Considering becoming a contest in our Annual Chili Contest. Friday Nov. 27th. Prizes awarded for best chili, best theme (Costumes & Decorations) and most appealing. Groups are registering now at people place. Your very own students’ council has thrown their hat in the ring and even the principal and vice principals are competing as a group. This event is being organized by the NDSS Interact Club. The chili will be served up on Friday Nov. 27th in the school cafeteria during lunch. Tickets will be available for sale today and tomorrow on the chili day. All proceeds will be donated towards the purchase of vaccines for children in
Hey grade 12’s. a reminder that the rep for Guelph University is here today. Come to room a4, at the start of period 3 to hear everything you need to know. This is the second last rep visit for the fall season. Our final visit will be from Lake Head U, on Dec. 1st. Stay tuned for location.
Also, don’t forget to book your appointment to apply for college and/ or university before the Holiday Break. That’s less than one month away Hawks!
People place is pleased to present our third and final career connections panel of the year, this Thursday during period 2. The theme of this panel is the helping professions. We will hear from a social worker, a child protection worker, a women’s shelters worker, an adolescent care worker and a community development worker. Please plan to attend if your future involves helping others. Attendance will be covered.
Concert Band- rehearse tonight – two rehearses left before we perform.
Many thanks to all who came out to or first Fundraiser Friday – fly on the wall in the cafeteria. We raised $251 for the united way – look forward to seeing Adam dressed as an elf for the last week of school before the holiday break. Grade points were awarded for every dollar donated plus the bonus 50 went to Gr. 12 with Hayley staying on the wall the longest. Come on the Friday and buy some sweets from our bake sale to go with your chili.
Would the members of the senior and junior men’s volleyball teams please see Ms. Ardern today to sign up to ref and score keep at Friday’s LESSA volleyball tournament.
The boys hockey team completed in the annual KCVI pre-season hockey tournament yesterday at the invista center in Kingston. With scores of 5-1, 7-2 and a 3-2 shoot-out victory, the team won our pool and moved on to a game against the first place team in pool B. playing Sydenham in the final game, the hawks posted a somewhat sloppy, but very entertaining 8-5 victory to go undefeated for the day. Congratulations gentlemen. Coach Birchard and Coach Brinkman would like to thank all of the boys who came out for the team and for making the decision process so very difficult.
Happy Hump Day! Today in Gym1, The Dodge Ballers plat The Fierce Furballs. In Gym 2, The Purple Cobras2 play Skills that Kills and The Whipper Snippers take on The Slayers. See everyone at 12:30!
Hey hawks we have a lot of things going on this week! First well be having a colour house day on Thursday, plus an assembly! Then on Friday we will be having our annual chili fest and a bake sale! Can’t wait to see you hawks on Thursday in your house colour’s!
Librarian, Ms. Brooks, would like to thank the following students for their contributions to our library’s festive décor:
Gewen Lloyd & Bri White for creating wreaths, carrying trees “fluffing” tree branches, attaching lights, and other creative jobs including having a good eye for interior design!
Nicole Beer for assembling the Christmas tree…. a job for a genius!!
Hailey Duffy & Natalie Scilley for volunteering to decorate the Christmas tree, with Abby DeHaan and Haley Burke joining in!!
Stay tuned for our library’s holiday activities!
Gay straight alliance meeting today at 12:30 in A4! Build positive relationships with other students, come to hang out or join our group discussions. No matter how you identify, whoever you are, you’re always welcome.
There is a meeting for all those students going on the international trip at lunch today in Miss LeBlanc’s room A16. – Important information to share. Students who would like to go on the trip should see Miss LeBlanc.
A reminder to Grade 11 students about the Career connections panel happening tomorrow during period2. If you are interested in rewarding career helping others in the social services, you should plan to attend. Please sign in when you arrive so that attendance may be covered for you.