The TRHS Girls Hockey team is back after a 1-year hiatus and is hosting five
teams at the 'Titan Your Skates' hockey tournament this weekend at the Tantramar Memorial Civic
Centre. The team has had a great start, winning their first tournament in Middleton Nova Scotia
two weeks ago and have recently played very close games with provincial
favorites LJR and Clement Cormier . There are 8 grade 9s on the team this
year and the future is bright for this incredible group of girls. Please
come out and support the Titans!
Friday 4:15pm vs. Rothesay
Saturday 11;15am vs. Mirimichi Valley
Saturday 6:15pm vs. James M Hill
Full schedule: Titan Your Skates Schedule.docx
The Football Titans have completed a threepeat in New Brunswick 12 Man High School Football. The Titans battled the elements in coming from benind in the forth quarter to outlast the Moncton High Purple Knights 24-14 Saturday afternoon at Mount Allison's Alumni Field. Scoring touchdowns for Tantramar were Lucas Cormier on a 65 yard pass from QB Justin Vogels, and Jack Estabrooks who scored two forth quarter touchdowns on the ground putting the game out of reach with just under two minutes to go in the final quarter. Lucas Cormier was good on two converts and also caught a two point conversion. The win gives the Titans an overall record of 9-1 for the regular season and playoffs as they outscored their opponents 392-63.
The Football Titans have advanced to the New Brunswick High School Football Championship game for the third year in a row. The Titans defeated the Riverview Royals 35-0 on Jardine Field Saturday afternoon to secure their sport in the final game vs. Moncton High slated for this Saturday afternoon. The Titans had the best record in the league this season and therefore have earned the right to host Saturday's championship. Stay tuned for game time and location!
The Tantramar Titans last won a Provincial crown in varsity girls’ soccer in the 1996. With 4 consecutive appearances in the sport’s last Final Four events, the Sackville squad brought home gold and the banner from the AA Championships held in Campbellton on Saturday, 4 November. Best results had previously come in 2014 when the club won silver.
Eastern conference regular season and playoff champions, the Titans defeated Roland-Pépin Prédateurs 3-2 and lost 3-1 to Bathurst Phantoms at Regionals held in Sackville on 28 October to advance to Provincials as North-East #2.
Play at Provincials opened early Saturday when Tantramar defeated the South-West # 1 team – Rothesay Red Hawks on Campbellton’s Oval Field. Grade 11 striker Kyla Davis and Grade 9 striker Sara Grant scored in the first half for a 2-0 half-time lead. Rothesay scored at 42:27 but the Titans hung on for the win and earned a chance to advance to the final.
Hampton Huskies – South-West # 2 defeated Bathurst Phantoms – North-East # 1 by a score of 2-0 in the other Provincial semi.
The gold medal match was played on the Tide Field in Tide Head where Tantramar captured the 2017 AA title defeating Hampton 2-1. Grade 11 striker Kyla Davis and Grade 10 mid Anna Crossman led the Titan attack. Hampton scored one in the last minute of the match but the die was cast for the Titans – Provincial Champions!
The Lady Titans Varsity Girls Soccer team hosted the 2017 Northeast Regionals this past weekend.
Tantramar opened play with an overtime victory 3-2 over the Roland-Pépin Prédateurs of Campbellton in one of the day’s 2 Regional semi-finals. Grade 11 strikers Kyla Davis and Jesse Davis and Grade 9 striker Sara Grant scored for the Titans. Jesse notched the OT winning tally. The win guaranteed Tantramar a place in Provincials.
Bathurst Phantoms eliminated the Clément-Cormier Cavalières 1-0 in the other semi.
The Titans’ second game of the day was versus Bathurst High to determine Northeast # 1 and # 2 seeds for Provincials to be held Saturday, 4 November at Roland Pépin School in Campbellton. Bathurst won the game 3-1. Grade 10 mid Anna Crossman scored the Titans’ goal in the game.
Tantramar advances as NE # 2 and will face SW # 1 on Saturday, 4 November.
The Titans wish to thank their friends, family and fans for their super support at Regionals.
The Varsity Girls Soccer team is hosting the Northeast Regional tournament this weekend on the Lorne. St. Field in Sackville. Game times are:
10am - PRP vs. TRHS (semi # 1)
12pm - BHS vs. CC (semi # 2)
3:30pm - Winner 1 vs. Winner 2 (Final)
Admission to the event will be five dollars for adults and two dollars for students which covers all three games. Come to Lorne St. Saturday and cheer of your Titans.
TRHS would like to take this opportunity to
tell you about an enrichment program called SHAD. With over a 35 year track
record of creating transformational experiences that empower Canada's
exceptional youth, a common remark the organizers unfortunately still hear is "I
wish I had known about this when I was in high school!" Their
hope is that with your help, your child will not be ones to miss out on
the opportunity to experience the country's premier enrichment program.
What you can do? Talk to your child if they
are curious, creative & Change Makers. Champion their SHAD journey by
seeing their potential and encourage them to
apply before the November
In the words
of a fellow educator, "SHAD brings out so many of the students' strengths and
they come back renewed and completely blossomed; the shyer ones have come out
of their shells."
costs nothing for students to apply and significant bursaries & scholarships
are available to ensure that SHAD is financially accessible. The SHAD Fellow
designation is recognized by universities & scholarship providers, and will
lead to a lifetime of benefits through our powerful alumni network.
"SHAD empowers youth to embrace their desires to change
their community and world while challenging them to learn. Although I still do
not necessarily know what I want to do in my future, SHAD has given me a new
outlook on what is possible in the future. It's given me the self-confidence
and support I need to realize that I am fully capable of achieving any dream I
have." - SHAD Fellow 2017
TRHS is looking to build a legacy of enrichment and to unleash the leadership &
innovative potential of our students.
Learn more at: www.shad.ca
The Varsity Girls’ Soccer Titans had a great week in the AA Eastern Conference playoffs this week.
On Tuesday (17th) the team played host to the J.M.A. Armstrong Cougars. The game was a Conference semi-final with the regular season # 1 Titans playing the 4th place finisher.
The Titans were victorious by a score of 6-0.
Scorers were Grade 11 striker Kyla Davis with 3; Grade 10 mid Anna Crossman with 2 and Grade 9 striker Sara Grant with 1.
Grade 12 keeper Abby Lane had the shutout.
On Thursday (19th) the Lady Titans hosted the Clément-Cormier Cavalières in the Conference Championship game. Sackville presented its usual monster winds and the Titans faced them and their opponents and successfully defended their zone through the first half.
Grade 11 striker Jesse Davis scored the game’s lone goal at 62:13 to give her team the big win. Grade 12 keeper Abby Lane added another shut out to her season record.
The big win allows the Titans to advance as East #1 to Northeast Regionals and to host that event in Sackville on 28 October. Times and venue to be confirmed.
The Lady Titans defeated arch-rivals Clement-Cormier 3-0 in a tie-breaking match!
In doing so, they won the regular season pennant and the right to host #4 JMA tomorrow Tuesday at 5pm at TRHS. Come out and support your Titans.
TRHS will host their annual Spookwalk on Monday, October 30 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Admittance fee is $4, per person, per tour. For our youngest visitors, ages 8 and under, we will also host a kid’s room with age appropriate activities and treats between 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Come wander the haunted hallways of Tantramar High on the evening of Oct 30 and see if we can spook you! Proceeds of this event will help our Titans in Need.
The Lady Titans had a road game and a home stand in Week 5 of the AA Eastern Conference this week and notched 2 wins.
On Tuesday (10th), the Titans travelled to Rexton and faced the Bonar Law Memorial Bengals. Tantramar won the game 10-0.
Grade 12 mid Mackenzie Allen and Grade 9 striker Sara Grant each had hat-tricks in the match. Grade 12 mid Kathryn Whittemore, Grade 11 strikers Jesse and Kyla Davis and Grade 10 mid Anna Crossman added singles to the Titan tally. Grade 12 keeper, Abby Lane earned the shutout.
On Thursday (12th), the Titans hosted their final regular season game when the J.M.A. Armstrong Cougars came to town. The Titans won the game 9-0.
Grade 10 mid Anna Crossman led the attack with 3 goals. Grade 11 striker Kyla Davis and Grade striker Sara Grant added 2 each. Grade 11 striker Jesse Davis and Grade 12 mid Mackenzie Allen added singletons for Tantramar. Grade 12 keeper, Abby Lane was awarded the shutout.
The East Conference playoffs begin next week. The Titans have earned a semi-final home game. Opponents are yet to be determined.
This year's grad council have been busy planning fundraisers and grad spirit events.
Grad Fees can be paid through cash on-line. Grad fees are $100 and cover the costs associated with graduation including the graduation banquet, Prom and Safe Grad, the Graduation Ceremony and the Grad Reception.
The Grad Council has been planning their annual gift card fundraiser and are asking all grads to please donate a gift card of $20 or more. Gift cards should be given directly to Ms. Hardy in Room 238/240.
The Grad Council will be hosting a Pizza Party on Thursday, October 12th in the Breakfast Room for all grads.
You can reserve your 2017 - 2018 Yearbook now by paying for it through Cash on line at a early bird price of $40. Kaitlyn Barkley, yearbook editor and Mrs. Amy MacDonal, yearbook staff advisor, are currently asking graduates to submit their baby pictures. Baby pictures must be a printed copy, with the graduates first and last name printed on the back. Please bring your baby pictures to Mrs. MacDonald directly in room 225.
Last Friday, Oct 6, the Cultures of Tantramar group hosted their first pot luck lunch in the breakfast room. Around 80 students enjoyed tasting Indian, Japenese, Pakinstany, German and other international foods prepared by students who have joined this group. Currently there are between 10 to 15 students who join their teacher advisor, Mr. LeBlanc and founding member, grade 12 student Yahya Farooqi, every Wednesday at lunch. This group promotes multiculturism at TRHS and is always looking for new members.
Congratulations to TRHS grade 12 student Beverley Booth and alumni Alison and Nicole Booth who competed a few weeks agon in a 4H event in Nova Scotia. Out of all the entries, only 10 beef members where chosen to move on to the Toronto Agricultural Winter Fair. The Dusty Breeze Family Farm won 4 of these 10 spots. In November, Beverley and her sisters will compete in the open competition that will see over 70 contestants. Way to go Beverley!!!
Congratulations to TRHS graduating student Lauren Shaw and her Team New Brunswhick Ladies Hockey Team on their first place finish in the Atlantic Challenge Cup that took place over the weekend.
This year's Terry Fox run generated a $1000.00 donation for the Terry Fox Foundation. Forty two students participated on a beautiful September afternoon. Domini Fournier generated the most donations ($242.00). Way to go Titans!!!
Mrs. Lisa Martin's grades 10, 11 and 12 visual art students are making art quilts. What makes this especially interesting is that they are wiring, from scratch, LED lights into the quilts and creating simple circuits. Mrs. Martine has partnered with Brilliant Labs who has sent her a nice array of clips, lights, adafruit microcontrollers, etc... The class has also purchased batteries, battery holders and conductive thread. While most students have never worked with electronics before, they have been coming up with solutions on their own when things don't work. Several students have decided they want to take the fibre art and electronics a step further and do an individualized project. Mrs. Martin has been learning a great deal from this experience. The grade 10 students in particular are very engaged in this.
On October 31st, 13 immersion students from TRHS will join 200+ other immersion students from across the district at the Université de Moncton for Français pour l'Avenir. We will celebrate having a second language, learn about the many opportunities available to them because they have an additional language in which they can communicate, and hear inspirational stories from people who use a second language in their day-to-day activities.
The Lady Titans split their pair of AA East varsity soccer games this week.
On Tuesday, the squad travelled to Bouctouche and battled long-time rivals for 69 tough and exciting minutes before Clément-Cormier notched a last minute goal off a corner kick for a 1-0 victory.
On Thursday, on their home pitch at TRHS, the Titans came back from a half-time 1-0 deficit with 4 unanswered goals to defeat the L. J. Robichaud Patriotes 4-1. Scorers included Grade 10 mid Anna Crossman with 2 and singles by Grade 12 mid Mackenzie Allen and Grade 11 striker Kyla Davis.
Up next for the Lady Titans will be a road game at Bonar Law Memorial in Rexton on 10 October at 5pm.
Student Fees for the 2017 - 2018 school year are now past due. Thank you to all students who have paid their student fees. For those who have not paid, the fees are as follows:
Grade 9 - $40
Grades 10, 11 and 12 - $30
Student fees can be paid through cash on-line or with cash at the main office during lunch time.
The Varsity Girls Soccer Titans hosted arch-rival Clément-Cormier Cavalières and earned a 1-0 home field victory on Tuesday.
Titan Grade 11 striker Jesse Davis scored the game’s only goal at 5:20 of the first half.
The teams battled through the rest of the game but the Titans crisp passing and tight defence prevailed.
Next up for the team is a visit to face L.J. Robichaud Patriotes of Shediac, Thursday, 28 September at 5pm.
On Thursday, the Titans travelled to Shediac to play their first game of the season versis LJR. Tantramar came away with a convincing 5-0 victory over their hosts.
Grade 11 striker Jesse Davis scored 2 goals while singles were added by grade 10 mid Anna Crossman; grade 11 striker Kyla Davis and Grade 9 rookie Sara Grant.
With 4 wins and no losses to date, the TItans have a share of first place with one game in hand.
The next game for the squad is an away game vs. Clemont-Cormier in Boucthouche on Tuesday, 3 October at 5pm.
On Saturday, Sept. 16th TRHS students were invited by RHS to join in the in the Becca Schofield Day Challenge. The challenge: make the world a better place through acts of kindness. Titans contributed 313 acts of
kindness that day, including a visit to the Drew Nursing Home to help transport the residents down to
a safe location to watch the Sackville Fall Fair Parade. The students also
brought balloons with uplifting messages, happy faces, etc written on them with
sharpies to spread a little cheer. These acts of kindness were two-fold as the
students also helped relieve the nurses/LPNs from this task. We had about 50
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The Varsity Girls' Soccer Titans kicked off their 2017 soccer season on Jardine Field at TRHS with a decisive 5-0 victory over Bonar Law Bengals.
Markswomen included: strikers Grade 9 Sara Grant who scored 2 goals, the first of her high school career and Grade 11's Kyla and Jesse Davis with one each and mid-field Grade 10 - Anna Crossman with a single.
The team sees action next on September 21st when the squad travels to Salisbury to take on the J.M.A. Armstrong Cougars in a 5pm start.
The 2017 Pascal (grade 9), Cayley (grade 10) and Fermat (grade 11) Contests were written by more than 64,000 students from over 1500 schools in March. These competitions are organized by the University of Waterloo. At TRHS we had 43 students participate. Certificates of Distinction are given to students ranking in the top 25% of contestants in each contest. Medals are awarded to the top student in each contest in the school.
Today we celebrated all of our participants. A big thank you to Mrs. Jones for organizing the competitions at the school level, and to Bobby Sorba from Mt. A who provided weekly enrichment sessions for these students.
Special congratulations to the following students:
Grade 9- Zachary Strong (certificate of Distinction & medal)
Peyton Beaver (certificate of Distinction)
Grade 10- Justin Vogels (certificate of Distinction & medal)
Grade 11- Harry Griffiths (certificate of Distinction & medal)
Maeve Cockshutt (certificate of Distinction)
Way to go Titans!
will be taking part in a school-wide conference at the school called
“What’s Your Thing”. Organized by our student leader group Youth in
Action for Mental Health, in
Partnership with Partners for Youth NB and Anglophone East School District. The focus for the day will be on
educational activities and strategies for maintaining positive mental
health. These outcomes are part of our health curricula and a
strategic priority of the District Education Council.
to the NB Student Wellness survey our students completed last year, 25% of our
population exhibits chronic absenteeism from school, and only 19% report
knowing where to go in their community to get help.
Youth mental health is a priority of Tantramar
Regional High School and our goal is to engage youth around this topic.
recognizes young people’s right to participate in decisions that impact them
and acknowledges the great skills and strengths they bring to the table. It
injects young people as valued stakeholders into creating effective and
inclusive policies, programs and environments.”
Some of the topics for
the day include:
· Understanding the difference between mental
health and mental illness (mental health continuum)
· Learning tools to assist in preserving
positive mental health and resiliency (sleep, mindfulness, yoga, dance,
physical activity, crafting, worry rocks, healthy eating habits)
· Address issues identified by the student
mental health committee such as: stress relief, stigma, drug abuse
(self-medication), the need for resources, the ability to communicate,
sensitivity and awareness to negative commentary, loneliness, sense of
On Tuesday, March 21st, there was an info. session for parents on the French Second Language programs offerred at high school (French Immersion and Post-Intensive French). Attached is a presentation for those who were unable to attend. For more information, please contact Mme. Gabrielle Boucher at firstname.lastname@example.org.