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November 22nd

posted Nov 23, 2017, 8:02 AM by Tracey Collinson

The annual staff and student volleyball game will take place in the gym at second break. Everyone is welcome to come out and cheer for their favourite team -- this year, it will be the senior boys’ versus the senior girls’, with a little added help from teachers such as Mr. Hays, Ms. Horst, Mr. Kovats, Ms. Foley, Mr. Suchit, Mrs. Boland, Mr. Muller, and Ms. Parker! The star of last year’s game may even make an appearance -- “Mr. V, MVP!” 

Lost and Found items have been set up outside the Library. Please take your class by the tables to see if anything belongs to them.  

There will be a primary choir practice today first break in Mme Curds room.

This is a reminder that Grade 1 and 2 skittles will be taking place TODAY in the concourse at first break! Today’s matchup is:
The Sharks vs. The Dingos   REF: D. Khandelwal  Bring your snack and come ready to play!

This is a reminder that Grade 3 and 4 skittles will be taking place today in the GYM at first break! Today’s matchup is:
Golden Seals vs. Maroons and Thrashers vs. Scouts   REFS: R.  Dev, M. Skiba     Bring your snack and come ready to play!

Any grade 5 or 6 girls interested in trying out for Junior volleyball are to meet in Ms Parker’s room at 12:15 TODAY

Intermediate Art Club will take place today during 2nd break. Bring your lunch!

There will be an informal meeting for WE CLUB  participants from last year with Mlle Wright in the Library. FIRST BREAK!

Ms. Horst would like to congratulate the senior girls’ volleyball team on their AMAZING season. At Halton Finals, we beat every team in two sets, rallied hard in the final game, and fell just short of the championship title in the third set. As the Burloak Champions and Halton A Finalists, you can hold your head up high knowing you played your best and your coach and school is very proud of you all!  

We would like to take a moment to thank Ms. Horst for her amazing coaching of this volleyball team and all of the time that she has dedicated to these students.  HG is lucky to have her!