Daily Announcements

Friday, January 18

Day 4

 

General:

 

  • Friday’s Cafeteria Special: Sweet n Sour Meatballs with Rice or Noodles, Egg Roll and Fortune Cookie $6.00; Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Wedges and small white milk $5.00; ½ Chicken Caesar Wrap with cauliflower soup $4.50.

 

 

 

  • Calling all School aged kids interested in learning how to curl! Junior curling will start Tuesday, January 22nd and run every Tuesday from 4pm until 5pm. Cost will be $10/child. Please bring a pair of clean indoor sneakers, warm clothes, and a helmet.  See you at the rink!

 

Driver Education Course:

 

  • Anyone interested in attending a DRIVER EDUCATION course provided by Abbylane Road Safety Services is asked to text/call/email Louise (902-393-7500/louise1955@gmail.com) with an expression of interest and for more info. This program will require a minimum of 12 students. Classes will be offered one day per week, after school, beginning after the turn over. Course will consist of beginners test, one driving test, 25 hours of classroom and 10 hours in car driving, with observation. The driving portion will be completed mostly in Charlottetown.  

 

 

Art Students:

 

  • Students in grades 7-12 who wish to enter the Crime Stoppers Anti-Bullying “Pink Shirt” design contest or the Newcomers “Anti-Racism” poster contest can pick up forms beside the “Spartan Gallery” – look for the red folders. Contest info is posted there as well. There are some great prizes to be won for both, including cash!  Completed forms/artwork can be submitted to Mrs. Mills – deadlines aren’t until February, so still lots of time!

 

 

Yearbook:

 

  • Students who have ordered and paid for their 2018-2019 yearbooks should check the sales list posted at cmmacaulay.wordpress.com (Mr. MacAulay’s homework blog) or the paper copy posted outside Room 241 sometime before Friday, January 18th (note date change).  Any issues/typos should be reported to Mr. MacAulay right away — and a receipt will be required as proof of purchase.  If you still haven’t ordered your yearbook, we can squeeze in a few more late orders – see Mr. MacAulay ASAP if interested.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Any students who still owe for their Subway cards, please pay at the Phys Ed office asap.

NO BIRTHDAYS TODAY

CElEBRATING ON SATURDAY:  Kodiak Hebert (11), Chelsey Sheehan (7A), Bailey Townshend (7A), and Mr. Rory O’Donnell!

 

CELEBRATING ON SUNDAY: Ava-Grace Cheverie (4Z), and

Caleb Cheverie (5B)


Thursday, January 17

Day 3

 

General:

 

  • Thursday’s Cafeteria Special: Shepherd’s Pie with Caesar salad & a biscuit $5.50; Chicken nuggets with wedges & a juice box $5.00; ½ Turkey BLT wrap with cauliflower soup $4.50.

 

 

 

  • Calling all School aged kids interested in learning how to curl! Junior curling will start Tuesday, January 22nd and run every Tuesday from 4pm until 5pm. Cost will be $10/child. Please bring a pair of clean indoor sneakers, warm clothes, and a helmet.  See you at the rink! 

 

Driver Education Course:

 

  • Anyone interested in attending a DRIVER EDUCATION course provided by Abbylane Road Safety Services is asked to text/call/email Louise (902-393-7500/louise1955@gmail.com) with an expression of interest and for more info. This program will require a minimum of 12 students. Classes will be offered one day per week, after school, beginning after the turn over. Course will consist of beginners test, one driving test, 25 hours of classroom and 10 hours in car driving, with observation. The driving portion will be completed mostly in Charlottetown.  

 

 

Art Students:

 

  • Students in grades 7-12 who wish to enter the Crime Stoppers Anti-Bullying “Pink Shirt” design contest or the Newcomers “Anti-Racism” poster contest can pick up forms beside the “Spartan Gallery” – look for the red folders. Contest info is posted there as well. There are some great prizes to be won for both, including cash!  Completed forms/artwork can be submitted to Mrs. Mills – deadlines aren’t until February, so still lots of time!

 

 

Yearbook:

 

  • Students who have ordered and paid for their 2018-2019 yearbooks should check the sales list posted at cmmacaulay.wordpress.com (Mr. MacAulay’s homework blog) or the paper copy posted outside Room 241 sometime before Friday, January 18th (note date change).  Any issues/typos should be reported to Mr. MacAulay right away — and a receipt will be required as proof of purchase.  If you still haven’t ordered your yearbook, we can squeeze in a few more late orders – see Mr. MacAulay ASAP if interested.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Any students who still owe for their Subway cards, please pay at the Phys Ed office asap.

 

Happy Birthday:

Jacob Laybolt (2A)

Wednesday, January 16

Day 2

 

General:

 

  • Wednesday’s Cafeteria Special: Lasagna with Caesar salad & a biscuit $5.50; Cheese pizza with Caesar salad & a slushy cup $5.00; Chili fries $5.00.

 

 

 

  • Calling all School aged kids interested in learning how to curl! Junior curling will start Tuesday, January 22nd and run every Tuesday from 4pm until 5pm. Cost will be $10/child. Please bring a pair of clean indoor sneakers, warm clothes, and a helmet.  See you at the rink!
  • Congratulations to the following students who will be receiving a prize from the Souris Legion for their Remembrance Day contest submissions during the Prize Presentation at the Souris Legion on this evening (Wednesday) at 7 p.m.  All family members (parents, grandparents, etc.) are welcome to attend.

 

 

Brenna MacDonald, Ruby MacInnis, Emma Bailey (Gr. 9), Tori Jayne Chapman, Harry Burke, Peter MacAulay, Sara-Lee Blaisdell, Vivian Gao, Katelyn Keenan, Rebecca Tung, Erica Tung, Katelyn Madore, Jim Haley, Olivia MacAulay,Amelia MacDonald, Isabelle MacPhee, Chloe LaBrech, Lachlan Rodgers, Jackson Harris, Gracie Jennings, Gage Outhouse, Hazel Keenan, Haley MacKinnon, Drew Ching, Jazmine Burke, Porter MacKinnon, Liam Chaisson, Alina Carpenter-Levy & Lauren Howlett.

 

Driver Education Course:

 

  • Anyone interested in attending a DRIVER EDUCATION course provided by Abbylane Road Safety Services is asked to text/call/email Louise (902-393-7500/louise1955@gmail.com) with an expression of interest and for more info. This program will require a minimum of 12 students. Classes will be offered one day per week, after school, beginning after the turn over. Course will consist of beginners test, one driving test, 25 hours of classroom and 10 hours in car driving, with observation. The driving portion will be completed mostly in Charlottetown.  

 

 

Art Students:

 

  • Students in grades 7-12 who wish to enter the Crime Stoppers Anti-Bullying “Pink Shirt” design contest or the Newcomers “Anti-Racism” poster contest can pick up forms beside the “Spartan Gallery” – look for the red folders. Contest info is posted there as well. There are some great prizes to be won for both, including cash!  Completed forms/artwork can be submitted to Mrs. Mills – deadlines aren’t until February, so still lots of time!

Yearbook:

 

  • Students who have ordered and paid for their 2018-2019 yearbooks should check the sales list posted at cmmacaulay.wordpress.com (Mr. MacAulay’s homework blog) or the paper copy posted outside Room 241 sometime before Friday, January 18th (note date change).  Any issues/typos should be reported to Mr. MacAulay right away — and a receipt will be required as proof of purchase.  If you still haven’t ordered your yearbook, we can squeeze in a few more late orders – see Mr. MacAulay ASAP if interested.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Any students who still owe for their Subway cards, please pay at the Phys Ed office asap.

 

Tuesday, January 15

Day 1

General:

 

  • Tuesday’s Cafeteria Special: Chicken fajitas with Mexican rice & corn $5.50; Chili with a biscuit $5.00; ½ Buffalo chicken flatbread with Caesar salad & a juice box $5.00.

 

 

 

  • The following students have received a prize from the Souris Legion for their Remembrance Day contest submissions and are invited to attend the Prize Presentation at the Souris Legion on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m.  All family members (parents, grandparents, etc.) are welcome to attend.

 

 

Brenna MacDonald, Ruby MacInnis, Emma Bailey (Gr. 9), Tori Jayne Chapman, Harry Burke, Peter MacAulay, Sara-Lee Blaisdell, Vivian Gao, Katelyn Keenan, Rebecca Tung, Erica Tung, Katelyn Madore, Jim Haley, Olivia MacAulay,Amelia MacDonald, Isabelle MacPhee, Chloe LaBrech, Lachlan Rodgers, Jackson Harris, Gracie Jennings, Gage Outhouse, Hazel Keenan, Haley MacKinnon, Drew Ching, Jazmine Burke, Porter MacKinnon, Liam Chaisson, Alina Carpenter-Levy & Lauren Howlett.

 

Yearbook:

 

  • Students who have ordered and paid for their 2018-2019 yearbooks should check the sales list posted at cmmacaulay.wordpress.com (Mr. MacAulay’s homework blog) or the paper copy posted outside Room 241 sometime before Tuesday, January 15.  Any issues/typos should be reported to Mr. MacAulay right away — and a receipt will be required as proof of purchase.  If you still haven’t ordered your yearbook, we can squeeze in a few more late orders – see Mr. MacAulay ASAP if interested.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Any students who still owe for their Subway cards, please pay at the Phys Ed office asap.

 

Happy Birthday:

Parker MacDonald (KA) & Leslie Carter (6A)

Monday, January 14

Day 6

General:

 

  • Monday’s Cafeteria Special: Chicken with mashed potato, veggies & gravy $5.50; Hamburger with salad and a small white milk $5.00; Grilled cheese panini with a side pasta salad $5.00.

 

 

Yearbook:

 

  • Students who have ordered and paid for their 2018-2019 yearbooks should check the sales list posted at cmmacaulay.wordpress.com (Mr. MacAulay’s homework blog) or the paper copy posted outside Room 241 sometime before Tuesday, January 15.  Any issues/typos should be reported to Mr. MacAulay right away — and a receipt will be required as proof of purchase.  If you still haven’t ordered your yearbook, we can squeeze in a few more late orders – see Mr. MacAulay ASAP if interested.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Any students who still owe for their Subway cards, please pay at the Phys Ed office asap.

Happy Birthday:

Adam Holland (Gr. 10)

Friday, January 11

Day 5

General:

 

  • Friday’s Cafeteria Special: Baked goulash with Caesar salad & a biscuit $5.50; Pepperoni, hamburger, bacon pizza slice with a can of juice $5.00; Garlic slice with Caesar salad & a small white milk $5.00.

 

 

Yearbook:

 

  • Students who have ordered and paid for their 2018-2019 yearbooks should check the sales list posted at cmmacaulay.wordpress.com (Mr. MacAulay’s homework blog) or the paper copy posted outside Room 241 sometime before Tuesday, January 15.  Any issues/typos should be reported to Mr. MacAulay right away — and a receipt will be required as proof of purchase.  If you still haven’t ordered your yearbook, we can squeeze in a few more late orders – see Mr. MacAulay ASAP if interested.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Basketball Fees to be paid: Matthew, Isaac, Jesse O, Jacob O, Michael, Blake, Tyler & Jonah

 

 

 

  • The following basketball players are asked to turn in their Subway Cards or the $10 per card to the Phys Ed office:  Josie Peters, Mia MacKenzie, Nellie Campbell, Katie Deagle, Tori Jayne Chapman, Rosslyn Townshend, Carson Gregory, Harry Burke, Michael Antle, Isaac Chaisson, Matthew Antle, Daniel McIntosh.

 

Thank you all for helping to support Spartan Athletics.
Happy Birthday:

Carson MacKenzie (6A), Tyler Dill (9A)

& Ms. Cherie Montgomery!

 

Saturday: Charlie Coffin (5B)

Wednesday, January 9

Day 4

 

General:

 

  • Thursday’s Cafeteria Special: Chicken quesadilla with Mexican rice & a side salad $5.50; Chicken nuggets with wedges & a juice box $5.00; ½ Chicken Caesar wrap with potato & corn chowder $4.50.

 

 

 

  • Students who have ordered and paid for their 2018-2019 yearbooks should check the sales list posted at cmmacaulay.wordpress.com (Mr. MacAulay’s homework blog) or the paper copy posted outside Room 241 sometime before Tuesday, January 15.  Any issues/typos should be reported to Mr. MacAulay right away — and a receipt will be required as proof of purchase.  If you still haven’t ordered your yearbook, we can squeeze in a few more late orders – see Mr. MacAulay ASAP if interested.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Basketball Fees to be paid: Matthew, Isaac, Jesse O, Jacob O, Michael, Blake, Tyler & Jonah

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • UPEI will be here on Friday, January 11th to speak individually with interested grade 12 students planning to attend UPEI in the fall.  Rebecca Dawson is offering 1 on 1, 15-minute sessions to answer questions on applying, residence, courses, and tuition. Students can sign out for a session outside Student Services.  Time slots are available between 9:00 – 11:30, if there is a demand for more, UPEI will add more time slots.

Happy Birthday:

Kathryn McIntosh (Gr. 12) & Stephen Victor (Gr. 10)

Friday, January 4

Day 1

 

General:

 

  • Friday’s Cafeteria Special:  Chicken Parm with salad & a roll $5.50; Hawaiian Pizza slice with can juice $5.00; Grilled Ham and Cheese Panini with Chicken Noodle Soup $5.00.

 

 

 

  • Upcoming Community Event!  UPEI Panthers vs St. Thomas Tommies on Sunday, Jan. 6th at 3:30 at the Eastern Kings Arena!  All minor hockey players are admitted FREE and there is a special 2 for 1 ticket offer for the parents of minor hockey players.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Basketball Fees to be paid: Matthew, Isaac, Jesse O, Jacob O, Michael, Blake, Tyler & Jonah

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • UPEI will be here on Friday, January 11th to speak individually with interested grade 12 students planning to attend UPEI in the fall.  Rebecca Dawson is offering 1 on 1, 15-minute sessions to answer questions on applying, residence, courses, and tuition. Students can sign out for a session outside Student Services.  Time slots are available between 9:00 – 11:30, if there is a demand for more, UPEI will add more time slots.

 

Happy Birthday:

Kara Coffin (KA) & Max Campbell (Gr. 11)

 

Saturday: Parker Mahar (Gr. 11)

 

Sunday: Mrs. Natalie Garrett (6B)

Thursday, January 3

Day 6

 

General:

 

  • Thursday’s Cafeteria Special:  Shepherd’s Pie with Caesar salad & a biscuit $5.50; Chicken noodle soup with a chicken Caesar wrap $5.00; Pepperoni pizza with a can of juice or a 500 ml water $5.00.

 

 

 

  • Upcoming Community Event!  UPEI Panthers vs St. Thomas Tommies on Sunday, Jan. 6th at 3:30 at the Eastern Kings Arena!  All minor hockey players are admitted FREE and there is a special 2 for 1 ticket offer for the parents of minor hockey players.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Basketball Players are asked to please pay their fee of $75 or $90 ASAP as well as turn in their Subway Card $– We have bills to pay.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • UPEI will be here on Friday, January 11th to speak individually with interested grade 12 students planning to attend UPEI in the fall.  Rebecca Dawson is offering 1 on 1, 15-minute sessions to answer questions on applying, residence, courses, and tuition. Students can sign out for a session outside Student Services.  Time slots are available between 9:00 – 11:30, if there is a demand for more, UPEI will add more time slots.

 

Thursday, Dec. 20

Day 4

General:

 

  • Thurday’s Cafeteria Special:  Ham & scalloped potato with corn $5.50; Chicken nuggets with wedges & a juice box $5.00; ½ Chicken Caesar wrap with pasta salad $5.25.

 

 

 

  • UPEI Panthers vs St. Thomas Tommies on Sunday, Jan. 6th at 3:30 at the Eastern Kings Arena!  All minor hockey players are admitted FREE and there is a special 2 for 1 ticket offer for the parents of minor hockey players.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Basketball Players are asked to please pay their fee of $75 or $90 ASAP as well as turn in their Subway Card $– We have bills to pay.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Grade 12 students interested in the RCMP?  There is a unique opportunity offered in Regina (free travel, food, and accommodations!) for students wanting to experience a week of fitness, driving, and defense tactics March 25-29, 2019.  Application due date is January 19th. See Ms MacGregor Harris for more details.

Happy Birthday:

Tessa Bailey (KB)

 

Happy belated storm day birthdays to:

Tuesday: Lucas MacDonald (8A)

Wednesday: Jaxon Soper (5B)

Monday, Dec. 17

Day 3

General:

 

  • Monday’s Cafeteria Special:  Hot chicken bowl $5.50; Burger express with Ceasar salad $5.00; Philly cheese steak wrap $5.00.

 

 

 

  • Congratulations to Matthew Antle on winning an All-Expenses paid trip to Ottawa with Encounters with Canada thanks to Canadian Parents for French! Well done Matthew!

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Basketball Players are asked to please pay their fee of $75 or $90 ASAP as well as turn in their Subway Card $– We have bills to pay.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Grade 12 students interested in the RCMP?  There is a unique opportunity offered in Regina (free travel, food, and accommodations!) for students wanting to experience a week of fitness, driving, and defense tactics March 25-29, 2019.  Application due date is January 19th. See Ms MacGregor Harris for more details.

 

Happy belated birthday to Hope Oickle who’s birthday was on Saturday!

Friday, Dec. 14

Day 2

 

General:

 

  • Friday’s Cafeteria Special:  Hot turkey sandwich with fries & a small white milk $5.50; Spaghetti and meatballs with a roll or biscuit $5.00; Garlic slice with a can of juice $5.00.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Troy MacPhee is looking for a few ringette players to join him for early Monday mornings’ goalie practice at the Eastern Kings Arena. He is specifically looking for shooters to help the ringette goalies improve their skills.  Students interested can access community service bursary hours through the ringette association. Please see Ms MacGregor Harris for details.

 

 

 

  • Grade 12 students interested in the RCMP?  There is a unique opportunity offered in Regina (free travel, food, and accommodations!) for students wanting to experience a week of fitness, driving, and defense tactics March 25-29, 2019.  Application due date is January 19th. See Ms MacGregor Harris for more details.
  • Happy Birthday:

Mary Jane Victor (2B) & Pierce Campbell (5A)

Thursday, Dec. 13

Day 1

General:

 

  • Turkey dinner with dessert $7.00; Chicken nuggets with wedges & a juice pack $5.00; Pizza slice & a large chocolate milk $3.50.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Troy MacPhee is looking for a few ringette players to joining him for early Monday mornings’ goalie practice at the Eastern Kings Arena, he is specifically looking for shooters to help the ringette goalies improve their skills.  Students interested can access community service bursary hours through the ringette association. Please see Ms MacGregor Harris for details.

 

 

 

  • Grade 12 students interested in the RCMP?  There is a unique opportunity offered in Regina (free travel, food, and accommodations!) for students wanting to experience a week of fitness, driving, and defense tactics March 25-29, 2019.  Application due date is January 19th. See Ms MacGregor Harris for more details.

 

Wednesday, Dec. 12

Day 6

General:

 

  • Wednesday’s Cafeteria Special: Spaghetti & meatballs with Caesar salad and a roll $5.50; Meat lovers pizza with Ceasar salad & a slushy cup $5.00; Chicken & rice soup with a roll $3.50.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Troy MacPhee is looking for a few ringette players to joining him for early Monday mornings’ goalie practice at the Eastern Kings Arena, he is specifically looking for shooters to help the ringette goalies improve their skills.  Students interested can access community service bursary hours through the ringette association. Please see Ms MacGregor Harris for details.

 

 

 

  • Grade 12 students interested in the RCMP?  There is a unique opportunity offered in Regina (free travel, food, and accommodations!) for students wanting to experience a week of fitness, driving, and defense tactics March 25-29, 2019.  Application due date is January 19th. See Ms MacGregor Harris for more details.

 

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, Dec. 11

Day 5

 

General:

 

  • Tuesday’s Cafeteria Special: Soft beef taco with Mexican rice & corn $5.50; ½ Buffalo chicken flatbread with Caesar salad & a juice box $5.00; ½ BLT wrap with chicken and rice soup $4.50.

 

 

 

  • A reminder to pre-order the Christmas dinner if you plan on doing so.

 

Monday, Dec. 10

Day 4

General:

 

  • Monday’s Cafeteria Special: Chicken bowl with mashed potato & veggies $5.00; Burger express with Caesar salad $5.00; Grilled 3-cheese panini with pasta salad $4.50.

 

 

 

  • A reminder to pre-order the Christmas dinner if you plan on doing so.

 

 

As of December 7th
Rank Grade Points
1 Grade 7 +4865
2 Grade 10 +2905
3 Grade 9 +570
4 Teachers +495
5 Grade 11 +250
6 Grade 12 -820
7 Grade 8 -1270

 

Athletics:

 

  • Any jerseys that are not turned in by the end of the week will result in a $75 replacement cost being charged to the Athlete.

 

In addition, if playing basketball you will not receive your jersey.

 

  • Permission forms for basketball are long due.  Fees are $90 for senior and $75 intermediate– some of the lowest in the Province.  Get your stuff in ASAP.

 

 

 

Happy Birthday:

Morgan Mahar (5A) & Brooke Robertson (9A)

Friday, Dec. 7

Day 3

General:

 

  • Friday’s Cafeteria Special: Beef & broccoli stir fry with rice & egg roll $6.00; BBQ Chicken pizza with Caesar salad & a juice box $5.00; Teriyaki fries $5.00.

 

 

 

  • A reminder to pre-order the Christmas dinner if you plan on doing so.

 

 

 

  • There was a lot of action at the boat today for the coin challenge, with some major upsets so far. With two days remaining,there is a lot of grade pride on the line here. Teachers have really jumped in the rankings, too, going from last to first. This money is being used by Student Council to help pay for the Lions Club gifts, as well as some other small gifts and things; we also bought Norman something special too.  Total raised from this challenge thus far is getting close to $100. Thanks for the help and support!

 

 

AS OF  DECEMBER 7th
Rank Grade Points
1 Grade 7 +3100
2 Grade 10 +1015
3 Grade 11 +250
4 Grade 9 +205
5 Teachers -25
6 Grade 8 -750
7 Grade 12 -820

 

Athletics:

 

  • Any jerseys that are not turned in by the end of the week will result in a $75 replacement cost being charged to the Athlete.

 

In addition, if playing basketball you will not receive your jersey.

 

  • Permission forms for basketball are long due.  Fees are $90 for senior and $75 intermediate– some of the lowest in the Province.  Get your stuff in ASAP.

 

Happy Birthday:

Seth MacIntyre (1A), Connor Greencorn (7B)

& Lexie McKinnon (9B)

 

Saturday: Gemma MacAulay (2A), Carrie MacPhee (7A) & William Drake (Gr. 10)

 

Sunday: John Michael Burke (3A),Kennedy Mills (4A)

& Peter MacAulay (9B)

Thursday, Dec. 6

Day 2

General:

 

  • Thursday’s Cafeteria Special: Chicken Alfredo with Caesar salad  & a garlic breadstick $5.50; ½ turkey club sandwich with chicken noodle soup $5.00; Meat lovers pizza slice with a large chocolate milk $5.00.

 

 

 

  • The cafeteria will be offering a Christmas dinner on December 13th.  Turkey with potatoes, vegetables, stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce and dessert. Cost is $7. Please pre-order by adding your name to the list on the whiteboard in the office.

 

 

 

  • There are a number of students who owe money to the cafeteria. Please pay your bill today before you are called out! PLEASE do not TOUCH food if you do not have money to pay for it.

 

 

 

  • FOUR DAYS OF NORMAN – Celebrating Norman’s 40 Years at Souris Regional! Activities for Grades 7-12: Tuesday: Norman’s 40th Anniversary; Wednesday: Norman Day – Dress like Norman and win a prize!; Thursday: Cleaning Olympics (Cafeteria @11:45); Friday: Special Presentation @11:30 in the cafeteria.

 

 

 

  • There was a lot of action at the boat today for the coin challenge, with some major upsets so far. With two days remaining,there is a lot of grade pride on the line here. Teachers have really jumped in the rankings, too, going from last to first.

 

This money is being used by Student Council to help pay for the Lions Club gifts, as well as some other small gifts and things; we also bought Norman something special too.  Total raised from this challenge thus far is getting close to $100. Thanks for the help and support!

 

AS OF  DECEMBER 4th
Rank Grade Points
1 Teachers +765
2 Grade 7 +700
3 Grade 11 +335
4 Grade 9 +75
5 Grade 10 -265
6 Grade 12 -680
7 Grade 8 -690

 

Athletics:

 

  • Any jerseys that are not turned in by the end of the week will result in a $75 replacement cost being charged to the Athlete.

 

In addition, if playing basketball you will not receive your jersey.

 

  • Permission forms for basketball are long due.  Fees are $90 for senior and $75 intermediate– some of the lowest in the Province.  Get your stuff in ASAP.

 

 

 Student Services:

 

  • Students planning to attend Holland College next September should be aware of the NEW due date for scholarship applications.  All potential students must apply by February 28th, 2019! Please see Ms MacGregor Harris if you have questions on how to apply.

 

 

Wednesday, Dec. 5

Day 1

General:

 

  • Wednesday’s Cafeteria Special: Lasagna with Caesar Salad & Roll $5.50; Chicken Noodle Soup with Toasted BLT Sandwich $5.00; The Works Pizza Slice with juice can $5.00.

 

 

 

  • The cafeteria will be offering a Christmas dinner on December 13th.  Turkey with potatoes, vegetables, stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce and dessert. Cost is $7. Please pre-order by adding your name to the list on the whiteboard in the office.

 

 

 

  • There are a number of students who owe money to the cafeteria. Please pay your bill today before you are called out! PLEASE do not TOUCH food if you do not have money to pay for it.

 

 

 

  • FOUR DAYS OF NORMAN – Celebrating Norman’s 40 Years at Souris Regional! Activities for Grades 7-12: Tuesday: Norman’s 40th Anniversary; Wednesday: Norman Day – Dress like Norman and win a prize!; Thursday: Cleaning Olympics (Cafeteria @11:45); Friday: Special Presentation @11:30 in the cafeteria.

 

 

 

  • The November Grade Challenge has been extended until this Friday! Grades are competing against each other to get the highest score, and to bring other grades’ scores down. Silver money is negative points, ‘big money’ is positive points. Updates will follow all week. Highlights so far: one Grade 7 player scored 500 points in one go, while every single coin in the teacher’s jar has been negative.

 

 

AS OF  DECEMBER 4th
Rank Grade Points
1 Grade
10
-115
2 Grade
7
-130
3 Grade
11
-165
4 Grade
9
-360
5 Grade
12
-550
6 Grade
8
-635
7 Teachers -1015

 

Athletics:

 

 

  • Any jerseys that are not turned in by the end of the week will result in a $75 replacement cost being charged to the Athlete.

 

In addition, if playing basketball you will not receive your jersey.

 

  • Permission forms for basketball are long due.  Fees are $90 for senior and $75 intermediate– some of the lowest in the Province.  Get your stuff in ASAP.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Students planning to attend Holland College next September should be aware of the NEW due date for scholarship applications.  All potential students must apply by February 28th, 2019! Please see Ms MacGregor Harris if you have questions on how to apply.

Happy Birthday:

OLIVIA MACAULAY!

Tuesday, Dec. 4

Day 6

General:

 

  • Tuesday’s cafeteria special: Chicken Fajita with Mexican Rice $5.50; ½ Buffalo chicken flatbread with Caesar Salad and sm juice $5.00; Thai Chicken Wrap $5.25.

 

 

 

  • The cafeteria will be offering a Christmas dinner on December 13th.  Turkey with potatoes, vegetables, stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce and dessert. Cost is $7. Please pre-order by adding your name to the list on the whiteboard in the office.

 

 

 

  • There are a number of students that owe money to the cafeteria. Please pay your bill today before you are called out! PLEASE do not TOUCH food if you do not have money to pay for it.

 

 

 

  • FOUR DAYS OF NORMAN – Celebrating Norman’s 40 Years at Souris Regional! Activities for Grades 7-12: Tuesday: Norman’s 40th Anniversary; Wednesday: Norman Day – Dress like Norman and win a prize!; Thursday: Cleaning Olympics (Cafeteria @11:45); Friday: Special Presentation @11:30 in the cafeteria.

 

 

 

  • FREE MILK DAY for students in GRADES 7-12. Students who PRE-ORDERED milk can pick up their milk in the cafeteria at 1st break.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • During Reading Period on Thursday all Fall athletes are to come to the cafeteria to vote for All Awards.  If you miss this you are to come and vote at the PE office on your own time. Bring a pen/pencil please.

 

 

 

  • Any jerseys that are not turned in by the end of the week will result in a $75 replacement cost being charged to the Athlete.

 

In addition, if playing basketball you will not receive your jersey.

 

  • Permission forms for basketball are long due.  Fees are $90 for senior and $75 intermediate– some of the lowest in the Province.  Get your stuff in ASAP.

 

Student Services:

 

  • Students planning to attend Holland College next September should be aware of the NEW due date for scholarship applications.  All potential students must apply by February 28th, 2019! Please see Ms MacGregor Harris if you have questions on how to apply.
  • Grade 12 Students:  St. Mary’s University Information session is being held at the Delta Hotel in Charlottetown on Tuesday, December 4 at 7PM.

 

Happy Birthday:

Drew Ching

Monday, Dec. 3

Day 5

General:

 

  • Monday’s cafeteria special: Chicken bowl with mashed potato & veggie $5.50; Burger express with Caesar salad $5.00; Philly cheese steak wrap $5.00.

 

 

 

  • The cafeteria will be offering a Christmas dinner on December 13th.  Turkey with potatoes, vegetables, stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce and dessert. Cost is $7. Please pre-order by adding your name to the list on the whiteboard in the office.

 

 

 

  • A reminder that all retake picture orders are due.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • During Reading Period on Thursday all Fall athletes are to come to the cafeteria to vote for All Awards.  If you miss this you are to come and vote at the PE office on your own time. Bring a pen/pencil please.

 

 

 

  • Any jerseys that are not turned in by the end of the week will result in a $75 replacement cost being charged to the Athlete.

 

In addition, if playing basketball you will not receive your jersey.

 

  • Permission forms for basketball are long due.  Fees are $90 for senior and $75 intermediate– some of the lowest in the Province.  Get your stuff in ASAP.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Students planning to attend Holland College next September should be aware of the NEW due date for scholarship applications.  All potential students must apply by February 28th, 2019! Please see Ms MacGregor Harris if you have questions on how to apply.

Happy Birthday:

Delilah Monahan (1A) & Charley O’Keefe (1A)

Happy belated birthday to:

Thursday: Bella Bronaugh (3A) & Kelsey Ching (6B)

Friday: Bella McInnis (4Z)

Saturday: Haley Lutz (6A), Rae Matheson (Gr. 11) Brandon Blaisdell (Gr. 12)

Sunday: Seth MacDonald (2B)

Tuesday, Nov. 27

Day 3

General:

 

  • Tuesday’s cafeteria special: 2 beef tacos with rice & corn $5.50; ½ buffalo chicken flatbread with salad & a juice box $5.00; BLT wrap $5.00.

 

 

 

  • The cafeteria will be offering a Christmas dinner on December 13th.  Turkey with potatoes, vegetables, stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce and dessert. Cost is $7. Please pre-order by adding your name to the list on the whiteboard in the office.

 

 

 

  • A boy’s wallet was handed into the office. Found on the stairwell on the High School side. If you think it’s yours, you can come to the office to claim it.

 

Happy Birthday:

Mathius Chaisson (5B), Liam Comeau (5B)

& Molly Rodgers (7A)

 

Happy belated birthday to:

 

Friday, Nov. 23: Georgia Clinton (5B), Sheldon Outhouse (5B) & Darcy Chaisson (Gr. 12)

 

Saturday, Nov. 24: Meleah Veld (2A), Rebecca Tung (Gr. 10) & Heather MacLaren (Gr. 11)

 

Sunday, Nov. 25: Clinton MacLellan (KB), Gavin Mooney (2B) Lesley Croucher (Gr. 9), Allee Clinton (Gr. 10)
Monday, Nov. 26: Blake Downe (9A)

Wednesday, Nov. 21

Day 2

 

General:

 

  • Wednesday’s cafeteria special:  Red pepper & cheese rotini with Caesar salad & a bread knot $5.50; Hawaiian pizza slice with Caesar salad & a slushy cup $5.00; Sweet potato fries with spicy mayo $3.25.

 

 

 

  • A boy’s wallet was handed into the office.  If you think it’s yours, you can come to the office to claim it.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Permission forms for basketball and fees should be handed in by the end of the week.

 

Fee for Senior:  $90

Fee for Intermediate:  $75

Fee covers all regular season costs (refs, scorekeepers, equipment, uniforms)

Tournaments and possible travel will require extra.

 

 

  • There are several outstanding uniforms from soccer and volleyball, which is frankly ridiculous after all the time coaches put in with you, to make them chase you for a month.  Get them in! If you are unsure if your name should be here in big red letters go check at the PE office.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Amber Townshend is looking for 6 waiters/waitresses from Gr. 10-12 to work at a community dinner this Saturday from 5:30 – 10:00. Bursary hours are available.  If interested, cont

 

 

Debate Team:

 

  • The first debate team meeting of the year takes places tomorrow in Mr. Paton’s classroom (238) at 11:40. It is open to students grades 9-12.

 

 

Grad Class:

 

  • Thank you to all the grads! We sold 215 wreaths. They will be here on Dec. 8th for you to pick up.

 

No birthdays today!

Happy belated birthday to

Mr. Kevin Peters who’s birthday was yesterday!!!

 

Tuesday, Nov. 20

Day 6  D-C

General:

 

  • Taco salad with rice & corn $5.50; Cheeseburger flatbread – ½ $2.50 – full $5.00; ½ BLT wrap & beef barley soup $4.50.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • The following students need to return their jerseys ASAP:

 

Senior Boys Soccer – Drew, Tristan, Riley, Cole, Jacob, and Keirnan

Senior Girls Soccer – Jenny Rose, Julia Tassell, & Emily MacDonald

 

 

  • The Intermediate girls basketball team has been posted on the bulletin board in the gym.

 

 

Debate Team:

 

  • The first debate team meeting of the year takes places tomorrow in Mr. Paton’s classroom (238) at 11:40. It is open to students grades 9-12.

 

Grad Class:

 

  • Thank you to all the grads! We sold 215 wreaths. They will be here on Dec. 8th for you to pick up.

 

Happy Birthday:

Emerson MacPhee (KA)

Malachi McKenna (5A)

John Haley (8B)

Monday, Nov. 19

Day 5  C-D

General:

 

  • Chicken with mashed potato, carrots, turnip and gravy $5.50; Burger express with Caesar salad or pasta salad $5.00; Philly cheese flatbread $5.00.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • The following students need to return their jerseys ASAP:

 

Senior Boys Soccer – Drew, Tristan, Riley, Cole, Jacob, and Keirnan

Senior Girls Soccer – Jenny Rose, Julia Tassell, & Emily MacDonald

 

 

  • The intermediate girls basketball team has been posted on the bulletin board in the gym.

 

 

Grad Class:

 

  • Thank you to all the grads! We sold 215 wreaths. They will be here on Dec. 8th for you to pick up.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • UNB will be hosting “Future Students Night”, Wednesday, Nov. 21st @ 7 pm at the Delta Hotel.  Interested students can register by going to the UNB website to register.

Happy Birthday:

Luke MacGregor (5B)

Thursday, Nov. 15

Day 3  C-D

 

Thursday, Nov 15th

General:

 

  • Thursday’s Cafeteria Specials: Mac n’ cheese with Caesar salad & garlic breadstick $5.50; Chicken nuggets with wedges & a juice box $5.00; “The Works” pizza slice with a large chocolate milk $5.00.

 

 

Yearbook:

 

  • Late orders for the 2018-2019 Yearbook can be placed with Mr. MacAulay any day at noon time or at break (NOT during class time, please!). Prices are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized. If you wish to order online, use this link:  http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/330345. Please order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June!If you want to order a book but don’t have the money right now, please see Mr. MacAulay and sign the sheet on the door of Room 241 …but the order will NOT be placed for you until payment is received.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • The following students need to return their jerseys ASAP:

 

Senior Boys Soccer – Drew, Tristan, Riley, Cole, Jacob, and Keirnan

Senior Girls Soccer – Jenny Rose, Julia Tassell, & Emily MacDonald

 

Student Services:

 

  • UNB will be hosting “Future Students Night”, Wednesday, Nov. 21st @ 7 pm at the Delta Hotel.  Interested students can register by going to the UNB website to register.

 

Happy Birthday:

Ella Francis (4Z) & Maria Lutz (Gr. 12)

Monday, Nov. 5

Day 4  D-C

 

General:

 

  • Monday’s Cafeteria Specials: Chicken bowl with mashed potato & veggies $5.50; Burger express with Caesar salad $5.00; Philly cheese steak wrap $5.00.

 

 

Teen Yoga:

 

  • Teen Yoga will be held on Wednesday this week instead of Thursday.  Same time, same place.

 

 

Yearbook:

 

  • Late orders for the 2018-2019 Yearbook can be placed with Mr. MacAulay any day at noon time or at break (NOT during class time, please!). Prices are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized. If you wish to order online, use this link:  http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/330345. Please order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June!If you want to order a book but don’t have the money right now, please see Mr. MacAulay and sign the sheet on the door of Room 241 …but the order will NOT be placed for you until payment is received.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • There will be a Basketball Camp on November 8 & 9 (no school on these days) in the Gym (7-12).  Season is starting, time to get in shape and improve your skills. Cost is $20 for 2- 2 hour sessions.

 

Register at the PE office, you need your $20 and emergency phone number or pay at the 1st session.

Times:  Grades 6-9 — 1:00-3:00 both days

         Grades 10-12– 3:30-5:30 both days.

There will be no scrimmages, session are drills and skill development.  Serious Spartans should attend! New, drills, gain some usable skills. Go Spartans Go!

 

 

  • Souris Badminton Club: 2 dates and 2 locations
    We will play on Saturday at the Souris Regional School in the big gym.  Kids & Parents 9 – 10:30am; Adults 10:30am – 12:00 noon.
    Please remove all outside footwear once inside the school. There are no custodians working on Saturday so please help keep the school clean. We don’t want any complaints. We are grateful to have the use of the gym.
    All players must wear appropriate footwear. All kids under 18 must wear protective eyewear. (The school offered us the use of theirs.)

 

 


Our first evening at École la Belle Cloche will be on Monday Nov. 5th. Parents and kids from 6:00pm to 7:30pm; Adults only from 7:30pm to 9:00pm.

 

 

  • Basketball Tryouts:

 

Senior Boys – Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

Intermediate Boys – Tryout Monday Nov 5th and Wed 7th after school.

Intermediate Girls – Monday, Nov. 5th at 4:30

Senior Girls – Tuesday, Nov 6th at 3:00.  The Senior girls practices will be Tuesday and Thursdays.

 

  • Athletes are reminded to pass in their clean jerseys to the Phys. Ed. office when your season is over.  

 

 

Canadian Parents for French:

 

  • Canadian Parents for French PEI is pleased to be sponsoring five students enrolled in French language programs on PEI to take part in an exciting week of activities in the Historica Encounters program in the winter session annually.  DEADLINE TO ENTER IS NOVEMBER 23, 2018.  Any grade 11/12 students interested in this opportunity please speak with Ms. Aucoin-Smith.

 

Happy Birthday:

Brady Chaisson (5A) & Josie Peters (7A)

Friday: Jayden O’Hanley (7B)

Saturday: Ella Harris (3A)

Sunday: Jill Bruce (8A)

Thursday, Nov. 1

Day 2  D-C

General:

 

  • Thursday’s Cafeteria Specials: Ham & scalloped potatoes with corn $5.50; Chicken nuggets with wedges & a juice box$5.50; Turkey & swiss wrap $5.00.

 

 

     Yearbook:

 

  • Late orders for the 2018-2019 Yearbook can be placed with Mr. MacAulay any day at noon time or at break (NOT during class time, please!). Prices are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized. If you wish to order online, use this link:  http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/330345. Please order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June!If you want to order a book but don’t have the money right now, please see Mr. MacAulay and sign the sheet on the door of Room 241 …but the order will NOT be placed for you until payment is received.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • The Intermediate Girls Volleyball Team advanced to the medal rounds after defeating Vernon River 3 sets to 0 yesterday.  Tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 pm they have a chance to redeem themselves against Kinkora in their home gym. Kinkora beat them last year clenching the gold medal.  Our girls have tasted silver but are hungry for GOLD.  Come cheer them on as they via for the opportunity to hang GOLD around their necks!  

 

 

 

  • There will be a Basketball Camp on November 8 & 9 (no school on these days) in the Gym (7-12).  Season is starting, time to get in shape and improve your skills. Cost is $20 for 2- 2 hour sessions.

 

Register at the PE office, you need your $20 and emergency phone number or pay at the 1st session.

Times:  Grades 6-9 — 1:00-3:00 both days

         Grades 10-12– 3:30-5:30 both days.

There will be no scrimmages, session are drills and skill development.  Serious Spartans should attend! New, drills, gain some usable skills. Go Spartans Go!

 

 

  • Basketball Tryouts:

 

Senior Boys – Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of this week:

Intermediate Boys – Tryout Monday Nov 5th and Wed 7th after school.

Intermediate Girls – Monday, Nov. 5th at 4:30

Senior Girls – Tuesday, Nov 6th at 3:00.  The Senior girls practices will be Tuesday and Thursdays.

 

  • Athletes are reminded to pass in their clean jerseys to the Phys. Ed. office when your season is over.  

 

 

Canadian Parents for French:

 

  • Canadian Parents for French PEI is pleased to be sponsoring five students enrolled in French language programs on PEI to take part in an exciting week of activities in the Historica Encounters program in the winter session annually.  DEADLINE TO ENTER IS NOVEMBER 23, 2018.  Any grade 11/12 students interested in this opportunity please speak with Ms. Aucoin-Smith.

 

Student Services:

 

  • Skills Canada PEI (ages 13 to 17): Young Women’s Build A Skill-   Nov 3 10 am -2:30 pm at the Stratford Town Hall Gym
    This event provides young women with an opportunity to explore various careers in trades and technology.  Fun filled day with hands on demonstrations alongside female mentors in the industry. This will provide participants with a chance to explore training and career opportunities in these sectors.  Lunch is provided and there are over $300.00 in prizes to win!

 

Happy Birthday:

Flynn McCormack (2A) & Evan Croucher (7A)

Wednesday, Oct. 31

Day 1  C-D

General:

 

  • Wednesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Shepherd’s pie with Caesar salad & a garlic breadstick $5.50; Cream of cauliflower soup & a breadstick $4.50; ½ BLT wrap with choice of salad $5.00.

 

 

 

  • Any teachers who have newsletter items, please forward to Lori by the end of the day (Tuesday).

 

 

     Yearbook:

 

  • Late orders for the 2018-2019 Yearbook can be placed with Mr. MacAulay any day at noon time or at break (NOT during class time, please!). Prices are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized. If you wish to order online, use this link:  http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/330345. Please order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June!If you want to order a book but don’t have the money right now, please see Mr. MacAulay and sign the sheet on the door of Room 241 …but the order will NOT be placed for you until payment is received.

 

Athletics:

 

  • Congratulations to the Intermediate Girls Soccer team who capped off a fine season with a silver medal last night.  Hernewood broke open a tightly contested, scoreless tie early in the second half. We had the goalie beat on one shot, but it hit the post and we also had multiple chances off our corner kicks, but it just wasn’t in the cards!  The girls played a hard fought game right to the end with both refs commenting on the heart shown by our Souris squad. Hold your heads high, girls and be proud of a fantastic season and your second consecutive provincial silver medal.  Great job, Spartans!
  • Basketball Tryouts:

 

Senior Boys – Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of this week:

Intermediate Boys – Tryout Monday Nov 5th and Wed 7th after school.

Intermediate Girls – Monday, Nov. 5th at 4:30

Senior Girls – Tuesday, Nov 6th at 3:00.  The Senior girls practices will be Tuesday and Thursdays.

 

  • The Intermediate girls continued on their winning streak taking Montague in their last season game, 3 and 0!  These girls continue to impress and have their sights set on Provincials! This evening they play the 4th ranked team for a spot at Provincials, come out and cheer them on!

 

 

 

  • Athletes are reminded to pass in their clean jerseys to the Phys. Ed. office when your season is over.  

 

 

Canadian Parents for French:

 

  • Canadian Parents for French PEI is pleased to be sponsoring five students enrolled in French language programs on PEI to take part in an exciting week of activities in the Historica Encounters program in the winter session annually.  DEADLINE TO ENTER IS NOVEMBER 23, 2018.  Any grade 11/12 students interested in this opportunity please speak with Ms. Aucoin-Smith.

 

Student Services:

 

  • Skills Canada PEI (ages 13 to 17): Young Women’s Build A Skill-   Nov 3 10 am -2:30 pm at the Stratford Town Hall Gym
    This event provides young women with an opportunity to explore various careers in trades and technology.  Fun filled day with hands on demonstrations alongside female mentors in the industry. This will provide participants with a chance to explore training and career opportunities in these sectors.  Lunch is provided and there are over $300.00 in prizes to win!
  • Ms MacGregor Harris is looking for a few grade 12 students interested in doing some after school math tutoring for some grade 10 students.  Please touch base with her before the end of the week if you are interested.

 

Monday, Oct. 29

Day 5  C-D

 

General:

 

  • Tuesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Beef taco with Mexican rice & corn $5.00; Chili & a biscuit $5.00; Teriyaki fries $5.00.

 

 

     Yearbook:

 

  • Late orders for the 2018-2019 Yearbook can be placed with Mr. MacAulay any day at noon time or at break (NOT during class time, please!). Prices are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized. If you wish to order online, use this link:  http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/330345. Please order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June!If you want to order a book but don’t have the money right now, please see Mr. MacAulay and sign the sheet on the door of Room 241 …but the order will NOT be placed for you until payment is received.

 

Athletics:

 

  • Congratulations to the Intermediate Girls Soccer team who capped off a fine season with a silver medal last night.  Hernewood broke open a tightly contested, scoreless tie early in the second half. We had the goalie beat on one shot, but it hit the post and we also had multiple chances off our corner kicks, but it just wasn’t in the cards!  The girls played a hard fought game right to the end with both refs commenting on the heart shown by our Souris squad. Hold your heads high, girls and be proud of a fantastic season and your second consecutive provincial silver medal.  Great job, Spartans!
  • Basketball Tryouts:

 

Senior Boys – Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of this week:

Intermediate Boys – Tryout Monday Nov 5th and Wed 7th after school.

Intermediate Girls – TBD

Senior Girls – Tuesday, Nov 6th at 3:00.  The Senior girls practices will be Tuesday and Thursdays.

 

  • Congratulations to the Senior Men’s soccer team on earning Silver Medals on Saturday at the Provincials!  Jacob MacPhee put on another strong performance in goal while Ben MacIsaac scored the lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Morell.  The coaching staff would like to say Thank You for a great season! They conducted themselves both on and off the field in an exemplary manner that makes people proud to be a Spartan!  Special thanks to the graduating players for being role models – Ben MacIsaac, Riley Jamieson, Ben Bruce, Camden Jenkins, Cole McMahon, Jacob Outhouse & Darcy Chaisson!

 

 

 

  • The Intermediate girls continued on their winning streak taking Montague in their last season game, 3 and 0!  These girls continue to impress and have their sights set on Provincials! Next Tuesday evening they play the 4th ranked team for a spot at Provincials, come out and cheer them on!

 

 

 

  • Athletes are reminded to pass in their clean jerseys to the Phys. Ed. office when your season is over.  

 

 

Canadian Parents for French:

 

  • Canadian Parents for French PEI is pleased to be sponsoring five students enrolled in French language programs on PEI to take part in an exciting week of activities in the Historica Encounters program in the winter session annually.  DEADLINE TO ENTER IS NOVEMBER 23, 2018.  Any grade 11/12 students interested in this opportunity please speak with Ms. Aucoin-Smith.

 

Student Services:

 

  • Skills Canada PEI (ages 13 to 17): Young Women’s Build A Skill-   Nov 3 10 am -2:30 pm at the Stratford Town Hall Gym
    This event provides young women with an opportunity to explore various careers in trades and technology.  Fun filled day with hands on demonstrations alongside female mentors in the industry. This will provide participants with a chance to explore training and career opportunities in these sectors.  Lunch is provided and there are over $300.00 in prizes to win!
  • Ms MacGregor Harris is looking for a few grade 12 students interested in doing some after school math tutoring for some grade 10 students.  Please touch base with her before the end of the week if you are interested.

 

 

Monday, Oct. 29

Day 5  C-D

 

General:

 

  • Monday’s Cafeteria Specials: Hot chicken bowl with mashed potato & veggies $5.50; Burger express with Caesar salad $5.00; Grilled 3-cheese panini sandwich with small pasta salad $4.50.

 

 

     Yearbook:

 

  • Late orders for the 2018-2019 Yearbook can be placed with Mr. MacAulay any day at noon time or at break (NOT during class time, please!). Prices are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized. If you wish to order online, use this link:  http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/330345. Please order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June!If you want to order a book but don’t have the money right now, please see Mr. MacAulay and sign the sheet on the door of Room 241 …but the order will NOT be placed for you until payment is received.

 

Athletics:

 

  • The Intermediate Girls Soccer team broke open a close game early in the second half en route to a 4-0 win over Athena in the provincial semi-final.  Emily Peters made good on 2 penalty kicks and Dayna Dingwell & Bailey Townshend scored late to put the game out of reach. Mia MacAdam & Trinity Roche shared the shut-out.  Congrats to all girls on a great effort! The girls play for GOLD on Monday at 4 pm vs Hernewood at Three Oaks.  

 

Go Spartans Go!

 

 

  • The Intermediate girls continued on their winning streak taking Montague in their last season game, 3 and 0!  These girls continue to impress and have their sights set on Provincials! Next Tuesday evening they play the 4th ranked team for a spot at Provincials, come out and cheer them on!

 

 

 

  • Athletes are reminded to pass in their clean jerseys to the Phys. Ed. office when your season is over.  

 

 

Canadian Parents for French:

 

  • Canadian Parents for French PEI is pleased to be sponsoring five students enrolled in French language programs on PEI to take part in an exciting week of activities in the Historica Encounters program in the winter session annually.  DEADLINE TO ENTER IS NOVEMBER 23, 2018.  Any grade 11/12 students interested in this opportunity please speak with Ms. Aucoin-Smith.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • The hospital is presently looking for volunteers.  Please see Ms MacGregor Harris for an application form if interested.

 

 

 

  • Ms MacGregor Harris is looking for a few grade 12 students interested in doing some after school math tutoring for some grade 10 students.  Please touch base with her before the end of the week if you are interested.

Happy Birthday:

 

Neka Cheverie (3A) & Michael Antle (9B)

 

& Mr. Dean MacDonald!

Friday, Oct. 26

Day 4  D-C

 

General:

 

  • Friday’s Cafeteria Specials: Sweet ‘n Sour meatballs with rice or noodles, fried veggies & an egg roll $6.00; Grilled cheese with wedges & a juice box $5.00; Spicy chicken Caesar wrap $5.25.

 

 

 

  • All SRS students (Gr. 7-12) are invited to act as Scarers at the Haunted Woods this weekend, even if you did not help set up. Please check in with Mr. Paton first.
  • The UPEI Music Society will be hosting their annual Haunted House event this year on October 26th and 27th from 7pm-11pm in the Steel Building (UPEI Campus). This event is the music society’s largest fundraiser with proceeds going towards student scholarships. Cost is only $8 per person, with a discounted rate of $5 for students. Guests can also bring non-perishable food items for $1 off admission price. A bake sale will be available at the door. During this event, the entire Steel building is transformed into a haunted house and filled with UPEI Music Department students as scarers. Parental discretion is advised for young children. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at upeimusicsociety@gmail.com.

 

 

SAVE:

 

  • There will be a SAVE meeting today at 11:40 in Mrs. Sanderson’s room.

 

 

     Yearbook:

 

  • Late orders for the 2018-2019 Yearbook can be placed with Mr. MacAulay any day at noon time or at break (NOT during class time, please!). Prices are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized. If you wish to order online, use this link:  http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/330345. Please order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June!If you want to order a book but don’t have the money right now, please see Mr. MacAulay and sign the sheet on the door of Room 241 …but the order will NOT be placed for you until payment is received.

 

Athletics:

 

  • Congratulations to the Senior Men’s soccer team on a convincing 5-1 semi-final victory over Kensington.  Jacob MacPhee put on a goaltending clinic shutting the door when the game mattered most. Goal scorers for the Spartans were Jake Crandell and Jacob Outhouse with singles with singles while Ben MacIsaac continued to light the lamp with a “Natural Hat Trick”! Our Spartans have earned a spot in the Gold Medal game at the Terry Fox Complex in Cornwall on Saturday, game time 11:45!

 

 

 

  • The Intermediate Girls Soccer team broke open a close game early in the second half en route to a 4-0 win over Athena in the provincial semi-final.  Emily Peters made good on 2 penalty kicks and Dayna Dingwell & Bailey Townshend scored late to put the game out of reach. Mia MacAdam & Trinity Roche shared the shut-out.  Congrats to all girls on a great effort! The girls play for GOLD on Monday at 4 pm vs Hernewood at Three Oaks.  

 

Go Spartans Go!

 

 

  • The Intermediate girls continued on their winning streak taking Montague in their last season game, 3 and 0!  These girls continue to impress and have their sights set on Provincials! Next Tuesday evening they play the 4th ranked team for a spot at Provincials, come out and cheer them on!

 

 

 

  • Athletes are reminded to pass in their clean jerseys to the Phys. Ed. office when your season is over.  

 

 

Canadian Parents for French:

 

  • Canadian Parents for French PEI is pleased to be sponsoring five students enrolled in French language programs on PEI to take part in an exciting week of activities in the Historica Encounters program in the winter session annually.  DEADLINE TO ENTER IS NOVEMBER 23, 2018.  Any grade 11/12 students interested in this opportunity please speak with Ms. Aucoin-Smith.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • The hospital is presently looking for volunteers.  Please see Ms MacGregor Harris for an application form if interested.

 

 

 

  • Ms MacGregor Harris is looking for a few grade 12 students interested in doing some after school math tutoring for some grade 10 students.  Please touch base with her before the end of the week if you are interested.

 

Happy Birthday:

Hannah Sheffer (Gr. 10)

 

Saturday: Cameron Oickle (5A) & Vivian Gao (9A)

Sunday:  Remie Townshend (3A)

Thursday, Oct. 25

Day 3  C-D

General:

 

  • Thursday’s Cafeteria Specials: Fettuccine Alfredo with Caesar salad & a biscuit $5.50; Chicken fingers with wedges & a juice box $5.00; ½ Turkey & swiss wrap with turkey soup $5.00.

 

 

 

  • All SRS students (Gr. 7-12) are invited to act as Scarers at the Haunted Woods this weekend, even if you did not help set up. Please check in with Mr. Paton first.
  • The UPEI Music Society will be hosting their annual Haunted House event this year on October 26th and 27th from 7pm-11pm in the Steel Building (UPEI Campus). This event is the music society’s largest fundraiser with proceeds going towards student scholarships. Cost is only $8 per person, with a discounted rate of $5 for students. Guests can also bring non-perishable food items for $1 off admission price. A bake sale will be available at the door. During this event, the entire Steel building is transformed into a haunted house and filled with UPEI Music Department students as scarers. Parental discretion is advised for young children. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at upeimusicsociety@gmail.com.

 

 

     Yearbook:

 

  • 2018-2019 Yearbook orders are taking place in homeroom from Monday-Thursday this week, Oct. 22-25.  Prices are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized. Please order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June!  

 

 

You can order online at http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/330345. If you want to order a book but don’t have the money right now, please see Mr. MacAulay and sign the sheet on the door of Room 241 …but the order will NOT be placed for you until payment is received.

 

Athletics:

 

  • The Intermediate Girls Soccer team broke open a close game early in the second half en route to a 4-0 win over Athena in the provincial semi-final.  Emily Peters made good on 2 penalty kicks and Dayna Dingwell & Bailey Townshend scored late to put the game out of reach. Mia MacAdam & Trinity Roche shared the shut-out.  Congrats to all girls on a great effort! The girls play for GOLD on Thursday at 4 pm vs Hernewood at Athena.  Go Spartans Go!

 

 

 

  • The Intermediate girls continued on their winning streak taking Montague in their last season game, 3 and 0!  These girls continue to impress and have their sights set on Provincials! Next Tuesday evening they play the 4th ranked team for a spot at Provincials, come out and cheer them on!

 

 

 

  • Athletes are reminded to pass in their clean jerseys to the Phys. Ed. office when your season is over.  

 

 

Canadian Parents for French:

 

  • Canadian Parents for French PEI is pleased to be sponsoring five students enrolled in French language programs on PEI to take part in an exciting week of activities in the Historica Encounters program in the winter session annually.  DEADLINE TO ENTER IS NOVEMBER 23, 2018.  Any grade 11/12 students interested in this opportunity please speak with Ms. Aucoin-Smith.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • The hospital is presently looking for volunteers.  Please see Ms MacGregor Harris for an application form if interested.

 

 

 

  • Ms MacGregor Harris is looking for a few grade 12 students interested in doing some after school math tutoring for some grade 10 students.  Please touch base with her before the end of the week if you are interested.

Happy Birthday:
Holly O’Regan (Gr. 12)

Wednesday, Oct. 24

Day 2  D-C

General:

 

  • Wednesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Lasagna with Caesar salad & garlic breadstick $5.50; Cheese pizza slice with Caesar salad & slushy cup $5.00; ½ Chicken Caesar wrap with pasta salad $4.50.

 

 

 

  • The UPEI Music Society will be hosting their annual Haunted House event this year on October 26th and 27th from 7pm-11pm in the Steel Building (UPEI Campus). This event is the music society’s largest fundraiser with proceeds going towards student scholarships. Cost is only $8 per person, with a discounted rate of $5 for students. Guests can also bring non-perishable food items for $1 off admission price. A bake sale will be available at the door. During this event, the entire Steel building is transformed into a haunted house and filled with UPEI Music Department students as scarers. Parental discretion is advised for young children. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at upeimusicsociety@gmail.com.

 

 

     Yearbook:

 

  • 2018-2019 Yearbook orders are taking place in homeroom from Monday-Thursday this week, Oct. 22-25.  Prices are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized. Please order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June!  

 

 

You can order online at http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/330345. If you want to order a book but don’t have the money right now, please see Mr. MacAulay and sign the sheet on the door of Room 241 …but the order will NOT be placed for you until payment is received.

 

Canadian Parents for French:

 

  • Canadian Parents for French PEI is pleased to be sponsoring five students enrolled in French language programs on PEI to take part in an exciting week of activities in the Historica Encounters program in the winter session annually.  DEADLINE TO ENTER IS NOVEMBER 23, 2018.  Any grade 11/12 students interested in this opportunity please speak with Ms. Aucoin-Smith.

 

Athletics:

 

  • The Intermediate Girls Soccer team broke open a close game early in the second half en route to a 4-0 win over Athena in the provincial semi-final.  Emily Peters made good on 2 penalty kicks and Dayna Dingwell & Bailey Townshend scored late to put the game out of reach. Mia MacAdam & Trinity Roche shared the shut-out.  Congrats to all girls on a great effort! The girls play for GOLD on Thursday at 4 pm vs Hernewood at Athena.  Go Spartans Go!

 

 

 

  • The Intermediate girls continued on their winning streak taking Montague in their last season game, 3 and 0!  These girls continue to impress and have their sights set on Provincials! Next Tuesday evening they play the 4th ranked team for a spot at Provincials, come out and cheer them on!

 

 

 

  • Athletes are reminded to pass in their clean jerseys to the Phys. Ed. office when your season is over.  

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • The hospital is presently looking for volunteers.  Please see Ms MacGregor Harris for an application form if interested.

 

 

 

  • Ms MacGregor Harris is looking for a few grade 12 students interested in doing some after school math tutoring for some grade 10 students.  Please touch base with her before the end of the week if you are interested.


Happy Birthday:

Sophie McNally (8A)

Tuesday, Oct. 23

Day 1  C-D

General:

 

  • Tuesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Chicken fajita with Mexican rice $5.50; ½ Buffalo chicken flatbread with Caesar salad & juice box $5.00; Thai Chicken wrap $5.25.

 

 

Haunted Woods:

 

  • Pumpkin Carving Day will be held today (Tuesday) in preparation for the Haunted Woods.  This will be held after school (volunteer hours available) at 121 St. Charles Road for students in Grades 7-12.  See Mr. Paton for details.

 

 

    Yearbook:

 

  • 2018-2019 Yearbook orders are taking place in homeroom from Monday-Thursday this week, Oct. 22-25.  Prices are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized. Please order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June!  You can order online at http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/330345. If you want to order a book but don’t have the money right now, please see Mr. MacAulay and sign the sheet on the door of Room 241 …but the order will NOT be placed for you until payment is received.Athletics:
  • Good luck to the Soccer & Volleyball teams who are wrapping up the regular season and beginning playoffs this week.

 

 

 

  • The Intermediate girls volleyball team played Belfast on Thursday evening.  They easily took the lead beating Belfast 3 games to 0. Strong skills were demonstrated by Taylor Jennings and Jenny Chaisson!  This team is sure making us proud to be Spartans! Come out and cheer the girls on in their last home game against Montague tonight at the school.  This is the ONLY team that has been able to beat these girls, it should be an exciting matchup!

 

 

 

  • Congrats to the Intermediate girls soccer team who beat Gulf Shore 2-0 last night in the zone semi-final.  Emily Peters had both goals with great perseverance and finish in close. Shutout was shared by Rosslyn & Bailey Townshend, Emma Jackson & Katelyn Keenan. The girls play in the provincial semi-final today against Athena at 4 pm behind the school.  Come on out and support the girls! Go Spartans Go!

 

 

 

  • Athletes are reminded to pass in their clean jerseys to the Phys. Ed. office when your season is over.  

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball players who need to pay their fee; if there is an error please see Mrs. Aucoin-Smith:  Allee C, Kisha D, & Mallory M.

 

 

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Ms MacGregor Harris is looking for a few grade 12 students interested in doing some after school math tutoring for some grade 10 students.  Please touch base with her before the end of the week if you are interested.


Happy Birthday:

River Cheverie (2A)

Aidan Cable-Walsh (Gr. 10)

Monday, Oct. 22

Day 6  D-C

General:

 

  • Monday’s Cafeteria Specials: Hot chicken bowl with mashed potato & veggies $5.50; Burger express with Caesar salad $5.00; Philly steak wrap $5.00.

 

 

Haunted Woods:

 

  • Pumpkin Carving Day will be held on Tuesday, October 23rd in preparation for the Haunted Woods.  This will be held after school (volunteer hours available) at 121 St. Charles Road for students in Grades 7-12.  See Mr. Paton for details.

 

 

    Yearbook:

 

  • Yearbook:  2018-2019 Yearbook orders are taking place in homeroom from Monday-Thursday this week, Oct. 22-25.  Prices are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized. Please order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June!  You can order online at http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/330345. If you want to order a book but don’t have the money right now, please see Mr. MacAulay and sign the sheet on the door of Room 241 …but the order will NOT be placed for you until payment is received.Athletics:
  • Sign-up sheets are posted to gage interest in basketball, please sign up in the gym.

 

 

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball players who need to pay their fee; if there is an error please see Mrs. Aucoin-Smith:  Allee C, Kisha D, & Mallory M.

 

 

 

  • The Intermediate girls volleyball team played Belfast on Thursday evening.  They easily took the lead beating Belfast 3 games to 0. Strong skills were demonstrated by Taylor Jennings and Jenny Chaisson!  This team is sure making us proud to be Spartans! Come out and cheer the girls on in their last home game against Montague tomorrow night at the school.  This is the ONLY team that has been able to beat these girls, it should be an exciting matchup!

 

 

 

  • Congrats to the Intermediate girls soccer team who finished their regular season undefeated and with no goals against all season.  The girls beat Gulf Shore 2-0 on Thursday (in nasty cold, snow, and wind) with goals by Nellie Campbell & Mia MacAdam.  Shutout was shared by Renee Chapman & Emily Peters. The girls play in their zone semi-final today against Gulf Shore at 3:45pm behind the school.  Come on out and support the girls! Go Spartans Go!

 

 

Student Services:

 

  • Ms MacGregor Harris is looking for a few grade 12 students interested in doing some after school math tutoring for some grade 10 students.  Please touch base with her before the end of the week if you are interested.

 

Thursday, Oct. 18

Day 5  C-D

General:

 

  • Thursday’s Cafeteria Specials: Pulled pork on a Kaiser bun with Caesar salad $5.50; Chicken fingers with wedges & a juice box $5.00; ½ Turkey & Swiss wrap with pasta salad $4.50.

 

 

Haunted Woods:

 

  • Haunted Woods set-up will be on Saturday at 9AM. Students planning on being scarers at the Haunted Woods are expected to help set up. This can be used for volunteer hours.  Please bring extension cords.

 

 

    Yearbook:

 

  • Sales for the 2018-2019 Yearbook (featuring Grades 7-12) are scheduled to take place in homerooms the week of Monday, Oct. 22.  Costs are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized.  Orders can also be placed online during and after the homeroom sales – there will be a link available on the school website starting on or around Oct. 22.  Please take the opportunity to order your yearbook early – you don’t want to be disappointed in June!!

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Montague Intermediate will be hosting a U16 Provincial flag football girls tryout today (Thursday) at 6:00 in the gym. For more information, contact Football PEI.

 

 

 

  • Sign-up sheets are posted to gage interest in basketball, please sign up in the gym.  

 

 

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball players who need to pay their fee; if there is an error please see Mrs. Aucoin-Smith:  Grace, Erin R, Allee C, Kisha D, Mallory M.

 

 

Grads:

 

  • A reminder that Heckbert’s will be here at lunch to take your Grad Photo orders.

 

Wednesday, Oct. 17

Day 4 D-C

General:

 

  • Wednesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Shepherd’s Pie w/ Salad & Biscuit $5.50. Meat Lovers Pizza Slice w/ Caesar Salad & Slushy Cup $5.00. 1/2 Chicken Caesar Wrap w/ Turkey Soup $4.50.

 

 

Drivers Ed:

 

  • Any students who are turning 16 before Christmas and are planning on taking Larry McGuire’s Drivers Ed. can pick up an information package at the office.

 

 

Haunted Woods:

 

  • Haunted Woods set-up will be on Saturday at 9AM. Students planning on being scarers at the Haunted Woods are expected to help set up. This can be used for volunteer hours.  Please bring extension cords.

 

 

    Yearbook:

 

  • Sales for the 2018-2019 Yearbook (featuring Grades 7-12) are scheduled to take place in homerooms the week of Monday, Oct. 22.  Costs are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized.  Orders can also be placed online during and after the homeroom sales – there will be a link available on the school website starting on or around Oct. 22.  Please take the opportunity to order your yearbook early – you don’t want to be disappointed in June!!

 

 

Save:

 

  • Anyone interested in bursary hours for SAVE, there will be a meeting in Mrs. Sanderson’s resource room at 12:00.

 

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Sign-up sheets are posted to gage interest in basketball, please sign up in the gym.  

 

 

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • Senior Men’s Soccer fee: Jacob Outhouse. Pay or Don’t Play!

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball players who need to pay their fee; if there is an error please see Mrs. Aucoin-Smith:  Grace, Erin R, Allee C, Kisha D, Zoe M, Mallory M.

 

 

Grads:

 

  • A reminder that Heckbert’s will be here at lunch to take your Grad Photo orders.


Happy Birthday:

Ella Chaisson (6B)

Tuesday, Oct. 16

Day 3  C-D

General:

 

  • Tuesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Beef tacos with rice & corn $5.50; ½ Buffalo chicken flatbread with Caesar salad & a juice box $5.00; ½ BLT wrap with turkey soup $4.50.

 

 

Drivers Ed:

 

  • Any students who are turning 16 before Christmas and are planning on taking Larry McGuire’s Drivers Ed. can pick up an information package at the office.

 

 

Haunted Woods:

 

  • Haunted Woods set-up will be on Saturday at 9AM. Students planning on being scarers at the Haunted Woods are expected to help set up. This can be used for volunteer hours.  Please bring extension cords.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Sign-up sheets are posted to gage interest in basketball, please sign up in the gym.  

 

 

 

  • Senior girls Volleyball players who need to pay their fee; if there is an error please see Mrs. Aucoin-Smith:

 

Grace, Erin R, Allee C, Kisha D, Zoe M, Mallory M

 

     Yearbook:

 

  • Sales for the 2018-2019 Yearbook (featuring Grades 7-12) are scheduled to take place in homerooms the week of Monday, Oct. 22.  Costs are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized.  Orders can also be placed online during and after the homeroom sales – there will be a link available on the school website starting on or around Oct. 22.  Please take the opportunity to order your yearbook early – you don’t want to be disappointed in June!!

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • The following Senior Men’s Soccer members still need to pay their fee: Ben Bruce, Ben MacIsaac, Darcy Chaisson, Cole McMahon, and Jacob Outhouse. Pay or Don’t Play!

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball players who need to pay their fee; if there is an error please see Mrs. Aucoin-Smith:  Grace, Erin R, Allee C, Kisha D, Zoe M, Mallory M.

 

Happy Birthday:

Ella MacAulay (7A)

Monday, Oct. 15

Day 2  D-C

General:

 

  • Monday’s Cafeteria Specials: Hot Chicken bowl with mashed potato & veggies $5.50; Burger express with Caesar salad $5.00; Grilled 3-cheese panini with pasta salad $4.50.

 

 

Drivers Ed:

 

  • Any students who are turning 16 before Christmas and are planning on taking Larry McGuire’s Drivers Ed. can pick up an information package at the office.

 

 

     Yearbook:

 

  • Sales for the 2018-2019 Yearbook (featuring Grades 7-12) are scheduled to take place in homerooms the week of Monday, Oct. 22.  Costs are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized.  Orders can also be placed online during and after the homeroom sales – there will be a link available on the school website starting on or around Oct. 22.  Please take the opportunity to order your yearbook early – you don’t want to be disappointed in June!!

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • The following Senior Men’s Soccer members still need to pay their fee: Ben Bruce, Ben MacIsaac, Darcy Chaisson, Cole McMahon, and Jacob Outhouse. Pay or Don’t Play!

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball:  Only 4 of 12 have paid!! Pay the PE office ASAP.  Thank you.

 

Happy Birthday:

Cassie MacLellan (9B) & Kelly Jamieson (Gr. 10)

Friday, Oct. 12

Day 1  C-D

General:

 

  • Friday’s Cafeteria Specials: Sweet n’ sour meatballs with garlic rice & stir-fried veggies $5.50; Grilled cheese with wedges & a juice box $5.00; Chicken ranch wrap $5.25.

 

 

 

  • Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Chaisson on the arrival of their SON!!! Mitchell Kevin (9 lbs 8 ozs) was born at 10:08 this morning (Oct. 10).

 

 

Food Drive:

 

  • The 2018 Souris Regional Food Drive concluded as a great success on Wednesday, shattering last year’s contributions with a grand total of 1260 items donated, with more still being counted at the time of writing. Ms. Kate O’Keefe’s kindergarten class was the top collecting homeroom, with well over 200 items brought in from just that class. On the 7-12 side, Mr. Dean MacDonald’s class came out on top with the highest number of items donated. Speaking with the foodbank representative, Ronnie McIntosh, he informed the school that the SRS Annual Food Drive is now the single biggest food donation that the Souris Food Bank receives all year. A special thanks to Grace Robertson, Ashley Savoie, and Holly O’Regan for helping organize and coordinate this effort.

 

 

 

  • Souris Regional School needs two student reps for the District Advisory Council.  The DAC is a group of adults and students representing Souris and Morell schools.

 

Duties are:

 

  • Advise the Minister of Education on education issues

 

– Identify education priorities within our district

– Engage school community in discussion

– Foster collaboration among our home and school association and our community

You would discuss issues like:

– Student attendance

– Length/time of school day

– Learner supports

If interested, please see Mrs MacKenzie

 

Drivers Ed:

 

  • Any students who are turning 16 before Christmas and are planning on taking Larry McGuire’s Drivers Ed. can pick up an information package at the office.

 

 

 

     Yearbook:

 

  • Sales for the 2018-2019 Yearbook (featuring Grades 7-12) are scheduled to take place in homerooms the week of Monday, Oct. 22.  Costs are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized.  Orders can also be placed online during and after the homeroom sales – there will be a link available on the school website starting on or around Oct. 22.  Please take the opportunity to order your yearbook early – you don’t want to be disappointed in June!!

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Congratulations to the Senior Men’s soccer team on a convincing 4-0 victory.  Drew Chapman was a wall in the net in recording the shutout. Goal scorers were Riley Jamieson, Alexander Dixon and two other great players “who haven’t paid their athletic fee”.  Come out and cheer on your Spartans on Weds. Oct. 17th as we host Colonel Gray in our last regular season game! Go Spartans Go!

 

 

 

  • There is Basketball after school on Fridays (starting today) from 3-4:30 for boys who intend to play school basketball this season.  It’s competitive, bring your game!

 

 

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • The following Senior Men’s Soccer members still need to pay their fee: Ben Bruce, Ben MacIsaac, Darcy Chaisson, Cole McMahon, and Jacob Outhouse. Pay or Don’t Play!

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball:  Only 4 of 12 have paid!! Pay the PE office ASAP.  Thank you.

 

Happy Birthday:

Ruthie Ching (6B) Saturday: JP Chaisson (KA), Ethan & Nate Sheehan (KB), Marie Mallaley (5B) & Riley Hazelden (7A)

 

Sunday: Abby Creamer (1A)

Thursday, Oct. 11

Day 6  D-C

General:

 

  • Thursday’s Cafeteria Specials: Turkey dinner with small white milk & pumpkin cheesecake or pumpkin pie $6.75; Hamburger & macaroni with a biscuit $5.00; Chicken fingers with wedges $5.00.

 

 

 

  • Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Chaisson on the arrival of their SON!!! Mitchell Kevin 9 lbs 8 ozs was born at 10:08 this morning (Oct. 10).

 

 

 

  • Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Annual Food Bank Drive!  1st place overall: Ms. Kate’s KA class; 1st place Gr. 7-12: Mr. Dean MacDonald’s class.  KA has won a class prize and a visit from the Spartan!

 

 

 

  • Souris Regional School needs two student reps for the District Advisory Council.  The DAC is a group of adults and students representing Souris and Morell schools.

 

Duties are:

 

  • Advise the Minister of Education on education issues

 

– Identify education priorities within our district

– Engage school community in discussion

– Foster collaboration among our home and school association and our community

You would discuss issues like:

– Student attendance

– Length/time of school day

– Learner supports

If interested, please see Mrs MacKenzie

 

Drivers Ed:

 

  • Any students who are turning 16 before Christmas and are planning on taking Larry McGuire’s Drivers Ed. can pick up an information package at the office.

 

 

     Yearbook:

 

  • Sales for the 2018-2019 Yearbook (featuring Grades 7-12) are scheduled to take place in homerooms the week of Monday, Oct. 22.  Costs are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized.  Orders can also be placed online during and after the homeroom sales – there will be a link available on the school website starting on or around Oct. 22.  Please take the opportunity to order your yearbook early – you don’t want to be disappointed in June!!

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • There will be an Athletic Association meeting today (Thursday) at 11:40 in Room 72.

 

 

 

  • There is Basketball after school on Fridays from 3-4:30 for boys who intend to play school basketball this season.  It’s competitive, bring your game!

 

 

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • The following Senior Men’s Soccer members still need to pay their fee: Ben Bruce, Ben MacIsaac, Darcy Chaisson, Cole McMahon, and Jacob Outhouse. Pay or Don’t Play!

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball:  Only 4 of 12 have paid!! Pay the PE office ASAP.  Thank you.

 

Happy Birthday:

Austin Burke (Gr. 10)

Wednesday, Oct. 10

Day 5  C-D

General:

 

  • Wednesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Lasagna with side Caesar salad & biscuit $5.50; Meat pizza slice with Caesar salad & a juice box or slushie cup $5.00; Chicken Caesar wrap $5.25.

 

 

 

  • There will be a turkey dinner available at the cafeteria on tomorrow (Thursday).  Turkey with mashed potato, vegetables, stuffing, cranberry sauce & gravy with pumpkin pie for dessert.  Cost is 6.75. Please pre-order at the cafeteria or put your name on the sheet in the main office.

 

 

 

  • Lifetouch will be here on Thursday (Gr. 7-12) and Friday (K-6 & anyone who was absent on Thursday) of this week.  All students are required to have a photo taken for our school database.

 

 

 

  • Souris Regional School needs two student reps for the District Advisory Council.  The DAC is a group of adults and students representing Souris and Morell schools.

 

Duties are:

 

  • Advise the Minister of Education on education issues

 

– Identify education priorities within our district

– Engage school community in discussion

– Foster collaboration among our home and school association and our community

You would discuss issues like:

– Student attendance

– Length/time of school day

– Learner supports

If interested, please see Mrs MacKenzie

 

     Athletics:

 

  • The Intermediate Girls’ Volleyball Team once again swept the competition beating Francois Buote 3-0!  Thanks to exceptional hitting from Tori Jayne Chapman and some all around powerful serving, Souris continues to dominate in intermediate volleyball!
  • The Intermediate Girls Soccer team continued their unbeaten, shutout season with a 7-0 win over Birchwood last night.  Emily Peters & Nellie Campbell each had a pair of beauties while Mia MacAdam and Callie Veld had singles on low, hard shots.  Jillian Power scored off her corner kick. Maribeth Power & Lucy MacPhee shared keeper duty and kept Birchwood off the scoresheet.  Way to go, Spartans!

 

 

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • The following Senior Men’s Soccer members still need to pay their fee: Ben Bruce, Ben MacIsaac, Darcy Chaisson, Cole McMahon, and Jacob Outhouse. Pay or Don’t Play!

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball:  Only 4 of 12 have paid!! Pay the PE office ASAP.  Thank you.

 

 

Yearbook:

 

  • Sales for the 2018-2019 Yearbook (featuring Grades 7-12) are scheduled to take place in homerooms the week of Monday, Oct. 22.  Costs are the same as last year: $35 for non-personalized books and $38 for personalized.  Orders can also be placed online during and after the homeroom sales – there will be a link available on the school website starting on or around Oct. 22.  Please take the opportunity to order your yearbook early – you don’t want to be disappointed in June!!

Happy Birthday:

Austin Kickham (8B) & Hunter MacDonald (Gr. 11)

Tuesday, Oct. 11

Day 4  D-C

 

  • Tuesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Chicken fajita with Mexican Rice $5.50; ½ Buffalo Chicken flatbread with Caesar salad & juice box $5.00; Thai Chicken wrap $5.25.

 

 

  • There will be a turkey dinner available at the cafeteria on Thursday, Oct. 11th.  Turkey with mashed potato, vegetables, stuffing, cranberry sauce & gravy with pumpkin pie for dessert.  Cost is 6.75. Please pre-order at the cafeteria or put your name on the sheet in the main office.

 

 

  • The Spartan Food Drive has been extended to Wednesday due to some intense competition from Mrs. MacAulay’s class!

 

     Athletics:

 

  • Any students in the Athletic Association please meet in Room 72 at 11:45.  Everyone is welcome & encouraged to attend.

 

 

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • The following Senior Men’s Soccer members still need to pay their fee: Ben Bruce, Ben MacIsaac, Darcy Chaisson, Cole McMahon, and Jacob Outhouse. Pay or Don’t Play!

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball:  Only 4 of 12 have paid!! Pay the PE office ASAP.  Thank you.

 

 

Student Council:

 

  • There will be a student council meeting in Mr. Paton’s room today at 11:40. Any students in grades 7-12 are invited to attend.

 

 

Grad Class

 

  • Reminder to all Gr 12’s to have your popcorn order forms and money back to Mrs. O’Neill or Mrs. MacDonald TODAY at lunch.

No birthdays today!

 

Thanksgiving Monday: Zach Stacey (5A) & Samantha MacCormack (Gr. 10)

Friday, Oct. 5

Day 3  C-D

 

 

  • Friday’s Cafeteria Specials:Asian rice bowl w/beef, egg roll & fortune cookie $6.00. Taco baked potato w/side salad $5.50. Grilled cheese w/wedges & juice box $5.

 

 

 

  • The Spartan Food Drive is happening all week. A reminder that the homeroom that brings in the most items will win a prize. PLEASE NOTE: The Food Drive has been extended to next Wednesday due to some intense competition from Mrs. MacAulay’s class!

 

 

     Athletics:

 

  • The Intermediate girls soccer team continued their unbeaten season with a 3-0 win last night.  The girls battled hard against an intense headwind in the first half and a very physical Morell squad.  Emily Peters & Lucy MacPhee were taken down in the box and each was awarded a PK. Both of the girls made no mistake in finding the back of the net.  Emily added another marker late in the game. The shutout was shared by Mia MacAdam & Nellie Campbell. The girls have yet to be scored on this season.  Go Spartans Go!

 

 

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • The following Senior Men’s Soccer members still need to pay their fee: Ben Bruce, Ben MacIsaac, Darcy Chaisson, Cole McMahon, Keirnan Rodgers, and Jacob Outhouse. Pay or Don’t Play!

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball:  Only 4 of 12 have paid!! Pay the PE office ASAP.  Thank you.

 

 

 

  • The Intermediate Girls’ Volleyball Team continued on their winning streak last night as they took Vernon River 4 games to 1.  The matches were tight but thanks to Jenny Chaisson’s powerful serve, Souris was able pull it off again! Way to go Souris!

 

 

 

  • Congratulations to the Senior Women’s Soccer team on their big 2-1 win over Summerside, with both goals scored by Delaney Roche during a wet and windy game. In other news, Men’s soccer was cancelled due to wind and rain.
  • Congratulations to the following athletes on their impressive runs at the Regional East Cross Country Meet:
  • Addie MacPhee and Chloe LaBrech finishing the 3.5K in 18:39
  • Liam Kelly 22:05 5K 24th of 45
  • Matthew Antle 23:18 5K
  • Daniel McIntosh 24:24 5K

 

Well done Spartans!

 

 

  • Ms MacGregor Harris is currently looking for a few older ringette players to help on the ice this weekend at the Souris Ringette Camp this weekend.  Roland is looking for girls with a strong level of skills in skating and ring control to demonstrate drills to younger players. Volunteers can use these hours toward Community Service Bursary or can be paid by the Souris Ringette Association.  Please see Ms MacGregor Harris if interested before the end of the day today.

 

 

  Student Services:

 

  • This is a reminder that Friday, October 5, is the deadline to submit a school’s representative in the Legislative Assembly Page Program. Please see Ms MacGregor Harris if you interested in this paid position!

 

 

 

  • Katimavik is back!  Katimavik is a life-changing experience for young adults between the ages of 18 – 25 to explore Canada, make new friendships, gain valuable work experience and contribute to positive change through volunteerism. For over 40 years, Katimavik has brought youth together to learn, to exchange culture and language, and to help build stronger communities across Canada. Students are invited to learn more about Katimavik on their website: katimavik.org.

 

 

Grad Class

 

  • Reminder to all Gr 12’s to have your popcorn order forms and money back to Mrs. O’Neill or Mrs. MacDonald by Tuesday at lunch.

 

 

 

  • Congratulations to our elected Executive President – Ashley Savoie, Vice President – Emily MacDonald. Members at large of Grad Class are Beth MacDonald, Grace Robertson, Holly O’Regan, Jenny rose, Monica Rose. Our Social Media contact is Erica Tung.

 

Happy Birthday:

Skylar Osmond

Saturday: Katie Coffin (4Z) & Bill Townshend (5A)

Sunday: Lincoln Mills (6A) & Mia MacKenzie (7A)

Wednesday, Oct. 3

Day 1  C-D

 

 

  • Wednesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Shepherd’s pie with side salad & a roll $5.50; Meats pizza slice with Caesar salad & icee cup $5.00; Hummus & veggie wrap $4.50.

 

 

 

  • Please note that there is absolutely NO CHARGING at the cafeteria. Students are NOT TO ASK TO CHARGE ANY ITEMS.

 

 

 

  • October Teen Flex – Yoga for Teens is being held on Thursdays at 3:45 at the Studio starting October 4th.  Cost is $5.

 

 

     Athletics:

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball:  Only 4 of 12 have paid!! Pay the PE office ASAP.  Thank you.

 

 

  Student Services:

 

  • This is a reminder that Friday, October 5, is the deadline to submit a school’s representative in the Legislative Assembly Page Program. Please see Ms MacGregor Harris if you interested in this paid position!

 

 

 

  • Katimavik is back!  Katimavik is a life-changing experience for young adults between the ages of 18 – 25 to explore Canada, make new friendships, gain valuable work experience and contribute to positive change through volunteerism. For over 40 years, Katimavik has brought youth together to learn, to exchange culture and language, and to help build stronger communities across Canada. Students are invited to learn more about Katimavik on their website: katimavik.org.

Happy Birthday:

Hargun Singh (KA)

Tuesday, Oct. 2

Day 6  C-D

 

 

  • Tuesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Soft beef taco with Mexican rice & corn $5.50; ½ buffalo chicken flatbread with Caesar salad & a juice box $5.00; ½ BLT wrap with chicken noodle soup $4.00.

 

 

 

  • Please note that there is absolutely NO CHARGING at the cafeteria. Students are NOT TO ASK TO CHARGE ANY ITEMS.

 

 

 

  • October Teen Flex – Yoga for Teens is being held on Thursdays at 3:45 at the Studio starting October 4th.  Cost is $5.

 

 

 

  • Rock band has been cancelled for after school today.

 

 

     Athletics:

 

  • All Athletes:  If you have yet to pay your $30 (intermediate) or $40 (senior) fee please do so ASAP as there are bills to be paid as a result of your games.

 

 

 

  • Senior Girls volleyball:  Only 4 of 12 have paid!! Pay the PE office ASAP.  Thank you.

 

 

  Student Services:

 

  • This is a reminder that Friday, October 5, is the deadline to submit a school’s representative in the Legislative Assembly Page Program. Please see Ms MacGregor Harris if you interested in this paid position!

 

 

 

  • Katimavik is back!  Katimavik is a life-changing experience for young adults between the ages of 18 – 25 to explore Canada, make new friendships, gain valuable work experience and contribute to positive change through volunteerism. For over 40 years, Katimavik has brought youth together to learn, to exchange culture and language, and to help build stronger communities across Canada. Students are invited to learn more about Katimavik on their website: katimavik.org.

 

 

Monday, Oct. 1

Day 5  C-D

 

 

  • Monday’s Cafeteria Specials: Chicken bowl with mashed potato & corn $5.50; Burger Express with Caesar salad $5.00; 3-Cheese panini with pasta salad $4.50.

 

 

 

  • Please note that there is absolutely NO CHARGING at the cafeteria. Students are NOT TO ASK TO CHARGE ANY ITEMS.

 

 

 

  • October Teen Flex – Yoga for Teens is being held on Thursdays at 3:45 at the Studio starting October 4th.  Cost is $5.

 

 

   Athletics:

Congrats to the Intermediate Girls Soccer team on their second win of the season Thursday night.  The girls got past Montague 3-0 with two counters from Emily Peters and another from Mia MacAdam. Trinity Roche had the shutout between the pipes.  Practice on Tuesday at 3:15 behind the school.

 

   Yearbook:

 

  • There will be a Yearbook meeting today (Monday) at 11:50 and we would love to see lots of new faces there!

 

 

    Senior High:

 

  • The Art Trip to Europe has been revised and is now an 8 day PARIS IN DEPTH trip. We will be travelling in May, 2019 and will visit the world famous Louvre, Musee D’Orsay, Palace and gardens of Versailles, ascend the Eiffel Tower, have a boat cruise along the Seine – among lots of other things. If you enjoy art and like to travel, Mrs. Mills is compiling a waiting list of  interested students, as there is the possibility of spots being available. If you are interested, please complete a short written piece including why you’d like to come and why you’d be a suitable candidate for the trip. You can also submit a piece of artwork with your written, as it is an art focused trip. Mrs. Mills will be accepting these “declarations of interest” this week and next. Let her know by Friday, October 5th if you’re interested and go see her if you want more details! The trip promises to be amazing – don’t miss out!  🙂

 

 

Student Services:

  • A family in Souris is looking for a babysitter from 3:15-5:00 daily for one child.  Please see Ms MacGregor Harris if you are interested in this opportunity and have additional questions.

 

 

 

  • Katimavik is back!  Katimavik is a life-changing experience for young adults between the ages of 18 – 25 to explore Canada, make new friendships, gain valuable work experience and contribute to positive change through volunteerism. For over 40 years, Katimavik has brought youth together to learn, to exchange culture and language, and to help build stronger communities across Canada. Students are invited to learn more about Katimavik on their website: katimavik.org.

 

No birthdays today!

Thursday, Sept. 27th

Day 4  D-C

 

 

  • Thursday’s Cafeteria Specials: Fettuccine Alfredo with Caesar salad & breadstick $5.50; Chicken fingers with wedges & a juice box $5.00; Chicken Caesar wrap $5.00.

 

 

 

  • Please note that there is absolutely NO CHARGING at the cafeteria. Students are NOT TO ASK TO CHARGE ANY ITEMS.

 

 

 

  • October Teen Flex – Yoga for Teens is being held on Thursdays at 3:45 at the Studio starting October 4th.  Cost is $5.

 

 

   Athletics:

Congratulations to the Senior Men’s soccer team on an impressive 4-2 victory over the previously undefeated Rural squad.  Jacob MacPhee was between the pipes and helped secure the victory. Ben MacIsaac had his second straight hattrick while Jake Crandall added the single. It was a great team building win!  Go Spartans Go!

 

   Yearbook:

 

  • The Yearbook Committee will be starting up soon! We are always looking for more people to join.  More people and more great ideas helps to make the best yearbook. There will be a meeting at 11:50 on Thursday and we would love to see lots of new faces there!

 

 

  Student Services:

  • A family in Souris is looking for a babysitter from 3:15-5:00 daily for one child.  Please see Ms MacGregor Harris if you are interested in this opportunity and have additional questions.

 

 

  • Katimavik is back!  Katimavik is a life-changing experience for young adults between the ages of 18 – 25 to explore Canada, make new friendships, gain valuable work experience and contribute to positive change through volunteerism. For over 40 years, Katimavik has brought youth together to learn, to exchange culture and language, and to help build stronger communities across Canada. Students are invited to learn more about Katimavik on their website: katimavik.org.

 

 

  Senior High:

 

  • The Art Trip to Europe has been revised and is now an 8 day PARIS IN DEPTH trip. We will be travelling in May, 2019 and will visit the world famous Louvre, Musee D’Orsay, Palace and gardens of Versailles, ascend the Eiffel Tower, have a boat cruise along the Seine – among lots of other things. If you enjoy art and like to travel, Mrs. Mills is compiling a waiting list of  interested students, as there is the possibility of spots being available. If you are interested, please complete a short written piece including why you’d like to come and why you’d be a suitable candidate for the trip. You can also submit a piece of artwork with your written, as it is an art focused trip. Mrs. Mills will be accepting these “declarations of interest” this week and next. Let her know by Friday, October 5th if you’re interested and go see her if you want more details! The trip promises to be amazing – don’t miss out!  🙂

 

 

 

  • Can the following students please see Mrs. Mills in the Art room at 11:35 TODAY?

 

 

Emily MacDonald; Erin Robertson; Grace Robertson; Erica Tung; Rebecca Tung; Breanna Creamer; Mallory Harris;

Mallory MacCormack; Lacey Patey & Maria Lutz
Happy birthday:

Sophia Gregory (7B)

Friday: Zach Bailey (Gr. 12)

Sunday: Logan Paquet (4A)

 

Wednesday, Sept. 26th

Day 3  C-D

 

 

  • Wednesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Lasagna with garden salad & garlic breadstick $5.00; 3-Cheese pizza slice with Caesar salad & icee cup $5.00; BLT wrap $5.00.

 

 

 

  • Please note that there is absolutely NO CHARGING at the cafeteria. Students are NOT TO ASK TO CHARGE ANY ITEMS.

 

 

 

  • We will be holding Orange Shirt Day on Thursday, Sept. 27th to honour Indigenous students.

 

 

 

  • A bluish-green water bottle is missing.  If you see it, please bring it to the office to be returned to the owner.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • The Athletic Association will meet today at 11:50 in Room 72. New members welcome!

 

 

  Yearbook:

 

  • The Yearbook Committee will be starting up soon! We are always looking for more people to join.  More people and more great ideas helps to make the best yearbook. There will be a meeting at 11:50 on Thursday and we would love to see lots of new faces there!

 

 

  Student Services:

  • A family in Souris is looking for a babysitter from 3:15-5:00 daily for one child.  Please see Ms MacGregor Harris if you are interested in this opportunity and have additional questions.

 

  Senior High:

 

  • The Art Trip to Europe has been revised and is now an 8 day PARIS IN DEPTH trip. We will be travelling in May, 2019 and will visit the world famous Louvre, Musee D’Orsay, Palace and gardens of Versailles, ascend the Eiffel Tower, have a boat cruise along the Seine – among lots of other things. If you enjoy art and like to travel, Mrs. Mills is compiling a waiting list of  interested students, as there is the possibility of spots being available. If you are interested, please complete a short written piece including why you’d like to come and why you’d be a suitable candidate for the trip. You can also submit a piece of artwork with your written, as it is an art focused trip. Mrs. Mills will be accepting these “declarations of interest” this week and next. Let her know by Friday, October 5th if you’re interested and go see her if you want more details! The trip promises to be amazing – don’t miss out!  🙂

 

 

 

  • Can the following students please see Mrs. Mills in the Art room at 11:35 on THURSDAY, Sept 27th?

 

Emily MacDonald; Erin Robertson; Grace Robertson; Erica Tung; Rebecca Tung; Breanna Creamer; Mallory Harris;

Mallory MacCormack; Lacey Patey & Maria Lutz
Happy Birthday:

Jack-Lina Kearney (7B)

 

Friday, Sept. 21st

Day 6  D-C

 

 

  • Friday’s Cafeteria Specials: Taco baked potato with a side salad $5.25; Hamburger with wedges & a juice box $5.00; Chicken Caesar wrap $5.25

 

 

 

  • Please note that there is absolutely NO CHARGING at the cafeteria. Students are NOT TO ASK TO CHARGE ANY ITEMS.

 

 

 

  • We will be holding Orange Shirt Day on Thursday, Sept. 27th to honour Indigenous students.

 

 

Students:

 

  • Any students in Grades 7-12 or teachers/staff who would like to place a book order, please see Mrs. Whalen (Rm 82) by Friday with your order & payment.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Congratulations to the Intermediate Girls Soccer team on winning their season opener against Stonepark.  Goal scorers were Emily Peters with 3 goals and singles from Mia MacAdam, Abby MacAdam, Lucy MacPhee & Callie Veld.  Shutout was shared by Renee Chapman & Callie Veld. Next practice is on Tuesday at 3:15 behind the school!

 

 

Senior High:

 

  • Students in grades 10 – 12 interested volunteering at the Colville Manor are asked to fill out an application at Student Services and get a criminal record check completed.  The facilitator would like to have an orientation session on Monday, Sept. 24th from 3:15- 5:00 at the Colville Manor.  PLease see Ms. MacGregor- Harris and confirm whether or not you can attend this orientation.

Happy Birthday:

Alleigha Dadge-Abbott (KA)

Marissa Howlett (8B)

Deseray McCormack & Avery MacKenzie (Gr. 10)

 

Saturday: Cole Martin (3A) & Lexi Carter (4A)

Sunday: Lincoln Campbell (2B)

Thursday, Sept. 20th

Day 5  C-D

 

 

  • Thursday’s Cafeteria Specials: Chicken Quesadilla with Mexican rice and veggies $5.25; Chicken nuggets with wedges & juice box $5.00; Turkey wrap $5.00

 

 

 

  • Please note that there is absolutely NO CHARGING at the cafeteria. Students are NOT TO ASK TO CHARGE ANY ITEMS.

 

 

Teachers:

 

  • Mrs. Kelly-Fraser will be holding a Yoga session after school today (Thursday) from 3:30-4:30 at the Matthew-MacLean building. Session is $5.00.

 

 

 

  • An anaphylaxis presentation will be held after school in the band room.  Beth MacDonald (PHN) will be presenting.

 

 

Athletics:

 

  • Intermediate Girls Soccer Team – Please get changed into your uniform during last break today. The bus will be leaving at 2:50.

 

 

Students:

 

  • Any students in Grades 7-12 or teachers/staff who would like to place a book order, please see Mrs. Whalen (Rm 82) by Friday with your order & payment.

 

 

   

Senior High:

 

  • Students in grades 10 – 12 interested volunteering at the Colville Manor are asked to fill out an application at Student Services and get a criminal record check completed.  The facilitator would like to have an orientation session on Monday, Sept. 24th from 3:15- 5:00 at the Colville Manor.  PLease see Ms. MacGregor- Harris and confirm whether or not you can attend this orientation.

Happy Birthday:

Zoe MacIsaac (Gr. 10)

Monday, Sept. 17th

Day 2  D-C

 

 

  • Tuesday’s Cafeteria Specials: Beef taco with Mexican rice and corn $5.25; ½ buffalo flatbread with Caesar salad with juice $5.00; BLT wrap $5.00.

 

 

 

  • Congratulations to Mr. Paton on his engagement!

 

 

 

 

 

  • Please note that there is absolutely NO CHARGING at the cafeteria. Students are NOT TO ASK TO CHARGE ANY ITEMS.

 

 

Teachers:

 

  • An anaphylaxis presentation will be held on Thursday, after school in the band room.  Beth MacDonald (PHN) will be presenting.

 

 

Students:

 

  • Any students in Grades 7-12 or teachers/staff who would like to place a book order, please see Mrs. Whalen (Rm 82) by Friday with your order & payment.

 

 

 

  • Grade 7 will again be collecting refundables to raise money for our twinned school, Kiirua Primary, in Kenya. Last year we raised over $1100, one juice box at a time! We would really appreciate if you could put your empty juice packs (without the straw), water bottles, and cans in the blue bins provided. Just look for the orange sign above the bin and Grade 7 will pick them up on a regular basis. Every bottle matters! Thank you for taking the time to support us in this fundraiser.
  • There will be no Rock band this week as all forms haven’t been returned to Mr. O’Donnell. All students wishing to be in rock band must return their signed form.

 

 

   Athletics:

 

  • The next and final intermediate boys soccer tryout will be held on Wednesday, behind the rink, at 4:45 p.m.

 

 

Senior High:

 

  • Mrs. Mills is starting a waiting list for students who are interested in joining the Arts trip to Europe in May, 2019. This is for current grade 10 -12 students. If you would like to join us on the trip, please give your name to Mrs. Mills. There may be be a couple of spots to be filled!

 

 

 

  • Students in grades 10 – 12 interested in  applying to volunteer at the Colville Manor are asked to speak with Ms MacGregor-Harris this week.  Hours can be used toward bursary hours!

 

 


Grads:

 

  • A reminder to all grads to sign up for a Heckbert’s grad photo appointment if you haven’t already done so.  The sign up sheet is on the wall in the lobby.

 

Happy Birthday Madison Blaisdell 9A!

Madison Blaisdell (9A)

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