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Morning Announcements

April 20

by Lori May | Apr 20, 2018

Today’s News
Hey Crossley! Did you know that one out of two teenagers feel they are addicted to their phones?  We are having Thumbs Up Lunches until Monday.  We challenge you and your friends to put your phones in the center of your group and have some face-to-face conversation without your phones involved.  If you successfully have lunch without touching your phones, you will be rewarded with a small prize.  We are promoting human interaction and hope that you will join us in the Thumbs Up movement by having meaningful lunches with your friends.

The 2018-2019 Student Council Elections will be starting very soon. If you are interested in improving Crossley's School Spirit, organizing dances, semi formal and Cyclone Day and want to run for an executive position please see Mrs. Hutchinson in room 405 for a nomination package. Crossley will vote for their Council Executives on Tues May 1st. Following the executive vote students who want to represent their grade and be a voice for their peers will get the opportunity to run for Grade Rep.  Packages for Grade Rep will be available May 1st and voting will happen on Tuesday May 15th.  Please see Mrs. Hutchinson in room 405 if you are interested in joining Students' Council but unsure what position to run for

All candidates running for Students' Council Executive positions are reminded of the brief meeting in room 405 today at 2:15. Be on time so everyone can get to their buses and be sure to have your paperwork completed to hand in.

Clubs and Activities
To honour Earth Day, the Interact & Earth clubs will be meeting at Crossley on Saturday April 21st at 10am to clean up the gardens.  All students are welcome to join us on Saturday morning to pitch in and make Crossley look beautiful.  You can also earn 2 community service hours!  Let’s celebrate Earth day by making cleaning up our piece of the Earth!

Attention Computer Science Students:
The Annual DSBN Computer Programming Finals take place on Friday May 4 at Brock University. 
Students should note that this is "TRIPLE P" Tournament:  Prizes, Prestige, and Pizza!
Bring honour to yourself and your school by attending this wonderful event.
Students are asked to see Mr. Hughes for a form. 
Practices will be held every day for the next 2 weeks in room 210 at Lunch.




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