Shepherd’s Pie, served with a side salad OR a garlic bread stick.
Grade 8 saxophone and bass clarinet players are asked to meet in the band room today at 12:05.
Recipe In A Jar:
A reminder to all students and staff, all purchases and sales for Recipes In A JAR, need to be turned in and completed by tomorrow. We are just about half-way to our goal of 2000 jars sold. And of course using the school’s percentage of these sales to purchase more water filling stations, as we currently only have 2 and we have not been provided funding for any additional. So do you best to tap into your neighbourhood and social connections.
As of right now 7A leads grade 7 with 125 jars sold, 7G is second with 70.
In grade 8 8B has taken the lead by 5 jars over 8C and Just 7 jars ahead of 8I
In grade 9, 9B continues to charge ahead with 60 jars sold.
A reminder of the hundreds of dollars we are prepared to give away for top sellers, as well as pizza parties for top selling classes.
Gym Locker Areas:
All outdoor athletes are reminded they are not permitted in the gym locker areas at any time. They are to change in their assigned cohort washroom and head to their field of play. Volleyball players are asked to use the gym change rooms respecting the maximum capacity guidelines posted outside the doors.
The boys volleyball team suffered a tough defeat at East Wiltshire last night by a score of 4 sets to 1, but will have a chance to bounce back against rivals Birchwood tomorrow evening. The boys will practice after school today from 3-4:30 today. Please come down right after the final bell and get changed and ready to go right at 3 o’clock.
Girls AA Soccer:
Girls AA Soccer team secured a playoff position last night, with their third win in the regular season. They defeated Queen Charlotte yesterday, with a final score of 3-1. Queen Charlotte came out of the gate strong, with an early goal, but Sophie Gallant was quick to tie it up in the first half. Sonia Perry gave us the lead with a beautiful goal from outside the 18-yard box before half-time. Sophie Gallant was able to get the final “comfort goal”, to give us a two-goal lead and secure the win for Stonepark! Ms. Neill and Mr. Bradley are both so proud of our girls for their outstanding performance so far this season! We will practice Thursday at 3:30, to prepare for our first semi-final game on Tuesday. Go Tigers!!
There will be an important Cross Country meeting at 9h37, during the break, in Mr. Beaton’s room for all students participating in tomorrow’s meet.
Girls Field Hockey:
The girls field hockey team won their final regular season game yesterday as they defeated Montague 1-0. The girls dominated the game having several shots on the Montague goal. Abby Larkin capitalized on a penalty corner for the winning goal. Kaelyn Doyle had a key save in the final minutes to record the shutout. Well done girls.