Thursday – Day 1

Cafeteria:
Chicken Teriyaki, side of rice & vegs = $5.25
Spaghetti, with garlic bread = $5.00

Drama Club:
There will be a Drama practice after school today.  EVERYONE must be there!!!

Art At Stonepark:
This is the last day to sign up for the  Art at Stonepark  fundraiser for Stonepark Gives Back. Cost is $20.00. Come see Mrs. Wilson in her room at reading period, if interested. We will be starting it next week.

Science Retreat For Girls Grades 7-9
The 4th annual Girls Get WISE Science Retreat at UPEI provides girls with the opportunity to explore chemistry, engineering, and physics through fun hands-on workshops. Girls attending the retreat will also meet with women working in science and engineering to hear about their experiences.
Registration costs $10 (including lunch) and can be done online at
http://www.engineerspei.com/node/421

Anniversary to Confederation:
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the Speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons have launched a speech writing competition for Canadians aged 12 to 17. This national contest asks, “What does Parliament mean to you?” Young Canadians are invited to participate by submitting a written speech via our contest webpage.
Six finalists will win an all-expenses-paid trip to Ottawa in June 2017, where they will be recognized at a reception at Parliament and have an opportunity to meet the Speakers. The contest closes April 21, 2017.  Visit the contest webpage:
Desktop: www.facebook.com/PARLyouth/app/941345315938094/
Mobile: https://traffik.io/Q4sK
For additional information, please contact the Parliament of Canada Information Service at 1-866-599-4999 or at info@parl.gc.ca.

Math Tutoring:
Just a reminder, that there will be math tutoring today after school in the library from 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm.  All students welcome.

Stonepark Girls Spring Volleyball:
There will be a practice on Monday for  Tier 2 – starting at 5:00 pm and Tier 1 will begin at 6:00 pm, in preparation for their tournament on Tuesday.

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Wednesday – Day 6

Cafeteria:
Spaghetti with Caesar Salad, Garlic Bread =  $5.25
Slice of Pizza, Veggie Sticks or fruit Cup and Juice Box = $5.00

Band – The meeting scheduled for the parents of Grade 9 Band students for this evening is cancelled. Please have your parents check the blog for a new date and time, but will likely be rescheduled for early next week.

Needlecraft Club:
Happens today in Miss Dockendorff’s Room at 12:20. We’re learning how to do embroidery. New members are welcome.

Pascal Math:
A final call for those who wrote the Pascal Math Contest to see Mr. Rooney sometime for your results.

Tutoring:
Just a reminder, that there will be Math tutoring tomorrow after school in the Library from 3:30 pm – 5:00. All students are welcome.

Science Retreat For Girls Grades 7-9:
The 4th annual Girls Get WISE Science Retreat at UPEI provides girls with the opportunity to explore chemistry, engineering, and physics through fun hands-on workshops. Girls attending the retreat will also meet with women working in science and engineering to hear about their experiences.
Registration costs $10 (including lunch) and can be done online at
http://www.engineerspei.com/node/421

Anniversary to Confederation:
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the Speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons have launched a speech writing competition for Canadians aged 12 to 17. This national contest asks, “What does Parliament mean to you?” Young Canadians are invited to participate by submitting a written speech via our contest webpage.
Six finalists will win an all-expenses-paid trip to Ottawa in June 2017, where they will be recognized at a reception at Parliament and have an opportunity to meet the Speakers. The contest closes April 21, 2017.  Visit the contest webpage:
Desktop: www.facebook.com/PARLyouth/app/941345315938094/
Mobile: https://traffik.io/Q4sK
For additional information, please contact the Parliament of Canada Information Service at 1-866-599-4999 or at info@parl.gc.ca.

Girls Spring Volleyball:
Congratulations to the Girls Spring Volleyball team on winning their first tournament of the season last night at Queen Charlotte.  All members of the girls spring volleyball team will practice tonight at 6:00 pm

Badminton:
Reminder that there will be a badminton practice after school today for 7 & 8 boys and girls from 3-4:30.

 

 

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Tuesday – Day 5

Cafeteria:
1 Soft Beef Tacos served with Mexican Rice & Veggie. = $5.25
Breakfast Sandwich, side of fruit and juice box = $5.00

Science Retreat For Girls Grades 7-9:
The 4th annual Girls Get WISE Science Retreat at UPEI provides girls with the opportunity to explore chemistry, engineering, and physics through fun hands-on workshops. Girls attending the retreat will also meet with women working in science and engineering to hear about their experiences.
Registration costs $10 (including lunch) and can be done online at
http://www.engineerspei.com/node/421

Art At Stonepark:
There will be a meeting in Mrs. Wilson’s room today at 12: 15 for students interested in doing an Art at Stonepark  fundraiser for Stonepark Gives Back. Cost is $20.00. Hope to see lots of talented artists sign up! Those who already signed up do not need to attend.

Band:
There will be a grade 7 band rehearsal today beginning at 12:35 in the band room.
Grade 8 early morning band will be held as usual tomorrow morning.
There will be a meeting for grade 9 band parents on Wednesday evening at 7:00 pm in the Stonepark band room.

Expression Group:
Expression group will meet today (Tuesday) with Mr Lall in (Staff room) at 3pm. Come and play games, arts and discussions with some snacks. We will make plans for the Arts Camp.

Anniversary to Confederation:
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the Speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons have launched a speech writing competition for Canadians aged 12 to 17. This national contest asks, “What does Parliament mean to you?” Young Canadians are invited to participate by submitting a written speech via our contest webpage.
Six finalists will win an all-expenses-paid trip to Ottawa in June 2017, where they will be recognized at a reception at Parliament and have an opportunity to meet the Speakers. The contest closes April 21, 2017.  Visit the contest webpage:

Desktop: www.facebook.com/PARLyouth/app/941345315938094/
Mobile: https://traffik.io/Q4sK.
For additional information, please contact the Parliament of Canada Information Service at 1-866-599-4999 or at info@parl.gc.ca.

Badminton:
There will be a badminton tryout for grade 9 boys & girls after school today from 3-4:30.
Grade 7 & 8 boys and girls will practice after school on Wednesday, 3-4:30.

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Monday – Day 4

Cafeteria:
Hot Chicken Bowl, Mashed Potato and Veg = $5.25
Grilled Cheese Soup or Wedges = $5.00

Industrial Arts:
There will be extra help on Wood’s side at 12:15.

Science Retreat For Girls Grades 7-9:
The 4th annual Girls Get WISE Science Retreat at UPEI provides girls with the opportunity to explore chemistry, engineering, and physics through fun hands-on workshops. Girls attending the retreat will also meet with women working in science and engineering to hear about their experiences.
Registration costs $10 (including lunch) and can be done online at
http://www.engineerspei.com/node/421

Library:
The library will not be open today as Mrs. Poirier is not in today, she will be in tomorrow.

Art At Stonepark:
There will be a meeting in Mrs. Wilson’s room today at 12:35 for students interested in doing an Art at Stonepark  fundraiser for Stonepark Gives Back. Cost is $20.00. Hope to see lots of talented artists sign up!

Pascal Math:
The individual results for the Pascal contest are in. Students who wrote the contest can stop in to Mr. Rooney’s room sometime for their result, while team results and certificates will be available at a later date.  Thank you to all who participated, and who attended the session with our guest speaker prior to the break.

Gauss Math Students:
All grade 8 Gauss Math students are asked to meet in the cafeteria period # 6 for their first practice session.

Anniversary to Confederation:
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the Speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons have launched a speech writing competition for Canadians aged 12 to 17. This national contest asks, “What does Parliament mean to you?” Young Canadians are invited to participate by submitting a written speech via our contest webpage.
Six finalists will win an all-expenses-paid trip to Ottawa in June 2017, where they will be recognized at a reception at Parliament and have an opportunity to meet the Speakers. The contest closes April 21, 2017.  Visit the contest webpage:
Desktop: www.facebook.com/PARLyouth/app/941345315938094/
Mobile: https://traffik.io/Q4sK
For additional information, please contact the Parliament of Canada Information Service at 1-866-599-4999 or at info@parl.gc.ca.

Spring Volleyball:
There will be a boys “Spring Volleyball” practice today from 4:30-5:45. Boys in grades 7 and 8 are welcome. Once you commit to the program there will be a fee charged through volleyball PEI.

Badminton:
Grade 7 & 8 boys and girls who have been invited to the second round of tryouts will tryout today after school from 3-4:30.  Please see the list which will be posted outside the gym at break time today.

 

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Friday, Day 3

March 17, 2017
Day 3

Cafeteria:
Lucky Charms Pancakes with a side of fruit – $5.25 or Hot Hamburger with your choice of side and veggie.   Hope everyone has a great March Break from Tracey and Nicole.

Lost & Found Table:
Students, -please check the lost and found table as everything on the table, if not picked up – will be gone by end of today

®Stonepark Gives Back:
The 2017 Stonepark Give Back cause has been voted on and decided. We will be supporting Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Thanks to all who nominated a cause. Today is St. Patricks Day and there will be some students doing face painting on the stage. Pay $1.00 and get a Lucky Charm painted on you for the day. All proceeds for Stonepark Gives Back.

®March Break Arts Camp:
There will be an Arts camp held from March 21 – 25 to help junior youth explore their various talents and abilities, create a space to nurture them and help and explore how to navigate what they would like to become in the future while contributing to the betterment of their community. The cost is just $10. Please check out our blog or posters in the lobby for more details. Applications are available in the office.

         Camp information :

Date : March 21st – March 25th

Time : 9:30 – 4pm.

Venue : 20 Lapthorne Ave : Bahai Centre (behind Birchwood School)

Age : 11 – 14 years

Activities: games, Art workshops(dance, drama, music, painting, origami,), sports, service projects in the community, exploring different talents and discussion on what they want to do in the future.

Cost : $10 (for materials) Scholarship available.

Registrationhttps://goo.gl/forms/VCIpPqKr1wGsmuCQ2

or call: 902-626-5206

– we must receive a filled copy of the attached registration form via email or at the day of the camp.

Library:

The library will not be open after school today. The winner of the library writing contest is Siobhan Armstrong from 8E. The winner of the art contest is Lauren MacMillan from 7L.   Come get your prizes at lunch!

 

AM Band Announcements

  • An information meeting for parents regarding the grade 9 band trip (scheduled for May 18th-19th) will be held on Wednesday, March 29th at 7:00 p.m. in the band room.
  • Please note that the next grade 7 band rehearsal will be held on Tuesday, March 28th from 12:35-1:15.
  • Grade 8 and 9 bands will follow the regular rehearsal schedule following March Break.

 

®Anniversary to Confederation:
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the Speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons have launched a speech writing competition for Canadians aged 12 to 17. This national contest asks, “What does Parliament mean to you?” Young Canadians are invited to participate by submitting a written speech via our contest webpage.
Six finalists will win an all-expenses-paid trip to Ottawa in June 2017, where they will be recognized at a reception at Parliament and have an opportunity to meet the Speakers. The contest closes April 21, 2017. Visit the contest webpage:

Desktop: www.facebook.com/PARLyouth/app/941345315938094/
Mobile: https://traffik.io/Q4sK

For additional information, please contact the Parliament of Canada Information Service at 1-866-599-4999 or at info@parl.gc.ca.

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Thursday – Day 2

Cafeteria:
Sweet & Sour Meatballs, Stir Fry Veggie, Bed of Rice = $5.25
Chicken Strips, Choice of side = $5.00

Library Monitor Meeting:
There will be a library monitor meeting for all library monitors during reading period, please attend.

Lost & Found Table:
Students, -please check the lost and found table as everything on the table, if not picked up – will be gone by tomorrow afternoon.

Stonepark Gives Back:
The 2017 Stonepark Give Back cause has been voted on and decided. We will be supporting Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Thanks to all who nominated a cause.  Friday is St. Patricks Day and there will be some students doing face painting on the stage. Pay $1.00 and get a Lucky Charm painted on you for the day.  All proceeds for Stonepark Gives Back.

March Break Arts Camp:
There will be an Arts camp held from March 21 – 25 to help junior youth explore their various talents and abilities, create a space to nurture them and help and explore how to navigate what they would like to become in the future while contributing to the betterment of their community. The cost is just $10. Please check out our blog or posters in the lobby for more details. Applications are available in the office.
          Camp information :
Date : March 21st – March 25th
Time : 9:30 – 4pm.
Venue : 20 Lapthorne Ave : Bahai Centre (behind Birchwood School)
Age : 11 – 14 years
Activities: games, Art workshops(dance, drama, music, painting, origami,), sports, service projects in the community, exploring different talents and discussion on what they want to do in the future.
Cost : $10 (for materials) Scholarship available.
Registrationhttps://goo.gl/forms/VCIpPqKr1wGsmuCQ2 or call: 902-626-5206
– we must receive a filled copy of the attached registration form via email or at the day of the camp.

Anniversary to Confederation:

To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the Speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons have launched a speech writing competition for Canadians aged 12 to 17. This national contest asks, “What does Parliament mean to you?” Young Canadians are invited to participate by submitting a written speech via our contest webpage.
Six finalists will win an all-expenses-paid trip to Ottawa in June 2017, where they will be recognized at a reception at Parliament and have an opportunity to meet the Speakers. The contest closes April 21, 2017.  Visit the contest webpage:
Desktop: www.facebook.com/PARLyouth/app/941345315938094/
Mobile: https://traffik.io/Q4sK
For additional information, please contact the Parliament of Canada Information Service at 1-866-599-4999 or at info@parl.gc.ca.

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Wednesday – Day 1

Cafeteria:
Beef Goulash, Caesar Salad & Garlic Bread = $5.25
Pizza Slice, Fruit Cup = $5.00

Welcome to Public Health Nurses and UPEI students which are here today for the grade 9 Health Expo.

Stonepark Gives Back:
The 2017 Stonepark Give Back cause has been voted on and decided. We will be supporting Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Thanks to all who nominated a cause.  Friday is St. Patricks Day and there will be some students doing face painting on the stage. Pay $1.00 and get a Lucky Charm painted on you for the day.  All proceeds for Stonepark Gives Back.

Grade 7 Students:
“Any grade 7 late immersion math students who have not written their fractions test, please go to Mrs Jeffery’s room at lunch to write it.”

March Break Arts Camp:
There will be an Arts camp held from March 21 – 25 to help junior youth explore their various talents and abilities, create a space to nurture them and help and explore how to navigate what they would like to become in the future while contributing to the betterment of their community. The cost is just $10. Please check out our blog or posters in the lobby for more details. Applications are available in the office.
          Camp information :
Date : March 21st – March 25th
Time : 9:30 – 4pm.
Venue : 20 Lapthorne Ave : Bahai Centre (behind Birchwood School)
Age : 11 – 14 years
Activities: games, Art workshops(dance, drama, music, painting, origami,), sports, service projects in the community, exploring different talents and discussion on what they want to do in the future.
Cost : $10 (for materials) Scholarship available.
Registrationhttps://goo.gl/forms/VCIpPqKr1wGsmuCQ2 or call: 902-626-5206
– we must receive a filled copy of the attached registration form via email or at the day of the camp.

Anniversary to Confederation:

To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the Speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons have launched a speech writing competition for Canadians aged 12 to 17. This national contest asks, “What does Parliament mean to you?” Young Canadians are invited to participate by submitting a written speech via our contest webpage.
Six finalists will win an all-expenses-paid trip to Ottawa in June 2017, where they will be recognized at a reception at Parliament and have an opportunity to meet the Speakers. The contest closes April 21, 2017.  Visit the contest webpage:
Desktop: www.facebook.com/PARLyouth/app/941345315938094/
Mobile: https://traffik.io/Q4sK
For additional information, please contact the Parliament of Canada Information Service at 1-866-599-4999 or at info@parl.gc.ca.

Girls Volleyball:
There will be girls spring volleyball today from 5-6:30.

Badminton:
Grade 7 & 8 boys will try-out today after school from 3 – 4:30.

Stonepark Curling:
REMINDER to all students in the Stonepark curling group that we will be heading down to the Charlottetown Curling Club for our last outing of the year. If you are unable to make it, please let Mme Reid know. Please be at the back gym doors and ready to go for 3:05 today!

 

 

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