Wednesday – Day 6

Cafeteria:
BBQ Chicken, choice of side and veggie = $5.25

Semi Dance:
Parent Meeting at Stonepark in the library tonight (Wednesday, April 25th at 7:00 pm) concerning the Semi Dance.  Everyone Welcome.

Bus 16 Students:
You can now wait in the upper parking lot and not in the lobby.

Library:
Drop by Indigo tonight between 5:30 to 8:30 to support your library!

Battle of the Bands:
There will be a meeting for the Battle of the Bands committee on Monday, bring your lunch to the library.

Peer Tutoring:
There will be no Period 1 Peer Tutoring this week because of EAL testing. Good luck to all our EAL students.

Lunch Time Ringette League  Finals:
12:25  Ring Robbers vs. The Bens
12:35  Dark Voyagers vs. Ring of Fire
12:45  Buy Rite Brawlers vs. Poirier’s Angles

Upcomming Lunch time League Spikeball Tournament:
Please submit your team name and team members to Mr. Harkness by Friday  (teams of 2)

Flag Football:
Is still looking for coaches.  If you know someone or know of someone who may be interested please see Mr. Harkness or Mrs. Steele.

Girls Softball Practice:
There will be a girls softball practice today in the gym from 3:00-4:15.

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Tuesday – Day 5

Cafeteria:
Taco Tuesday, with Rice and Juice Box = $5.25

Semi Dance:
Parent Meeting at Stonepark in the library on Wednesday, April 25th at 7:00 pm concerning the Semi Dance.  Everyone Welcome.

Library:
Hey everyone, bring your friends and family to Indigo tomorrow evening between 5:30 and 8:30 pm to help support our fundraiser for our library!

(A)Drama Club:
Is presenting Case Closed and Campbell of Kilmhor TONIGHT!!!!!  The Carrefour of Ecole François Buote is co-hosting the PEI Drama Festival.  Queen Charlotte takes the stage at 7PM and Stonepark takes the stage at 8PM.  Come out to support your friends who will be on stage.

(B)Drama Club: Case Closed and Campbell of Kilmhor will rehearse at 1215 in Mr Pendergast’s class, Robyn Power and Allison Bourque are to meet with Mrs Colwill in the music room at 1230 today.

Peer Tutoring:
There will be no Period 1 Peer Tutoring this week because of EAL testing. Good luck to all our EAL students.

Badminton:
There will be a practice for ALL badminton team members after school today from 3-4:30.

Girls Softball:
Anyone interested in trying out for Stonepark’s girls softball team should sign up outside Mr. Dunn’s classroom by noontime today.  We will be having a practice on Wednesday from 3:10-4:15 in the gym.

Girls and Boys Flag football:
Today after school on the front field

 

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Monday – Day 4

Cafeteria:
Chicken Wrap, Choice of Side and juice box = $5.00

Boys Self-Protection Course:
A reminder to any boy in Grade 8 or 9 that the Boys Protection Course is scheduled for today – Monday, April 23rd to Thursday, April 26th daily in the Wellness Room from 3:15 to 4:30. The cost is just $20 for the whole course. Please sign up and pay in the main office by the end of today.

Drama Club:
Campbell of Kilmhor will practice at 1215 in Mr. Pendergast’s class.  Bring your lunch!

Peer Tutoring:
There will be no Period 1 Peer Tutoring this week because of EAL testing. Good luck to all our EAL students.

Stonepark Girls Softball:
Anyone interested in trying out for Stonepark’s girl softball team should sign up outside Mr. Dunn’s classroom. Stay tuned to the announcements for an indoor practice next.

The U14 Boys Provincial Basketball Championship:
Was held at Stonepark over the week end and the Mid Isle Magic from Charlottetown won the Championship with the following Stonepark students on the team …. Kallen Power 7B Willis Bulger 8A and Kalon MacDonald-Wood 8A. In their first game it was Mid Isle Magic 57 – Summerside Sting 19 …. the top scorers were Kalon MacDonald-Wood – Stonepark 13 points Nolan Craig – Morell 12 points and Noah Killorn – Queen Charlotte 9 points ….. in their 2nd game it was Mid Isle Magic 67 – West Prince Wolverines 23 … the top scorers were Kalon MacDonald-Wood Stonepark  20  points Noah Killorn – Queen Charlotte 16 points and Willis Bulger – Stonepark 12 points and in the championship game it was Mid Isle Magic 67 – Summerside Sting 34 with the top scorers being Kalon MacDonald-Wood – Stonepark 27 points Willis Bulger – Stonepark 9 points and Kallen Power – Stonepark 6 points …. the Mid Isle Magic will now represent PEI at the JrNBA U14 Regional Championships being held May 5-6 in Halifax ….good luck boys

Boys A Basketball:
Would the members of the A boys basketball team please meet in the gym at noon to pick up their team hoodies from Coach Rudi.

Badminton:
Would all badminton team players who are not advancing to provincials please return team shirts and goggles to Mrs. Steele or Mrs. Scully asap.

Girls Flag football:
No practice today Monday, but practice Tuesday-Friday on the Heather Ave field.

Boys Flag football:
Will start this week listen to the announcements for details

 

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Friday – Day 3

Cafeteria:
Chicken Strips & Fries

Boys Self-Protection Course:

A reminder to any boy in Grade 8 or 9 that the Boys Protection Course is scheduled for next week – Monday, April 23rd to Thursday, April 26th daily in the Wellness Room from 3:15 to 4:30. The cost is just $20 for the whole course. Please sign up and pay in the main office by Friday of this week.

Art Club:
There will be art club today in Mrs. Wilson’s room at 12:15

Drama club:
Campbell of Kilmhor will rehearse at 1215 in Mr Pendergast’s class.  Bring your lunch.  Also, Allison Bourque and Robyn Power are to meet Mrs Colwill in the music room at 1230.

Green Team:
There will be a Green Team meeting for all class reps during reading period today. Bring all the plastic bags your class collected to that meeting.

Girls Flag Football:
Friday 3:00- 5:00 exhibition games vs. the Mount Academy

PEISAA Triathalon:
If you are interested in swimming biking and running in this year’s event please see Mr. Harkness

Badminton:
It was another phenomenal display on the singles badminton courts by the Stonepark tigers last evening! Molly Doyle finished 1st in bantam girls zones, Dylan Batchilder took home another 1st place in the intermediate boys division, and Jamie MacAulay battled hard for a 2nd place finish in intermediate girls! These three players will compete in provincial singles play on May 3rd & 5th! Congratulations to all Stonepark players who competed!

Stonepark Girls Softball:
Anyone interested in trying out for Stonepark’s girl softball team should sign up outside Mr. Dunn’s classroom. Stay tuned to the announcements for an indoor practice next

Lunch Time Ringette League:
Ringette Rippers vs. Sabraps
12:35  Ring Robbers vs. Ring of Fire
12:45  Dark Voyager vs. Danger Zone

Girls Flagfootball:
After school in the gym 3-5

 

 

 

 

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Thursday – Day 2

Cafeteria:
Pulled Pork with Rice = $5.00

Boys Self-Protection Course:
A reminder to any boy in Grade 8 or 9 that the Boys Protection Course is scheduled for next week – Monday, April 23rd to Thursday, April 26th daily in the Wellness Room from 3:15 to 4:30. The cost is just $20 for the whole course. Please sign up and pay in the main office by Friday of this week.

Leadership:
Come limbo in the cafeteria at lunch today. This is our last day of games, thanks to everyone who participated!

Green Team:
There will be a Green Team meeting for all class reps during reading period on Friday. Bring all the plastic bags your class collected to that meeting.

Girls Flag Football  – Tryouts start this week
Thursday 3:00 -5:00 in the gym
Friday 3:00- 5:00 exhibition games vs. the Mount Academy

Badminton:
Congratulations to Molly Doyle, Katie Hughes, Dylan Batchilder, and Jamie MacAulay who all advanced to second round of singles zone play after school today.
As in previous days, taxis will be outside the back gym doors at 2:50 today. Good luck to all players!

Lunch Time Ringette League Games:
12:25 Ring of Fire vs. Buy-Rite Brawlers
12:35 Ringette Rippers vs. Danger Zone
12:45 Ring Robbers vs. Porirers Angles

PEISAA Triathalon:
If you are interested in swimming biking and running in this year’s event please see Mr. Harkness

Stonepark Girls Softball:
Anyone interested in trying out for Stonepark’s girl softball team should sign up outside Mr. Dunn’s classroom. Stay tuned to the announcements for an indoor practice next

PEISAA Triathlon:
The snow is melting which means it is time to start planning for our 7th Annual PEISAA triathlon – The Triton.  The event will take place on Monday, May 21 (May Long Weekend) at the Credit Union Place in Summerside. Please see Mr. Harkness for details

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Wednesday – Day 1

Cafeteria:
Sheppard Pie, Side Salad = $5.00

Easter Seals Presentation:

Presentation will start at 9:00, and usually lasts no more than 15 minutes or so. Students will then return to the regularly scheduled first period.

Boys Self-Protection Course:
A reminder to any boy in Grade 8 or 9 that the Boys Protection Course is scheduled for next week – Monday, April 23rd to Thursday, April 26th daily in the Wellness Room from 3:15 to 4:30. The cost is just $20 for the whole course. Please sign up and pay in the main office by Friday of this week.

Earth Week:
Just a reminder to bring in your plastic shopping bags to be recycled! Bring them to your classroom and your Green Team rep will bring them to our meeting on Friday.

Green Team:
There will be a Green Team meeting for all class reps during reading period on Friday. Bring all the plastic bags your class collected to that meeting.

Leadership Students:
There will be races in the cafeteria today; not the running kind. Also, we are planning to have a Battle of the Bands next month! Please, start getting a group together, pick your song, and start rehearsing.

Badminton:
Congratulations to all doubles players who participated in the zone meet on Monday after school. Big shout out to Dylan Batchilder & Hans Zhang who finished FIRST in the intermediate boys division, Jamie MacAulay & Chloe McCabe who placed SECOND in Intermediate girls doubles and Molly Doyle and Katie Hughes who finished SECOND in bantam girls! All three teams will represent Stonepark in provincial play on May 3rd and 5th!
Good luck to all players participating in the singles zones after school today and tomorrow. Players travelling to other schools are asked to meet the taxis outside the back gym door at 2:50 today.

Lunch time Ringette League:
12:25  Danger Zone  vs. Ring of Fire
12:35  The Bens vs. Rippers
12:45 Buy Rite Brawlers vs. Poiriers’s Angles

Girls Flag Football:
Try outs start this week
Practice after school today (Wednesday) 3:00-4:30 on the Heather Ave field weather permitting
Thursday 3:00 -4:30 in the gym
Friday 3:00- 5:00 exhibition games vs. the Mount Academy

Stonepark Girls Softball:
Anyone interested in trying out for Stonepark’s girl softball team should sign up outside Mr. Dunn’s classroom. Stay tuned to the announcements for an indoor practice next week.

PEISAA Triathlon:
The snow is melting which means it is time to start planning for our 7th Annual PEISAA triathlon – The Triton.  The event will take place on Monday, May 21 (May Long Weekend) at the Credit Union Place in Summerside. Please see Mr. Harkness for details

Ping Pong:
Congratulations to Steve Chen on recently winning the Donagh Open Ping Pong Tournament.  Gordon Zhang finished second while Daya Alden Aldwery finished third. The Prince Street Players Championship will be take place next week. Stay tuned to the announcements.  Mr. Dunn would like to thank all who participated.

HUGE ACCOMPLISHMENT FOR PEI !!!! and Nolan O’Rourke !!!
PEI has a New National Champion in Wrestling at the Nationals in Edmonton last evening in the Men’s under 18 age division at only 15 years old! Way to go Champ, a.k.a. the Stangler 🙂 He won all 5 matches and outscored his opponents 54-3. Domination there folks!  

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Cafeteria News

Here is a spring newsletter from our cafeteria company, Chartwells:

Chartwells Chats 

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Monday – Day 6

Cafeteria:
Sweet n Sour Meatballs, Rice & Veggies = $5.00
**Debit is available at both cashiers. Both sections have the same product on both
sides. You buy at one section you stay in the same section to pay.

 Band:
1. Congratulations to the grade 7 band students on their excellent performance at
Beginning Band Day in Summerside last Thursday. Due to the extra rehearsal last
week, Grade 7 band rehearsal is canceled for today at lunch.

  1. Grade 8 and 9 band students are asked to please check the band blog this evening
    for an update on the band rehearsal schedule for this week.
  2. Grade 9 band trip permission forms and final payments were due last week. Please
    ensure that forms and payments are turned in today.
    An e-mail regarding the Health Behaviors survey has been sent to band home room teachers and health teachers.  Teachers are asked to please send enough surveys for the band students in their classes to the band area today.

Badminton:
All badminton players are asked to return their signed athletic forms to Mrs. Scully or Mr. Trainor at some point today.
Good luck to all badminton doubles players who will be participating in the zone meets after school today! Players are asked to meet at the back gym doors at 2:50 for taxi pickup.

Leadership Students:
The leadership students are continuing their lunch antics in the cafeteria with knots and hula hoops today.

Drama:
For the drama club: Campbell of Kilmhor and Case Closed will rehearse at lunchtime today.  Robyn Power and Allison Bourque are to go to the music room at 1230

Earth Week:
This week – April 16-22, is National Earth Week. This week, as you go about your daily business, think about what you can do to help protect the Earth and its environment.  Do you turn off the lights when you leave a room? Do you pick up trash outside? Do you bring a reusable water bottle to school? Do you recycle grocery bags? This week, we want students and teachers to bring in their plastic shopping bags and the Green Team will recycle them. Just bring them to your classroom and your Green team rep will make sure they are counted. Let’s see if we can recycle 1000 bags this week.

Todays Ringette League Games:
12:25 Rippers vs. Poiriers’s Angles
12:35 Danger Zone vs. Sabrap
12:45 The Bens vs. Dark Voyagers

Girls Flag Football:
The try out process will start this week:
Tuesday Outside rain or shine 3-430 dress for freezing rain

Thursday In the gym 3-430
Friday in the gym exhibition games vs. The Mount Academy 3-430

 

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Thursday – Day 5

Cafeteria:
Chicken Strips, Fries & Juice Box = $5.00

Peer Tutoring:
There will not be any peer tutoring on Thursday morning, Ms. Poirier will not be here.

Leadership Team:
The leadership team is bringing on the lip sync battle today in the cafeteria!

Drama Club:
Campbell of Kilmhor and Case Closed will practice at lunchtime today.  Meet at 1215 in Mr Pendergast’s class.  Bring your lunch!

Jersey Day in support of Humboldt, Sask:
Today (Thursday April 12th), students and staff are asked to wear their favorite jersey – this can be a jersey from any sport – as a way of paying our respects to those who lost their lives in the recent bus crash. Our thoughts and prayers are with all who have been affected by this tragedy, and we hope that this day can show that we are thinking of them.

Group Golf Lessons:
Tim Klauck at Strathgartney Highlands Golf Course will be running a spring school group special again in 2018, starting mid May. The cost is $10 per student and includes clubs, balls, tees, warm up range balls and 9 holes of golf. For further information, his e-mail is tim.klauck@rogers.com

The Second Annual IgniteCS@UPEI:
Is taking place weekly May 14, 2018-July 4, 2018. This program is hosted by UPEI’s School of Mathematical and Computational Science undergraduate students, funded by SMCS, and supported by Google! During IgniteCS@UPEI, students attending will participate in “unplugged” activities where they will learn important computer science concepts away from the computer. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to do some real coding and develop their own Javaprograms, some of which are very similar to the first year computer science assignments at UPEI. Students interested in participating in this camp can find more information in the office.

Yearbook Committee:
The yearbook committee is working hard on another edition of this great book of memories. There are only 48 copies of the yearbook left for purchase​. You can order your yearbook online​ through the link which is available on the Stonepark website, or if you would like to purchase in person, you may see Mrs. Gallant​ (upstairs in grade 8). The cost to purchase a yearbook is $30​. Order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June.

Home and School Meeting:
Stonepark Home and School will have a meeting tomorrow evening (Thursday April 12th at 6:30) in the library. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the resolutions for the Annual General Meeting of the PEI Home and School this weekend. All parents are welcome to attend.

Badminton:
There will be a badminton practice today from 3-4:30.

Ping Pong Tournament:
A reminder to all the people who signed up for the Donagh Open Ping Pong Tournament today should be in the Wellness Room by 3:00. Please have a ride home organized for 4pm.

Stonepark Girls Softball:
Anyone interested in trying out for Stonepark’s girl softball team should sign up outside Mr. Dunn’s classroom. The first tryout will run  Tuesday, April 24th from 3:00-4:15 in the gym. Please note the change in date.  The gym was booked. Please come prepared. If you can’t make it, please still sign up and let Mr. Dunn know.

Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers Soccer Club:
This club offers recreational and competitive programs for all ages. In person registration dates are as follows:
Saturday, April 21 11:00am to 1:00pm. Room 212 House of Sport (Royalty Center)
Please visit our website www.sherwoodparkdalerangers.ca and Facebook site www.facebook.com/SherwoodRangersSoccer  for more information on all our programs.


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Wednesday – Day 4

Cafeteria:
Pasta Bake

COWS MOO Tee-Shirt:
Any students interested in winning a COWS MOO LET”S TALK tee-shirt can come to the office, and see Deena for a ballot. Please include your name and homeroom. The draw will take place on Thursday at Reading Period.

Band:
There will be a grade 7 band rehearsal today from 12:35-1:15.  Grade 7 students
who wish to wear jerseys on Thursday, April 12 during our band trip to Summerside
are encouraged to do so.  Students are asked to wear either a jersey with black
pants, or the usual band uniform.  All of the details about the field trip can be found
on the band blog.

Jazz band is canceled for this week due to the PD day on Friday.  The next rehearsal
will be held next Friday at the usual time.

Grade 9 band students who are traveling to Halifax for the Atlantic Festival of Music
are asked to return their signed permission forms tomorrow (Thursday) morning
at early morning band rehearsal.

Jersey Day in support of Humboldt, Sask:
Tomorrow ( Thursday April 12th), students and staff are asked to wear their favorite jersey – this can be a jersey from any sport – as a way of paying our respects to those who lost their lives in the recent bus crash. Our thoughts and prayers are with all who have been affected by this tragedy, and we hope that this day can show that we are thinking of them.

Group Golf Lessons:
Tim Klauck at Strathgartney Highlands Golf Course will be running a spring school group special again in 2018, starting mid May. The cost is $10 per student and includes clubs, balls, tees, warm up range balls and 9 holes of golf. For further information, his e-mail is tim.klauck@rogers.com

Grade 9 Semi:
There will be a parents meeting for anyone interested in helping out with the Grade 9 Semi dance which will be held in June. The meeting will be held this evening (Wednesday April 11th) at 7:00 in the library. All Grade 9 parents are welcome to attend.

The Second Annual IgniteCS@UPEI:
Is taking place weekly May 14, 2018-July 4, 2018. This program is hosted by UPEI’s School of Mathematical and Computational Science undergraduate students, funded by SMCS, and supported by Google! During IgniteCS@UPEI, students attending will participate in “unplugged” activities where they will learn important computer science concepts away from the computer. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to do some real coding and develop their own Javaprograms, some of which are very similar to the first year computer science assignments at UPEI. Students interested in participating in this camp can find more information in the office.

Yearbook Committee:
The yearbook committee is working hard on another edition of this great book of memories. There are only 48 copies of the yearbook left for purchase​. You can order your yearbook online​ through the link which is available on the Stonepark website, or if you would like to purchase in person, you may see Mrs. Gallant​ (upstairs in grade 8). The cost to purchase a yearbook is $30​. Order your yearbook now to avoid disappointment in June.

Home and School Meeting:
Stonepark Home and School will have a meeting tomorrow evening (Thursday April 12th at 6:30) in the library. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the resolutions for the Annual General Meeting of the PEI Home and School this weekend. All parents are welcome to attend.

Ping Pong Tournament:
Anyone interested in the upcoming Donagh Open ping pong tournament must sign up outside Mr. Dunn’s classroom by today (Wednesday). The tournament will be held Thursday from 3-4.

Stonepark’s Girls Softball Team:
Anyone interested in trying out for Stonepark’s girls softball team should sign up outside Mr. Dunn’s classroom. The first tryout will run Tuesday, April 17th from 3:00-4:15 in the gym. Please come prepared. If you can’t make it, please still sign up and let Mr. Dunn know you can’t make it.

Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers Soccer Club:
This club offers recreational and competitive programs for all ages. In person registration dates are as follows:
Saturday, April 21 11:00am to 1:00pm. Room 212 House of Sport (Royalty Center)
Please visit our website www.sherwoodparkdalerangers.ca and Facebook site www.facebook.com/SherwoodRangersSoccer  for more information on all our programs.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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