Grade 8 Quebec City Trip
So far we have 36 students signed up for the Quebec City trip. We have not reached our quota of 45. The second payment has been delayed to January 16th. As a result, we will be informing students about whether the trip will be happening or not. Of course spots are available if Grade 8 studetns are intersted. Stay tuned for more information.
A RED MAPLE/SILVER BIRCH ANNOUNCEMENT…
After much anticipation the lists of Red Maple and Silver Birch participants have been posted at the intersection outside the Library and in Pride Square.
Students, please read the postings carefully. Do not just look for your name and walk away. Our meetings, all of which are mandatory, begin next Tuesday, January 16th; Period 7 for Red Maple and Period 8 for Silver Birch. This particular meeting will be important as Reading Contracts will be issued prior to the books. Meetings will be every Tuesday thereafter.
Language Arts’ teachers, thank you for the time and effort you invested in nominating this years’ Guild members.
Thanks also to this years’ Book Experts who are joining me in the role: Mrs. Faheem, Mrs. Aube, Mr. Hughes, Mrs. Slomek, Mrs. Dhanju, Mrs. Chard, Mr. Grandy, Ms. Schneller, Ms. Irons, Ms. Martins, Ms. Srinivas, Mrs. Campbell, Ms. McIver, Ms. Banerjee, Mr. Leondforde, Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Singh and Ms. Butt.
To all members of the GSA, or anyone else who wants to join us. Please meet in room 207 today at the beginning of lunch. We're going to work with our committees to begin implementing some of your great ideas. We look forward to seeing you.
There will be a mandatory Camp Kawartha meeting this Thursday, January 11th. The meeting will run from 11:10-12:10 in the gym. You do not need to bring your outdoor stuff as this meeting will be an hour long, please bring your lunch to the meeting. Also, a reminder to students who still have to pay the final installment, please have it to me by this Wednesday December 10th. Thanks, Miss. Karanjac
Happy New Year Centennial Lions!
This week with your teacher, you are going to have a chance to participate in the Pride Chain Project.
Each person in the school will write a quote or goal on a piece of construction paper. With the rest of your class, the papers will be made into a chain. All the chains will be connected and displayed in the hallways.
Some examples would be: "I will make one person smile each day." or "Be the change you want to see in the world."
Don't write a resolution that you don't intend to keep. The goal or quote should be something you can easily fulfill and will benefit the Centennial community.
All class chains are due to room 204 by the end of this week please.
Let's start 2018 off with a roar!