Wed. Day 6

1. Cafeteria Special: Make Your Own Sub

2. Table Tennis: The next table tennis tournament will be held on Tuesday, October 25th from 3-4. All interested participants must sign up outside Mr. Dunn’s class bottom floor house 8. All are welcome!

3. Storm Basketball Game: Any students interested in free tickets to an exhibition game for the Summerside Storm basketball team on Oct 26th are asked to pick up a voucher in the office.

4. Cadets: Grade 7 students interested in being part of Cadets are asked to attend a presentation in the cafeteria during Reading Period today. The presentation will last about 15 minutes and is designed to provide potentially interested students with some background on the program. This session is for Grade 7 students only.

5. Stonepark Grade 7 Origami Club: The first meeting of the Stonepark Origami Club will take place on Wednesday at 12:30 in Mr. Shellington’s room, upstairs in the grade 7 house. The club is open to any grade 7 students who are interested in learning or sharing ideas about origami. No experience is needed. This club is open to grade 7 students only.

6. Team Tiger: Meeting today @ 12:35

7. Girls Field Hockey: Our girls field hockey team finished their regular season with a win against East Wiltshire by a score of 2-0. It was a bit of a slow start but the girls picked it up and went into the half with a 1-0 lead on a goal from rookie Ashley fitzpatrick. Sarah Steele added the insurance goal late in the 2nd. Jacklyn MacKinnon had the win in net. Solid play from Kathleen Bergin, Abbey MacLellan and Karleigh McEwen kept Stonepark in charge of the game. The girls head into their playoff games next week with a semi final game against Summerside on Tuesday and the provincial championship games on Thursday. The team will practice today from 3:00 to 4:15.

8. Girls AA Soccer: Mr. Dunn and Mr. Chaisson would like to thank the girls AA soccer team for their tremendous effort this year on the pitch. The girls lost in a shootout in a hard fought and exciting battle against Birchwood .Bailey Walker played great in net and Carly Connell and Maive MacNally both scored for the tigers. The girls had a couple of great chances in overtime, but were unable to find the back of the net. Once again great effort and thanks for the great season.

9. Girls A Soccer: The girls ‘A’ soccer team had a tough game yesterday against Gulf Shore which ended their season a little early. The coaches would like to thank all the girls for their dedication, patience and leadership. A special shout out goes to the graduating grade 9 students, Hailey VanIderstien, Emma Nagule, Maddy Burge, Margaret Cameron and Hannah Doirion. The rocking 8’s were led by Keira Jones, Lindsay Burgoyne, Allie MacKenzie, Clara Ready and Sam Gallant-MacNeil. The mighty 7’s
were Tess Lyons, Ellie Langston, Kelly Macardle, Lara Mullally,
Amelia Webber, Tori Fitzpatrick, Kate Bartlett, Andrea Coady, Maddy Neufer and Cici Clark. Thanks for a great season girls and we look forward to next year!!!!

10. Boys Soccer Team: Yesterday, our boys soccer team defeated Birchwood by a score of 6-0. Scoring for the Tigers was: Blake Dejong, Sebastien Cormier, Noah Bitar, James Foster, Dylan MacDonald, and Jason Poley. Alex Hambly played well in the net in his first start. Good Luck to the boys in the future.

11. Library: Would all library monitors go to the library at Reading Period today. Teachers a reminder to sign your class up for a visit to the book fair next week

12.Student Elections: Student elections are coming up soon. We ask students to start thinking about putting their name forth as a candidate for president. Students looking to be president must have already served on student government ( as a student rep) or on the student social committee. These students must also be prepared to make a speech in about two weeks time (more specific dates and details will follow on Monday). Students interested in being student government president can see Mrs. Carmichael in house 9.

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