Reminder to sign up for late bus at the main office!
A few bus pick up locations for the end of day have been changed; new maps have been posted please dble check where your bus pick up will be.
This is a message from the student council & the committee for Equity and Inclusion, informing everyone that this week we will be celebrating International Pronoun Day, which takes place this Wednesday, October 20th. We would like to take the opportunity to raise awareness for how important it is to learn the pronouns of others and respect them. Making an effort to use the right pronouns is extremely validating! This week, we’ll be sharing information with you each day and on Wednesday you’ll be able to view a video in class explaining the importance of pronouns!
Attention musicians - Band will rehearse today after school until 4PM. Good news band members - we are now allowed to hold our practices inside! so we will meet in the music room, today, rain or shine. Be sure to bring your instrument and bell covers. See Mrs. Barber with any questions.
The Board Game Club will not be open today but will open again tomorrow.
The Oddity Film Society will be watching another spooky movie after school today in the Lecture Hall. Let’s try The Babadook this time.
The Sr. Girls Basketball Team will be traveling to Port Colborne tonight to take on the BEARS. Please meet in room 103 after the bell to confirm transportation to the game. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Smith or Mr. Belding.
Reminder for the Jr Girls basketball team of their practice after school tomorrow. Meet in the big gym. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Marquis.
Attention to the jr and sr boys’ volleyball team, you have a practice today after school.
Attention cross country runners
There has been a change to all the start times for ZONE except Novice Girls. All other races are now 45 minutes ahead of the old schedule. Bus is still leaving at 8:20 am.
A new schedule will be handed out at practice tonight.
Drink plenty of water today.
NG -- 10:15
NB -- 11:00
JG -- 11:45
JB -- 12:30
SG -- 1:15
SB --- 2:00
Short or tall, and please don't think you're too small
In rowing there is room for all! ELC Rowing is one of the biggest teams in the school. Come out, come out and give it a try. Many students when they come to high school have never tried rowing and this is your chance to try your luck at one of Canada's most successful Olympic sports
ELC Rowing competes in the spring but begins important preparations for the spring on water racing season in the Winter.
Sign up on the school Google Form sent out on Friday. We will be sharing important information at an upcoming info meeting in the near future.
The program is flexible, and everyone is welcome (do not worry at all about having no rowing experience).
If you have any questions, see Mr. Ruscitti in Room 206. Feel free to email as well. Go blue and gold!