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May 11
Daily Announcements

·         Could the grade reps, student council, and student council candidates meet in Ms. Vaters’ room quickly at the very beginning of lunch.

·         We would like to congratulate our choir and band for representing our school with spirit and pride at the district concert last night.

·         All grads in the small group specialty song, please go to the music room for the first 10 minutes of lunch today to vote for your grad song.

·         There is a girls rugby game here at 5:00 pm tonight against L’Odysse.

·         The HTHS Cheerleaders will be performing their routine on home mats for the last time this season, Friday at 1:00 pm in the gym.  This will be their last run-through before taking the floor at Provincials on Saturday.  Please come down to support the team.

·         Next boys rugby home game is this Friday with a 5:00 pm kick-off.

·         FEES -  There are a number of student who still owe fees for this year.  Student sin grade 9, 10 and 11 will not be able to play any sports next year until all fees are up to date.  Grads, a reminder that grad fees and all other fees are due prior to collecting your graduation gown.  Please pay your fees as soon as possible.

·         Harrison Trimble Drama is very excited to announce an evening of comedy and horror on Tuesday, May 16th at 7:00 pm in our Auditorium.  You’re Driving Me Crazy and The Final Goodbye, written and directed by Faith Higgins and Emma Despres, reveals a grad party gone terribly wrong.  Tickets are available in our main office and our school website.  Hope to see you there!

·         This is a reminder to all grads that are attending post-secondary next year.  Student should be looking at the scholarship website to apply for as many scholarship as possible.  Due dates are fast approaching.  Please see Ms. Babineau with any questions.

·         Hey Grads the year end slide show is fast approaching – get your pictures in to Mrs. Teed by Friday, May 12th.  Pictures past and present – all are welcome.