Lets Catch Up

Friday Oct 28, 2022

by Lori May | Oct 28, 2022


And the results are in!!! Yesterday was the pumpkin painting competition - if you haven’t seen the pumpkins they are on display in the gallery. Third place went to the minion pumpkin painted by grade 9’s who earned 50 points for colour wars! Second place went to the purple pumpkin painted by grade 9’s and 10’s who each earned 50 points for their grade! First place went to the portrait of Mr. Petro painted by grade 12’s who earned 150 points for their grade!!! Today during period 3 there will be a trivia competition - winners will earn points for their grade as well as a prize for the top class!

Thank you to everyone who has brought in non perishable food and items for our Halloween for Hunger Campaign. A reminder that monday is your last day to be able to donate to this worthy cause - all items will be delivered to Pelham Cares.

Today is orange and black day!  Could all period 1 teachers please complete the google form after counting participating students.


The chess team members going to the tournament today at AN Myer are reminded to meet in the main foyer immediately after announcements. 


The senior boys volleyball team members are reminded of their very important lunch meeting today.  Please meet in the Gallery.  

SOSSA Cross-Country:  Congratulations to the members of the cross-country team for their excellent effort at SOSSA yesterday. Most had personal best times for the season.  Qualifying for OFSAA on Nov. 5th were Lydia Jeffery, Jackson Sider, Griffin Eller, Jonas Shapland, Logan MacRae, Adam Freure and Xavier Walker.

A reminder to the Intramural Hockey Players, the draft is today at lunch in Room 208.  Please make sure you are there to get drafted and receive your season schedule.  The league officially starts next week.

The ELC rowing team is one of the biggest teams in the school and is one of those unique teams or sports that many students have never tried before entering school. Here is your chance to "dip your toes into the water" by participating in the Crossley novice winter training program that prepares rowers for the spring racing season. The winter training program has been a big part of the Crossley rowing success and is done in a coed, fun atmosphere that empowers you to improve your physical and mental well being. The novice winter training program runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school here from 2.15-4pm. Everyone is invited and included simply by coming out and participating with the team. No previous experience is required, nor does it matter what your current fitness level is- we build you up gradually "slow and steady wins the race". THERE WILL BE A SHORT INFORMATION MEETING AT LUNCHTIME TODAY IN ROOM 318.

When Crossley Rowing does hit the water, it is done through the Notre Dame Rowing Club on the Welland Canal in Welland- one of the best training sites in North America and very close to ELC. The rowing club is hosting try row days the next two Saturdays from 11am-1pm at the rowing club. Come down and give the sport a try and get a taste of what the sport is like. The try row days are hosted by the Notre Dame rowing club which is our host club and houses all of the equipment. Weather looks great. Get more info at TODAYS lunchtime meeting