Green Shirt Day:
Last April, Canadians rallied together in support of the victims, survivors and families of the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Many students and teachers took part by putting out hockey sticks in front of their classrooms and wearing their jerseys to school. This year, the family of Logan Boulet is holding the first annual national Green Shirt Day in honour of their son and the Broncos family, and to increase awareness about the importance of organ donation. Green Shirt Day is on Sunday, April 7, but we are asking schools and workplaces to consider participating on Monday, April 8.
Before Logan Boulet was fatally injured in the Broncos bus crash, he had registered his decision to be an organ donor and discussed his wishes with his family. The 21-year old defenceman went on to save six lives with his generous gifts. In the weeks that followed, Logan’s story inspired more than 100,000 Canadians to become registered organ donors. This became known as the “Logan Boulet Effect”. Now, the Boulet family would like that legacy to continue through an annual Green Shirt Day (greenshirtday.ca, #GreenShirtDay).
If you have any additional questions, The Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Manager, Angela Carpenter can be contacted at email@example.com or 902-368-5920. We hope to see as many students and staff wear green on April 8!
Brett Roache and Rachel Campbell will be starting their student teaching practicums with Mr. Headley and M. Valois respectively. They will be with us until May 2nd. We welcome Mr. Roache and Mme Campbell to Stonepark and wish them all the best in their respective teaching assignments.
Provincial Science Fair:
Kennedy Beals from 9E and Ifra Zaidi from 9F participated in the PEI Science Fair 2019 with their project on checking how accurate an eyewitness testimony is. Their project “Can You Remember?” received an Honourable Mention from the judges. Congratulations to both of these students on a job well done.
– The school’s Heritage Fair will be held tomorrow morning, Tuesday, in the cafeteria. We want to remind students who use the cafeteria in the morning and at break time to not touch students’ backboards and project materials. Would all Grade 7s taking part in tomorrow’s fair, meet with Mrs. Burry in the Grade 7 upstairs TPC next to her office during Reading Period today.
All class reps on the Green Team will meet in the Multipurpose Room Wednesday, April 3rd during Reading Period
There will be a meeting on Tuesday for all students involved in leadership about upcoming activities.
PROVINCIAL U16 BOYS FLAG FOOTBALL:
Provincial Flag Football U-16 Boys Tryouts will be starting Wednesday April 3rd at Sherwood Elementary School 6:30-8:30pm. Tryouts will run in the Sherwood Elementary School Gymnasium every Monday and Wednesday evening for the Month of April. For more information please contact Colleen Henderson via email – TeamPEIFlag@gmail.com
Final rosters for Bantam and Intermediate Boys and Girls teams have been posted outside of the gym. Thanks to all who tried out.
Practices will take place for all team members this coming Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3:00 – 4:30 in the gym.
Girls Flag Football:
Any girls interested in Flag Football there will practices in the cafeteria tomorrow (Tuesday) & Wednesday April 3. Grade 7’s 3:00 – 3:45 Grade 8-9’s 3:45 – 4:30, Any questions please see Mr. Harkness or Mrs. Steele