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Morning Announcements for February 9, 2018

Friday, February 09, 2018
Friday, February 09, 2018
Monday, February 12, 2018

This is a reminder to all members of the improv team to meet in the drama room at the end of lunch for our online wildcard performance during periods 3 and 4. Come wearing your jersey or team t-shirt! 

Remember to bring in permission forms for Saturday’s prelim competition in Woodbridge. 

Latin Club is meeting today at lunch in room 309. Come see Ms. Weidmark if you are interested in going to Spring Certamen on Tues Feb 27th.

The Enviro-action team will be meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 303.  Hope to see you there!

Last night our Junior Girls Volleyball team ended the regular season strong with a convincing 3 sets to zero win over Innisdale. Jamie Buck played huge at the net while Krystal Priddle dominated with her serves.  That win gets the Nighthawks home court advantage for our first playoff game on Monday. Great work girls and good luck. 

Would the following students please see Mrs. Hollinger in Guidance sometime today?

Kelsey B.

Jaz B.

Malcolm E.

Karley S.

Kelisha W.

The Nordic Ski Team competed in the Mayfield Invitational at Duntroon yesterday.  As a final tune up before the GB championship skiers tested themselves against a challenging course.  Maeve Conaghan finished in 6th place in the Junior Girls Open category while the performance of the day goes to Audrey Rieckenberg for winning the Junior Girls High School race! This is Audrey's second win of the season.  Congrats to all skiers and good luck next week at GBSSAs!

Any students going on the trip to Twin Lakes this afternoon with Ms. Penfold should leave their Period 3 class at 12:40 to come and catch the bus.  Any student who has not handed in their permission form should come to 217 after announcements.

Sr. Girls Volleyball

Once again this week the senior girls volleyball team was victorious with their 3 games to 0 win over Innnisdale Secondary School yesterday evening.  That victory leaves the girls with a 7 and 1 record for the SCAA league and a 21 and 3 season record to date.

Next action for the girls will be next week with their opening playoff game, with the date to be announced soon.

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