Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018 – Day 2

  • Turkey Dinner tomorrow, Oct. 5, $6.50. Tickets can be purchased in Cafeteria.

Soccer:

  • Girls’ AA soccer: practice today 3-4:30
  • Girls’ A soccer: Practice tomorrow (Friday) 3-4:30
  • Boys’ soccer: A boys game today at Stonepark. Taxis’ leave school at 3:30.

Volleyball:

  • Girls’ Volleyball: The team plays at home today versus Queen Charlotte at 3:30. With teacher permission, please dismiss the girls at 2:50 to prepare for the game.
  • Boys’ Volleyball: Game is at 5:00pm at Birchwood NOT 5:30pm.
  • P3 Volleyball program for girls grades 7-9 starts this Friday, Oct 5 at Birchwood. Program will run for 8 weeks. For more information, contact Volleyball PEI p3volleyball.ca p3volleyballclub@gmail.com

Baseball:

  • Game @ Terry Fox field against East Wiltshire today.

Field Hockey:

  • Game in Cornwall at 3:30 against EWS. Please excuse girls at 2:45.

Basketball:  

  • Early morning basketball runs every Tues & Thurs 7 – 8:15 with Mr. Len Lang.

GSA Group:

  • Birchwood Intermediate will hold its first Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) group meeting on today, October 4, 2018 at 12:20 pm in Room 236.  A GSA is a student run club for members of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies.  The group aims to provide a safe, supportive environment for members to meet, support each other, discuss LGBTQ+ related topics and advocate for the community.  This club is open to any student at Birchwood Intermediate School who are interested in joining. Please speak to Mrs. Forbes or Mrs. Munn if you have questions about the group.

Library:

  • This is the last week to submit your Persuasive Writing pieces on “Why the Offline Room benefits our students” for a chance to win a cool prize.
  • This is our final week for our Adopt a School Program fundraiser with Indigo Charlottetown, please spread the word.

Music:

  • Glee Club:
    • Alto sectional today. Tenors will be tomorrow, full group next week.

Outdoor adventure club:  

  • A big shoutout to the outdoor adventure club members who braved the rain yesterday and picked over 20 pounds of apples for the breakfast program!
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