Friday, September 23, 2016
There will be a minor hockey referees’ clinic on Sunday, Sept. 25 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the AYR Motor Centre. Bring $25.00 for registration fees, bring your skates and a helmet. For more information, contact Cliff McLeod or visit the Woodstock Minor Hockey website.
Seniors: Remember to return your grad write up and baby photo to Mrs. Burry this week. You can drop it off in the pocket on her door in the guidance office.
Guitar ensemble meeting today at 12:10
Reminder of the parent meeting for band and choir members on Tuesday, September 27 at 6:30 in the music room.
Band/choir Information forms are due today.
Chamber ensemble students will meet Monday at 12:10 in the music room.
In baseball action last night the first place Leo Hayes Lions defeated the hometown Thunder 16-3.
Next action for WHS is this Sunday when they travel to Fredericton for a re-match with Leo Hayes in the Western Conference zone playoffs. Players are asked to be at Fisher Field by 1:00.
The Swim Team is asked to meet in Mme. Cormier's room B207 at the beginning of lunch time for a brief meeting.
Today the cafeteria is serving chicken nuggets with a choice of rice or wedges or cheeseburger and wedges for $6.00
Boys’ hockey try-out Monday at 3:30 p.m. at AYR Motor Centre.
All cross country members please come down to the guidance office following announcements.
Students can return photo orders to the office.
There will be a GSA meeting in Mrs. Palmer's room, A 138, during the second half of lunch today. All those interested in joining, please attend.
Woodstock’s Fifth Annual Take Back the Night March
is hosted by the Woodstock Caring Communities Committee
and will be held this evening
in Downtown Woodstock
Meet at NBCC at 7:30 p.m.
The first Take Back the Night March began in England in 1877 as a protest against the violence and fear women encountered walking the streets at night. Since then, the Take Back the Night March has broadened into an annual event marked globally as a protest opposing all forms of violence against women which continues to be a pervasive social issue in our community.