Thursday, June 25, 2009

SUMMER HOURS: Our school will be open during the summer months, with the following exceptions - We will be CLOSED on these Fridays during the summer:
July 10th, and July 24th
August 7th, and August 21st.

Summer Office Hours: 8 am - 2:30 pm.

The first day of the next school year will be Monday August 31st, 2009.
Have a great summer!

REPORT CARDS: High School Report Cards will be available for pickup, starting July 6th, 2009 and continuing through the summer.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009

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

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

SUMMER HOURS: Our school will be open during the summer months, with the following exceptions - All schools in the board, and the board office, will be CLOSED on these Fridays during the summer:
July 10th, and July 24th
August 7th, and August 21st.
The first day of the next school year will be Monday August 31st, 2009.
Have a great summer!

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery is now closed for the year. Grade 7 &8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 24)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

REPORT CARDS: High School Report Cards will be available for pickup, starting July 6th, 2009 and continuing through the summer. Our office will be open during the summer months, as per the schedule above.

GRAD

GRADUATION CEREMONY: The Grade 12 Graduation Ceremony will take place on Thursday June 25th, at 1:00 p.m. in the cafetorium. All additional tickets have now been allocated, and no more are available.
  • Gowns can be picked up from the Tuck Shop starting at 11:00am on June 25th.
  • Students must be dressed in their cap & gown and present in the wooden floor gym by noon.
  • The cafetorium will be open for seating at 12:30. Guests must have tickets to be admitted.
  • Parents will be invited to take pictures in the wooden floor gym at 12:15.

Congratulations to all our graduates!

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

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

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

SUMMER HOURS: Our school will be open during the summer months, with the following exceptions - All schools in the board, and the board office, will be CLOSED on these Fridays during the summer:
July 10th, and July 24th
August 7th, and August 21st.
The first day of the next school year will be Monday August 31st, 2009.
Have a great summer!

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery is now closed for the year. Grade 7 &8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

REPORT CARDS: High School Report Cards will be available for pickup, starting July 6th, 2009 and continuing through the summer. Our office will be open during the summer months, as per the schedule above.

STUDENT SERVICES

STUDENT VOLUNTEERS FOR A LIBRARY FOCUS GROUP: The library branch in your community needs your input! We want to have your ideas, comments, and suggestions for the TEEN ZONE area in your public library. This area is under development and we need to know what teens need and want in “their space”. Can you help us out? If so, we are holding a focus group on Tuesday, June 23rd at 3:30 in the meeting room at Ruth E. Dickinson Branch. If you are able and willing to give your input, please call and let us know at 613-580-2424 x 30353, or x 30355. This time will be signed off as community service time. There may be further opportunities to input to design, layout, and decorating features in the future. We value your input. Be involved! (KW –Jun 23)

GRAD

GRADUATION CEREMONY: The Grade 12 Graduation Ceremony will take place on Thursday June 25th, at 1:00 p.m. in the cafetorium. Graduates must pick up tickets by the end of exams. All additional tickets have now been allocated, and no more are available.
  • Gowns can be picked up from the Tuck Shop starting at 11:00am on June 25th.
  • Students must be dressed in their cap & gown and present in the wooden floor gym by noon.
  • The cafetorium will be open for seating at 12:30. Guests must have tickets to be admitted.
  • Parents will be invited to take pictures in the wooden floor gym at 12:15.

Congratulations to all our graduates!

Monday, June 22, 2009

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

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

REPORT CARDS: Grade 7 and 8 Report cards will be going home today. Any student who owes fines, library books etc. will NOT receive their report card until these items are cleared up. (Jun 22)

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery's last day this year is TODAY - Monday, June 22nd. Grade 7 & 8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

GOOD LUCK on your exams! Exam schedules are posted on the website, and outside the main office.

STUDENT SERVICES

STUDENT VOLUNTEERS FOR A LIBRARY FOCUS GROUP: The library branch in your community needs your input! We want to have your ideas, comments, and suggestions for the TEEN ZONE area in your public library. This area is under development and we need to know what teens need and want in “their space”. Can you help us out? If so, we are holding a focus group on Tuesday, June 23rd at 3:30 in the meeting room at Ruth E. Dickinson Branch. If you are able and willing to give your input, please call and let us know at 613-580-2424 x 30353, or x 30355. This time will be signed off as community service time. There may be further opportunities to input to design, layout, and decorating features in the future. We value your input. Be involved! (KW –Jun 23)

GRAD

GRADUATION CEREMONY: The Grade 12 Graduation Ceremony will take place on Thursday June 25th, at 1:00 p.m. in the cafetorium. Graduates must pick up tickets by the end of exams. All additional tickets have now been allocated, and no more are available.

  • Gowns can be picked up from the Tuck Shop starting at 11:00am on June 25th.
  • Students must be dressed in their cap & gown and present in the wooden floor gym by noon.
  • The cafetorium will be open for seating at 12:30. Guests must have tickets to be admitted.
  • Parents will be invited to take pictures in the wooden floor gym at 12:15.
  • Congratulations to all our graduates!
Friday, June 19, 2009

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

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery's last day this year is Monday, June 22nd. Grade 7 & 8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

GOOD LUCK on your exams! Exam schedules are posted on the website, and outside the main office.

STUDENT SERVICES

STUDENT VOLUNTEERS FOR A LIBRARY FOCUS GROUP: The library branch in your community needs your input! We want to have your ideas, comments, and suggestions for the TEEN ZONE area in your public library. This area is under development and we need to know what teens need and want in “their space”. Can you help us out? If so, we are holding a focus group on Tuesday, June 23rd at 3:30 in the meeting room at Ruth E. Dickinson Branch. If you are able and willing to give your input, please call and let us know at 613-580-2424 x 30353, or x 30355. This time will be signed off as community service time. There may be further opportunities to input to design, layout, and decorating features in the future. We value your input. Be involved! (KW –Jun 23)

GRAD

GRADUATION CEREMONY: The Grade 12 Graduation Ceremony will take place on Thursday June 25th, at 1:00 p.m. in the cafetorium. Graduates must pick up tickets by the end of exams. All additional tickets have now been allocated, and no more are available. Congratulations to all our graduates!
Thursday, June 18, 2009

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

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

7/8 YEAR-END TRIPS: Today is year-end trip day for our grade 7 and 8 students. Grade 7’s are heading off to Mont Cascades Waterpark, returning at 6:00 pm. Grade 8’s are off to La Ronde Amusement Park, returning at 8:45p.m. Have a safe and fun trip!

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery's last day this year is Monday, June 22nd. Grade 7 & 8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

GOOD LUCK on your exams! Exam schedules are posted on the website, and outside the main office.

STUDENT SERVICES

STUDENT VOLUNTEERS FOR A LIBRARY FOCUS GROUP: The library branch in your community needs your input! We want to have your ideas, comments, and suggestions for the TEEN ZONE area in your public library. This area is under development and we need to know what teens need and want in “their space”. Can you help us out? If so, we are holding a focus group on Tuesday, June 23rd at 3:30 in the meeting room at Ruth E. Dickinson Branch. If you are able and willing to give your input, please call and let us know at 613-580-2424 x 30353, or x 30355. This time will be signed off as community service time. There may be further opportunities to input to design, layout, and decorating features in the future. We value your input. Be involved! (KW –Jun 23)

GRAD

GRADUATION CEREMONY: The Grade 12 Graduation Ceremony will take place on Thursday June 25th, at 1:00 p.m. in the cafetorium. Graduates must pick up tickets by the end of exams. All additional tickets have now been allocated, and no more are available. Congratulations to all our graduates!
Wednesday, June 17, 2009

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

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

STRATFORD 2009: M.G., A.M., R.J., J.C., please see Mrs. Simpson in Rm 138 as soon as possible. (JS –Jun 17)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery's last day this year is Monday, June 22nd. Grade 7 & 8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

LEADERSHIP CAMP 2009: Would the following students please see Ms. Byrne in room 135 after the morning announcements: H.D., C.A., D.M., J.M., N.M., M.K., L.D., D.C., S.M., B.M., H.K. and H.S. (EB –Jun 17)

EXAMS: Exams begin this week. Be prepared! Study Survival Guides are available in Student Services. (JH –Jun 17)

STUDENT SERVICES

COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS: Calling former St Luke students. We need 5 students to help on Friday night at a St. Luke event in the gym from 5:30-7:00. If you are interested, please see Ms. Coyle in student services. You can still volunteer if you didn't go to St. Luke's! (TC –Jun 17)

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)

VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED FOR CANADA DAY IN BARRHAVEN: Choose as many hours as you wish from 11 am - 11 pm. (Community service hours can be signed.) Possible duties include selling tickets, handing out flags, applying tatoos, helping with pony rides etc. Locations include Cresthaven Park, Metro, Walmart, and Clark Fields. Contact email: president@hcmca.ca (NP-Jun 17)

GRAD

GRAD TICKETS: Graduates may pick up their tickets for the graduation ceremony starting on THURSDAY, JUNE 11 in the Student Services office. The ceremony takes place at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 25 at Mother Teresa H.S. All tickets must be picked up by the end of exams. (GN –Jun 17)
Tuesday, June 16, 2009

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

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

STRATFORD 2009: M.G., A.M., R.J., J.C., please see Mrs. Simpson in Rm 138 as soon as possible. (JS –Jun 17)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery's last day this year is Monday, June 22nd. Grade 7 & 8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

EXAMS: Exams begin this week. Be prepared! Study Survival Guides are available in Student Services. (JH –Jun 17)

STUDENT SERVICES

COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS: Calling former St Luke students. We need 5 students to help on Friday night at a St. Luke event in the gym from 5:30-7:00. If you are interested, please see Ms. Coyle in student services. You can still volunteer if you didn't go to St. Luke's! (TC –Jun 17)

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR ST. EMILY'S SCHOOL BAR-B-Q: Volunteers are needed for St. Emily's annual bar-b-q on Wed. June 17th. Please see Mrs. Parker in room 308 to sign up and for more information. (KP –Jun 16)

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)

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR CANADA DAY IN BARRHAVEN: Choose as many hours as you wish from 11 am - 11 pm. (Community service hours can be signed.) Possible duties include selling tickets, handing out flags, applying tatoos, helping with pony rides etc. Locations include Cresthaven Park, Metro, Walmart, and Clark Fields. Contact email: president@hcmca.ca (NP-Jun 18)

GRAD

GRAD TICKETS: Graduates may pick up their tickets for the graduation ceremony starting on THURSDAY, JUNE 11 in the Student Services office. The ceremony takes place at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 25 at Mother Teresa H.S. All tickets must be picked up by the end of exams. (GN –Jun 17)

GRAD T-SHIRTS: Any grad who did not pick up their grad t-shirt, please see Ms. Coyle in Student Services. (TC-Jun 16)
Monday, June 15, 2009

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

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery's last day this year is Monday, June 22nd. Grade 7 & 8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

STAND UP TO BULLYING SQUAD: Reminder of your Pizza lunch TODAY in the Career Centre. See you then. (TC-June 15)

EXAMS: Exams begin this week. Be prepared! Study Survival Guides are available in Student Services. (JH –Jun 17)

2010 GRADS: IF you are interested in making PROM 2010 fabulous, we need YOU. Please come to our first meeting on Monday, June 15 (TODAY) at lunch in room 134. Bring your lunch with you. (FZ –Jun 15)

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)

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR ST. EMILY'S SCHOOL BAR-B-Q: Volunteers are needed for St. Emily's annual bar-b-q on Wed. June 17th. Please see Mrs. Parker in room 308 to sign up and for more information. (KP –Jun 16)

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)

VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED FOR CANADA DAY IN BARRHAVEN: Choose as many hours as you wish from 11 am - 11 pm. (Community service hours can be signed.) Possible duties include selling tickets, handing out flags, applying tatoos, helping with pony rides etc. Locations include Cresthaven Park, Metro, Walmart, and Clark Fields. Contact email: president@hcmca.ca (NP-Jun 18)

GRAD

GRAD TICKETS: Graduates may pick up their tickets for the graduation ceremony starting on THURSDAY, JUNE 11 in the Student Services office. The ceremony takes place at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 25 at Mother Teresa H.S. All tickets must be picked up by the end of exams. (GN –Jun 17)

GRAD T-SHIRTS: Any grad who did not pick up their grad t-shirt, please see Ms. Coyle in Student Services. (TC-Jun 16)
Friday, June 12, 2009

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


WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE TODAY. (CHV –Jun 12)



7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

RED MAPLE TRIP: All Red Maple Club members are to meet in the library after homeroom TODAY. (CHV –Jun 12)

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery's last day this year is Monday, June 22nd. Grade 7 & 8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

EXAMS: Exams begin next week. Be prepared! Study Survival Guides are available in Student Services. (JH –Jun 17)

STAND UP TO BULLYING SQUAD: Reminder of your Pizza lunch on Monday in the Career Centre. See you then. (TC-June 15)

LEADERSHIP CAMP 2009:Could the following students please come to Room 135 TODAY (1st floor, new wing) for a very important meeting regarding Leadership Camp at 11:40. The meeting will be short so please come immediately after the bell. Thanks! (EK- June 12)
Note: If you cannot make it, please see Ms. Byrne or Mr. MacCuaig.

2010 GRADS: IF you are interested in making PROM 2010 fabulous, we need YOU. Please come to our first meeting on Monday, June 15 at lunch in room 134. Bring your lunch with you. (FZ –Jun 15)

ATTENTION CURRENT CO-OP STUDENTS! Wednesday June 17 is our last Integration Day (in-school class). Attendance is mandatory. All co-op students (morning and afternoon) must attend the morning session in room 318 due to afternoon exams. The following assignments are due June 17: updated resume, 3 journal entries. There will also be a final evaluation test on that day. * Please note. Your employer appreciation gift, framed certificate and thank you note need to be delivered to your employer before June 17. (MO –Jun 12)

STUDENT NEWSPAPER: The chance to take a bigger part in your school community is here! Starting next year, a newspaper for students & by students will be available in the atrium once a month. If you would like to sign up to report on school events such as sports, dances, and charity work, or if you'd like to help with layout or photography, please come to a meeting at 11:45 am TODAY in Room 203 for more information. (AH –Jun 12)

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 http://www.campmicah.ca/ or ask your Chaplain Donna for more details. (DH –Jun 12)



STUDENT SERVICES

VIRTUAL ACADEMY REPORT CARDS: Report cards are in for students who were registered in the Virtual Academy Winter Night School On-Line program with the Ottawa Catholic School Board. Please pick up your report card from Student Services. (KW –Jun 12)

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)

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)

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR ST. EMILY'S SCHOOL BAR-B-Q: Volunteers are needed for St. Emily's annual bar-b-q on Wed. June 17th. Please see Mrs. Parker in room 308 to sign up and for more information. (KP –Jun 16)

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)

VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED FOR CANADA DAY IN BARRHAVEN: Choose as many hours as you wish from 11 am - 11 pm. (Community service hours can be signed.) Possible duties include selling tickets, handing out flags, applying tatoos, helping with pony rides etc. Locations include Cresthaven Park, Metro, Walmart, and Clark Fields. Contact email: president@hcmca.ca (NP-June 18)

GRAD

GRAD TICKETS: Graduates may pick up their tickets for the graduation ceremony starting on THURSDAY, JUNE 11 in the Student Services office. The ceremony takes place at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 25 at Mother Teresa H.S. All tickets must be picked up by the end of exams. (GN –Jun 17)

GRAD T-SHIRTS: Any grad who did not pick up their grad t-shirt, please see Ms. Coyle in Student Services. (TC-Jun 16)
Thursday, June 11, 2009

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

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

YEARBOOK DISTRIBUTION: Today is the last day to pick up your yearbook! Students who have not picked up their yearbook should come to room 327 between 11:45 am - 12:15 pm TODAY to pick up their books. Any students who owe outstanding fees MUST bring a receipt verifying that all fees have been paid or else they will NOT receive their book. (AH -Jun 11)

EXTRA YEARBOOKS FOR SALE: Today is your LAST CHANCE to purchase a yearbook. The lottery for the remaining books will take place at 3:05 pm today. Students whose names are drawn will receive their yearbook on Friday, June 12. If you would like to enter the lottery, you must drop off a cheque for $50 (payable to Mother Teresa High School) to room 327 between 11:45 am - 12:15 pm TODAY. Please make sure your NAME and HOMEROOM are written in the memo portion of the cheque. (AH -Jun 11)

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE FRIDAY, JUNE 12TH. (CHV -Jun 12)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

RED MAPLE: Please return all permission forms for Friday's celebration to the library. (CHV -Jun 11)

RED MAPLE TRIP: All Red Maple Club members are to meet in the library at 9:30 on Friday, June 12th. (CHV -Jun 12)

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery's last day this year is Monday, June 22nd. Grade 7 & 8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM -Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

PEER HELPERS are reminded to sign up in Student Services for their pizza lunch on Thursday June 11. (JH -Jun 10)

EXAMS: Exams begin next week. Be prepared! Study Survival Guides are available in Student Services. (JH -Jun 17)

2010 GRADS: IF you are interested in making PROM 2010 fabulous, we need YOU. Please come to our first meeting on Monday, June 15 at lunch in room 134. Bring your lunch with you. (FZ -Jun 15)

ATTENTION CURRENT CO-OP STUDENTS! Wednesday June 17 is our last Integration Day (in-school class). Attendance is mandatory. All co-op students (morning and afternoon) must attend the morning session in room 318 due to afternoon exams. The following assignments are due June 17: updated resume, 3 journal entries. There will also be a final evaluation test on that day. * Please note. Your employer appreciation gift, framed certificate and thank you note need to be delivered to your employer before June 17. (MO -Jun 12)

STUDENT NEWSPAPER: The chance to take a bigger part in your school community is here! Starting next year, a newspaper for students & by students will be available in the atrium once a month. If you would like to sign up to report on school events such as sports, dances, and charity work, or if you'd like to help with layout or photography, please come to a meeting at 11:45 am on Fri. June 12 in room 203 for more information. (AH -Jun 12)

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)

STUDENT SERVICES

VIRTUAL ACADEMY REPORT CARDS: Report cards are in for students who were registered in the Virtual Academy Winter Night School On-Line program with the Ottawa Catholic School Board. Please pick up your report card from Student Services. (KW -Jun 12)

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)

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)

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR ST. EMILY'S SCHOOL BAR-B-Q: Volunteers are needed for St. Emily's annual bar-b-q on Wed. June 17th. Please see Mrs. Parker in room 308 to sign up and for more information. (KP -Jun 16)

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)

GRAD

GRAD TICKETS: Graduates may pick up their tickets for the graduation ceremony starting on THURSDAY, JUNE 11 in the Student Services office. The ceremony takes place at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 25 at Mother Teresa H.S. All tickets must be picked up by the end of exams. (GN -Jun 17)
Wednesday, June 10, 2009

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

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

EXTRA YEARBOOKS FOR SALE: There are a very limited number of extra yearbooks available for purchase. There will be a lottery for the extra books. Students who would like to enter the lottery must drop off a cheque for $50 (payable to Mother Teresa High School) to Mrs. Hopkins in room 203 before school, or in room 327 during HS lunch. Students MUST make sure their name, along with the word "yearbook” is written in the "MEMO" portion of the cheque, or else their cheque will be disqualified. The LAST day to submit your cheque is Thursday, June 11. The lottery will take place at 3:05 pm on Thursday, June 11, and yearbooks will be distributed to the lottery winners on Friday, June 12. (AH –Jun 11)

THESE ITEMS ARE DUE IMMEDIATELY: Please return any library books and pay outstanding library fines, TO THE LIBRARY, and any other outstanding fees owing TO THE MAIN OFFICE – in order to clear your account. Items such as yearbooks etc. will be withheld if you have any outstanding items. (Jun 12)

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE FRIDAY, JUNE 12TH. (CHV –Jun 12)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

MANGA CLUB: There is a very brief meeting of all club members in the library at the start of 7/8 lunch. (CHV –Jun 10)

RED MAPLE: Please return all permission forms for Friday's celebration to the library. (CHV –Jun 11)

7/8 GIRLS BASKETBALL: Reminder of the pizza lunch in room 204 on Wednesday, June 10. (MKL –Jun 10)

ATTENTION GRADE 7/8 GIRLS’ SOFTBALL PLAYERS: Practices this week will be held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 7:45 AM. Speak to Mrs. Jewitt if you are unable to attend the practices. (AJ –Jun 10)

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery's last day this year is Monday, June 22nd. Grade 7 & 8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

STAND UP TO BULLYING SQUAD: All members of the Stand up to Bullying squad please meet in the career centre on Wednesday, June 10th for our last meeting of the year. Treats will be served! (TC –Jun 10)

PEER HELPERS are reminded to sign up in Student Services for their pizza lunch on Thursday June 11. (JH –Jun 11)

EXAMS: Exams begin next week. Be prepared! Study Survival Guides are available in Student Services. (JH –Jun 17)

2010 GRADS: IF you are interested in making PROM 2010 fabulous, we need YOU. Please come to our first meeting on Monday, June 15 at lunch in room 134. Bring your lunch with you. (FZ –Jun 15)

ATTENTION CURRENT CO-OP STUDENTS! Wednesday June 17 is our last Integration Day (in-school class). Attendance is mandatory. All co-op students (morning and afternoon) must attend the morning session in room 318 due to afternoon exams. The following assignments are due June 17: updated resume, 3 journal entries. There will also be a final evaluation test on that day. * Please note: Your employer appreciation gift, framed certificate and thank you note need to be delivered to your employer before June 17. (MO –Jun 12)

STUDENT NEWSPAPER: The chance to take a bigger part in your school community is here! Starting next year, a newspaper for students & by students will be available in the atrium once a month. If you would like to sign up to report on school events such as sports, dances, and charity work, or if you'd like to help with layout or photography, please come to a meeting at 11:45 am on Fri. June 12 in room 203 for more information. (AH –Jun 12)

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 http://www.campmicah.ca/ or ask your Chaplain Donna for more details. (DH –Jun 12)

STUDENT SERVICES

VIRTUAL ACADEMY REPORT CARDS: Report cards are in for students who were registered in the Virtual Academy Winter Night School On-Line program with the Ottawa Catholic School Board. Please pick up your report card from Student Services. (KW –Jun 12)

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)

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)

GRAD

BURSARY: Dr. Albert Rose Bursary. Criteria: must live in rent-geared-to-income housing and be attending College or University next year. Maximum award is $3000. Application: ontario.ca/rose (JH –Jun 10)

GRAD TICKETS: Graduates may pick up their tickets for the graduation ceremony starting on THURSDAY, JUNE 11 in the Student Services office. The ceremony takes place at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 25 at Mother Teresa H.S. All tickets must be picked up by the end of exams. (GN –Jun 17)
Tuesday, June 9, 2009

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

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

YEARBOOK DISTRIBUTION: The yearbooks are finally here, and will be distributed in homeroom starting June 5th. Students with first period spare or morning co-op can pick up their yearbooks in room 327 during HS lunch. Students who are absent for distribution, can pick up their yearbook from their homeroom teacher. Students with any outstanding fees will NOT receive their yearbooks until all fees have been paid. Fees must be paid at the office. Once all fees have been paid, students must bring their receipt to room 327 during HS lunch to pick up their yearbooks. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made. (AH –Jun 9)

EXTRA YEARBOOKS FOR SALE: There are a very limited number of extra yearbooks available for purchase. There will be a lottery for the extra books. Students who would like to enter the lottery must drop off a cheque for $50 (payable to Mother Teresa High School) to Mrs. Hopkins in room 203 before school, or in room 327 during HS lunch. Students MUST make sure their name, along with the word "yearbook” is written in the "MEMO" portion of the cheque, or else their cheque will be disqualified. The LAST day to submit your cheque is Thursday, June 11. The lottery will take place at 3:05 pm on Thursday, June 11, and yearbooks will be distributed to the lottery winners on Friday, June 12. (AH –Jun 11)

THESE ITEMS ARE DUE IMMEDIATELY: Please return any library books and pay outstanding library fines, TO THE LIBRARY, and any other outstanding fees owing TO THE MAIN OFFICE – in order to clear your account. Items such as yearbooks etc. will be withheld if you have any outstanding items. (Jun 12)

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE FRIDAY, JUNE 12TH. (CHV –Jun 12)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

7/8 GIRLS BASKETBALL: Reminder of the pizza lunch in room 204 on Wednesday, June 10. (MKL –Jun 10)

ATTENTION GRADE 7/8 GIRLS’ SOFTBALL PLAYERS: Practices this week will be held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 7:45 AM. Speak to Mrs. Jewitt if you are unable to attend the practices. (AJ –Jun 10)

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery's last day this year is Monday, June 22nd. Grade 7 & 8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

EXAMS: Exams begin next week. Be prepared! Study Survival Guides are available in Student Services. (JH –Jun 17)

STAND UP TO BULLYING SQUAD: All members of the Stand up to Bullying squad please meet in the career centre on Wednesday, June 10th for our last meeting of the year. Treats will be served! (TC –Jun 10)

PEER HELPERS are reminded to sign up in Student Services for their pizza lunch on Thursday June 11. (JH –Jun 11)

ATTENTION CURRENT CO-OP STUDENTS! Wednesday June 17 is our last Integration Day (in-school class). Attendance is mandatory. All co-op students (morning and afternoon) must attend the morning session in room 318 due to afternoon exams. The following assignments are due June 17: updated resume, 3 journal entries. There will also be a final evaluation test on that day. * Please note: Your employer appreciation gift, framed certificate and thank you note need to be delivered to your employer before June 17. (MO –Jun 12)

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)

STUDENT SERVICES

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)

VIRTUAL ACADEMY REPORT CARDS: Report cards are in for students who were registered in the Virtual Academy Winter Night School On-Line program with the Ottawa Catholic School Board. Please pick up your report card from Student Services. (KW –Jun 12)

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)

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)

GRAD

BURSARY: Dr. Albert Rose Bursary. Criteria: must live in rent-geared-to-income housing and be attending College or University next year. Maximum award is $3000. Application: ontario.ca/rose (JH –Jun 10)

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)
Monday, June 8, 2009

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

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

YEARBOOK DISTRIBUTION: The yearbooks are finally here, and will be distributed in homeroom starting June 5th. Students with first period spare or morning co-op can pick up their yearbooks in room 327 during HS lunch. Students who are absent for distribution, can pick up their yearbook from their homeroom teacher. Students with any outstanding fees will NOT receive their yearbooks until all fees have been paid. Fees must be paid at the office. Once all fees have been paid, students must bring their receipt to room 327 during HS lunch to pick up their yearbooks. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made. (AH –Jun 9)

EXTRA YEARBOOKS FOR SALE: There are a very limited number of extra yearbooks available for purchase. There will be a lottery for the extra books. Students who would like to enter the lottery must drop off a cheque for $50 (payable to Mother Teresa High School) to Mrs. Hopkins in room 203 before school, or in room 327 during HS lunch. Students MUST make sure their name, along with the word "yearbook” is written in the "MEMO" portion of the cheque, or else their cheque will be disqualified. The LAST day to submit your cheque is Thursday, June 11. The lottery will take place at 3:05 pm on Thursday, June 11, and yearbooks will be distributed to the lottery winners on Friday, June 12. (AH –Jun 11)

THESE ITEMS ARE DUE IMMEDIATELY: Please return any library books and pay outstanding library fines, TO THE LIBRARY, and any other outstanding fees owing TO THE MAIN OFFICE – in order to clear your account. Items such as yearbooks etc. will be withheld if you have any outstanding items.

ALL LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE FRIDAY, JUNE 12TH. (CHV –Jun 12)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

7/8 GIRLS BASKETBALL: Reminder of the pizza lunch in room 204 on Wednesday, June 10. (MKL –Jun 10)

ATTENTION GRADE 7/8 GIRLS’ SOFTBALL PLAYERS: There will be a very brief, but important, meeting at the beginning of lunch today in room 332. Attendance is mandatory. Practices this week will be held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 7:45 AM. Speak to Mrs. Jewitt if unable to attend the meeting or practices. (AJ –Jun 10)

CAFETERIA CLOSING: Our cafeteria servery's last day this year is Monday, June 22nd. Grade 7 & 8 students must bring their lunches on June 23rd and 24th as they will not have access to the cafeteria servery. (NM –Jun 22)

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

STAND UP TO BULLYING SURVEYS: Could the students who signed up to help with the surveys from the Stand up to Bullying squad, please see Mrs. Coyle at lunch on Monday. We are going to homerooms on Tuesday. (TC –Jun 8)

MTSAID MEETING: There will be an important MTSAID (Mother Teresa Students Against Impaired Driving) meeting on Monday at Lunch in room 311. (NR –Jun 8)

HIGH SCHOOL TACKLE FOOTBALL: There will be a brief meeting on Monday, June 8th, at 11:45 in room 119 for any grade 9 to 12 student interested in trying out for the 2009 Varsity Football team. Attendance is mandatory. (AC –Jun 8)

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)

STUDENT SERVICES

BOOKLET RETURNS: Students who borrowed College/University booklets are asked to return them by Monday, June 8th to Student Services. Late fees will be calculated after Monday. Thank you. (KW –Jun 8)

VIRTUAL ACADEMY REPORT CARDS: Report cards are in for students who were registered in the Virtual Academy Winter Night School On-Line program with the Ottawa Catholic School Board. Please pick up your report card from Student Services. (KW –Jun 12)

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)

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)

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)

BURSARY: Dr. Albert Rose Bursary. Criteria: must live in rent-geared-to-income housing and be attending College or University next year. Maximum award is $3000. Application: ontario.ca/rose (JH –Jun 10)
Friday, June 5, 2009

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

WHOLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

MEET AN OLYMPIAN! You are invited to meet Olympian Jeff Bean who will be representing Canada in Ariel Skiing at the 2010 Olympics. He will be at the new Royal Bank branch located at Strandherd and Cedarview on Friday (TODAY) from 1pm to 5:30 pm. You can have your picture taken with him if you wish. There will be cake and refreshments available at the bank during this event. You can also find out how to register to become a torch bearer and carry the Olympic torch in its journey across Canada. See you there. (LB –Jun 5)

YEARBOOK DISTRIBUTION: The yearbooks are finally here, and will be distributed in homeroom starting today - June 5th. Students with first period spare or morning co-op can pick up their yearbooks in room 327 during HS lunch. Students who are absent for distribution, can pick up their yearbook from their homeroom teacher. Students with any outstanding fees will NOT receive their yearbooks until all fees have been paid. Fees must be paid at the office. Once all fees have been paid, students must bring their receipt to room 327 during HS lunch to pick up their yearbooks. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made. (AH –Jun 9)

EXTRA YEARBOOKS FOR SALE: There are a very limited number of extra yearbooks available for purchase. There will be a lottery for the extra books. Students who would like to enter the lottery must drop off a cheque for $50 (payable to Mother Teresa High School) to Mrs. Hopkins in room 203 before school, or in room 327 during HS lunch. Students MUST make sure their name, along with the word "yearbook” is written in the "MEMO" portion of the cheque, or else their cheque will be disqualified. The LAST day to submit your cheque is Thursday, June 11. The lottery will take place at 3:05 pm on Thursday, June 11, and yearbooks will be distributed to the lottery winners on Friday, June 12. (AH –Jun 11)

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

ATTENTION GRADE 8 STUDENTS – LAST DAY! 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

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)

ATTENTION ALL MOTHER TERESA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: Something truly amazing is happening this Friday at the beginning of lunch in the school cafeteria!! At lunch on June 5th, students in the caf will have the chance to GET CAUGHT EATING SMART! What does that mean, you ask? Well, your very own Live it Up committee members and staff from the city of Ottawa will be in the cafeteria at lunch wearing bright Green and Yellow T-shirts giving away tons of prizes to Booster Juice and Subway for all Students who are caught eating a healthy lunch! Students must have a healthy beverage and be eating foods from all four food groups in order to win a prize! IT’S THAT SIMPLE! This message was brought to you by your Mother Teresa Live it Up Team! (KP –Jun 5)

HIGH SCHOOL TACKLE FOOTBALL: There will be a brief meeting on Monday, June 8th, at 11:45 in room 119 for any grade 9 to 12 student interested in trying out for the 2009 Varsity Football team. Attendance is mandatory. (AC –Jun 8)

XBOX CONTROLLER RETURN: The following students still need to return Xbox controllers to Mr. Francoeur. D.P. -1 Xbox dongle, A.M. - 2 Xbox wired controllers, S.N. - 1 Xbox wired controller, B.A. - 1 Xbox wired controller. (PC –Jun 5)

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)

STUDENT SERVICES

BOOKLET RETURNS: Students who borrowed College/University booklets are asked to return them by Monday, June 8th to Student Services. Late fees will be calculated after Monday. Thank you. (KW –Jun 8)

VIRTUAL ACADEMY REPORT CARDS: Report cards are in for students who were registered in the Virtual Academy Winter Night School On-Line program with the Ottawa Catholic School Board. Please pick up your report card from Student Services. (KW –Jun 12)

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)

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)

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)

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)

BURSARY: Dr. Albert Rose Bursary. Criteria: must live in rent-geared-to-income housing and be attending College or University next year. Maximum award is $3000. Application: ontario.ca/rose (JH –Jun 10)
Thursday, June 4, 2009

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

7/8 ANNOUNCEMENTS

ATTENTION 7/8 GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM: There will be a very brief, but important meeting Thursday, June 4 (TODAY) at the start of lunch in room 204. (MKL –Jun 4)

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 TODAY 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

HIGH SCHOOL TACKLE FOOTBALL: There will be a brief meeting on Monday, June 8th, at 11:45 in room 119 for any grade 9 to 12 student interested in trying out for the 2009 Varsity Football team. Attendance is mandatory. (AC –Jun 8)

ATTENTION ALL MOTHER TERESA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: Something truly amazing is happening this Friday at the beginning of lunch in the school cafeteria!! At lunch on June 5th, students in the caf will have the chance to GET CAUGHT EATING SMART! What does that mean you ask? Well, your very own Live it Up committee members and staff from the city of Ottawa will be in the cafeteria at lunch wearing bright Green and Yellow T-shirts giving away tons of prizes to Booster Juice and Subway for all Students who are caught eating a healthy lunch! Students must have a healthy beverage and be eating foods from all four food groups in order to win a prize! IT’S THAT SIMPLE! This message was brought to you by your Mother Teresa Live it Up Team! (KP –Jun 5)

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 TODAY during HS lunch and 7/8 lunch. (NS –Jun 4)

XBOX CONTROLLER RETURN: The following students still need to return Xbox controllers to Mr. Francoeur. D.P. -1 Xbox dongle, A.M. - 2 Xbox wired controllers, S.N. - 1 Xbox wired controller, B.A. - 1 Xbox wired controller. (PC –Jun 5)

ATHLETIC BANQUET: Tickets ON SALE this week ONLY. Tickets for the Athletic Banquet will be available at lunch in the atrium Monday June 1st to Thursday June 4th. If you are an athlete, have paid your athletic fee AND are interested in coming to the athletic Banquet on Monday June 11th, please stop by the atrium to pick up your free ticket. Only those with tickets will be admitted to the banquet so be sure to get yours by Thursday. **New this year!! Each athlete is allowed to bring one guest. Guest tickets will also be available at lunch in the atrium for $12.00. Again, get yours by Thursday! If you have NOT paid your athletic fee but are interested in coming, please stop by Mr. Liska's table in the atrium. He will be collecting any unpaid athletic fees so you can then buy your banquet ticket. (EK –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

VIRTUAL ACADEMY REPORT CARDS: Report cards are in for students who were registered in the Virtual Academy Winter Night School On-Line program with the Ottawa Catholic School Board. Please pick up your report card from Student Services. (KW –Jun 12)

BOOKLET RETURNS: Students who borrowed College/University booklets are asked to return them by Monday, June 8th to Student Services. Late fees will be calculated after Monday. Thank you. (KW –Jun 8)

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)

BURSARY: Dr. Albert Rose Bursary. Criteria: must live in rent-geared-to-income housing and be attending College or University next year. Maximum award is $3000. Application: ontario.ca/rose (JH –Jun 10)

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