Friday – Day 6

Cafeteria:
Chicken Nuggets & Fries, Juice Box = $5.25
**Due to technical support issues –  zip thru and debit will continue to be closed

           CASH ONLY

National Cupcake Day:
National Cupcake Day is a day for you to sell cupcakes and to raise money for our local Humane Society. We have been challenged by the students of East Wiltshire to see who can raise the most money for this charity! If you would like to take park and make/buy a dozen cupcakes to sell next Monday, February 26th, please sign up in the office so we know how many to expect. If you want to help organize this event and help with sales, please see Ms. Burry during break today!

Girl’s Self-Protection Course:
– A reminder to Grade 8 and 9 girls who have signed up for the Self Protection Course from February 26 – March 1, 3:15 – 4:30 pm daily in the Wellness room, the waiver sheet and fee must be paid by today (Friday February 23rd).

Badminton:
Any student in grade 7, 8, or 9 interested in trying out for the school badminton team is asked to sign-up outside Mrs. Scully’s room, which is located downstairs in house 7.

Stonepark Spring Volleyball Club:
Starting March 5th and will go every Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday until Saturday – April 28th.

  • All grade 6,7 & 8 girls are welcome to attend regardless of experience.
  • Every player competes at their own level
    This is open to all grade 6 girls from our feeder schools (new & old).

Girls A Basketball:
Our A girls basketball team advanced to the zone semi final with an overtime win against Birchwood on Tuesday. Last night the team fought back in the 4th quarter to tie Gulf Shore and send the game into overtime only the result was a 41-40 season ending loss. Celia O’Malley led the team with 17 points while Darcy Kelly chipped in 8. Reese Kelly and Jamie MacAulay  kept the defensive pressure on and each chipped in 3. Bailey Cassidy, Sam Bradley , Nassima Amira, Kaisley Wilson and Bella Quinn all added 2. Mrs. Steele is proud of the teams efforts and they all represented Stonepark with class. Thanks to all the girls for their efforts over the season.

Boys A Basketball:
Boys A Basketball: The Stonepark Tigers Boys A Basketball Team hosted Morell in the Zone East semi final game on Thursday. Our Tigers got off to a good start leading 26-19 at half time. The visiting Morell team took advantage of some Stonepark turnovers in the 3rd quarter to tie the game at 36 going into the 4th quarter. In the 4th quarter, Stonepark rallied by creating and taking advantage of key opportunities to outscore their opponent 20 to 6 and win by a final score of 56-42. Scorers for Stonepark were: Isaac Hughes (36 points), David Drake (9 points), Tate Brazil (7 points), Ben Young and Owen Sproul (2 points each). Top rebounder: Isaac Hughes (14 rebounds).

The Stonepark A Boys advance to the Provincial Semi finals hosted by Stonepark this Saturday (Feb 24th). On the boys side, Stonepark will play Summerside Intermediate at 3:15pm in Semi-Final2 while Miscouche will play Souris in Semi-Final1 at 11:45am. All Stonepark players are asked to be at the gym by 2:15pm.

Supporters are invited to attend and cheer on your Tigers! Good luck boys!

 

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Thursday – Day 5

*** Due to problems with the Debit Machine in the Cafeteria,  until further notice, please send cash with your child when buying cafeteria items.  We will advise when the problem is fixed.

Cafeteria:
Pizza Slice and Can Juice = $5.25

PINK SHIRT DAY:
Today (Thursday, February 22) is National Pink Shirt Day in Canada. Wear a pink shirt to let everyone know that you stand up against bullying! Any shade of pink or any type of shirt will do… we’d love to see a sea of pink today!

Math Tutoring:
Math tutoring  Will RESUME today (Thursday) from 3:30 – 5:00 pm

National Cupcake Day:
National Cupcake Day is a day for you to sell cupcakes and to raise money for our local Humane Society. We have been challenged by the students of East Wiltshire to see who can raise the most money for this charity! If you would like to take park and make/buy a dozen cupcakes to sell next Monday, February 26th, please sign up in the office so we know how many to expect. If you want to help organize this event and help with sales, please see Ms. Burry during break today!

 Girl’s Self-Protection Course:
– A reminder to Grade 8 and 9 girls who have signed up for the Self Protection Course from February 26 – March 1, 3:15 – 4:30 pm daily in the Wellness room, the waiver sheet and fee must be paid by tomorrow (Friday February 23rd).

Badminton :
Any student in grade 7, 8, or 9 interested in trying out for the school badminton team is asked to sign-up outside Mrs. Scully’s room, which is located downstairs in house 7.

Stonepark Spring Volleyball Club:
Starting March 5th and will go every Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday until Saturday – April 28th.

  • All grade 6,7 & 8 girls are welcome to attend regardless of experience.
  • Every player competes at their own level

This is open to all grade 6 girls from our feeder schools (new & old).

Girls A Basketball:
Would members of the A girls basketball team see Mrs. Steele in the lobby  following announcements

Final Stonepark Olympic Standings:
We would like to congratulate all participants who participated,  you are all champions.

Bronze medal with 25 team points  Kazakhstan
Lance Kennedy,  Landon MaCallum,  Bailey Burke, Rebecca Collins

Silver medal with 26 team points Netherlands
Wil Fradsham, Emma Stanley, Aaron  Fraser Pound, Delaney Dunn

Gold medal with 27 team points China
Julien Jones, Ty Labobe,  Chara Ellsworth, Noah Stanley

 

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Wednesday – Day 4

Cafeteria:
Pasta Bake, Garlic Toast and Salad = $5.25

PINK SHIRT DAY:
Tomorrow (Thursday, February 22) is National Pink Shirt Day in Canada. Wear a pink shirt to let everyone know that you will stand up against bullying! Any shade of pink or any type of shirt will do… we’d love to see a sea of pink on Thursday!

Leadership Students:
There will be a meeting for all leadership students in the library at reading period today (Wednesday), please be on time.

Pascal Math Students:
Mr. Rooney will be visiting all grade nine homerooms at reading period to confirm students who will be writing the contest next week. This is in lieu of this morning’s practice session which was cancelled.

Duke of Edinburgh Students:
There will be a short meeting today (Wed.) at noontime in Mrs. Helen Smith-MacPhail’s room ALL MUST ATTEND.

Math Tutoring:
Math tutoring  Will RESUME tomorrow (Thursday) from 3:30 – 5:00 pm

National Cupcake Day:
National Cupcake Day is a day for you to sell cupcakes and to raise money for our local Humane Society. We have been challenged by the students of East Wiltshire to see who can raise the most money for this charity! If you would like to take park and make/buy a dozen cupcakes to sell next Monday, February 26th, please sign up in the office so we know how many to expect. If you want to help organize this event and help with sales, please see Ms. Burry during break today!

Girl’s Self-Protection Course:
– A reminder to Grade 8 and 9 girls who have signed up for the Self Protection Course from February 26 – March 1, 3:15 – 4:30 pm daily in the Wellness room, the waiver sheet and fee must be paid by this Friday (February 23rd).

Girls A Basketball:
The A girls basketball team advanced to the zone semi final with an over-time win over Birchwood last night. Celia O’Malley and Darcy Kelly led the Tigers with 9 points each. Reece Kelly chipped in 6 points and played exceptional defense forcing Birchwood to turn the ball over late in the game. The Tigers outscored the Cobras 8-1 in the OT period. The win places the girls in the zone semi final on Thursday at Stonepark. Great effort girls! The team will practice today at 3.

Stonepark Spring Volleyball Club:
Starting March 5th and will go every Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday until Saturday – April 28th.

  • All grade 6,7 & 8 girls are welcome to attend regardless of experience.
  • Every player competes at their own level

This is only open to grade 6 girls from Lucy Maud, Sherwood and Donagh

Stonepark Olympics Standing after 3 events:
Kazakhstan                                        22
China                                                   20
Korea                                                  19
Netherlands                                       18
Switzerland                                       17
Bermuda                                            16
Chile                                                    12
Australia                                            0
Todays final event will be Hockey Shoot Out Showdown…….

Ski Club:
If you did not get your yellow Brookvale waiver please see Mr. Harkness

 

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Tuesday – Day 3

Stonepark Community:

We wish to say a sincere thank you to our wonderful Stonepark Home and School Association, and to all those parents and students who made contributions this past week to make our entire staff feel so appreciated during Staff Appreciation Week. It is always nice to receive such kind gestures to make all of our staff feel so valued.
We want you to know how much we sincerely appreciate it!

Stonepark Staff


Cafeteria:
Chicken Panini served with rice = $5.25

PINK SHIRT DAY:
This coming Thursday, February 22 is National Pink Shirt Day in Canada. Wear a pink shirt to let everyone know that you will stand up against bullying! Any shade of pink or any type of shirt will do… we’d love to see a sea of pink on Thursday!

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

Ski Club:
Remember to pick up your Yellow Brookvale waiver today.

Pascal Math:
Day 4, period 1 will be the next practice for Pascal mathletes. Please check with your period 1 teacher before attending. Also, if there is anyone wishing to write the test but cannot attend Day 4, please stop in for just a minute to chat with Mr. Rooney about your intentions.

Math Tutoring:
Math tutoring  Will RESUME this Thursday (Feb. 22nd.) from 3:30 – 5:00 pm

National Cupcake Day:
National Cupcake Day is a day for you to sell cupcakes and to raise money for our local Humane Society. We have been challenged by the students of East Wiltshire to see who can raise the most money for this charity! If you would like to take park and make/buy a dozen cupcakes to sell next Monday, February 26th, please sign up in the office so we know how many to expect. If you want to help organize this event and help with sales, please see Ms. Burry during break today!

Girl’s Self-Protection Course:
– A reminder to Grade 8 and 9 girls, that there is a sign-up sheet in the office if you want to take part in the after school Self-Protection course from February 26 – March 1, 3:15 – 4:30 pm daily in the Wellness room. The cost is just $20 for the four sessions. Return the waiver sheet and fee by next Friday, February 23rd.

Youth Video Contest:
Students can enter the Youth Video Contest being put on by the City of Charlottetown by creating a short video on their phones with their ideas for how we can reduce our energy use and help fight climate change! They can enter as an individual, in a group, or even as a class for a chance to win a tablet, Bluetooth speaker, or solar powered charging dock! For more details visit www.charlottetown.ca or email communityenergy@charlottetown.ca   Contest ends February 23rd

Boys AA Basketball Team:
The Stonepark AA Boys Basketball team played their playoff game over the weekend and fell 57-41 to Queen Charlotte… the top scorers were Kalon MacDonald-Wood with 17 points Sam Wang 10 points Kallen Power and Owen Headley with 5 points each other scorers were Patrick Muise and Garrett Allen with 2 points each….. with the loss the boys season has come to an end …. thanks for a great season.

Would members of the boys AA basketball team please return both sets of uniforms to Mrs. Steele today or tomorrow.

Stonepark Spring Volleyball Club:
Starting March 5th and will go every Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday until Saturday – April 28th.

  • All grade 6,7 & 8 girls are welcome to attend regardless of experience.
  • Every player competes at their own level
  • Grade 6 girls from Lucy Maud, Sherwood and Donagh

Girls A Basketball:
Members of the girls “A” basketball team are asked to meet at the back doors at 3:10 to travel to Birchwood for a playoff game at 4.

Stonepark Olympics Standing After 2 Events
Netherlands                         17
Korea                                     14
Switzerland                          14
China                                     14
Kazakhstan                           14
Bermuda                               12
Chile                                      10
Australia                                0
Todays event is speed skating with hockey starting on Wednesday

 

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Thank You!!!

Stonepark Community,

We wish to say a sincere thank to our wonderful Stonepark Home and School Association, and to all those parents and students who made contributions this past week to make our entire staff feel so appreciated during Staff Appreciation Week. It is always nice to receive such kind gestures to make all of our staff feel so valued.

We want you to know how much we sincerely appreciate it!

Stonepark Staff

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Thursday – Day 2

Cafeteria:
Chicken Nuggets, Fries, & Juice Box = $5.25

Band:
There will be jazz band today during period 6

Girl’s Self-Protection Course:
– A reminder to Grade 8 and 9 girls, that there is a sign-up sheet in the office if you want to take part in the after school Self-Protection course from February 26 – March 1, 3:15 – 4:30 pm daily in the Wellness room. The cost is just $20 for the four sessions. Return the waiver sheet and fee by next Friday, February 23rd.

Youth Video Contest:
Students can enter the Youth Video Contest being put on by the City of Charlottetown by creating a short video on their phones with their ideas for how we can reduce our energy use and help fight climate change! They can enter as an individual, in a group, or even as a class for a chance to win a tablet, Bluetooth speaker, or solar powered charging dock! For more details visit www.charlottetown.ca or email communityenergy@charlottetown.ca   Contest ends February 23rd

Math Tutoring:
There will be NO Math TUTORING today (Thursday), it will restart next Thursday (22nd.)

Stonepark Olympics:
After some tough sledding yesterday the standing are:
Netherlands                   13
Bermuda                       10
Korea                            9
Switzerland                    8
Chile                             7
China                            7
Kazakhstan                    6
Australia                        0
Todays event is the team biathlon starting at 12:25

Boys AA Basketball:
The AA boys basketball team will travel to Queen Charlotte for a zone semi final today at 4:30.  The winner of this game will advance to the provincials. Good luck boys! Taxis will meet players at the back door at 3:20.

The girls A basketball team will practice today 3-4:30.

 

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Wednesday – Day 1

Cafeteria:

Customer Appreciation:
 Pizza slice, small bottle water and small cookie = $5.50
Pasta Bake served with side salad and garlic toast = $5.25

Girl’s Self-Protection Course:
– A reminder to Grade 8 and 9 girls, that there is a sign-up sheet in the office if you want to take part in the after school Self-Protection course from February 26 – March 1, 3:15 – 4:30 pm daily in the Wellness room. The cost is just $20 for the four sessions. Return the waiver sheet and fee by next Friday, February 23rd.

Pascal Math:
Pascal Math students will meet in the cafeteria during Period 2. Please let your teacher know. If you cannot make it, that is fine, but Mr. Rooney would like you to stop in to the cafeteria to let him know.

Youth Video Contest:
Students can enter the Youth Video Contest being put on by the City of Charlottetown by creating a short video on their phones with their ideas for how we can reduce our energy use and help fight climate change! They can enter as an individual, in a group, or even as a class for a chance to win a tablet, Bluetooth speaker, or solar powered charging dock! For more details visit www.charlottetown.ca or email communityenergy@charlottetown.ca   Contest ends February 23rd

Math Tutoring:
There will be NO TUTORING this Thursday, it will restart next Thursday (22nd.)

Stonepark Olympics:
Starts Today at lunch, teams and host countries are posted outside the gym. All athletes are asked to line up for opening ceremonies at 12:25.
Todays event:  Bobsled Showdown.

Grade 7 & 8 Girls Volleyball:
There will be a grade 7 & 8 Girls Volleyball Club meeting at Silent Reading in the cafeteria.

Girls AA Basketball:
In a game that determined who finished first overall on the Island, the AA girls basketball team used a dominating defensive effort to knock off Summerside 47-16 to secure the #1 seed in next weekends Provincial championships.  Up 17-11 at the half, the Tigers outscored the Owls 30-5 in the second half.  It was a total team effort, with everyone contributing to the win. Sydney Lawlor had 11, Emma Stanley had 6, Abby MacDonald, Ava Sinnott and Cassidy Hurley all scored 5, Jenna Cyr, Menna McCabe and Dara McCabe  all had 4, and Katie Vidito had 3.  Ava Sinnott had 8 rebounds.

 

 

 

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Tuesday – Day 6

Cafeteria:
Taco Tuesday – Taco’s served with Rice and Veggie = $5.00
** Cafeteria is now selling “Chapman’s Ice Cream Cups” = $1.25

Girls Assembly:
There will be a short assembly for all female students in Grades 8 and 9 in the cafeteria during reading period today. Students will be back in class for 5th period.

Youth Video Contest:

Students can enter the Youth Video Contest being put on by the City of Charlottetown by creating a short video on their phones with their ideas for how we can reduce our energy use and help fight climate change! They can enter as an individual, in a group, or even as a class for a chance to win a tablet, Bluetooth speaker, or solar powered charging dock! For more details visit www.charlottetown.ca or email communityenergy@charlottetown.ca   Contest ends February 23rd

Band:
Grade 9 band students are reminded that a deposit to confirm participation in the spring band trip is due today (Tuesday, February 13th). Payment details and information about the proposed itinerary can be found on the band blog:  https://stoneparkband.wordpress.com/2018/01/26/grade-9-band-trip-meeting/

Duke of Edinburgh Trip:
The trip Will Be Rescheduled to Thursday, Feb. 22 and Friday, Feb. 23. Due to the weather forecast – again, we are rescheduling – again. There is a significant risk of falls and breaks when walking, skiing, snowshoeing or hiking on ice.  Given the forecast, that is what we would be on. We will be planning both an indoor and outdoor activity for the next rip which will go ahead no matter what!!

Math Tutoring:
There will be NO TUTORING this Thursday, it will restart next Thursday (22nd.)

Leadership Students:
There will be a meeting at lunch time today for all leadership students. We need to finalize our winter carnival job list. Location to be announced.

STONEPARK OLYMPICS:
Any Students interested in signing up for the Stonepark Olympic Games come down to the physical literacy center at morning break or lunch.  Sign up as an individual and you will be assigned a country to represent as a team with other students.   Bobsledding will be the first event on Wednesday.

Stonepark Girls Volleyball:

Meeting today during Silent Reading in the Cafeteria

Boys AA Basketball:
The Stonepark AA boys basketball team were still down a man and with 8 players played a great game against Birchwood. After the first half they were down 33 – 30 and after the 3rd Birchwood was leading 43 – 37 but in the 4th quarter they outscored Birchwood 20 – 12 to pull out a 57 – 55 win …… the team was lead by Kalon MacDonald-Wood with 32 points ….. Sam Wang with 16 points and Patrick Muise with 6 points ….other scorers were Gabe Trainor  with 2 and Kallen Power with 1 …….with the win the team finished the season in 3rd place and will play Queen Charlotte in the playoffs

 

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Monday – Day 5

Cafeteria:
Meatballs, served with rice & veggie = $5.25
** Cafeteria is now selling “Chapman’s Ice Cream Cups” = $1.25

Band:
Grade 7’s have band rehearsal at lunchtime.

Duke of Edinburgh Students:
There will be a meeting today at lunch time in Mrs. Helen Smith-MacPhal’s room.

Math Tutoring:
There will be NO TUTORING this Thursday, it will restart next Thursday (22nd.)

Leadership Students:
There will be a meeting at lunch tomorrow for all leadership students. We need to finalize our winter carnival job list. Location to be announced.

STONEPARK OLYMPICS:
Any Students interested in signing up for the Stonepark Olympic Games come down to the physical literacy center at morning break or lunch.  Sign up as an individual and you will be assigned a country to represent as a team with other students.   Bobsledding will be the first event on Wednesday.

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“Raider Night”

From our friends at Charlottetown Rural:

On February 15, from 5:00-8:00 PM, Charlottetown Rural High School is opening its doors to allow the school community to experience CRHS through an evening of food and exploration. For $10.00, people will be treated to a roving food experience prepared by Culinary 801 students in collaboration with the Culinary Institute of Canada. While you enjoy the various food stations positioned throughout the school, you will have the opportunity to explore student led activities, talents and projects which we feel would be of high interest to our school community.  A special invitation is extended to grade nine students/parents to learn more about their next educational experience. Tickets can be purchased through current CRHS students, or through student services at the school (902)368-6905.  For more information about this event, please visit www.therural.ca.
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