Students settle in for last few weeks of semester
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 email@example.com.
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 officepools.com 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.wor dpress.com/yearbook. 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.