There will be a very important meeting today at 11:45 am in room 136 for any students interested in being a server at prom.
This is just a reminder for anyone attending prom who has not picked up or handed in their prom contract, that the deadline is Tues, May 31st. Please go to the Guidance office for this.
All Boys Baseball players please hand in washed jerseys by next Wednesday to Mr. Saito or Mr. Hunt. If not in by Wednesday, uniform deposit cheque will be cashed.
Sr. Girls Soccer:
The Sr. Girls Soccer team need to return their jerseys by June 1st or deposit cheques will be cashed.
Trip to Fleming College and Trent University:
Attention to all Grade 10 students. There is a trip going to the campuses of Trent University and Fleming College on Thursday, June 2. The trip will be of the two campuses and of the residences and the Trades building at Fleming! Forms are available from Mrs. Murray and signed forms need to be handed back to Mrs. Murray ASAP. The trip will be from 8:30-3:00 and there is NO cost to you because Trent and Fleming are paying for the bus. Don't miss out on this great opportunity. Get your signed form in now as seats are on a first come, first serve basis.
Big Bad Play:
Due to feeder school presentations of Big Bad in the cafeteria, lunchtime bells may be shut off, depending on the play's conclusion time. Apologies for the inconvenience.
Jr. Girls Soccer:
All Jr. Girls Soccer players who have returned their jerseys should see Madame Rose for their deposit cheques.
Grade 9 Practice Literacy Test Results:
The results for the grade nine practice literacy test was sent home yesterday, Wed. May 18th. Please read the comments and suggestions of ways to improve test results. There are practice tests available online through EQAO, as outlined on the back of the note that was sent home. Please note that EQAO just released information regarding the on-line test, which will be administered in October and March of next school year. Parents/guardians are asked to return the bottom portion of the note, to homeroom teachers, by Friday May 27th.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Noble at 705-653-3060 ext 406.
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