Stu­dents set­tle in for last few weeks of se­mes­ter

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Mon­tague Re­gional High


The MRHS vo­cal class will be pre­sent­ing its fi­nal solo as­sign­ments in a pub­lic con­cert at MRHS on Jan. 18, 7 p.m., in the cafe­te­ria. All are wel­come. Any do­na­tions at the door will go to the MRHS Vo­cal Mu­sic Depart­ment (storm date, Jan. 20)

The MRHS choir will be tak­ing meat or­ders for Steer­man’s Qual­ity Meats over the next two weeks.

To place an or­der, con­tact any mem­ber of the choir or call the school.

The Grade 11 pro­vin­cial math exam will be writ­ten Jan 25. Exam week is Jan. 26 to Feb. 1.

Westisle Com­pos­ite High


Jimmy the Jan­i­tor is per­form­ing at the Westisle Theatre on Feb. 6. Tick­ets are $25 each (tax in­cluded) and are avail­able at Eu­gene’s Gen­eral Store, Pat’s Retail Irv­ing and Dil­lon’s Con­ve­nience Store as well as the school’s main of­fice.

Some of the global is­sues stu­dents are putting to­gether an agenda for a Pride Week here at Westisle with most ac­tiv­i­ties tak­ing place dur­ing lunch time.

Is­land EMS and the lead­er­ship class will be train­ing all Grade 10 stu­dents in ba­sic CPR.

The school ap­pre­ci­ates ev­ery­one who sup­ported the first stor­age shed fundraiser. Ron­nie Arse­nault of Al­ber­ton was the win­ner.

Three Oaks High School

Par­ents and guardians are asked to en­cour­age TOSH stu­dents in their ef­forts to catch up on any last-minute as­sign­ments for the se­mes­ter and be­gin prepa­ra­tions for fi­nal ex­ams, Jan. 26- 29, in­clu­sive.

As al­ways, teach­ers are here for ex­tra help and/or sup­port, but there are lim­ited days left to get things done.

Char­lot­te­town Ru­ral High


Grade 12 stu­dents are en­cour­aged by stu­dent ser­vices to join CRHS2016.

This is a safe and sim­ple mes­sag­ing tool that stu­dent ser­vices will be us­ing to com­mu­ni­cate any up­com­ing news that per­tains to Grade 12 stu­dents.

Sub­scribe by text or email. All per­sonal in­for­ma­tion is pri­vate no phone num­bers will be shared. Stu­dents will re­ceive re­minders but will not be able to re­spond.

Text @k3afg to 902-800-0862 to re­ceive text mes­sages or send an email to­

Fi­nal ex­ams will be writ­ten the week of Jan. 25-29. The exam sched­ule is posted in class­rooms and can be found on the school web­site.

Colonel Gray High School

Rep­re­sen­ta­tives from Me­mo­rial Univer­sity Med­i­cal School will have a lunch-time pre­sen­ta­tion in stu­dent ser­vices on Jan. 14.

Fi­nal ex­ams are Jan. 26 to Feb. 1. The exam sched­ule will be posted on­line.

All text­books should be re­turned at be­gin­ning of each exam.

Feb. 2 is an end-of-the-se­mes­ter ad­min­is­tra­tion day, with no classes for stu­dents.

Aca­dia Univer­sity will have a rep­re­sen­ta­tive vis­it­ing at lunch time on Feb. 3.

Kinkora Re­gional High


A grad ac­tiv­ity will be held Jan. 14 - a bon­fire and build­ing snow forts at the school, 3-5 p.m. (dress warm).

The Grade 11 sec­ondary math as­sess­ment is Jan. 25

Fi­nal ex­ams for first se­mes­ter are Jan. 26 to Feb. 1.

On Dec. 17, stu­dents par­tic­i­pated in Chal­lenge Day.

The stu­dents and staff en­joyed the spirit of the day and the sense of com­mu­nity the ac­tiv­i­ties cre­ated.

The Chal­lenge Day lead­ers and ev­ery­one else in­volved did an amaz­ing job of run­ning the day and get­ting ev­ery­one pumped up.

Log on to of­fi­ce­ for re­sults of the an­nual hockey pool. ID is Kinkora and the pass­word is guest.

Cur­rent lead­ers are Matt Daw­son, Ted and Shel­ley Tre­mere and Gar­rett Mur­ray.

Blue­field High School

Abby Craswell will be rep­re­sent­ing Blue­field at the Terry Fox Cen­tre in Ottawa though the En­coun­ters with Canada Pro­gram.

Ex­ams start Jan. 26 and the pro­vin­cial Grade 11 math as­sess­ment is Jan. 25.

The 2016 Blue­field year­book is now on sale for $45.

This year all year­books must be or­dered on­line from https://blue­field­high­school.wor­book. Sign up as soon as pos­si­ble. Grad­u­at­ing stu­dents are en­ter­ing their last se­mes­ter of high school, and it is im­por­tant to make sure the have the they need to get ac­cepted into the col­lege or univer­sity of choice.

Please take some time over the next few days to re­view course selections and check with any staff mem­ber for ad­vice if needed.

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