Blaz­ers Girls win big for Kinkora at vol­ley­ball cham­pi­onships


Blaz­ers Girls win gold at PEISAA vol­ley­ball cham­pi­onships On Nov. 3, the Kinkora Blaz­ers won the PEISAA Se­nior Women’s A Vol­ley­ball Cham­pi­onships at Char­lot­te­town Ru­ral. Well done, girls. We are very proud of you and we will hang that ban­ner in the gym with pride! Team mem­bers in­clude Char­lotte Lin­klet­ter, Maddy Mof­fatt, Shelby Raynes, Maura Duffy, Re­becca Green, Brooke McCar­dle, Jara Nantes, Rachel Payn­ter, Shae­lynn McCar­dle, Eliz­a­beth Phillips, Faith Reeves, & Jes­sica Larsen. Spe­cial thanks to Coaches Evan Kil­lorn & Lisa McCar­dle. Grade 10 stu­dent Faith Reeves was named Most Valu­able Player of the Provi­cial Cham­pi­onships while Grade 10 stu­dent Shae­lynn McCar­dle was named as a League All-Star. Grad­u­at­ing play­ers in­clude Grade 12 stu­dents Brooke McCar­dle (set­ter), Re­becca Green (mid­dle blocker), & Maddy Mof­fatt (power).

An­nual KRHS Hockey Pools Log on to of­fi­ce­ for re­sults. ID is Kinkora & pass­word is guest. Cur­rent lead­ers are: 1) Matthew Daw­son 2) Kolton Stright 3) Rachel Payn­ter.


Bon voy­age to Grade 10 stu­dent Ty Arse­nault who will be at­tend­ing En­coun­ters with Canada in Ot­tawa from Nov. 18-24. The theme of his week is Sports & Fit­ness.

OHS Lead­er­ship Pro­gram The Work­ers Com­pen­sa­tion Board of P.E.I.’s Oc­cu­pa­tional Health & Safety Lead­er­ship Pro­gram is in full swing at K.R.H.S. Our OHS Lead­ers for the 2018/2019 school year are Grade 12 stu­dent Dakota MacWil­liams and Grade 11 stu­dent Em­maGrace Coyle. They will be or­ga­niz­ing lots of fun ac­tiv­i­ties here at K.R.H.S. to pro­mote young worker safety.

KRHS Stu­dent of the Month

Con­grat­u­la­tions to the fol­low­ing stu­dents for be­ing se­lected as Stu­dents of the Month for the months of Septem­ber. These stu­dents are be­ing rec­og­nized for ex­cel­lence in the fol­low­ing ar­eas:

•Grade 9 – Ly­dia Hamill

•Grade 10 – Emma Cough­lin

•Grade 11 – Kait­lyn Sil­liker

•Grade 12 – Skyler Ahearn

•School Spirit – Brooke McCar­dle

•Club Mem­ber – Selina Lowther

•Good Cit­i­zen­ship – Katie Pearce

•Ad­min­is­tra­tor’s Choice – Sean Gon­za­les

Page Pro­gram Con­grat­u­la­tions


Gr. 12 stu­dent Dakota MacWil­liams who has been se­lected to rep­re­sent K.R.H.S. as a Page for the 2018/2019 ses­sion of the P.E.I. Leg­isla­tive As­sem­bly.

Par­ent/teacher in­ter­views

Par­ent/teacher In­ter­views will take place on the evening of Nov. 22 and the morn­ing of Nov. 23. Par­ents and guardians are en­cour­aged to sign up for par­ent/ teacher in­ter­views. This is a great op­por­tu­nity to dis­cuss your son or daugh­ter’s progress and dis­cover up­com­ing units of study as well. Please sched­ule your in­ter­views on-line us­ing the fol­low­ing links. We look for­ward to see­ing you! https://www.signup­ge­nius. com/go/409044CA9AD28AB9thurs­day3 https://www.signup­ge­nius. com/go/409044CA9AD28AB9fri­day3

An­nual ro­tary youth par­lia­ment

Grade 12 stu­dent Nathaniel Pick­er­ing and Grade 11 stu­dent Abi Hamil­ton are rep­re­sent­ing KRHS at the An­nual Ro­tary Youth Par­lia­ment. This is a unique learn­ing ex­pe­ri­ence for stu­dents that al­lows them par­tic­i­pate in the par­lia­men­tary pro­ce­dures used by our Provin­cial Gov­ern­ment. Nathaniel will be the Deputy Premier while Abi will be the Min­is­ter of Agri­cul­ture. They will as­sume these roles and take part in draft­ing and de­bat­ing acts and res­o­lu­tions and vot­ing on bills. The par­lia­men­tary ses­sion for the stu­dents will be at the Coles Build­ing (next to Prov­ince House) on Nov. 16 and 17. Many thanks to Teacher Ad­viser Kevin Ste­wart. Dates to re­mem­ber

Nov. 11 - Remembrance Day Nov. 12 - No classes

Nov. 14 - Take Our Kids to Work Day for all Grade 9 stu­dents

- Pie pick-up be­tween 3:30-6 p.m. at the Kinkora Fire Hall. All pies are to be picked up by the stu­dent/seller only.

Nov. 18 - The Grads are hold­ing a Pan­cake Break­fast Fundraiser from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at Kinkora Place.

Nov. 22 - Par­ent/Teacher In­ter­views from 3:30-8 p.m.

Nov. 23 - Par­ent/Teacher In­ter­views from 9:30 a.m.-12 noon. No classes

Stu­dent of the Week Con­grat­u­la­tions to our most re­cent Stu­dent of the Week: Luke Payne.

Take Our Kids to Work Day Take Our Kids to Work Day will be hap­pen­ing on Wed., Nov. 14. On this day, Gr. 9 stu­dents across Canada will spend the day in a work­place set­ting with a par­ent or an­other adult they know. This valu­able ex­pe­ri­ence pro­vides stu­dents with a unique glimpse into the world of work. The next pre­sen­ta­tion in UPEI’s Is­land Stud­ies Lec­ture Se­ries fea­tures Dr. Joseph Glass speak­ing on the life and times of Dr. Leo Frank, a Jewish Is­lan­der and fox farmer.

The lec­ture is Tues­day, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. in the Fac­ulty Lounge of UPEI’s SDU Main Build­ing. All are wel­come and the event is free to at­tend.

Hid­den away in Strat­ford, a small mu­nic­i­pal park is named in mem­ory of a for­mer res­i­dent, Dr. Leo Frank, a unique in­di­vid­ual in the Jewish and gen­eral his­tory of P.E.I.

In 1915, he es­tab­lished the Rose­bank Fur Farms: a prof­itable busi­ness and show­case for black sil­ver fox ranch­ing as fea­tured in many post­cards, stere­o­scope cards, ar­ti­cles in North Amer­ica news­pa­pers, and a mo­tion pic­ture.

Frank did not draw at­ten­tion to his Jewish­ness un­til after his mar­riage in 1935. Al­though the ranch ceased op­er­a­tions in 1944, he and his wife Ruchamah lived at Rose­bank un­til 1958. The lec­ture high­lights the story of the man memo­ri­al­ized in green space in Strat­ford.

De­liv­er­ing the lec­ture will be Dr. Joseph B. Glass, a re­cent ar­rival to P.E.I.

Born in Toronto, Glass stud­ied and taught at the He­brew Univer­sity of Jerusalem for over twenty years. Glass pub­lished re­search has looked at Sephardic Jewish en­trepreneurs in Jerusalem, Amer­i­can and Cana­dian Jewish mi­gra­tion, and the con­nec­tion be­tween Canada and the Holy Land.

Since his ar­rival on P.E.I. Glass he has been re­search­ing P.E.I.’s early Jewish his­tory un­til the mid-twen­ti­eth cen­tury.

He has un­cov­ered a wealth of in­for­ma­tion and is pre­par­ing ar­ti­cles and a book on this lit­tle­known group in the Is­land’s his­tory.

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