CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MIDDLE LEVEL SOCCER TEAM ON WINNING THE DISTRICT CO-ED BANNER!!
The ML Huskies went undefeated this season in the Co-ed soccer leaque! They went on to defeat CFAS in a decisive victory! Congrats Huskies!!
Volunteers are always welcome at our school. If you have a special talent you'd like to share, or just some of your valuable time - we welcome you to contact the school and see how you can help our wonderful students with enrichment and activities.
We Day is coming up on November 30th. Good luck to our students as they go off to Halifax to experience a fantastic We Day event!
Senior Basketball season is upon us. Watch for postings of games times and locations. Public are always welcome to come and cheer on our Huskies!
Farm to School
Farm to school Mondays continue every Monday. Thanks to Mike Carr at Jemseg River Farm for supporting our program and supplying us with lots of fresh produce for our salad bar. Meal cards cost $20 and give you 6 meals for the price of 5.
Community Food Smart Program
In partnership with the Community Food Action Network - community members are able to join the program and once a month order the produce bags. If you would like to join, just drop by the school and fill out a membership form. Orders go in on the first Thursday of the month and are packed and picked up at the school on the following Wednesday. The membership fee is $10 and the produce bags cost $15. (Approx. $35 - $40 value) If you would like more information about this program contact the school.
Sign up sheets for Elementary students have been will be sent home for the Art Club and Lego Club. Both groups meet once monthly in the Art Room. Students who are signed up are not required to come to every session, but we do ask that students sign up at the beginning of Sept. and January, so we can ensure there are enough supplies for all those signed up to participate. We ask Middle Level and High School students to sign up and help out as volunteers during these clubs.
This committee is open to students in Grades 5 – 12. We meet just 4 times a year and discuss general health topics, such as healthy eating and physical activity. Students also have an opportunity to help prep and serve the Farm 2 School lunch on a rotational basis. Students, who assist with Farm 2 School, receive that days’ lunch for free. Sign up sheets will be up in the classrooms this week.