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September 18
Daily Announcements

There is a Harrison Trimble Hockey Registration sheet outside of the gym for anyone interested in trying out.

 

Any player wishing to try out must register now, even if they cannot attend the first tryout sessions due to conflicts with other high school sports teams.

 

There are three guaranteed tryouts.  The first tryout time has changed and will be September 20 at 8:45 pm.  The other two tryouts 4 – 5 pm on September 26 and 28, as originally scheduled.  The first tryout will be a skills practice followed by two scrimmages with officials.  Players will be assigned jerseys for all ice times.  The cost for tryouts will be $40 per player which will be added to your School Cash after the first tryout.

 

Vocal Ensemble members:  please be aware that after school practice will be on Tuesday this week.  The schedule of practices is posted on the whiteboard outside in the music hallway.

 

Reminder to those students going on the backpacking trip that you need to attend a meeting and bring your gear to Mrs. Smith’s room 318, on Tuesday at 3:30 pm.

 

Reminder to student that this Wednesday is picture day.  Make sure to look extra nice.

 

There will be a meeting for everyone who signed up for Cross Country today at lunch in Mr. Matchett’s room, 327.  We will be discussing the upcoming season.

 

Grade Rep hopefuls are reminded to check their appointment times outside of the SC office and be on time for their interview.

 

Thank you to everyone that came out to the truck pull on Saturday!  Even in defeat, the Trojans showed theirs spirit throughout the competition.

 

Congrats to the Girls Softball team on their tournament win in Sussex this weekend.

 

Tomorrow SC will have twister in the lobby at 12:50.

 

Reminder to everyone who committed act of kindness on Saturday for Becca Told Me To challenge to post it on the bulletin board outside of the guidance office.

 

September 15
Daily Announcements

There is a Harrison Trimble Hockey Registration sheet outside of the gym for anyone interested in trying out.

 

Any player wishing to try out must register now, even if they cannot attend the first tryout sessions due to conflicts with other high school sports teams.

 

There are three guaranteed tryouts.  Ice times for tryouts will be 4-5 pm on September 21, 26 and 28.  The first tryout will be a skills practice followed by two scrimmages with officials.  Players will be assigned jerseys for all ice times.  The cost for tryouts will be $40 per player which will be added to your School Cash after the first tryout.

 

There will be a meeting for everyone who signed up for Cross Country on Monday at lunch in Mr. Matchett’s room, 327.  We will be discussing the upcoming season.

 

It is imperative that the following students see Mrs. Petersen at the break after period one:

 

Alex Wynter

Nash Smith

John Murray-Weir

Eric Henderson

Lauren Sallaj

Ryan Wojick

Chris Forsythe

Ethan Smallman

Allison Henderson

 

The dates and times for Grade Rep interviews are posted outside of the SC office today.  Please check for your date and time.

 

Reminder to everyone to commit your acts of kindness on Saturday for Becca Told Me To.

 

On Saturday is the annual United Way truck pull!! CITY HALL 1 PM - BE THERE!!!! 14 Of HTHS's very own will be pulling a TRANSPORT TRUCK against Moncton high for the United Way charity!! Everyone come on out for an afternoon of muscles, food and spirit!! WEAR MAROON AND WHITE AND BE PREPARED TO CHEER.  FIRST 50 PEOPLE THERE WILL GET A FREE HTHS T-SHIRT.

 

If you have not already joined our Facebook group hths student body 2017-18 and follow hthssc18 on Instagram, Snapchat and Wwitter for updates on activities.

 

We will hold an air guitar competition on Friday at 12:50 pm in the auditorium.  Sign-up sheet outside the SC office,

 

Anyone interested in working on the Yearbook, there will be tryouts on Wednesday at the beginning of lunch in room 232.

Pep band will meet after school today.

 

September 14
Daily Announcements

Tomorrow, Friday, teachers will be meeting in their departments as they prepare for next week’s activities.  Students in grades 9 – 11 do not have to be at school until 9:10.  If you are a bus student, or get dropped off prior to 9:10, feel free to sit in the cafeteria, library or hallways.

 

There is a Harrison Trimble Hockey Registration sheet outside of the gym for anyone interested in trying out.

 

Any player wishing to try out must register now, even if they cannot attend the first tryout sessions due to conflicts with other high school sports teams.

 

There are three guaranteed tryouts.  Ice times for tryouts will be 4-5 pm on September 21, 26 and 28.  The first tryout will be a skills practice followed by two scrimmages with officials.  Players will be assigned jerseys for all ice times.  The cost for tryouts will be $40 per player which will be added to your School Cash after after the first tryout.

 

Hey Grads of 2018 – Friday this week at 8:40 am will be your first grad assembly of the year.  You don’t want to miss out on important upcoming information!

 

The Trojan Trend Shop is open for business!  We have moved and are now located next to the Art and Music rooms.  Get your Trojan swag!

 

The dates and times for Grade Rep interviews are posted outside of the SC office today.  Please check for your date and time.

 

Cheer tryouts will be from 5:30 – 7:00 today in the gym.

 

There is a boys basketball game at 8:00 vs. RHS at Kiwanis park.

 

Reminder to everyone to commit your acts of kindness on Saturday for Becca Told Me To.

 

Come out to support the girls soccer team as they have their first away game at 5:00 vs. Mathieu Martin.

 

On Saturday is the annual United Way truck pull!! CITY HALL 1 PM - BE THERE!!!! 14 Of HTHS's very own will be pulling a TRANSPORT TRUCK against Moncton high for the United Way charity!! Everyone come on out for an afternoon of muscles, food and spirit!! WEAR MAROON AND WHITE AND BE PREPARED TO CHEER.  FIRST 50 PEOPLE THERE WILL GET A FREE HTHS T-SHIRT.

 

If you have not already joined our Facebook group hths student body 2017-18 and follow hthssc18 on Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter for updates on activities.

 

There's an open gym for boys basketball today from 7:30-9 for anyone who thinks they would like to try out.

 

Could the student who signed up for Breakfast Club please go to room 110 at lunch today to see Mrs. Legere.

 

We will hold an air guitar competition on Friday at 12:50 pm in the auditorium.  Sign-up sheet outside the SC office,

 

Anyone interested in working on the Yearbook, there will be tryouts on Wednesday at the beginning of lunch in room 232.

Pep band will meet after school today.

 

Those students who want to go on the backpacking trip are asked to meet Mrs. Smith and Mr. Delaney today at the beginning of lunch in the computer lab, room 319.

 

September 13
Daily Announcements

Hey Grads of 2018 – Friday this week at 8:40 am will be your first grad assembly of the year.  You don’t want to miss out on important upcoming information!

 

The Trojan Trend Shop is open for business!  We have moved and are now located next to the Art and Music rooms.  Get your Trojan swag!

 

Kraft Dinner (KD) Wednesday starts today at Parkside Baptist Church.

 

The dates and times for Grade Rep interviews will be posted outside of the SC office today.  Please check for your date and time.

 

On Saturday is the annual United Way truck pull!! CITY HALL 1 PM - BE THERE!!!! 14 Of HTHS's very own will be pulling a TRANSPORT TRUCK against Moncton high for the United Way charity!! Everyone come on out for an afternoon of muscles, food and spirit!! WEAR MAROON AND WHITE AND BE PREPARED TO CHEER.  FIRST 50 PEOPLE THERE WILL GET A FREE HTHS T-SHIRT.

 

If you have not already joined our Facebook group hths student body 2017-18 and follow hthssc18 on Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter for updates on activities.

 

There's an open gym for boys basketball on Thursday the 14th 7:30-9 for anyone who thinks they would like to try out.

 

Could the student who signed up for Breakfast Club please go to room 110 at lunch on Thursday to see Mrs. Legere.

 

Wednesday tug of war on the field at 12:50.

 

We will hold an air guitar competition on Friday at 12:50 pm in the auditorium.  Sign-up sheet outside the SC office,

 

Anyone interested in working on the Yearbook, there will be tryouts on Wednesday at the beginning of lunch in room 232.

 

Cheer tryouts 5:30-7:15 in the gym.

 

The first vocal ensemble practice will be today at lunch.  After school practice is cancelled.

 

Pep band will meet after school tomorrow.

 

First girls field hockey game tonight at 5:30 at Harrison Trimble.

 

Those students who want to go on the backpacking trip are asked to meet Mrs. Smith and Mr. Delaney on Thursday at the beginning of lunch in the computer lab, room 319.

September 12
Daily Announcements

Hey Grads of 2018 – Friday this week at 8:40 am will be your first grad assembly of the year.  You don’t want to miss out on important upcoming information!

 

The Trojan Trend Shop is open for business!  We have moved and are now located next to the Art and Music rooms.  Get your Trojan swag!

 

Kraft Dinner (KD) Wednesday starts tomorrow at Parkside Baptist Church.

 

Vocal Ensemble is cancelled for today.

 

Running Club is open to any interested students and staff on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3:30.  See Mrs. Legere in room 108 for more details.  Wear appropriate clothing.

 

Sign-up sheet for Cross Country outside of Mr. Matchett's room 327.  Today is the last day to sign up.

 

Any girls ages 14-17 interested in playing football are invited to come to the lobby, Tuesday at noon to speak to representatives from Football NB.

 

We are looking for volunteers for the Breakfast Program.  It will run from 8:00 – 9:00.  Please see Mrs. Legere in room 108 for more information.

 

First field girl hockey game at 5:30 tonight at Harrison Trimble. 

 

Luna Balloona in the cafeteria 12:50 on Tuesday.

 

 

 

Wednesday tug of war on the field at 12:50.

 

We will hold an air guitar competition on Friday at 12:50 pm in the auditorium.  Sign-up sheet outside the SC office,

 

Anyone interested in working on the Yearbook, there will be tryouts on Wednesday at the beginning of lunch in room 232.

 

Cheer tryouts 5:30-7:15 in the gym 

 

Girls softball game today at 5:30 at Hal Betts field #1 , home opener

 

September 11
Daily Announcements

Running Club is open to any interested students and staff on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3:30.  See Mrs. Legere in room 108 for more details.  Wear appropriate clothing.

 

Sign-up sheet for Cross Country outside of Mr. Matchett's room 327.  Today is the last day to sign up.

 

Any girls ages 14-17 interested in playing football are invited to come to the lobby, Tuesday at noon to speak to representatives from Football NB.

 

There will be a meeting for anyone interested in being a grade rep today at 12:20 in room 214.

 

We are looking for volunteers for the Breakfast Program.  It will run from 8:00 – 9:00.  Please see Mrs. Legere in room 108 for more information.

 

Cheer tryouts tonight from 5:30-7:15 in the gym 

 

First boys baseball game tonight at 8 pm at Kiwanis Park.

 

First field girl hockey game at 5:30 on Tuesday at Harrison Trimble. 

 

Luna Balloona in the cafeteria 12:50 on Tuesday.

 

Wednesday tug of war on the field at 12:50.

 

We will hold an air guitar competition on Friday at 12:50 pm in the auditorium.  Sign-up sheet outside the SC office,

 

Anyone interested in working on the Yearbook, there will be tryouts on Wednesday at the beginning of lunch in room 232.

 

 

September 08
Daily Announcements

The third floor will be off limits to student during lunch time.

 

Running Club is open to any interested students and staff on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3:30.  See Mrs. Legere in room 108 for more details.  Wear appropriate clothing.

 

Sign-up sheet for Cross Country outside of Mr. Matchett's room 327 

 

Pep rally today at 12:50 in the auditorium for the girls soccer spirit game and the football game 

 

Soccer spirit game on this afternoon.  Cost is $2.

 

There will be a short baseball meeting in Mr. Jardine’s room 212 at the beginning of lunch today. 

 

Any girls ages 14-17 interested in playing football are invited to come to the lobby, Tuesday at noon to speak to representatives from Football NB.

 

There will be a meeting for anyone interested in being a grade rep on Monday at 12:20 in room 214.

 

The first Football game is tonight vs ODC 7:00 at our very own Woody Hayes field.  Cost is $3.

 

We are looking for volunteers for the Breakfast Program.  It will run from 8:00 – 9:00.  Please see Mrs. Legere in room 108 for more information.

 

September 07
Daily Announcements

Any student interested in being part of our school vocal ensemble or band is invited to a quick meeting in the music room at the beginning of lunch today.

 

The third floor will be off limits to student during lunch time.

 

Maroon and white video dance tonight from 7-10.  Cost is 8$. 

Come in the clear story entrance and bring your last year’s student id if you have it

 

Girls soccer tryouts today at 3:30 on the Woody Hayes field 

 

Girls field hockey tryouts today at 3:30 on the Woody Hayes field.  No experience required.  All you need is a pair of sneakers and a willingness to learn.

 

Boys soccer tryouts today at 5:00 on the Woody Hayes field 

 

Cheer tryouts today from 5:30-7:15 in the gym 

 

Sign-up sheet for Cross Country in Mr. Matchett's room 327 

 

Spirit day on Friday, wear maroon and white 

 

Pep rally on Friday at 12:50 in the auditorium for the girls soccer spirit game and the football game 

 

Soccer spirit game on Friday afternoon.  Cost is $2.

 

The first Football game is this Friday vs ODC 7:00 at our very own Woody Hayes field.  Cost is $3.

 

We are looking for volunteers for the Breakfast Program.  It will run from 8:00 – 9:00.

 

June 08
Daily Announcements

·            Safe Grad registrations will take place today (LAST DAY) in the lobby at lunch.  See Mr. Matchett or Mr. Travis.  We have not yet reached the required 100 people, so get your forms and money in asap.

·            Reminder that all assistive tech computers must be handed in by tomorrow.  Please bring to room 108.

·            All novels belonging to Mr. Spirrits (Spirritts written on the side of the book) must be returned as soon as possible.

·            Students are required to clean out their lockers and return their locks to HR teachers by Friday.  The cafeteria will be unlocked this afternoon to allow students time to clean out their lockers

·            This Friday is the last day for food services in the cafeteria.

·            DORNAN DRVING SCHOOL will be holding a Driver’s Education Courses as follows:

June 25 – online
July 4 – 7 – 526 Shediac Road
July 30 – online
July 31 – Aug 3 – 526 Shediac Road

Call 204-1933 and speak with Blaine.

 

June 07
Daily Announcements

·            Safe Grad registration will take place today & Thursday in the lobby at noon.  See Mr. Matchett or Mr. Travis.  This is it folks; get your forms and money in.

It is urgent that we receive yours and guest’s registration and payment ASAP to ensure that the minimum number of required guests is met.

·            Mentors are reminded to be in the cafeteria tomorrow by 5:15 pm in your maroon and white.

·            Students are required to clean out their lockers and return their locks to HR teachers on Friday.  This must be done.

·            This Friday is the last day for food services in the cafeteria.

·            Any students in grades 9 – 11 who are genuinely interested in going on an educational tour to Greece in July, 2018, please meet in Ms. Maillet’s room at 11:40 today.  This meeting will have lunch provided.

·            Mrs. Dominie needs to see the following grads today at guided study:  Tyler Ayles, Glodin Mulali, Dylan Tabone, Steve Sequeria, Jacob Doucette and Arthur Lefebvre.

·            The small group of grads who are singing the specialty song and graduation will practice today at 12:10 instead of after school.

·            DORNAN DRVING SCHOOL will be holding a Driver’s Education Courses as follows:

June 25 – online
July 4 – 7 – 526 Shediac Road
July 30 – online
July 31 – Aug 3 – 526 Shediac Road

Call 204-1933 and speak with Blaine.

 

June 06
Daily Announcements

·            Safe Grad registration will take place today, tomorrow & Thursday in the lobby at noon.

·            Skye McGill please see Mrs. Simmonds now.

·            Mentors are reminded to be in the cafeteria tomorrow by 5:15 pm in your maroon and white.

·            Would the following gentlemen please report to room 209, Kai’s room, during Guided Study today:

    • Josh Vautour
    • Tyson Smith-Duciaume
    • Skylar McKnight
    • Dakota LeBlanc
    • Brandon Quanach
    • Owen Richard
    • Calvin Bannister
    • Chris McFadden
    • Davwon Henwood
    • Austin Gillies
    • Austin Basque
    • Jordan Steeves
    • Koby Richard
    • Brandon Adams
    • Josh Whalen
    • Dylan Noel
    • Nico Leblanc
    • Austin Carter
    • Kyle Dennis
    • Brad DeWitt
    • Seth Wilcox
    • Levi Anderson

 

June 02
Daily Announcements

·            Mrs. Dominie would like all grads who signed up to sing or play at graduation to see her today.

·            It’s Race Day here at HTHS.  The Grad Dragon Boat team hits the water at 3:27 but the gun will fire at 3:47.  Come out and support our grads at Dragon Boat.

Paddlers are to check in at lunch today in room 305.

·            It’s that time of year again.  Ms. Carey is looking for grades 9 – 12 to design and paint new murals for the courtyard.  Drop by room 211 at lunch to grab a form and get information.

·            Boys soccer players who ordered team hoodies and pants, please see Mr. Delaney in room 112 this week.

·            For graduates who are planning to take a non HTHS student to prom, you must sign the sheet in the office by Friday.  One guest per graduate.

 

June 01
Daily Announcements

·            Hey Dragon Boat Grad Team!  Tomorrow is the day.  Get your t-shirts from Petersen today.  Quick meeting at 12:40 today at lunch.

·            A HUGE thank you to all the performers in last night’s spring concert.  The music sounded wonderful, and the entire concert went exceedingly well.  Mr. Snelgrove and Mrs. Dominie would like to thank everyone who attended the show, and also everyone who has been a part of the music department.  Special should out to the SALT crew for making everything run super-smoothly.

·            Boys soccer players who ordered team hoodies and pants, please see Mr. Delaney in room 112 this week.

·            For graduates who are planning to take a non HTHS student to prom, you must sign the sheet in the office by Friday.  One guest per graduate.

·            The following Scholarships are quickly coming due:

    • Friends of the Trojans Scholarship – June 1st

The applications can be found on the website and all of the completed applications must be submitted to Ms. Babineau in guidance.  If you cannot find Ms. Babineau in person, please do not hesitate to slip your application, in an envelope, under her door.

 

May 31
Daily Announcements

·            Boys soccer players who ordered team hoodies and pants, please see Mr. Delaney in room 112 this week.

·            All new mentors are asked to stop by Mrs. Teed’s room at point today.

·            There will be a vocal ensemble practice at 12:00 in the auditorium today.  This replaces the band practice on the schedule.  All performers are asked to arrive at 5:30 pm to warm up.

·            Harrison Trimble’s annual Spring Concert is TONIGHT!  The doors open at 6:00, and the show begins at 6:30 pm.  Admission is by free will donation.  Come out and support your fellow Trojans, who have been rehearsing for months.

·            Hey Grad Dragon Boat Team!  Our t-shirts are arriving today.  Check with Mrs. Petersen sometime today for details.

·            SALT meeting today at the start of lunch in room 331.  See Mr. Binet if you cannot attend.

·            For graduates who are planning to take a non HTHS student to prom, you must sign the sheet in the office by Friday.  One guest per graduate.

·            The following Scholarships are quickly coming due:

    • Ian Fowler Memorial Scholarship – May 31st
    • Friends of the Trojans Scholarship – June 1st

The applications can be found on the website and all of the completed applications must be submitted to Ms. Babineau in guidance.  If you cannot find Ms. Babineau in person, please do not hesitate to slip your application, in an envelope, under her door.

 

May 30
Daily Announcements

·            Mentors are reminded to get their consent forms in by 3:25 pm today.  Also, please be here on Thursday morning at 8:30 am.

·            SALT meeting on Wednesday at the start of lunch in room 331.  See Mr. Binet if you cannot attend.

·            For graduates who are planning to take a non HTHS student to prom, you must sign the sheet in the office by Friday.  One guest per graduate.

·            Harrison Trimble’s Spring Concert will be tomorrow, Wednesday, May 31st, at 6:30 pm.  Come out and see a full program of talented students!

·            The following Scholarships are quickly coming due:

    • Ian Fowler Memorial Scholarship – May 31st
    • Friends of the Trojans Scholarship – June 1st

The applications can be found on the website and all of the completed applications must be submitted to Ms. Babineau in guidance.  If you cannot find Ms. Babineau in person, please do not hesitate to slip your application, in an envelope, under her door.

 

May 29
Daily Announcements

·            Rugby Men:  The Rugby Guys are a little heartbroken today after losing in the final play of the game in the Provincial Semi-Finals yesterday.  We would like to applaud the men for showing such honour in defeat.  HT rugby thanks Mr. Melanson, Miss Sinclair and our administrators for all their help with our rugby program this season.

·            For graduates who are planning to take a non HTHS student to prom, you must sign the sheet in the office by Friday.  One guest per graduate.

·            There is new swag in the Trend Shop.

·            There is a rehearsal for Skyfall in the auditorium at lunch today.  Be ready at 12:00.

·            Vocal ensemble meets at 3:30 in the auditorium.

·            There is a very important meeting for all new mentors today at 11:45 in Mrs. Teed’s room.  Please be on time – it won’t be long.

·            Harrison Trimble’s Spring Concert will be on Wednesday, May 31st at 6:30 pm.  Come out and see a full program of talented students!

·            The following Scholarships are quickly coming due:

    • Jeff Barnes Memorial Scholarship – May 29th
    • Ian Fowler Memorial Scholarship – May 31st
    • Friends of the Trojans Scholarship – June 1st

The applications can be found on the website and all of the completed applications must be submitted to Ms. Babineau in guidance.  If you cannot find Ms. Babineau in person, please do not hesitate to slip your application, in an envelope, under her door.

 

May 25
Daily Announcements

·            Harrison Trimble’s Spring Concert will be next Wednesday, May 31st at 6:30 pm.  Come out and see a full program of talented students!

·            Hey Grad Dragon Boat Team!  Please see Mrs. Petersen ASAP for your forms.  There will be a Sunday practice at 9:45 am on Jones Lake.

·            Vocal Ensemble meets today at lunch.

·            Concert Band meets today after school.

·            The following Scholarships are quickly coming due:

    • Jeff Barnes Memorial Scholarship – May 29th
    • Ian Fowler Memorial Scholarship – May 31st
    • Friends of the Trojans Scholarship – June 1st

The applications can be found on the website and all of the completed applications must be submitted to Ms. Babineau in guidance.  If you cannot find Ms. Babineau in person, please do not hesitate to slip your application, in an envelope, under her door.

 

May 24
Daily Announcements

·            Harrison Trimble’s Spring Concert will be next Wednesday, May 30th at 6:30 pm.  Come out and see a full program of talented students!

·            There will be a HUGE bake sale today in the lobby to support the Staff Dragon Boat Team.

·            Today is the last day for KD Wednesday for this school year.

·            All members of period 4 voice class are asked to join the band in the music room at 12:00 for an important rehearsal.

·            Vocal ensemble meets after school today.

 

May 23
Daily Announcements

·            Congratulations to the rugby men who had an undefeated regular season.  They now wait to find out what team they will meet from the West.  Good luck in the Provincial Semi Finals.

·            There is a vocal ensemble practice today at lunch.

·            Band practice is after school today.

·            Rehearsal for the grad band will be during advisory today.

·            All music performers are asked to check the schedules posted in the music room.

·            Harrison Trimble’s Spring Concert will be next Thursday, May 31 at 6:30 pm.  Come out and see a full program of talented students!

·            All students from The Final Goodbye and You’re Driving Me Crazy who are not rehearsing with vocal ensemble today at lunch are expected to be in the auditorium at 11:45 am today to help clean up the dressing rooms.

·            There will be a bake sale today in the lobby to support the Staff Dragon Boat Team.

·            Does manga interest you?  Drop by room 220 and check it out.

 

May 17
Daily Announcements

·         Mens Rugby – The men are still undefeated earning a victory over RHS last evening.  Man of the match goes to TK for his outstanding effort on the wing.

·         The Trojan Field Lacrosse team will be playing BMHS on Friday, May 19th at 7:45 pm at Rocky Stone field.  This game will be televised by Rogers Community TV and the team would like to see as many fans as possible in there.  Rogers has scheduled interviews with a couple of our players and coaches.

·         A reminder of the 48th Annual HTHS Teacher’s Variety Show tomorrow (Thursday) at 12:45 pm.

·         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 tonight, 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 at the door.  Hope to see you there!

·         Metro Mudcats midget and jr. baseball is offering midget rec baseball this year.  Anyone interested should register at metromudcats.com ASAP.

·         On Thursday, May 18th at 6:30 pm in the Harrison Trimble auditorium, there will be a presentation for students, parents and guardians on financial assistance for full-time post-secondary students.  An educational advisor from the department of post-secondary education training and labour will present and be available to answer any questions.  This presentation is open to all schools.

 

May 16
Daily Announcements

·         FEES -  There are a number of student who still owe fees for this year and previous years.  Students in 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 tonight, 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 at the door.  Hope to see you there!

·         Metro Mudcats midget and jr. baseball is offering midget rec baseball this year.  Anyone interested should register at metromudcats.com ASAP.

·         On Thursday, May 18th at 6:30 pm in the Harrison Trimble auditorium, there will be a presentation for students, parents and guardians on financial assistance for full-time post-secondary students.  An educational advisor from the department of post-secondary education training and labour will present and be available to answer any questions.  This presentation is open to all schools.

·         Mens Rugby – The men play tonight at home against RHS.  Kick off is a 5:00 pm.

·         Grads Dragon Boat Team -  Please see Mrs. Petersen during Period 1.

 

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.

 

May 10
Daily Announcements

·         Mr. MacPhail’s Grade 11 Cul Tech classes are in the classroom today.  The Grade 12 class will be in the lab today.

·         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.

·         Can the varsity girl’s volleyball team please go to Mr. Brigg’s room for a very quick meeting immediately following period one.

·         The boys rugby team went to Chatham yesterday and remain undefeated.  Huzzar’s great rucking and beautiful kicking helped the effort.  Man of the match goes to Aw-med who played his first rugby game.  Well done men!

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

·         Sr. Boys Soccer players who ordered team warm up pants, please see Mr. Delaney in Room 112 when you can.

·         There will be a mandatory girls rugby meeting today at 11:45.

·         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.

·         The final song nominations are due today.  The small group of grads will meet tomorrow for 10 minutes right at the lunch bell.

·         Anglophone East’s District concert is being hosted by BMHS tonight at 6:30.  It’s free to attend.  Both our choir and band will perform as well as performances from MHS and RHS high schools.

·         Anyone interested in becoming an HTHS Mentor should attend the meeting in Mrs. Teed’s room (214) today at 11:40.  It will not be long – you will have time to eat your lunch after the meeting.  If you cannot attend, please see Mrs. Teed ASAP for an application form.

·         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.

 

May 09
Daily Announcements

·         Anyone interested in becoming an HTHS Mentor should attend the meeting in Mrs. Teed’s room (214) Wednesday at 11:40.  It will not be long – you will have time to eat your lunch after the meeting.  If you cannot attend, please see Mrs. Teed ASAP for an application form.

·         Harrison Trimble Drama is very excited to announce a performance of our two plays, You’re Driving Me Crazy and The Final Goodbye, which was written and directed by two of our grads.  The performance will be on Tuesday, May 16th at 7:00 pm in our auditorium.  Tickets are available in our main office and our school website.  It’s sure to be a great night of comedy and horror, so we hope you can come support us!

·         Bake Sale today at 12:00 noon.  Support the Staff Dragon Boat team.

·         Any entrepreneurship students in Mr. Reinder’s and Mrs. Stewart’s classes who are interested in going on today’s field trip should see Mr. Stewart in the office immediately following announcements.

·         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.

·         NBCC will be holding Sector Days on May 10th in the areas of:

-        Engineering Technology

-       Hospitality Information Technology

-       Metals and Building Construction Trades

-       Business and Office

If you are interested in learning more about NBCC, please see the website or guidance to sign up.  This event is for current grade 12 students only.

·         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.

 

May 08
Daily Announcements

·         Huge Congratulations to the varsity girls’ volleyball team for their big win last Thursday against BMHS.  The game went to a third set and the Trojans won 16-14.  The girls have clenched second place in the league and will be heading to regionals this weekend.  Thank you to everyone who came out.  You all made the girl’s last home game a very memorable one.  The atmosphere was amazing!

·         Men’s Rugby:  Your rugby men tore down Riverview 45-5.  Huzzar went 7 to 7 on glorious kicks.  Congratulations to rookie rugby players Mohammad and Ott-man who were awarded Man-of-the-Match.

·         Attention Choir Members:  There is a brief but important practice for sopranos and altos in “Na Na Na” at 12:15 today.

·         Congratulations to Justin Shannon and Brody Fall for making the Canada Games wrestling team.  We are very proud of you!

·         Reminder about Dress Code.  We expect our students to dress appropriately for school each day.

·         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.

·         NBCC will be holding Sector Days on May 10th in the areas of:

-        Engineering Technology

-       Hospitality Information Technology

-       Metals and Building Construction Trades

-       Business and Office

If you are interested in learning more about NBCC, please see the website or guidance to sign up.  This event is for current grade 12 students only.

·         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.

 

May 04
Daily Announcements

·         Mrs. Simmonds would like to extend a heartfelt and sincere thank you to Noah Graves, Emma McMillan, Meghan Smith, Cassidie Van Wart, Justin Wojick, Abbie Dingee, Abby MacMillan and James MacDonald for their help with last night’s Mental Health Symposium.  As always, without all of you, things would not run smoothly.

·         Mrs. Dominie has a brief meeting during guided study for the grads who signed up to sing in the speciality song for graduation.

·         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.

·         There will be an important SALT meeting in Mr. Binet’s room, 331, at 11:45 today!  If you cannot attend, please see him.

·         NBCC will be holding Sector Days on May 10th in the areas of:

-        Engineering Technology

-       Hospitality Information Technology

-       Metals and Building Construction Trades

-       Business and Office

If you are interested in learning more about NBCC, please see the website or guidance to sign up.  This event is for current grade 12 students only.

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

·         Grad song nominations are due today.  Voting will take place on Monday in home room.  Those performing the specialty song will meeting with Mrs. Dominie during Friday’s homeroom.

 

May 03
Daily Announcements

·         There will be an important SALT meeting in Mr. Binet’s room, 331, at 11:45 tomorrow!  If you cannot attend, please see him.

·         Would all members of Ms. Simmond’s Mental Health Advocacy Group please meet in the library now for a very short meeting.

·         The rehearsal for “You’re Driving Me Crazy” will begin at 3:30 pm today in Ms. Loewen’s room.  We will go until about 6:30 pm.

·         NBCC will be holding Sector Days on May 10th in the areas of:

-        Engineering Technology

-       Hospitality Information Technology

-       Metals and Building Construction Trades

-       Business and Office

If you are interested in learning more about NBCC, please see the website or guidance to sign up.  This event is for current grade 12 students only.

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

·         Grad song nominations are due by tomorrow.  Voting will take place on Monday on Monday in home room.  Those performing the specialty song will meeting with Mrs. Dominie during Friday’s homeroom.

 

May 02
Daily Announcements

·         NBCC will be holding Sector Days on May 10th in the areas of:

-        Engineering Technology

-       Hospitality Information Technology

-       Metals and Building Construction Trades

-       Business and Office

If you are interested in learning more about NBCC, please see the website or guidance to sign up.  This event is for current grade 12 students only.

·         A huge congratulations to all those involved in the Human Library!  We are so proud of all of you!

·         Congrats to the girls rugby team with their first win of the season defeating James M. Hill of Miramichi 27-10.  Scoring for the Trojans was Karlie Rheaume with three tries, Kiara Reid and Kisa Storey with one a piece and Courtney Daigle with a convert.  More rugby action tonight with the first ever NBIAA 7s games here at HTHS.  Games start at 6:00 pm.

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

·         Grad song nominations are due by this Thursday.  Voting will take place on Monday on Monday in home room.  Those performing the specialty song will meeting with Mrs. Dominie during Friday’s homeroom.

 

May 01
Daily Announcements

·         Grads, keep the grad song nominations coming in.  You have until Thursday, May 4th.  You will vote in your homerooms on May 8th.

·         The rugby teams thank the fans who came out to support their games and for the lovely pep rally.

·         On Friday the rugby men gained a victory over James M. Hill.  Man of the match goes to rookies and rugby newcomers Juan Pablo and Yagiz, who scored their first trys.  Well done ruggers.

·         The library is closed today, including lunch.

·         Prom Committee meeting tomorrow.

 

April 27
Daily Announcements

·         DRESS CODE, DRESS CODE, DRESS CODE – Let’s not forget about the dress code.  Off the shoulder tops and dresses need to be covered up with a sweater please Gentlemen – Let’s watch those cut-off shirts.  Thanks everyone!

·         Grads, keep the grad song nominations coming in.  You have until next Thursday, May 4th.  You will vote in your homerooms on May 8th.

·         There will be a quick meeting for all returning Senior Girls Basketball players in Mr. McKillop’s room at 11:40.  All players must attend.

·         There will be an important meeting for all students participating in Monday’s Human Library during guided study today.  Please meet in room 315.

·         Girls Rugby Home Opener vs. RHS tonight at 5:00.

·         Prom Committee meeting is cancelled for today.  See you Tuesday!

 

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