Announcements ~ Wednesday Oct. 30/19
|Tomorrow is the last day of spirit week ending with costume day for Halloween. Come down to the big gym tomorrow during lunch to get your costume judged and have a chance to win subway gift cards for whoever has the best costumes.|
|Reminder: Lifetouch school picture orders are due today|
|For a limited time, the Eagles Nest will be offering spooky, festive hot chocolate for only $2.50. Come on down and warm up with this colorful delicious beverage during lunch|
| The football team travels on Halloween to play under the light in their quarter final math. The 4 and 3 Eagles will battle the 5 and 2 Elmwood Giants for a place in the semi-finals. Kickoff is Thursday at 7pm in Winnipeg. |
Tied after one quarter, a sixteen point explosion in the second helped the senior basketball team to a 41-39 win. Brynn Montgomery led the squad with 14 points.
Kaitlyn Viherjoki poured in 16 points in the 27-23 junior victory.
Both teams now prepare to host NorWOSSA on Nov 8
Volleyball teams finished their regular season yesterday in Kenora. The juniors took their match 2 sets to none to secure 3rd place and a spot in the playoffs. The seniors fell to the top ranked Broncos in 2 sets but wound up 2nd in the standing based on their 5 league win.
| Calling all Grade 10 & 11 student leaders! Do you want to learn how you can get hands-on, enriched learning while living on a university campus for the summer? The Shad enrichment program provides the opportunity for students to spend 4-weeks in July living and learning at a host university to engage in workshops, seminars and labs in areas of STEAM and Entrepreneurship. Shad is a chance to travel, get access to experiential learning and connect with liked-minded peers from across Canada. Financial support is available to ensure the program is accessible to youth from diverse economic backgrounds. Learn more at the Shad info session happening on Wednesday, November 6 at 11:30 in room 137. If you aren’t able to attend, please see Mr Schmidt. |
A signup sheet is in the main office. If you aren’t able to attend, please see Mr Schmidt.
| Sign Language club will meet Tomorrow at lunch in room 116. |
Students who are interested in starting a mental health awareness group are invited to sign up in Guidance – there will be an opportunity for training and information this week! Please see Ms. Seitz for further details.
|Eagle’s athlete are reminded to sell and turn in their Eagles cards. Blitz night when prizes are paid and cards should be in is TUESDAY Nov 5|
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