Monday, June 1, 2009

Day 2 - H.S. & Day 1 - Gr. 7 & 8


7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

GRADE 7/8 GIRLS SOFTBALL: Girls interested in trying out for softball must attend tryouts on Tuesday, June 2nd and Thursday, June 4th at 7:45 AM. Meet in front of the school & bring your own gloves. (AJ –Jun 3)

GRADE 8’S SIGN UP FOR THE 2010 OVERSEAS ENRICHMENT TRIP to Madrid, Costa del Sol, Seville and Portugal is underway, with plans to attend one of Europe's largest Easter processions in Seville. Please see Ms. Stewart in Rm. 130. There will be a meeting in the library Thursday June 4, 2009 during 7/8 lunch. (NS –Jun 4)

ATTENTION GRADE 8 STUDENTS: Tickets for the second annual Grade 8 Semi Formal Dinner & Dance will be on sale June 1st - June 5th. Bring your permission form and money to the table outside the cafeteria. Grade 8 Band students are reminded to purchase their ticket BEFORE the band trip as tickets will not be available for purchase after June 5th. Also, Grade 8 homeroom classes are reminded to put together their song playlist and submit to room 332 before June 5th. (AJ –Jun 5)

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

YEARBOOK: A reminder to all yearbook students that we have a very important meeting after school today in room 103. (AH –Jun 1)

ATHLETIC BANQUET SLIDE SHOW: Attention all High School Athletes and Coaches - we NEED YOUR PICTURES for this year's Athletic Banquet!! Please hand in your pictures on a CD to J.A. OR Miss. Kuchma in the phys-ed office by June 1st. Please remember to label your CD. Coaches, feel free to email Miss. Kuchma your pictures if that is easier. (EK –Jun 1)

HS SIGN UP FOR THE 2010 OVERSEAS ENRICHMENT TRIP to Madrid, Costa del Sol, Seville and Portugal is underway, with plans to attend one of Europe's largest Easter processions in Seville. Please see Ms. Stewart in Rm. 130. There will be a meeting in the library Thursday June 4, 2009 during HS lunch and 7/8 lunch. (NS –Jun 4)

DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING THIS SUMMER? Join Camp Micah.
When: August 24-29, 2009. Where: Bancroft Ontario Who: High school students Cost: $400.00
Camp Micah is an Ecumenical, Christian leadership experience for high school youth who have a passion for social justice and peace. Activities include learning new skills, leadership, rock climbing, canoeing, poetry writing, and environmental awareness. Check out www.campmicah.ca or ask your Chaplain Donna for more details. (DH –Jun 12)

MT WRITING ANTHOLOGY: Attention all artists and writers: Mother Teresa is putting together its second annual writing anthology. If you are interested in having your artwork or writing published, please submit your work to Mrs. Earle (room 137) or Mrs. Zivkovic (room 134) by Friday, June 5th. We are accepting artwork, poems, song lyrics, non-fiction writing, and short stories that are no longer than 500 words. Please see Mrs. Earle if you have any questions. (TE –Jun 5)

STUDENT SERVICES

IT’S BACK! THE FERRARI FESTIVAL: June 19th-21st. Looking for student volunteers to work 3-hour shifts on Friday evening, Saturday afternoon and evening and Sunday morning. You can sign up for more than one shift. T-shirts and caps are provided. Bring your community service hour sheets to be filled in. You will be part of a team ensuring that people do not get too close to the parked and roped off sports cars. E-mail your Name and phone number to: dharding@magma.ca subject: Ferrari Festival. You will receive more details as soon as your e-mail is received. This event is put on to raise money for the Villa Marconi, a charitable non-profit organization providing long-term care, retirement housing and a cultural center. (KW –Jun 15)

DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM – SUMMER 2009: Students may register either by mailing/dropping off the registration form to the Continuing Education Department (570 West Hunt Club Road), or by calling 613 228-3338 to register with Visa or MasterCard payment. Registration runs from May 15th to June 17th. The forms are available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 17)

LOOKING FOR BARBEQUE VOLUNTEERS: The Adrienne Clarkson Elementary School Parent Council is holding their 7th annual "Faces of ACES" Barbeque on Tuesday, June 09, 2009 (rain or shine!), from 5:00 - 7:30. We are very interested in having students help us out with this event, giving them the opportunity to earn community involvement hours towards their high school graduation. Examples of work the volunteers could be assigned include the supervision of games and activities during the BBQ and handing out food. Students can volunteer for part or all of the BBQ. Interested students can contact Jennifer Sabourin, Volunteer Coordinator, either by phone 613-823-6757 (home), or by email: jensabourin@sympatico.ca. (KW –Jun 5)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (EL -Jun 5)

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS for a really big book sale event on Saturday, June 27th, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the grounds of Convent Glen Catholic School, 6212 Jeanne D'Arc Blvd in Orleans. We are in need of help both before and during the sale. Volunteers will help sort, price, sell books and refreshments to the general public. A commitment of at least 2 hours is required. Please direct your inquiries to vol.obovf@oneboyonevan.ca. You can check the website at www.oneboyonevan.ca for more information about the charitable organization and their mission. (KW –Jun 12)

GRAD

GRAD TICKETS: Each graduate will receive two tickets for the graduation ceremony, to be held at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 25. If graduates would like to request extra tickets, they can do so by signing up in the Student Services office, beginning Monday, June 1. Due to space restrictions at the school, we have a limited number of extra tickets. We cannot guarantee that all requests will be filled. (GN –Jun 12)
Friday, May 29, 2009

Day 1 - H.S. & Day 5 - Gr. 7 & 8

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

BAKESALE: Next week there will be a bakesale from Monday to Friday at senior lunch outside the cafeteria. Baked goods will also be sold at the Carnival on Wed - beside the pizza table. All goods are 25 cents to 75 cents. Don't forget your quarters! (MB – May 29)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

ATTENTION GRADE 8 STUDENTS: Tickets for the second annual Grade 8 Semi Formal Dinner & Dance will be on sale June 1st - June 5th. Bring your permission form and money to the table outside the cafeteria. Grade 8 Band students are reminded to purchase their ticket BEFORE the band trip as tickets will not be available for purchase after June 5th. Also, Grade 8 homeroom classes are reminded to put together their song playlist and submit to room 332 before June 5th. (AJ –Jun 5)

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

YEARBOOK: There is a brief but important meeting for all students who took the yearbook course first semester in room 203 (not room 103!) at 11:45 am today. Please see Mrs. Hopkins if you can't make the meeting. (AH –May 29)

ATHLETIC BANQUET SLIDE SHOW: Attention all High School Athletes and Coaches - we NEED YOUR PICTURES for this year's Athletic Banquet!! Please hand in your pictures on a CD to J.A. OR Miss. Kuchma in the phys-ed office by June 1st. Please remember to label your CD. Coaches, feel free to email Miss. Kuchma your pictures if that is easier. (EK –Jun 1)

DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING THIS SUMMER? Join Camp Micah.
When: August 24-29, 2009. Where: Bancroft Ontario Who: High school students Cost: $400.00
Camp Micah is an Ecumenical, Christian leadership experience for high school youth who have a passion for social justice and peace. Activities include learning new skills, leadership, rock climbing, canoeing, poetry writing, and environmental awareness. Check out www.campmicah.ca or ask your Chaplain Donna for more details. (DH –Jun 12)

MT WRITING ANTHOLOGY: Attention all artists and writers: Mother Teresa is putting together its second annual writing anthology. If you are interested in having your artwork or writing published, please submit your work to Mrs. Earle (room 137) or Mrs. Zivkovic (room 134) by Friday, June 5th. We are accepting artwork, poems, song lyrics, non-fiction writing, and short stories that are no longer than 500 words. Please see Mrs. Earle if you have any questions. (TE –Jun 5)

STUDENT SERVICES

VOLUNTEER HOURS: Farley Mowat Public School is hosting a Family Mayfair on Saturday, May 30 from 10-2pm. Volunteers are needed to work from 8 am to 4 pm at the concession stands, bake sale, ticket sales, BBQ and games for all ages. On Friday evening (6 pm - 8 pm) volunteers are also needed to help set up. Please contact Karla Randell at krandec385@rogers.com for more information or to sign up. (KW -May 28)

VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE: Come to the Great Barrhaven Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, June 6th and help out. Pair up and work as game officials or at the registration desk. Volunteer for one hour or four or for the day. If you need more hours, let us know. Send an e-mail to joeking@magma.ca with your contact information: name, school, grade and phone/e-mail. Many thanks for helping out. See poster in Student Services. (KW -May 29)

DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM – SUMMER 2009: Students may register either by mailing/dropping off the registration form to the Continuing Education Department (570 West Hunt Club Road), or by calling 613 228-3338 to register with Visa or MasterCard payment. Registration runs from May 15th to June 17th. The forms are available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 17)

LOOKING FOR BARBEQUE VOLUNTEERS: The Adrienne Clarkson Elementary School Parent Council is holding their 7th annual "Faces of ACES" Barbeque on Tuesday, June 09, 2009 (rain or shine!), from 5:00 - 7:30. We are very interested in having students help us out with this event, giving them the opportunity to earn community involvement hours towards their high school graduation. Examples of work the volunteers could be assigned include the supervision of games and activities during the BBQ and handing out food. Students can volunteer for part or all of the BBQ. Interested students can contact Jennifer Sabourin, Volunteer Coordinator, either by phone 613-823-6757 (home), or by email: jensabourin@sympatico.ca. (KW –Jun 6)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (EL -Jun 5)

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS for a really big book sale event on Saturday, June 27th, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the grounds of Convent Glen Catholic School, 6212 Jeanne D'Arc Blvd in Orleans. We are in need of help both before and during the sale. Volunteers will help sort, price, sell books and refreshments to the general public. A commitment of at least 2 hours is required. Please direct your inquiries to vol.obovf@oneboyonevan.ca. You can check the website at www.oneboyonevan.ca for more information about the charitable organization and their mission. (KW –Jun 12)
Thursday, May 28, 2009

Day 2 - H.S. & Day 4 - Gr. 7 & 8

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

PIZZA for sale! Got the after school munchies? Come buy a slice of tasty Toppers pizza Tuesday May 26 and Thursday May 28 right after school outside the tuck shop. $2.00 a slice. Be there or be hungry! (CC –May 28)

BAKESALE: Next week there will be a bakesale from Monday to Friday at senior lunch outside the cafeteria. Baked goods will also be sold at the Carnival on Wed - beside the pizza table. All goods are 25 cents to 75 cents. Don't forget your quarters! (MB – May 29)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

MANGA CLUB: Pizza money is due TODAY, May 28th. (CHV –May 28)

ATTENTION GRADE 8 STUDENTS: Tickets for the second annual Grade 8 Semi Formal Dinner & Dance will be on sale June 1st - June 5th. Bring your permission form and money to the table outside the cafeteria. Grade 8 Band students are reminded to purchase their ticket BEFORE the band trip as tickets will not be available for purchase after June 5th. Also, Grade 8 homeroom classes are reminded to put together their song playlist and submit to room 332 before June 5th. (AJ –Jun 5)

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

ATHLETIC BANQUET SLIDE SHOW: Attention all High School Athletes and Coaches - we NEED YOUR PICTURES for this year's Athletic Banquet!! Please hand in your pictures on a CD to J.A. OR Miss. Kuchma in the phys-ed office by June 1st. Please remember to label your CD. Coaches, feel free to email Miss. Kuchma your pictures if that is easier. (EK –Jun 1)

DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING THIS SUMMER? Join Camp Micah.
When: August 24-29, 2009. Where: Bancroft Ontario Who: High school students Cost: $400.00
Camp Micah is an Ecumenical, Christian leadership experience for high school youth who have a passion for social justice and peace. Activities include learning new skills, leadership, rock climbing, canoeing, poetry writing, and environmental awareness. Check out www.campmicah.ca or ask your Chaplain Donna for more details. (DH –Jun 12)

MT WRITING ANTHOLOGY: Attention all artists and writers: Mother Teresa is putting together its second annual writing anthology. If you are interested in having your artwork or writing published, please submit your work to Mrs. Earle (room 137) or Mrs. Zivkovic (room 134) by Friday, June 5th. We are accepting artwork, poems, song lyrics, non-fiction writing, and short stories that are no longer than 500 words. Please see Mrs. Earle if you have any questions. (TE –Jun 5)

STUDENT SERVICES

VOLUNTEER HOURS: Farley Mowat Public School is hosting a Family Mayfair on Saturday, May 30 from 10-2pm. Volunteers are needed to work from 8 am to 4 pm at the concession stands, bake sale, ticket sales, BBQ and games for all ages. On Friday evening (6 pm - 8 pm) volunteers are also needed to help set up. Please contact Karla Randell at krandec385@rogers.com for more information or to sign up. (KW -May 28)

VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE: Come to the Great Barrhaven Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, June 6th and help out. Pair up and work as game officials or at the registration desk. Volunteer for one hour or four or for the day. If you need more hours, let us know. Send an e-mail to joeking@magma.ca with your contact information: name, school, grade and phone/e-mail. Many thanks for helping out. See poster in Student Services. (KW -May 29)

DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM – SUMMER 2009: Students may register either by mailing/dropping off the registration form to the Continuing Education Department (570 West Hunt Club Road), or by calling 613 228-3338 to register with Visa or MasterCard payment. Registration runs from May 15th to June 17th. The forms are available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 17)

LOOKING FOR BARBEQUE VOLUNTEERS: The Adrienne Clarkson Elementary School Parent Council is holding their 7th annual "Faces of ACES" Barbeque on Tuesday, June 09, 2009 (rain or shine!), from 5:00 - 7:30. We are very interested in having students help us out with this event, giving them the opportunity to earn community involvement hours towards their high school graduation. Examples of work the volunteers could be assigned include the supervision of games and activities during the BBQ and handing out food. Students can volunteer for part or all of the BBQ. Interested students can contact Jennifer Sabourin, Volunteer Coordinator, either by phone 613-823-6757 (home), or by email: jensabourin@sympatico.ca. (KW –Jun 6)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (EL -Jun 5)

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS for a really big book sale event on Saturday, June 27th, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the grounds of Convent Glen Catholic School, 6212 Jeanne D'Arc Blvd in Orleans. We are in need of help both before and during the sale. Volunteers will help sort, price, sell books and refreshments to the general public. A commitment of at least 2 hours is required. Please direct your inquiries to vol.obovf@oneboyonevan.ca. You can check the website at www.oneboyonevan.ca for more information about the charitable organization and their mission. (KW –Jun 12)
Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Day 1 - H.S. & Day 3 - Gr. 7 & 8

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

PIZZA for sale! Got the after school munchies? Come buy a slice of tasty Toppers pizza Tuesday May 26 and Thursday May 28 right after school outside the tuck shop. $2.00 a slice. Be there or be hungry! (CC –May 28)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

7/8 GIRLS SOFTBALL: Grade 7/8 Girls interested in trying out for the Softball Team - Our first tryout will be held on Thursday, May 28th at 7:45 AM. Bring your glove and meet your coach at the front of the school at 7:45 AM. (AJ –May 27)

ATTENTION GRADE 8 STUDENTS: Tickets for the second annual Grade 8 Semi Formal Dinner & Dance will be on sale June 1st - June 5th. Bring your permission form and money to the table outside the cafeteria. Grade 8 Band students are reminded to purchase their ticket BEFORE the band trip as tickets will not be available for purchase after June 5th. Also, Grade 8 homeroom classes are reminded to put together their song playlist and submit to room 332 before June 5th. (AJ –Jun 5)

MANGA CLUB: Pizza money is due Thursday, May 28th. (CHV –May 28)

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

LIVE IT UP: All Live it Up members are asked to attend an important meeting today at lunch in the Career Centre. See you there! (KP –May 27)

STAND UP TO BULLYING: There will be a very important STAND UP TO BULLYING meeting TODAY (Wednesday) in the Career Centre from 11:45 – 12:15. Bring your lunch. (TC –May 27)

ATHLETIC BANQUET SLIDE SHOW: Attention all High School Athletes and Coaches. We NEED YOUR PICTURES for this year's Athletic Banquet!! Please hand in your pictures on a CD to J.A. OR Miss. Kuchma in the phys-ed office by June 1st. Please remember to label your CD. Coaches, feel free to email Miss. Kuchma your pictures if that is easier. (EK –Jun 1)

DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING THIS SUMMER? Join Camp Micah.
When: August 24-29, 2009. Where: Bancroft Ontario Who: High school students Cost: $400.00
Camp Micah is an Ecumenical, Christian leadership experience for high school youth who have a passion for social justice and peace. Activities include learning new skills, leadership, rock climbing, canoeing, poetry writing, and environmental awareness. Check out www.campmicah.ca or ask your Chaplain Donna for more details. (DH –Jun 12)

T&F VOLUNTEER MEETING: Students J.H., H.R., J.J., M.G., L.W., T.S., T.D., J.P., J.G., N.D., G.M., J.W., R.H., V.M., D.K., B.N., J.H., A.M., D.C., S.P., S.V., and J.R., are asked to report to the 7/8 P.E. offices at the beginning of lunch today for a T&F meeting. (MM –May 27)

MT WRITING ANTHOLOGY: Attention all artists and writers: Mother Teresa is putting together its second annual writing anthology. If you are interested in having your artwork or writing published, please submit your work to Mrs. Earle (room 137) or Mrs. Zivkovic (room 134) by Friday, June 5th. We are accepting artwork, poems, song lyrics, non-fiction writing, and short stories that are no longer than 500 words. Please see Mrs. Earle if you have any questions. (TE –Jun 5)

STUDENT SERVICES

DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM – SUMMER 2009: Students may register either by mailing/dropping off the registration form to the Continuing Education Department (570 West Hunt Club Road), or by calling 613 228-3338 to register with Visa or MasterCard payment. Registration runs from May 15th to June 17th. The forms are available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 17)

VOLUNTEER HOURS: Farley Mowat Public School is hosting a Family Mayfair on Saturday, May 30 from 10-2pm. Volunteers are needed to work from 8 am to 4 pm at the concession stands, bake sale, ticket sales, BBQ and games for all ages. On Friday evening (6 pm - 8 pm) volunteers are also needed to help set up. Please contact Karla Randell at krandec385@rogers.com for more information or to sign up. (KW -May 28)

LOOKING FOR BARBEQUE VOLUNTEERS: The Adrienne Clarkson Elementary School Parent Council is holding their 7th annual "Faces of ACES" Barbeque on Tuesday, June 09, 2009 (rain or shine!), from 5:00 - 7:30. We are very interested in having students help us out with this event, giving them the opportunity to earn community involvement hours towards their high school graduation. Examples of work the volunteers could be assigned include the supervision of games and activities during the BBQ and handing out food. Students can volunteer for part or all of the BBQ. Interested students can contact Jennifer Sabourin, Volunteer Coordinator, either by phone 613-823-6757 (home), or by email: jensabourin@sympatico.ca. (KW –Jun 6)

VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE: Come to the Great Barrhaven Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, June 6th and help out. Pair up and work as game officials or at the registration desk. Volunteer for one hour or four or for the day. If you need more hours, let us know. Send an e-mail to joeking@magma.ca with your contact information: name, school, grade and phone/e-mail. Many thanks for helping out. See poster in Student Services. (KW -May 29)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (EL -Jun 5)

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS for a really big book sale event on Saturday, June 27th, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the grounds of Convent Glen Catholic School, 6212 Jeanne D'Arc Blvd in Orleans. We are in need of help both before and during the sale. Volunteers will help sort, price, sell books and refreshments to the general public. A commitment of at least 2 hours is required. Please direct your inquiries to vol.obovf@oneboyonevan.ca. You can check the website at www.oneboyonevan.ca for more information about the charitable organization and their mission. (KW –Jun 12)

GRAD

PROM COMMITTEE: The final Prom Committee Meeting of the YEAR is today, Wednesday, at lunch, in room 134. Please attend. (FZ –May 27)
Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Day 2 - H.S. & Day 2 - Gr. 7 & 8

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

LIBRARY CLOSURE: The library will be closed after school on Tuesday, May 26th. (CHV –May 26)

PIZZA for sale! Got the after school munchies? Come buy a slice of tasty Toppers pizza Tuesday May 26 and Thursday May 28 right after school outside the tuck shop. $2.00 a slice. Be there or be hungry! (CC –May 28)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

7/8 BOYS AND GIRLS TOUCH FOOTBALL: Players are to meet at the front of the school right after 7/8 lunch to catch the bus to Franco-Ouest at 1:30pm. If you are late, the bus will be leaving without you. (EB –May 26)

ATTENTION GRADE 8 STUDENTS: Tickets for the second annual Grade 8 Semi Formal Dinner & Dance will be on sale June 1st - June 5th. Bring your permission form and money to the table outside the cafeteria. Grade 8 Band students are reminded to purchase their ticket BEFORE the band trip as tickets will not be available for purchase after June 5th. Also, Grade 8 homeroom classes are reminded to put together their song playlist and submit to room 332 before June 5th. (AJ –Jun 5)

MANGA CLUB: Pizza money is due Thursday, May 28th. (CHV –May 28)

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

ATHLETIC BANQUET SLIDE SHOW: Attention all High School Athletes and Coaches. We NEED YOUR PICTURES for this year's Athletic Banquet!! Please hand in your pictures on a CD to J.A. OR Miss. Kuchma in the phys-ed office by June 1st. Please remember to label your CD. Coaches, feel free to email Miss. Kuchma your pictures if that is easier. (EK –Jun 1)

STUDENT SERVICES

DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM – SUMMER 2009: Students may register either by mailing/dropping off the registration form to the Continuing Education Department (570 West Hunt Club Road), or by calling 613 228-3338 to register with Visa or MasterCard payment. Registration runs from May 15th to June 17th. The forms are available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 17)

VOLUNTEER HOURS: Farley Mowat Public School is hosting a Family Mayfair on Saturday, May 30 from 10-2pm. Volunteers are needed to work from 8 am to 4 pm at the concession stands, bake sale, ticket sales, BBQ and games for all ages. On Friday evening (6 pm - 8 pm) volunteers are also needed to help set up. Please contact Karla Randell at krandec385@rogers.com for more information or to sign up. (KW -May 28)

VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE: Come to the Great Barrhaven Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, June 6th and help out. Pair up and work as game officials or at the registration desk. Volunteer for one hour or four or for the day. If you need more hours, let us know. Send an e-mail to joeking@magma.ca with your contact information: name, school, grade and phone/e-mail. Many thanks for helping out. See poster in Student Services. (KW -May 29)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (EL -Jun 5)

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS for a really big book sale event on Saturday, June 27th, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the grounds of Convent Glen Catholic School, 6212 Jeanne D'Arc Blvd in Orleans. We are in need of help both before and during the sale. Volunteers will help sort, price, sell books and refreshments to the general public. A commitment of at least 2 hours is required. Please direct your inquiries to vol.obovf@oneboyonevan.ca. You can check the website at www.oneboyonevan.ca for more information about the charitable organization and their mission. (KW –Jun 12)
Monday, May 25, 2009

Day 1 - H.S. & Day 1 - Gr. 7 & 8

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

PIZZA for sale! Got the after school munchies? Come buy a slice of tasty Toppers pizza Tuesday May 26 and Thursday May 28 right after school outside the tuck shop. $2.00 a slice. Be there or be hungry! (CC –May 28)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

RED MAPLE CLUB MEETING: The next meeting is on Monday, May 25th. Plans for the year-end celebration at Immaculata will be finalized. If you cannot make this meeting, please see Mrs. Harrington-Veryard. (CHV –May 25)

MANGA CLUB: Pizza money is due Thursday, May 28th. (CHV –May 28)

BOYS SOFTBALL: There will be a 7/8 boys' softball tryout on Tuesday at 7:45 AM. Meet at the ball diamond across from the school. (MP –May 25)

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

ATHLETIC BANQUET SLIDE SHOW: Attention all High School Athletes and Coaches. We NEED YOUR PICTURES for this year's Athletic Banquet!! Please hand in your pictures on a CD to J.A. OR Miss. Kuchma in the phys-ed office by June 1st. Please remember to label your CD. Coaches, feel free to email Miss. Kuchma your pictures if that is easier. (EK –Jun 1)

ATHLETIC COUNCIL: There is an important meeting regarding the Banquet on Monday May 25 at 3:10 in Room 135. (EK –May 25)

BEACH VOLLEYBALL INTRAMURALS: Games will commence on Monday May 25. See the bulletin board outside the wood floor gym Friday for schedules. (EK –May 25)

STUDENT SERVICES

DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM – SUMMER 2009: Students may register either by mailing/dropping off the registration form to the Continuing Education Department (570 West Hunt Club Road), or by calling 613 228-3338 to register with Visa or MasterCard payment. Registration runs from May 15th to June 17th. The forms are available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 17)

VOLUNTEER HOURS: Farley Mowat Public School is hosting a Family Mayfair on Saturday, May 30 from 10-2pm. Volunteers are needed to work from 8 am to 4 pm at the concession stands, bake sale, ticket sales, BBQ and games for all ages. On Friday evening (6 pm - 8 pm) volunteers are also needed to help set up. Please contact Karla Randell at krandec385@rogers.com for more information or to sign up. (KW -May 28)

VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE: Come to the Great Barrhaven Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, June 6th and help out. Pair up and work as game officials or at the registration desk. Volunteer for one hour or four or for the day. If you need more hours, let us know. Send an e-mail to joeking@magma.ca with your contact information: name, school, grade and phone/e-mail. Many thanks for helping out. See poster in Student Services. (KW -May 29)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (EL -Jun 5)

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS for a really big book sale event on Saturday, June 27th, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the grounds of Convent Glen Catholic School, 6212 Jeanne D'Arc Blvd in Orleans. We are in need of help both before and during the sale. Volunteers will help sort, price, sell books and refreshments to the general public. A commitment of at least 2 hours is required. Please direct your inquiries to vol.obovf@oneboyonevan.ca. You can check the website at www.oneboyonevan.ca for more information about the charitable organization and their mission. (KW –Jun 12)

GRAD
Friday, May 22, 2009

Day 2 - H.S. & Day 5 - Gr. 7 & 8

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

RED MAPLE CLUB MEETING: The next meeting is on Monday, May 25th. Plans for the year-end celebration at Immaculata will be finalized. If you cannot make this meeting, please see Mrs. Harrington-Veryard. (CHV –May 25)

MANGA CLUB: Pizza money is due Thursday, May 28th. (CHV –May 28)

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

REMINDER: High School students are NOT to be cutting through the 7/8 wing (2nd and 3rd Floor of the new wing). This includes all times of the day…before school, between classes, at lunch, and after school. Violators will face consequences. (JP –May 22)

XBOX CONTROLLER RETURN: Can the following students please return their Xbox controllers to Mr. Francoeur: D.P. - 1 controller dongle, K.S. - 2 wired controllers, A.M. - 2 wired controllers, S.N. - 1 wired controller. (PC –May 22)

STRATFORD 2009: Students who did not come to the meeting on Wednesday, May 20th at lunch, are asked to see Mrs. Simpson before the end of the week. Deposits still need to be made and room assignments given out. (JS –May 22)

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO HAVE REGISTERED FOR CO-OP NEXT YEAR! Co-op interviews appointment slips are now being given to homeroom teachers. If you have handed in your application form, resume and co-op fees then you will be given a co-op interview over the next few weeks. Please inform your parents of your interview and keep the appointment slip in a secure place. If you have a scheduling conflict please see Mrs. O’Sullivan to re-schedule. If you miss your interview you will be re-scheduled for a later date when there will be fewer job opportunities available. (MO –May 22)

ATHLETIC BANQUET SLIDE SHOW: Attention all High School Athletes and Coaches. We NEED YOUR PICTURES for this year's Athletic Banquet!! Please hand in your pictures on a CD to J.A. OR Miss. Kuchma in the phys-ed office by June 1st. Please remember to label your CD. Coaches, feel free to email Miss. Kuchma your pictures if that is easier. (EK –Jun 1)

ATHLETIC COUNCIL: There is an important meeting regarding the Banquet on Monday May 25 at 3:10 in Room 135. (EK –May 25)

BEACH VOLLEYBALL INTRAMURALS: Games will commence on Monday May 25. See the bulletin board outside the wood floor gym Friday for schedules. (EK –May 25)

STUDENT SERVICES

DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM – SUMMER 2009: Students may register either by mailing/dropping off the registration form to the Continuing Education Department (570 West Hunt Club Road), or by calling 613 228-3338 to register with Visa or MasterCard payment. Registration runs from May 15th to June 17th. The forms are available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 17)

VOLUNTEER HOURS: Farley Mowat Public School is hosting a Family Mayfair on Saturday, May 30 from 10-2pm. Volunteers are needed to work from 8 am to 4 pm at the concession stands, bake sale, ticket sales, BBQ and games for all ages. On Friday evening (6 pm - 8 pm) volunteers are also needed to help set up. Please contact Karla Randell at krandec385@rogers.com for more information or to sign up. (KW -May 28)

VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE: Come to the Great Barrhaven Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, June 6th and help out. Pair up and work as game officials or at the registration desk. Volunteer for one hour or four or for the day. If you need more hours, let us know. Send an e-mail to joeking@magma.ca with your contact information: name, school, grade and phone/e-mail. Many thanks for helping out. See poster in Student Services. (KW -May 29)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (EL -Jun 5)

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS for a really big book sale event on Saturday, June 27th, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the grounds of Convent Glen Catholic School, 6212 Jeanne D'Arc Blvd in Orleans. We are in need of help both before and during the sale. Volunteers will help sort, price, sell books and refreshments to the general public. A commitment of at least 2 hours is required. Please direct your inquiries to vol.obovf@oneboyonevan.ca. You can check the website at www.oneboyonevan.ca for more information about the charitable organization and their mission. (KW –Jun 12)

GRAD

GRAD STUDENTS: All students involved with the Grad Mass are asked to come to the Chapel on Friday (May 22nd) at lunch. (DH –May 22)
Thursday, May 21, 2009

Day 1 - H.S. & Day 4 - Gr. 7 & 8


7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

7/8 TRI-SPORT TEAM: Reminder of Tri-Sport Challenge on Thursday May 21st. (TM –May 21)

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

REMINDER: High School students are NOT to be cutting through the 7/8 wing (2nd and 3rd Floor of the new wing). This includes all times of the day…before school, between classes, at lunch, and after school. Violators will face consequences. (JP –May 22)

XBOX CONTROLLER RETURN: Can the following students please return their Xbox controllers to Mr. Francoeur: D.P. - 1 controller dongle, K.S. - 2 wired controllers, A.M. - 2 wired controllers, S.N. - 1 wired controller. (PC –May 22)

STRATFORD 2009: Students who did not come to the meeting on Wednesday, May 20th at lunch, are asked to see Mrs. Simpson before the end of the week. Deposits still need to be made and room assignments given out. (JS –May 22)

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO HAVE REGISTERED FOR CO-OP NEXT YEAR! Co-op interviews appointment slips are now being given to homeroom teachers. If you have handed in your application form, resume and co-op fees then you will be given a co-op interview over the next few weeks. Please inform your parents of your interview and keep the appointment slip in a secure place. If you have a scheduling conflict please see Mrs. O’Sullivan to re-schedule. If you miss your interview you will be re-scheduled for a later date when there will be fewer job opportunities available. (MO –May 22)

MARINE BIOLOGY TRIP SEPTEMBER 09: This is a reminder to all students enrolled in Grade 12 biology next year, and who are interested in the marine biology trip next September, that your 3 post dated cheques are due TODAY, Thursday May 21 to secure your spot. Please see Mrs. Sinclair ASAP in room 202 for more information. (JS –May 21)

CAPPIES GALA: Please order your tickets to the Gala from Mrs. Simpson (Rm 138). The deadline for ordering is May 21 (TODAY!) -- no exceptions. (JS –May 21)

STUDENT SERVICES

DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM – SUMMER 2009: Students may register either by mailing/dropping off the registration form to the Continuing Education Department (570 West Hunt Club Road), or by calling 613 228-3338 to register with Visa or MasterCard payment. Registration runs from May 15th to June 17th. The forms are available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 17)

VOLUNTEER HOURS: Farley Mowat Public School is hosting a Family Mayfair on Saturday, May 30 from 10-2pm. Volunteers are needed to work from 8 am to 4 pm at the concession stands, bake sale, ticket sales, BBQ and games for all ages. On Friday evening (6 pm - 8 pm) volunteers are also needed to help set up. Please contact Karla Randell at krandec385@rogers.com for more information or to sign up. (KW -May 28)

VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE: Come to the Great Barrhaven Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, June 6th and help out. Pair up and work as game officials or at the registration desk. Volunteer for one hour or four or for the day. If you need more hours, let us know. Send an e-mail to joeking@magma.ca with your contact information: name, school, grade and phone/e-mail. Many thanks for helping out. See poster in Student Services. (KW -May 29)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (EL -Jun 5)

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS for a really big book sale event on Saturday, June 27th, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the grounds of Convent Glen Catholic School, 6212 Jeanne D'Arc Blvd in Orleans. We are in need of help both before and during the sale. Volunteers will help sort, price, sell books and refreshments to the general public. A commitment of at least 2 hours is required. Please direct your inquiries to vol.obovf@oneboyonevan.ca. You can check the website at www.oneboyonevan.ca for more information about the charitable organization and their mission. (KW –Jun 12)

GRAD

GRAD STUDENTS: All students involved with the Grad Mass are asked to come to the Chapel on Friday (May 22nd) at lunch. (DH –May 22)
Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Day 2 - H.S. & Day 3 - Gr. 7 & 8

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

7/8 TRI-SPORT TEAM: Reminder of PRACTICE on Wednesday (today) after school 3:10 - 4:15. Reminder of Tri-Sport Challenge on Thursday May 21st. (TM –May 21)

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

REMINDER: High School students are NOT to be cutting through the 7/8 wing (2nd and 3rd Floor of the new wing). This includes all times of the day…before school, between classes, at lunch, and after school. Violators will face consequences. (JP –May 22)

ATHLETIC COUNCIL: There is an Athletic Council meeting Wednesday May 20 after school in Room 135. Please see S. or Miss. Kuchma if you cannot make it. (EK –May 20)

XBOX CONTROLLER RETURN: Can the following students please return their Xbox controllers to Mr. Francoeur: D.P. - 1 controller dongle, K.S. - 2 wired controllers, A.M. - 2 wired controllers, S.N. - 1 wired controller. (PC –May 22)

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO HAVE REGISTERED FOR CO-OP NEXT YEAR! Co-op interviews appointment slips are now being given to homeroom teachers. If you have handed in your application form, resume and co-op fees then you will be given a co-op interview over the next few weeks. Please inform your parents of your interview and keep the appointment slip in a secure place. If you have a scheduling conflict please see Mrs. O’Sullivan to re-schedule. If you miss your interview you will be re-scheduled for a later date when there will be fewer job opportunities available. (MO –May 22)

GRADE 10 AND 11 STUDENTS: If you are interested in archeological excavation field work, please see Ms. D'Angela in room 211 following announcements. The Boyd Archaeological Field School is providing students with an opportunity to earn a grade 12 University Prep Credit in Interdisciplinary Studies (IDC4U). The course takes place between July 26th and August 15th. (ED –May 20)

STRATFORD 2009: Students attending the Stratford trip in October of 2009 are asked to meet in Rm 138 on Wednesday, May 20 at the start of lunch. We will discuss room assignments. Please be prompt. (JS –May 20)

HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD: Athletes who have qualified for the NCSSAA finals on Thursday must attend a meeting on Wednesday (today) at 11:45 am in the dance studio to confirm event entries, event times, and transportation. All must be in attendance. Please be prompt. (JL –May 20)

STAND UP TO BULLYING: There will be a very important STAND UP TO BULLYING meeting TODAY (Wednesday) in the Career Centre from 11:45 – 12:15. Bring your lunch. (TC –May 20)

MARINE BIOLOGY TRIP SEPTEMBER 09: This is a reminder to all students enrolled in Grade 12 biology next year, and who are interested in the marine biology trip next September, that your 3 post dated cheques are due this Thursday May 21 to secure your spot. Please see Mrs. Sinclair ASAP in room 202 for more information. (JS –May 21)

CAPPIES GALA: Please order your tickets to the Gala from Mrs. Simpson (Rm 138). The deadline for ordering is May 21 -- no exceptions. (JS –May 21)

STUDENT SERVICES

DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM – SUMMER 2009: Students may register either by mailing/dropping off the registration form to the Continuing Education Department (570 West Hunt Club Road), or by calling 613 228-3338 to register with Visa or MasterCard payment. Registration runs from May 15th to June 17th. The forms are available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 17)

VOLUNTEER HOURS: Farley Mowat Public School is hosting a Family Mayfair on Saturday, May 30 from 10-2pm. Volunteers are needed to work from 8 am to 4 pm at the concession stands, bake sale, ticket sales, BBQ and games for all ages. On Friday evening (6 pm - 8 pm) volunteers are also needed to help set up. Please contact Karla Randell at krandec385@rogers.com for more information or to sign up. (KW -May 28)

VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE: Come to the Great Barrhaven Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, June 6th and help out. Pair up and work as game officials or at the registration desk. Volunteer for one hour or four or for the day. If you need more hours, let us know. Send an e-mail to joeking@magma.ca with your contact information: name, school, grade and phone/e-mail. Many thanks for helping out. See poster in Student Services. (KW -May 29)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (EL -Jun 5)

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS for a really big book sale event on Saturday, June 27th, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the grounds of Convent Glen Catholic School, 6212 Jeanne D'Arc Blvd in Orleans. We are in need of help both before and during the sale. Volunteers will help sort, price, sell books and refreshments to the general public. A commitment of at least 2 hours is required. Please direct your inquiries to vol.obovf@oneboyonevan.ca. You can check the website at www.oneboyonevan.ca for more information about the charitable organization and their mission. (KW –Jun 12)

GRAD

GRAD STUDENTS: All students involved with the Grad Mass are asked to come to the Chapel on Friday (May 22nd) at lunch. (DH –May 22)
Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Day 1 - H.S. & Day 2 - Gr. 7 & 8

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

REMINDER: High School students are NOT to be cutting through the 7/8 wing (2nd and 3rd Floor of the new wing). This includes all times of the day…before school, between classes, at lunch, and after school. Violators will face consequences. (JP –May 22)

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO HAVE REGISTERED FOR CO-OP NEXT YEAR! Co-op interviews appointment slips are now being given to homeroom teachers. If you have handed in your application form, resume and co-op fees then you will be given a co-op interview over the next few weeks. Please inform your parents of your interview and keep the appointment slip in a secure place. If you have a scheduling conflict please see Mrs. O’Sullivan to re-schedule. If you miss your interview you will be re-scheduled for a later date when there will be fewer job opportunities available. (MO –May 22)

GRADE 10 AND 11 STUDENTS: If you are interested in archeological excavation field work, please see Ms. D'Angela in room 211 following announcements. The Boyd Archaeological Field School is providing students with an opportunity to earn a grade 12 University Prep Credit in Interdisciplinary Studies (IDC4U). The course takes place between July 26th to August 15th. (ED –May 20)

MARINE BIOLOGY TRIP SEPTEMBER 09: This is a reminder to all students enrolled in Grade 12 biology next year, and who are interested in the marine biology trip next September, that your 3 post dated cheques are due this Thursday May 21 to secure your spot. Please see Mrs. Sinclair ASAP in room 202 for more information. (JS –May 21)

CAPPIES GALA: Please order your tickets to the Gala from Mrs. Simpson (Rm 138). The deadline for ordering is May 21 -- no exceptions. (JS –May 21)

STRATFORD 2009: Students attending the Stratford trip in October of 2009 are asked to meet in Rm 138 on Wednesday, May 20 at the start of lunch. We will discuss room assignments. Please be prompt. (JS –May 20)

STUDENT SERVICES

DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM – SUMMER 2009: Students may register either by mailing/dropping off the registration form to the Continuing Education Department (570 West Hunt Club Road), or by calling 613 228-3338 to register with Visa or MasterCard payment. Registration runs from May 15th to June 17th. The forms are available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 17)

VOLUNTEER HOURS: Farley Mowat Public School is hosting a Family Mayfair on Saturday, May 30 from 10-2pm. Volunteers are needed to work from 8 am to 4 pm at the concession stands, bake sale, ticket sales, BBQ and games for all ages. On Friday evening (6 pm - 8 pm) volunteers are also needed to help set up. Please contact Karla Randell at krandec385@rogers.com for more information or to sign up. (KW -May 28)

VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE: Come to the Great Barrhaven Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, June 6th and help out. Pair up and work as game officials or at the registration desk. Volunteer for one hour or four or for the day. If you need more hours, let us know. Send an e-mail to joeking@magma.ca with your contact information: name, school, grade and phone/e-mail. Many thanks for helping out. See poster in Student Services. (KW -May 29)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (Jun 5)
Friday, May 15, 2009

Day 2 - H.S. & Day 1 - Gr. 7 & 8

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday May 18th is Victoria Day. Enjoy your long weekend!

MOTHER TERESA 8TH ANNUAL EUROPEAN ENRICHMENT TRIP: Spain – Morocco – Portugal. Together with six other schools in our Board, we will travel to Spain and be immersed in Spanish culture. The tour includes: Madrid, the centre of the Golden Age of Spain, Seville, Andalusi, the meeting point of Spanish and African/Islamic culture, Alhambra in Granada, Costa Del Sol, an excursion to Morocco, and finally, Lisbon, Portugal. The 11 day tour leaves on Monday March 29, 2010 from Ottawa and returns Thursday April 8, 2010. Students currently in grades 8-11 are eligible to apply to participate in this experience. Please pick up an application in room 201. Please see Mrs. Brady for further details. (AB -May 15)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

7/8 BAND: This is a reminder to 7/8 Band students that Monday's rehearsal is moved to Tuesday morning due to the holiday. (CA –May 15)

7/8 TOUCH FOOTBALL: Boys and girls touch football players are to be dismissed from class today (Friday, May 15th) at 1:40 in order to catch the bus to Sacred Heart at 1:45pm. Any player not on the bus at 1:45pm will be left behind. (EB –May 15)

MANGA CLUB meeting will be cancelled on Friday, May 15. Pizza money is due next week. (CHV –May 15)

7/8 BOYS BASKETBALL: All members of the boys 7/8 basketball team must return their clean uniforms to Mr. Pelletier this week. (MP –May 15)

7/8 SOFTBALL: Students who are interested in trying out for the softball team, please sign up before Friday, May 15th. Girls' sign up is posted by room 340. Boys sign up is posted by room 332. Coaches: Mr. Pelletier and Mrs. Jewitt. Try-outs start next week - listen for further announcements. (AJ -May 15)

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

REMINDER: High School students are NOT to be cutting through the 7/8 wing (2nd and 3rd Floor of the new wing). This includes all times of the day…before school, between classes, at lunch, and after school. Violators will face consequences. (JP –May 22)

ATTENTION ALL SEMESTER 1 POLICE SCIENCES STUDENTS: The Ottawa Police Tactical Unit will be coming to MT period 3 Friday for a presentation. If you are interested in participating, please see Mr. Prigent for an admit slip to present to your current period 3/4 teacher. Admit Slips will be available Thursday and Friday during HS lunch in the weight room. (DP –May 15)

TRI-SPORT CHALLENGE: Any student gr. 9-12 interested in assisting as a ref/organizer for a 7/8 Tri-sport Challenge-- next Thursday May 21st from 9-1:30 - here at school, please see Ms. McKenna ASAP. Sports involved: Tchoukball, Speed Stax, Territory Challenge (TM –May 15)

GRADE 10 AND 11 STUDENTS: If you are interested in archeological excavation field work, please see Ms. D'Angela in room 211 following announcements. The Boyd Archaeological Field School is providing students with an opportunity to earn a grade 12 University Prep Credit in Interdisciplinary Studies (IDC4U). The course takes place between July 26th to August 15th. (ED –May 20)

GRADE 11 CHEMISTRY COMPETITION: The students taking part in the grade 11 chemistry competition on May 21st are to meet, briefly, with Ms. D'Angela in room 211, following announcements. (ED –May 15)

OUTDOOR BEACH VOLLEYBALL INTRAMURALS: It is the last intramural of the year! Come grab a registration form from the phys-ed office door. All registration forms and fees ($1.00 per person) are due by Friday May 15th and the season commences next Wed. May 20th. (EK –May 15)

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR BEACH VOLLEYBALL INTRAMURALS: If you are interested in helping set up as well as keep score for beach volleyball intramurals at lunch then please see Miss. Kuchma this week. Community service hours will be awarded. (EK –May 15)

STUDENT SERVICES

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Royal City Soccer Club is looking for summer camp volunteers, CITs and camp counsellors. Locations served are Jockvale P.S. Field (Nepean), A.Y. Jackson S.S. Field (Kanata) and Brewer Park (Ottawa). Pamphlet and applications can be found in Student Services. (May 15)

ART STUDENT NEEDED: A local resident is looking for an art student who could paint "scenes" on his fence. Please contact Aelian Weerasooriya at 613 825-8905. His address is 24 Colindale Avenue off Berrigan. (KW -May 15)

VOLUNTEER HOURS: Farley Mowat Public School is hosting a Family Mayfair on Saturday, May 30 from 10-2pm. Volunteers are needed to work from 8 am to 4 pm at the concession stands, bake sale, ticket sales, BBQ and games for all ages. On Friday evening (6 pm - 8 pm) volunteers are also needed to help set up. Please contact Karla Randell at krandec385@rogers.com for more information or to sign up. (KW -May 28)

VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE: Come to the Great Barrhaven Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, June 6th and help out. Pair up and work as game officials or at the registration desk. Volunteer for one hour or four or for the day. If you need more hours, let us know. Send an e-mail to joeking@magma.ca with your contact information: name, school, grade and phone/e-mail. Many thanks for helping out. See poster in Student Services. (KW -May 29)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (Jun 5)

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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Day 1 - H.S. & Day 5 - Gr. 7 & 8

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

PIZZA! Got the after school munchies? Help support prom and enjoy a slice of delicious Toppers pizza Thursday May 14 right after school this week at the tuck shop. Pizza is $2.00 a slice. Come on down for a great after school snack. (CC –May 14)

MOTHER TERESA 8TH ANNUAL EUROPEAN ENRICHMENT TRIP: Spain – Morocco – Portugal. Together with six other schools in our Board, we will travel to Spain and be immersed in Spanish culture. The tour includes: Madrid, the centre of the Golden Age of Spain, Seville, Andalusi, the meeting point of Spanish and African/Islamic culture, Alhambra in Granada, Costa Del Sol, an excursion to Morocco, and finally, Lisbon, Portugal. The 11 day tour leaves on Monday March 29, 2010 from Ottawa and returns Thursday April 8, 2010. Students currently in grades 8-11 are eligible to apply to participate in this experience. Please pick up an application in room 201. Please see Mrs. Brady for further details. (AB -May 15)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

REACH FOR THE TOP: All Reach for the Top Teams are invited to participate in a game on Thursday, May 14 at 12:50 in Rm. 233. (TC -May 14)

MANGA CLUB meeting will be cancelled on Friday, May 15. Pizza money is due next week. (CHV –May 15)

7/8 BOYS BASKETBALL: All members of the boys 7/8 basketball team must return their clean uniforms to Mr. Pelletier this week. (MP –May 15)

7/8 SOFTBALL: Students who are interested in trying out for the softball team, please sign up before Friday, May 15th. Girls' sign up is posted by room 340. Boys sign up is posted by room 332. Coaches: Mr. Pelletier and Mrs. Jewitt. Try-outs start next week - listen for further announcements. (AJ -May 15)

7/8 GIRLS AND BOYS TOUCH FOOTBALL TEAMS:
Practices: Monday and Wednesday 3:10-4:30 this week.
Home Game: Thursday girls game begins at 3:00 PM Vs. St.Joe's. Girls leave P. 6 at 2:30 PM (TM –May 14)

SUMMER SCHOOL GRADE 7 & 8 -OTTAWA CARLETON DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD – NEW CHANGES:
A. Two remedial language arts for ELL students will be offered.
B. Two grade 9 math preparation classes intended for students achieving at level 3 but who may require additional support to prepare for the grade 9 academic program will be offered at Sir Robert Borden HS and Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS.
C. New explicit curriculums have been developed for the remedial literacy and numeracy program.
Completed registration forms are to be sent back to Continuing Education by June 5th. Forms available in Student Services. (KW –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

REMINDER: High School students are NOT to be cutting through the 7/8 wing (2nd and 3rd Floor of the new wing). This includes all times of the day…before school, between classes, at lunch, and after school. Violators will face consequences. (JP –May 22)

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO HAVE REGISTERED FOR CO-OP NEXT YEAR: Co-op interviews will be starting next week. Only students who have handed in all of the following items will be interviewed: application form, resume, co-op fees. Those who have not handed in these items will be missing out on fantastic and exciting career opportunities. (MO – May 13)

ATTENTION ALL SEMESTER 1 POLICE SCIENCES STUDENTS: The Ottawa Police Tactical Unit will be coming to MT period 3 Friday for a presentation. If you are interested in participating, please see Mr. Prigent for an admit slip to present to your current period 3/4 teacher. Admit Slips will be available Thursday and Friday during HS lunch in the weight room. (DP –May 15)

TRI-SPORT CHALLENGE: Any student gr. 9-12 interested in assisting as a ref/organizer for a 7/8 Tri-sport Challenge-- next Thursday May 21st from 9-1:30 - here at school, please see Ms. McKenna ASAP. Sports involved: Tchoukball, Speed Stax, Territory Challenge (TM –May 15)

OUTDOOR BEACH VOLLEYBALL INTRAMURALS: It is the last intramural of the year! Come grab a registration form from the phys-ed office door. All registration forms and fees ($1.00 per person) are due by Friday May 15th and the season commences next Wed. May 20th. (EK –May 15)

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR BEACH VOLLEYBALL INTRAMURALS: If you are interested in helping set up as well as keep score for beach volleyball intramurals at lunch then please see Miss. Kuchma this week. Community service hours will be awarded. (EK –May 15)

STUDENT SERVICES

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Royal City Soccer Club is looking for summer camp volunteers, CITs and camp counsellors. Locations served are Jockvale P.S. Field (Nepean), A.Y. Jackson S.S. Field (Kanata) and Brewer Park (Ottawa). Pamphlet and applications can be found in Student Services. (May 15)

ART STUDENT NEEDED: A local resident is looking for an art student who could paint "scenes" on his fence. Please contact Aelian Weerasooriya at 613 825-8905. His address is 24 Colindale Avenue off Berrigan. (KW -May 15)

VOLUNTEER HOURS: Farley Mowat Public School is hosting a Family Mayfair on Saturday, May 30 from 10-2pm. Volunteers are needed to work from 8 am to 4 pm at the concession stands, bake sale, ticket sales, BBQ and games for all ages. On Friday evening (6 pm - 8 pm) volunteers are also needed to help set up. Please contact Karla Randell at krandec385@rogers.com for more information or to sign up. (KW -May 28)

VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE: Come to the Great Barrhaven Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, June 6th and help out. Pair up and work as game officials or at the registration desk. Volunteer for one hour or four or for the day. If you need more hours, let us know. Send an e-mail to joeking@magma.ca with your contact information: name, school, grade and phone/e-mail. Many thanks for helping out. See poster in Student Services. (KW -May 29)

MPB NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Monsignor Paul Baxter School is having a school Barbeque on Friday June 12. They are looking for student volunteers to help with set up, clean up, serving, face painting etc. A great opportunity to earn some community service hours right here in Barrhaven! Please contact Mary Wong at 613-825-8806 for more information. (SD –Jun 10)

RELAY FOR LIFE: Need volunteer hours to graduate? Interested in helping a great cause? Join the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on June 12 and 13, 2009 at the Nepean Sportsplex. We are looking for volunteers to help with this fun and exciting event. Sign up at www.cancer.ca/relay, or call 613-325-6180. Gain valuable community service hours, have fun with your friends, meet new people, and help the Canadian Cancer Society raise one million dollars for the fight against cancer. (Jun 5)

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