Monday November 12, 2018

posted Nov 12, 2018, 6:04 AM by Yvonne Holbrook ‎[Staff]‎

·         On Friday night, the junior boys volleyball team closed their season in spectacular fashion in the Halton Championship.  The boys dominated the first set, cruising to an easy 25-15 win.  In the second set, the Kielburger Spartans rallied, making a much closer match, but the boys pushed hard in an amazing three point run to win it 27-25.  Player of the game goes to Robert Spataru for his relentless, unstoppable hitting.  The win caps an amazing season for this dedicated group of boys.  They opened their season with a tough fought loss, then used that loss to motivate them to work and play harder.  Over the course of the following six weeks, they brought home three tournament gold medals, and ended their seasons with an unbelievable thirty and one record, having never lost another game.  Congratulations to all the boys on an amazing season!!


·         Reminder that Senior girls volleyball tryouts begin today right after school; participants must bring their medical forms to tryout.  Junior girls volleyball forms are still available in room 184 and tryouts begin tomorrow.


·         Attention everyone who signed up to be part of a Relay for Life Committee:  The list is posted outside room 126 and the first meeting will be on Thursday at 7:30 in  the atrium.


·         There will be a Computer Science Club meeting Thursday after school in room 125. 


·         If you purchased a ticket for the football game on Thursday you must hand in your signed permission form to the main office by tomorrow or you will not be able to attend the game.  The bus will be leaving at the start of period 1 and returning for the start of period 4.  Please notify your teachers of your absence.


·         All students  helping at Grade 8 evening this Wednesday must meet Mrs O’Hara at the beginning of period 3 or 4 tomorrow in Guidance.


·         The ski and snowboard teams are having their first meetings after school tomorrow in rooms 214 and 212.  No previous racing experience necessary.