Friday, December 6, 2019 WEEK 2: D, C, B, A

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 Are you in grade 11 or 12?  Are you interested in pursuing a trade?  Georgian College is hosting a Skilled Trades Day to help high school students learn more about careers in carpentry, electrical, plumbing and more!  Space is limited to 15 students. Please speak to Ms. Humphries ASAP if you are interested in participating.

The student of the month for November is Leah CHURCH!  Leah is a passionate student of the arts. She is the first to sign up for any opportunity in the drama room, and she encourages her friends to hop aboard. Leah is even a leader on our improv team, which is something she didn’t think she could do in September! This month, she has worked really hard in drama class to learn a big role for our class project “Imagine That!” Leah is also an enthusiastic student of vocal music, and she’s been a part of performing at Empty Bowls, at the Remembrance assembly, at Awards Night, and any time she can. She’s also a dedicated doodler, and decorates her and her friends’ lockers with all sorts of designs. Her confident self-expression and friendly warmth for the people around her make Leah a model gryphon. Congratulations, Leah. Please meet Ms. Ledger in the front foyer at 11:30 for a picture.

Attention Outer’s Club: Quick meeting at the beginning of lunch today in the Library. Time to set a date and firm up plans for our spring excursion. Any and all people interested in a 3 day camping trip in early May are welcome to attend. Our hopeful destination this year – Presqu’ile and Sandbanks Provincial Parks. Does hiking and biking around 2 of Ontario’s best parks as well as traversing across the 2nd largest suspension bridge in Ontario sound interesting? Find out more today @ 1130 in the Library.

Bus 326 has been delayed approximately 15 minutes due to poor road conditions.

 

From the Sports Desk:

The novice and senior girls volleyball teams hosted the Panthers from Parry Sound yesterday.  The novice team steadily improved throughout the game and were able to win in four sets. Next up were the seniors who were determined to win their first game of the season and with steady play from Kohl Pulfer and Madison Dunlop the team was able to successfully accomplish their goal, by defeating the Panthers in 4 sets.  Their next game is Tuesday at BMLSS.