Thurs. – Day 2

Cafeteria:
Lasagna, Caesar Salad and Garlic Bread
Friday’s Special: Bacon Cheeseburger & Fries

Band:
-A reminder to students and staff that there will be concert
for grade 6 students in the cafeteria tomorrow from 10:45
until 11:45.  Jazz band members are asked to come to the
cafeteria at 10:00 for a sound check and run-through. 
Grade 9 band students should be in the cafeteria in 
uniform with instruments at 10:35.
-All outstanding band skills (excluding the current skills)
 are due today. The band room will be open during the lunch break.
-There will be an early morning Jazz Band rehearsal tomorrow (Friday)
-A grade 9 band parents meeting will be held tonight (February 26th) at 7:00 p.m. Parents and/or guardians in attendance will have the opportunity to ask questions about the upcoming grade 9 band trip to Nova Scotia (May 14-15).  A meeting agenda and a trip itinerary which includes a cost outline can be found on the band blog.

Ski trip #2 to Brookvale:
Will take place after school tomorrow ( Friday, February 27th) Forms and info sheets are available outside Madame Horrelt and Madame Labelle’ classes. Come on out and enjoy a night outdoors, have fun in all of this wonderful snow!”

CPF Summer Camps: 
Students interested in learning more about the summer camp offerings in St. Pierre et Miquelon, and Les Iles de la Madelaine can find further information in the main office.

PEI Bridgebuilding Contest:
Any students interested in participating in the Engineers PEI Bridgebuilding Contest can come to the office for further details. Deadline for registration is March 5th.

Media Camp:
Murphy’s Centre will be hosting a media camp for students aged 11-14 on Feb 28th and March 1st. The focus of this camp is on the impact of media on your thoughts and behaviors. Further information can be found on the bulletin board in the foyer.

 

 

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Wed. – Day 1

Cafeteria:
Build Your Own Sub
Thurs.’s Special: Lasagna, Caesar Salad and Garlic Bread

Band:

1. A reminder to students and staff that there will be concert
    for grade 6 students in the cafeteria tomorrow from 10:45
    until 11:45.  Jazz band members are asked to come to the
    cafeteria at 10:00 for a sound check and run-through. 
    Grade 9 band students should be in the cafeteria in 
    uniform with instruments at 10:35.
2. All outstanding band skills (excluding the current skills)
    are due today. 

“Ski trip #2 to Brookvale:
Will take place after school on Friday, February 27th. Forms and info sheets are available outside Madame Horrelt and Madame Labelle’ classes. Come on out and enjoy a night outdoors, have fun in all of this wonderful snow!”

CPF Summer Camps:
 
Students interested in learning more about the summer camp offerings in St. Pierre et Miquelon, and Les Iles de la Madelaine can find further information in the main office.

PEI Bridgebuilding Contest:

Any students interested in participating in the Engineers PEI Bridgebuilding Contest can come to the office for further details. Deadline for registration is March 5th.

Media Camp:
Murphy’s Centre will be hosting a media camp for students aged 11-14 on Feb 28th and March 1st. The focus of this camp is on the impact of media on your thoughts and behaviors. Further information can be found on the bulletin board in the foyer.

Girls A Basketball:
The girls A basketball team finished their season yesterday with a tough loss against a strong Montague team 24-40. Maria Mullally led the team with a season-high 17 points and controlled the play most of the game for the Tigers. Lila Willdey also scored her elusive 3-Pointer in her last game as a Tiger and Sarah Cheverie also had 4 points. Your coaches are proud of all of you girls! Congratulations on a great season!

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Tues. – Day 6

Cafeteria:
Tues’s.: BBQ Pulled Pork on a Kaiser Bun & Rice
Wed.’s Special: Build Your Own Sub

National Pink Shirt Day:
Students and staff are reminded that tomorrow, Wednesday, is National Pink Shirt Day. This event is an important one in the promotion of anti-bullying, and we ask all students and staff to wear pink in support of this worthwhile cause.

Ski trip #2 to Brookvale:
Will take place after school on Friday, February 27th. Forms and info sheets are available outside Madame Horrelt and Madame Labelle’ classes. Come on out and enjoy a night outdoors, have fun in all of this wonderful snow!”

Canadian Parents for French – PEI:
Our conversation session with the late immersion grade 7 students, will resume tomorrow ( Wednesday 25th.) after school

CPF Summer Camps: 
Students interested in learning more about the summer camp offerings in St. Pierre et Miquelon, and Les Iles de la Madelaine can find further information in the main office.

PEI Bridgebuilding Contest:
Any students interested in participating in the Engineers PEI Bridgebuilding Contest can come to the office for further details. Deadline for registration is March 5th.

 Media Camp: Murphy’s Centre will be hosting a media camp for students aged 11-14 on Feb 28th and March 1st. The focus of this camp is on the impact of media on your thoughts and behaviors. Further information can be found on the bulletin board in the foyer.

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Mon. – Day 5

Cafeteria:
Chinese Food
Tues’s. Special: BBQ Pulled Pork on a Kaiser Bun & Rice
*** Chloe Benoit in Gr. 9 – is the winner of a free lunch for guessing the candies in the jar.

Welcome Pre-Service Teachers:
We would like to welcome the following pre-service teachers from UPEI who will be with us the next little while: Ferran Brown will be with Mr. Aiken, and Ryan Lloyd will be with Mr. Chaisson until May 6th. Nick Ramsay will be with Mr. MacEachern and Jennifer Vessey will be with Mme. Carver until April 2nd. We wish these pre-service teachers all the best during their practice teaching experience and hope that it serves them well in their professional growth.

“Ski trip #2 to Brookvale:
Will take place after school on Friday, February 27th. Forms and info sheets are available outside Madame Horrelt and Madame Labelle’ classes. Come on out and enjoy a night outdoors, have fun in all of this wonderful snow!”

Canadian Parents for French – PEI:
Our conversation session with the late immersion grade 7 students, will resume this Wednesday (25th.) after school

CPF Summer Camps: 
Students interested in learning more about the summer camp offerings in St. Pierre et Miquelon, and Les Iles de la Madelaine can find further information in the main office.

Duke of Edinburgh Students:
Please, please pass in your completed Duke books as soon as possible to Ms. Smith-MacPhail.

Students:

There will be extra help in I.A at lunch time. Mr MacDonald’s side only.

Girls A Basketball Practice:
Girls A will practice tonight at 6:45-8pm

PEI Bridgebuilding Contest:
Any students interested in participating in the Engineers PEI Bridgebuilding Contest can come to the office for further details. Deadline for registration is March 5th.

Crime Stoppers 2015 “Pink Shirt Day” Logo Design Contest:
Students interested in submitting an entry for the Crime Stoppers “Pink Shirt Day” logo contest can come to the office to find out more information. Great prizes being offered once again this year and it is a good way to create awareness for anti-bullying in our schools.

 

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Monday will be Day 5

Finally, we get to see Day 5 tomorrow (Monday)!

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Fri. – Day 4

Cafeteria:
Fri.’s Special: Build Your Own Burger & Fries

Yearbook:
Yearbooks will be on sale today (Friday) in the lobby at noon. There are a limited number (78 to be exact) of books available for sale don’t miss out. Cost is $30 or $35 for personalized.

Duke of Edinburgh Students:
Completed Duke books are now due to be passed.  Please get them to Ms. Smith-MacPhail ASAP or see her with any questions

Pink T-Shirts:
Stonepark will be selling pink t-shirts to be worn on National Pink T-Shirt Day on Feb. 25th. Cost is $10.00 with $2.00 from the sale of each shirt going to SGB (Stonepark Gives Back) 2015. Leadership students will be going to homeroom classes during Reading Period if you would like to buy one.

Crime Stoppers 2015 “Pink Shirt Day” Logo Design Contest:
Students interested in submitting an entry for the Crime Stoppers “Pink Shirt Day” logo contest can come to the office to find out more information. Great prizes being offered once again this year and it is a good way to create awareness for anti-bullying in our schools.

Boys A Basketball:
The Stonepark Tigers Boys A Basketball Team hosted our final season game versus East Wiltshire last night. Our boys got off to a 16-0 lead after the 1st quarter and never looked back winning by a final score of 58-18. With this win, our boys secured a 2nd place finish heading in the playoffs, a bye for the first round and home court advantage for the Zone Semi finals scheduled for next Thursday. Our regular season ended with a record of 8 Wins and 1 Loss. Scorers for Stonepark were: Kyle Hillier – 20 points and 4 rebounds, Donovan Ching – 19 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists , Devon Keaveny – 14 points and 5 rebounds, Aiden McBurney and Ben Gillis with 2 points each and Michael Coombs – 1 point with his “new and improved” free throw routine.
Next practice is Saturday from 8:00am-10:00am. Best of luck in the playoffs!!

Girls AA Basketball:
The AA girls started slow…and I mean really slow…against East Wiltshire last night in league play.  They finished strong, however, winning 62-19.  Top scorers were Devon Lawlor with 18, Sam Silliphant with 14, and Lauren Reid with 11.  Top rebounders were Lauren Reid with 7, Sophie Deighan with 6, and Brynn Essery and Devon Lawlor with 5 each.  The girls hope to have all 12 girls back in action for their final league game at Queen Charlotte on Tuesday.

Orchestra:
After school Orchestra is cancelled for today.

 

 

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Thursday – Day 3

Cafeteria:
Soft Beef Taco & Mexican Rice
Fri.’s Special: Build Your Own Burger & Fries

Band:

1)There will be an early morning  jazz band rehearsal tomorrow morning beginning at 7:45
2) Any grade 7 band student who has signed up, or is interested in signing up, for a lesson with a peer helper this week is asked to meet Mrs. Peters for 5 minutes at the
beginning of morning break. 
3)Band students are reminded that overdue skills must be completed this week.  The band room is closed today during the lunch break, but it will be open tomorrow.

Yearbook:
Yearbooks will be on sale today and Friday in the lobby at noon. There are a limited number (78 to be exact) of books available for sale don’t miss out. Cost is $30 or $35 for personalized.

Industrial Arts:
There will be extra help in I.A at lunch time. Mr MacDonald’s side only.

Chess Club:
Chess club today at 12:15 in Mme Matheson’s room. 

Glee Club:
Stonepark is forming  a Glee Club for students who are interested in getting together to share their love of music and singing. There will be an initial meeting held today at 12:30 in the TPC House 7. An overview of the club will be provided at this time.

Duke of Edinburgh Students:
Completed Duke books are now due to be passed.  Please get them to Ms. Smith-MacPhail ASAP or see her with any questions

Pink T-Shirts:
Stonepark will be selling pink t-shirts to be worn on National Pink T-Shirt Day on Feb. 25th. Cost is $10.00 with $2.00 from the sale of each shirt going to SGB (Stonepark Gives Back) 2015. Leadership students will be going to homeroom classes during Reading Period if you would like to buy one.

Sweater Day:
Today is National Sweater Day. Remember, less emissions from our heat sources means cleaner air to breathe. Teachers, you may nominate your homeroom as the class with the Coziest sweaters or the class with the most Colourful sweaters. Please email Mrs. Burry your nomination after the announcements and the Green Team will decide on the winner.

Crime Stoppers 2015 “Pink Shirt Day” Logo Design Contest:
Students interested in submitting an entry for the Crime Stoppers “Pink Shirt Day” logo contest can come to the office to find out more information. Great prizes being offered once again this year and it is a good way to create awareness for anti-bullying in our schools.

Girls A
There will be a practice tonight at 5:30-7pm?

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