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January 19
January 19, 2018

 

Announcements

January 19, 2018

 

•Next week is evaluation week. It is your responsibility to know your exam schedule. If you are absent for an exam, you must provide a doctor’s note. It is up to the administration as to whether you will be permitted an opportunity to reschedule.

 

•If there is a storm day, the exam schedule moves ahead one day. For exam, Monday’s exams move to Tuesdays, Tuesdays to Wed. and so on. Make sure all your studying material is home with you as you will not be permitted back in the school if there is a storm. There will be no exceptions.

 

•Also note that there will be no cafeteria services next week and busses will be running at regular times. You will not be permitted to roam the halls after exams.

 

•There will be an information meeting for any girls interested in playing rugby this spring today at 12:30pm in the gym. If you can’t make it please see Miss Sinclair in room 110.

 

•The end of the semester is near, and so is the first term, 1,000,000 page reading challenge. If you are a 12th grade students (or anyone else in the school) who is not currently in an English class, but have read this past semester, please see Mr DeVito sometime this week about having your pages read included into our total.

 

•Anyone interested in showing off their mad skills in the upcoming Anglophone East School District chess tournament needs to see Mr. Renaud in room 227 today at the beginning of lunch.

 

•SC would like to wish everyone good luck on their exams and we will see you all next semester!

 

 

 

December 12
Announcements December 12, 2017

•A reminder to all grads that grad quotes and baby pictures are due December 15th, so pick up an application outside the trend shop!

 

•Jostens will be holding a graduation ring order day today during lunch hour.  Catalogs can be picked up at the Main Office. 

 

•Formal tickets are on sale outside of the main office. They will be sold every day at lunch from 12:20-12:40. Tickets will NOT be sold after 12:40!!  Cost is $10 for students. Students MUST show this year’s student ID in order to purchase a ticket. Formal is Thursday from 7-10pm!!

 

•Today is the annual cardboard arcade!! At lunch come out and play games made entirely of cardboard! Each play of a game is 25 cents but for 2$ you can buy a fun pass which gets you 10 plays! A reminder for students that the lobby will be closed from 8am to lunch for the cardboard arcade. If you have a class in the gym you can quickly walk in.

 

•Wednesday will be musical chairs in the cafeteria at 12:50!!

 

•Two new styles of hoodies are now available in the Trend Shop. All sizes are available. Get them while available.

 

•NELB will be selling baked goods at lunch hour during the cardboard arcade.  Come support us!!

 

•Do you like chocolate???  SEE AN ELF to purchase a ticket to win.

$1 for 1 ticket or $3 for 5.  We are giving you a chance at 3 prizes

1. Mrs Gingras’ AMAZING cheesecake (Oreo crust, triple chocolate cheesecake with a drizzle of milk chocolate on top)

2. Large Godiva chocolate basket

3. Medium Godiva chocolate basket

1st ticket drawn will get first choice of prize and so on…The draw will be held during the Christmas Assembly on December 22nd. You need to be present in order to win!!!  So be there or be square!! Thank you for supporting NELB!

 

•There will be a brief but important meeting for SC and grade reps today (Tuesday) at 12:20 in Mrs. Teed’s room.

 

•The Christmas concert planning team meets today at the start of lunch. Vocal Ensemble meets at 12:45 in the auditorium.

 

•The annual Christmas Concert is tomorrow night! Come and hear a collection of seasonal favourites played by our skilled musicians. Concert begins at 7:00 p.m. and admission is by free will donation. There will be a canteen for snacks and a 50-50 draw to support the music department.

 

•Christmas door decoration starts today! Rubrics should be in all homeroom teacher’s mailboxes by tomorrow morning! Judging will be Thursday December 21st! The winner will be announced at the Christmas assembly!

 

December 11
Announcements December 11, 2017

 

·         A reminder to all grads that grad quotes and baby pictures are due December 15th, so pick up an application outside the trend shop!

 

·         Attention Grade 12 Students: Order your graduation ring now and wear it for the rest of your graduating year!  Jostens will be holding a graduation ring order day on Tuesday, December 12 during lunch hour.  Catalogs can be picked up at the Main Office. 

 

·         Formal tickets will go on today outside of the Guidance office. They will be sold every day at lunch from 12:20-12:40. Cost is $10 for students and $15 for guests. Guest passes must be obtained by Monday, December 11 through Mrs VanWart. Students MUST show this year’s student ID in order to purchase a ticket.

 

·         There is a boys hockey game tonight at 7:45 at the 4 plex against ODC! Come out and cheer on the boys!

 

·         Tuesday is the annual cardboard arcade!! At lunch come out and play games made entirely of cardboard! Each play of a game is 25 cents but for 2$ you can buy a fun pass which gets you 10 plays!

 

·         Wednesday will be musical chairs in the cafeteria at 12:50!!

 

·         No Elf Left Behind is auctioning off one of Mrs. Gingras's famous cheesecakes! Tickets are $1 each or $3 for 5 tickets! See a member of NELB or Mme Martin to buy tickets!! The draw will be at the Christmas assembly!

 

·         Trimble’s annual Christmas concert is Wednesday, December 13th at 7:00 p.m. Admission is by donation. Come hear holiday favourites and more performed by Trimble’s finest musical groups.

 

·         There is a practice at lunch today for all concert band members, and a practice after school for all Vocal Ensemble members.

·         Congratulations to Kate Weldon for her great races at the NBIAA Swim Provincials in Fredericton.  Kate had several personal best times in her races.  Great work Kate.

 

·         Grad clothing can be picked up today at lunch in Mrs. Petersen’s room 102.

 

December 08
Announcements December 8, 2017

 

·         A reminder to all grads that grad quotes and baby pictures are due December 15th, so pick up an application outside the trend shop!

 

·         Attention Grade 12 Students: Order your graduation ring now and wear it for the rest of your graduating year!  Jostens will be holding a graduation ring order day on Tuesday, December 12 during lunch hour.  Catalogs can be picked up at the Main Office. 

 

·         Formal tickets will go on today outside of the Guidance office. They will be sold every day at lunch from 12:20-12:40. Cost is $10 for students and $15 for guests. Guest passes must be obtained by Monday, December 11 through Mrs VanWart. Students MUST show this year’s student ID in order to purchase a ticket.

 

·         Come on out next week on Tuesday, December 12th at lunch hour to the Cardboard Arcade!  Taking place in the lobby and the clear story, there’s tons of handmade games built by your own fellow Trojans for you and your friends to enjoy!  Twenty-five cents a ticket or pay $2 for a fun pass which will get you 10 plays.  You don’t want to miss out!

 

·         No Elf Left Behind is auctioning off one of Mrs. Gingras's famous cheesecakes! Tickets are $1 each or $3 for 5 tickets! See a member of NELB or Mme Martin to buy tickets!! The draw will be at the Christmas assembly!

 

·         Chef Peter will be in the cafeteria today serving up Festive Turkey Dinner: $8.00 with Chef Peter’s double-fudge brownie and milk $8.05 with dessert and chocolate milk.

 

·         Trimble’s annual Christmas concert is Wednesday, December 13th at 7:00 p.m. Admission is by donation. Come hear holiday favourites and more performed by Trimble’s finest musical groups.

 

·         Good luck to Kate Weldon who will be representing HTHS this weekend at the high school swim provincials in Fredericton.

 

·         The Christmas concert planning committee will meet at the start of lunch today.

 

·         There is a sectional for vocal ensemble baritones in the music room at 12:50.

 

·         Are you wondering what to do from 7:00-9:00 p.m. next Wednesday? Come to the HTHS Christmas concert! There will be many seasonal favourite tunes by all of our performing groups. Admission is pay-what-you-can.

 

December 07
Announcements December 7, 2017

·         A reminder to all grads that grad quotes and baby pictures are due December 15th, so pick up an application outside the trend shop!

 

·         Attention Grade 12 Students: Order your graduation ring now and wear it for the rest of your graduating year!  Jostens will be holding a graduation ring order day on Tuesday, December 12 during lunch hour.  Catalogs can be picked up at the Main Office. 

 

·         The boys basketball spirit game is on Friday! Make sure to bring in $2 because if not you will not be able to attend!

 

·         Formal tickets will go on today outside of the Guidance office. They will be sold every day at lunch from 12:20-12:40. Cost is $10 for students and $15 for guests. Guest passes must be obtained by Monday, December 11 through Mrs VanWart. Students MUST show this year’s student ID in order to purchase a ticket.

 

·         Come on out next week on Tuesday, December 12th at lunch hour to the Cardboard Arcade!  Taking place in the lobby and the clear story, there’s tons of handmade games built by your own fellow Trojans for you and your friends to enjoy!  Twenty-five cents a ticket or pay $2 for a fun pass which will get you 10 plays.  You don’t want to miss out!

 

·         No Elf Left Behind is auctioning off one of Mrs. Gingras's famous cheesecakes! Tickets are $1 each or $3 for 5 tickets! See a member of NELB or Mme Martin to buy tickets!! The draw will be at the Christmas assembly!

 

·         There will be a bake sale in the lobby at lunch in support of No Elf Left Behind...Mrs. Gingras baked Brownies…Mmmmm

 

·         Chef Peter will be in the cafeteria on Thursday and Friday serving up Festive Turkey Dinner: $8.00 with Chef Peter’s double-fudge brownie and milk $8.05 with dessert and chocolate milk.

 

·         Any members of music groups that have not picked up their shirts, please come to the music room at either the start of lunch or right after 5th period.

 

·         There is a sectional practice for vocal ensemble sopranos and altos today at 12:45 in the keyboard room.

 

·         Concert band meets today after school.

 

·         Trimble’s annual Christmas concert is Wednesday, December 13th at 7:00 p.m. Admission is by donation. Come hear holiday favourites and more performed by Trimble’s finest musical groups.

 

December 06
Announcements December 6, 2017

 

·         A reminder to all grads that grad quotes and baby pictures are due December 15th, so pick up an application outside the trend shop!

 

·         Attention Grade 12 Students: Order your graduation ring now and wear it for the rest of your graduating year!  Jostens will be holding a graduation ring order day on Tuesday, December 12 during lunch hour.  Catalogs can be picked up at the Main Office. 

 

·         The boys basketball spirit game is on Friday! Make sure to bring in $2 because if not you will not be able to attend!

 

·         The girls basketball team takes on Moncton High tonight at 6:15 here at HTHS! Come out and support the girls!!!

 

·         Grad clothing is in. If you have paid in full online or have cash to pay in full come down to Mrs. Petersen’s Room 104 at lunch to pick up your clothes

 

·         Formal tickets will go on sale this Thursday outside the office. They will be sold every day at lunch from 12:20-12:40. Cost is $10 for students and $15 for guests. Guest passes must be obtained by Monday, December 11 through Mrs VanWart. Students MUST show this year’s student ID in order to purchase a ticket.

 

·         Come on out next week on Tuesday, December 12th at lunch hour to the Cardboard Arcade!  Taking place in the lobby and the clear story, there’s tons of handmade games built by your own fellow Trojans for you and your friends to enjoy!  Twenty-five cents a ticket or pay $2 for a fun pass which will get you 10 plays.  You don’t want to miss out!

 

·         No Elf Left Behind is auctioning off one of Mrs. Gingras's famous cheesecakes! Tickets are $1 or $3 for 5! See a member of NELB or Mme Martin to buy tickets!! The draw will be at the Christmas assembly!

 

·         Band and choir members that ordered shirts can pick them up right after school. 

 

·         Concert band 12:45 in auditorium.

 

·         Vocal Ensemble after school.

 

·         The annual HTHS Christmas concert is one week from today! There will be performances by all of our school’s music groups, including many favourite seasonal tunes. Admission is by free will donation, and the show starts at 7:00 p.m. Come out and support your fellow Trojans!

 

 

 

December 05
Announcements December 8, 2017

·         A reminder to all grads that grad quotes and baby pictures are due December 15th, so pick up an application outside the trend shop!

 

·         Grad clothing will be here early next week. Get your payments in so you can pick up your clothes

 

·         Make sure to bring in your Boston Pizza receipts because we get 10% back

 

·         The Winter Project has officially been launched! There will be fundraisers to raise money for the homeless around the community as well as a coat rack set up in the lobby for clothing donations. Please bring your old winter coats or accessories such as hats, scarves, mittens etc. If you can donate, leave a coat, and if you need, take a coat! The remainder will be donated to the homeless. Keep your ears open for future chances to donate and bring in your old winter jackets!

 

·         Attention Grade 12 Students: Order your graduation ring now and wear it for the rest of your graduating year!  Jostens will be holding a graduation ring order day on Tuesday, December 12 during lunch hour.  Catalogs can be picked up at the Main Office. 

 

·         The boys basketball spirit game is on Friday! Make sure to bring in $2 because if not you will not be able to attend!

 

·         Congrats to the boys hockey team for their win last night!

 

·         There will be Hat Day on Wednesday in support of No Elf Left Behind.  Pay $1 to your first period teacher.

 

·         There is a rehearsal for all Vocal Ensemble members today at lunch in the theatre.

 

·         A reminder to all students that this year’s student ID card will need to be shown in order to purchase a formal ticket. Tickets will be going on sale soon.  Guest tickets will available through Mrs. Van Wart. The cost will be $15.00.  A valid student ID card will need to be shown as well in order to purchase a ticket.

 

·         Come on out next week on Tuesday, December 12th at lunch hour to the Cardboard Arcade!  Taking place in the lobby and the clear story, there’s tons of handmade games built by your own fellow Trojans for you and your friends to enjoy!  Twenty-five cents a ticket or pay $2 for a fun pass which will get you 10 plays.  You don’t want to miss out!

 

·         No Elf Left Behind is auctioning off one of Mrs. Gingras's famous cheesecakes! Tickets are $1 or $3 for 5! See a member of NELB or Mme Martin to buy tickets!! The draw will be at the Christmas assembly!

 

November 30
Announcements November 30, 2017

·         The cafeteria is still closed for the second half of lunch today with the exception of those needing to make purchases or to retrieve things from their lockers. 

 

·         Planning is now underway for our annual Christmas Assembly.  If you would like a spot in that assembly, please see Ms. MacDonald in

·         Room 114 sometime this week.

 

·         A reminder to all grads that grad quotes and baby pictures are due December 15th, so pick up an application outside the trend shop!

 

·         Grad clothing will be here early next week. Get your payments in so you can pick up your clothes

 

·         Make sure to bring in your Boston Pizza receipts because we get 10% back

 

·         The Winter Project has officially been launched! There will be fundraisers to raise money for the homeless around the community as well as a coat rack set up in the lobby for clothing donations. Please bring your old winter coats or accessories such as hats, scarves, mittens etc. If you can donate, leave a coat, and if you need, take a coat! The remainder will be donated to the homeless. Keep your ears open for future chances to donate and bring in your old winter jackets!

 

·         There is a full Vocal Ensemble rehearsal in the auditorium today at 12:45.

 

·         Band meets after school in the auditorium.

 

·         All students are asked to PLEASE have your parents sign the “bring your own device” sheet because all of us want wifi.

 

·         There is a bake sale in the lobby at lunch and it will be set up during the spirit game! All the proceeds will go to No Elf Left Behind !!

 

 

November 29
Announcements November 29, 2017

·         Planning is now underway for our annual Christmas Assembly.  If you would like a spot in that assembly, please see Ms. MacDonald in room 114 sometime this week.

 

·         A reminder to all grads that grad quotes and baby pictures are due December 15th, so pick up an application outside the trend shop!

 

·         There will be a Grad breakfast Thursday 7:30am at Jeans Restaurant. Sign- up sheet will be outside the SC office.

 

·         Grad clothing will be here early next week. Get your payments in so you can pick up your clothes

 

·         Make sure to bring in your Boston Pizza receipts because we get 10% back

 

·         The Winter Project has officially been launched! There will be fundraisers to raise money for the homeless around the community as well as a coat rack set up in the lobby for clothing donations. Please bring your old winter coats or accessories such as hats, scarves, mittens etc. If you can donate, leave a coat, and if you need, take a coat! The remainder will be donated to the homeless. Keep your ears open for future chances to donate and bring in your old winter jackets!

 

·         The girl’s basketball spirit game is Thursday! Make sure to bring in 2$ because if not you will not be able to attend!

 

·         The girls hoop classic tournament starts today!! The girls play vs RHS at 7:30 here at HTHS come out and support the girls!

 

·         Meeting for NELB at the beginning of lunch today in Room 204.

 

·         There is a concert band practice at lunch in the auditorium. Please be ready to play at 12:45 sharp.

 

·         Vocal Ensemble has a full practice after school today in the auditorium.

 

November 28
Announcements November 28, 2017

·         Garbage remains to be a problem both in the cafeteria and the hallways. If the areas do not get cleaned up, areas will be blocked off.

 

·         Vocal Ensemble sectionals for sopranos and altos will be today at 12:45 in the keyboard room.

 

·         Planning is now underway for our annual Christmas Assembly.  If you would like a spot in that assembly, please see Ms. MacDonald in room 114 sometime this week.

 

·         On Tuesday, hot chocolate will be sold in front of the SC office for 1$. All the proceeds will be going towards the homeless in our community!

 

·         A reminder to all grads that grad quotes and baby pictures are due December 15th, so pick up an application outside the trend shop!

 

·         There will be a Grad breakfast Thursday 7:30am at Jeans Restaurant. Sign- up sheet will be outside the SC office.

 

·         Grad clothing will be here early next week. Get your payments in so you can pick up your clothes

 

·         Make sure to bring in your Boston Pizza receipts because we get 10% back

 

·         The Winter Project has officially been launched! There will be fundraisers to raise money for the homeless around the community as well as a coat rack set up in the lobby for clothing donations. Please bring your old winter coats or accessories such as hats, scarves, mittens etc. If you can donate, leave a coat, and if you need, take a coat! The remainder will be donated to the homeless. Keep your ears open for future chances to donate and bring in your old winter jackets!

 

·         Thank you to everyone that came out to the spirit game last night the Boys won 8-1.

 

·         The girl’s basketball spirit game is Thursday! Make sure to bring in 2$ because if not you will not be able to attend!

 

 

November 27
Announcements November 27, 2017

 

·         The Winter Project has officially been launched! There will be fundraisers to raise money for the homeless around the community as well as a coat rack set up in the lobby for clothing donations. Please bring your old winter coats or accessories such as hats, scarves, mittens etc. If you can donate, leave a coat, and if in need, take a coat! The remainder will be donated to the homeless. Keep your ears open for future chances to donate and bring in your old winter jackets!

 

·         Saint Mary’s University will be holding an Information Session on Monday Nov. 27th at 7:00pm at the Crowne Plaza in Moncton. Students will be able to learn about the university’s programs and campus life, win prizes, and apply for free with admission on the spot. The Director of Student Services will be a special guest at the event. Students are encouraged to register for the event at smu.ca/events.

 

·         The YAMH (Youth in Action for Mental Health) group will be meeting Monday, November 27th during period 4 in Room 209.

 

·         There will be a short meeting for any students interested to learn more about the Iceland Science Discovery/Trip - March 2019. Do you want to visit geyser, inactive volcano, the Blue Lagoon, and much more? You need to make sure to be attending the short meeting in room 104 at the start of lunch today (if you can't make it - let Mme O'Brien know by talking to her between classes today).

 

·         Congratulations to the members of the HTHS Swim Team who competed at regionals on Friday.  All of the swimmers achieved personal best times and they showed great Trojan spirit by cheering on their teammates.  Great work everyone.

 

·         Planning is now underway for our annual Christmas Assembly.  If you would like a spot in that assembly, please see Ms. MacDonald in room 114 sometime this week.

 

·         Members of music ensembles should be constantly checking the music whiteboard for rehearsal times. There is a practice for tenors and basses (pronounced “bases”, like in baseball) today in the keyboard room at 12:50.  There is a meeting for all members of the Christmas Concert Planning Committee today at the start of lunch.

 

·         Ms Stokes and Mr Cormier are beyond proud of the amazing talent, spirit and dedication that was put on display this weekend at Moncton’s annual Christmas parade.  HTHS was awarded first place in the “high school” category and BEST overall float!  We would like to say a huge thank you to all of the amazing students who worked countless hours on float preparations and set-up.  Your hard work and creativity is so appreciated.  A special shout-out to Mrs. Doucet, Mme Hebert, Mr. Flanagan, Mr. Dubuc and Mr. Brockbank for all of their help, motivation and moral support!  Trojan spirit is the best spirit!  Go Trojans!!

 

·         On Tuesday, hot chocolate will be sold in front of the sc office for 1$. All the proceeds will be going towards the homeless in our community!

 

·         Tonight will be the boys hockey spirit game!!! It will be at the 4plex at 7:45 versus BMHS! Admission is 3$!

 

·         The HTHS Christmas float won BEST overall float of the parade and the best float out of all the high schools! A big thank you goes out to the float committee and especially Ms Stokes and Mr Cormier for all their hard work!

 

·         A reminder to all grads that grad quotes and baby pictures are due December 15th, so pick up an application outside the trend shop!

 

November 22
Announcements November 22, 2017

 

·         The Christmas parade committee will be meeting at the beginning of lunch today to discuss the parade.  We will also meet after school to continue painting.  Mme Stokes & Mr. Cormier would like to thank all of the students who have helped out for their hard work so far.  Keep it up! J

 

·         The Winter Project has officially been launched! There will be fundraisers to raise money for the homeless around the community as well as a coat rack set up in the lobby for clothing donations. Please bring your old winter coats or accessories such as hats, scarves, mittens etc. If you can donate, leave a coat, and if in need, take a coat! The remainder will be donated to the homeless. Keep your ears open for future chances to donate and bring in your old winter jackets!

 

·         Thursday will be karaoke!!

 

·         The boys basketball team has a game against ODC tonight at 8pm here at Trimble!! Come out and support the boys!

 

·         A reminder to all members of voice class and concert band of the joint rehearsal at 12:45 in the theatre.

 

·         Vocal Ensemble meets after school in the theatre. This is a mandatory practice for anyone who wishes to perform in Friday’s assembly.

 

 

 

November 21
Announcements November 21, 2017

·         The Christmas parade committee will be meeting every day after school this week to finish decorations. 

 

·         Vocal Ensemble altos and tenors rehearse today at 12:45 in the music room.

 

·         Mr. Snelgrove is looking for the school oboe. If anyone knows its whereabouts, can you please see Mr. Snelgrove as soon as possible.

 

·         Oulton’s College will be set up in the lobby at lunch.  They will have a booth to offer information to students and they will be doing free on the spot admissions.  Stop by in the lobby today at lunch!

 

·         The Winter Project has officially been launched! There will be fundraisers to raise money for the homeless around the community as well as a coat rack set up in the lobby for clothing donations. Please bring your old winter coats or accessories such as hats, scarves, mittens etc. If you can donate, leave a coat, and if in need, take a coat! The remainder will be donated to the homeless. Keep your ears open for future chances to donate and bring in your old winter jackets!

 

·         Thursday will be karaoke!!

 

 

 

November 20
Announcements November 20, 2017

 

·         All reader scribes are required to attend WIN Block next Tuesday, November 21, in room 311 for an information session on the roll out of the program.

 

·         All members of music groups are asked to check the whiteboard outside the music hallway for practice times. There is a rehearsal today in the keyboard room for vocal ensemble sopranos and basses.

 

·         The boys hockey team takes on LJR tonight at 7:30 at the 4plex! Admission is 3$! Come on out and support the boys!

 

·         The Winter Project has officially been launched! There will be fundraisers to raise money for the homeless around the community as well as a coat rack set up in the lobby for clothing donations. Please bring your old winter coats or accessories such as hats, scarves, mittens etc. If you can donate, leave a coat, and if in need, take a coat! The remainder will be donated to the homeless. Keep your ears open for future chances to donate and bring in your old winter jackets!

 

·         Thursday will be karaoke!!

 

 

November 17
Announcements November 17, 2017

 

•             All football players are asked to see Mrs. Teed in room 214 by the end of today.

 

•             All cheerleaders and football players must bring their Krispy Kreme money and orders to Mrs. Teed in room 214 today.

 

•             Thank you to everyone that came out to Chapters night!!

 

•             All reader scribes are required to attend WIN Block next Tuesday, November 21, in room 311 for an information session on the roll out of the program.

 

November 16
Announcements November 16, 2017

 

•             The Christmas parade will be meeting in Room 201 today, November 16th at the beginning of lunch.  Anyone who can stay after school this week to begin painting would be greatly appreciated.

 

•             Cheer tryouts for the competitive season will be in the gym today, November 16 from 5:30-7:15. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

 

•             There will be a meeting at 12:30 today in Room 204 for No Elf Left Behind (NELB) for anyone interested in joining.

 

•             There will be a brief meeting at the beginning of lunch (12:20pm) in room 214 (Ms. Teed's room). All grade reps and student council must attend.

 

•             There will be concert band rehearsal at 3:30 in the auditorium today.

 

•             Tonight…Chapters in Dieppe will be hosting Trimble’s 3rd Annual Literacy Night from 6:00-8:30.  Come on out and help to support classroom libraries and the purchase of books in our school. It’s also a great time to start your Christmas shopping and enjoy a beverage at Starbucks.  Entertainment will also be provided by Trimble students.

 

November 15
Announcements November 15, 2017

•             The Christmas parade will be meeting in Room 201 today, November 15th and Thursday, November 16th at the beginning of lunch.  Anyone who can stay after school this week to begin painting would be greatly appreciated.

 

•             Cheer tryouts for the competitive season will be in the gym Thursday, November 16 from 5:30-7:15. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

 

•             Today and tomorrow there will be a meeting at 12:30 in Room 204 for NELB for anyone interested in joining.

 

•             A reminder to all members of period 4 voice class and concert band of the joint practice today at lunch. Please be in the auditorium by 12:40.

 

•             Vocal Ensemble practice will be at 3:30 in the auditorium. Please be prompt.

 

•             This Thursday, November 16, Chapters in Dieppe will be hosting Trimble’s 3rd Annual Literacy Night.  Come on out and help to support classroom libraries and the purchase of books in our school. It’s also a great time to start your Christmas shopping and enjoy a beverage at Starbucks.  Entertainment will also be provided by Trimble students.

 

•             Anyone interested in hosting a Chinese exchange student for a week from February 3rd to the 10th? Here's your chance!! The Winter Camp offers provides an amazing international experience for students! Profits will be going to the grad class of 2018 so as Trimble Trojans we should give these students the experience they deserve!! Please go to Room 103 for more information!

 

•             Wednesday is the boys basketball home opener. The game is here at Trimble at 8pm against Riverview. We hope to see tons of maroon and white in the stands!

 

•             Thursday will be musical chairs in the cafeteria!!  Friday will be jersey day!! Wear your favourite jersey!

 

•             Mount Allison is hosting a Moncton reception from 7-9pm on Wed. Nov. 15 at Resurgo Place (the Moncton Museum). This is an informal gathering open to students and their families, where you can meet and chat with MtA representatives and other future Mounties. You can ask questions, learn about admissions and scholarships, and bring along your transcript to receive admission on-the-spot and we will waive the $50 application fee! We ask that students please register beforehand online at discover.mta.ca.

 

 

November 14
Announcements November 14, 2017

Announcements

Thursday November 14, 2017

 

  • The Christmas parade will be meeting in Room 201 on Wednesday, November 15th and Thursday, November 16th at the beginning of lunch.  Anyone who can stay after school this week to begin painting would be greatly appreciated.

  • Cheer tryouts for the competitive season will be in the gym Tuesday, November 14 and Thursday, November 16 from 5:30-7:15. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

  • Wrestling practices begin November 14, at 4:00 in the cafeteria. Anyone currently on the team, or anyone who would like to be part of the team, should attend.

 

  • Varsity Boys Basketball team have a meeting in Room 219 right at the start of lunch.

 

  • There is a practice for all vocal ensemble members at 12:45 in the auditorium today.

  • Wednesday and Thursday there will be a meeting at 12:30 in Room 204 for NELB for anyone interested in joining.

 

  • The Youth Mental Health Summit will be heading to the summit tomorrow morning.  We will meet outside of the guidance office.  Please be early since the bus is leaving at 8:45.

 

  • This Thursday, November 16, Chapters in Dieppe will be hosting Trimble’s 3rd Annual Literacy Night.  Come on out and help to support classroom libraries and the purchase of books in our school. It’s also a great time to start your Christmas shopping and enjoy a beverage at Starbucks.  Entertainment will also be provided by Trimble students.

 

  • Anyone interested in hosting a Chinese exchange student for a week from February 3rd to the 10th? Here's your chance!! The Winter Camp offers provides an amazing international experience for students! Profits will be going to the grad class of 2018 so as Trimble Trojans we should give these students the experience they deserve!! Please go to Room 103 for more information!

 

  • Congrats to the hockey boys on their 4-1 win against Matthieu Martin last night. There is a mandatory meeting in room Room 102 for all players at lunch.

 

  • Wednesday is the boys basketball home opener. The game is here at Trimble at 8pm against Riverview. We hope to see tons of maroon and white in the stands!

 

  • Thursday will be musical chairs in the cafeteria!!

  • On November 14th at 7 PM Acadia University will be at the Moncton Crowne Plaza for a parent student night. They will be doing a presentation, hearing from recent alumni, taking free applications and doing on the spot admissions if students have their transcripts. It will be a great way for students and their parents to learn more about the school. Students can register at studentevents.acadiau.ca.

 

  • Mount Allison is hosting a Moncton reception from 7-9pm on Wed. Nov. 15 at Resurgo Place (the Moncton Museum). This is an informal gathering open to students and their families, where you can meet and chat with MtA representatives and other future Mounties. You can ask questions, learn about admissions and scholarships, and bring along your transcript to receive admission on-the-spot and we will waive the $50 application fee! We ask that students please register beforehand online at discover.mta.ca.

 

 

November 03
Announcements November 3, 2017

Announcements

Friday, November 3, 2017

 

  • Due to damage to the wall, students are no longer permitted to gather in the hallway across from the computer lab, room 219 until repairs are complete. 

  • Chartwell’s would like to welcome their Executive Roaming Chef, Peter Woodworth, who is working at HTHS until November 17th. Chef Woodworth believes in eating healthy, local foods. Beginning next week, the cafeteria will open a Salad and Sub bar as a healthy option thanks to Chef Woodworth.

  • The YAMH group will meet today during period 5 in room 209.

  • Any Soccer boys interested in a black dry fit shirt for $20. Please see Boudreau in classroom #105

Graduation

  • The Saint Mary’s University Admissions department is happy to announce we will be once again hosting a Moncton Students’ Campus Tour day, with provided bus transportation! The tour will take place on Friday, November 10th. Students will be picked up at 8:15am at Champlain Place and will be returned there at the end of the day at approximately 5:30pm.  This is for any student in grade 12.  If interested in signing up you can come to guidance or register online at connect.smu.ca.

 

  • Mount Allison is hosting a Moncton reception from 7-9pm on Wed. Nov. 15 at Resurgo Place (the Moncton Museum). This is an informal gathering open to students and their families, where you can meet and chat with MtA representatives and other future Mounties. You can ask questions, learn about admissions and scholarships, and bring along your transcript to receive admission on-the-spot and we will waive the $50 application fee! We ask that students please register beforehand online at discover.mta.ca.

 

 

Student Council

 

  • Anyone interested in hosting a Chinese exchange student for a week from February 3rd to the 10th? Here's your chance!! The Winter Camp offers provides an amazing international experience for students! Profits will be going to the grad class of 2018 so as Trimble Trojans we should give these students the experience they deserve!!  Please go to Room 103 for more information!

 

 

 

 

 

November 02
Announcements November 2, 2017

Thursday, November 2, 2017

 

  • Due to damage to the wall, students are no longer permitted to gather in the hallway across from the computer lab, room 219 until repairs are complete. 

  • There will be a full Vocal Ensemble rehearsal in the auditorium today at 12:45.

 

  • Concert band meets in the auditorium today after school.

 

  • The group for Youth Mental Health Summit will meet in the Guidance area Today at 12:20.  If you have not yet joined the group created on the App Remind, please do so as soon as possible. 

 

  • Today will be musical chairs in the cafeteria at 12:50!

 

  • All hockey players are asked to meet in Mr Dubuc's room at the very beginning of lunch, it will be brief! 

 

  • Any Soccer boys interested in a black dry fit shirt for $20. Please see Boudreau in classroom #105

Graduation

  • The Saint Mary’s University Admissions department is happy to announce we will be once again hosting a Moncton Students’ Campus Tour day, with provided bus transportation! The tour will take place on Friday, November 10th. Students will be picked up at 8:15am at Champlain Place and will be returned there at the end of the day at approximately 5:30pm.  This is for any student in grade 12.  If interested in signing up you can come to guidance or register online at connect.smu.ca.

 

  • Mount Allison is hosting a Moncton reception from 7-9pm on Wed. Nov. 15 at Resurgo Place (the Moncton Museum). This is an informal gathering open to students and their families, where you can meet and chat with MtA representatives and other future Mounties. You can ask questions, learn about admissions and scholarships, and bring along your transcript to receive admission on-the-spot and we will waive the $50 application fee! We ask that students please register beforehand online at discover.mta.ca.

 

  • U of T will be visiting during the lunch hour Today in the lobby.  Come see what they have to offer!

 

Student Council

 

  • Anyone interested in hosting a Chinese exchange student for a week from February 3rd to the 10th? Here's your chance!! The Winter Camp offers provides an amazing international experience for students! Profits will be going to the grad class of 2018 so as Trimble Trojans we should give these students the experience they deserve!!  Please go to Room 103 for more information!

 

November 01
Announcements November 1, 2017

Announcements

November 1, 2017

 

  • The group for Youth Mental Health Summit will meet in the Guidance area on November 2 at 12:20.  If you have not yet joined the group created on the App Remind, please do so as soon as possible. 

 

  • Any cheerleaders or football players who have yet to pick up their fundraising order forms need to see Mrs. Teed today.

 

  • There is a concert band practice at lunch today in the auditorium. Band members, please be in the music room by 12:35 to begin setting up.

 

  • Vocal Ensemble practice will be today after school.

 

Graduation

 

  • Mount Allison is hosting a Moncton reception from 7-9pm on Wed. Nov. 15 at Resurgo Place (the Moncton Museum). This is an informal gathering open to students and their families, where you can meet and chat with MtA representatives and other future Mounties. You can ask questions, learn about admissions and scholarships, and bring along your transcript to receive admission on-the-spot and we will waive the $50 application fee! We ask that students please register beforehand online at discover.mta.ca.

 

  • Are you interested in pursuing academics at the University of Kings College?  They will be set up in the lobby on Wednesday November 1st during the lunch hour to answer any of your questions.  Come check them out!

 

  • U of T will be visiting during the lunch hour on November 2nd in the lobby.  Come see what they have to offer!

 

  • Grad Assembly this Thursday during Win block.  We will be voting on prom theme and other important upcoming announcements.

 

  • Popcorn for sale in lobby $3.00 a bag proceeds to class of 2018

 

Student Council

 

  • Anyone interested in hosting a Chinese exchange student for a week from February 3rd to the 10th? Here's your chance!! The Winter Camp offers provides an amazing international experience for students! Profits will be going to the grad class of 2018 so as Trimble Trojans we should give these students the experience they deserve!!  Please go to Room 103 for more information!

 

  • Thursday will be musical chairs in the caf!

 

 

 

Ellen Moore

Harrison Trimble High School

 

October 27
Announcements October 27, 2017

Announcements

October 27, 2017

 

  • There will be a wrestling meeting Monday October 30th at 12:45, in Mr. DeVito’s classroom #315 for all those interest in participating this year.

 

  • Cheerleaders please see Mrs. Teed sometime today.

 

  • Harrison Trimble is hosting its first ever staff and student-bring-your-parent blood drive at Canadian Blood Services clinic, Mapleton Road, on November 6th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Students of our great school who are unable to donate themselves due to age/other restrictions can sign up to bring a parent/guardian/older sibling to give the gift of life on their behalf. Join HTHS staff members as Remembrance Day approaches and we honour those who gave their lives in service to our country through the simple act of donating blood. There will be a sign-up sheet posted outside of the office area starting this week with various appointment times available. Any questions – speak with Trinity Smith, Katelyn Chapman, or check with Mr. McGillivary. Remember – it is in you to give!

 

Graduation

 

This is the last day to order your grad clothing for 2018.  Come down to room 102 at lunch today and order your clothing.  A $20.00 deposit is required. The order is going in today after school so we can have the clothes by Dec. 1.

 

·         Any grad who has not signed the 18 for the hoodies should see Kent or Sunny today in the lobby at lunch.

 

  • Today there will be members of grad council set up in the lobby collecting signatures for the 18 for the back of the hoodies. We need all the grads to sign so if you have not yet signed, come to the lobby at lunch.

 

  • The grads will be having a grad movie night on October 30th.  The movie will be Halloweentown, and any grads wishing to attend please talk to a member of Grad Council so we know expected numbers.

 

Student Council

 

  • The HTHS hockey team is having a fundraiser at St Louis Moncton location on Monday, Oct 30th between 5pm and close. Come out and help support the boys!

 

  • Good luck to the hockey boys as they travel to Fredericton today for their first exhibition game against Fredericton High School!

 

  • Wish the field hockey girls luck as they head to provincials this weekend in Miramichi! Bring home the banner girls!

 

  • Anyone interested in hosting a Chinese exchange student for a week from February 3rd to the 10th? Here's your chance!! The Winter Camp offers provides an amazing international experience for students! Profits will be going to the grad class of 2018 so as Trimble Trojans we should give these students the experience they deserve!! Please go to Room 103 for more information!

 

 

Ellen Moore

Harrison Trimble High School

 

October 26
Announcements October 26, 2017

Announcements

October 26, 2017

 

•             Harrison Trimble is hosting its first ever staff and student-bring-your-parent blood drive at Canadian Blood Services clinic, Mapleton Road, on November 6th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Students of our great school who are unable to donate themselves due to age/other restrictions can sign up to bring a parent/guardian/older sibling to give the gift of life on their behalf. Join HTHS staff members as Remembrance Day approaches and we honour those who gave their lives in service to our country through the simple act of donating blood. There will be a sign-up sheet posted outside of the office area starting this week with various appointment times available. Any questions – speak with Trinity Smith, Katelyn Chapman, or check with Mr. McGillivary. Remember – it is in you to give!

 

•             Band meets at 3:30 today in the auditorium.

 

•             Mr. Douthwright and Mr. Snelgrove would like to thank everyone who performed, attended, and helped out with last night’s coffee house. We had an incredible turnout to hear some amazing performers. The next coffee house is February 21.

 

•             Grad Clothing is on sale this week and this week only. Head down to room 102 at lunch for sizing and placing your orders.  A $20.00 deposit is required. You will not be able to get grad clothing after this Friday. So don’t wait until the last minute.

 

•             Anyone interested in hosting a Chinese exchange student for a week from February 3rd to the 10th? Here's your chance!! The Winter Camp offers provides an amazing international experience for students! Profits will be going to the grad class of 2018 so as Trimble Trojans we should give these students the experience they deserve!! Please go to Room 103 for more information!

 

•             The grads will be having a grad movie night on October 30th.  The movie will be Halloweentown, and any grads wishing to attend please talk to a member of Grad Council so we know expected numbers.

 

October 19
Daily Announcements

·         Tomorrow we will have our annual Helen and Paris assembly starting at 8:40 am and the top male and female homeroom Trojan Trek fundraisers will be unveiled.  Please make sure to be on time.

 

·         Any teachers that still have money for Trojan trek please send it up to the office.

 

·         Vocal Ensemble: sectional practice for tenors and basses in the music room at 12:45.

·         Band: practice after school in the auditorium.

 

·         Coffee house October 25th 7-9:30 see Mr. Douthright if you're interested 

 

·         Picture retakes will be October 26th.

 

·         This weekend the Field Hockey Girls are heading to regionals! The girls are playing at 10:00 on Saturday on our very own Woody Hayes field so there shouldn't be any reason why we shouldn't have tons of maroon and white in the stands!

 

·         Anyone who is interested in being a Peer Literary Tutor but was unable to make today's information session should see Mr DeVito in room 315 to pick up an application.

 

·         If you have been part of HTHS drama at any point since your grade 9 year, there is an opportunity available to participate in Moncton’s annual historic ghost walk on October 29 and October 30.  If interested, please see Ms. Loewen in room 312 at the beginning of WIN block tomorrow, Thursday.

 

The producer of this show – the retired drama teacher from MHS -  specifically asked for drama students, so Ms. Loewen apologizes that the opportunity is not open to all students.

 

·         Boys Basketball tryouts begin tomorrow, October 20th and Saturday, October 21st at 7:15 pm.  All players regardless of grade level, should be trying out for the senior teams. Once the senior coaches have selected their teams, we will then look at the number of eligible athletes we have left and determine whether or not we’ll have a JV team (male and/or female).

 

·         UNB SJ will be hosting their open house on the 21st of October.  Join them at the Hans W. Klohn Commons (UNB library). There will be admissions on the spot, campus tours, a faculty fair, have lunch, and enter a draw for a free first-year of tuition, three prizes of $500 UNB cash or an Apple Watch.

 

·         Acadia University is delighted to announce that applications for admission for the 2018-2019 year is now open!  Acadia’s open houses will be held on October 20th and November 3rd. Students can register online at growexponentially.ca.  Acadia will also be hosting Parent Student Info Sessions in Moncton on November 14th at 7pm at the Crowne Plaza.

 

·         Oulton College will be offering tours of their campus for students interested in Health Sciences on November 24 and Human Services on Friday December 15th.  Sign-up sheets can be found on the guidance office door. Once you have signed up, please see Mrs. Hanson for a permission slip.

 

·         Grad clothing will go on sale next Monday, FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, in room 102 at lunch time. You will need a 20$ down payment.  The rest of the cost can be paid at a later date. Last day to order is Friday, October 27

 

·         The following students need to see Mrs. Petersen ASAP concerning grad T-shirts:

Ranz Bontogon

Elise Hanson

Olivia Hanson

Ethan Smallman

Emily Jordan

Nash Smith

Mack Campbell

Chris Dunham

Dayton Henry

Trenton Tingley

Eli Weldon

Lindsay Thorne

Alphonsine Rabong

Jamal Nelson

Nathan Dempsey

Gavin Ilkiw

·         Remember to bring in Boston Pizza receipts to the office.  We get 10% back to go towards Safe Grad.

 

 

October 18
Daily Announcements

·        Trojan trek sheets are due today! SC members will be around to homerooms to collect money! 

 

·        On Friday we will have our annual Helen and Paris assembly and the top male and female homeroom Trojan Trek fundraisers will be unveiled.

 

·        Congrats to our girls and boys soccer teams on extremely hard fought games yesterday and congrats on amazing seasons.

 

·        The girls field hockey team plays in Riverview at 4:30 go on out and support the girls.

 

·        This weekend the girls are heading to regionals! The girls are playing at 10 on Saturday on our very own Woody Hayes field so there shouldn't be any reason why we shouldn't have tons of maroon and white in the stands!

 

·        Coffee house October 25th 7-9:30 see Mr. Douthright if you're interested 

 

·        Picture retakes will be October 26th.

 

·        The annual Helen and Paris assembly will be held on Friday.

 

·        Tonight the Boys Soccer team play MHS AT 5:30 AT HTHS for the league semi-finals!! 

 

·        The soccer girls play MM at Dover Field in Dieppe (time is to be determined) also for semis finals! 

 

·        Our first information session for anyone interested in being a Peer / Literacy Tutor will take place tomorrow during our Thursday WIN Block in room 311.

 

·        If you have been part of HTHS drama at any point since your grade 9 year, there is an opportunity available to participate in Moncton’s annual historic ghost walk on October 29 and October 30.  If interested, please see Ms. Loewen in room 312 at the beginning of WIN block tomorrow, Thursday.

 

·        The producer of this show – the retired drama teacher from MHS -  specifically asked for drama students, so Ms. Loewen apologizes that the opportunity is not open to all students.

 

·        Boys Basketball tryouts begin on Friday, October 20th at 4:00 pm.  Any guys wishing to play must attend a quick meeting in room 219 tomorrow, Friday, at the start of lunch.

 

·        Trojan Trek pledge sheets are due today.

 

·        Acadia University is delighted to announce that applications for admission for the 2018-2019 year is now open!  Acadia’s open houses will be held on October 20th and November 3rd. Students can register online at growexponentially.ca.  Acadia will also be hosting Parent Student Info Sessions in Moncton on November 14th at 7pm at the Crowne Plaza.

 

·        Oulton College will be offering tours of their campus for students interested in Health Sciences on November 24 and Human Services on Friday December 15th.  Sign-up sheets can be found on the guidance office door. Once you have signed up, please see Mrs. Hanson for a permission slip.

 

·        Grad clothing will go on sale next Monday in room 102 at lunch time. You will need a 20$ down payment.  The rest of the cost can be paid at a later date. Last day to order is Friday, October 27

 

·        All grads who have signed up for the lunch at Boston Pizza.  The reservation is for 12:30 pm, right after school, so make sure to come right down after the final bell.  Make sure to save your receipts afterwards.

 

·        Remember to bring in Boston Pizza receipts to the office.  We get 10% back to go towards Safe Grad.

 

October 17
Daily Announcements

·      The girls field hockey team ended their regular season last night with a huge victory over RHS with a score of 4-0. Goalie Madison Burns is on a four game shutout which she hopes to continue this weekend at Regionals. The team will be hosting a do or die game at 10am on Saturday with the winner moving on to provincials. We hope to see as my Trojan fans in the crowd as we can to cheer on our girls. Way to go ladies!

 

·      There is a vocal ensemble sectional for sopranos and altos today at 12:15 in the auditorium.

 

·      Picture retakes will be October 26th.

 

·      Debate practice today at noon in room 315.

 

·      There will be a bake sale in the lobby today.  All proceeds go to Trojan Trek.

 

·      Today will be Twister Tuesday in the lobby at 12:50 and on Thursday will be musical chairs in the CAF at 12:50.

 

·      The annual Helen and Paris assembly will be held on Friday.

 

·        Tomorrow the boys soccer team play MHS AT 5:30 AT HTHS for the league semi-finals!! 

 

·       The soccer girls play MM AT DOVER FIELD IN DIEPPE (time is to be determined) also for semis finals! 

 

·      There will be a Junior Varsity Boys Basketball meeting in room 214 today the beginning lunch.  Open to anyone interested in playing.

 

·      Due to WIN block being cancelled today, our Peer Reader or Scribe program will begin on Thursday in room 311.

 

·      Boys Basketball tryouts begin on Friday, October 20th at 4:00 pm.  Any guys wishing to play must attend a quick meeting in room 219 tomorrow, Friday, at the start of lunch.

 

·      Trojan Trek pledge sheets are due tomorrow. 

 

·      Remember to bring in Boston Pizza receipts to the office.  We get 10% back to go towards Safe Grad.

 

October 16
Daily Announcements

·       Congrats to the Cross Country Team for their strong showing at Regionals this weekend.  Could the team stop in to see Mr. Matchett in room 327 at the beginning of lunch.

 

·       All music students are asked to check the whiteboard outside of the music hallway as practices are different this week.  Bands meets at lunch today and vocal ensemble meets after school.

 

·       Reminder to all Debate Club members, there will be a practice in room 315 at lunch.

 

·       There is a Girls Field Hockey game today at 5:30 pm.  This is the last home game so come out and support our girls.

 

·       There will be a bake sale in the lobby tomorrow.  All proceeds go to Trojan Trek.

 

·       Tomorrow will be Twister Tuesday in the lobby at 12:50 and on Thursday will be musical chairs in the CAF at 12:50.

 

·       Freezees and sour keys are being sold for 50 cents each at lunch.  All proceeds go to Trojan Trek.

 

·       The annual Helen and Paris assembly will be held on Friday.

 

·       There will be a Junior Varsity Boys Basketball meeting in room 214 on Tuesday at the beginning lunch.  Open to anyone interested in playing.

 

·       Due to WIN block being cancelled tomorrow, our Peer Reader or Scribe program will begin on Thursday in room 311.

 

·       Boys Basketball tryouts begin on Friday, October 20th at 4:00 pm.  Any guys wishing to play must attend a quick meeting in room 219 tomorrow, Friday, at the start of lunch.

 

·       Oulton College will be offering tours of their campus on October 27th for student in grades 11 and 12 interested in IT & Entrepreneurship.  Sign-up sheets can be found on the door of the guidance office.

 

·       REMINDER – If you would like to apply to a university, you need to request a transcript from the main office.  It takes up to 3 days for transcripts to be processed.  YOU MUST PAY FOR YOUR TRANSCRIPTS WHEN YOU FILL OUT YOUR REQUEST.

 

·       Anyone interested in indoor rock climbing – see Mr. Delaney in room 115 for the details of the High School Bouldering League starting on October 16th.

 

·       Trojan Trek pledge sheets are due on the 18th.  Remember to get out and fundraise!

 

·       Remember to bring in Boston Pizza receipts to the office.  We get 10% back to go towards Safe Grad.

 

October 13
Daily Announcements

·       Anyone interested in being a Peer Reader or Scribe, please attend the information session on Tuesday, October 17th in room 311.

 

·       Boys Basketball tryouts begin next Friday, October 20th at 4:00 pm.  Any guys wishing to play must attend a quick meeting in room 219 tomorrow, Friday, at the start of lunch.

 

·       Oulton College will be offering tours of their campus on October 27th for student in grades 11 and 12 interested in IT & Entrepreneurship.  Sign-up sheets can be found on the door of the guidance office.

 

·       REMINDER – If you would like to apply to a university, you need to request a transcript from the main office.  It takes up to 3 days for transcripts to be processed.  YOU MUST PAY FOR YOUR TRANSCRIPTS WHEN YOU FILL OUT YOUR REQUEST.

 

·       Anyone interested in indoor rock climbing – see Mr. Delaney in room 115 for the details of the High School Bouldering League starting on October 16th.

 

·       Trojan Trek pledge sheets are due on the 18th.  Remember to get out and fundraise!

 

·       Remember to bring in Boston Pizza receipts to the office.  We get 10% back to go towards Safe Grad.

 

·       Today is teacher pie in the face!!

 

October 12
Daily Announcements

·       New WIN Block option!  Learn photography in room 232 with Mr. Morin.

·       Peer Tutor WIN Block has been pushed back to next Tuesday, October 17th.  Anyone interested in being a Peer Reader or Scribe, please attend the information session on Tuesday, October 17th in room 311.

 

·       Concert Bands meets after school today with new music!  Everyone is welcome!

 

·       Boys Basketball tryouts begin next Friday, October 20th at 4:00 pm.  Any guys wishing to play must attend a quick meeting in room 219 tomorrow, Friday, at the start of lunch.

 

·       Oulton College will be offering tours of their campus on October 27th for student in grades 11 and 12 interested in IT & Entrepreneurship.  Sign-up sheets can be found on the door of the guidance office.

 

·       Mount Allison University will be holding an Open House on Friday, October 13th from 8:45 – 3:45 pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am.  Tour the campus, learn more about academic programs and extra-curricular activities.  Eat in an award-winning dining hall, sit in on mini-lectures and have time to explore residences, labs and all that Mount Allison has to offer.  On-the-spot admissions will be available, so bring your most recent transcript to waive your $50 application fee.  To register, visit mta.ca/openhouse.

 

·       REMINDER – If you would like to apply to a university, you need to request a transcript from the main office.  It takes up to 3 days for transcripts to be processed.  YOU MUST PAY FOR YOUR TRANSCRIPTS WHEN YOU FILL OUT YOUR REQUEST.

 

·       Anyone interested in indoor rock climbing – see Mr. Delaney in room 115 for the details of the High School Bouldering League starting on October 16th.

 

·       There will be a spirit bus going to Saint John this Saturday to support our Ladies Softball team at Provincials.  This is a chance for a banner so this is a huge deal!  The sign-up sheet is outside of the SC office and you have to sign up by Thursday.

 

·       Trojan Trek pledge sheets are due on the 18th.  Remember to get out and fundraise!

 

·       Remember to bring in Boston Pizza receipts to the office.  We get 10% back to go towards Safe Grad.

 

·       Tonight is our annual Toga Dance!  This dance will be a black light dance in the gym and will be $8.  Anyone who came out to see the last dance knows they are tons of fun.

 

·       Friday will be teacher pie in the face!!

 

October 11
Daily Announcements

·        New WIN Block option!  Learn photography in room 232 with Mr. Morin.

·        Peer Tutor WIN Block has been pushed back to next Tuesday, October 17th.  Anyone interested in being a Peer Reader or Scribe, please attend the information session on Tuesday, October 17th in room 311.

 

·        The first Concert Band practice will be today at 12:40 in the auditorium.  Please arrive a few minutes early to set up.

 

·        Vocal Ensemble meets today after school in the auditorium.

 

·        There is Girl’s Field Hockey game today at 5:00 against MHS here at HTHS.  Come on out and support the girls!! 

 

·        Oulton College will be offering tours of their campus on October 27th for student in grades 11 and 12 interested in IT & Entrepreneurship.  Sign-up sheets can be found on the door of the guidance office.

 

·        Mount Allison University will be holding an Open House on Friday, October 13th from 8:45 – 3:45 pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am.  Tour the campus, learn more about academic programs and extra-curricular activities.  Eat in an award-winning dining hall, sit in on mini-lectures and have time to explore residences, labs and all that Mount Allison has to offer.  On-the-spot admissions will be available, so bring your most recent transcript to waive your $50 application fee.  To register, visit mta.ca/openhouse.

 

·        Are you interested in attending the University of Alberta?  Come meet the representative to learn about their programs.  They will be in the guidance office on Thursday, October 12th during WIN block.

 

·        REMINDER – If you would like to apply to a university, you need to request a transcript from the main office.  It takes up to 3 days for transcripts to be processed.  YOU MUST PAY FOR YOUR TRANSCRIPTS WHEN YOU FILL OUT YOUR REQUEST.

 

·        Anyone interested in indoor rock climbing – see Mr. Delaney in room 115 for the details of the High School Bouldering League starting on October 16th.

 

·        As of late there have been a number of students wearing head bands.  Head bands are considered head gear so they are forbidden.

 

·        There will be a spirit bus going to Saint John this Saturday to support our Ladies Softball team at Provincials.  This is a chance for a banner so this is a huge deal!  The sign-up sheet is outside of the SC office and you have to sign up by Thursday.

 

·        TROJAN TREK IS TODAY! 

 

·        Trojan Trek pledge sheets are due on the 18th.  Remember to get out and fundraise!

 

·        Next blood drive is on October 13th.  Sign-up sheet is outside Mr. McGillivary's room.

 

·        Remember to bring in Boston Pizza receipts to the office.  We get 10% back to go towards Safe Grad.

 

·        Tomorrow is the Annual Trial Relay!  There are still two spots left, so sign up your team of seven.

 

·        Tomorrow night is our annual Toga Dance!  This dance will be a black light dance in the gym and will be $8.  Anyone who came out to see the last dance knows they are tons of fun.

 

·        Friday will be teacher pie in the face!!

 

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