E.g., 04/25/2017


SCHOOL PLAY TICKETS ON SALE NOW! by D. Cavalheiro & V. Boudreau

Attention Heritage!  Tickets will be on sale all this week at lunch for the Drama Club's Production of "Arsenic and Old Lace" this Friday, April 28th.  The period 3 and 4  matinee is open to all students (with teacher permission) and the evening performance begins at 7pm.  Tickets are $5.   We hope to see you there!

SCHOOL PLAY TICKETS ON SALE NOW! by D. Cavalheiro & V. Boudreau

Tickets on sale all week at lunch for the Drama Club's production of Arsenic and Old Lace this Friday, April 28th.  Teacher permission required prior to purchasing a ticket for the periods 3 and 4 matinee (open to all students).  The evening performance begins at 7pm.   Ticket price:  $5.  Hope to see you there!  Thanks.


House Points "True to be a Canadian" by N. Turriff

Do not forget to wear "anything Canadian" on Thursday April 27th!

Student Life Fair by N. Turriff

Be in the main foyer at lunch hour on Wednesday, April 26th, if you are interested in being part of student life next year. We need responsible and charismatic students to help organise activities throughout the school year. If being part of Student Council, the Student Athletic Leadership Team, Head of House , Just for Fun Day or Prefects, come by to pick up a form. Registration forms need to be returned to Mr. Noirfalise's office by Friday, April 28th. 

Foyer Challenge tomorrow by N. Turriff

Feather in the Air - 2 people from each house will try to keep a feather in the air for the longest time possible. If you think you can do it better than everyone, be sure to be one of the first two people from your house in the foyer when we announce where the challenge will take place. Some of you showed off your skills at the Cultural Fair. We hope to see you there. Bring a few cheerleaders from your homeroom along with you.

Readiness Camp Applications by Mr. Vari

A reminder to all new and returning Readiness Camp mentors that the applications are due TODAY.  Please submit your applications to Mr. Vari in B214 or in the Junior Staff room.  Interview times and dates will be posted on the Student Council door in room D110 tomorrow, Tuesday April 25th. 

The Student Council Presents...The INUKSUK Challenge by Mr. Vari

INUKSUK is a figure made of piled stones or boulders constructed to communicate with humans throughout the Arctic. Traditionally constructed by the Inuit, inuksuit are integral to Inuit culture and are often intertwined with representations of Canada and the North.  Come join the Student Council on Thursday April 27th at 12:30pm in the Main Foyer for the INUKSUK Challenge with a TWIST.  Want to know what an INUKSUK Challenge is?  Curious to know the TWIST.  Well, you just have to come to the Main Foyer to find out.  Remember to wear something that represents CANADA for our TRUE TO BE A CANADIAN Theme Day.