Friday, November 27, 2015
Tickets for the Blazer Blizzard will go on sale for $10.00 and will be sold next week at lunch, ONLY from Tuesday to Thursday in room 213. Tickets at the door are $15.00, so buy your tickets in advance. A reminder for those who cannot arrive on time for the dance, to sign the late arrival sheet in the office. If you do not, you will not be allowed in. Students are also reminded that once they leave the dance, they will not be allowed back in.
Sign-ins for the Blazer Blizzard will take place on Monday and Tuesday in room 213. On those days, stop by at break times or at 11:45 if you want to sign someone into the dance.
In the spirit of giving, we would like to assist two Syrian refugee families who will be arriving in Summerside next month. One family has a mother, father and four children aged 14, 9, 5 and 3. The second family has a mother, father and a 5 year old boy. We would like to collect items for these families that would help with their daily living needs. Please leave your donation in the baskets provided throughout the school.
Today’s special in the cafeteria is quesadillas.
Word came from the ELSB on Wednesday that the Island Dodgeball tournament is not sanctioned by the school board or the department of education. This means: students are not covered by school insurance (this isn’t a PEI School Athletic Association recognized sport), staff members are encouraged not to coach for liability reasons, students are unable to use the school for practices or formal meetings unless an Outside Agency Usage Agreement form is signed by an adult responsible for the group and it is approved by the school and that teams can not be named in a way that connects them to the school. However, it also means that multiple teams for a community are able to register and teams can have members from a variety of communities play together. I know it is a fun event or events, that is really well run by the Stay Golden business, I just need you to be aware that it is now recognized as various outside of school clubs and activities are. So the school assumes no responsibility for students at these events.