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MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday March 13th DAY 1

Thank you to all participants of our annual 24 Hour Fast.  This year, over $2000 in pledges were raised to support our mission work in the Dominican Republic.  Thank you also to Savanna Brown and Hanna Curry, our pastoral ministers for their time helping to organize the event and to several senior students for assisting them and facilitating activities.  Thank you also to many staff members who assisted with supervision, serving the pot luck meal and clean up of the student lounge.  

Have you purchased a Yearbook yet? They are on Sale on School Cash Online.  The cost is $50 each. There is a limited supply. Don’t be disappointed. Get one before they are gone.

Thursday, March 12, 2020 DAY 2

Will the students and chaperones that were planning on travelling to Europe this March Break please meet in town square at the beginning of lunch.

The Junior Boys Basketball Team is invited to Room 221 at lunch today for a pizza lunch.

The media Room will be open today for media students to complete assignments and for the Yearbook Team to finish up Spreads.

Have you purchased a Yearbook yet? They are on Sale on School Cash Online. 

The cost is $50 each. There is a limited supply. Don’t be disappointed. Get one before they are gone. 

Wednesday, March 11, 2020 Day 1

Yearbooks are on Sale on School Cash Online.  

The cost is $50 each. This is pre-sale. There is a limited supply. It is first come, first serve. 

Once they are all sold we will not be able to order anymore. Don’t be disappointed. Buy early!

At 9:20 please excuse Jesse Huot, Tate McIntyre, Lorne Lewis, Matthew Robitaille and Joe Leyte to go to Reach for the Top. 

Will the following students please see Mr. O’Connor in the Study Hall immediately after announcements this morning; Evan Buch, Shay Kluke, Bryce Pichette, Rylie Valliquette, Kelttie Moore, Tyler Farrell, Ethen Miller, and Will Herrick.

The 24 Hour Fast begins today after lunch.  Students participating in the Fast are asked to meet in the Town Square today at 3:30 p.m.  

Congratulations goes out to the Varsity Boys Hockey team who are – for the third year in a row – EOSSAA Champions!!! The boys played their best of hockey of the season and went undefeated in the playdowns. In their first game, they defeated the 1st seed, St. Michael’s Catholic High School, by a score of 3-0. Goal scorers were Jake Pianosi, Cohen Dunn and Nate Leduc. In their second game, they beat St. Joseph’s from Cornwall, by a score of 4-2. Nate Leduc led the way with a pair, while Reid Greer and Jake Pianosi each potted singles. In the championship game, the Jaguars fell behind Napanee in the first period but Nate Leduc equalized the score in the second. The team pushed their opponents with an aggressive forecheck and solid defensive play throughout the third period. The Jaguars found themselves shorthanded in the last 2 minutes of regulation time but were able to hold off their opponents attack. About a minute into overtime, Gus Duchene scored the “golden goal” with assists going to Nate Leduc and Reid Greer. Tyson Johnston was solid in nets and earned all three wins. The boys are off to OFSAA in St. Catherines after the March Break. Congratulations and best of luck representing our school! Go Jags Go!

Would Delaney Gray please see Miss Afelskie in Room 221 immediately after these announcements.

The media room (Room 221) is open today at lunch for Yearbook Club members and media class students to finish up spreads and assignments!

The junior boys basketball team pizza lunch tomorrow in Rm 221.

Monday, March 9th DAY 1

Soup’s On for CPAN

Tuesday, March 10th  in the caf at lunch

  • Do you think you have what it takes to win the soup cook off?
  • We are inviting 20 participants (staff or students) to make their best bowl of soup to participate in our first annual Soup for CPAN
  • Sign up on the student lounge window and bring in your soup in a slow cooker, Tuesday, March 10th.
  • If you bring a pot of soup, you eat for free
  • Don’t have what it takes to participate, that’s ok, you can come to taste the great soup.  For only $5, you can taste up to 5 different soups and cast your vote.
  • Come to the cafeteria at lunch to taste some great soup!
  • All proceeds to support our CPAN campaign..

Yearbooks are on Sale on School Cash Online today! 

The cost is $50 each. This is pre-sale. There is a limited supply. It is first come, first serve. 

Once they are all sold we will not be able to order anymore. Don’t be disappointed. Buy early!

Will Alex Carroll, Logan Keller, Cory Murphy, Ryan Buch, Donald Arsenault, and Aiden Smiley please see Mr. O’Connor in the Study Hall immediately after announcements this morning.

There will be a Yearbook Club meeting today at Lunch. All members are asked to attend so we can finish up a few of the last pages.  Meet in Room 221. 

There is a mandatory Varsity Boys meeting at the beginning of lunch in Room 116. See you there… bring your lunch.

Attention all students.  Student Services have had the opportunity to go through course selection with most of the students from grade 8 to returning grade 12s.  If you have not completed course selection with Mrs Pender or Mr. Valliquette, please stop in and see them in student services this week.  All selections will be saved on April 1st.

Forms for the 24 Hour Fast are due tomorrow.  The fast begins on Wednesday afternoon. Permission forms and pledge sheets are available on the wall outside the chaplaincy office.

Friday, March 6th 2020 DAY 2

Miss MacDonald’s Period 2 and 3 classes will be in Portable 5 today

Soup’s On for CPAN

Tuesday, March 10th  in the caf at lunch

  • Do you think you have what it takes to win the soup cook off?
  • We are inviting 20 participants (staff or students) to make their best bowl of soup to participate in our first annual Soup for CPAN
  • Sign up on the student lounge window and bring in your soup in a slow cooker, Tuesday, March 10th.
  • If you bring a pot of soup, you eat for free
  • Don’t have what it takes to participate, that’s ok, you can come to taste the great soup.  For only $5, you can taste up to 5 different soups and cast your vote.
  • Come to the cafeteria at lunch to taste some great soup!
  • All proceeds to support our CPAN campaign..

The dates for the 24 Hour Fast have had to be changed to next Wednesday and Thursday March 11th to 12th.  Updated permission forms are available on the wall outside the Chaplaincy office door.

Yearbooks will go on Sale on Monday, March 9th on School Cash Online. 

The cost is $50 each. This is pre-sale. There is a limited supply. It is first come, first serve. 

Once they are all sold we will not be able to order anymore. Don’t be disappointed. Buy early!

Will Ryan Buch, Donald Arsenault, and Aiden Smiley please see Mr. O’Connor in the Study Hall immediately after announcements this morning.

There will be a Europe trip meeting in 102 at the beginning of lunch

There will be a brief Junior Girls volleyball team meeting immediately following announcement outside room 102.

Will Ben Searson, Delaney Gray and Kyle Webster please see Miss Afelskie in Room 221 immediately after these announcements.

The IMPROV team has a mandatory meeting at lunch today on the stage.

Wednesday, March 4th DAY 2

Soup’s On for CPAN

Tuesday, March 10th  in the caf at lunch

  • Do you think you have what it takes to win the soup cook off?
  • We are inviting 20 participants (staff or students) to make their best bowl of soup to participate in our first annual Soup for CPAN
  • Sign up on the student lounge window and bring in your soup in a slow cooker, Tuesday, March 10th.
  • If you bring a pot of soup, you eat for free
  • Don’t have what it takes to participate, that’s ok, you can come to taste all the great soup.  For only $5, you can taste up to 5 different soups and cast your vote.
  • Come to the cafeteria at lunch to taste some great soup!
  • All proceeds to support our CPAN campaign..

The dates for the 24 Hour Fast have had to be changed to next Wednesday and Thursday March 11th to 12th.  Updated permission forms are available on the wall outside the Chaplaincy office door.

The Junior Girls Volleyball team travelled to Brockville yesterday to compete at EOSSA. They faced a tough opponent for their first match and played extremely well making it difficult for St. Mary’s, but unfortunately they lost 2 straight. They then faced Granite Ridge for their second match in their pool and took two straight fairly easily. This put them in the semi-final against Rideau. They gave them a good run playing solid of defence and putting up some great hits and blocks but just couldn’t get a win against the skilled team. They should all be extremely proud of themselves for making it to a semi-final at EOSSA. Great job girls! 

Would Daniel Cassanto please see Miss Afelskie in RM 221 immediately after these announcements.

Tuesday, March 3rd 2020 DAY 1

Soup’s On for CPAN

Tuesday, March 10th  in the cafeteria at lunch

  • Do you think you have what it takes to win the soup cook off?
  • We are inviting 20 participants (staff or students) to make their best bowl of soup to participate in our first annual Soup for CPAN
  • Sign up on the student lounge window and bring in your soup in a slow cooker, Tuesday, March 10th.
  • If you bring a pot of soup, you eat for free
  • Don’t have what it takes to participate, that’s ok, you can come to taste all the great soup.  For only $5, you can taste up to 5 different soups and cast your vote.
  • Come to the cafeteria at lunch to taste some great soup!
  • All proceeds to support our CPAN campaign..

The dates for the 24 Hour Fast have had to be changed to next Wednesday and Thursday March 11th to 12th.  Updated permission forms are available on the wall outside the Chaplaincy office door.

Would Ben Searson, Kyle Webster and Delaney Gray please come to RM 221 immediately after announcements for a brief meeting.

Congratulations goes out to two Jaguars who were drafted last night in the CCHL Bantam Protection Draft in Nepean. Tal Stevenson was selected by the new, local Jr. A team, the Renfrew Wolves, while Ben Warren was picked up by the Pembroke Lumber Kings. We wish you the best in your future hockey endeavours. St. Joe’s is proud of your accomplishments!

Monday March 2, 2020 DAY 2

The dates for the 24 Hour Fast have had to be changed to next Wednesday and Thursday March 11th to 12th.  Updated permission forms are available on the wall outside the Chaplaincy office door. 

Junior girls volleyball team please meet immediately following announcements outside room 102.

Would Ryan Kelusky and Isaac Peer please come to the office after announcements. 

Improv meets today at lunch in order to prepare for our Regional tournament this coming Saturday. Please meet on the stage. 

Would the Yearbook club please come to Room 221 immediately after these announcements for a brief meeting. 

Friday February 28th DAY 1

Our Annual 24 Hour Fast will be next Thursday and Friday, March 5 and 6th.  The pledges collected this year will be donated to support families in need in the Dominican Republic through our ongoing mission work.  Pledge sheets and permission forms are available outside the Chaplaincy office door in Student Services. 

The sign up sheet for Reach for the Top Junior is on the Student Lounge window. Practices will start March 12 and be on every Thursday at lunch in Miss Mac’s portable.

Will the following students please Mr. O’Connor in the Study Hall immediately after announcements this morning; Ethan Brownlee, Trevon Edwards, Kaleb Harmer, Emma Kealey, Lexi Leuders, Sierra Peori, Ashton Sigouin, and Emily Tracey.

Prom Committee Meeting today at lunch in the Conference Centre

The Junior Boys Basketball team is reminded to return their uniforms to Mr. Valliquette As Soon As Possible!

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