We acknowledge that we are in Mi’kma’ki, which is the traditional ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq people.
From Mr. Lewis:
October is Mi’kmaq History Month. The purpose is to promote public awareness about the Mi’kmaq culture and heritage to the people of Nova Scotia. Take a look around the school to see the Mi'kmaq History Month poster.
Student Picture Retakes are TODAY!
From Ms. Hann:
Pop choir rehearsal at 12:10pm Wednesday. All welcome.
From Mr. Fraser:
Tuesday - Lunch - Grade 9 Band Rehearsal
Wednesday - Lunch - Jazz Band Rehearsal
Thursday - Lunch - Grade 8 Band Rehearsal and - After school - Celtic Band Rehearsal
Friday - lunch - Grade 7 Band Rehearsal
AND our first school dance will be on Thursday, October 17, 6:30 to 9pm. Tickets are on sale in the gym -- $5 in advance; $6 at the door.
From Mr. Leek – The Tuesday Drum:
Peoples of African descent are a vibrant part of Nova Scotia’s past, these individuals made Nova Scotia home and contributed to the fabric and success of today’s province. Nova Scotia can be said to be the birth place of Black Culture and heritage in Canada, boasting the largest indigenous Black community in Canada.
From Mme Boudreau:
TODAY there is a Weact meeting at 12:10 in room 215 for all those going to WEDay, which is tomorrow.
From Mrs. Tingley:
A list has been posted outside the gym indicating those who have been invited to the 3rd boys' volleyball tryout. If your name is on this list, you are asked to come on Thursday from 3-4:30 for the final tryout. Please let Mme Tingley know if you can't make it. Thanks to all who tried out!
From Mr. Carruthers:
The girls’ volleyball sign-up list is outside the gym.
Friday, October 18th 3:30-5:00
Tuesday, October 22nd 4:30-6:00