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MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday October 18th DAY 1

Games club:  The diplomacy moves can be handed in tomorrow at lunch hour in room 302.

Members of the Dominican Republic Team are asked to come to the Chaplaincy Office for a brief meeting after announcements today.  

The junior girls lost a tough match last night 40-20 against Opeongo.  They were able to take advantage of second chance points and put on a tough press.  We will regroup as we head to Kingston for a big tournament this weekend. Please excuse the girls at 10:30 today for departure.

The senior girls also lost a tough match to Opeongo last night. The Senior team will be traveling to Kingston today to compete in a tournament. Please excuse the girls at 8:30am.

Students who have paid their Student Activity Fee can see Miss Yutronkie to pick up their Student Card in the Office.  Also, any students who had ordered School Photos online can also pick up their photos in Miss Yutronkie’s Office.  

There will be a brief meeting for the Grade 8 Cross country team immediately following announcements in room 113.

The next two Varsity Boys Hockey Tryouts will take place on Monday, October 21 from 3 – 4:30 and Tuesday, October 22 from 3 – 4. Please let a coach know if you are unable to attend.

Will the following students please see Mr O’Connor in the Study Hall immediately after announcements this morning; Abby Lavigne, Brady Charbonneau, Marcel Baron, Shaymus Coyne, Jade Meagher, Darwyn Timm, Esther Narraway, and Sakura Lavallie.

Come to the spirit spot at lunch to buy your jack-o-gram.  Another fundraiser for CPAN!

And thanks again to everyone who supported the Chili Cook-Off by bringing in a pot of chili or coming out and tasting them.   First place went to Mr. Lennox, second place to Jesse Huot and 3rd place to Mme Schneider.  

Jazz Band is reminded to turn in their fundraising tickets today as the draw begins tomorrow.

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Thursday, October 17th DAY 2

Chili Cook-Off is on!  Come to the cafeteria at lunch today to taste some chili and cast your vote!  $5 and all proceeds are going to our CPAN campaign.

The Turkey Bowl is postponed until next Wednesday, October 23rd.  You still have time to bring in your loonie or toonie to your period 1 teachers.  Let’s help kick off our CPAN campaign!

The Senior Boys Volleyball Team wish to thank staff and students for their support at the

Volleyball game yesterday.  St. Joe’s defeated Calvary Christian High School from Smith Falls 3 games to 1.  Today, both the junior and senior boys’ volleyball teams play Bishop Smith in Pembroke.  Good luck Boys. 

A Reminder for all Students – please ensure that you are completing and submitting all major assessments to your teachers by their arranged deadlines.  If you are having difficulty meeting these deadlines, please take advantage of the opportunities in the Study Hall, advocate for yourself with your teaches and develop a strategy, or come to 113 and ask Mr O’Connor to speak with your teachers for you.  Report card season is fast approaching, so having all major assessments turned in will allow your teachers to accurately evaluate your midterm progress.

Will the following students please see Mr O’Connor in the Study Hall immediately after announcements this morning; Andy He, Kaysar Lafanot, Colby Nicholls, Logan Connaughan, Courtney Baird, and Rowyn Rosenblath.

Any grade 11 or 12 students interested in meeting a representative from the Canadian Coast Guard College, please sign up in student services today.  The presentation will be Friday at 10:30.

Please excuse the junior girls basketball team today at 1:45 to go to Opeongo High School.

There will be art club today at lunch in the art room.  

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 DAY 1

We are experiencing Maplewood issues today. Please send down attendance to the office until further notice. 

Will the following students please see Mr O’Connor in the Study Hall immediately after announcements this morning; Grace Kudla, Nadia Essiambre, Jayden O’Brien, Darwyn Timm, Morgan Sarsfield, Rylie Moore, Sarah Mayotte, Stephanie Laroque, Tiara Guyea, Mackenzie Earle, Bryce Pichette, Marcel Baron, Brady Charbonneau, and Evan Buch.

A Reminder for all Students – please ensure that you are completing and submitting all major assessments to your teachers by their arranged deadlines.  If you are having difficulty meeting these deadlines, please take advantage of the opportunities in the Study Hall, advocate for yourself with your teaches and develop a strategy, or come to 113 and ask Mr O’Connor to speak with your teachers for you.  Report card season is fast approaching, so having all major assessments turned in will allow your teachers to accurately evaluate your midterm progress.

Reminder of the grade 8 boys volleyball practice at the start of lunch today.

Please excuse the senior boys volleyball team at 12:50 today for their game in the Jag Den.

Any grade 11 or 12 students interested in meeting a representative from the Canadian Coast Guard College, please sign up in student services.  The presentation will be Friday at 10:30.

PERIOD 1 TEACHERS:

-Please collect a loonie or toonie from your students for TURKEY BOWL is rescheduled to this Friday, October 18th!  Then come out in the afternoon to watch the grade 8 flag football team play the teachers! All money raised to support our CPAN campaign!

The chili cook-off will still be tomorrow!  Thursday, October 17th.  At lunch, come and taste some chili!  It’s our second annual chili cook-off!   Want to cast your vote for the best pot of chili??  For $5 you can taste a few different chili and cast your vote! 

There will be a short Varsity Boys Hockey meeting at the beginning of lunch today in preparation for tonight’s try-out. Please come to Rm 313 and sign up.

Could the grade 8 flag football team please come meet Emily Saumure and Ben Whittington in town square right after announcements?

There will be a meeting for the high school cross country team immediately following announcements in room 113. All runners in grades 10 -12 must attend.

The Senior girls basketball team hosted RCI last night. The opposing team pressured our ladies right from the beginning. Our girls played a strong defensive game but just couldn’t sink enough baskets to win. Final score was 50-34 for RCI. Leading the jags offensively were Payton McGregor and Faith Guyea, each with 10 points. The team will be traveling to play Opeongo tomorrow after school. Practice at lunch today.

The junior girls basketball team put forth a very strong effort last night against RCI, winning 49-18.  It was a combined strong offensive attack and a stifling defense that helped get a lead in the early part of the game and we held on the whole way.  Great job girls. Practice tonight early, after the volleyball game. Mr. Valliquette would like to give a shout out to the senior girls team for the showing of support last night with their fancy socks and face paint!

Our annual COFFEE HOUSE is coming up on Thursday, November 21. Anyone interested in performing or volunteering (or both!) are invited to sign up on the student lounge windows. This event is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate our school’s many musical talents and celebrate the arts!

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