Posted in Uncategorized

Friday, October 12, 2018

Please sign up for Pizza and garlic fingers by morning break.

Grads- the next grad activity will take place on Thursday, October 18th.  The bus will leave at 4:45 for Route 6 in Cavendish.  Grads will go through the Haunted House and play a round of mini golf before returning to the school for the first school dance.  Cost will be $20.

Go Eng Girl Day 2018 –The Faculty of Sustainable Design Engineering at UPEI invites all Grade 7-10 girls and one parent/guardian to Go ENG Girl Day on Saturday, October 27. Go ENG Girl Day is an exciting opportunity to spend an afternoon learning about the wonderful world of engineering, meeting women currently studying engineering, learning about some of the amazing things women engineers are doing, and participating in cool hands-on activities. We are excited to be one of 20+ other Engineering programs at Canadian universities all holding this event together in the month of October! Registration is FREE but space is limited and closes on Tuesday, October 23 at 12 noon: https://sites.google.com/upei.ca/fsde-go-eng-girl

The Consolidated Credit Union is looking to form a youth board. Students would meet monthly to help organize an expo on fraud awareness for seniors and other members of the community. If you are interested in this area and are looking for some volunteer experience, please see Mrs. Cole or Mr. McAleer immediately.

Everyone is reminded that all hockey pools are due next week. Copies can be picked up in the main office or see Mr. Ranahan

Any students who did not receive a pie order form or need more, you can see Stew or get one in the office. All pie order forms and money are to be handed into Stew by next Tuesday, October 16th.

There will be a student council meeting for all the grade reps and the executive next Thursday, October 18th at 11:40 in room 213. Please bring your lunch.

We will have our first dance on Thursday, October 18th, from 8 – 11.  The cost is $5.00 for admission.  The theme of the dance is Hawaiian. Sign in’s will be Monday Oct. 15th and Tuesday,

Oct 16th   in room 213 at break times and lunch. The doors close at 9:00. Students will not be admitted after this time unless a prior arrangement is made with the administration. When students have entered the dance they are not permitted to leave and then return.

Oct. 13 – UNB Open House at Fredericton Campus. See Mrs. Tremere if you are interested in attending as you must pre-register on-line. YOU WILL NEED A TRANSCRIPT!

Oct. 13 & Nov. 2 – Acadia University Open House beginning at 8:30 a.m. See Mrs. Tremere if you are interested in attending as you must pre-register on-line. YOU WILL NEED A TRANSCRIPT!

 Oct. 16 – Rotary Youth Exchange Information Session at the Inspire Learning Centre in Summerside at 6:30 p.m. They are recruiting their outbound students who will travel to another country for the 2019-20 school year. This call is for Gr. 11 and 12 students or those over the age of 16.

Oct. 17 – Deadline for sponsored applications for the Loran Scholarship

Oct. 20 – UNB Open House at Saint John Campus. See Mrs. Tremere if you are interested in attending.

Oct. 24 – Deadline for all direct pool applicants for the Loran Scholarship 

K.R.H.S. LIBRARY

October is Canadian Library Month! This week’s trivia question is:

The marble lions who stand guard over the entrances to the New York Public Library are named:

  1. Leo and Leonora
    b. Patience and Fortitude
    c. Rex and Regina

Enter by writing the answer as well as your name on the ballots available in the library. Great prizes to be won. Draw takes place at the end of each week.

There will be no Mens soccer practice today.  Next game is here Monday at 5pm.

Posted in Uncategorized

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Grad Executive meeting is changed to Thursday at 11:40 in Mr. Killorn’s room.  All grad executive are asked to attend.

On Thursday during FLEX, Robert Greenan will be holding an information session on SHAD. SHAD provides the opportunity for students to attend a month-long summer program, focused on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, & math). High potential students spend July living at a university while engaging in hands-on learning in STEAM & Entrepreneurship. SHAD looks for Grade 10, 11 or 12 students who are involved in their communities, creative, and keen learners.  If you are interested in finding out more about this program, please attend this session on Thursday during FLEX.

Cafeteria news:

Wednesday: Wedges and chicken finger

Thursday: The first culinary special.  Roasted butternut squash soup with fresh roll, Shepherd’s pie, apple crisp and ice cream. Sign up early.  Only 48 specials available.

Friday: Pizza or garlic fingers

The Student Wellness Committee will have it’s first meeting on Friday at 11:40 in the resource room.  All students who are interested in supporting activities and events that promote health and wellbeing of the students and staff are invited to attend.

Any students who did not receive a pie order form or need more, you can see Stew or get one in the office. All pie order forms and money are to be handed into Stew by next Tuesday, October 16th.

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

Congratulations to Rebecca Green as she is the student of the week. See Stew for your treats.

The annual KRHS hockey pools are due next week. Everyone is encouraged to sell some. The main office and Mr. Ranahan have extra copies.

Zone 2 Cross Country News – Lydia Hamill and Harkirat Singh placed 1st in the intermediate division. Abigail Rogers and Colton Lowther placed 2nd in Juvenile and Brooke McCardle placed 11 in Senior. Well done everyone.

U.P.E.I. recruiter Rebecca Dawson will have a booth set up at noon TODAY in the K.R.H.S. Library for any interested students. Please let Mrs. Tremere know if you would like to meet with her.

October is Canadian Library Month!  This week’s trivia question is:

The marble lions who stand guard over the entrances to the New York Public Library are named:

  1. Leo and Leonora
    b. Patience and Fortitude
    c. Rex and Regina

Enter by writing the answer as well as your name on the ballots available in the library. Ballot box is on the table. Great prizes to be won. Draw takes place at the end of each week. Last week’s winner was Dakota MacWilliams who knew that The Guinness Book of World Records is the book most frequently stolen from libraries. She wins a gift card from Coles/Chapters/Indigo.

There is a Men’s Soccer game at KRHS today at 5:00pm. Players are to be dressed and at the field by 4:30pm.

Happy belated birthday to Jason Lewis (Oct 7), Gian Tamayo (Oct 9) and happy birthday today to Emma Coughlin and Jara Nantes.

 

Posted in Uncategorized

Announcements Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Tuesday, October 09, 2018

Men’s Soccer practice after school is cancelled. There is a game here at KRHS tomorrow, Wednesday, at 5:30. Players are to be dressed and at the field by 5:00 at the latest.  There’s a possibility may start at 5 p.m.  If so, there will be a further announcement.

Any students who did not receive a pie order form or need more, you can see Stew or get one in the office. All pie order forms and money are to be handed into Stew by next Tuesday, October 16th.

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

Best of luck to the cross country runners today as they compete at the zone 2 meet.

Intramurals toady are the two grade 9 teams

Grad Executive meeting on Wednesday at 11:30 in Mr. Killorn’s room.  All grad executive are asked to attend.

On Thursday during FLEX, Robert Greenan will be holding an information session on SHAD.  SHAD which provides the opportunity for students to attend a month-long summer program, focused on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, & math). High potential students spend July living at a university while engaging in hands-on learning in STEAM & Entrepreneurship. SHAD looks for Grade 10, 11 or 12 students who are involved in their communities, creative, and keen learners.  If you are interested in finding out more about this program, please attend this session on Thursday during FLEX.

Cafeteria news: Tuesday: Soup and grilled cheese

Wednesday: Wedges and chicken finger

Thursday: The first culinary special

Friday: Pizza or garlic fingers

Tonight will be the school’s first Community Wellness night.  There will be yoga in the gym at 6:30 and all friends, family, staff and community members are invited to attend.

ADP:  The Dalhousie University Agriculture Campus High School Induction Day will be held on Thursday, October 25 for all grade 11/12 ADP students. Please return your permission form to your grade level contact and let Mrs. Reeves know of any special faculty or program requests. Permission forms are due on Wednesday.

The Senior Girls Volleyball Team travels to Bluefield today to play at 4:30.  A reminder to the girls to be ready to play at 4:00pm.  Good luck to the girls.

Band practice today from 3:15-4:30pm.

Please see kW today if you have a conflict.

 

 

 

 

 

Posted in Uncategorized