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Oct 23rd & 24th

posted Oct 24, 2017, 1:38 PM by Joe Toth
October 24th
How would your class feel about getting the opportunity to play at the park during second break, all because you bought a raffle ticket? If this interests you, come and buy a raffle ticket at second break today in room 106.  Draws will be held on October 30!  This goes to support our on-going Terry Fox Walk/Run

This is a reminder that Grade 1 and 2 skittles intramurals start TODAY in the concourse at first break! 
Today’s matchup is:
The Koalas vs. The Dingos
Bring your snack and come ready to play!

Intermediates:
This is a reminder for the intramural volleyball players that the following teams are playing TODAY at first break:
Grizzlies vs. Blazers
and
Titans vs. Vikings
Bring your snack and we’ll see you there!

The senior girls’ volleyball team will have practice today at second break in preparation for their game against River Oaks!

A reminder that Band rehearses tomorrow morning at 7am!

Attention all athletic council members: there will be a very important 5-minute meeting in Ms. Foley’s room (room 105) at the start of second break. Please come down as soon as you are dismissed for lunch.

Flag Football Team there will be a quick meeting at the second half of first break in Ms. Boland’s room to discuss the tournament tomorrow!

October 23rd
Do you want to be a hero and have your class get served lunch by Mr Toth and Mrs Baylor in the staff room?  Come and buy a raffle ticket today in room 106 at second break! Tickets cost a dollar each! The draws will be done on October 30th. This goes to support our on-going Terry Fox Walk/Run

Attention all intermediate students who signed up for volleyball intramurals
the first games will start TOMORROW - Tuesday, October 24th. 
Please double check the team lists and schedules posted in your classroom to see if your team is playing, and listen to announcements tomorrow morning! See you there!

This message is for grades 5 to 8 students.  Do you like to solve problems?  Are you looking for a challenge? Are you thinking that you’d like to pursue a career in Computer Science?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should come to a meeting in the library today at 10:15 to find out about the Beaver Computing Challenge!

This is a reminder to the senior girls’ volleyball team that we will have practice after school. 
Ms. Boland’s room to discuss the tournament tomorrow!
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