Thurs. Day 5

1.  Cafeteria Special:  Make Your Own Sub

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.  LibraryCongratulations to Jonathan Hiscock, 9C.  He was Wednesday’s  winner of the book quote.  Go to the library to pick up your prize. 

Thurs. book quote is:
“… Alice started to her feet, for it flashed across her mind that she had never before seen a rabbit with either a waistcoat-pocket , or a watch to take out  of it, and was just in time to see it pop down a large rabbit-hole under the hedge.”
Go to the library with your answer for today’s book quote

 Today is the last school day for the Scholastic Book Fair.  Go to the fair to check out the great books and to buy an anti-bullying wristband.  The fair will be open tomorrow during parent-teacher interviews.  Last chance to purchase a book!  Remember we want to create a list of the top 5 favorite books at the fair.  Get your vote in.

 5.  Performing Arts 4-H Club:  Any students interested in the Performing Arts  4-H Club are asked to come to the office for a filer. This is an exciting  opportunity for youth in grades 7–9.    This is a new type of 4-H Club that  will offer the traditional experience of hands-on learning and skill  development.

6.  Boys AA volleyball: Stonepark 1 hosts the Queen Charlotte boys today at  4pm.

7.  Girls Field Hockey:  The girls field hockey team goes for the gold today at  5:00 at the Cornwall turf.  This is their final game of the season and invite  staff and students out to cheer on the tigers. Our boys soccer team  will  also play in the provincial final on friday at 4:00 at the Cornwall turf.  The boys would appreciate support from their  Stonepark family members.


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