There will be a grad assembly next Tuesday morning during the WIN block for all graduates. Important information about Prom, Safe Grad and graduation will be discussed. All 2019 grads should be in attendance for this important
The end of the school year is upon us, and with that, the end of our reading challenge. If you have been reading diligently this year, make sure you get your records in by the end of the day, this Thursday. You can submit your
evidence directly to Mr. DeVito in Room 315, or to your own English teacher.
Safe Grad: Grads can come by Mme Noel’s room (Room 113) to pick up registration forms today and tomorrow.
Registration and payments can be made directly to Mme Noel on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week. She will be set up in the lobby. Grads must return their registration form and pay the fee no later than June 6th. Fee is $10 for grad and $10
for your guest.
Chantel Arsenault, School Nurse, will be available today and next Monday, which will also be her last day for the year. If you would like to set up an appointment to see her, stop by her office, Room 355, sometime today.
For any student looking for the services of the nurse
practitioner during the summer.
They can be reached at:
108C-1600, Main street
506-856-3368 or 381-4507
Harrison Trimble Drama is pleased to present an evening of two plays: "Uncool," directed by Emma Lushman, and "So You Wanna Be A Cheerleader," directed by Alicia Wilson. Both directors are Grade 12 students right here at HTHS. You can
see both plays on Tuesday, May 14 only! Show time is 7:00 pm, and tickets are available at our main office, on SchoolCash and at the door. The cost is $10 for students and seniors and $12 for adults. We hope to see you there - both plays are really funny
and it will be a great evening of entertainment.
2019 Graduation and Prom are right around the corner. Fees for grad and prom are due on May 10th. Fees can be made on SchoolCash or at the main office.
Cost: Prom $75 Grad $75
Harrison Trimble High School
Administrative Assistant I
There will be a Grad Assembly on Thursday morning at 8:45am. All grads of 2019 should be in attendance.
Professional Learning Day for Teachers on March 22nd. No school for students.
Parent Teacher Interviews will be held on April 4th 6-8pm and April 5th 1-3pm. Interviews will take place in the gym on a first come first served basis. No school for students on April 5th.
• Vocal Ensemble will practice in the auditorium today at 12:40
• The coffee house originally scheduled for last night will now take place on Monday, March 18th. Anyone who has already signed up needs to confirm the new date with a music teacher.
We still have a few open spots, so anyone who is interested can come see Mr. Daigle or Mr. Snelgrove if they would like to perform.
• There will be a tryout tonight at 5:30 for the Boys Volleyball Team.
• Could all members of SALT meet on the 3rd floor lobby at the second half of lunch for a yearbook picture.
• There is a Girls Rugby practice tonight at 7:15pm in the gym. It is the last one before March Break so make sure you make it.
•Badminton tryouts will be tonight from 7:15 to 8:45. See Mr. Douthwright for any further questions.
•Anyone who was in Mr DeVito's English 12 class last semester who still has their graphic novel, in good shape, and would be interested in selling it to a student this semester, please see Mr DeVito in Room 315 before the end of the week.
•A reminder to grads that the deadline to apply to most universities in order to be considered for scholarships is March 1st. If you need help with your application, please see Mrs. Ross in the guidance area during WIN Block. Also, continue
to check the Anglophone East Scholarship website to see the many scholarship opportunities available to you.
•Concert Band after school today in the auditorium.
•The second coffee house of the year is just a few days away! On Monday night, you can hear some of Trimble’s greatest talent perform for the low, low price of $3. We still have a number of open spots for performers. Come see Mr. Daigle
or Mr. Snelgrove if you would like to perform.
•There will be a short drama meeting at 12:20 on Friday in Room 312. Attendance at the meeting is mandatory as you will be given your rehearsal schedules.
•Just a reminder to Grade 9 students attending the Doing the Right Thing Conference that it has been postponed until tomorrow. Please meet at the bus pad tomorrow at 8:30 and remember to drop off your permission slips at the office or
in Room 326.
- Badminton tryouts will be tonight and tomorrow night from 7:15 to 8:45. See Mr. Douthwright for any further questions.
- Anyone who was in Mr DeVito's English 12 class last semester who still has their graphic novel, in good shape, and would be interested in selling it to a student this semester, please see Mr DeVito in Room
315 before the end of the week.
- If you are a winner from our first round of Carrot in a Box, please make sure to pass by Room 315 this week between classes to challenge another winner in our winner's round of 64.
- Last day to order yearbooks will be March 15th. Orders can be made on line at SchoolCash or at the main office.
- A reminder to grads that the deadline to apply to most universities in order to be considered for scholarships is March 1st. If you need help with your application, please see Mrs. Ross in the guidance
area during WIN Block. Also, continue to check the Anglophone East Scholarship website to see the many scholarship opportunities available to you.
Anyone interested in trying out for badminton should see Mr. Douthwright as soon as possible. Tryouts will be on Wednesday and Thursday from 7:15 to 8:45.
Last call to order grad clothing is today. See Mrs. Petersen in Room 313 ASAP.
Varsity Girls Volleyball Tryouts start this week. Today from 5:30-7:00pm, Wednesday from 3:30-5:15 and Thursday from 3:30-5:15pm. See Mr. Hebb or Mr. Briggs for more detail.
Grade 9 immunization forms are past due. Even if you are not receiving the vaccine, the form must be signed by a parent/guardian and returned to the office ASAP.
Yearbook order deadline is March 15th. Orders can be made on SchoolCash or at the main office (cash only).
Anyone interested in trying out for badminton this year is asked to come to a quick meeting at the start of lunch in the music room (223).
Attention all volleyball players, we will have a final Open Gym on Friday February 15th from 3:30-5:00. All are welcome.
Girls volleyball tryouts start on Tuesday Feb 19th from 5:30-7:15pm.
Yearbook order deadline is March 15th. Orders can be made on SchoolCash online or at the school office. Cost $55.00
Friday, February 15th, will be Student Council Assembly. Students should arrive to school for 8:35 tomorrow morning.
Monday, February 18th, is Family Day. There is no school for students on this day.
There is no school for students on Wednesday, January 30th or Thursday, January 31st as these are turn-around days. First day of Semester 2 is Friday, February 1st.
We would also like to you know that the office has moved. The main entrance to the school including the new main office is located at the side entrance, parking lot closest to the field, at the lower level
- Winter semi-formal tickets will be sold from the office this week. Student fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket. Winter formal is December 13th
7-10 at HTHS. Guest tickets can also be purchased from Mrs. Van Wart next week, but you must sign up your guest this week. Sign-up sheet is in the office. Friday is the last day to sign up a guest. Tickets
are $10 for students and $15 for guests.
- On Monday next week, Harrison Trimble will be hosting our annual Winter Concert. There will be a variety of performances by many different groups, all just in time to get you in the mood for the season.
The show begins at 7:00 p.m. in our auditorium, and a free- will admission will be taken to help support our music department. We hope to see you there!
- Have you ever been hungry, but didn't want to leave the school? We have a solution for you. We are HTHS Delivery. Select from our 4 food stops, Mcdonalds, Burger King, Patricios, and Tim Hortons. All
orders under $10 will be $1.50, and anything over will be 15% of the cost. You can find us on our Facebook page, (HTHS Delivery)
- The Trojan Trend Shop will be opened daily during the lunch hour from 12:20-1:15. Stop by during this time to purchase spirit wear. Great Christmas gift ideas!
Yoga club will start today after school from 3:30pm to 4:15pm in the library. Wear comfortable clothing. Mats and blocks will be provided but feel free to bring your own. All
are welcome, including beginners!
If you had picture retakes last week, all orders are due to the office no later than November 21st.
No orders will be received by the office after this date.
The Christmas Parade Committee will be meeting every day after school this week.
We now have ballots at the cafeteria to pre-order Christmas dinner which will be served on Thursday, December 13th. Cost is $7.25 for a full turkey dinner including
dessert. This will be the only meal served that day.
The District Education Council, along with representatives from ASD-E and EECD are holding a School Naming Contest for former students of and those currently attending Evergreen
Park School and Northrop Frye School. Students of two aforementioned feeder schools can submit suggestions for the name of the new Middle School between November 21st and December 21st. The school is currently under construction in the North End of Moncton
and opening in the Fall of 2019. The School Naming Committee will consider all submissions and choose three to present to the Province for consideration in early January. The three winners will be given the choice of a $50 gift certificate to any of these
companies: Sport Chek, iTunes or The Ultimate Dining Card (Swiss Chalet, Montana’s, Harvey’s, New York Fries, East Side Mario’s). Please send submissions to ASD-E’s Director of Communications, Stephanie Patterson, at
Come join staff and students of Harrison Trimble high school for 3rd annual Chapters Night in support of literacy at our school. Twenty percent of eligible purchases will go towards
much-needed books for department. This event has been a huge success for the school the last two years and it's a great way to kick off holiday shopping while enjoying a Starbucks latte, talented student musicians, and supporting literacy at our amazing high
school! The event takes place this Thursday, November 22nd from 6:30 8:30. Hope to see you there!
If your student had retake pictures taken on Thursday, November 15th, your order will be due to the office no later than November 21st. No orders will be accepted after this date. If you require an order after this
date, you will need to contact Harvey Studios directly.
Wednesday, November 14th is Take your Kids to Work Day for Grade 9 students. There will be no regular classes for Grade 9 students on this day.
Picture Retakes will be on Thursday, November 15th. Students who did not have their picture taken and those who have signed up to have retakes via returned, signed proofs order form will have their picture taken on
Grad Clothing will be on sale starting Thursday, November 15th in the lobby. Secure your order with full payment of $30 for hoodies and $20 for track pants.
2nd Annual Friends of the Trojans Holiday Fair on December 2nd from 10-4 at Harrison Trimble High School. For more information email
HTHS Christmas Concert will be held on December 10th in the HTHS auditorium. Concert starts at 7:00pm, doors open at 6:30. Free-will donation at the door to help support HTHS Music Department.
JV Boys basketball tryouts Monday November 5th from 3:30-5:00. See Mr. Hebb in Room 101 if you have further questions. All Grade 9 and 10 students interested should attend.
Grade 12 students interested in visiting Saint Mary’s University, Monday, Nov. 5th is the last day to register for their Campus Tour. Transportation from Moncton to Halifax, lunch, and admission on the spot will all be provided. You can
register online at connect.smu.ca.
Any cadets who wish to participate in the colour guard for the Remembrance Day assembly next Thursday, please see Mrs. Saunders in Room 210.
Picture retake day is November 15, 2018
Remembrance Day assembly November 8, 2018
Parent-Teacher Interviews November 8th 6-8pm and November 9th 1-3pm in the gym. No School for students on November 9th.
No school for students on November 12th in observance of Remembrance Day.
Take our Kids to Work Day for Grade 9 students on November 14th. There will no regular classes for Grade 9 students on this day.
goji’s and Harrison Trimble
Invite you to our goji’s FUNraiser!
When: October 24,2018
Where: 1435 Mountain
Time: 6-9 pm
goji’s will donate 20% of all sales!!
• Sr. Boys Soccer will practice from 5-7 today and Thursday of this week.
• This is a reminder to all members of ‘Stigma Busters’ to bring their permission forms in ASAP to participate in the Human Library.
• Congratulations to all the performers in last night’s coffee house. It was an excellent show in support of the music department. Special thanks to all those who helped set up and tear down. Our next coffee house will be in February 2019.
• A representative from UNB will be in the Guidance office all morning on Friday October 26th. If you would like to meet with him, please sign up on the white board in Guidance.
• Goji’s Fundraiser for HTHS Girls Hockey on Wednesday, October 24th from 6-9 at Gojis Mountain Road. Goji’s will donate 20% of all sales to the team.
• The students who were selected to do the First Aid training who have not yet handed in their permission slips need to ASAP. They can be dropped off to Mrs. Gingras.
School Pictures will take place on October 22nd
Yearbooks for 2018-2019 school year are now available for purchase on SchoolCash on line or cash payments can be made in the office. Deadline for ordering a yearbook is March 1st.
First Coffee House of the year on Monday, October 22nd! Come out to hear a large variety of acts and support HTHS Music Department. Admission is $3 at the door.
Next week will be the first coffee house of the year! Come out to hear a large variety of acts and support your music department. Admission is $3 at the door, and the show begins at 7:00 p.m. on October 22nd in the auditorium.
Yearbooks for 2018-2019 school year are now available for purchase on SchoolCash on line or cash payments can be made in the office. Deadline for ordering a yearbook is March 1st.
Friday, October 19th we will be on an assembly schedule for the annual Helen & Paris Assembly.
Boys Basketball: All boys Grades 9-12 can come out tonight for open gym from 7:00-9:00 at HTHS gym.
Concert Band will have our first after-school rehearsal from 3:30-4:30 today. Please be in the auditorium ready to play by 3:30.
There will be a Badminton Club after school today until 4:30. Badminton intramurals will take place in the gym at lunch tomorrow. See Mr. Douthwright if you have any questions.
A reminder for anyone interested in joining Yearbook, there will be a meeting today at the beginning of lunch in Room 302.
If you’re interested in joining the competition math club, the meeting is today at the beginning of lunch in Room 111. Everyone is Welcome!
Cross Country practice for all grades after school today.
Breakfast Club is looking for volunteers. All you need to do is donate one hour a week of your time. There is a sign-up sheet outside of the SC office and a brief meeting in Room 211 at the beginning of lunch for all interested.
There will be a meeting for all students interested in becoming Grade Reps on Tuesday in Room 214 at the beginning of lunch. This is a mandatory meeting for anyone wanting to be a Grade Representative.
Students who do not have a student ID or who have lost their 2017-2018 ID are still permitted to attend the dance. No guests are permitted to attend. Cost of the dance is $7 at the door.
The blood drive sign-up sheets are up outside of the office if you are interested in giving blood.
JV Soccer is cancelled for today. There will practice/try outs on Monday and Tuesday of next week at 3:30 on the HTHS Field.
Kraft Dinner (KD) Wednesdays will begin on Wednesday, September 12th
at Parkside Baptist Church.
Students interested in Musical Theatre are invited to Open Auditions on September 8th for an upcoming community theatre production
of GREASE, by The Hazy Grape Theatre Collective. (This is not a HTHS production). For more information see the poster outside of the main office.
Cross Country for Grades 9-12 will be starting next week. Sign-up sheets outside of the gym. Practices will start next week.
Football game at 7:00 pm on our home field vs MVHS. Cost $3 for students $5 for adults.
Field hockey tryouts today after school at the 4-plex. Meet outside the gym and we will walk together.
Anyone thinking of joining grad council should begin preparing a speech as we will be voting next week. Listen to future announcements for
As you are likely aware, HTHS
is undergoing upgrades to our facility as the second wave of a mid-life upgrade
to our school. While this is exciting news for our school community the work is
extensive and the time lines for completing the summer work have been tight. As
a result we will be delaying the opening of school to students by 2 days. The
grade 9 students were scheduled to return to school on Tuesday September 4th
and the rest of the students on the 5th. As a result of the delay,
the grade 9 students will now begin school on Thursday the 6th and
the rest of the students joining them on the Friday the 7th. We
apologize for the delay and thank you for your patience as our school receives
these much needed upgrades.
Parents and students can contact
the school on Tuesday for registration or other inquiries.
Please also note that the school
cafeteria will not be open for food service until Monday, September 10. Thank
• All library books are now due back. Please return books as soon as possible. If your book is overdue – good news - the library doesn’t charge overdue fines. If you’ve lost your book, please visit Mrs. Bekkering in the library.
• Safe Grad registration will take place NEXT Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurday (June 5-7)
only in the lobby at noon. See Mr. Matchett or Mr. Travis. We require 100 people to run the event so get signed up as early next week as possible.
• We would like to wish the Trojan Track and Field team good luck as they compete in provincials this Saturday. We have 27 athletes competing. If you would like to come support the team at U de M; the cost of admission is $5 for adults
and $2 for students. There will be a quick meeting in between period 1 and 2 in the music room for all track athletes.
• After school today is the time for Mr. Travis’ Sem. 1 students to pick up their Art projects. There will
not be other opportunities due to the renovation schedule. Pick up your art today after school if you were in Mr. Travis’ Sem. 1 classes.
Grade 8 dance tonight in the gym 6:00-8:00. Only Grade 8 (from HTHS feeder schools) and HTHS mentors with HTHS new Student Council.
HTHS dance tomorrow night for current HTHS students.
Half day for students on Wednesday, May 16th. There will be 5 shortened periods on Wednesday with first period starting at 8:40 am.
The annual provincial math competition was held last Thursday at the Universite de Moncton. Congratulations to Jon Ryu in Grade 9, who placed 1st in the Anglophone East district. He also placed 1st for the combined Anglophone
& Francophone East districts. He also placed 2nd in the province. Well done Jon – what an incredible way to represent HTHS!
All track and field athletes should know their practice schedule for this week, which is posted outside the gymnasium.
Career explorations interviews will take place this week. If you have not submitted your application form, please bring it in as soon as possible.
After school today at 4:30 the Girls Rugby team takes on RHS at Trimble!
Harrison Trimble's last student blood drive will be held on May 23rd! Sign-up sheet is posted on the Grad wall in the lobby. Anyone age 17 and over can donate.
Calling all Grads! It’s that time of the year when we start collecting pictures for the grad slideshow. Please bring your
school appropriate pictures to Room 214 on a USB before May 17th.
Any Grade 10 or 11 student interested in being a mentor next year can find the application forms outside of Room 214. Applications are due next week.
There will be a meeting this Wednesday at the start of lunch for students interested in attending the WE Day seminar in Halifax in November. The meeting will be in Mrs. Doucet's room, Room 310. Hope to see you there!
A reminder to any Grade 11 student wanting to take Co-op Ed next year, the deadline to get your application form into Mr. Melanson is Wednesday of this week.
Harrison Trimble Drama presents Twitch, a comedy directed by Grade 12 student, Lucy Higgins, and Door to Door, a mix of comedy and drama, directed in our auditorium on Tuesday, May 15th at 7:00pm. Ticket are on sale
in the main office and on SchoolCash. Tickets are $8 for students and seniors and $10 for adults.
Any students who are interested in travelling to Fredericton next week for a one-day conference on cyber security are asked to meet in room 331 during WIN block on Tuesday morning or see Mr. Binet, Ms Langis or Mr. Flanagan for
Attention All Grads! Dragon Boat is June 1st!! You can pick up a form in Room 305 to sign up! Deadline for pledges Thursday, May 3.
Harrison Trimble's last student blood drive will be held on May 23rd. Sign-up sheet is posted on the Grad wall in lobby. Anyone age 17 and over can donate.
Calling all Grads! It is that time of year when we start collecting pictures for the grad slideshow. Please bring your
school appropriate pictures to Room 214 on a USB before May 17th.
All those grads involved in Grad Fashion Show need to meet in Room 326, Mrs. Saunders room, tomorrow at 8:40 during WIN block or at the beginning of lunch.
Track and field today after school for distance runners and tomorrow at 12:40 for sprint runners.
Any students in Grade 10 or Grade 11 interested in being a mentor for our newest Trojans should pick up an application outside of Room 214. Deadline for applications is May 9th.
Any grad wishing to represent the Class of 2018 at graduation must see Mrs. Petersen by the end of the day tomorrow.
Course verification sheets are due TOMORROW, May 3rd.
• Mens Rugby: The rugby men defeated RHS at home yesterday 17-10. All the guys played well.
• Ball hockey finals will be tomorrow. The matchup is the 5th linerz versus the Shams. Come out to the gym at the very start of lunch for an intense game!
• A big thank you to anyone who bought ribbons and donated to the Humboldt Broncos on Thursday! In just one period we raised $846 for the families of the victims.
• Wednesday is the last coffee house of the year! Admission is $3 and it starts at 7pm right here at HTHS! Come on out to see some great Trojan talent perform!
• Congratulations to the HTHS concert band and vocal ensemble who both performed at the Greater Moncton Music Festival concert last night. Both groups performed excellently! There are no practices tonight.
• Congrats to the girls rugby team for taking home 2nd place in the Simonds High Ruggers Challenge this weekend. The girls went 3-2 and defeated Moncton High in the last game to take home the silver. Regular season kicks off next Monday
when we host Tantramar at 5pm.
• Congratulations goes out to our very own Peter Zhu on winning the Grand Prize at the River Valley Regional Science Fair in Fredericton yesterday. Peter will be moving on to the Canada Wide Science Fair in Ottawa next month! So if you
see him today be sure to congratulate him!
•The sign-up sheet for intramural badminton is outside the gym. It will be mixed doubles, so guys find a girl or girls find a guy to be partners with and sign up. Mr. Douthwright is looking for volunteers to help with intramural Badminton.
Reminder that Mel Rogers and Elise Hansen are representing Trimble at the regional badminton championship at Moncton High starting at 10am this Saturday. Please come out and support these Trojan athletes if you are able to.
• The Coffee House is next Wednesday night at 7pm. Admission is $3. Please see Mr. Douthwright if you want to perform in the coffee house as there are two performance spots left.
• A huge good luck goes out to the boys and girls rugby teams as they both have their very first tournament this weekend.
• This weekend a tragic crash claimed the lives of 16 members of the Humbolt Brocos Jr A hockey organization. On Thursday we ask you all to wear your favourite jersey or simply wear the colours of green and yellow to honour the Humboldt
Broncos. Anyone who is wearing a jersey or yellow and green could meet in the lobby at the very start of lunch for a picture. SC will be going around class to class during third period selling green and yellow ribbons for the Broncos. The ribbons are not
a fixed price but they are by donation as all proceeds will go to the victims’ families.
• There will be a meeting on Tuesday next week at lunch for anyone interested in dragon boat. Meeting will be in Saunders room.