Cafeteria: Sweet & Sour Meatballs with Veg
Stonepark cafeteria : Will be hosting a turkey dinner this coming Thursday. The tickets are $5.75 and include a small milk and dessert. The tickets will be on sale until Wednesday.
Stonepark Gives Back – Stonepark Gives Back has been a school – wide project that has supported various organizations, both locally, provincially, nationally, and even internationally. This year, we are seeking the input of students for ideas that they would like to support for Stonepark Gives Back 2012-13. Students are asked to submit suggestions for the cause they would like to see the school embrace. From these nominations, the committee will select the three (or four) most popular suggestions. From that list, students and staff will then have the chance to participate in a school-wide vote that will determine the cause that we will be supporting for this year. Students and staff can place their nominations in a suggestion box located in the main office up until Wednesday October 10th.
Girls Field Hockey: Our girls field hockey team had a successful tournament on the weekend at the Cornwall turf. The girls defeated East Wiltshire 4-0 with goals coming from Charlee Holden (2), Amelia Jenkins, Sophie Carragher. In the second game the girls tied Montague at 0 with Payton Brown playing a solid defensive game in the net. The team came out ready to play in the third game and took the game to Montague, pressing in their end for most of the first half. Emma Jinks scored the lone goal of the game giving us the win. It was an excellent effort by all. The team will not practice today.
Grade 7 band:Is cancelled today at lunch time and will be rescheduled to Wednesday for this week only.
Girls Volleyball Team: Have a practice today from 4:14 pm – 5:30 pm in preparation for tomorrow’s game – home vs Birchwood.
Boys Volleyball : Had a great weekend at the M.E. Callaghan, strong play from every player had the team go 4 and 1 in the tournament taking home silver medals. Nick Fitzpatrick and Connor Jinks won awards as all- stars in the tournament. Brandon MacDonald found his groove from the service line, the Blistering Ben’s had a good weekend playing strong and consistent in each game. Overall the entire team showed how next time the medal on their necks wont be silver, with a little practice and playing the game like they know they can. Boys will practice Tuesday at 7am.