1. Cafeteria Special: Baked Homemade Mac & Cheese
2. Cell Phones: Do you have old cell phones lying around and you don’t know what to do with them? Your problem is solved. Bring them in to Mrs. Ramsay’s classroom at reading period and drop them in our blue bucket outside the door. Teachers could also collect these in their own homeroom and leave them with Mrs. Ramsay at their convenience. We are recycling as many cell phones as we can. We’d love to have every student bring one in! We want to be the top province in this event. Thank you!
3. UPEI Music Department: On Friday, Oct. 28th & Saturday, Oct. 29th from 7-10pm, the UPEI Music Department will once again host their annual Haunted House. This year’s event features new and improved layout that is sure to give you a Halloween fright! As usual, the Haunted House takes place in the ominous halls and rooms of the Dr. Steel Memorial Building on the UPEI campus, with all proceeds going towards the Music Department.
Cost is $5 and includes free hot chocolate. Come start off your Halloween by braving the terror of the unknown… if you dare! *WARNING: This haunted house is NOT recommended for young children.
4. Library: Yesterday’s winner of the book quote was Shelby Hill. Please go to the library to pick up your prize.
Today’s quote is:
“He was not the same. The plane passing changed him, the disappointment cut him down and made him new. He was not the same and would never be again like he had been. That was one of the true things, the new things. And the other one was that he would not die, he would not let death in again.” Go to the library and enter your answer
5. Girls Volleyball: Girls Volleyball Team was defeated by Queen Charlotte by 3-0, and there will be a practice today from 3:10 – 4:30 pm.
6. Girls Soccer Team: Could the girls from the A Soccer Team please pass in their uniforms to Mrs.Lyons as soon as possible. Also, if anyone still owes fees please see Mrs. Lyons today.
7. Girls Field Hockey Team: The girls field hockey team advances to the provincial playoffs on Thursday at 5:00 at Cornwall Turf. The Tigers will take on rivals Montague Intermediate for the gold medal. The girls advanced by defeating Summerside 5-0 last night in the rain. Maddy Koughan started the offensive drive by making no mistake on a slap shot in the first half. Amelia Jenkins followed close after to give us a 2-0 lead going into the 2nd half. Sarah Steele scored two in a row at the start of
the 2nd half on tip- ins from the offensive pressure. Abby MacLellan drove one in off a penalty corner to finish off the attack. As usual the mid fielders and defensive units kept the ball out of our end. Jacklyn MacKinnon had the shut out. Special mention to Karleigh McEwen, Emma Campbell and Maddi Delaney for their play making skills and getting the ball through to the fwd. line. Way to go girls and good luck on Thursday. **The girls field hockey team will practice today at Stonepark 3-4 rain or shine.
8. Boys Soccer: Team defeated Hernwood 7-0 in their semi final game yesterday. Scoring for the Tigers were: Noah Bitar, Jordan Dejong, Riley Dunphy, James Foster, Connor Graves, Robin Stejin, and Brandon Stewart. The boys will play for the Provincial Championship on Friday night.