Thursday – Day 2

Cafeteria:
Pulled Pork and your choice of side

Stonepark Christmas Dinner:
Our Christmas dinner this year will be held on Dec. 15th.  Tickets for the dinner will go on sale starting Monday, December 5th and the cut of date to purchase tickets will be Dec. 12th.
Dinner this year is:
Festive Roast Turkey, Fresh Cranberries, Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Vegetables, Milk.  And for dessert we will be having Apple Crisp.  The cost of the Christmas Dinner is $6.50 per ticket.

Hour of Code:
This year’s Hour of Code, 2016 is quickly approaching and we invite you to take part in this K-12 international event that is held in conjunction with Computer Science Week, December 5-11 The Hour of Code offers learning resources from K-12 in areas from coding your own game, creating animations, and video coding. No experience is needed, all resources and tools are provided for this initiative. They are available in French as well. We encourage you check out the Coding Resources link on our website and to join in the Hour of Code event.

Reminder:
There will be math tutoring today (Thursday) after school in the library from 3:30 – 5:00 pm.  This is open to all students.

Library:
The library will not be open today (Thursday) after school, as Ms. Poirier is on a field trip with leadership.

Science Fair:
Due to the snow day yesterday, the deadline to apply for Science Fair will be moved to Monday, December 5th instead. If you would still like to register for the fair, please see Mme Reid today. All interested participants need to return their completed, and signed registration form to Mme Reid at reading period on Monday. We will meet in the library during reading period for a brief meeting. All interested students must be there.

Chess Club:
Chess Club will meet at noon in Rm 108 today.

Band:

ALL GRADE 8 STUDENTS ARE ASKED TO COME TO THE BAND ROOM FOR A BAND CLINIC DURING PERIOD 1. PLEASE BRING INSTRUMENTS AND MUSIC!!!

Off Grounds:
Students who go off grounds at lunch are asked to please refrain from entering Ellis Bros Shopping Centre as they make their way to and from the local restaurants. There are some businesses there that are being disrupted by the noise of students passing through.   We thank you for your co-operation with this matter.

Tutor Table:
A few grade 9 leadership students are starting tutoring support in the library today.  They will be there on Days 2, 4, & 6, during lunch, to help you with your school work.  Maybe you need help with math, or someone to look over some writing you have done, maybe you just need a hand with organizing your binder, they can do that and more!  Look for the tutoring table sign to find them.

Bookmark Contest:
We will be having the bookmark contest this week. All entries are due today (December the 1st) by the end of the day.  Winners will be announced the following week.  First prize will be $40, 2nd prize $30, and 3rd prize $20.  Students are welcome to get a bookmark template from the library today.  On that note, Ms. Poirier would like to apologize to everyone for not having an awesome Read-In Week planned this year, but promises to have some fun activities throughout the year.  If you have a suggestion for one of those fun activities, feel free to let Ms. Poirier know.

 Fundraising / Camden MacLeod:
Camden has now started his fundraising, and it will be ending the day before Christmas Break (Dec. 21st.) Camden and a couple of his buddies, Adam El Bahh and Tyler Heggie will be running on the treadmill every morning and lunch break. Camden will be accepting toys, as well as cash donations with all proceeds going to families in need.

Tiger Trolley:
Our school store on wheels, the Tiger Trolley, now sells earbuds/headphones for $3.00 and please note that calculators now cost $3.50. The Trolley is open in the upstairs lobby during morning break for all your school supply needs.

Congratulations:
The Phys. Ed. Staff would like to congratulate everyone who participated in the 88th annual Stonepark Lunch time Volleyball League.  Special thanks to those students who took time out of there lunch to referee or keep score.  And an extra special thanks to teachers who came down to play or cheer on their favorite team.

Girls Field Hockey:
Would members of the girls field hockey team meet in the gym at morning break to pick sizes for the clothing order.

Boys A Basketball:
The Stonepark Tigers Boys A Basketball Team played their first game of the season at home on Tuesday evening vs East Wiltshire. Our boys lead 7-4 after the first quarter and were down 15-18 at half time. Following a much stronger 2nd half in which we outscored our opponent 25-9, we won by a final score of 40-27. All 15 players entered the game. Scorers for Stonepark were: William Muhanmode (10 points), Hudson Robertson (9 points), Ethan Sprague (6 points), Tate Brazil (5 points), David Drake (4 points) and Tyson Laybolt, Will MacDougall and Steven Liu (2 points each). Great team effort!! Our next practice is Wednesday from 6:30pm-8:15pm and our next game is at Gulf Shore at 4:30pm on Thursday.

The AA Girls Basketball Team:
Girls got off to a strong start with a win 60-20 win at East Wiltshire. Top scorers were Devon Lawlor with 11, Sydney Lawlor with 10, and Dara McCabe with 10. Amy Plaggenhoef and Jillian Kelly-Murphy pitched in with 7 each. Top rebounders were Devon Lawlor and Jillian Kelly-Murphy with 5. All players scored, including 7 who were playing their first AA basketball game. The girls are off to the Summerside Tip-off Tournament this weekend. Good luck!

Girl’s A Basketball and Red Shirts:
Please meet in 7F Mme. Jeffery’s classroom at 10:20 (break time).

 

 

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Hour of Code

This year’s Hour of Code, 2016 is quickly approaching and we invite you to take part in this K-12 international event that is held in conjunction with Computer Science Week, December 5-11 The Hour of Code offers learning resources from K-12 in areas from coding your own game, creating animations, and video coding. No experience is needed, all resources and tools are provided for this initiative. They are available in French as well. We encourage you check out the Coding Resources link on our website and to join in the Hour of Code event.

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Wednesday – Day 2

Cafeteria:
Closed for today

Stonepark Christmas Dinner:
Our Christmas dinner this year will be held on Dec. 15th.  Tickets for the dinner will go on sale starting Monday, December 5th and the cut of date to purchase tickets will be Dec. 12th.
Dinner this year is:
Festive Roast Turkey, Fresh Cranberries, Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Vegetables, Milk.  And for dessert we will be having Apple Crisp.  The cost of the Christmas Dinner is $6.50 per ticket.

Hour of Code:
This year’s Hour of Code, 2016 is quickly approaching and we invite you to take part in this K-12 international event that is held in conjunction with Computer Science Week, December 5-11 The Hour of Code offers learning resources from K-12 in areas from coding your own game, creating animations, and video coding. No experience is needed, all resources and tools are provided for this initiative. They are available in French as well. We encourage you check out the Coding Resources link on our website and to join in the Hour of Code event.

Reminder:
There will be math tutoring tomorrow (Thursday) after school in the library from 3:30 – 5:00 pm.  This is open to all students.

Library:
The library will not be open today due to storm (Wednesday) and tomorrow (Thursday) after school, as Ms. Poirier is on a field trip with leadership.

Science Fair:
Reminder to all those who would like to participate in this year’s science fair, that you can still pick up a registration form from Mme Reid (upstairs House 8) until the end of the day on Wednesday.
On Thursday, during reading period ALL science fair participants need to meet Mme Reid in the library for a quick meeting during Reading Period! Please bring your completed registration form with you to the library on Thursday.

Off Grounds:
Students who go off grounds at lunch are asked to please refrain from entering Ellis Bros Shopping Centre as they make their way to and from the local restaurants. There are some businesses there that are being disrupted by the noise of students passing through.   We thank you for your co-operation with this matter.

Tutor Table:
A few grade 9 leadership students are starting tutoring support in the library today.  They will be there on Days 2, 4, & 6, during lunch, to help you with your school work.  Maybe you need help with math, or someone to look over some writing you have done, maybe you just need a hand with organizing your binder, they can do that and more!  Look for the tutoring table sign to find them.

Bookmark Contest:
We will be having the bookmark contest this week. All entries are due on December the 1st (Thursday) by the end of the day.  Winners will be announced the following week.  First prize will be $40, 2nd prize $30, and 3rd prize $20.  Students are welcome to get a bookmark template from the library today.  On that note, Ms. Poirier would like to apologize to everyone for not having an awesome Read-In Week planned this year, but promises to have some fun activities throughout the year.  If you have a suggestion for one of those fun activities, feel free to let Ms. Poirier know.    

Fundraising / Camden MacLeod:
Camden has now started his fundraising, and it will be ending the day before Christmas Break (Dec. 21st.) Camden and a couple of his buddies, Adam El Bahh and Tyler Heggie will be running on the treadmill every morning and lunch break. Camden will be accepting toys, as well as cash donations with all proceeds going to families in need.

Tiger Trolley:
Our school store on wheels, the Tiger Trolley, now sells earbuds/headphones for $3.00 and please note that calculators now cost $3.50. The Trolley is open in the upstairs lobby during morning break for all your school supply needs.

Congratulations:
The Phys. Ed. Staff would like to congratulate everyone who participated in the 88th annual Stonepark Lunch time Volleyball League.  Special thanks to those students who took time out of there lunch to referee or keep score.  And an extra special thanks to teachers who came down to play or cheer on their favorite team.

Boys A Basketball:
The Stonepark Tigers Boys A Basketball Team played their first game of the season at home on Tuesday evening vs East Wiltshire. Our boys lead 7-4 after the first quarter and were down 15-18 at half time. Following a much stronger 2nd half in which we outscored our opponent 25-9, we won by a final score of 40-27. All 15 players entered the game. Scorers for Stonepark were: William Muhanmode (10 points), Hudson Robertson (9 points), Ethan Sprague (6 points), Tate Brazil (5 points), David Drake (4 points) and Tyson Laybolt, Will MacDougall and Steven Liu (2 points each). Great team effort!! Our next practice is Wednesday from 6:30pm-8:15pm and our next game is at Gulf Shore at 4:30pm on Thursday.

The AA Girls Basketball Team:
Girls got off to a strong start with a win 60-20 win at East Wiltshire. Top scorers were Devon Lawlor with 11, Sydney Lawlor with 10, and Dara McCabe with 10. Amy Plaggenhoef and Jillian Kelly-Murphy pitched in with 7 each. Top rebounders were Devon Lawlor and Jillian Kelly-Murphy with 5. All players scored, including 7 who were playing their first AA basketball game. The girls are off to the Summerside Tip-off Tournament this weekend. Good luck!

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Tuesday – Day 1

Cafeteria:
2 Beef Tacos with your choice of side

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

Off Grounds:
Students who go off grounds at lunch are asked to please refrain from entering Ellis Bros Shopping Centre as they make their way to and from the local restaurants. There are some businesses there that are being disrupted by the noise of students passing through.   We thank you for your co-operation with this matter.

Tutor Table:
A few grade 9 leadership students are starting tutoring support in the library today.  They will be there on Days 2, 4, & 6, during lunch, to help you with your school work.  Maybe you need help with math, or someone to look over some writing you have done, maybe you just need a hand with organizing your binder, they can do that and more!  Look for the tutoring table sign to find them.

Bookmark Contest:
We will be having the bookmark contest this week. All entries are due on December the 1st (Thursday) by the end of the day.  Winners will be announced the following week.  First prize will be $40, 2nd prize $30, and 3rd prize $20.  Students are welcome to get a bookmark template from the library today.  On that note, Ms. Poirier would like to apologize to everyone for not having an awesome Read-In Week planned this year, but promises to have some fun activities throughout the year.  If you have a suggestion for one of those fun activities, feel free to let Ms. Poirier know.

 Fundraising / Camden MacLeod:
Camden has now started his fundraising, and it will be ending the day before Christmas Break (Dec. 21st.) Camden and a couple of his buddies, Adam El Bahh and Tyler Heggie will be running on the treadmill every morning and lunch break. Camden will be accepting toys, as well as cash donations with all proceeds going to families in need.

Tiger Trolley:
Our school store on wheels, the Tiger Trolley, now sells earbuds/headphones for $3.00 and please note that calculators now cost $3.50. The Trolley is open in the upstairs lobby during morning break for all your school supply needs.

Teacher Volleyball Team:
Plays in the Finals tomorrow (Tuesday) at 12:45.  There are always spots on the roster, or come down and heckle the opposition.

Championship Tuesday Lunch Time Volleyball:
Game 4             12:25-12:35      Team Ballyball vs. Panthers
B Division Final 12:35-12:45   Chawies’Children vs. Winner of Game 4
A Division Final  12:45-12:55   Bump Set Smash vs. Teachers

Basketball A Team:
Would members of the boys “A” basketball team see Mrs. Steele at morning break for uniforms.

Girls AA Basketball Team:
Taxis for the “AA” girls basketball team will  pick players up at the back doors at 3:10.  If any “AA” boys need a ride to East Wiltshire for today’s game see Mrs. Steele by morning break.

 

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Monday – Day 6

Cafeteria:
Spaghetti with garlic bread

Off Grounds:
Students who go off grounds at lunch are asked to please refrain from entering Ellis Bros Shopping Centre as they make their way to and from the local restaurants. There are some businesses there that are being disrupted by the noise of students passing through.   We thank you for your co-operation with this matter.

Sledge Hockey:
Reminder to students, please give $2.00 to your homeroom teacher today, for the upcoming Sledge Hockey tournament coming soon.

Leadership:
Ms.Poirier would like to meet with all leadership students today during Reading Period.

Drama:
Play practice today for Katie Shaw, Brandon MacKinnon, Aiden Campbell, Cloe MacLean and Natalie MacLean, 1235 in Mr. Pendergast’s room.

Tutor Table:

A few grade 9 leadership students are starting tutoring support in the library today.  They will be there on Days 2, 4, & 6, during lunch, to help you with your school work.  Maybe you need help with math, or someone to look over some writing you have done, maybe you just need a hand with organizing your binder, they can do that and more!  Look for the tutoring table sign to find them.

Bookmark Contest:
We will be having the bookmark contest this week. All entries are due on December the 1st (Thursday) by the end of the day.  Winners will be announced the following week.  First prize will be $40, 2nd prize $30, and 3rd prize $20.  Students are welcome to get a bookmark template from the library today.  On that note, Ms. Poirier would like to apologize to everyone for not having an awesome Read-In Week planned this year, but promises to have some fun activities throughout the year.  If you have a suggestion for one of those fun activities, feel free to let Ms. Poirier know.

 Fundraising / Camden MacLeod:
Camden has now started his fundraising, and it will be ending the day before Christmas Break (Dec. 21st.) Camden and a couple of his buddies, Adam El Bahh and Tyler Heggie will be running on the treadmill everying morning and lunch break. Camden will be accepting toys, as well as cash donations with all proceeds going to families in need.

Tiger Trolley:
Our school store on wheels, the Tiger Trolley, now sells earbuds/headphones for $3.00 and please note that calculators now cost $3.50. The Trolley is open in the upstairs lobby during morning break for all your school supply needs.

Chess Club:
Chess Club will meet today in Rm 108. All those interested in participating in a round robin tournament should attend.

Girls A Basketball Team:
Girls A basketball team listed on gym door. Please check that you practice tonight. Thank you to all who tried out.

Lunch time Volleyball Playoffs:
Monday Nov 28 Playoffs Semi Finals
Game 1             12:25-12:35      Bump Set Smash  vs.  Team Extreme
Game 2             12:35-12:45      Chawie’s Children  vs. Strikers
Game 3             12:45-12:55      All Dressed Crispers vs. Teachers

Tuesday Nov 29   Playoff Semi Finals and Finals:
Game 4                 12:25-12:35      Team Ballyball vs. Panthers
B Division Final 12:35-12:45      Winner of Game 2 vs. Winner of Game 4
A Division Final  12:45-12:55      Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 3

 

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Mannequin Challenge

9A and 9B students decided to get in on the action of the viral internet video craze called the Mannequin Challenge where they remain frozen in action like mannequins while the video is recorded.

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Friday – Day 5

Cafeteria:
Sweet & Sour Meatball Stir Fry

WeDay Meeting:
WeDay meeting today at Reading Period in the Library

Sledge Hockey:
Reminder to students, please bring a $2.00 to your homeroom teacher for the Sledge Hockey tournament which will be coming soon.  We want to have this money by Monday morning.

Needlecraft Club:

Needlecraft will take place today at 12:20 in the library.

Leadership:
Ms.Poirier would like to meet with the Friendship Group and the Seasonal Committee on Monday during reading period.

Tutor Table:
A few grade 9 leadership students are starting tutoring support in the library on Monday.  They will be there on Days 2, 4, & 6, during lunch, to help you with your school work.  Maybe you need help with math, or someone to look over some writing you have done, maybe you just need a hand with organizing your binder, they can do that and more!  Look for the tutoring table sign to find them.

Bookmark Contest:
We will be having the bookmark contest next week. All entries are due on December the 1st (Thursday) by the end of the day.  Winners will be announced the following week.  First prize will be $40, 2nd prize $30, and 3rd prize $20.  Students are welcome to get a bookmark template from the library today.  On that note, Ms. Poirier would like to apologize to everyone for not having an awesome Read-In Week planned this year, but promises to have some fun activities throughout the year.  If you have a suggestion for one of those fun activities, feel free to let Ms. Poirier know.

 Fundraising / Camden MacLeod:
Camden has now started his fundraising, and it will be ending the day before Christmas Break (Dec. 21st.) Camden and a couple of his buddies, Adam El Bahh and Tyler Heggie will be running on the treadmill everying morning and lunch break. Camden will be accepting toys, as well as cash donations with all proceeds going to families in need.

Tiger Trolley:
Our school store on wheels, the Tiger Trolley, now sells earbuds/headphones for $3.00 and please note that calculators now cost $3.50. The Trolley is open in the upstairs lobby during morning break for all your school supply needs.

Lunch time volleyball:
12:35-12:45  Fast n’ Furious vs. Chawesies’s Children
12:35-12:45  Strikers vs. Fast n’ Furious 2.0
12:45-12:55  Strikers vs. Team Panthers

AA Girls Soccer:
Meeting at morning break in the gym.  Thank you

Todays indoor Soccer Games:
12:25-12:35 All Dressed Crispers vs. Team Extreme
12:35-12:45 Fast n’ Furious 2.0 vs. Panthers
12:45-12:55 Team BallyBall vs. Panthers

Girl’s A Basketball:
Final tryout Saturday, Nov. 26th. @ 1:30 – 3:00 pm in school gym for all girls listed in morning announcements.
Thank you to all the girls who came to the earlier tryouts!

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