Lets Catch Up

Wednesday May 25, 2022

by Lori May | May 25, 2022

TODAYS NEWS

Attention all current grade 11s.  The applications for the 4 period Home Build construction credits have just been released.  If you are interested in applying, please book a guidance appointment ASAP.

Grade 12 students are asked to check their Grade 12 only D2L for an opportunity to nominate a potential Valedictorian for the Graduating class of 2022.  Nominations close on Friday! 

Each family had until May 22nd  to claim the 4 grad tickets per graduate via School Cash online (refer back to grad meeting minutes).  An extension to claim the four tickets has been made until May 31.

On June 6th a Google form will be released for you to express your interest to be considered for an additional 2 tickets should space exist.  The students who receive an additional 2 tickets will be pulled via lottery.  The tickets will be $20 each for those sucessful to receive such.

ATTENTION GRADE 11’s - Grad hoodies for our 2023 graduates are now available to order.  If you order now, your hoodie will be ready for you in September.  To order, visit the ELC website https://elcrossley.dsbn.org/ and click the Grad Hoodie Link!  All orders must be in by June 10th!

The Stratford Trip to see Hamlet is tomorrow. So if you are seeing the Hamlet play, we will be boarding the bus at 8 o’clock, so make sure you’re in the front foyer for 8 tomorrow morning. If that’s too early for you, sleep on the bus. 

CLUBS

Attention all yearbook members! We have our meeting at lunch today in room 209! See you there!

SPORTS

Graduating athletes today is the day!!  Meet us on the bleachers at lunch in your ELC gear for the group photo!!! 

The Crossley Rowing Team competed at the South Niagara Invitational regatta this past weekend. The Cyclones had an incredibly strong showing winning ten events and finishing second in four. 

Gold Medalists are 

Kaylea B.

Talia T.

Noah P.

Matt J.

Kate D.

Emma G.

Liam S.

Owen N.

Meredith H.

Sam W.

Preston D.

Alessio P.

Malarie J.

Suny K.

Bassil D.

Shane I.

Claire L.

Mason K.

Chris I.

Dario C.

Liz S.

Andy N.

Matt J.


Silver Medals were won by

Mike G.

Dylan M.

Hudson S.

Juilette F.

Mason K.

Lucas R.

Emmy D.

Sarah S.

Dane L.

Gavin R.

Ella F.


Well done to all team members and keep up the great work as you prepare for the National Championship regatta in less than two weeks. 

Yesterday the girls softball team traveled to St. Catharines to participate in the Zone 4 tournament.  The day started off against Thorold secondary school and our girls were up to the challenge winning 8 – 5 in a game that saw several girls reach base including, Alexis T., Madison M, London B and runs scored by Maddie N, Natalie A and Layla A, amongst others.  Hailey W. and Kaydence C. pitched a gem of a game.

 The second game of the day saw us take on A.N. Myer and although the girls held them to 4 runs (a feat that was not achieved all day by any other team) they lost by two runs.

 In the third and final round robin game, which the girls needed to win to advance to the playoff round, the bats went cold.  ☹ In the bottom of the last inning trailing by 4 runs we quickly got two outs.  All hope was almost lost until hits by Hailey W. and Alison H. put runners in scoring position for Jody V.  Jody went down 2 strikes and then swung at a low pitch and hit a “frozen rope” into centre field scoring both runs and landing her on 3rd base with a triple.  The girls were now down 2 runs and needed some more help.  Up to the plate stepped Braelyn W with her own bat and helmet (looking like she had done this before) and smashed a ball deep to left field.  Although her name was not Joe, and she may hit a bigger home run in her life, we appreciated that she “touched ‘em all” to tie up the game.  Maddie N., Layla A., and Natalie A. all reached base before Sasha T. cashed in the winning run.  This earned the girls a victory in “walk off” style.   Let me tell you, this game was amazing to be a part of.

 The victory earned us a berth in the semi-finals against the defending champion SWC team.  The girls played their best game of the day but ended up on the wrong end of the scoresheet.  Our girls scored 5 runs in 4 innings, including 2 hits each for Camryn F and Allie P. and should be extremely proud of their efforts!

 Mr. Belding and Mr. Smith would like to congratulate all the girls for their amazing efforts all day long.  You were a pleasure to coach and you represented Crossley well….Oh and by the way, they didn’t forget to smile!