A reminder to all SHSM Arts & Culture students that the Art Works Symposium permission forms need to be returned to Ms. Kasper by this Thursday. Please see Ms. Kasper in room 160 if there is an issue.
Next week is a Spirit Week. Starting Wednesday, we ask everyone to support Breast Cancer Month by wearing pink. Thursday will be black and orange day and Friday, make sure to wear your costume for Falco’ween.
FSS Student Cards are being sold at lunch along with Frontenac clothing! Grab both your student card and an order form for clothing in the front foyer.
Attention all ski and snowboard enthusiasts: Have you heard of the 3 day, 2 night ski trip to Jay Peak, Vermont? Come and find out more about this awesome ski / splash and stay experience on Tuesday at lunch in room 179 or see Mr. Lalonde or Mr. Cowan in the Phys. Ed. area for more details.
Please excuse the Senior Boys Football Team at 12:50 p.m. today for their game at home against Regi.
Congratulations to all of the Falcon runners who competed in EOSSAA yesterday. Special mention to the midget boys team that won the championship and will now compete in the Provincial Championships in Waterloo next Saturday.
There is a very important meeting Tuesday at lunch for anyone involved in the Remembrance Day Assembly. This includes any musical performers, dramatization performers (Miles’ and Kasper’s classes), wreath layers and speakers. If you cannot attend, see Ms. Kasper, Jori Bird, Jack Blondin, or Caroline Campbell ASAP. This meeting is mandatory.
Congratulations to the Senior Girls Basketball Team for their convincing win last night against Bayridge. The team is reminded to meet in the front foyer at 2:30 p.m. to leave for Belleville. See Ms. Pixley if you need a drive.
Last night the Junior Girls Basketball Team defeated Bayridge in a fast paced affair. The team is off to Belleville this weekend for their final tourney.
The Craft Club is meeting at lunch in the Fashion room. All who are interested are welcome to attend
.Yesterday at the EOSSAA Cross Country Championships, Frontenac runners ran well. The Midget Boys won EOSSAA. Konnor Weston was first; Jack Rowlatt was 10th; Brannen Laidman was 11th; Evan Fraser was 24th; Jake Adair was 26th; Brendan Kissick was 54th; Abel Vargas was 68th, and Nathan Aulis was 117th. In the Midget Girls race Lucie Amson was 50th and Mia Pincivero was 51st. In the Junior Girls race Sarah Kinney was 39th. In the Junior Boys race Eric Leonard was 68th. In the senior boys race Mitch Kirby was 12th.The Midget Boys will compete at next week's OFSSAA championships in Waterloo.
Are you interested in learning how to play badminton? If so, join us in the main gym at 2:45 p.m. today for a badminton practice. Racquets are provided. No experience is necessary.
The meeting for the Remembrance Day banner today is cancelled and will be re-scheduled for some time next week.
Specialist High Skills Major Health & Wellness students need to see Ms. Pixley or Mr. Cowan today to get their permission forms for the Ottawa / Detroit NHL game.