Friday, May 26, 2017 Day 6

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, May 26th, 2017 Day 6

 PARENT INFORMATION MEETING  FOR INCOMING GRADE 7 PARENTS/STUDENTS – TUESDAY, MAY 30TH IN THE CAFETERIA 7:00PM.

 INCOMING GRADE 7 STUDENTS  ORIENTATION DAY – FRIDAY, JUNE 2NDNO SCHOOL FOR OUR PRESENT GRADE 7 STUDENTS

 PLEASE DO NOT CLIMB ON THE SOCCER NETS AT ANYTIME – THIS IS A SAFETY ISSUE!!!

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS WHEN LEAVING SCHOOL PROPERTY –  THERE IS CONSTRUCTION AT THE CORNER – PLEASE STAY ON THE SIDEWALKS AND PAY ATTENTION TO THE FLAG PERSON.

 SEMI DANCE , Thursday, June 8th –  This is the GRADE 9 SEMI (grade 8 students may attend).  Grade 7’s attending with grade 9’s and people from outside the school are asked to leave at 8:00pm. JUST TO CLARIFY, GRADE 7’S CAN ONLY ATTEND THE SEMI WITH GRADE 9 STUDENTS.  GRADE 9 STUDENTS CAN BRING SOMEONE FROM OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL – THESE STUDENTS MUST BE SIGNED IN ON THE LIST AT THE OFFICE PRIOR TO SEMI.  Pictures begin at 6:00 – 7:00pm (pictures will be outside weather permitting).  The dance starts at 7:00pm.

SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

BOYS BASEBALL – Game today in Kensington at 4:30 weather permitting! As well, boys will play double header vs Montague and Stonepark tomorrow at Terry Fox Complex (10 and 12:30). 4:30 -EWS vs. Kensington @ Kensington Field.

 ATHLETICS:

A reminder that Athletic Fees are officially overdue. Flag football, softball, and baseball are all $10.00 track and field is $5.00.  These charges cover officials only for team sports and bussing to UPEI for the track and field team.

INTRAMURAL EXTRAVAGANZA: Students invited to take part are asked to return their permission slip and $15 to Ms. Sanderson by today. The event is scheduled for Monday, June 12th.

TRACK & FIELD: Practice Monday at Bluefield, 3:30-4:30 pm. Take Bus #153 at dismissal.

A GIRLS FLAG FOOTBALL: Practice in the gym today 3:15-4:30 pm. Game Monday versus Birchwood at 3:40 pm. Please see one of your coaches today to confirm if you will be there or not.

Congratulations to the girls AA Flag Football winning against Queen Charlotte.  Touch downs were scored by Makayla Vos and Anna MacAleer.  Great defensive play by Kali Smith and Louissa McMurrer scoring a combine 3 interceptions.  Thank you to Jillian Sanford and Sarah MacEachern for helping us you were a great addition.

Boy’s flag football results last night:

AA Boys  – EWS – 32, Montague 13 – Luke Doiron threw touchdown passes to Nick mills and Brady Rodd. Ben Coles an inerceptions returned for a touchdown and Brett MacDonald had two.

AA Girls – EWS – 12 – QC – 8 in a shortened game.

Friday, May 26

4:30 – Baseball vs. Kensington @ Kensington Field – An announcement on this game will be made by 2:00 at the latest (lots of rain coming).

Saturday, May 27

10:00 – Baseball vs. Montague @ Terry Fox Centre Lower field  (Announcements on these games will be made by 8:00 am if canceled)

12:00 – Baseball vs. Stonepark @ Terry Fox Centre Lower field

 Also, the boys football teams will practice Monday at 4:45 – 6:30

CAFETERIA –  BBQ Pizza Slice with a side caesar salad and low fat cookie $5.25

Pacific Rim Special $6.00

Garlic slice with caesar salad $5.00

 

 

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Thursday, May 25th, 2017 Day 5

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, May 25th, 2017 Day 5

 PARENT INFORMATION MEETING  FOR INCOMING GRADE 7 PARENTS/STUDENTS – TUESDAY, MAY 30TH IN THE CAFETERIA 7:00PM.

 INCOMING GRADE 7 STUDENTS  ORIENTATION DAY – FRIDAY, JUNE 2NDNO SCHOOL FOR OUR PRESENT GRADE 7 STUDENTS

 YOUTH DROP-IN CENTRE AT EWS – THE LAST DAY WILL BE THIS THURSDAY, MAY 25TH, 2017

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS – ENERGY DRINKS ARE NOT PERMITTED AT THE SCHOOL!!!

 PLEASE DO NOT CLIMB ON THE SOCCER NETS AT ANYTIME – THIS IS A SAFETY ISSUE!!!

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS WHEN LEAVING SCHOOL PROPERTY –  THERE IS CONSTRUCTION AT THE CORNER – PLEASE STAY ON THE SIDEWALKS AND PAY ATTENTION TO THE FLAG PERSON.

 SEMI DANCE , Thursday, June 8th –  This is the GRADE 9 SEMI (grade 8 students may attend).  Grade 7’s attending with grade 9’s and people from outside the school are asked to leave at 8:00pm. JUST TO CLARIFY, GRADE 7’S CAN ONLY ATTEND THE SEMI WITH GRADE 9 STUDENTS.  GRADE 9 STUDENTS CAN BRING SOMEONE FROM OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL – THESE STUDENTS MUST BE SIGNED IN ON THE LIST AT THE OFFICE PRIOR TO SEMI.  Pictures begin at 6:00 – 7:00pm (pictures will be outside weather permitting).  The dance starts at 7:00pm.

STUDENT COUNCIL – The song suggestion list for the grade 9 semi “Hollywood Glam” will be coming down on Friday, May 26.  Sign up your favourite songs before the end of the week.

SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

ATHLETICS:

A reminder that Athletic Fees are officially overdue. Flag football, softball, and baseball are all $10.00 track and field is $5.00.  These charges cover officials only for team sports and bussing to UPEI for the track and field team.

INTRAMURAL EXTRAVAGANZA: Students invited to take part are asked to return their permission slip and $15 to Ms. Sanderson by Friday (tomorrow). The event is scheduled for Monday, June 12th.

TRACK & FIELD: Practice Monday at Bluefield, 3:30-4:30 pm. Take Bus #153 at dismissal.

BOYS BASEBALL – Reminder of baseball game tomorrow weather permitting! 4:30 -EWS vs. Kensington @ Kensington Field

A GIRLS FLAG FOOTBALL: Practice tomorrow (Friday), 3:15-4:30 pm in the gym. Please see one of your coaches today to confirm if you will be there or not.

Boy’s flag football results last night:

AA Game 1

EWS – 28, Vernon River – 13.  Isaac Murray threw 4 touchdown passes to Dominic Green, Thomas Yeo, Matt Mingo, and Joseph Bertram.

AA Game 2

EWS – 26, Birchwood  0 – Isaac Murray threw 2 touchdown passes to Dominic Green and Joseph Bertram. Dominic Green and Jonah Keizer had interceptions returned for touchdowns

A Game 1

EWS – 58, Birchwood 0 – Luke Doiron threw 2 touchdown passes to Brady Rodd and Brandon Proude. Charlie Doiron threw a touchdown pass to Luke Doiron. Ethan Carragher had a rushing touchdown. Brett MacDonald and Gavin MacDougall had interceptions returned for touchdowns. Brady Rodd had 3 interceptions returned for touchdowns.

ATHLETICS:

A reminder that Athletic Fees are officially overdue. Flag football, softball, and baseball are all $10.00 track and field is $5.00.  These charges cover officials only for team sports and bussing to UPEI for the track and field team.

Games and practices this week: (Subject to change)

Thursday, May 25

3:40 – AA Girls Football vs. Queen Charlotte

4:30 – A Boys Football vs. Montague

Friday, May 26

4:30 – Baseball vs. Kensington @ Kensington Field

Saturday, May 27

10:00 – Baseball vs. Montague @ Terry Fox Centre Lower field

12:00 – Baseball vs. Stonepark @ Terry Fox Centre Lower field

CAFETERIA – Chicken teriyaki served with rice and veggies $5.25

Chicken nuggets with baked potato wedges $5.00

 

 

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017 Day 4

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 Day 4

 YOUTH DROP-IN CENTRE AT EWS – THE LAST DAY WILL BE THIS Thursday, May 25TH, 2017

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS – ENERGY DRINKS ARE NOT PERMITTED AT THE SCHOOL!!!

 PLEASE DO NOT CLIMB ON THE SOCCER NETS AT ANYTIME – THIS IS A SAFETY ISSUE!!!

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS WHEN LEAVING SCHOOL PROPERTY –  THERE IS CONSTRUCTION AT THE CORNER – PLEASE STAY ON THE SIDEWALKS AND PAY ATTENTION TO THE FLAG PERSON.

 SEMI DANCE , Thursday, June 8th –  This is the GRADE 9 SEMI (grade 8 students may attend).  Grade 7’s attending with grade 9’s and people from outside the school are asked to leave at 8:00pm. JUST TO CLARIFY, GRADE 7’S CAN ONLY ATTEND THE SEMI WITH GRADE 9 STUDENTS.  GRADE 9 STUDENTS CAN BRING SOMEONE FROM OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL – THESE STUDENTS MUST BE SIGNED IN ON THE LIST AT THE OFFICE PRIOR TO SEMI.  Pictures begin at 6:00 – 7:00pm (pictures will be outside weather permitting).  The dance starts at 7:00pm.

SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

ATHLETICS:

A reminder that Athletic Fees are officially overdue. Flag football, softball, and baseball are all $10.00 track and field is $5.00.  These charges cover officials only for team sports and bussing to UPEI for the track and field team.

THE BOYS BASEBALL – Practice tonight 3:15 – 4:30pm.

FIELD HOCKEY: UPEI will be hosting a Field Hockey Camp that begins tomorrow (Wednesday, May 24th) at UPEI. Sessions will be every Wednesday and Sunday until August 6th. Cost is only $65. For more information, please contact Barb Carmichael at bcarmichael@eastlink.ca, call Panther Central at 566-0368, or look for Prince Edward Island Field Hockey on Facebook.

A reminder that Athletic Fees are officially overdue. Flag football, softball, and baseball are all $10.00 track and field is $5.00.  These charges cover officials only for team sports and bussing to UPEI for the track and field team.

Games and practices this week: (Subject to change)

Wednesday, May 24

3:40 – AA Boys Football vs. Vernon River

4:30 – AA Boys Football vs. Birchwood

4:30 – A boys Football vs. Birchwood

4:45 – 6:30 Basketball

Thursday, May 25

3:40 – AA Girls Football vs. Queen Charlotte

4:30 – A Boys Football vs. Montague

Friday, May 26

4:30 – Baseball vs. Kensington @ Kensington Field

Saturday, May 27

10:00 – Baseball vs. Montague @ Terry Fox Centre Lower field

12:00 – Baseball vs. Stonepark @ Terry Fox Centre Lower field

CAFETERIA – Spaghetti with meat sauce/caesar salad and garlic breadstick $5.25

Pizza pocket with carrot sticks and dip $5.00

 

 

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Tuesday, May 23, 2017 Day 3

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 Day 3

 STAFF MEETING AFTER SCHOOL TODAY IN THE LIBRARY

 FRENCH CLUB – FRY WAGON WILL BE HERE TODAY BOTH LUNCHES.  FRIES WILL BE $2.50 OR FRENCH FRIES AND A POP FOR $4.00.

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS – ENERGY DRINKS ARE NOT PERMITTED AT THE SCHOOL!!!

 A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS TO AHNAIS YOUNG WHO RETURNED HOME FROM THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FAIR IN REGINA WITH A BRONZE MEDAL.  WELL DONE, AHNAIS!

 PLEASE DO NOT CLIMB ON THE SOCCER NETS AT ANYTIME – THIS IS A SAFETY ISSUE!!!

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS WHEN LEAVING SCHOOL PROPERTY –  THERE IS CONSTRUCTION AT THE CORNER – PLEASE STAY ON THE SIDEWALKS AND PAY ATTENTION TO THE FLAG PERSON.

 SEMI DANCE , Thursday, June 8th –  This is the GRADE 9 SEMI (grade 8 students may attend).  Grade 7’s attending with grade 9’s and people from outside the school are asked to leave at 8:00pm. JUST TO CLARIFY, GRADE 7’S CAN ONLY ATTEND THE SEMI WITH GRADE 9 STUDENTS.  GRADE 9 STUDENTS CAN BRING SOMEONE FROM OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL – THESE STUDENTS MUST BE SIGNED IN ON THE LIST AT THE OFFICE PRIOR TO SEMI.  Pictures begin at 6:00 – 7:00pm (pictures will be outside weather permitting).  The dance starts at 7:00pm.

SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

YOGA  –  Cancelled for today.

ATHLETICS:

A reminder that Athletic Fees are officially overdue. Flag football, softball, and baseball are all $10.00 track and field is $5.00.  These charges cover officials only for team sports and bussing to UPEI for the track and field team.

Congratulations to the AA Girls Flag Football team who won both games on Friday.  Great play by defense allowing only two touch downs in both games.  Way to go Cassie Lank you called an excellent game with the unrelenting wind.  Touch Downs were scored by Louissa MacMurrer, Anna MacAleer, MacKayla Vos, and Claire Pickens.

THE BOYS BASEBALL team split their games on the weekend. On Friday evening, SIS defeated EWS 9-8 in extra innings. Kayden MacLeod pitched 5 strong innings and homered along with Josh Smith.

On Saturday the boys trailed 2-0 early in the game before scoring one in the fifth and two in the sixth to beat Queen Charlotte 3-2. Jackson Sherren tossed the win. Top batters were Nathan Mahar ,Kayden MacLeod and Josh Smith. Next practice will be Wednesday from 3:15-4:30.

FIELD HOCKEY: UPEI will be hosting a Field Hockey Camp that begins tomorrow (Wednesday, May 24th) at UPEI. Sessions will be every Wednesday and Sunday until August 6th. Cost is only $65. For more information, please contact Barb Carmichael at bcarmichael@eastlink.ca, call Panther Central at 566-0368, or look for Prince Edward Island Field Hockey on Facebook.

Games and practices this week: (Subject to change)

Tuesday, May 23

3:40 – A Girls Football vs. Montague – PLEASE DISMISS AT 2:55PM

4:00 – Girl’s Softball vs. Stonepark @ EWS lower field

3:30 – 4:45 – AA Girl’s Football practice

4:45 – 6:15 – Boy’s Football practice

Wednesday, May 24

3:40 – AA Boys Football vs. Vernon River

4:30 – AA Boys Football vs. Birchwood

4:30 – A boys Football vs. Birchwood

4:45 – 6:30 Basketball

Thursday, May 25

3:40 – AA Girls Football vs. Queen Charlotte

4:30 – A Boys Football vs. Montague

Friday, May 26

4:30 – Baseball vs. Kensington @ Kensington Field

Saturday, May 27

10:00 – Baseball vs. Montague @ Terry Fox Centre Lower field

12:00 – Baseball vs. Stonepark @ Terry Fox Centre Lower field

CAFETERIA – Soft beef tacos served with Mexican rice and corn $5.25

BBQ Pulled pork flatbread served with wedges $5.00

 

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Friday, May 19th, 2017 Day 1

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, May 19th, 2017 Day 2

 PLEASE DO NOT CLIMB ON THE SOCCER NETS AT ANYTIME – THIS IS A SAFETY ISSUE!!!

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS WHEN LEAVING SCHOOL PROPERTY –  THERE IS CONSTRUCTION AT THE CORNER – PLEASE STAY ON THE SIDEWALKS AND PAY ATTENTION TO THE FLAG PERSON.

 SEMI DANCE , Thursday, June 8th –  This is the GRADE 9 SEMI (grade 8 students may attend).  Grade 7’s attending with grade 9’s and people from outside the school are asked to leave at 8:00pm. JUST TO CLARIFY, GRADE 7’S CAN ONLY ATTEND THE SEMI WITH GRADE 9 STUDENTS.  GRADE 9 STUDENTS CAN BRING SOMEONE FROM OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL – THESE STUDENTS MUST BE SIGNED IN ON THE LIST AT THE OFFICE PRIOR TO SEMI.  Pictures begin at 6:00 – 7:00pm (pictures will be outside weather permitting).  The dance starts at 7:00pm.

STUDENT COUNCILSummer, Floral, Tropical Theme DayFriday, May 19th – $1.00 to participate.  All proceeds towards semi decorations.

DENTAL CLINIC – The yellow forms can be returned either directly to the clinic in room 217(if locked slip under the door) or send to the main office.  Please be sure to return the form with a yes or no indicated.

SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

LEADERSHIP: Last period today for only the following students: Liam, Isaac, Caelan, Maria, & Maddie.

INTRAMURALS: Outdoor Equipment sign out.

A GIRLS FLAG FOOTBALL: Practice today, 3:15-4:30 pm. Game on Tuesday versus Montague at 3:40 pm.

FIELD HOCKEY: UPEI will be hosting a Field Hockey Camp that begins Wednesday, May 24th at UPEI. Sessions will be every Wednesday and Sunday until August 6th. Cost is only $65. For more information, please contact Barb Carmichael at bcarmichael@eastlink.ca, call Panther Central at 566-0368, or look for Prince Edward Island Field Hockey on Facebook.

ENCOUNTERS WITH Canada  – 1 week in Ottawa.  For more information visit the website at encounters-recontres.ca or call 1-800-361-0419.

THE EWS BOY’S BASEBALL TEAM begins their season today at 4:30 with a game against Summerside Intermediate (at KISH #2 field). Players are asked to arrange their own transportation and be there for 4pm. Reminder to submit forms and fees to coaches asap.

Practice/Game schedule:

Results for yesterday’s track and field meet are posted on the bulletin board.  EWS had an amazing showing yesterday.  We have several students qualify for provincials.  Special note to Thomas Yeo who crushed the Provincial Record in shot put.  He beat the old record by 2.53 m!!

Friday:

3:40 – AA Girls football vs. Queen Charlotte @ Cornwall Turf

4:30 – AA Girls football vs. Stonepark @ Cornwall Turf

4:30 – Boys Baseball vs. Summerside Intermediate @ Kensington Field #2

The girl’s will take bus 171 and leave class at 2:55 to get ready.

Saturday:

12:00 – Boys Baseball vs. Queen Charlotte @ MacRae Drive Field

CAFETERIA – Mexican Pizza slice with a side caesar salad and low fat cookie $5.25

Today Pacific Rim Meal $6.00

Garlic slice with caesar salad $5.00

 

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Thursday, May 18th, 2017 Day 1

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, May 18th, 2017 Day 1

 STUDENTS PLEASE REFRAIN FROM CLIMBING AND HANGING ON THE SOCCER NETS – THIS IS A MAJOR SAFETY CONCERN.

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS LEAVING SCHOOL PROPERTY AT LUNCHTIME – PLEASE STAY ON THE SIDEWALKS AND RESPECT PRIVATE PROPERTY.

 SPRING INTO SUMMER – Spend a minimum of $5.00 in the cafeteria, sign your receipt for a chance to win at $30.00 gift card from Freak Lunch Box.

SEMI DANCE , Thursday, June 8th –  This is the GRADE 9 SEMI (grade 8 students may attend).  Grade 7’s attending with grade 9’s and people from outside the school are asked to leave at 8:00pm. JUST TO CLARIFY, GRADE 7’S CAN ONLY ATTEND THE SEMI WITH GRADE 9 STUDENTS.  GRADE 9 STUDENTS CAN BRING SOMEONE FROM OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL – THESE STUDENTS MUST BE SIGNED IN ON THE LIST AT THE OFFICE PRIOR TO SEMI.  Pictures begin at 6:00 – 7:00pm (pictures will be outside weather permitting).  The dance starts at 7:00pm.

STUDENT COUNCILSummer, Floral, Tropical Theme DayFriday, May 19th – $1.00 to participate.  All proceeds towards semi decorations.

ENCOUNTERS WITH Canada  – 1 week in Ottawa.  For more information visit the website at encounters-recontres.ca or call 1-800-361-0419.

 DENTAL CLINIC – The yellow forms can be returned either directly to the clinic in room 217(if locked slip under the door) or send to the main office.  Please be sure to return the form with a yes or no indicated.

SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

FIELD HOCKEY –  UPEI will be hosting a Field Hockey Camp that begins Wednesday, May 24th at UPEI. Sessions will be every Wednesday and Sunday until August 6th. Cost is only $65. For more information, please contact Barb Carmichael at bcarmichael@eastlink.ca, call Panther Central at 566-0368, or look for Prince Edward Island Field Hockey on Facebook.

Spring Sports (Football, Softball, Baseball, and Track and Field):  Athletic fees need to be paid by the end of next week (May 19).  Fees are $10.00 each for football, softball and baseball, $5.00 for track and field.  The track and field team has not been finalized yet, so we will be collecting that next Thursday (Meet day at UPEI).

THE EWS BOY’S BASEBALL TEAM begins their season on Friday at 4:30 with a game against Summerside Intermediate (at KISH #2 field). Players are asked to arrange their own transportation and be there for 4pm. Reminder to submit forms and fees asap.

INTRAMURALS: Outdoor Equipment sign out.

A GIRLS FLAG FOOTBALL: Practice Friday, 3:15-4:30 pm. Game on Tuesday versus Montague at 3:40 pm.

FIELD HOCKEY- UPEI will be hosting a Field Hockey Camp that begins Wednesday, May 24th at UPEI. Sessions will be every Wednesday and Sunday until August 6th. Cost is only $65. For more information, please contact Barb Carmichael at bcarmichael@eastlink.ca, call Panther Central at 566-0368, or look for Prince Edward Island Field Hockey on Facebook.

Practice/Game schedule:

Thursday:

Track and Field at UPEI – All day.

4:45 – 6:30 – A and AA Boys football practice

Friday:

3:40 – AA Girls football vs. Queen Charlotte @ Cornwall Turf

4:30 – AA Girls football vs. Stonepark @ Cornwall Turf

4:30 – Boys Baseball vs. Summerside Intermediate @ Kensington Field #2

Saturday:

12:00 – Boys Baseball vs. Queen Charlotte @ MacRae Drive Field

CAFETERIA – Chili Cheese Fries $5.25

Chicken nuggets with baked potato wedges $5.00

 

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Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 Day 6

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 Day 6

 DUKE OF EDINBURGH AWARD CEREMONY – REMINDER TO PARTICIPANTS TO BE AT HOLLAND COLLEGE GYMNASIUM BY 6:15PM TONIGHT. PLEASE LET MS. MACKINNON KNOW IF YOU CANNOT ATTEND.

 CONGRATULATIONS TO MR. CUSACK WHO IS GRADUATING FROM THE MASTERS PROGRAM THIS WEEKEND!!!

 SPRING INTO SUMMER – Spend a minimum of $5.00 in the cafeteria, sign your receipt for a chance to win at $30.00 gift card from Freak Lunch Box.

 SEMI DANCE , Thursday, June 8th –  This is the GRADE 9 SEMI (grade 8 students may attend).  Grade 7’s attending with grade 9’s and people from outside the school are asked to leave at 8:00pm. JUST TO CLARIFY, GRADE 7’S CAN ONLY ATTEND THE SEMI WITH GRADE 9 STUDENTS.  GRADE 9 STUDENTS CAN BRING SOMEONE FROM OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL – THESE STUDENTS MUST BE SIGNED IN ON THE LIST AT THE OFFICE PRIOR TO SEMI.  Pictures begin at 6:00 – 7:00pm (pictures will be outside weather permitting).  The dance starts at 7:00pm.

STUDENT COUNCILSummer, Floral, Tropical Theme DayFriday, May 19th – $1.00 to participate.  All proceeds towards semi decorations.

ENCOUNTERS WITH Canada  – 1 week in Ottawa.  For more information visit the website at encounters-recontres.ca or call 1-800-361-0419.

 DENTAL CLINIC – The yellow forms can be returned either directly to the clinic in room 217(if locked slip under the door) or send to the main office.  Please be sure to return the form with a yes or no indicated.

SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

CHECKER/CHESS CLUB – Everyday at grade 7 lunch except Day 3 and 6.

COMPASSION IT – Meeting after school today in Mr. Cusack’s room.  All members are asked to attend. Meeting is from 3:15 – 4:15 pm..

A GIRLS FLAG FOOTBALL: Practice today, 3:15-4:30 pm.

FIELD HOCKEY: UPEI will be hosting a Field Hockey Camp that begins Wednesday, May 24th at UPEI. Sessions will be every Wednesday and Sunday until August 6th. Cost is only $65. For more information, please contact Barb Carmichael at bcarmichael@eastlink.ca, call Panther Central at 566-0368, or look for Prince Edward Island Field Hockey on Facebook.

Flag Football Result: The girls A Flag Football team defeated both Vernon River (24-10) and Gulf Shore (30-0).  Scoring touchdowns for EWS were Ashlyn Carpenter, Cyla MacCloskey, Jillian Sanford, and Sophia Vickerson.  Awesome defensive play by all five defensive players – even scored a couple touchdowns off interceptions. Way to go girls keep it up.

Badminton:  There is still 1 badminton jersey that needs to be returned – Alexis Fougere.  Please get it in this week.

Spring Sports (Football, Softball, Baseball, and Track and Field):  Athletic fees need to be paid by the end of next week (May 19).  Fees are $10.00 each for football, softball and baseball, $5.00 for track and field.  The track and field team has not been finalized yet, so we will be collecting that next Thursday (Meet day at UPEI).

BOYS BASEBALL PRACTICE Today – 3:15 – 4:30pm.

Practice/Game schedule:

Wednesday:

3:15 – 4:45 – A Girls football practice

4:45 – 6:30 – Basketball

4:45 – 6:30 – A and AA Boys football practice

Thursday:

Track and Field at UPEI

4:45 – 6:30 – A and AA Boys football practice

Friday:

3:40 – AA Girls football vs. Queen Charlotte @ Cornwall Turf

4:30 – AA Girls football vs. Stonepark @ Cornwall Turf

4:30 – Boys Baseball vs. Summerside Intermediate @ Kensington Field #2

Saturday:

12:00 – Boys Baseball vs. Queen Charlotte @ MacRae Drive Field

There will be try outs for Long Jump, Triple Jump and Discus during lunches today.  Come out as soon as the bell rings, please.

Game 1

E’cole Fransois Buote – 21

East Wiltshire – 14

Isaac Murray threw a touchdown pass to Joe MacEachern, and Dominic Green threw a touchdown pass to Joe MacEachern.

Game 2

Queen Charlotte – 13

East Wiltshire – 61

Dominic Green threw 7 touchdown passes:  3 to Joe MacEachern, 2 to Thomas Yeo and 2 to Joseph Bertram.  Colin Walsh had 2 interceptions returned for touchdowns.

CAFETERIA – Creamy macaroni and cheese garlic breadstick and side salad $5.25

Pizza pocket with carrot sticks and dip $5.00

 

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