Wednesday – Day 4

Cafeteria:
The cafeteria is now finished for this school year and will start in September. The cafeteria room is still open if you care to eat your lunch in that area.

Band: 
All brass instruments can be left at Stonepark this summer to be professionally cleaned.  Students are asked to ensure that their instruments are labeled with their name and that they have recorded their serial numbers on the master spreadsheet.  Instruments will be ready in time for band camp. Students who play woodwind instruments should take their instruments home for the summer if possible.
All band books and grade 9 band sweaters should be now be passed in to Mrs. Peters.

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed.

Yearbooks:
Just a reminder – there are yearbooks for sale in the office at a cost of $35.00 each, don’t miss out on buying yours today.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.
All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Outdoor Adventure Camps:
Parents desperate to get their kids out of the house and away from technology? Where they can experience new adventures all across the Island, and even as far as Moncton? Look no further!

The Charlottetown Parks and Recreation Department will be offering their Outdoor Adventure Camps again this summer! The camps are co-ed and open to youth ages 11-15. Activities include Tree Go, Paintball, and Kayaking to name a few. Fees for each camp will include transportation, activities, as well as lunch and snacks. Register early as space is limited!

For more information please contact the Parks and Recreation office at 368-102, contact our Outdoor Adventure Camp Coordinator John Alex Vos at jvos@charlottetown.ca or visit the City’s website at www.charlottetown.ca.

 

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Grade 9 Closing Slideshow

For those who missed it, or would like to re-watch it, here is the slideshow of grade nine photos that was presented earlier today:

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Tuesday – Day 3

Cafeteria:
The cafeteria is now finished for this school year and will start in September. The cafeteria room is still open if you care to eat your lunch in that area.

Band:
All brass instruments can be left at Stonepark this summer to be professionally cleaned.  Students are asked to ensure that their instruments are labeled with their name and that they have recorded their serial numbers on the master spreadsheet.  Instruments will be ready in time for band camp. Students who play woodwind instruments should take their instruments home for the summer if possible.
All band books and grade 9 band sweaters should be now be passed in to Mrs. Peters.

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed.

Yearbooks:
Just a reminder – there are yearbooks for sale in the office at a cost of $35.00 each, don’t miss out on buying yours today.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred  Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

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Closing Tomorrow

A reminder about our school closing tomorrow, which begins at 11:00 a.m.  Grade nine students are expected to be in their homerooms no later than 10:30.

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Monday – Day 2

Cafeteria:
The cafeteria is now finished for this school year and will start in September. The cafeteria room is still open if you care to eat your lunch in that area.

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed.

Yearbooks:
Just a reminder – there are yearbooks for sale in the office at a cost of $35.00 each, don’t miss out on buying yours today.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred  Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Jerseys:
There are still a number of girls softball jerseys and boys and girls flag football jerseys to be turned into Mrs. Steele ASAP. If you have a jersey at school please take it to Mrs. Steele right away.

Soccer:
Congratulations to the Sherwood Rangers U13 Premier boys team who won the Summerside kickoff tournament yesterday, going undefeated though miserable weather conditions on the weekend:
Stonepark students on the team are:  Jon Fradsham, Chase Bell, Sean Rooney, Ben
Wohlgemut, Thatcher Hughes, Ibrahim Abouassali, Nathan Wheeler, Patrick
McMonagle, RJ Acorn, Kaelib Callaghan, Nash Coffin, Kohen Affleck, and Alex Coady.
Team manager is Mr. Rooney

 

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Friday – Day 1

Cafeteria:
The cafeteria is now finished for this school year and will start in September. The cafeteria room is still open if you care to eat your lunch in that area.

Band:
Brass players in grade 7 & 8 who do not have band today are asked to see Mrs. Peters following announcements!!

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed.

Yearbooks:
Just a reminder – there are yearbooks for sale in the office at a cost of $35.00 each, don’t miss out on buying yours today.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.
All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred  Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Jerseys:
There are still a number of girls softball jerseys and boys and girls flag football jerseys to be turned into Mrs. Steele ASAP. If you have a jersey at school please take it to Mrs. Steele right away.

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Thursday – Day 6

Cafeteria:
The cafeteria is now finished for this school year and will start in September. The cafeteria room is still open if you care to eat your lunch in that area.

Lego Club:
Today the Lego Club will meet at lunch in Mrs. Richards’ room for the final time this year. All are welcome. Feel free to bring your lunch.

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed.

Yearbooks:
Just a reminder – there are yearbooks for sale in the office at a cost of $35.00 each, don’t miss out on buying yours today.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred  Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Jerseys:
There are still a number of girls softball jerseys and boys and girls flag football jerseys to be turned into Mrs. Steele ASAP. If you have a jersey at school please take it to Mrs. Steele right away.

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Wednesday – Day 5

Cafeteria:
As of today – Wednesday June 19, 2019 will be the last day for cafeteria services.  You may still use the cafeteria area to eat your lunch but there will be no services.

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed.

Yearbooks:
Just a reminder – there are yearbooks for sale in the office at a cost of $35.00 each, don’t miss out on buying yours today.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred  Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

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Tuesday – Day 4

Cafeteria:
As of tomorrow, (Wednesday June 17, 2019) it will be the last day for cafeteria services.  You may still use the cafeteria area to eat your lunch but there will be no services.

Sandspit & Grade 9 Fun Day:
Would Grade 7 and 8 teacher please send confirmed numbers for the Sandspit Trip next Tuesday, to the office after announcements – this is necessary so that we can ensure we have ordered enough buses or if we will have to cancel buses. Would Grade 9 teachers inform Mr. Smith of numbers attending their Fun Day sometime today as well.

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed. Today (Tuesday), the library will be closed at lunch so Ms. Poirier can host the Battle of the Bands performers for a pizza party.

Leadership:
A reminder to all Battle of the Band performers that they can meet Ms. Poirier in the library at lunch time for our pizza party, which means the space is closed to everyone else today. Tomorrow is our last theme day and it will be Formal Day – pull out your snazziest outfits!

Yearbooks:
Just a reminder – there are yearbooks for sale in the office at a cost of $35.00 each, don’t miss out on buying yours today.

Band:
All grade 9 students are reminded to turn in their instruments, books and band sweaters this morning before their exam.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred  Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Flag Football:
The boys’ flag football team had a great season winning the bronze medal by beating East Wiltshire in the provincials.

 

 

 

 

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Monday – Day 3

Cafeteria:
As of this Wednesday (June 17, 2019) will be the last day for cafeteria services.  You may still use the cafeteria area to eat your lunch but there will be no services. 

Band:
Grade 9 Band students must turn in band instruments, band books, and band sweaters on Tuesday before writing their math assessment.

All instruments, band sweaters and band books must be brought into the band area and checked off on the inventory list…leaving them on the shelves in the set-up area is not the same thing as turning them in!

Grade 7 and 8 band books are to be returned by Friday.  Instruments can be taken home for the summer.  Instruments that are left on the shelves over the summer may be reassigned to new band students.

The grade 9 O Canada Brass Band is asked to meet Mrs. Peters on Tuesday morning following announcements.

Newspaper:
Would members of the School Newspaper team meet in the Multipurpose room next to the main office during morning break today. This is to put together, and deliver the final Newspaper of the year.

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed. On Tuesday, the library will be closed at lunch so Ms. Poirier can host the Battle of the Bands performers for a pizza party.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:

Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

 

 

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