Are you interested in attending a conference hosted by the YWCA called: “Power of Being a Girl”? It will take place Thursday March 5th in St. Catharines. The conference offers a day of fun in a safe environment with programming designed to inspire and empower girls, as well as students who identify as transgender or non-binary. If you are interested in attending or want more information, please come see Carleen in Guidance today. Spots are limited and lunch is provided.
Do you have tooth pain, bleeding gums, cavities, oral piercings or issues with wisdom teeth? A registered dental hygienist from Public Health will be visiting for free dental advice and screening. Date: Monday, March 2, 2020, Time: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm, Location: Nutrition Room If you are not available on this date, don’t worry! For more information, please speak to your school nurse, or call Niagara Region Public Health Dental Line at 905-688-8248, ext. 7399.
Graduating students with significant financial need are asked to see Ms. Gibson for an application to the Branscombe Family Foundation Scholarship. Submissions must be received directly by May 1, 2020.
The Early On center at the Seaway Mall is looking for student volunteers over the March Break. See student services for contact info.
Congratulations to the Jr improv team who rocked with resilience against 5 Sr improv teams last night at GSS. They brought down the house on several occasions, congratulations to their coach Ms. Robins.
Just a reminder that the DBT skills group with Carleen is today at lunch in Mr. Jugley’s room. See you there!
Music students are reminded that today is the very last day to hand in Big Reds orders. Please see Mrs. Barber towards the end of lunch in the music room.
A HUGE congratulations to our senior girls’ volleyball team for their EPIC battle at SOSSA yesterday. The girls faced a tough team from St. Francis during the first round and came out victorious. During the finals, we faced a strong serving team from Dundas Valley and we battled a point for point game, but unfortunately could not pull out ahead in time. Although this meant a second-place finish for our mighty Cyclones, and the potential second entry to OFSAA, we faced a challenge match late in the day - pushing our girls to a 3-game battle. The girls played with heart and grit - but the Eden Flyers were able to squeak by us, ending our season. The girls represented our school in a positive and sportsmanlike manner, proving what it really means to wear that Cyclone jersey.
Thank you to all the students, teachers and administration for the their encouragement and support for the Sr. Boys Basketball team yesterday and throughout the season. Congratulation to the Sr. Boys Basketball team on a competing hard yesterday in the SOSSA finals game against St. Francis, unfortunately we finished a little short losing 66-55.
The Crossley Intramural Hockey League starts its playoffs next week. On Monday Team 4 (Blue) plays Team 3 (Orange) and on Thursday Team 1 (Grey) plays Team 2 (Yellow). Each team only has two games left before the season is over, so all players are encouraged to make it out