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MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, January 16 DAY 1

 

The Renfrew Canadian Legion will be holding a Babysitting Course on Friday Feb. 1st

Details are available on the Main Office bulletin board.

Wishing Ms. Sheilds a very Happy Birthday today!!!!

Attention Staff and Students – The Study Hall will be closed all day on Wednesday, January 16th. Please plan accordingly.   Any students assigned to the Study Hall for class time are asked to report to the Student Lounge and work for these periods.  Sorry for any convenience.

Literacy workshops on short writing tasks and open response will take place today at lunch in the study hall. Please check your email to see if you should be attending. Everyone in grade 10 and those who are second time writers are welcome to attend.

Any students in Grade 9, 10 or 11 interested in writing the University of Waterloo Math contest should sign-up with Mrs. Richards in room 312 no later than Friday January 18th. The cost to write the contest is $5. This is a multiple choice style contest and will be written on February 26th.

There is a play practice after school today for all cast members in Room 322.  Please remember to get your late taxi slips.

Last night the Senior Girls volleyball team lost a very close game against Mackenzie, finishing the third set with a loss of 27-25. A reminder for the girls that the fee for our tournament at Durham College is now on School Cash Online.

There is a student council meeting today at lunch in room 216.  All are welcome.

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Tuesday January 15th Day 2

Any students in Grade 9, 10 or 11 interested in writing the University of Waterloo Math contest should sign-up with Mrs. Richards in room 312 no later than Friday January 18th. The cost to write the contest is $5. This is a multiple choice style contest and will be written on February 26th.

Senior girls volleyball practice today at lunch! Also please excuse the Senior girls volleyball team today at 2:00 as they prepare for their game against Mackenzie.

Literacy workshops on short writing tasks and open response will take place today at lunch in the study hall. Please check your email to see if you should be attending. Everyone in grade 10 and those who are second time writers are welcome to attend.

Cell Phones in Study Hall – staff and students are reminded that cell phones are no longer allowed/required in the study hall for any reason.  Students leaving classes to come and work or write tests in 113 are asked to leave their phones in their regular classroom, leave their phones in their lockers, or check their phones at the door in the Study Hall.

Will the following students please see Mr. O’Connor immediately after announcements in 113; Dylan Coady, Madie Joanette, Michael Culligan, Thomas Powell, Tyleena Coulterman, Olivia Dedo, Jack McKinlay, and Gemma Gerritse.

Attention Staff and Students – The Study Hall will be closed all day on Wednesday, January 16th. Please plan accordingly.   Sorry for any convenience.

Monday, January 14th DAY 1

Literacy workshops will take place again this week. The first session on Short Writing Tasks and Open Response will take place tomorrow at lunch in the Study Hall. The same topic will be reviewed for the rest of the week. All grade 10 students should check their email to see if they should attend based on their result of the practice literacy test. Please see Mr. Halk tomorrow if you have any concerns.

The following is a wish list from the our friends in the DR that work in the schools and clinic that we support. All of these items do not need to be new, but should be clean and gently used.

  • towels (face cloths, hand towels or bath towels)
  • bed sheets (fitted and flat – any size)
  • hats
  • blue dress shirts
  • khaki pants for school uniforms

If you have anything to donate, please see Miss Afelskie or Miss MacDonald with any of these much appreciated donations.

 

A huge congratulations to our very own Jaguar, Thomas Cherney for scoring one of the lead roles as Prince Christopher in Two Rivers Musical Production of Cinderella! Jaguar alumni Mrs. Mary Ellen Vice has also been cast as the Fairy Godmother! The performances will be from  May 30th to June 2nd at Arnprior District High School!

Could Ben Whittington please come to room 221 following announcements.

Any students in Grade 9, 10 or 11 interested in writing the University of Waterloo Math contest should sign-up with Mrs. Richards in room 312 no later than Friday January 18th. The cost to write the contest is $5. This is a multiple choice style contest and will be written on February 26th

The Senior Girls volleyball team had a busy week, last week. On Thursday they went up against Jean Lajoie losing a hard fought battle with their games ending in scores of 25-19, 26-24 and 25-19. They then went up against our town rivals RCI and took them to 5 games, this time coming out on the winning side. They finished the day against the #1 ranked team; Fellowes. The girls lost the game after three great sets. On Friday the girls were at it again bright and early as we travelled to Brockville for a tournament. St. Joe’s beat every team in our division in at least one set coming, out of our pool in 2nd place. We headed to the semi finals where we took the first game but ended up losing the next two to Russell missing out on our shot in the finals.  Miss Enright and Mr. Dobson are extremely proud of these girls and are very excited for playoffs! Practice tonight after school late.

Cell Phones in Study Hall – staff and students are reminded that cell phones are no longer allowed/required in the study hall for any reason.  Students leaving classes to come and work or write tests in 113 are asked to leave their phones in their regular classroom, leave their phones in their lockers, or check their phones at the door in the Study Hall.

Will the following students please see Mr. O’Connor immediately after announcements in 113; Victoria Wainmann, Grace Murdoch, Ethan Joudrey, Zowie Mori-Hunter, Hailey Murray, and Dylan Dedo.

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