Lets Catch Up

Tuesday Nov 1, 2022

by Lori May | Nov 01, 2022

TODAYS NEWS

Cafeteria is closed today!  We will be selling Pizza in the caf.

Today is the final day of spirit week - it is PJ day! Could all Period 1 teachers please count and record the number of students per grade in their class that are wearing pjs. Winners from the Halloween trivia on friday were as follows:
In 3rd place was Ms. Feiertag’s grade 9’s - with 7/10 correct answers,
In 2nd place was Mr. Macdonald’s grade 10’s - with 8/10 correct
Answers
And in 1st place was Mrs. Zwierschke’s grade 10’s with 9/10 correct
Answers!
Colour Wars numbers will be updated in the hallways on thursday
night!

CLUBS

The chess club will be meeting in the library today! Everyone is welcome - even if you’re brand new to chess! Also, if you are wishing to buy a chess club shirt please give Mrs Bhan your forms today at lunch. 

There is a BRIEF but very important LINK CREW meeting at lunch today in the lecture hall. 

For those in Anderson’s 3rd period grade 11 English class that would like to build the blanket fort, come to room 305 during lunch today for the beginning of construction. 

The Oddity Film Society will be watching its last chilling movie celebrating Spooktober. To mark this monumental occasion we will view the most Halloweeny of Halloween movies, Trick ‘r Treat, directed by Michael Dougherty. Check out the lecture hall after school to munch on some popcorn and get spooked.

SPORTS

Attention any potential Wrestlers wanting to represent Crossley but wrestle out of Thorold High.  There will be a very important meeting today at the beginning of lunch in the gym foyer in front of the trophy case for sign-up and information.  See Mr. Blanchard if you have any questions.

Hey, cyclones! there will be 4on4 volleyball intramural taking place today at lunch. If you are not sure if you're playing please check the schedule. Also, no games tomorrow, there will be 2 sets of playoff games on Thursday. Playoff games which will happen on Thursday & Friday will be games to 15.

Attention Jr Girls basketball players, there will be a meeting at lunch in the co-op office. Please be there for the beginning of lunch. 

Cross-Country:
A reminder to all cross-country runners that you must return your competition singlet to Mr. Edwards  A.S.A.P.
Hold on to them if you are running at OFSAA this Saturday and return early next week.

A final run Fun Night will occur this Thursday after school. Come out to run, earn points towards the end of season auction and have fun together one last time!

Badminton Club:
Starting November 9th from 6 - 8 pm, students interested in playing badminton with Crossley friends old and new are invited to our gyms for recreational play.
Mr. Edwards will supervise these two hours each Wednesday evening until early May. It gives you an opportunity for free activity and badminton shot practice once a week leading up to the School Team Tryouts in late February and Early March.  See you on the courts every Wednesday starting next week. We have some equipment, bring yours if you have some. Come prepared in proper athletic attire for a smashing good time!

Rowing: Attention all Crossley students interested in giving the ELC Rowing program a taste and a try. The winter training program starts today and is designed as a preparation for the spring on water rowing and racing season.  Young athletes will learn the importance of teamwork and training while having fun, meeting new friends, and developing competence in the sport of rowing. It is a great introduction to the sport and the team, and is very manageable with only a couple of after school practices a week allowing you time for your other sports and studies. Practices run from 2.15-4pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Meet in the foyer today outside the big gym right after school dressed and ready to have some fitness fun.

With the good weather hanging around, the club is having another Try-Row day this upcoming Saturday from 11am-1pm. Open to anyone from any grade, show up at the Notre Dame Rowing club in Welland at that time dressed and ready to give this new sport a try. More info at the after school novice workouts.

ARTS

Experience "Stories Found" a live on-stage performance by SAY IT! On Stage community theatre group featuring several Crossley students. Captured moments from people's lives will take the stage and be rediscovered through the unique objects that rekindle memories. 

Tickets are available for the performances on November 5th and 6th at the Meridian Community Centre in Pelham. Call 905-732-7888 or visit www dot pelham dot ca slash arts.