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Daily Schedule

 

Period Time
Homeroom: 8:15 - 8:20
Period 1: 8:20 - 9:35
Break:  9:35 - 9:43 (8 Min.)
Period 2: 9:43 - 10:58
Break: 10:58 - 11:06 (8 Min.)
Period 3: 11:06 - 12:21
Lunch: 12:21 - 1:15 (58 Min.)
Period 4: 1:15 - 2:30
  • Homerooms are to be open and supervised by 8:00 a.m.
  • "Go-to-Class music" before 8:15 signals the time to go to homeroom.
  • Bells will ring to signal the beginning and end of each class.
  • There will be a bell at 1:10 p.m. to signal to students that they have 5 minutes to get to their last period class.
  • Period 1 consists of two parts. Opening exercises and curriculum time.

Monday

ANNOUNCEMTENTS – MONDAY, APRIL 29TH, 2019

 

 

Sports

  1. There will be a sprinters practice today at lunch.

 

News

  1. Good morning Hawks! It is Monday April 29th and your movie Monday song bringing you to class this morning was “The Power of Love” from the movie Back to the Future. Your fun fract of the day is: Rainbows that appear at night are called moonbows!
  2. Cafeteria specials are burger and fries or butter chicken and rice.
  3. There is a strong link between positive pee relationships and positive mental health, social connections can impact our mental wellbeing and our ability to manage life’s challenges. Come down to Sunshine hall Wednesday for Generation Empowered’s Wellness Wednesday Café. Relax with a friend and enjoy a cup of tea or infused water. There will be snacks to enjoy like muffins and cheese and crackers. Everything is free!
  4. Concert band rehearses at a different time today, 2:30-4pm in C14.
  5. Attention all one act play cast and crew members! Come to a short but very important meeting today at lunch! Rehearsals resume this week.. come to the meeting to get the scoop!
  6. Attention Coop students! This Friday May 3rd is an Integration day. We will be starting in the Library. Please let your supervisor know.
  7. The Ontario Provincial Police Youth Foundation Bursary Awards are gifted to students in Ontario, graduating from high school to support their post-secondary endeavors. In order to be eligible, students must demonstrate financial need, academic ability and a plan for the future. Think you would qualify? Grab a copy of the application in People Place QUICK! The dead line to apply is May 17th.
  8. Congratulations to Mrs. Abramczuk’s homeroom class for being the first to be 100% signed up for their school day account They will be receiving a pizza party soon! There is still time to earn a pizza party for your homeroom class!
  9. Resilience is defined as overcoming adversity while demonstrating personal strength, courage =, and the determination to succeed. The Mike Bossio MP Award for resilience – valued at $250.00 and presented at graduation – recognizes the achievements of students who have shown resilience in both personal and academic lives. The successful candidate will be pursuing post-secondary education, an apprenticeship or entering the workplace in the fall. Demonstrated financial need may also be a consideration. Applications are available now in People Place and are due on Friday May 24th.
  10. Dual credits offer senior or returning students the opportunity to earn a highschool credit while taking a course at St. Lawrence college. Applications for next September open on Tuesday April 23rd. Limited spaces are available in Development Psychology, Make-Up, Taste of the Trades, and police foundations. Pop by People Place to chat with a counsellor or pick up an application. You must be completed everything by May 10th!
  11. The Quinte Home Economics Association generously sponsors two education awards to graduates attending post-secondary studies in a field related to family studies – will you be studying fashion, nutrition, culinary arts, child and youth worker, early childhood education or some other related program this fall? Don’t miss out on your chance to earn some award money to help you as you take the next step in your education. Applications are available NOW on the scholarships counter in People Place and are due by the end of the day on Friday May 3rd. Be sure to pick up your copy soon so you have time to get all the requirements in order.
  12. The Cattleman’s Association Graduation Award has arrived! Of you are headed into the agriculture field, please plan to pick up a copy! Applications are due on Wednesday, June 5th. See a People Place counsellor for details!

Tuesday

ANNOUNCEMENTS – TUESDAY MAY 7TH, 2019

 

Sports

  1. For all girls rugby players: there will be a quick but important meeting today at lunch to get ready for our game at Ernestown tonight. That will be C5 at 12:30!
  2. Frisbee Freaks! We need to know if you are planning on donning your huxedo shirts for the tournament at the end of May. Please see Ms. Randall by Wednesday. If you are on another KASSAA team but may be available – let me know and I will pit you on standby.
  3. The junior girls soccer team played the highly ranked Frontenac team yesterday. Your hawks played an outstanding game defensively holding Frontenac’s high-powered offense to 3 goals. Sadie Lynk continued her outstanding play in net and the entire team worked for the entire game=! Final Frontenac 2 NDSS 0.
  4. Baseball practice after school today.
  5. A sensational goal by Braden Bannon in the first half put the Junior boys soccer team in the lead against Bayridge. Further spectacular play in the second led to a fabulous goal by Ben White. Final: NDSS 2 Bayridge 0. Player oft the match was goalie Keegan Vallier.

 

News

  1. Good morning Hawks! It is Tuesday May 7th and your Teacher Tuesday Song bringing you to class this morning was “Blackbird” by the Beatles Chosen by Ms. Randall.
  2. Cafeteria specials are mac and cheese with garlic bread or grilled ham and cheese with fries
  3. The Heather Lynn Wells Memorial Education Award assists an individual who has faced adversity or challenge in their life, and ho has established a goal of post-secondary education. Application forms are available now and are due on May 31st. Pop by People place for more info and copies of the application.
  4. Resilience is defined as overcoming adversity while demonstrating personal strength, courage =, and the determination to succeed. The Mike Bossio MP Award for resilience – valued at $250.00 and presented at graduation – recognizes the achievements of students who have shown resilience in both personal and academic lives. The successful candidate will be pursuing post-secondary education, an apprenticeship or entering the workplace in the fall. Demonstrated financial need may also be a consideration. Applications are available now in People Place and are due on Friday May 24th.
  5. Lots of exciting items on the agenda this week grads! 1. Valedictorian Election in Homerooms (and People Place, if you font have one) on Wednesday morning! Be sure to be thinking about who you want to speak on your behalf at grad! 2. GRAD BREAKFAST on Thursday – period 2!! Think yummy pancakes, lots of info, photo booth shenanigans, yearbook signing, visiting and most importantly celebrating a hug milestone! REMEMBER , forms – including those for awar4ds and the very important grad info form are all due at breakfast… As well as the $30 grad fee cash only. 4. Charlotte Uens, Werke Poole and Sports Association scholarships are due to People Place on Friday – NO EXCEPTIONS!
  6. The Ontario Provincial Police Youth Foundation Bursary Awards are gifted to students in Ontario, graduating from high school to support their post-secondary endeavors. In order to be eligible, students must demonstrate financial need, academic ability and a plan for the future. Think you would qualify? Grab a copy of the application in People Place QUICK! The dead line to apply is May 17th.
  7. Yearbooks and signature booklets will be sold at the grad breakfast. Complete all your ordering and paying in one day. Yearbooks are $45 and signature booklets are $2. Great time to get signatures for your yearbook and insert them in September when you actually get your yearbook.
  8. Hey grads – the yearbook is looking for your baby picture…. Well actually we prefer toddler pictures but it is up to you! Whatever’s cutest. Bring your in at the grad breakfast to be scanned on the spot!

Wednesday

ANNOUNCEMENTS – MAY 8TH, 2019

 

 

Sports

  1. Intramural volleyball continues today! In gym one The French Kids play Hulk Smash with the Yeeters player the Spikers and the Crusaders playing the Branson Bunch in Gym2. Yellow Army is off this week.
  2. Frisbee Freaks – Practice at lunch today, newbies welcome! Sign up for the tournament with Ms. Randall by Thursday!
  3. Last night out Lady Hawks rugby program soiared to victory over Sydenham despite losing our home field advantage. With a final score of 38-17 it was a solid win for our girls! Olivia Fenwick ran up our score warly with three trys and tries from Lauran Sutton, JAsmina Dennis and Abby Gillan rounded out a decisive win for the Hawks! As di two beautiful coverts each from Cailyn Barton and Jasmina Dennis. Our junior program also ran some game time against Sydenham’s juniors and left with a well played tie game on the table thanks again to a try by Abby Gillan. Great work to all pour rugby girls!
  4. Baseball practice tomorrow at 2:30 in Gym 2.

 

 

News

  1. Good morning Hawks! It is Wednesday May 8th and your western Wednesday bringing you to class this morning was What Keeps You Up at Night by Dan + Shay.
  2. Cafeteria specials are fried rice with stir fry veggies or club wrap with fries.
  3. Attention: anyone interested in attending the Katarokwi Educatimay gathering on Thursday May 16th, come and see Ms. LeBlanc in A16. This event is free.
  4. The Mike Bossio MP Award for Resilience – Valued at $250.00 and presented at graduation – recognizes the achievements of students who have shown resilience in both personal and academic lives. Applications re available now in People place and are due Friday May 24th!
  5. Are you planning to do a summer school coop or online course to catch up, or get ahead in your credit count, please stop by People Place anytime to grab your summer session application.
  6. Yearbooks and signature booklets will be on sale at the Grad Breakfast. Don’t forget to bring in a toonie so you can get those valuable signatures now, to put into your yearbook in September. Yearbooks will be soild for $45.00. Also, you are invited to bring oin a photo of you as a toddler or baby. A page in the yearbook will showcase you when you were young. We need your pictures. Please bring them in tomorrow.
  7. The equal consideration deadline for dual credits is fast approaching=! This is an amazing FREE opportunity to test drive college life in the fall, while still being an NDSS student! If you are interested or curios stop by People Place TODAY so you don’t miss out. When the spots are gone they’re gone! Don’t miss your chance!
  8. Ggrad Breakfast tomorrow! Don’t forget to bring your forms and $30 grad fee tomorrow morning and we will see you for the celebration at the beginning of period 2! Remember, you will also be able to purchase and have time to write in your yearbook signature pages so pack an extra toonie.

Thursday

ANNOUNCEMENTS – THURSDAY APRIL 25TH, 2019

 

 

Sports

  1. The junior girls soccer team continued its strong play yesterday against LCVI. Goals were produced by Kennedy Zwiers who scored the fame winning goal early in the first half and Anna Baker who scored twice to ensure the victory. Merissa Reynolds and Jessie Brunner anchored the defensive unit that kept LCVI from getting many scores chances. Keep Sadie Lynk continued strong play earning another shut out, her second in a row after last weeks 0-0 tie against KCVI. Final score NDSS 3, LCVI 0. The teams great results so far this season are due to outstanding effort and tenacious defense by all team members. Come support the team on Monday when they play Lasalle at NDSS at 3:45.
  2. A hat trick was scored in the first half of the boys soccer game last night. Unfortunate it was by the crusader player. Our Hawks continue to improve as a team and work tiressly on the pitch. Player of the match was Ben White. Players are reminded to be at our field tomorrow by 4:45 for our next game!

 

 

News

  1. Cafeteria specials are popcorn chicken poutine or popcorn chicken rice and veggies
  2. Mamma Mia is looking for a new menu cover and they are making a contest out of it! Please see a Guidance Counsellor or Art Teacher for the details.
  3. We have some important announcements regarding the buy- in performance of “Get Your Act Together”: -Teachers: please excuse all cast and crew members form their period 1 classess at 9am so they can prepare for the performance. – Teachers and students: tickets will be delivered to the students who bought to them at the start of period 2. -Students: the performance begins at 10:15am. Please leave your cell phones, backpacks etc in your lockers. You are expected to go to your period 3 class after the performance.
  4. Just a reminder that the deadline to accept a college offer is fast approaching! Offers must be accepted in your OCAS account by May 1st. The process is easy… you just have to remember how to do it. Feel free to stoop by People Place to pick up the step by step instructions or ask for help if you need it. That’s May 1st deadline to accept college offers! Don’t Delay!
  5. Another new scholarship has arrived for our sports-minded grads – but it has a super quick turnaround. Check the scholarships counter for the Napanee Sports Association award TODAY!
  6. Dual credits offer senior or returning students the opportunity to earn a highschool credit while taking a course at St. Lawrence college. Applications for next September open on Tuesday April 23rd. Limited spaces are available in Development Psychology, Make-Up, Taste of the Trades, and police foundations. Pop by People Place to chat with a counsellor or pick up an application. You must be completed everything by May 10th!
  7. Resilience is defined as overcoming adversity while demonstrating personal strength, courage =, and the determination to succeed. The Mike Bossio MP Award for resilience – valued at $250.00 and presented at graduation – recognizes the achievements of students who have shown resilience in both personal and academic lives. The successful candidate will be pursuing post-secondary education, an apprenticeship or entering the workplace in the fall. Demonstrated financial need may also be a consideration. Applications are available now in People Place and are due on Friday May 24th.
  8. The IMPACT Zone us putting on their 2nd Open Mic Night. Come on down to the Napanee Area Community Health Centre at 26 Dundas St. West this Thursday, April 25th form 4-6pm for tons of fun. Come showcase some of your talents or simply just watch others showcase theirs. This is a free event and snacks will be provided as well as some transportation home.

Friday

ANNOUNCEMENTS – MAY 9TH, 2019

 

 

Sports

  1. Today is the day track and field athletes! We are having our mandatory meeting today in D18 at 12:30! Again, if you are hoping to compete next week you must attend. Yearbook photo will be taken as well!
  2. There will be a quick girls rugby meeting today at lunch in C5 to get ready for our game against Regi tonight! God luck lady Hawks you got this!
  3. Junior Boys soccer team played in a tournament yesterday. Played of the three matches were Jake Reid, Owen Googe and Ben White. Player of the tournament was goalie Scott Collard. Game today for the team at 3:45. Players are asked to meet in Gym 2 before going outside!
  4. Yesterday our senior girls soccer team played Ernestown. An amazing game was played by all but special shout outs to Sarah Higgs and Anna Baker for getting the goals that secured our victory. The ladies won 2-0. Wish them luck at their tournament today at LSS.

 

News

  1. Good morning Hawks! It is Friday May 10th and your fan vote Friday song chosen by our foloowers on Instagram bringing you to class this morning was Eastside by Benny Blanco, Halsey and Khalid.
  2. Cafeteria specials are parmesan chicken burger with fires or pasta.
  3. Charlotte Uens, Werk Poole and Sports Association scoloarships are all due TODAY in People Place. Please bring your completed apps by the end of the day!
  4. A huge thank you to everybody involved in the pulling off yesterdasy grad breakfast – from our pancake flippers, to our fruit choppers, to our decoraters, servers, receipt writers, dish washers, sound support technicians and everyone in between… it really is a family effort to create such a special memory! And we, and your class of 2019 grads appreciate it so much! If you forgot your $30 or any forms yesterday, we’ll happily still takt them today.. remember a $5 late fee applies to any grad fees paif after today – and as always if you need help with payment or need an extension, please stop by to talk to a counsellor or Michele Miller. If you still owe us 40 hours, please make sure you get on that big job asap… Your trip across the stage depends on it.. only 48 days away now grads!
  5. TODAY is the last day ofr equal consideration for Dual Credits… that means after today spots will only be available on a first- come first served basis. The most popular programs will be full after today… So if you are holding on to an application, bring it in to People Place ASAP and definitely be the end of the day! Dual credits are an amazing opportunity for a free taste of the college experience. Don’t miss out!
  6. Attention: anyone interested in attending the Katarokwi Educatimay gathering on Thursday May 16th, come and see Ms. LeBlanc in A16. This event is free.