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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

Announcements: Monday October 1st 2018

Clubs:
Concert band rehearsal tonight from 4:45-7pm in C14. see Mrs. Barstow for details .

Sports:
Gymnastics information meeting today (Monday Oct 1st) at the beginning of lunch in D11.

The cross country team competed in Brockville last Wednesday and demonstrated strong teamwork in the rain and humidity. Riley Deremo was 26th in the midget boys
race, Emma Granger was 17th and Madison Godard was 36th in the Girls junior race. Jonathan Tencate and Ben Caza completed the junior boys race 29th and 21st. The
senior boys ran hard with carter free coming in first, Cole Beebe 22nd and Ryan Baker 49th. Practice after school on Monday Oct 1st.

Senior Girls basketball tournament today (Monday Oct 1st) in gym 2. Come out to support our girls and bring your change for the canteen.

Cafe Specials:
The Cafeteria Specials for today are chicken parmesan with pasta and hot ham and cheese on a fresh baked kaiser with fries.

Grads Info:
Dalhousie… Mount Allison… St.Francis Xavier… St. Mary’s U… What do all of these universities have in common? They are all located in Canada's beautiful Atlantic
provinces! If you would like to hear about these, and more Eastern Canadian Universities, check out the Atlantic Universities fair, hosted by KCVI in kingston
TONIGHT, October 1st at 6:30 PM.

Others:
Happy Spirit week Hawks! You are looking mighty fine all decked out in your flannels today! Students’ Council and your newly elected Grade Reps will be around to count
spirit participation in homerooms today, and all week. Don;t forget to wear your red and white AND your toonies tomorrow, as we walk for one of Canada's greatest heroes-
Terry Fox. it's going to be a great week Hawks! Be sure to follow the StuCo Twitter and Instagram pages to stay in the know!

The Forum for Young Canadians is looking for youth interested in politics and who want to create positive change in their communities to participate in a civic education program on Parliament Hill. Interested? Pop by Peoples Place for contact Info.

Are you struggling in a class? Are you feeling behind in your work? Do you need a space to work where there is a teacher to ask for help? If yes, consider attending
Student Success Help on Wednesdays after school. Each Wednesday from 2:30-4:30 Student Success is open for students to work and ms. Myers is on hand to provide
support.

This is a reminder to any senior Arts or Transportation students who received a permission form to participate in the SHSm program- Please return your completed
forms to Mr. Barstow, Mr. Sindall, Mr.Brinkman, or to People Place as soon as possible. Forms will only be accepted until October 25th, thank you.

Tuesday

Announcements: Tuesday October 9th 2018

Sports:

Junior and Senior Girls Basketball Shooting practice at lunch today in Gym 2.

The cross country team travelled to kemptville last thursday, to complete in the Annual Turkey Trot. The team competed in a trifecta of weather challenges as rain, wind and then scorching humidity made the day a challenge. Shout outs go to Carter Free for winning the Sr. Boys race (and a turkey!), Ben Caza and John Ten cate for running up a division and completing in the Senior boys race, and Hannah Rooney for such a strong final kick in the Midget girls race! Practice after school today rain or shine.

Cafe Specials:

The Cafeteria specials for today are chicken fingers with rice and stir fry veggies and
Chicken salad on a fresh baked bun with fries.

Others:

Go ENG Girls is a FREE event providing an exciting opportunity for girls in Grades 7 through 11 across Ontario. Girls with an interest in the STEM fields, are invited to
Queen’s University Campus to learn from woman in the engineering profession and academics. This years, Go ENG girl is being held this weekend-saturday October 13th.
Are you interested? Pop by People Place for the registration.

If you would like an appointment with a Sexual Health Nurse, see Michele Miller or a People Place Counsellor.

Reminder: Youth programming starts tonight at the Napanee Area Community Health centre at 26 Dundas Street West. Everyone ages 13-18 welcome. The program will run from 3-6PM and is free of charge. Some transportation home available. Come have some fun and learn what will be happening. The program will continue to run every Tuesday and Thursday from 3-6PM from this point on. Like the Napanee area Community Health Centre Facebook page for more info.

It's socktober kick off week! Our Challenge is to collect 2000 NEW pairs of socks. It’s a colour house challenge. The winning house gets an extra team at the next assembly. Drop boxes are in People Place and there will be collection outside the cafe at lunch. Let’s sock this Hawks!

NDSS is going to the 75th Anniversary Celebration going to Amsterdam, Paris and London in May 2020. Please attend a meeting on Thursday the 11th at lunch in A16. If you cannot attend see Miss LeBlanc in the Geography office.

Birthdays:
Happy Birthday McG, Aka Mrs. McGowan! Have a fantastic day! 
Happy Belated Birthday to Kirsty Wood! She turned 18! Hope it was awesome!
Happy sweet sixteen to riley -Bird Lyman, a valuable soccer player on our soccer team heading to the nationals in may./ Hope you have a fantastic day Riley!

Wednesday

Announcements: Wednesday October 10th 2018

Clubs:
Ever get that science question you just can’t figure out? Well were here to help! Come down to B3 at lunch to get help from our NASA science and math tutors. All grades
welcome! Also if you just want to come and hang out with some cool kids. Have a great day and remember, better late than never, but never late is better!

Generation Empowered meeting today (Oct 10th) in A9 at 12:30.

Sports:
Cross country practice at lunch today (Oct 10th). Be ready to go at 12:30.

In basketball action last night, the Lady Hawks hosted the KCVi Blues. The Junior Hawks jumped out to a quick lead and played a strong first quarter but weren't able to
keep up with the depth of the Blues. Merissa Reynolds, Payton Barkley, and Leah Carscallen shared top scoring honours. The senior Hawks literally threw away a chance
at a win with turnovers and missed layups. The girls put forward a good effort to try to catch up but were not able to overcome their miscues. Abby Jacklin earned top scoring
honours with 12 points, all in the second half. Practice tonight in Gym 2 (Oct 10th) . Games oct 11th against Ernestown.

Cafe Specials:
The Cafeteria specials for today are, chicken parmesan with pasta and marinara sauce and Chicken fingers caesar salad. The breakfast special for today is a cheese omelette
with toast and fruit.

Grads Info:
Trent University is a liberal arts and science school in the very best sense. It offers undergraduate students a solid base in programs such as business, the environment,
education, as well as a diverse portfolio of science degrees, including nursing. Many classes have fewer than 30 students. All this to offer and less than 2 hours away! Come to A1 at 9:45 on Friday Oct 12th to find out more!
Schulich Leader Scholarships are prestigious entrance scholarships that recognize students from across Canada who are pursuing a degree in the STEM field from a
partner university. Each highschool from across the county may nominate one student from their graduating class. Nominees must be among the top STEM students at the
school, and must also exemplify one of the following qualities- leadership or financial need. If you would like to be considered for the NDSS Schulich Leader nomination,
please speak to Mrs. Kelsey for further information.

Others:

Wonderland! Come ride and be haunted on Friday Oct. 26th- Forms due ASAP over 200 out! Don’t lose your spot!

NDSS is going to the 75th Anniversary Celebration going to Amsterdam, Paris and London in May 2020. Please attend a meeting on Thursday the 11th at lunch in A16. If
you cannot attend see Miss LeBlanc in the Geography office.

It's socktober kick off week! Our Challenge is to collect 2000 NEW pairs of socks. It’s a colour house challenge. The winning house gets an extra team at the next assembly. Drop boxes are in People Place and there will be collection outside the cafe at lunch. Let’s sock this Hawks!

The Camden east Daycare centre is looking for students to help assist with daily activities, cleaning and other simple tasks. This position is volunteer, help is needed from 3-5pm daily, this is a fabulous way to earn your hours and have some fun! Contact info can be found in People Place.

This is a reminder to any senior Arts or Transportation students who received a permission form to participate in the SHSM program- please return your completed
forms to Mr. Barstow, Mr.Sindall, Mr. Brinkman, or to People Place as soon as possible. Forms due by October 25th.

The Napanee Library is hosting a Halloween Dance Party and you are invited! Drop in on Thursday October 25th from 6-8PM for a spooky fun time. Be prepared to dance, eat some snacks and have a great time! Come dressed in your best costume for a chance to win a prize. This program is free so bring your friends. Hope to see you there! For more info visit People Place.

Thursday

Announcements: Thursday October 10th 2018

Sports:
What a team of class yesterday (Oct 9th) at the KCVI frisbee tourney! Looking sharp in the tuxedo shirts and showing stellar spirit- even in the face of unspirited opponents. Frisbee freaks you are the upper class even when we lose! Here to spring league, thanks to miller for coaching with us yesterday!

Cross country practice after school today (Oct 11th) be ready to go at 2:30. Please eat prior to practice.

Cafe Specials:
The Cafeteria specials for today are chicken quesadilla or club wrap with fries

Grads info :
The “Study and Go Abroad Fair” is Canada’s largest international university and student travel expo. This Free expo offers students a unique opportunity to learn about
undergraduate, postgraduate degrees and certificate and diploma programs from all around the world. The expo also includes a student travel zone, showcasing organizations offering internships, volunteer programs, work abroad, and language travel. There are dates for this expo coming up in Ottawa on Saturday, October 13th and in Toronto on Sunday October 14th. Pop by people place for details!

Other:
NDSS is going to the 75th Anniversary Celebration going to Amsterdam, Paris and London in May 2020. Please attend a meeting on Thursday the 11th at lunch in A16. If you cannot attend see Miss LeBlanc in the Geography office.

Go ENG Girls is a FREE event providing an exciting opportunity for girls in Grades 7 through 11 across Ontario. Girls with an interest in the STEM fields, are invited to
Queen’s University Campus to learn from woman in the engineering profession and academics. This years, Go ENG girl is being held this weekend-saturday October 13th.
Are you interested? Pop by People Place for the registration.

Reminder: Youth programming starts tonight at the Napanee Area Community Health centre at 26 Dundas Street West. Everyone ages 13-18 welcome. The program will run from 3-6PM and is free of charge. Some transportation home available. Come have some fun and learn what will be happening. The program will continue to run every Tuesday and Thursday from 3-6PM from this point on. Like the Napanee area Community Health Centre Facebook page for more info.

Socktober! Staff is still in the lead, yellow house is bringing their game. White and blue are starting to move the ball. But since green house is STILL not on the board, Mr.
Stewart has extended the challenge to Ms. McGowan’s homeroom class. And well. We all know how those math teacher can count! Good luck grade nines! P.S Crazy sock
day is tomorrow! 

Only 20 spots left on the bus to Haunted Wonderland! Get you seat reserved this week full payment due the week of the trip. Get a seat so you don’t boo hoo! 

Are you a Senior student with a talent in woodworking? So you still need your volunteer hours? A local resident is looking for two students to help him set-up his woodshop. He estimates it will take about 10 hours, and he is flexible with timing. Interested? Pop by People Place for contact info!

Friday

Announcements: Friday October 12th 2018

Sports:
Please excuse Jr football players at 1:30 today for their game at Ernestown, Bus leaves at 2:25 Attendance will be checked before players get on the bus, Thanks, Mr. Sindall.

In basketball action last night, the Junior Hawks travelled to Ernestown to face off against the Eagles. A slow start for both teams resulted in an 8-8 tie at halftime. Our offense came alive with 20 points in the third quarter to jump out to a 28-16 lead after three. Despite a scare in the fourth quarter, we finished strong to win the game 42-28. Top scorer goes to Samantha Smith with 20 points. Great hustle and effort by our
defense! Congrats on a well-earned win.

In a battle against Ernestown last night. The senior girls literally did not throw away the game! They worked hard to defeat their rivals with a tough full court press that was unbreakable. A special shoutout to Macey Bailey for being top scorer and to Lyric
Barkley and Jasmina Dennis for their countless steals. Congrats to the entire team on their hard work to maintain the lead until the end earning the score at 32-18.

Cafe Specials:
The Cafeteira specials for today are Chicken Nuggets with fries.

Grads Info:
Trent University is a liberal arts and science school in the very best sense. It offers undergraduate students a solid base in programs such as business, the environment, education, indigenous studies, as well as a diverse portfolio of science degrees, including nursing. Many classes have a fewer than 30 students. All of this to offer and less than two hours away! Sound like the spot for you? Come to A1 at 9:45 today to find out more!

Others:
Do you have a spare period 4? Need volunteer hours? Can you help set up the Good Food stand once a month on Wednesdays? See Mrs. McGowan for more info!

Yay Hawks! We have passed the 200 mark!!! Sadly the staff are still in the lead, Yellow house following closely behind with 75 pairs. Greenhouse, the biggest house, is just barley on the charts at 3 lone pairs. So while your parents are shopping this weekend
get them to grab a pair or two for your colour house! Happy Crazy sock day, Hawks for Socks!

Only 20 spots left on the bus to Haunted Wonderland! Get you seat reserved this week full payment due the week of the trip. Get a seat so you don’t boo hoo!

Birthdays:
Happy Birthday Kaitlynn from Syd.