Tues. – Day 2

Cafeteria:
Barbecue Porkchops, Mashed Potato and Vegs

Golf:

Kevin Chen reeled off 5 birdies on the back nine yesterday in windy conditions at Belvedere en route to a sparkling round of 73, to finish first overall in the school golf tryouts. Ben Parent fired an 85 and Grant Koughan an 86, to finish 2nd and 3rd respectively. Luke Dillon fired a 95 to secure the fourth spot on the school team. The golf team will now advance to a zone qualifier on Wednesday afternoon at Belfast. Mr. Beck would like to thank all the players who participated in the tryouts, and wish best of luck to the team in the qualifying round.

Stonepark Girls Volleyball Team:
Play at East Wiltshire today. The girls will leave by taxis at the back gym doors at 3:05 pm.

Musical Theater Auditions
The school is forming a brand new musical theater club and Mr. Gordon Tultz is kind enough to help run the club. In this club we will be writing plays and performing them for younger audiences. We will be meeting every Tuesday after school. Auditions will be held after school today (Tuesday) from 3:00 – 4:00 pm. If you with to sign up, please fill out the information sheet in the main office or talk to Amanda Lipton or Kayla Adams, both in Mr. Flanagan’s Grade 9 class, for further information .

Art:
Students are asked to submit artwork for the upcoming Remembrance Day assembly at Stonepark in  November. Artwork can be a drawing (pencil or charcoal), painting, photo or sculpture about Remembrance Day.  These works will be displayed at the ceremony. For further information or supplies see Mrs. Wilson. Finished work must be submitted by Friday, October 17, 2014.

Annual Terry Fox Run:
Our annual Terry Fox Run/Walk will take place tomorrow (Wednesday), September 24 and to help raise funds for Cancer Research we are asking students and teachers for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw for one of 6 Terry Fox T-Shirts like the one on display in the lobby. Also, between now and next week Mr. Valois will be collecting loose change – all proceeds will go to the Terry Fox Foundation and Cancer Research. (R)
 

Stonepark is forming a Bridge Club:
Bridge is a highly social game that is good for developing lots of skills. Interested students are asked to check the bulletin board in the foyer for further information and then sign up in the main office.

Fitness Training Groups:
Stonepark will be starting “2 new fitness training groups”. One is an introduction to fitness group and the other is a sport specific fitness group. When signing up, please indicate what time of day would work best for you. Once we have an idea of interest level and preferred times, a schedule will be made early next week.

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Monday – Day 1

Cafeteria:
Pasta Bake with Caesar Salad & Garlic Bread

Cadets Program:
Stonepark students interested in learning more about the Cadets program are asked to go to the cafeteria on Monday afternoon at Reading Period for an information session. The presentation should be no longer than 15-20 minutes.

Games Room Committee :
The Games room committee will meet in the Games room at 12:30 today. If you know someone in your grade who may be interested in helping out, bring them along.

Musical Theater Auditions:
The school is forming a brand new musical theater club and Mr. Gordon Tultz is kind enough to help run the club. In this club we will be writing plays and performing them for younger audiences. We will be meeting every Tuesday after school. Auditions will be held after school this upcoming Tuesday. If you with to sign up, please fill out the information sheet in the main office or talk to Amanda Lipton or Kayla Adams, both in Mr. Flanagan’s Grade 9 class, for further information .

Art:
Students are asked to submit artwork for the upcoming Remembrance Day assembly at Stonepark in  November. Artwork can be a drawing (pencil or charcoal), painting, photo or sculpture about Remembrance Day.  These works will be displayed at the ceremony. For further information or supplies see Mrs. Wilson. Finished work must be submitted by Friday, October 17, 2014.

Annual Terry Fox Run:
Our annual Terry Fox Run/Walk will take place next Wednesday, September 24 and to help raise funds for Cancer Research we are asking students and teachers for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw for one of 6 Terry Fox T-Shirts like the one on display in the lobby. Also, between now and next week Mr. Valois will be collecting loose change – all proceeds will go to the Terry Fox Foundation and Cancer Research. (R)

Stonepark is forming a Bridge Club:
Bridge is a highly social game that is good for developing lots of skills. Interested students are asked to check the bulletin board in the foyer for further information and then sign up in the main office.

Fitness Training Groups:

Stonepark will be starting “2 new fitness training groups”. One is an introduction to fitness group and the other is a sport specific fitness group. When signing up, please indicate what time of day would work best for you. Once we have an idea of interest level and preferred times, a schedule will be made early next week.

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Fri. – Day 6

Cafeteria:
Chicken Nuggets & Mashed Potatoes, includes small white milk = $5.45

Cadets Program:
Stonepark students interested in learning more about the Cadets program are asked to go to the cafeteria on Monday afternoon at Reading Period for an information session. The presentation should be no longer than 15-20 minutes.

Art:
Students are asked to submit artwork for the upcoming Remembrance Day assembly at Stonepark in  November. Artwork can be a drawing (pencil or charcoal), painting, photo or sculpture about Remembrance Day.  These works will be displayed at the ceremony. For further information or supplies see Mrs. Wilson. Finished work must be submitted by Friday, October 17, 2014.

After School Orchestra:
 
Any students interested in playing in a full orchestra (strings and winds and percussion) please come to the band room after school today for the first rehearsal, have parents pick you up at 4 pm.   Wendy Evers-Forrester.

Celebration of YOUTH:
Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lea and Members of City Council are pleased to invite ALL to the Celebration of YOUTH!, Friday, September 26 and Saturday, September 27, 2 days of sports, movies, film, dance, ball hockey, swim, skate, Island Storm Hoops, songwriting. Each night an all ages show will feature performances by Ripped Paper, Katie McGarry and Zack Squires. All activities are free for youth. All youth under 18 years are welcome. See www.charlottetown.ca for full schedule of activities and registration information. kredmond@charlottetown.ca 902 629 4000

Annual Terry Fox Run:
Our annual Terry Fox Run/Walk will take place next Wednesday, September 24 and to help raise funds for Cancer Research we are asking students and teachers for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw for one of 6 Terry Fox T-Shirts like the one on display in the lobby. Also, between now and next week Mr. Valois will be collecting loose change – all proceeds will go to the Terry Fox Foundation and Cancer Research. (R)

Confederation Centre Library:
 Is looking for student volunteers. Further information can be found on the bulletin board in the foyer.

Stonepark is forming a Bridge Club:
Bridge is a highly social game that is good for developing lots of skills. Interested students are asked to check the bulletin board in the foyer for further information and then sign up in the main office.

Fitness Training Groups:   

Stonepark will be starting “2 new fitness training groups”. One is an introduction to fitness group and the other is a sport specific fitness group. When signing up, please indicate what time of day would work best for you. Once we have an idea of interest level and preferred times, a schedule will be made early next week.

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Our Magazine Campaign is Underway

Our major fundraiser of the year is now underway following an exciting kickoff earlier this morning! Any support of our students is always appreciated through face-to-face or online purchasing and re-ordering.

Online purchasing is available here or from our top menu all year long. Click below to get started!

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Thurs. – Day 5

Cafeteria:
Sub Day today

After School Orchestra:
 Any students interested in playing in a full orchestra (strings and winds and percussion) please come to the band room after school on Friday for the first rehearsal, have parents pick you up at 4 pm.   Wendy Evers-Forrester.

Celebration of YOUTH:
Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lea and Members of City Council are pleased to invite ALL to the Celebration of YOUTH!, Friday, September 26 and Saturday, September 27, 2 days of sports, movies, film, dance, ball hockey, swim, skate, Island Storm Hoops, songwriting. Each night an all ages show will feature performances by Ripped Paper, Katie McGarry and Zack Squires. All activities are free for youth. All youth under 18 years are welcome. See www.charlottetown.ca for full schedule of activities and registration information. kredmond@charlottetown.ca 902 629 4000
 
Annual Terry Fox Run:
Our annual Terry Fox Run/Walk will take place next Wednesday, September 24 and to help raise funds for Cancer Research we are asking students and teachers for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw for one of 6 Terry Fox T-Shirts like the one on display in the lobby. Also, between now and next week Mr. Valois will be collecting loose change – all proceeds will go to the Terry Fox Foundation and Cancer Research. (R)

Confederation Centre Library:
 Is looking for student volunteers. Further information can be found on the bulletin board in the foyer.

Stonepark is forming a Bridge Club:
Bridge is a highly social game that is good for developing lots of skills. Interested students are asked to check the bulletin board in the foyer for further information and then sign up in the main office.

Girls AA Soccer:
Practice today (Thurs.) 3:20pm – 5:00 pm

Fitness Training Groups:

Stonepark will be starting “2 new fitness training groups”. One is an introduction to fitness group and the other is a sport specific fitness group. These will be offered to boys and girls separately. Students are asked to sign up I the gym if interested.

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Wed. – Day 4

Cafeteria:
“Sub Day”postponed until tomorrow – but you can still place order.
Today’s special:
Sweet & Sour Meatballs with Rice = $5.25

Band Announcements:
Grade 9 band peer helping permission forms are ready, and may be picked up in the band room following morning announcements.  
Grade 8 and 9 band students who are interested in playing in the Jazz Band are asked to please sign-up in the band room by the end of the day today so that music can be photocopied for the first rehearsal on Friday morning.

Leadership Committee:
Would like to thank all grade nine students who applied to participate in leadership this year.  You are all great candidates and we wish we were able to accommodate everyone.  There will be a list posted outside the Student Services area at lunch today.  For those students participating in leadership, there will be a meeting period 6 tomorrow beginning in Mrs. Curley’s room. 

Duke of Edinburgh:
Students will meet today, (Wednesday, Day 4) during reading period in Helen Smith-MacPhail’s room Please bring your books and a pencil.
The Duke Of Edinburgh Practice Journey will be on next Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 7:00 at Bluefield High School.  More details at today’s meeting.

Celebration of YOUTH:
Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lea and Members of City Council are pleased to invite ALL to the Celebration of YOUTH!, Friday, September 26 and Saturday, September 27, 2 days of sports, movies, film, dance, ball hockey, swim, skate, Island Storm Hoops, songwriting. Each night an all ages show will feature performances by Ripped Paper, Katie McGarry and Zack Squires. All activities are free for youth. All youth under 18 years are welcome. See www.charlottetown.ca for full schedule of activities and registration information. kredmond@charlottetown.ca 902 629 4000

Annual Terry Fox Run:
Our annual Terry Fox Run/Walk will take place next Wednesday, September 24 and to help raise funds for Cancer Research we are asking students and teachers for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw for one of 6 Terry Fox T-Shirts like the one on display in the lobby. Also, between now and next week Mr. Valois will be collecting loose change – all proceeds will go to the Terry Fox Foundation and Cancer Research. (R)

Confederation Centre Library:
 Is looking for student volunteers. Further information can be found on the bulletin board in the foyer.

Stonepark is forming a Bridge Club:
Bridge is a highly social game that is good for developing lots of skills. Interested students are asked to check the bulletin board in the foyer for further information and then sign up in the main office.

Golf:
Ben Parent fired a personal best round of 37 yesterday for a two round average of 43, and sits in second place in the school golf  tryouts behind Kevin Chen, who shot 38 in the first round last Friday. Grant Koughan and Josh Bourque currently occupy the other two spots for the team. They are closely followed by 7 other golfers who are within four strokes of third and fourth place. This will make for an exciting finish in the final round next Monday at Belvedere. Good luck to all participants in the final round. Mr. Beck would like to thank all the golfers who tried out for the team this year. This was the highest number ever, and the competition is the closest it has ever been.

 Girls AA Soccer:
Girls AA soccer team won the first game of the season 2-1 over Queen Charlotte. Maddy Hurley had both goals for the Tigers and Hailey had the shut out.  
**The girls will practice tomorrow (Thurs.) 3:20pm – 5:00 pm

Boys Volleyball:
Practice is cancelled today due to “Meet The Teacher” tonight.

Girls Volleyball:

Will have their practice today along with a parents meeting at 5:00 pm

Wrestling

 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:00 – 5:30

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Meet-the-Teacher Night

We hope to see a great crowd for our Meet-the-Teacher night, tomorrow evening beginning at 7:00. As well, there will be an open house/ice cream social for Grade 7 parents, and parents that are new to the school, from 6:00 – 6:50. This is a joint initiative between the Stonepark Home and School, and the school.

You may wish to refer to our school map for navigation.

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