Mon. Day 4

Cafeteria:   Hot Chicken, Mashed Potatoes & Veggie
Library:  Stonepark’s annual literacy event, the Read In, begins Nov. 22nd.  To celebrate the event there is a bookmark contest.  The winning bookmark will become the official book mark of this year’s Read In.   For contest rules see Ms Geddes in the library.  Deadline for entries is Nov. 14th
Cadets:  Would all sea, air and army cadets who are interested in participating in our Remembrance Day assembly on Thursday morning please see Mrs. Gallant for a very brief meeting in the lobby immediately following the announcements this morning.”
Band:
   Grade 9 students are reminded that they will have early morning band rehearsal on Tuesday and Thursday this week in preparation for the Remembrance Day assembly  on Thursday morning. Grade 8 early morning band is cancelled on Thursday and will be rescheduled to Wednesday from 12:30-1:15pm.  Details for band students have been posted to the band blog:  stoneparkband.wordpress.com/
Girls AA Basketball: All girls interested in trying out for the Stonepark girls AA basketball team are asked to sign up with Mrs Steele at morning break. Practice will start at 5:00 and end at 6:30. Please arrange to be picked up at this time.Try outs for the boys AA team will begin next week.
Picture Retake Money:  Money is due in the office on November 8th.
National Media Literacy Awareness Week:  National Media Literacy Awareness Week  is taking place across Canada and we’re going to take a look at some important considerations for all of us when we are using social or other forms of media. There is also an important link posted on our school site that will lead students, teachers and parents to more information.
Some applications of media usage deal with technology, the likes of Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Flickr, Tumbler,Instagram and many more. The software may change but the issues that we should consider are typically the same. If we are aware of what to look for when working with social media on our computers, phones, tablets, etc., we can have a safer and more enjoyable online experience.
Today’s topic: Think before you click.
It can take only seconds to snap a photo and post it to the Internet, or to post a comment. But it can be nearly impossible to permanently delete that comment or photo once it’s posted, as it can then be downloaded or archived by others. This is why it’s so important for all of us to think twice about every piece of personal information before we post it to the Internet. We should only post things that we would be comfortable with the whole world seeing. We should tell our friends to ask for our permission before uploading and/or tagging a photo of us on their social networking profiles.  We should also do the same for them.

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