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MAY 29.2017 - This is a Week A

Track and Field
Congratulations to Laura Cernea and Kyra Chang-Lewis who competed at the South Region track and field championships in St. Catharines last Friday. Only the top 5 athletes from the ROPSSAA championships qualifed to this meet and only the top 4 from the regional meet move on to the Ontario finals. Laura Cernea ran to a 7 second personal best in the Junior Girls 3000m and Kyra Chang-Lewis ran to her personal best in the Senior Girls 200m. Kyra finished 2nd overall and has qualified to OFSAA in Belleville. Please take the time to congratulate both athletes when you see them and to wish Kyra well as she competes against the best in the province.

Nerd Club & CIC Cancellation
Attention all members of Nerd Club and Creative Illustration Club! Due to circumstances beyond our control, the meeting for Tuesday night, May 30, is cancelled. We'll get together for more fun and games next week!

Mr. Marshall's farewell: May 29th 3 - 4:45 in the aud. Stop by 104 first to put on a costume that he has made!
Reminder about Mr. Marshall's farewell drop in on Monday after school in the auditorium. Please stop by room 104 first to put on one of the costumes Mr. Marshall has made over the years. :)

Ramadan Accommodations During Lunch
Welcome Ramadan! For those students who will be observing the month of fasting from Monday May 29 -June 16, 2017, we will be providing Room 214 (Back room in the open area) for a time to rest, reflect and pray during your lunch in Period C and Period D. Speak with Ms. Alim or Ms. Mohiuddin if you have any questions.

Ultimate Frisbee Team
Yesterday, the ultimate frisbee team played in very windy, cold and rainy conditions in the ROPSSAA semi-finals. They played very well but lost to Port Credit by one point. Despite the loss, the team still advances to the OFSAA South Regional tournament next week.

Activity Points
Activity points accumulate toward medallions in Arts, Athletics, Citizenship and Scholarship. Each year students have an opportunity to correct points for the current school year only. This year students can verify activity points between June 2nd & June9th in the library. If there is an error or omisison, students must submit a correction form. This is the only opportunity to correct points for the 2016-2017 school year. You cannot fix points for past years. Don't miss this opportunity.

Mr. Marshall is retiring as our costume designer! Come to his sendoff May 29th in the auditorium after school!
Hey Cawthra! Have you ever worked on the fall musical or the spring play!? Have you been on stage or back stage for any of our major productions? If you HAVE, then you've worked with Mr Marshall, our incredible costume designer! It is time for us all to wish Mr. Marshall well as he starts his "Second Retirement"!. He will no longer be working on our shows and his contributions will be greatly missed. If you would like to help us send him off in style, please drop by the auditorium on Monday the 29th right after school. See Ms Tiller for questions.

Toronto Fringe Festival - Summer workshops for Teens.  See Ms. Tiller for details!
Attention all singers dancers and actors!!! The Toroto Fringe Festival is having thier first-ever summer arts training program for teens, Teen Fringe! This brand new program pairs teens with arts professionals in singing, dancing, and acting, for a once-in-a-lifetime week of training, culminating in a performance in a Fringe show on the closing night of the 2017 Toronto Fringe! Students also get a free Rush pass, which allows them to access 100% of Fringe's shows! The program runs July 12-16, 2017 during the Toronto Fringe and applications close in less than a month on June 6, 2017. Early submissions encouraged. The program fee is $150 for 5 days of training and bursaries are available based on financial need. Full program info and sign up see Ms. Tiller in the drama department. Don't miss this amazing opportunity.

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

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MAY 26.2017 - This is a Week B

Athletic Association meeting today
Could all members of the Athletic Council meet Mr. Palias at the boys Phys. Ed. office right after these announcements for a brief but important meeting.

Prom
This is a message for all students attending prom. Prom is one week away! Please ensure you arrive at the Mississauga Convention Centre for 5:30pm. Ensure you bring your ticket and a piece of ID with you​. A reminder that there is no "in and out priviledges"...once you are admitted into the hall you may not leave. If you have any questions, please see Ms. M in the social science office before next Wednesday.

Ultimate Frisbee Team
Yesterday, the ultimate frisbee team played in very windy, cold and rainy conditions in the ROPSSAA semi-finals. They played very well but lost to Port Credit by one point. Despite the loss, the team still advances to the OFSAA South Regional tournament next week.

Activity Points
Activity points accumulate toward medallions in Arts, Athletics, Citizenship and Scholarship. Each year students have an opportunity to correct points for the current school year only. This year students can verify activity points between June 2nd & June9th in the library. If there is an error or omisison, students must submit a correction form. This is the only opportunity to correct points for the 2016-2017 school year. You cannot fix points for past years. Don't miss this opportunity.

Mr. Marshall is retiring as our costume designer! Come to his sendoff May 29th in the auditorium after school!
Hey Cawthra! Have you ever worked on the fall musical or the spring play!? Have you been on stage or back stage for any of our major productions? If you HAVE, then you've worked with Mr Marshall, our incredible costume designer! It is time for us all to wish Mr. Marshall well as he starts his "Second Retirement"!. He will no longer be working on our shows and his contributions will be greatly missed. If you would like to help us send him off in style, please drop by the auditorium on Monday the 29th right after school. See Ms Tiller for questions.

Toronto Fringe Festival - Summer workshops for Teens.  See Ms. Tiller for details!
Attention all singers dancers and actors!!! The Toroto Fringe Festival is having thier first-ever summer arts training program for teens, Teen Fringe! This brand new program pairs teens with arts professionals in singing, dancing, and acting, for a once-in-a-lifetime week of training, culminating in a performance in a Fringe show on the closing night of the 2017 Toronto Fringe! Students also get a free Rush pass, which allows them to access 100% of Fringe's shows! The program runs July 12-16, 2017 during the Toronto Fringe and applications close in less than a month on June 6, 2017. Early submissions encouraged. The program fee is $150 for 5 days of training and bursaries are available based on financial need. Full program info and sign up see Ms. Tiller in the drama department. Don't miss this amazing opportunity.

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

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MAY 25.2017 - This is a Week B

Activity Points
Activity points accumulate toward medallions in Arts, Athletics, Citizenship and Scholarship. Each year students have an opportunity to correct points for the current school year only. This year students can verify activity points between June 2nd & June9th in the library. If there is an error or omisison, students must submit a correction form. This is the only opportunity to correct points for the 2016-2017 school year. You cannot fix points for past years. Don't miss this opportunity.

Mr. Marshall is retiring as our costume designer! Come to his sendoff May 29th in the auditorium after school!
Hey Cawthra! Have you ever worked on the fall musical or the spring play!? Have you been on stage or back stage for any of our major productions? If you HAVE, then you've worked with Mr Marshall, our incredible costume designer! It is time for us all to wish Mr. Marshall well as he starts his "Second Retirement"!. He will no longer be working on our shows and his contributions will be greatly missed. If you would like to help us send him off in style, please drop by the auditorium on Monday the 29th right after school. See Ms Tiller for questions.

Ultimate Frisbee
Yesterday, our ultimate Frisbee team won their quarter-final match against Clarkson 15-3. Come and cheer them on in the semis on Thursday here at Cawthra. Semis are at 1:30 and Finals at 3:30pm.

Track and Field
Congratulations to members of Cawthra's track and field team who competed at the ROPSSAA championships on Thursday and Friday last week. Most team members set personal bests in their events which is all a coach can ask for! Highlights of the meet included Avery Hyjek making the finals in the 80m Hurdles, Devon Pendergast finishing 8th in the Long Jump, Liam McConnell setting his personal best twice in the Javelin and finishing 8th, Laura Cernea finishing 4th in the 3000m and Kyra Chang-Lewis finishing 4th in the 200m. Both Laura and Kyra have qualified to advance to the South Region track meet on Friday. There are practices this week for any team member that wants to continue to train. Also, there is a team meeting for ALL team members on Wednesday morning at 8:15am in Gym AB.

Toronto Fringe Festival - Summer workshops for Teens.  See Ms. Tiller for details!
Attention all singers dancers and actors!!! The Toroto Fringe Festival is having thier first-ever summer arts training program for teens, Teen Fringe! This brand new program pairs teens with arts professionals in singing, dancing, and acting, for a once-in-a-lifetime week of training, culminating in a performance in a Fringe show on the closing night of the 2017 Toronto Fringe! Students also get a free Rush pass, which allows them to access 100% of Fringe's shows! The program runs July 12-16, 2017 during the Toronto Fringe and applications close in less than a month on June 6, 2017. Early submissions encouraged. The program fee is $150 for 5 days of training and bursaries are available based on financial need. Full program info and sign up see Ms. Tiller in the drama department. Don't miss this amazing opportunity.

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

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MAY 24.2017 - This is a Week B

Ultimate Frisbee
Yesterday, our ultimate Frisbee team won their quarter-final match against Clarkson 15-3. Come and cheer them on in the semis on Thursday here at Cawthra. Semis are at 1:30 and Finals at 3:30pm.

Track and Field
Congratulations to members of Cawthra's track and field team who competed at the ROPSSAA championships on Thursday and Friday last week. Most team members set personal bests in their events which is all a coach can ask for! Highlights of the meet included Avery Hyjek making the finals in the 80m Hurdles, Devon Pendergast finishing 8th in the Long Jump, Liam McConnell setting his personal best twice in the Javelin and finishing 8th, Laura Cernea finishing 4th in the 3000m and Kyra Chang-Lewis finishing 4th in the 200m. Both Laura and Kyra have qualified to advance to the South Region track meet on Friday. There are practices this week for any team member that wants to continue to train. Also, there is a team meeting for ALL team members on Wednesday morning at 8:15am in Gym AB.

Toronto Fringe Festival - Summer workshops for Teens.  See Ms. Tiller for details!
Attention all singers dancers and actors!!! The Toroto Fringe Festival is having thier first-ever summer arts training program for teens, Teen Fringe! This brand new program pairs teens with arts professionals in singing, dancing, and acting, for a once-in-a-lifetime week of training, culminating in a performance in a Fringe show on the closing night of the 2017 Toronto Fringe! Students also get a free Rush pass, which allows them to access 100% of Fringe's shows! The program runs July 12-16, 2017 during the Toronto Fringe and applications close in less than a month on June 6, 2017. Early submissions encouraged. The program fee is $150 for 5 days of training and bursaries are available based on financial need. Full program info and sign up see Ms. Tiller in the drama department. Don't miss this amazing opportunity.

CAF closed for periods B and A on May 24th
CAF is CLOSED for periods B and A on Wed., May 24th for Grade 9 podcast workshop.

Crossbar Challenge
Hey Cawthra! Do you think you have the soccer skills to hit the crossbar? Come out to the field on Wednesday May 24th during your lunch for the first annual crossbar challenge, brought to you by the Athletic Association! See you there!

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

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MAY 23.2017 - This is a Week B

Baseball Team
Attention all members of the Cawthra Park baseball team.  Please meet in the gym on Wednesday after school for the yearbook team photo.  Bring your uniform.

Beginner's Yoga class for students
Hey Cawthra!  Today there will be a beginner's yoga and guided meditation class for students in room 103 during periods C and D.  Stop by to relax and unwind from the day.  See you there!

Track and Field
Congratulations to members of Cawthra's track and field team who competed at the ROPSSAA championships on Thursday and Friday last week. Most team members set personal bests in their events which is all a coach can ask for! Highlights of the meet included Avery Hyjek making the finals in the 80m Hurdles, Devon Pendergast finishing 8th in the Long Jump, Liam McConnell setting his personal best twice in the Javelin and finishing 8th, Laura Cernea finishing 4th in the 3000m and Kyra Chang-Lewis finishing 4th in the 200m. Both Laura and Kyra have qualified to advance to the South Region track meet on Friday. There are practices this week for any team member that wants to continue to train. Also, there is a team meeting for ALL team members on Wednesday morning at 8:15am in Gym AB.

Beginner's Yoga for students
Hey Cawthra!  On Tuesday, May 23rd, there will be a beginner's yoga and guided meditation class in room 103 during periods C and D.  Stop by to relax and unwind from the day.  See you there!

Toronto Fringe Festival - Summer workshops for Teens.  See Ms. Tiller for details!
Attention all singers dancers and actors!!! The Toroto Fringe Festival is having thier first-ever summer arts training program for teens, Teen Fringe! This brand new program pairs teens with arts professionals in singing, dancing, and acting, for a once-in-a-lifetime week of training, culminating in a performance in a Fringe show on the closing night of the 2017 Toronto Fringe! Students also get a free Rush pass, which allows them to access 100% of Fringe's shows! The program runs July 12-16, 2017 during the Toronto Fringe and applications close in less than a month on June 6, 2017. Early submissions encouraged. The program fee is $150 for 5 days of training and bursaries are available based on financial need. Full program info and sign up see Ms. Tiller in the drama department. Don't miss this amazing opportunity.

CAF closed for periods B and A on May 24th
CAF is CLOSED for periods B and A on Wed., May 24th for Grade 9 podcast workshop.

Crossbar Challenge
Hey Cawthra! Do you think you have the soccer skills to hit the crossbar? Come out to the field on Wednesday May 24th during your lunch for the first annual crossbar challenge, brought to you by the Athletic Association! See you there!

Ultimate Frisbee Team
Yesterday, your ultimate frisbee team finished off the regular season with back to back wins against Father Goetz (15-5) and Gordon Graydon (15-3). Our team finished the regular season undefeated and will play in the quarter-finals next week Tuesday here at Cawthra after school. Come and cheer them on!

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

Summer School - Catholic Board
Today is the last day to register for summer school with the Catholic School Board.  After today registration will be walk-in registration only.

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MAY 19.2017 - This is a Week A

3:30 theatre
Delicious treats!! Delicious treats!! Hey Cawthra Park!! There will be a bake sale this Friday in the cafeteria on both lunches in support of 3:30 theatre. The grade 11 drama class is proud to bring you these treats, and be sure to ask them to keep you posted for our performance dates in June. See you then.

Toronto Fringe Festival - Summer workshops for Teens.  See Ms. Tiller for details!
Attention all singers dancers and actors!!! The Toroto Fringe Festival is having thier first-ever summer arts training program for teens, Teen Fringe! This brand new program pairs teens with arts professionals in singing, dancing, and acting, for a once-in-a-lifetime week of training, culminating in a performance in a Fringe show on the closing night of the 2017 Toronto Fringe! Students also get a free Rush pass, which allows them to access 100% of Fringe's shows! The program runs July 12-16, 2017 during the Toronto Fringe and applications close in less than a month on June 6, 2017. Early submissions encouraged. The program fee is $150 for 5 days of training and bursaries are available based on financial need. Full program info and sign up see Ms. Tiller in the drama department. Don't miss this amazing opportunity.

CAF closed for periods B and A on May 24th
CAF is CLOSED for periods B and A on Wed., May 24th for Grade 9 podcast workshop.

Fastpitch practice
Attention girls fastpitch team! We have a practice at AE Crookes after school on Thursday May 18. See you there!

Crossbar Challenge
Hey Cawthra! Do you think you have the soccer skills to hit the crossbar? Come out to the field on Wednesday May 24th during your lunch for the first annual crossbar challenge, brought to you by the Athletic Association! See you there!

Ultimate Frisbee Team
Yesterday, your ultimate frisbee team finished off the regular season with back to back wins against Father Goetz (15-5) and Gordon Graydon (15-3). Our team finished the regular season undefeated and will play in the quarter-finals next week Tuesday here at Cawthra after school. Come and cheer them on!

Valedictorian Nomination Forms
Valedictorian Nomination Forms are available at the student counter.  It is both an honour and a privilege to be selected for this role.  Selection will be based upon the individual who best represents the spirit and the accomplishments of the graduating class.  Good luck to all nominees.  You must return the completed forms to the student counter by Friday May 19th. 

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Recycling
It's Flip your Bin Friday!  Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom or office for pick up!  Thanks for being Green, Cawthra!

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MAY 17.2017 - This is a Week A

Fastpitch practice
Attention girls fastpitch team! We have a practice at AE Crookes after school on Thursday May 18. See you there!

Crossbar Challenge
Hey Cawthra! Do you think you have the soccer skills to hit the crossbar? Come out to the field on Wednesday May 24th during your lunch for the first annual crossbar challenge, brought to you by the Athletic Association! See you there!

Ultimate Frisbee Team
Yesterday, your ultimate frisbee team finished off the regular season with back to back wins against Father Goetz (15-5) and Gordon Graydon (15-3). Our team finished the regular season undefeated and will play in the quarter-finals next week Tuesday here at Cawthra after school. Come and cheer them on!

Valedictorian Nomination Forms
Valedictorian Nomination Forms are available at the student counter.  It is both an honour and a privilege to be selected for this role.  Selection will be based upon the individual who best represents the spirit and the accomplishments of the graduating class.  Good luck to all nominees.  You must return the completed forms to the student counter by Friday May 19th. 

Avogadro Contest
The Avogadro Chemistry Contest will be written Thursday, May 18th during period D in room 311.  Please see Mr. Pilgun or Ms. Fitzpatrick to confirm your registration. 

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

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MAY 16.2017 - This is a Week A

Ultimate Frisbee Team
Yesterday, your ultimate frisbee team finished off the regular season with back to back wins against Father Goetz (15-5) and Gordon Graydon (15-3). Our team finished the regular season undefeated and will play in the quarter-finals next week Tuesday here at Cawthra after school. Come and cheer them on!

Valedictorian Nomination Forms
Valedictorian Nomination Forms are available at the student counter.  It is both an honour and a privilege to be selected for this role.  Selection will be based upon the individual who best represents the spirit and the accomplishments of the graduating class.  Good luck to all nominees.  You must return the completed forms to the student counter by Friday May 19th. 

Avogadro Contest
The Avogadro Chemistry Contest will be written Thursday, May 18th during period D in room 311.  Please see Mr. Pilgun or Ms. Fitzpatrick to confirm your registration. 

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

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MAY 15.2017 - This is a Week A

Girls Fastpitch
Congratulations to girls fastpitch team who started their season on Friday with 2 wins. All players contributed greatly throughout the day recording at least one hit each! The game against David Suzuki proved to be the most exciting game of the day, with the girls coming behind from a 2-0 deficit in the 5th inning to win 6-3! Timely hits by Natalie Murdoch and Emily McKenzie were the difference. A big shout out to also goes to Bailey Gushue who pitched a strong 7 innings. The girls are reminded of their practice on Thursday!

Ultimate Frisbee team wins again!
Yesterday, your ultimate frisbee A team beat a tough St. Martins squad 12-9. This puts them in first place in our division! Come and cheer them on this coming Monday asthey play Father Goetz and Gordon Graydon in their final regular season matches.

Valedictorian Nomination Forms
Valedictorian Nomination Forms are available at the student counter.  It is both an honour and a privilege to be selected for this role.  Selection will be based upon the individual who best represents the spirit and the accomplishments of the graduating class.  Good luck to all nominees.  You must return the completed forms to the student counter by Friday May 19th. 

Avogadro Contest
The Avogadro Chemistry Contest will be written Thursday, May 18th during period D in room 311.  Please see Mr. Pilgun or Ms. Fitzpatrick to confirm your registration. 

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

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MAY 8.2017 - This is a Week B

Teacher Ball earns Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence
Congratulations Teacher Ball for earning the Prime Minister's Award for Excellence in Teaching. You inspire us to grow beyond our normal potential. We think more deeply, we see more clearly, we engage the world in more socially responsible ways due to your efforts. Thank you for your awesomeness.​

Fastpitch Practice
Attention girls fastpitch team! Our first practice will be on Tuesday May 9 at 3:30 at the softball diamond at A.E. Crookes Park. You must hand in your form and money before our first practice. Please see a coach as soon as possible if you know you will not be able to attend.

Visual Arts Springfest
Visual Arts Springfest is Thursday, May 11 from 6-9 pm. The school will be filled with fresh, new art. There will be installations, projections, performance, and interactive work that you cannot see during the day. There will also be food art, something to think about as you eat. Incredible Art, Edible Art. Visual Arts Springfest May 11.

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

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MAY 5.2017 - This is a Week A

Garden Work Party Rescheduled
This Sunday's Garden Work Party has been rescheduled for next Saturday, May 13th at 11:00am.  We hope that many of you will still be able to come out next weekend to help create our teaching garden.  Bring your shovels and hammers and earn some community hours!

Senior Boys Soccer
The Senior Boys Soccer Team continue their unbeaten streak with a 3 - 0 victory over Gordon Graydon!

Fastpitch Practice
Attention girls fastpitch team! Our first practice will be on Tuesday May 9 at 3:30 at the softball diamond at A.E. Crookes Park. You must hand in your form and money before our first practice. Please see a coach as soon as possible if you know you will not be able to attend.

Warsaw Caves Camping Trip
Senior mentors need for the Warsaw Caves Trip! If you are in grad 11 or 12 and would like to be a senior leader on the Warsaw Caves camping trip, Please attend a meeting Friday after school in room 317 or contact Ms. Fitzpatick. Application forms can be found on her website.

Visual Arts Springfest
Visual Arts Springfest is Thursday, May 11 from 6-9 pm. The school will be filled with fresh, new art. There will be installations, projections, performance, and interactive work that you cannot see during the day. There will also be food art, something to think about as you eat. Incredible Art, Edible Art. Visual Arts Springfest May 11.

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

Garden Work Party
You are invited to a Garden Work Party on Sun May 7 11:00am. Bring a shovel, friends and family. Free pizza and community hours. RSVP to Ms. Fitzpatricks webpage or drop by in person

LEAP
Volunteer Fair is in the front foyer this Friday, May 5th! Talk to organization representatives and find local volunteering opportunities to help out in your community and get your 40 hours! -Brought to you by LEAP!

LEAP
Cans, Books, Cupcakes!!! Friday, May 5th, bring in canned foods or gently used books in exchange for a free cupcake! Non-parishables will be donated to our local food bank, and the books will be sent to Books With No Bounds, a non-profit organization, to aide the lack of learning resources in remote indigenous Canadian communities. Cans, Books, Cupcakes will be in the front foyer periods C and D this Friday!! -Brought to you by LEAP!

Volunteer board
Reminder to students looking for volunteer hours to check the volunteer board for the latest opportunities,

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Recycling
It's Flip your Bin Friday!  Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom or office for pick up!  Thanks for being Green, Cawthra!

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MAY 4.2017 - This is a Week A

Fastpitch Practice
Attention girls fastpitch team! Our first practice will be on Tuesday May 9 at 3:30 at the softball diamond at A.E. Crookes Park. Please see a coach as soon as possible if you know you will not be able to attend.

Warsaw Caves Camping Trip
Senior mentors need for the Warsaw Caves Trip! If you are in grad 11 or 12 and would like to be a senior leader on the Warsaw Caves camping trip, Please attend a meeting Friday after school in room 317 or contact Ms. Fitzpatick. Application forms can be found on her website.

Visual Arts Springfest
Visual Arts Springfest is Thursday, May 11 from 6-9 pm. The school will be filled with fresh, new art. There will be installations, projections, performance, and interactive work that you cannot see during the day. There will also be food art, something to think about as you eat. Incredible Art, Edible Art. Visual Arts Springfest May 11.

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

Garden Work Party
You are invited to a Garden Work Party on Sun May 7 11:00am. Bring a shovel, friends and family. Free pizza and community hours. RSVP to Ms. Fitzpatricks webpage or drop by in person

LEAP
Volunteer Fair is in the front foyer this Friday, May 5th! Talk to organization representatives and find local volunteering opportunities to help out in your community and get your 40 hours! -Brought to you by LEAP!

LEAP
Cans, Books, Cupcakes!!! Friday, May 5th, bring in canned foods or gently used books in exchange for a free cupcake! Non-parishables will be donated to our local food bank, and the books will be sent to Books With No Bounds, a non-profit organization, to aide the lack of learning resources in remote indigenous Canadian communities. Cans, Books, Cupcakes will be in the front foyer periods C and D this Friday!! -Brought to you by LEAP!

Volunteer board
Reminder to students looking for volunteer hours to check the volunteer board for the latest opportunities,

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

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​MAY 3.2017 - This is a Week A

Gr. 11 Comm Tech reminder
Gr. 11 Comm Tech students in Mr. Venema's class are reminded to applaud the genius and vision of the late great David Sarnoff.

Warsaw Caves Camping Trip
Senior mentors need for the Warsaw Caves Trip! If you are in grad 11 or 12 and would like to be a senior leader on the Warsaw Caves camping trip, Please attend a meeting Friday after school in room 317 or contact Ms. Fitzpatick. Application forms can be found on her website.

Visual Arts Springfest
Visual Arts Springfest is Thursday, May 11 from 6-9 pm. The school will be filled with fresh, new art. There will be installations, projections, performance, and interactive work that you cannot see during the day. There will also be food art, something to think about as you eat. Incredible Art, Edible Art. Visual Arts Springfest May 11.

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

Garden Work Party
You are invited to a Garden Work Party on Sun May 7 11:00am. Bring a shovel, friends and family. Free pizza and community hours. RSVP to Ms. Fitzpatricks webpage or drop by in person

LEAP
Volunteer Fair is in the front foyer this Friday, May 5th! Talk to organization representatives and find local volunteering opportunities to help out in your community and get your 40 hours! -Brought to you by LEAP!

LEAP
Cans, Books, Cupcakes!!! Friday, May 5th, bring in canned foods or gently used books in exchange for a free cupcake! Non-parishables will be donated to our local food bank, and the books will be sent to Books With No Bounds, a non-profit organization, to aide the lack of learning resources in remote indigenous Canadian communities. Cans, Books, Cupcakes will be in the front foyer periods C and D this Friday!! -Brought to you by LEAP!

Volunteer board
Reminder to students looking for volunteer hours to check the volunteer board for the latest opportunities,

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

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MAY 2.2017 - This is a Week A

Girls Fastpitch
Attention girls fastpitch team! Please make sure you hand in your forms and money to Ms. Russell in the Guidance office, as soon as possible. Also, please listen to announcements for practice dates and locations coming soon!

Student Council Info Meeting
Hey Cawthra!  This is a reminder for anyone interested in being a part of next year's Student Council to join us tomorrow morning at 8am in room 216.  Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to contribute to Cawthra!

Visual Arts Springfest
Visual Arts Springfest is Thursday, May 11 from 6-9 pm. The school will be filled with fresh, new art. There will be installations, projections, performance, and interactive work that you cannot see during the day. There will also be food art, something to think about as you eat. Incredible Art, Edible Art. Visual Arts Springfest May 11.

Track and Field
Members of the Track and Field team are asked to check the Track bulletin board TODAY for departure times or tomorrow's track meet at Chinguacousy Park in Brampton. Team members competing tomorrow should see Ms. Ly for a copy of the schedule and with any concerns. There will be a practice Tuesday afternoon for those not attending the meet.

Volunteer Hours
Students are reminded to check the Volunteer Board outside of the Guidance office for new volunteer opportunities.

Garden Work Party
You are invited to a Garden Work Party on Sun May 7 11:00am. Bring a shovel, friends and family. Free pizza and community hours. RSVP to Ms. Fitzpatricks webpage or drop by in person

Student Council meeting
Are you interested in making a difference at Cawthra and planning some of the awesome events at the school? Students interested in becoming a member of next year's Student Council are invited to attend an information meeting on Wednesday, May 3rd at 8am in room 216.

LEAP
Volunteer Fair is in the front foyer this Friday, May 5th! Talk to organization representatives and find local volunteering opportunities to help out in your community and get your 40 hours! -Brought to you by LEAP!

LEAP
Cans, Books, Cupcakes!!! Friday, May 5th, bring in canned foods or gently used books in exchange for a free cupcake! Non-parishables will be donated to our local food bank, and the books will be sent to Books With No Bounds, a non-profit organization, to aide the lack of learning resources in remote indigenous Canadian communities. Cans, Books, Cupcakes will be in the front foyer periods C and D this Friday!! -Brought to you by LEAP!

Volunteer board
Reminder to students looking for volunteer hours to check the volunteer board for the latest opportunities,

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

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APR 28.2017 - This is a Week B

Garden Work Party
You are invited to a Garden Work Party on Sun May 7 11:00am. Bring a shovel, friends and family. Free pizza and community hours. RSVP to Ms. Fitzpatricks webpage or drop by in person

Ultimate Frisbee Team win
Yesterday, our ultimate frisbee won their first regular season game against John Cabot 9-5. Cabot came in second in Peel last year so this is a great win for our team! Way to go!

Student Council meeting
Are you interested in making a difference at Cawthra and planning some of the awesome events at the school? Students interested in becoming a member of next year's Student Council are invited to attend an information meeting on Wednesday, May 3rd at 8am in room 216.

LEAP
Volunteer Fair is in the front foyer this Friday, May 5th! Talk to organization representatives and find local volunteering opportunities to help out in your community and get your 40 hours! -Brought to you by LEAP!

LEAP
Cans, Books, Cupcakes!!! Friday, May 5th, bring in canned foods or gently used books in exchange for a free cupcake! Non-parishables will be donated to our local food bank, and the books will be sent to Books With No Bounds, a non-profit organization, to aide the lack of learning resources in remote indigenous Canadian communities. Cans, Books, Cupcakes will be in the front foyer periods C and D this Friday!! -Brought to you by LEAP!

Music Trip Meeting
The meeting for all students going on the music trip to Chicago will be this Thursday at 7pm in the library.  All students on the trip are required at this meeting with a parent.

Track and Field
Congratulations to the members of Cawthra's track team who competed at the NIKE Rowland Games on Saturday. This was the first opporunity for our track athletes to qualify for the ROPSSAA championships. Hana Ambrozic, Mackenzie Burke, Liam McConnell and Nathan Egan all qualified for ROPSSAA in their hurdle event with Burke finishing 6th overall. An extra congrats to Nathan who also qualified in the 400m event. Strong showings by Mckenzie Somppi who won her heat in the 100m and to Jonathan Vlahiotis who finished in the top half of the senior boys javelin. See you at practice tomorrow!

Volunteer board
Reminder to students looking for volunteer hours to check the volunteer board for the latest opportunities,

SHSM applications due by April 28
SHSM Applications for September 2017 are now open! Grade 10 students who are interested should submit their application form to the Guidance office by April 28.

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student​

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APR 27.2017 - This is a Week B

Ultimate Frisbee Team win
Yesterday, our ultimate frisbee won their first regular season game against John Cabot 9-5. Cabot came in second in Peel last year so this is a great win for our team! Way to go!

Student Council meeting
Are you interested in making a difference at Cawthra and planning some of the awesome events at the school? Students interested in becoming a member of next year's Student Council are invited to attend an information meeting on Wednesday, May 3rd at 8am in room 216.

LEAP
Volunteer Fair is in the front foyer this Friday, May 5th! Talk to organization representatives and find local volunteering opportunities to help out in your community and get your 40 hours! -Brought to you by LEAP!

LEAP
Cans, Books, Cupcakes!!! Friday, May 5th, bring in canned foods or gently used books in exchange for a free cupcake! Non-parishables will be donated to our local food bank, and the books will be sent to Books With No Bounds, a non-profit organization, to aide the lack of learning resources in remote indigenous Canadian communities. Cans, Books, Cupcakes will be in the front foyer periods C and D this Friday!! -Brought to you by LEAP!

Music Trip Meeting
The meeting for all students going on the music trip to Chicago will be this Thursday at 7pm in the library.  All students on the trip are required at this meeting with a parent.

Track and Field
Congratulations to the members of Cawthra's track team who competed at the NIKE Rowland Games on Saturday. This was the first opporunity for our track athletes to qualify for the ROPSSAA championships. Hana Ambrozic, Mackenzie Burke, Liam McConnell and Nathan Egan all qualified for ROPSSAA in their hurdle event with Burke finishing 6th overall. An extra congrats to Nathan who also qualified in the 400m event. Strong showings by Mckenzie Somppi who won her heat in the 100m and to Jonathan Vlahiotis who finished in the top half of the senior boys javelin. See you at practice tomorrow!

Spring Play Matinee Buy In!!!
Spring Play Matinee!!! Get your tickets today!!! Spring Play matinee!!! All students are invited to purchase tickets to this friday's matinee performance of Sense and Sensibility for $5. Tickets are on sale on both lunch periods in the cafeteria today through Thursday. Students purchasing tickets need to show their student card at the time of purchase. There is a limited supply so get yours today!!!!

LEAP
LEAP will have a meeting for all General Members this week! Come out to hear a soap box, talk news and quotes and find out about upcoming events!

Volunteer board
Reminder to students looking for volunteer hours to check the volunteer board for the latest opportunities,

Prom Ticket Sales
Prom Ticket Sales take place Next Week from Monday April 24th to Thursday April 27th. Tickets are $75 each and will be sold in the conference room by the main office. Exact Cash or cheques payable to Cawthra Park Secondary School will be accepted. Monday is reserved for full table sales of 10 tickets and all other tickets will be sold from Tuesday to Thursday. All forms and money need to be handed in before tickets are purchased. Remember to have the Prom contract signed if you are Cawthra Student and to have the Guest contract signed by your VP if you are bringing a student that is in a younger grade OR is not a cawthra student. Contract are found on the main page of the Cawthra Webside under the "Student Life" tab. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Mielczarek in the Social Science office before ticket sales begin.

SHSM applications due by April 28
SHSM Applications for September 2017 are now open! Grade 10 students who are interested should submit their application form to the Guidance office by April 28.

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student​

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APR 26.2017 - This is a Week B

LEAP
Volunteer Fair is in the front foyer this Friday, May 5th! Talk to organization representatives and find local volunteering opportunities to help out in your community and get your 40 hours! -Brought to you by LEAP!

LEAP
Cans, Books, Cupcakes!!! Friday, May 5th, bring in canned foods or gently used books in exchange for a free cupcake! Non-parishables will be donated to our local food bank, and the books will be sent to Books With No Bounds, a non-profit organization, to aide the lack of learning resources in remote indigenous Canadian communities. Cans, Books, Cupcakes will be in the front foyer periods C and D this Friday!! -Brought to you by LEAP!

Prom Ticket Sales
This message is to all grade 12 students purchasing prom tickets. Prom tickets sales continue to this Thursday during period C and D lunch in the conference room. If you did not purchase a full table on Monday, there are still lots of tables and seats available for large groups or single tickets purchases. Tickets are $75 each and include a delicious 3 course meal, a professional photo, a DJ and surprises throughout the night. A friendly reminder that prom tables are assigned due to meal selections and venue requests. Friendships should be lost due to table selections. Once dinner is done, you mingle around and dance the night away. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Mielczarek in social science office.

Music Trip Meeting
The meeting for all students going on the music trip to Chicago will be this Thursday at 7pm in the library.  All students on the trip are required at this meeting with a parent.

Track and Field
Congratulations to the members of Cawthra's track team who competed at the NIKE Rowland Games on Saturday. This was the first opporunity for our track athletes to qualify for the ROPSSAA championships. Hana Ambrozic, Mackenzie Burke, Liam McConnell and Nathan Egan all qualified for ROPSSAA in their hurdle event with Burke finishing 6th overall. An extra congrats to Nathan who also qualified in the 400m event. Strong showings by Mckenzie Somppi who won her heat in the 100m and to Jonathan Vlahiotis who finished in the top half of the senior boys javelin. See you at practice tomorrow!

Spring Play Matinee Buy In!!!
Spring Play Matinee!!! Get your tickets today!!! Spring Play matinee!!! All students are invited to purchase tickets to this friday's matinee performance of Sense and Sensibility for $5. Tickets are on sale on both lunch periods in the cafeteria today through Thursday. Students purchasing tickets need to show their student card at the time of purchase. There is a limited supply so get yours today!!!!

LEAP
LEAP will have a meeting for all General Members this week! Come out to hear a soap box, talk news and quotes and find out about upcoming events!

Volunteer board
Reminder to students looking for volunteer hours to check the volunteer board for the latest opportunities,

Prom Ticket Sales
Prom Ticket Sales take place Next Week from Monday April 24th to Thursday April 27th. Tickets are $75 each and will be sold in the conference room by the main office. Exact Cash or cheques payable to Cawthra Park Secondary School will be accepted. Monday is reserved for full table sales of 10 tickets and all other tickets will be sold from Tuesday to Thursday. All forms and money need to be handed in before tickets are purchased. Remember to have the Prom contract signed if you are Cawthra Student and to have the Guest contract signed by your VP if you are bringing a student that is in a younger grade OR is not a cawthra student. Contract are found on the main page of the Cawthra Webside under the "Student Life" tab. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Mielczarek in the Social Science office before ticket sales begin.

SHSM applications due by April 28
SHSM Applications for September 2017 are now open! Grade 10 students who are interested should submit their application form to the Guidance office by April 28.

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student​

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APR 24.2017 - This is a Week B

Track and Field
Congratulations to the members of Cawthra's track team who competed at the NIKE Rowland Games on Saturday. This was the first opporunity for our track athletes to qualify for the ROPSSAA championships. Hana Ambrozic, Mackenzie Burke, Liam McConnell and Nathan Egan all qualified for ROPSSAA in their hurdle event with Burke finishing 6th overall. An extra congrats to Nathan who also qualified in the 400m event. Strong showings by Mckenzie Somppi who won her heat in the 100m and to Jonathan Vlahiotis who finished in the top half of the senior boys javelin. See you at practice tomorrow!

Senior Boys Soccer Team
The Cawthra Park Senior Boys Soccer Team win their 2nd game of the season with a 1-0 defeat over Port Credit.

Spring Play Matinee Buy In!!!
Spring Play Matinee!!! Get your tickets today!!! Spring Play matinee!!! All students are invited to purchase tickets to this friday's matinee performance of Sense and Sensibility for $5. Tickets are on sale on both lunch periods in the cafeteria today through Thursday. Students purchasing tickets need to show their student card at the time of purchase. There is a limited supply so get yours today!!!!

LEAP
LEAP will have a meeting for all General Members this week! Come out to hear a soap box, talk news and quotes and find out about upcoming events!

Volunteer board
Reminder to students looking for volunteer hours to check the volunteer board for the latest opportunities,

Spring Play Crew Heads
Spring Play Crew Heads!! Spring Play Crew Heads!! All spring Play crew heads need to see Mr. Sprague as soon as possible. Come to the drama office or room 102 to find him and have a short meeting. Thank you.

Prom Ticket Sales
Prom Ticket Sales take place Next Week from Monday April 24th to Thursday April 27th. Tickets are $75 each and will be sold in the conference room by the main office. Exact Cash or cheques payable to Cawthra Park Secondary School will be accepted. Monday is reserved for full table sales of 10 tickets and all other tickets will be sold from Tuesday to Thursday. All forms and money need to be handed in before tickets are purchased. Remember to have the Prom contract signed if you are Cawthra Student and to have the Guest contract signed by your VP if you are bringing a student that is in a younger grade OR is not a cawthra student. Contract are found on the main page of the Cawthra Webside under the "Student Life" tab. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Mielczarek in the Social Science office before ticket sales begin.

SHSM applications due by April 28
SHSM Applications for September 2017 are now open! Grade 10 students who are interested should submit their application form to the Guidance office by April 28.

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Paralympic Sports at Carmen Corbassen
Carmen Corbasson is presenting Paralympic Sports during the month of April on the 17th, &24th 3:00-5:00pm. Challenge yourself to play sitting volleyball, goal ball, and Bocce.

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student​

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

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APR 21.2017 - This is a Week A

Scorekeepers for the Senior Boys Basketball Season please see Mr. Swindall by the Boys P.E. Office today!
Could all scorekeepers for the Senior Boys Basketball Season please see Mr. Swindall today byt he Boys P.E. Office.

Spring Play Crew Heads
Spring Play Crew Heads!! Spring Play Crew Heads!! All spring Play crew heads need to see Mr. Sprague as soon as possible. Come to the drama office or room 102 to find him and have a short meeting. Thank you.

Baseball Team Tryout
The tryout for the Cawthra Park baseball team will take place on Monday April 24th after school on the school field.  Bring your own equipment. 

Prom Ticket Sales
Prom Ticket Sales take place Next Week from Monday April 24th to Thursday April 27th. Tickets are $75 each and will be sold in the conference room by the main office. Exact Cash or cheques payable to Cawthra Park Secondary School will be accepted. Monday is reserved for full table sales of 10 tickets and all other tickets will be sold from Tuesday to Thursday. All forms and money need to be handed in before tickets are purchased. Remember to have the Prom contract signed if you are Cawthra Student and to have the Guest contract signed by your VP if you are bringing a student that is in a younger grade OR is not a cawthra student. Contract are found on the main page of the Cawthra Webside under the "Student Life" tab. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Mielczarek in the Social Science office before ticket sales begin.

Earth Day - Water Wonderland
Celebrate Earth Day at Friday's Water Wonderland in the caf C&D. Learn how to conserve water while playing games like the Great Gulp and Water Pong. Bring your water bottle. Win prizes.

SHSM applications due by April 28
SHSM Applications for September 2017 are now open! Grade 10 students who are interested should submit their application form to the Guidance office by April 28.

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Paralympic Sports at Carmen Corbassen
Carmen Corbasson is presenting Paralympic Sports during the month of April on the 17th, &24th 3:00-5:00pm. Challenge yourself to play sitting volleyball, goal ball, and Bocce.

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student​

Recycling
It's Flip your Bin Friday!  Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom or office for pick up!  Thanks for being Green, Cawthra!

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

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APR 20.2017 - This is a Week A

Baseball Team Tryout
The tryout for the Cawthra Park baseball team will take place on Monday April 24th after school on the school field.  Bring your own equipment. 

Prom Ticket Sales
Prom Ticket Sales take place Next Week from Monday April 24th to Thursday April 27th. Tickets are $75 each and will be sold in the conference room by the main office. Exact Cash or cheques payable to Cawthra Park Secondary School will be accepted. Monday is reserved for full table sales of 10 tickets and all other tickets will be sold from Tuesday to Thursday. All forms and money need to be handed in before tickets are purchased. Remember to have the Prom contract signed if you are Cawthra Student and to have the Guest contract signed by your VP if you are bringing a student that is in a younger grade OR is not a cawthra student. Contract are found on the main page of the Cawthra Webside under the "Student Life" tab. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Mielczarek in the Social Science office before ticket sales begin.

Earth Day - Water Wonderland
Celebrate Earth Day at Friday's Water Wonderland in the caf C&D. Learn how to conserve water while playing games like the Great Gulp and Water Pong. Bring your water bottle. Win prizes.

SHSM applications due by April 28
SHSM Applications for September 2017 are now open! Grade 10 students who are interested should submit their application form to the Guidance office by April 28.

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Paralympic Sports at Carmen Corbassen
Carmen Corbasson is presenting Paralympic Sports during the month of April on the 17th, &24th 3:00-5:00pm. Challenge yourself to play sitting volleyball, goal ball, and Bocce.

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student​

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

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APR 19.2017 - This is a Week A

Girls Soccer
Yesterday the girls soccer team worked hard for a 1-1 tie against St. Paul's. Hanna Andrejuk scored the tying goal. The girls are reminded of our practice tomorrow morning, due to weather it will likely be indoors so be prepared.

Prom Ticket Sales
Prom Ticket Sales take place Next Week from Monday April 24th to Thursday April 27th. Tickets are $75 each and will be sold in the conference room by the main office. Exact Cash or cheques payable to Cawthra Park Secondary School will be accepted. Monday is reserved for full table sales of 10 tickets and all other tickets will be sold from Tuesday to Thursday. All forms and money need to be handed in before tickets are purchased. Remember to have the Prom contract signed if you are Cawthra Student and to have the Guest contract signed by your VP if you are bringing a student that is in a younger grade OR is not a cawthra student. Contract are found on the main page of the Cawthra Webside under the "Student Life" tab. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Mielczarek in the Social Science office before ticket sales begin.

Earth Day - Water Wonderland
Celebrate Earth Day at Friday's Water Wonderland in the caf C&D. Learn how to conserve water while playing games like the Great Gulp and Water Pong. Bring your water bottle. Win prizes.

SHSM applications due by April 28
SHSM Applications for September 2017 are now open! Grade 10 students who are interested should submit their application form to the Guidance office by April 28.

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Paralympic Sports at Carmen Corbassen
Carmen Corbasson is presenting Paralympic Sports during the month of April on the 17th, &24th 3:00-5:00pm. Challenge yourself to play sitting volleyball, goal ball, and Bocce.

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student​

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

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APR 18.2017 - This is a Week A

Props Crew
Props crew!!Props Crew!!! Props Crew!!! All members of the props crew have a mandatory meeting after school today at 3:15 p.m. in room 102. See Mr. Sprague if there are questions.

Earth Day - Water Wonderland
Celebrate Earth Day at Friday's Water Wonderland in the caf C&D. Learn how to conserve water while playing games like the Great Gulp and Water Pong. Bring your water bottle. Win prizes.

Senior Boys Soccer
The Senior Boys Soccer Team are reminded to check the gym/field schedule for practice times and locations.
The Senior Boys Soccer Team is reminded to check the gym schedule for practice locations and times.
The Senior Boys Soccer Team win their first game of the season with a 3-0 win over Bronte College.
The Senior Boys Soccer Team won their first game of the season with a 3-0 win over Bronte College.

SHSM applications due by April 28
SHSM Applications for September 2017 are now open! Grade 10 students who are interested should submit their application form to the Guidance office by April 28.

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Paralympic Sports at Carmen Corbassen
Carmen Corbasson is presenting Paralympic Sports during the month of April on the 17th, &24th 3:00-5:00pm. Challenge yourself to play sitting volleyball, goal ball, and Bocce.

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent​
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

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APR 13.2017 - This is a Week B

Senior Boys Soccer
The Senior Boys Soccer Team won their first game of the season with a 3-0 win over Bronte College.

SHSM applications due by April 28
SHSM Applications for September 2017 are now open! Grade 10 students who are interested should submit their application form to the Guidance office by April 28.

Maple Leafs jersey Day
GO LEAFS GO!!!! GO LEAFS GO!!! The Toronto Maple Leafs are in the playoffs! To support them in their first playoff game, wear a Leafs jersey or anything blue tomorrow!

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Review Grad Composite
Attention all Grads!  Please come to the student counter to review the spelling of your name for the Grad Composite.  You do not want your name spelt incorrectly so please ensure you come to the student count to review this document.

Paralympic Sports at Carmen Corbassen
Carmen Corbasson is presenting Paralympic Sports during the month of April on the 17th, &24th 3:00-5:00pm. Challenge yourself to play sitting volleyball, goal ball, and Bocce.

Summer school
Registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent​
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsu​rveyhub.ca/yvc/student​

Recycling
It's Flip your Bin Thursday!  Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom or office for pick up!  Thanks for being Green, Cawthra!

Recycling
It's Flip your Bin Thursday!  Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom or office for pick up!  Thanks for being Green, Cawthra!

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

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APR 12.2017 - This is a Week B

FGH Math Contests
Math contests today, 11:45, room 212.

Maple Leafs jersey Day
GO LEAFS GO!!!! GO LEAFS GO!!! The Toronto Maple Leafs are in the playoffs! To support them in their first playoff game, wear a Leafs jersey or anything blue tomorrow!

Pink
Every year on the second Wednesday of April The International Day of Pink is recognized as a day to prevent transphobic and homophobic bullying. Wear pink tomorrow to show your support!

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Review Grad Composite
Attention all Grads!  Please come to the student counter to review the spelling of your name for the Grad Composite.  You do not want your name spelt incorrectly so please ensure you come to the student count to review this document.

Paralympic Sports at Carmen Corbassen
Carmen Corbasson is presenting Paralympic Sports during the month of April on the 17th, &24th 3:00-5:00pm. Challenge yourself to play sitting volleyball, goal ball, and Bocce.

Blue Jays Jersey Day
OK (OK), BLUE JAYS (Blue Jays). LET'S (let's), PLAY (play), BALL! Baseball season is here and to cheer on the Jays in their first home game, wear a Blue Jays shirt or hat on Tuesday. If you don't have one, just wear something blue!

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student/

Job Workshop
Job Workshop April 12 C&D (lib). Learn how to apply to the City of Mississauga or any other company. Get help with your resume, cover letter and interview skills. Sign up in the library.

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

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APR 11.2017 - This is a Week B

Nerd Club - Humans vs. Zombies!
This week at Nerd Club, we will be playing Humans vs. Zombies, a Manhunt-style game with a theme of "zombie apocalypse". Come join the fun tonight after school in the Tech Wing. A yearbook photographer will also be there, so come dressed in your undead best!

Pink
Every year on the second Wednesday of April The International Day of Pink is recognized as a day to prevent transphobic and homophobic bullying. Wear pink tomorrow to show your support!

Girls Fastpitch
The third and final tryout for the Girls Fastpitch team has been changed to Tuesday April 11 at 3:20pm on the back field. Please see a coach if you have any questions!

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Crew Photos for Spring Play
Attention all Crews for the spring play Sense and Sensibility- Crew photos will be taken on Tuesday April 11th at 3:10 p.m. Please meet at the cafeteria and speak to your crew head to discuss the required attire.

Review Grad Composite
Attention all Grads!  Please come to the student counter to review the spelling of your name for the Grad Composite.  You do not want your name spelt incorrectly so please ensure you come to the student count to review this document.

Paralympic Sports at Carmen Corbassen
Carmen Corbasson is presenting Paralympic Sports during the month of April on the 17th, &24th 3:00-5:00pm. Challenge yourself to play sitting volleyball, goal ball, and Bocce.

Blue Jays Jersey Day
OK (OK), BLUE JAYS (Blue Jays). LET'S (let's), PLAY (play), BALL! Baseball season is here and to cheer on the Jays in their first home game, wear a Blue Jays shirt or hat on Tuesday. If you don't have one, just wear something blue!

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent​
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student/

Athletic Association clothing sale
Hey Cawthra! Today and tomorrow are the last days to buy vintage Cawthra phys. ed. and team gear during both C and D lunch in the caf! Come check it out!

Job Workshop
Job Workshop April 12 C&D (lib). Learn how to apply to the City of Mississauga or any other company. Get help with your resume, cover letter and interview skills. Sign up in the library.

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

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APR 10.2017 - This is a Week B

Nerd Club - Humans vs. ZombieS!
This week at Nerd Club, we will be playing Humans vs. Zombies, a Manhunt-style game with a theme of "zombie apocalypse". Come join the fun Tuesday after school in the Tech Wing. A yearbook photographer will also be there, so come dressed in your undead best!

Girls Fastpitch
The third and final tryout for the Girls Fastpitch team has been changed to Tuesday April 11 at 3:20pm on the back field. Please see a coach if you have any questions!

The Senior Boys Soccer Team will meet in Gym C at 3:15 pm on Monday April 11th.
Important meeting for the Senior Boys Soccer Team on Monday April 11th at 3:15 pm in Gym C

Ticket sales for Spring play
Tickets!! Tickets!!! Tickets!!! Tickets for the spring play Sense and Sensibility go on sale this Monday April 10th and will be available every lunch period in the box office next to the student counter. Tickets are $20 for this fast paced and highly entertaining play-get yours today!!

Crew Photos for Spring Play
Attention all Crews for the spring play Sense and Sensibility- Crew photos will be taken on Tuesday April 11th at 3:10 p.m. Please meet at the cafeteria and speak to your crew head to discuss the required attire.

Prom Ticket Sales
Attention all Grade 12s attending Prom, Ticket Sales will begin on Monday April 24th and go until Thursday April 27th. Monday will be for full tables sales of 10 tickets only. Price is $75 per ticket. All students purchasing a ticket need to have a Prom Contract Signed....this can be found on the main Cawthra Park website homepage under "Student Life" or on the Prom facebook page. Ensure you print the necessary contract and have it fully completed before sales begin. If you are bringing a guest, there are specific steps that need to be taken that are outlined in the contract. See Ms. Mielczarek in social science office if you have any questions.

Review Grad Composite
Attention all Grads!  Please come to the student counter to review the spelling of your name for the Grad Composite.  You do not want your name spelt incorrectly so please ensure you come to the student count to review this document.

Paralympic Sports at Carmen Corbassen
Carmen Corbasson is presenting Paralympic Sports during the month of April on the 17th, &24th 3:00-5:00pm. Challenge yourself to play sitting volleyball, goal ball, and Bocce.

Blue Jays Jersey Day
OK (OK), BLUE JAYS (Blue Jays). LET'S (let's), PLAY (play), BALL! Baseball season is here and to cheer on the Jays in their first home game, wear a Blue Jays shirt or hat on Tuesday. If you​ don't have one, just wear something blue!

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student/​

Athletic Association clothing sale
Hey Cawthra! Today and tomorrow are the last days to buy vintage Cawthra phys. ed. and team gear during both C and D lunch in the caf! Come check it out!

Job Workshop
Job Workshop April 12 C&D (lib). Learn how to apply to the City of Mississauga or any other company. Get help with your resume, cover letter and interview skills. Sign up in the library.

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

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APR 06.2017 - This is a Week A

Review Grad Composite
Attention all Grads!  Please come to the student counter to review the spelling of your name for the Grad Composite.  You do not want your name spelt incorrectly so please ensure you come to the student count to review this document.

Paralympic Sports at Carmen Corbassen
Carmen Corbasson is presenting Paralympic Sports during the month of April on the 17th, &24th 3:00-5:00pm. Challenge yourself to play sitting volleyball, goal ball, and Bocce.

Blue Jays Jersey Day
OK (OK), BLUE JAYS (Blue Jays). LET'S (let's), PLAY (play), BALL! Baseball season is here and to cheer on the Jays in their first home game, wear a Blue Jays shirt or hat on Tuesday, April 11.. If you don't have one, just wear something blue!

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Euclid math contest
Euclid math contest April 6 in room 212, per C/D.

Change your World
All students attening York U's Change the World Conference at reminded to meet at the Front Foyer at 7:30 on April 6th.

Prom
Attention all grade 12 Graduating Students...this years prom, as selected by you is "Starry Night". Thank-you all for your votes! Prom Ticket sales will be Monday April 24th to Thur. April 27th. Monday will ONLY be for full table sales of 10 tickets. No exceptions. More details will follow shortly.

Co-op for students in September
Reminder to students taking co-op in September.  There is a mandatory meeting on Friday April 6, 2017 at 8:30 a.m. in the lower lecture theatre (entrance is next to the library)

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent.
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student/

P.E. vintage clothing sale
Hey Cawthra! Athletic council will be selling vintage Cawthra gear during both C and D lunch on April this Thursday and Friday in the caf! Come check it out!

Job Workshop
Job Workshop April 12 C&D (lib). Learn how to apply to the City of Mississauga or any other company. Get help with your resume, cover letter and interview skills. Sign up in the library.

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

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APR 05.2017 - This is a Week A

Girls Soccer
The first girls soccer practice has been moved to this Friday at 7am.  Be ready for both indoor or outdoor play.

Summer school registration forms
Summer school registration forms are in.  Come to the guidance office to pick up your registration form.  Do not delay!

Euclid math contest
Euclid math contest April 6 in room 212, per C/D.

Change your World
All students attening York U's Change the World Conference at reminded to meet at the Front Foyer at 7:30 on April 6th.

Prom
Attention all grade 12 Graduating Students...this years prom, as selected by you is "Starry Night". Thank-you all for your votes! Prom Ticket sales will be Monday April 24th to Thur. April 27th. Monday will ONLY be for full table sales of 10 tickets. No exceptions. More details will follow shortly.

Co-op for students in September
Reminder to students taking co-op in September.  There is a mandatory meeting on Friday April 6, 2017 at 8:30 a.m. in the lower lecture theatre (entrance is next to the library)

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent.
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student/​

P.E. vintage clothing sale
Hey Cawthra! Athletic council will be selling vintage Cawthra gear during both C and D lunch on April this Thursday and Friday in the caf! Come check it out!

Job Workshop
Job Workshop April 12 C&D (lib). Learn how to apply to the City of Mississauga. Get help with your resume.

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

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APR 04.2017 - This is a Week A

Your Voice Counts
Parents, please participate in the 10 minute Your Voice Counts survey. Your opinion matters to us. We will use information gathered from the student, staff and parent surveys to inform Cawthra's short and long term plans. Click here to begin:  http://pdsb.me/yvcparent.
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Students will complete the survey with their period C & D classes at this link: https://www.sspsurveyhub.ca/yvc/student/​

Prom
Attention all grade 12 Graduating Students...this years prom, as selected by you is "Starry Night". Thank-you all for your votes! Prom Ticket sales will be Monday April 24th to Thur. April 27th. Monday will ONLY be for full table sales of 10 tickets. No exceptions. More details will follow shortly.

Music Repertoire Night DVD's
Music Repertoire Night DVD's are in - please come to the music office to pick up and pay if you ordered without payment.

Co-op for students in September
Reminder to students taking co-op in September.  There is a mandatory meeting on Friday April 6, 2017 at 8:30 a.m. in the lower lecture theatre (entrance is next to the library)

P.E. vintage clothing sale
Hey Cawthra! Athletic council will be selling vintage Cawthra gear during both C and D lunch on April this Thursday and Friday in the caf! Come check it out!

Job Workshop
Job Workshop April 12 C&D (lib). Learn how to apply to the City of Mississauga. Get help with your resume.

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

Dragon Boat
Dragon Boat Season is coming!  Registration is now open for all students interested in joining Cawtha's Dragon Boat Team.  New paddlers are welcome and no experience or tryouts are necessary!  An information meeting will be held after school on Friday, March 24th in  room 311.  For more information, see Ms. Fitzpatrick's website.

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APR 03.2017 - This is a Week A

Nerd Club Zombie Day
Attention all students. This week at Nerd Club, it’s Zombie Day! Come out to the Tech Wing after school on Tuesday dressed in your best undead outfit and ready to watch zombie shows or to play Humans Versus Zombies, the more players the better! BRRAAIINNSSSS!

P.E. vintage clothing sale
Hey Cawthra! Athletic council will be selling vintage Cawthra gear during both C and D lunch on April this Thursday and Friday in the caf! Come check it out!

Job Workshop
Job Workshop April 12 C&D (lib). Learn how to apply to the City of Mississauga. Get help with your resume.

Guelph University Follow Up
Students going to Guelph in September.....A representative from Guelph will be here on April 25 at 8:00 a.m. in the Career Centre to answer any questions you may have.

Dragon Boat
Dragon Boat Season is coming!  Registration is now open for all students interested in joining Cawtha's Dragon Boat Team.  New paddlers are welcome and no experience or tryouts are necessary!  An information meeting will be held after school on Friday, March 24th in  room 311.  For more information, see Ms. Fitzpatrick's website.  

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MAR 31.2017 - This is a Week B

Student Trustee Election!
Don't forget to vote for your student trustee on Friday March 31st!
Voting booths will be set up in the front hall before sch​ool, and on C and D lunches in the cafeteria!

Girls Fastpitch
The second tryout for the girls fastpitch team will be on Monday, April 3 at 7 am in Gym A/B. See one of the coaches if you have any questions.

Last Call for Graduation Gown Orders
This is a final reminder for all students graduating from Cawthra Park this June:  This is your last call to submit your graduation gown sizing form and payment to either Ms. Riley or Mme Seuradge in the Communications Office.  If your order is not received by this Friday, March 31 you will be crossing the stage without the appropriate attire.  Thank you very much for your attention to this matter.

Job Workshop
Job Workshop April 12 C&D (lib). Learn how to apply to the City of Mississauga. Get help with your resume.

Mock Trial Tournament
Last Friday, Cawthra's Mock Trial team took to the courtroom to compete in the semi-finals of the Peel Mock Trial Tournament.  The team commanded a superb performance in front of 3 judges and an audience-filled courtroom.  Although the team did not advance to the finals, a special Congratulations to all the members of the team for their outstanding efforts in the preparation and their performances including Ryan Babensee, Wafa Syed, Natasha Cortes, Bridgette Doorey, Hunter Vernhout, Prapthi Agarwala, Derrell Woods, Olivia Stanton, Ben Skura, Rachel Storey and Erin Morris

Volunteer at the Special Olympics this summer!
If you are interested in volunteering at the Ontario Provincial Special Olympics being held in Peel this summer, please see the information posted on the Volunteer Board outside of guidance or Ms. Watson in guidance for details. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be part of something very special and to support amazing athletes with intellectual disabilities.

Yearbook Baby Photos
Attention GRADUATES! Any student who submitted a hard copy baby photo for the yearbook must pick it up at the yearbook office. Pick up is available during Period C and D until Friday, March 31.

Mock trial semi-finals
Last Friday, Cawthra's Mock Trial team took to the courtroom to compete in the semi-finals of the Peel Mock Trial Tournament. The team commanded a superb performance in front of 3 judges and an audience-filled courtroom. Although the team did not advance to the finals, a special Congratulations to all the members of the team for their outstanding efforts in the preparation and their performances including Ryan Babensee, Wafa Syed, Natasha Cortes, Bridgette Doorey, Hunter Vernhout, Prapthi Agarwala, Derrell Woods, Olivia Stanton, Ben Skura, Rachel Storey and Erin Morris.

Dragon Boat
Dragon Boat Season is coming!  Registration is now open for all students interested in joining Cawtha's Dragon Boat Team.  New paddlers are welcome and no experience or tryouts are necessary!  An information meeting will be held after school on Friday, March 24th in  room 311.  For more information, see Ms. Fitzpatrick's website.  

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MAR 29.2017 - This is a Week B

OSSLT March 30
March 30 is the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test. All students in grade 10 or above who have not yet successfully completed the OSSLT will be writing.
THERE IS NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS NOT WRITING THE TEST.
Writers, please arrive at school for 8:30. Accommodated students enter rooms at 8:30, non-accommodated students enter rooms at 8:45. Room lists will be posted on Thursday, March 23.

​Last Call for Graduation Gown Orders
This is a final reminder for all students graduating from Cawthra Park this June:  This is your last call to submit your graduation gown sizing form and payment to either Ms. Riley or Mme Seuradge in the Communications Office.  If your order is not received by this Friday, March 31 you will be crossing the stage without the appropriate attire.  Thank you very much for your attention to this matter.

Student Trustee Voting
Voting takes place on Friday March 31, before school in front hall, and on C and D lunch in cafeteria.

Job Workshop
Job Workshop April 12 C&D (lib). Learn how to apply to the City of Mississauga. Get help with your resume.

Mock Trial Tournament
Last Friday, Cawthra's Mock Trial team took to the courtroom to compete in the semi-finals of the Peel Mock Trial Tournament.  The team commanded a superb performance in front of 3 judges and an audience-filled courtroom.  Although the team did not advance to the finals, a special Congratulations to all the members of the team for their outstanding efforts in the preparation and their performances including Ryan Babensee, Wafa Syed, Natasha Cortes, Bridgette Doorey, Hunter Vernhout, Prapthi Agarwala, Derrell Woods, Olivia Stanton, Ben Skura, Rachel Storey and Erin Morris

Change your  World
Could all students attending York University's Change your World Conference come to a brief meeting after school on Tuesday. If you are unable to attend, please see Ms. Cossette in the Social Science office ASAP.

Volunteer at the Special Olympics this summer!
If you are interested in volunteering at the Ontario Provincial Special Olympics being held in Peel this summer, please see the information posted on the Volunteer Board outside of guidance or Ms. Watson in guidance for details. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be part of something very special and to support amazing athletes with intellectual disabilities.

Volunteering Open House
If you are having trouble finding an opportunity to complete your 40 hours of volunteer service, check out the open house being hosted by the organization Volunteer Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon on April 26th from 6:30 - 7:30 pm at the Lakeview Library. You are sure to connect with a great opportunity.

Yearbook Baby Photos
Attention GRADUATES! Any student who submitted a hard copy baby photo for the yearbook must pick it up at the yearbook office. Pick up is available during Period C and D until Friday, March 31.

Mock trial semi-finals
Last Friday, Cawthra's Mock Trial team took to the courtroom to compete in the semi-finals of the Peel Mock Trial Tournament. The team commanded a superb performance in front of 3 judges and an audience-filled courtroom. Although the team did not advance to the finals, a special Congratulations to all the members of the team for their outstanding efforts in the preparation and their performances including Ryan Babensee, Wafa Syed, Natasha Cortes, Bridgette Doorey, Hunter Vernhout, Prapthi Agarwala, Derrell Woods, Olivia Stanton, Ben Skura, Rachel Storey and Erin Morris.

Prom Theme Voting
Attention all Grade 12 Students, Prom 2017 is fast approaching! This Monday through Wednesday, you will get an opportunity to vote for this years Prom theme in your homeroom classes. You must select only 1 theme or your ballot will not be counted. If you do not have a homeroom class, please see Donna in the attendance office for your ballot. Teachers, a reminder to drop off completed votes and envelopes in Ms. Mielczarek's mailbox by Wednesday at the latest.
Than-you for your support.
 
Dragon Boat
Dragon Boat Season is coming!  Registration is now open for all students interested in joining Cawtha's Dragon Boat Team.  New paddlers are welcome and no experience or tryouts are necessary!  An information meeting will be held after school on Friday, March 24th in  room 311.  For more information, see Ms. Fitzpatrick's website.  

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

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MAR 28.2017 - This is a Week B

Job Workshop
Job Workshop April 12 C&D (lib). Learn how to apply to the City of Mississauga. Get help with your resume.

Cawthra Vidfest information meeting
Attention all students! Cawthra Vidfest is coming. Cawthra Vidfest will be YOUR film festival, screening videos made by students for students. If you have a movie you want to show before a live audience, come out to an information meeting today after school in the Tech Wing. Hope to see you there!

Girls soccer
The final girls soccer tryout will take place tomorrow morning at 7am for those who made the 2nd cut.  Be prepared for outdoor place.  See Ms. Copithorn or Ms. Mielczarek if you have any questions.

Peer Tutors Yearbook Photos
All Peer Tutors, please come to Room 202 at the beginning of your lunch today (Tuesday March 28) to get our yearbook photos taken.

Mock Trial Tournament
Last Friday, Cawthra's Mock Trial team took to the courtroom to compete in the semi-finals of the Peel Mock Trial Tournament.  The team commanded a superb performance in front of 3 judges and an audience-filled courtroom.  Although the team did not advance to the finals, a special Congratulations to all the members of the team for their outstanding efforts in the preparation and their performances including Ryan Babensee, Wafa Syed, Natasha Cortes, Bridgette Doorey, Hunter Vernhout, Prapthi Agarwala, Derrell Woods, Olivia Stanton, Ben Skura, Rachel Storey and Erin Morris

Change your  world
Could all students attending York University's Change your World Conference come to a brief meeting after school on Tuesday. If you are unable to attend, please see Ms. Cossette in the Social Science office ASAP.

Volunteer at the Special Olympics this summer!
If you are interested in volunteering at the Ontario Provincial Special Olympics being held in Peel this summer, please see the information posted on the Volunteer Board outside of guidance or Ms. Watson in guidance for details. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be part of something very special and to support amazing athletes with intellectual disabilities.

Volunteering Open House
If you are having trouble finding an opportunity to complete your 40 hours of volunteer service, check out the open house being hosted by the organization Volunteer Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon on April 26th from 6:30 - 7:30 pm at the Lakeview Library. You are sure to connect with a great opportunity.

OSSLT
The OSSLT is this Thursday. All writers must check the list posted across from the Student Counter on the yellow wall and take note of their room. Arrive for 8:30. School is cancelled for those NOT writing the OSSLT. See Ms. Hickey in the library with concerns.

Yearbook Baby Photos
Attention GRADUATES! Any student who submitted a hard copy baby photo for the yearbook must pick it up at the yearbook office. Pick up is available during Period C and D until Friday, March 31.

Mock trial semi-finals
Last Friday, Cawthra's Mock Trial team took to the courtroom to compete in the semi-finals of the Peel Mock Trial Tournament. The team commanded a superb performance in front of 3 judges and an audience-filled courtroom. Although the team did not advance to the finals, a special Congratulations to all the members of the team for their outstanding efforts in the preparation and their performances including Ryan Babensee, Wafa Syed, Natasha Cortes, Bridgette Doorey, Hunter Vernhout, Prapthi Agarwala, Derrell Woods, Olivia Stanton, Ben Skura, Rachel Storey and Erin Morris.

Prom Theme Voting
Attention all Grade 12 Students, Prom 2017 is fast approaching! This Monday through Wednesday, you will get an opportunity to vote for this years Prom theme in your homeroom classes. You must select only 1 theme or your ballot will not be counted. If you do not have a homeroom class, please see Donna in the attendance office for your ballot. Teachers, a reminder to drop off completed votes and envelopes in Ms. Mielczarek's mailbox by Wednesday at the latest.
Thank-you for your support.
 
Varsity Boys Soccer 
The final tryout for the Varsity Boys Soccer Team will be on Wednesday March 29th in Gym A/B at 3:15 pm.
The make-up final tryout for the Varsity Boys Soccer Team will take place on Wednesday March 29th in Gym A/B at 3:15 pm.

Dragon Boat
Dragon Boat Season is coming!  Registration is now open for all students interested in joining Cawtha's Dragon Boat Team.  New paddlers are welcome and no experience or tryouts are necessary!  An information meeting will be held after school on Friday, March 24th in  room 311.  For more information, see Ms. Fitzpatrick's website.  

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

OSSLT March 30
March 30 is the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test. All students in grade10 or above who have not earned the OSSLT will be writing. NO SCHOOL FOR OTHERS. Writers, please arrive at school for 8:30. Accommodated students enter rooms at 8:30, non-accommodated students enter rooms at 8:45. Room lists will be posted on Thursday March 23.

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MAR 27.2017 - This is a Week B

OSSLT
The OSSLT is this Thursday. All writers must check the list posted across from the Student Counter on the yellow wall and take note of their room. Arrive for 8:30. School is cancelled for those NOT writing the OSSLT. See Ms. Hickey in the library with concerns.

Yearbook Baby Photos
Attention GRADUATES! Any student who submitted a hard copy baby photo for the yearbook must pick it up at the yearbook office. Pick up is available during Period C and D until Friday, March 31.

Girls Fastpitch
The first tryout for the girls fastpitch team will be TOMORROW MORNING at 7 am in the big gym. If you cannot attend, please see Ms. Trevail, Ms. Russel or Ms. Alim.

Cawthra Vidfest information meeting
Attention all students! Cawthra Vidfest is coming. Cawthra Vidfest will be YOUR film festival, screening videos made by students for students. If you have a movie you want to show before a live audience, come out to an information meeting tomorrow after school in the Tech Wing. Hope to see you there!

Mock trial semi-finals
Last Friday, Cawthra's Mock Trial team took to the courtroom to compete in the semi-finals of the Peel Mock Trial Tournament. The team commanded a superb performance in front of 3 judges and an audience-filled courtroom. Although the team did not advance to the finals, a special Congratulations to all the members of the team for their outstanding efforts in the preparation and their performances including Ryan Babensee, Wafa Syed, Natasha Cortes, Bridgette Doorey, Hunter Vernhout, Prapthi Agarwala, Derrell Woods, Olivia Stanton, Ben Skura, Rachel Storey and Erin Morris.

Prom Theme Voting
Attention all Grade 12 Students, Prom 2017 is fast approaching! This Monday through Wednesday, you will get an opportunity to vote for this years Prom theme in your homeroom classes. You must select only 1 theme or your ballot will not be counted. If you do not have a homeroom class, please see Donna in the attendance office for your ballot. Teachers, a reminder to drop off completed votes and envelopes in Ms. Mielczarek's mailbox by Wednesday at the latest.
Thank-you for your support.
 
Dragon Boat
Information Meeting for Cawthra's Dragon Boat Crew will be held Monday, at the beginning of Period D in room 311.
The final tryout for the Varsity Boys Soccer Team will be on Wednesday March 29th in Gym A/B at 3:15 pm.
The make-up final tryout for the Varsity Boys Soccer Team will take place on Wednesday March 29th in Gym A/B at 3:15 pm.

Dragon Boat
Dragon Boat Season is coming!  Registration is now open for all students interested in joining Cawtha's Dragon Boat Team.  New paddlers are welcome and no experience or tryouts are necessary!  An information meeting will be held after school on Friday, March 24th in  room 311.  For more information, see Ms. Fitzpatrick's website.  

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

OSSLT March 30
March 30 is the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test. All students in grade10 or above who have not earned the OSSLT will be writing. NO SCHOOL FOR OTHERS. Writers, please arrive at school for 8:30. Accommodated students enter rooms at 8:30, non-accommodated students enter rooms at 8:45. Room lists will be posted on Thursday March 23.

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MAR 24​.2017 - This is a Week A

Earth Hour Scavenger Hunt
Earth Hour Scavenger Hunt today C&D in the library. Earn timbits, a pen, or a bookmark. Turn off everything on March 25th at 8:30. Embrace the earth's nature rhythms.

Girls Fastpitch Tryouts
The first tryout for the Varsity Girls Fastpitch team will be Tuesday, March 28 at 7 am in Gym A/B. Please bring your own glove and running shoes. If you have any questions please see Ms. Trevail, Ms. Russel or Ms. Alim.
The final tryout for the Varsity Boys Soccer Team will be on Wednesday March 29th in Gym A/B at 3:15 pm.
The make-up final tryout for the Varsity Boys Soccer Team will take place on Wednesday March 29th in Gym A/B at 3:15 pm.

Dragon Boat
Dragon Boat Season is coming!  Registration is now open for all students interested in joining Cawtha's Dragon Boat Team.  New paddlers are welcome and no experience or tryouts are necessary!  An information meeting will be held after school on Friday, March 24th in  room 311.  For more information, see Ms. Fitzpatrick's website.  

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

OSSLT March 30
March 30 is the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test. All students in grade10 or above who have not earned the OSSLT will be writing. NO SCHOOL FOR OTHERS. Writers, please arrive at school for 8:30. Accommodated students enter rooms at 8:30, non-accommodated students enter rooms at 8:45. Room lists will be posted on Thursday March 23.

York U Change the World - Environmental Conference
If you are interested in attending York University's environmental conference in April, please pick up a permission form from the Social Science office. If you have already picked up a form, don't forget to return it to Ms. Cossette

Track and Field
This is a reminder to the athletes who attended the track and field meetings of our practices this week - Tuesday at 3:15pm in Gym C, Wednesday at 7am in Gym AB and Thursday at 3:15pm in Gym AB. Forms are due to Ms. Miller and Ms Ly by this Friday, March 24th.

Earth Hour Scavenger Hunt
Friday March 24 C&D Celebrate Earth Hour by participating in a eco scavenger hunt. Bring your friends and bring your phone to win prizes! Pick up the list in the caf.

Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contests
Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contest registration due TODAY. Sign up now!

LEAP/SC SHSM
If you are interested in attending a full day of workshops celebrating Youth Involvement in Environmental and Social Justice Action at York University - you can pick up a permission form from the door of the Social Science office. The cost is only 10$ and amazing speakers like SARIKA CULLIS-SUZUKI.

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MAR 23.2017 - This is a Week A

Girls Fastpitch Tryouts
The first tryout for the Varsity Girls Fastpitch team will be Tuesday, March 28 at 7 am in Gym A/B. Please bring your own glove and running shoes. If you have any questions please see Ms. Trevail, Ms. Russel or Ms. Alim.

SHOUT Yearbook photo Thurs. March 23rd
Attention all SHOUT members.  If you have been a member of the clu​b this year, come to Room 203 today after school for our yearbook photo.  See you there.
The final tryout for the Varsity Boys Soccer Team will be on Wednesday March 29th in Gym A/B at 3:15 pm.
The make-up final tryout for the Varsity Boys Soccer Team will take place on Wednesday March 29th in Gym A/B at 3:15 pm.

Dragon Boat
Dragon Boat Season is coming!  Registration is now open for all students interested in joining Cawtha's Dragon Boat Team.  New paddlers are welcome and no experience or tryouts are necessary!  An information meeting will be held period D and after school on Friday, March 24th in  room 311.  For more information, see Ms. Fitzpatrick's website.  

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

OSSLT March 30
March 30 is the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test. All students in grade10 or above who have not earned the OSSLT will be writing. NO SCHOOL FOR OTHERS. Writers, please arrive at school for 8:30. Accommodated students enter rooms at 8:30, non-accommodated students enter rooms at 8:45. Room lists will be posted on Thursday March 23.

York U Change the World - Environmental Conference
If you are interested in attending York University's environmental conference in April, please pick up a permission form from the Social Science office. If you have already picked up a form, don't forget to return it to Ms. Cossette

Track and Field
This is a reminder to the athletes who attended the track and field meetings of our practices this week - Tuesday at 3:15pm in Gym C, Wednesday at 7am in Gym AB and Thursday at 3:15pm in Gym AB. Forms are due to Ms. Miller and Ms Ly by this Friday, March 24th.

Earth Hour Scavenger Hunt
Friday March 24 C&D Celebrate Earth Hour by participating in a eco scavenger hunt. Bring your friends and bring your phone to win prizes! Pick up the list in the caf.

Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contests
Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contest registration due March 24, $8 fee. Sign up ASAP.

LEAP/SC SHSM
If you are interested in attending a full day of workshops celebrating Youth Involvement in Environmental and Social Justice Action at York University - you can pick up a permission form from the door of the Social Science office. The cost is only 10$ and amazing speakers like SARIKA CULLIS-SUZUKI.

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MAR 22.2017 - This is a Week A

Dragon Boat
Dragon Boat Season is coming!  Registration is now open for all students interested in joining Cawtha's Dragon Boat Team.  New paddlers are welcome and no experience or tryouts are necessary!  An information meeting will be held period D and after school on Friday, March 24th in  room 311.  For more information, see Ms. Fitzpatrick's website.  

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

Waterloo Chemistry Contests
Registration for the Waterloo Chemistry Contests is now open for any grade student who is currently in or has completed grade 11 or 12 Chemistry.  The Avagadro Exam for grade 11 students will be written on May 18th and the Chem 13 Exam for grade 12 students will be on May 11th.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Fitzpatrick or Mr. Pilgun in the Science office.  Deadline for registration is March 30th.

OSSLT March 30
March 30 is the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test. All students in grade10 or above who have not earned the OSSLT will be writing. NO SCHOOL FOR OTHERS. Writers, please arrive at school for 8:30. Accommodated students enter rooms at 8:30, non-accommodated students enter rooms at 8:45. Room lists will be posted on Thursday March 23.

Library Closed A-D March 22
The library will be closed to students and classes on Wed March 22nd for a literacy workshop periods A-D. The library will reopen in period E. We apologize for the inconvenience.

York U Change the World - Environmental Conference
If you are interested in attending York University's environmental conference in April, please pick up a permission form from the Social Science office. If you have already picked up a form, don't forget to return it to Ms. Cossette

Track and Field
This is a reminder to the athletes who attended the track and field meetings of our practices this week - Tuesday at 3:15pm in Gym C, Wednesday at 7am in Gym AB and Thursday at 3:15pm in Gym AB. Forms are due to Ms. Miller and Ms Ly by this Friday, March 24th.

Earth Hour Scavenger Hunt
Friday March 24 C&D Celebrate Earth Hour by participating in a eco scavenger hunt. Bring your friends and bring your phone to win prizes! Pick up the list in the caf.

Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contests
Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contest registration due March 24, $8 fee. Sign up ASAP.

LEAP/SC SHSM
If you are interested in attending a full day of workshops celebrating Youth Involvement in Environmental and Social Justice Action at York University - you can pick up a permission form from the door of the Social Science office. The cost is only 10$ and amazing speakers like SARIKA CULLIS-SUZUKI.

Under the Spotlight
Hey Cawthra!  Student Council is hosting Cawthra's first Under the Spotlight!  This is an event dedicated to showcasing the diverse talents of our students.  Acts can be anything you like.  Auditions will be taking place March 22nd after school in the cafeteria and sign up sheets will be available on Monday.  For more information, see a student council representative.  We hope to see you there!

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MAR 21.2017 - This is a Week A

OSSLT March 30
March 30 is the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test. All students in grade10 or above who have not earned the OSSLT will be writing. NO SCHOOL FOR OTHERS. Writers, please arrive at school for 8:30. Accommodated students enter rooms at 8:30, non-accommodated students enter rooms at 8:45. Room lists will be posted on Thursday March 23.

Library Closed A-D March 22
The library will be closed to students and classes on Wed March 22nd for a literacy workshop periods A-D. The library will reopen in period E. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Varsity Boys Soccer Tryout for Tuesday March 21st has been cancelled.
Today's Varsity Boys Soccer Tryout has been cancelled. This tryout will be rescheduled for next week - TBA.

Nerd Club Pokemon Day
Attention all nerds! Today is Nerd Club's Pokemon Day. Bring your cards and cartridges to the Tech Wing this afternoon after school because we've "Gotta Catch 'Em All"!

York U Change the World - Environmental Conference
If you are interested in attending York University's environmental conference in April, please pick up a permission form from the Social Science office. If you have already picked up a form, don't forget to return it to Ms. Cossette

Track and Field
This is a reminder to the athletes who attended the track and field meetings of our practices this week - Tuesday at 3:15pm in Gym C, Wednesday at 7am in Gym AB and Thursday at 3:15pm in Gym AB. Forms are due to Ms. Miller and Ms Ly by this Friday, March 24th.

Earth Hour Scavenger Hunt
Friday March 24 C&D Celebrate Earth Hour by participating in a eco scavenger hunt. Bring your friends and bring your phone to win prizes! Pick up the list in the caf.

Euclid math contest
Euclid math contest registration due TODAY. Sign up now!

Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contests
Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contest registration due March 24, $8 fee. Sign up ASAP.

LEAP/SC SHSM
If you are interested in attending a full day of workshops celebrating Youth Involvement in Environmental and Social Justice Action at York University - you can pick up a permission form from the door of the Social Science office. The cost is only 10$ and amazing speakers like SARIKA CULLIS-SUZUKI.

Under the Spotlight
Hey Cawthra!  Student Council is hosting Cawthra's first Under the Spotlight!  This is an event dedicated to showcasing the diverse talents of our students.  Acts can be anything you like.  Auditions will be taking place March 22nd after school in the cafeteria and sign up sheets will be available on Monday.  For more information, see a student council representative.  We hope to see you there!

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MAR 20.2017 - This is a Week A

Track and Field
This is a reminder to the athletes who attended the track and field meetings of our practices this week - Tuesday at 3:15pm in Gym C, Wednesday at 7am in Gym AB and Thursday at 3:15pm in Gym AB. Forms are due to Ms. Miller and Ms Ly by this Friday, March 24th.

Earth Hour Scavenger Hunt
Friday March 24 C&D Celebrate Earth Hour by participating in a eco scavenger hunt. Bring your friends and bring your phone to win prizes! Pick up the list in the caf.

Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contests
Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contest registration due March 24, $8 fee. Sign up ASAP.

Euclid math contest
Grade 12 Euclid math contest registration due March 21, $14 reg. fee. Sign up ASAP.

Watercolour Club
Watercolour club members have a meeting on Monday March 20th after school in room 109 for their club photo!

LEAP/SC SHSM
If you are interested in attending a full day of workshops celebrating Youth Involvement in Environmental and Social Justice Action at York University - you can pick up a permission form from the door of the Social Science office. The cost is only 10$ and amazing speakers like SARIKA CULLIS-SUZUKI.

Under the Spotlight
Hey Cawthra!  Student Council is hosting Cawthra's first Under the Spotlight!  This is an event dedicated to showcasing the diverse talents of our students.  Acts can be anything you like.  Auditions will be taking place March 22nd after school in the cafeteria and sign up sheets will be available on Monday.  For more information, see a student council representative.  We hope to see you there!

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MAR 10.2017 - This is a Week B


​Women's week wrap up
Hey Cawthra!  Today is the last day of women's week!  There will be a Kahoot in the caf during lunch.  Hope to see you there!

Girls Soccer
The first tryout for the girls soccer team will be Tuesday March 21st at 7am.  Come prepared for an indoor or outdoor tryout.  See Ms. Copithorn or Ms. Mielczarek in the social science office if you have any questions.

Cawthra Mock Trial Team
Congratulations to Cawthra's Mock trial team for successfully qualifying for the semi-finals of the Peel Mock Trial tournament! The team will re-try their case on March 24th in front of a panel of 3 Superior Court justices, where they will begin their journey to regain the title of Peel Mock Trial Champions!

Cawthra Swim Team at OFSAA
Congratulations to the following swimmers for representing Cawthra Park at the OFSAA Swimming Championships: Serena Li, Ryan Babensee, Brandon Teixiera, Shon Wickes, and Jack Zhang.  A special shout out to Serena Li who placed 9th overall in the 100m freestyle, and Jack Zhang who placed 15th overall in the 100m breaststroke.  Congratulations to the entire team for a phenomenal season.

SUPERLATIVE BALLOTS
ATTENTION GRADS! Today is the deadline for submitting your superlative ballot. Drop off your complete ballot in the clearly marked box at the student counter.

Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contests
Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contest registration due March 24, $8 fee. Sign up ASAP.

Euclid math contest
Grade 12 Euclid math contest registration due March 21, $14 reg. fee. Sign up ASAP.

Watercolour Club
Watercolour club members have a meeting on Monday March 20th after school in room 109 for their club photo!

LEAP/SC SHSM
If you are interested in attending a full day of workshops celebrating Youth Involvement in Environmental and Social Justice Action at York University - you can pick up a permission form from the door of the Social Science office. The cost is only 10$ and amazing speakers like SARIKA CULLIS-SUZUKI.

GRADUATE SUPERLATIVES!
Attention all 2017 graduates! Don't miss out on casting your votes. The superlative ballots will be released Tuesday morning in all homerooms. Students with first period spare can pick up their ballot at the student counter - ID required. All ballots must be submitted by 3 pm on Friday, March 10. There will be a clearly marked box at the student counter to place your ballot in. Happy Voting!

Women's Week
March 6-10 is Women's Week, so please join your Cawthra Student Council in our celebrations.  Monday, purple ribbons will be handed out to show support for women's rights.  Tuesday, pink lemonade will be sold in the cafeteria for $1 to raise money for Because I am a Girl.  Wednesday, join us in our stand against sexual violence by coming out to our Take Back the Night rally.  Thursday, you can create gifts for the women in your life by making bath bombs in the cafeteria at lunch.  Finally, Friday, join us for Kahoot!.  For more info, check CSC's social media or see a representative.

Under the Spotlight
Hey Cawthra!  Student Council is hosting Cawthra's first Under the Spotlight!  This is an event dedicated to showcasing the diverse talents of our students.  Acts can be anything you like.  Auditions will be taking place March 22nd after school in the cafeteria and sign up sheets will be available on Monday.  For more information, see a student council representative.  We hope to see you there!

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

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​MAR 09.2017 - This is a Week B

Cawthra Swim Team at OFSAA
Congratulations to the following swimmers for representing Cawthra Park at the OFSAA Swimming Championships: Serena Li, Ryan Babensee, Brandon Teixiera, Shon Wickes, and Jack Zhang.  A special shout out to Serena Li who placed 9th overall in the 100m freestyle, and Jack Zhang who placed 15th overall in the 100m breaststroke.  Congratulations to the entire team for a phenomenal season.

PARIS MEETING
PARIS! PARIS! Meeting tonight for parents and students at 7pm in the school library.

Girls Soccer
Any girls interested in trying out for the soccer team must attend a brief meeting today afterschool in room 205.  See Ms. Copithorn in the social science office if you have any questions.

Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contests
Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contest registration due March 24, $8 fee. Sign up ASAP.

Euclid math contest
Grade 12 Euclid math contest registration due March 21, $14 reg. fee. Sign up ASAP.

Watercolour Club
Watercolour club members have a meeting on Monday March 20th after school in room 109 for their club photo!

LEAP/SC SHSM
If you are interested in attending a full day of workshops celebrating Youth Involvement in Environmental and Social Justice Action at York University - you can pick up a permission form from the door of the Social Science office. The cost is only 10$ and amazing speakers like SARIKA CULLIS-SUZUKI.

GRADUATE SUPERLATIVES!
Attention all 2017 graduates! Don't miss out on casting your votes. The superlative ballots will be released Tuesday morning in all homerooms. Students with first period spare can pick up their ballot at the student counter - ID required. All ballots must be submitted by 3 pm on Friday, March 10. There will be a clearly marked box at the student counter to place your ballot in. Happy Voting!

Women's Week
March 6-10 is Women's Week, so please join your Cawthra Student Council in our celebrations.  Monday, purple ribbons will be handed out to show support for women's rights.  Tuesday, pink lemonade will be sold in the cafeteria for $1 to raise money for Because I am a Girl.  Wednesday, join us in our stand against sexual violence by coming out to our Take Back the Night rally.  Thursday, you can create gifts for the women in your life by making bath bombs in the cafeteria at lunch.  Finally, Friday, join us for Kahoot!.  For more info, check CSC's social media or see a representative.

Under the Spotlight
Hey Cawthra!  Student Council is hosting Cawthra's first Under the Spotlight!  This is an event dedicated to showcasing the diverse talents of our students.  Acts can be anything you like.  Auditions will be taking place March 22nd after school in the cafeteria and sign up sheets will be available on Monday.  For more information, see a student council representative.  We hope to see you there!

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

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MAR 08.2017 - This is a Week B

Girls Soccer
Any girls interested in trying out for the girls soccer team must attend a brief meeting this Thursday immediately afterschool in room 205.  Please see Ms. Copithorn in social science if you have any questions!

Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contests
Fryer, Galois, Hypatia math contest registration due March 24, $8 fee. Sign up ASAP.

Euclid math contest
Grade 12 Euclid math contest registration due March 21, $14 reg. fee. Sign up ASAP.

Watercolour Club
Watercolour club members have a meeting on Monday March 20th after school in room 109 for their club photo!

LEAP/SC SHSM
If you are interested in attending a full day of workshops celebrating Youth Involvement in Environmental and Social Justice Action at York University - you can pick up a permission form from the door of the Social Science office. The cost is only 10$ and amazing speakers like SARIKA CULLIS-SUZUKI.

GRADUATE SUPERLATIVES!
Attention all 2017 graduates! Don't miss out on casting your votes. The superlative ballots will be released Tuesday morning in all homerooms. Students with first period spare can pick up their ballot at the student counter - ID required. All ballots must be submitted by 3 pm on Friday, March 10. There will be a clearly marked box at the student counter to place your ballot in. Happy Voting!

Music Repertoire Night
Come and enjoy a fantastic evening of music performed by the 5 repertoire ensembles at Music Repertoire Night. Wednesday evening at 7 pm in the auditorium - a wonderful free event!

Women's Week
March 6-10 is Women's Week, so please join your Cawthra Student Council in our celebrations.  Monday, purple ribbons will be handed out to show support for women's rights.  Tuesday, pink lemonade will be sold in the cafeteria for $1 to raise money for Because I am a Girl.  Wednesday, join us in our stand against sexual violence by coming out to our Take Back the Night rally.  Thursday, you can create gifts for the women in your life by making bath bombs in the cafeteria at lunch.  Finally, Friday, join us for Kahoot!.  For more info, check CSC's social media or see a representative.

Ultimate Frisbee tryouts
Ultimate Frisbee tryouts are coming!! Tryouts for students in grades 9 and 10 are this Friday after school in the gym. Tryouts for senior students are next week Wednesday March 8 after school. Ultimate is co-ed and varsity so anyone can tryout. No previous experience is required. Sign up on the sports board in the hallway outside the boys P.E. office. See Mr. Palias if you have any questions.

Under the Spotlight
Hey Cawthra!  Student Council is hosting Cawthra's first Under the Spotlight!  This is an event dedicated to showcasing the diverse talents of our students.  Acts can be anything you like.  Auditions will be taking place March 22nd after school in the cafeteria and sign up sheets will be available on Monday.  For more information, see a student council representative.  We hope to see you there!

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

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​MAR 02.2017 - This is a Week A

Music Repertoire Night
Come and enjoy a fantastic evening of music performed by the 5 repertoire ensembles at Music Repertoire Night. Wednesday evening at 7 pm in the auditorium - a wonderful free event!

Indigenous Games
Reminder to any students participating in the Indigenous games on March 7th to please return your permission forms to Ms. Cossette

Women's Week
March 6-10 is Women's Week, so please join your Cawthra Student Council in our celebrations.  Monday, purple ribbons will be handed out to show support for women's rights.  Tuesday, pink lemonade will be sold in the cafeteria for $1 to raise money for Because I am a Girl.  Wednesday, join us in our stand against sexual violence by coming out to our Take Back the Night rally.  Thursday, you can create gifts for the women in your life by making bath bombs in the cafeteria at lunch.  Finally, Friday, join us for Kahoot!.  For more info, check CSC's social media or see a representative.

Ultimate Frisbee tryouts
Ultimate Frisbee tryouts are coming!! Tryouts for students in grades 9 and 10 are this Friday after school in the gym. Tryouts for senior students are next week Wednesday March 8 after school. Ultimate is co-ed and varsity so anyone can tryout. No previous experience is required. Sign up on the sports board in the hallway outside the boys P.E. office. See Mr. Palias if you have any questions.

Senior Boys Soccer Team Tryouts 2017
The first tryout for those interesting in trying out for the Senior Boys Soccer Team will be on Tuesday March 7th at 3:15 pm in Gym A/B. Please sign up on the tryout list located on the bulletin board in the hallway outside of the Boys P.E. Office.

Under the Spotlight
Hey Cawthra!  Student Council is hosting Cawthra's first Under the Spotlight!  This is an event dedicated to showcasing the diverse talents of our students.  Acts can be anything you like.  Auditions will be taking place March 22nd after school in the cafeteria and sign up sheets will be available on Monday.  For more information, see a student council representative.  We hope to see you there!

Track and Field 2017!
Track and Field 2017!  All potential track athletes are asked to check for posters around the school outlining the pre-season meetings.  All interested athletes MUST attend one of the two meeting to be eligible for this year's track and field team. 

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

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MAR 02.2017 - This is a Week A

Library Closed B,C,D
The library is closed during periods B, C and D today for the Practice Literacy Test. Only students invited to write the practice literacy test will be in the library. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Practice Literacy Test
This is an important announcement for students invited to the write the Practice Literacy Test. All those invited are to come directly to the library at the beginning of period C today. You will write in period C and lunch will be provided in D. Teachers please refer to your email for a list of excused students.

Women's Week
March 6-10 is Women's Week, so please join your Cawthra Student Council in our celebrations.  Monday, purple ribbons will be handed out to show support for women's rights.  Tuesday, pink lemonade will be sold in the cafeteria for $1 to raise money for Because I am a Girl.  Wednesday, join us in our stand against sexual violence by coming out to our Take Back the Night rally.  Thursday, you can create gifts for the women in your life by making bath bombs in the cafeteria at lunch.  Finally, Friday, join us for Kahoot!.  For more info, check CSC's social media or see a representative.

Ultimate Frisbee tryouts
Ultimate Frisbee tryouts are coming!! Tryouts for students in grades 9 and 10 are this Friday after school in the gym. Tryouts for senior students are next week Wednesday March 8 after school. Ultimate is co-ed and varsity so anyone can tryout. No previous experience is required. Sign up on the sports board in the hallway outside the boys P.E. office. See Mr. Palias if you have any questions.

Senior Boys Soccer Team Tryouts 2017
The first tryout for those interesting in trying out for the Senior Boys Soccer Team will be on Tuesday March 7th at 3:15 pm in Gym A/B. Please sign up on the tryout list located on the bulletin board in the hallway outside of the Boys P.E. Office.

Music Trip letter
All students going on the music trip to Chicago in May should come to the music office to pick up a letter to go home.

Under the Spotlight
Hey Cawthra!  Student Council is hosting Cawthra's first Under the Spotlight!  This is an event dedicated to showcasing the diverse talents of our students.  Acts can be anything you like.  Auditions will be taking place March 22nd after school in the cafeteria and sign up sheets will be available on Monday.  For more information, see a student council representative.  We hope to see you there!

Track and Field 2017!
Track and Field 2017!  All potential track athletes are asked to check for posters around the school outlining the pre-season meetings.  All interested athletes MUST attend one of the two meeting to be eligible for this year's track and field team. 

LEAP
Are you interested in playing LaCross and other Indigenous sports? We are looking for 32 students of all grade on March the 7th from 10-11:30. Please sign up on the door of the social science office!

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

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MAR 01.2017 - This is a Week A

Ultimate Frisbee tryouts
Ultimate Frisbee tryouts are coming!! Tryouts for students in grades 9 and 10 are this Friday after school in the gym. Tryouts for senior students are next week Wednesday March 8 after school. Ultimate is co-ed and varsity so anyone can tryout. No previous experience is required. Sign up on the sports board in the hallway outside the boys P.E. office. See Mr. Palias if you have any questions.

Senior Badminton Tryouts: Round 1
The first round of cuts for the senior badminton team will be posted on the bulletin board outside of gym AB by the end of the day on Tuesday. See Mr. Szeto if you have any questions.

Music Trip letter
All students going on the music trip to Chicago in May should come to the music office to pick up a letter to go home.

Under the Spotlight
Hey Cawthra!  Student Council is hosting Cawthra's first Under the Spotlight!  This is an event dedicated to showcasing the diverse talents of our students.  Acts can be anything you like.  Auditions will be taking place March 22nd after school in the cafeteria and sign up sheets will be available on Monday.  For more information, see a student council representative.  We hope to see you there!

Track and Field 2017!
Track and Field 2017!  All potential track athletes are asked to check for posters around the school outlining the pre-season meetings.  All interested athletes MUST attend one of the two meeting to be eligible for this year's track and field team. 

LEAP
Are you interested in playing LaCross and other Indigenous sports? We are looking for 32 students of all grade on March the 7th from 10-11:30. Please sign up on the door of the social science office!

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

Eco Challenge
Eco Club competition. Invent a watering system for our outdoor gardens & our indoor seedlings. Upcycle, Recycle or 3D design. Alternating Wednesdays at lunch. Wk A period C. Week B period D. All are welcome.

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FEB 28.2017 - This is a Week A

Under the Spotlight
Sign up sheets for Under the Spotlight are now available on Cawthra Student Council's Facebook page!

Senior Badminton Tryouts: Round 1
The first round of cuts for the senior badminton team will be posted on the bulletin board outside of gym AB by the end of the day on Tuesday. See Mr. Szeto if you have any questions.

Pascal, Cayley, Fermat Math Contests
Pascal, Cayley, Fermat math contests TODAY in Room 214, period C or D.

Music Trip letter
All students going on the music trip to Chicago in May should come to the music office to pick up a letter to go home.

OUAC resubmission
If you have applied to university through the OUAC, please be informed that there has been a resubmission of marks from semester one. Please look at your profile to verify the information.

Under the Spotlight
Hey Cawthra!  Student Council is hosting Cawthra's first Under the Spotlight!  This is an event dedicated to showcasing the diverse talents of our students.  Acts can be anything you like.  Auditions will be taking place March 22nd after school in the cafeteria and sign up sheets will be available on Monday.  For more information, see a student council representative.  We hope to see you there!

Track and Field 2017!
Track and Field 2017!  All potential track athletes are asked to check for posters around the school outlining the pre-season meetings.  All interested athletes MUST attend one of the two meeting to be eligible for this year's track and field team. 

LEAP
Are you interested in playing LaCross and other Indigenous sports? We are looking for 32 students of all grade on March the 7th from 10-11:30. Please sign up on the door of the social science office!

The National Biology Contest
If you plan to write the National Biology Contest this spring, TOMORROW is your final day for registration and payment. See Ms Stevens in science. 

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

Photography Club
Are you interested in taking photos? Taking your insta game into the next level? Maybe you want to work in the darkroom?  If so, then join us every Wednesday in Room 100 from 3:05 pm until 4:30 pm. 

Eco Challenge
Eco Club competition. Invent a watering system for our outdoor gardens & our indoor seedlings. Upcycle, Recycle or 3D design. Alternating Wednesdays at lunch. Wk A period C. Week B period D. All are welcome.

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​FEB 27.2017 - This is a Week A
Music Trip letter
All students going on the music trip to Chicago in May should come to the music office to pick up a letter to go home.

Badminton tryouts
Badminton tryouts are on Monday February 27 after school. See Mr Szeto if you can't make it. All interested players should come changed. Bring your badminton racquet and goggles if you have one.

Sr Girls Volleyball in the FINALS!
Congratulations to the Senior Girls Volleyball Team for their 2-0 semi-final win against St. Michaels! The big win puts the team in the finals against D'Youville. The ROPSSAA Championships are on Tuesday, February 28 at CAWTHRA. Save the date and come show your support!

OUAC resubmission
If you have applied to university through the OUAC, please be informed that there has been a resubmission of marks from semester one. Please look at your profile to verify the information.

Under the Spotlight
Hey Cawthra!  Student Council is hosting Cawthra's first Under the Spotlight!  This is an event dedicated to showcasing the diverse talents of our students.  Acts can be anything you like.  Auditions will be taking place March 22nd after school in the cafeteria and sign up sheets will be available on Monday.  For more information, see a student council representative.  We hope to see you there!

Track and Field 2017!
Track and Field 2017!  All potential track athletes are asked to check for posters around the school outlining the pre-season meetings.  All interested athletes MUST attend one of the two meeting to be eligible for this year's track and field team. 

Summer Job Opportunities in Brampton
The City of Brampton has sent information about several well-paying summer job opportunities in departments such as Urban Design, Health, Safety & Wellness and Creative Services. If interested, see the "Jobs" board outside of guidance for details.

Grad gowns!
Attention Cawthra Park Graduates:  the deadline for gown forms and payments has been extended to Monday, February 27.  Extra gown forms are available at the Student Counter or online on the Cawthra Student Council Facebook page.  Forms will be collected in the Conference Room during both lunches.  Remember your $20 and know your height!

LEAP
Are you interested in playing LaCross and other Indigenous sports? We are looking for 32 students of all grade on March the 7th from 10-11:30. Please sign up on the door of the social science office!

The National Biology Contest
Attention science students; if you hope to write the National Biology Contest this spring, Wednesday March 1st is your final day for registration and payment. See Ms Stevens in science.  Details of, and samples of the contest can be found on Ms Stevens' SBI4U website.

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

Photography Club
Are you interested in taking photos? Taking your insta game into the next level? Maybe you want to work in the darkroom?  If so, then join us every Wednesday in Room 100 from 3:05 pm until 4:30 pm. 

Eco Challenge
Eco Club competition. Invent a watering system for our outdoor gardens & our indoor seedlings. Upcycle, Recycle or 3D design. Alternating Wednesdays at lunch. Wk A period C. Week B period D. All are welcome.

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FEB 23.2017 - This is a Week B

Girls Volleyball Playoffs
Cawthra, your senior girls volleyball team is in the semi-finals against St. Michael's from Bolton. The game is today here at the school! This is kind of a big deal, so come down to the gym after school to see the epic battle for a spot in the ROPSSAA championship!!

Summer Job Opportunities in Brampton
The City of Brampton has sent information about several well-paying summer job opportunities in departments such as Urban Design, Health, Safety & Wellness and Creative Services. If interested, see the "Jobs" board outside of guidance for details.

Grad gowns!
Attention all grade 12 students:  this is a reminder that the grad gown sizing forms and payments are now due.  Forms and payment can be handed in at the Conference Room during both lunches.  If you did not receive a form, there are extra copies available at the Student Counter.  All forms and payment must be received today!  Thank  you!

Sr Girls VBall QF results
Congratulations to the Senior Girls Volleyball team on their quarter final win against St. Roch! Excellent offense by Brooke Stevens, Julie Le, and Tamara Gutic and defense by Kyra Chang-Lewis and Megan Vlahiotis kept the girls in the lead the entire match. We're off to the semi-finals on Thursday!

LEAP
Are you interested in playing LaCross and other Indigenous sports? We are looking for 32 students of all grade on March the 7th from 10-11:30. Please sign up on the door of the social science office!

The National Biology Contest
Attention science students; if you hope to write the National Biology Contest this spring, you MUST register and pay your $7 enrollment fee to Ms Stevens by MARCH 1st.  Details of, and samples of the contest can be found on Ms Stevens' SBI4U website.

3-Point Shooting Contest
Hey Cawthra! Its that time of year again! The 3-point shooting contest is here! This Thursday, February, 23, Athletic Council will be running the 3-point contest during period C and D lunch! Its $2 to play and $1 to watch, all proceeds go towards Jumpstart. See you there!

Sears Peel South Drama Fest
Sears, Sears, Sears! Cawthra is hosting the regional Sears festival shows this Wednesday and Thursday at 7pm. Come out to support the shows and see performances from other local high schools. Get your ticket for $10 today in the caf during Periods C and D every day this week.

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

3-point Challenge
HEYYYYYY CAWTHRA ALL STARS! The NBA All-Star Weekend is coming up and you know what that means! The 3-Point Contest is here!
Next Thursday, February the 23rd, during period C and period D lunch Athletic Council will be running the annual 3-Point Contest. Be sure to come out and try to become the Junior or Senior Champion! It's $2 to play and $1 to watch, all proceeds go to Jumpstart. See you on the court!

Photography Club
Are you interested in taking photos? Taking your insta game into the next level? Maybe you want to work in the darkroom?  If so, then join us every Wednesday in Room 100 from 3:05 pm until 4:30 pm. 

Eco Challenge
Eco Club competition. Invent a watering system for our outdoor gardens & our indoor seedlings. Upcycle, Recycle or 3D design. Alternating Wednesdays at lunch. Wk A period C. Week B period D. All are welcome.

Carelton Follow up Visit
Carleton University will be here on Thursday February 23rd in the Career Centre from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. for all those students who will be attending Carleton in the Fall.  Now is your time to ask questions.

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FEB 22.2017 - This is a Week B

Grad Gowns!
Attention all grade 12 students:  this is a reminder that the grad gown sizing forms and payments are now due.  Forms and payment can be handed in at the Conference Room during both lunches.  If you did not receive a form, there are extra copies available at the Student Counter.  All forms and payment must be received by tomorrow, Thursday February 23.  Thank  you!

Sr Girls VBall QF results
Congratulations to the Senior Girls Volleyball team on their quarter final win against St. Roch! Excellent offense by Brooke Stevens, Julie Le, and Tamara Gutic and defense by Kyra Chang-Lewis and Megan Vlahiotis kept the girls in the lead the entire match. We're off to the semi-finals on Thursday!

LEAP
Are you interested in playing LaCross and other Indigenous sports? We are looking for 32 students of all grade on March the 7th from 10-11:30. Please sign up on the door of the social science office!

The National Biology Contest
Attention science students; if you hope to write the National Biology Contest this spring, you MUST register and pay your $7 enrollment fee to Ms Stevens by MARCH 1st.  Details of, and samples of the contest can be found on Ms Stevens' SBI4U website.

3-Point Shooting Contest
Hey Cawthra! Its that time of year again! The 3-point shooting contest is here! This Thursday, February, 23, Athletic Council will be running the 3-point contest during period C and D lunch! Its $2 to play and $1 to watch, all proceeds go towards Jumpstart. See you there!

Sears Peel South Drama Fest
Sears, Sears, Sears! Cawthra is hosting the regional Sears festival shows this Wednesday and Thursday at 7pm. Come out to support the shows and see performances from other local high schools. Get your ticket for $10 today in the caf during Periods C and D every day this week.

Canadian Computing Competition
Canadian Computing Competition: Feb 22, Room 310, 2nd and 3rd periods.

New Scholarship Report is in!
Attention Grads - the February / March Scholarship Report is in! Please see the copy posted in the career centre for some great scholarship opportunities.

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

3-point Challenge
HEYYYYYY CAWTHRA ALL STARS! The NBA All-Star Weekend is coming up and you know what that means! The 3-Point Contest is here!
Next Thursday, February the 23rd, during period C and period D lunch Athletic Council will be running the annual 3-Point Contest. Be sure to come out and try to become the Junior or Senior Champion! It's $2 to play and $1 to watch, all proceeds go to Jumpstart. See you on the court!

Photography Club
Are you interested in taking photos? Taking your insta game into the next level? Maybe you want to work in the darkroom?  If so, then join us every Wednesday in Room 100 from 3:05 pm until 4:30 pm. 

Eco Challenge
Eco Club competition. Invent a watering system for our outdoor gardens & our indoor seedlings. Upcycle, Recycle or 3D design. Alternating Wednesdays at lunch. Wk A period C. Week B period D. All are welcome.

Lakehead University Follow-up
Lakehead will be here on Thursday Feb.24th from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the Career Centre - so if you have any questions now is your time to ask them.

Carelton Follow up Visit
Carleton University will be here on Thursday February 23rd in the Career Centre from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. for all those students who will be attending Carleton in the Fall.  Now is your time to ask questions.

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​FEB 21.2017 - This is a Week B

New Scholarship Report is in!
Attention Grads - the February / March Scholarship Report is in! Please see the copy posted in the career centre for some great scholarship opportunities.

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

3-point Challenge
HEYYYYYY CAWTHRA ALL STARS! The NBA All-Star Weekend is coming up and you know what that means! The 3-Point Contest is here!
Next Thursday, February the 23rd, during period C and period D lunch Athletic Council will be running the annual 3-Point Contest. Be sure to come out and try to become the Junior or Senior Champion! It's $2 to play and $1 to watch, all proceeds go to Jumpstart. See you on the court!

Photography Club
Are you interested in taking photos? Taking your insta game into the next level? Maybe you want to work in the darkroom?  If so, then join us every Wednesday in Room 100 from 3:05 pm until 4:30 pm. 

Eco Challenge
Eco Club competition. Invent a watering system for our outdoor gardens & our indoor seedlings. Upcycle, Recycle or 3D design. Alternating Wednesdays at lunch. Wk A period C. Week B period D. All are welcome.

Lakehead University Follow-up
Lakehead will be here on Thursday Feb.24th from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the Career Centre - so if you have any questions now is your time to ask them.

Brock University Follow-up
Are you attending Brock University in the Fall, if so they are coming to Cawthra on Tuesday February 21st to answer any questions you may have.  Come to the Career Centre on February 21st at 8:15 in the morning.

Carelton Follow up Visit
Carleton University will be here on Thursday February 23rd in the Career Centre from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. for all those students who will be attending Carleton in the Fall.  Now is your time to ask questions.

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FEB 16.2017 - This is a Week A

New Scholarship Report is in!
Attention Grads - the February / March Scholarship Report is in! Please see the copy posted in the career centre for some great scholarship opportunities.

Summer Co-op Registration
Students interested in Summer Co-op please see a counselor to register.

3-point Challenge
HEYYYYYY CAWTHRA ALL STARS! The NBA All-Star Weekend is coming up and you know what that means! The 3-Point Contest is here!
Next Thursday, February the 23rd, during period C and period D lunch Athletic Council will be running the annual 3-Point Contest. Be sure to come out and try to become the Junior or Senior Champion! It's $2 to play and $1 to watch, all proceeds go to Jumpstart. See you on the court!

Prom Committee
There will be a prom committee meeting this Thursday in room 205 right after school. All those in grade 11 and 12 who are interested in joining should attend this information meeting. Please see Ms. Mielczarek in the social science office if you have any questions.

Peer Tutor Meeting
Attention all Peer Tutors. There will be a brief but mandatory meeting this Thursday February 16. Please join us at the beginning of your lunch, either Period C or Period D,  in the Career Centre.

Photography Club
Are you interested in taking photos? Taking your insta game into the next level? Maybe you want to work in the darkroom?  If so, then join us every Wednesday in Room 100 from 3:05 pm until 4:30 pm. 

Ultimate Frisbee training
Thinking about trying out for the ultimate Frisbee team? Want to get a workout and some practice in? Well come to the gym this Thursday after school and bring your indoor running shoes. This is not mandatory if you want to try out for the team.

Semi Formal
The time is near, Cawthra Park!  This Thursday is our semi formal, Into the Woods, from 6:00-10:00pm at the Living Arts Centre!  Please make sure that you and your guest have your tickets and student I.D. with you in order to gain entry into the event.  Also, please leave your valuables at home: Cawthra Park Secondary School nor the Living Arts Centre will be responsible for any lost or damaged belongings.  Please see the Cawthra Student Council social media sites for more important reminders.  If you have any questions, please see a Student Council representative.

Alpine Ski Team - ROPSSAA Results
Congratulations to the Alpine Ski Team for an outstanding season.  Our best result at ROPSSAA was by Cameron Knox won the bronze medal and just missed OFSAA by one place.  Other racers that reached the podium were Grace Stanton, Ben Dolega, Taylor Evans, and Alyssa Kowalenko.  As a team, Cawthra placed third in all of ROPSSAA.  Great work Panthers.  Thank you to Mr Holmes and Ms Miller for their expertise and support

Eco Challenge
Eco Club competition. Invent a watering system for our outdoor gardens & our indoor seedlings. Upcycle, Recycle or 3D design. Alternating Wednesdays at lunch. Wk A period C. Week B period D. All are welcome.

Recycling
It's Flip your Bin Thursday! In preparation for the long weekend, please put your recycling bins outside your classroom or office.  Thanks for sorting Cawthra! 

Prom Committee Meeting
Are you in grade 11 or 12, loving planning events and being a part of a team? Then the PROM committee is for you!!! We will have our brief information meeting next Thursday February 16th in room 205 and all those interested should attend. If you have any questions please see Ms. Mielczarek (aka. Ms. M) in the social science office.

Lakehead University Follow-up
Lakehead will be here on Thursday Feb.24th from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the Career Centre - so if you have any questions now is your time to ask them.

Brock University Follow-up
Are you attending Brock University in the Fall, if so they are coming to Cawthra on Tuesday February 21st to answer any questions you may have.  Come to the Career Centre on February 21st at 8:15 in the morning.

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FEB 15.2017 - This is a Week A

Prom Committee
There will be a prom committee meeting this Thursday in room 205 right after school. All those in grade 11 and 12 who are interested in joining should attend this information meeting. Please see Ms. Mielczarek in the social science office if you have any questions.

Peer Tutor Meeting
Attention all Peer Tutors. There will be a brief but mandatory meeting this Thursday February 16. Please join us at the beginning of your lunch, either Period C or Period D,  in the Career Centre.

Photography Club
Are you interested in taking photos? Taking your insta game into the next level? Maybe you want to work in the darkroom?  If so, then join us every Wednesday in Room 100 from 3:05 pm until 4:30 pm. 

Ultimate Frisbee training
Thinking about trying out for the ultimate Frisbee team? Want to get a workout and some practice in? Well come to the gym this Thursday after school and bring your indoor running shoes. This is not mandatory if you want to try out for the team.

Semi Formal
The time is near, Cawthra Park!  This Thursday is our semi formal, Into the Woods, from 6:00-10:00pm at the Living Arts Centre!  Please make sure that you and your guest have your tickets and student I.D. with you in order to gain entry into the event.  Also, please leave your valuables at home: Cawthra Park Secondary School nor the Living Arts Centre will be responsible for any lost or damaged belongings.  Please see the Cawthra Student Council social media sites for more important reminders.  If you have any questions, please see a Student Council representative.

Alpine Ski Team - ROPSSAA Results
Congratulations to the Alpine Ski Team for an outstanding season.  Our best result at ROPSSAA was by Cameron Knox won the bronze medal and just missed OFSAA by one place.  Other racers that reached the podium were Grace Stanton, Ben Dolega, Taylor Evans, and Alyssa Kowalenko.  As a team, Cawthra placed third in all of ROPSSAA.  Great work Panthers.  Thank you to Mr Holmes and Ms Miller for their expertise and support

Eco Challenge
Eco Club competition. Invent a watering system for our outdoor gardens & our indoor seedlings. Upcycle, Recycle or 3D design. Alternating Wednesdays at lunch. Wk A period C. Week B period D. All are welcome.

Badminton Tryouts
For all grade 9 to 12 students interested in playing on the badminton team this year, sign up in room 201 ASAP. Tryouts begin soon! See Mr. Szeto if you have any questions.

Prom Committee Meeting
Are you in grade 11 or 12, loving planning events and being a part of a team? Then the PROM committee is for you!!! We will have our brief information meeting next Thursday February 16th in room 205 and all those interested should attend. If you have any questions please see Ms. Mielczarek (aka. Ms. M) in the social science office.

Sears Drama Prefest
Hey Cawthra! It's that time of year already, Sears Prestival is just around the corner! Come show your support to the four student written, directed and acted shows; Verisimilitude, Room 93, Feel Something and Masters of Prejudice! Tickets are on sale from Tuesday to Friday this week during C and D in the caf. $5 for one ticket and $8 for two!

Tickets for Cawthra Sears Prefest
Hey Cawthra! It's that time of year already, Sears Prestival is just around the corner! Come show your support to the four student written, directed and acted shows; Verisimilitude, Room 93, Feel Something and Masters of Prejudice! Tickets are on sale from Tuesday to Friday this week during C and D in the caf. $5 for one ticket and $8 for two!

Lakehead University Follow-up
Lakehead will be here on Thursday Feb.24th from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the Career Centre - so if you have any questions now is your time to ask them.

Brock University Follow-up
Are you attending Brock University in the Fall, if so they are coming to Cawthra on Tuesday February 21st to answer any questions you may have.  Come to the Career Centre on February 21st at 8:15 in the morning.

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FEB 14.2017 - This is a Week A

Photography Club
Are you interested in taking photos? Taking your insta game into the next level? Maybe you want to work in the darkroom?  If so, then join us every Wednesday in Room 100 from 3:05 pm until 4:30 pm. 

Ultimate Frisbee training
Thinking about trying out for the ultimate Frisbee team? Want to get a workout and some practice in? Well come to the gym this Thursday after school and bring your indoor running shoes. This is not mandatory if you want to try out for the team.

Nerd Club Valentine Potluck
Hey, Cawthra! Tonight is Nerd Club's special Valentine's meeting. We are celebrating all the people left lonely on Valentine's Day by having a potluck for all attendees. If you are coming, please help out and bring food for everyone to enjoy! That's tonight in the Tech Wing, after school. Be there and be square!

Semi Formal
The time is near, Cawthra Park!  This Thursday is our semi formal, Into the Woods, from 6:00-10:00pm at the Living Arts Centre!  Please make sure that you and your guest have your tickets and student I.D. with you in order to gain entry into the event.  Also, please leave your valuables at home: Cawthra Park Secondary School nor the Living Arts Centre will be responsible for any lost or damaged belongings.  Please see the Cawthra Student Council social media sites for more important reminders.  If you have any questions, please see a Student Council representative.

Alpine Ski Team - ROPSSAA Results
Congratulations to the Alpine Ski Team for an outstanding season.  Our best result at ROPSSAA was by Cameron Knox won the bronze medal and just missed OFSAA by one place.  Other racers that reached the podium were Grace Stanton, Ben Dolega, Taylor Evans, and Alyssa Kowalenko.  As a team, Cawthra placed third in all of ROPSSAA.  Great work Panthers.  Thank you to Mr Holmes and Ms Miller for their expertise and support

SHOUT Valentine's Bake Sale
Attention Cawthra. SHOUT will be holding a Valentine's Day bake sale in the cafeteria during both lunch periods on Tuesday February 14th. We will be offering a variety of baked goods and some Valentine treats. So bring your money to buy a treat.

Spring Play Crews
Crew Hours!! Crew Hours!! Anyone interested in signing up to be on a crew for the spring play must attend a sign up meeting Tuesday after school in room 102. The meeting will be brief as the Sears festival requires the space. See Mr. Sprague for details.

Eco Challenge
Eco Club competition. Invent a watering system for our outdoor gardens & our indoor seedlings. Upcycle, Recycle or 3D design. Alternating Wednesdays at lunch. Wk A period C. Week B period D. All are welcome.

Badminton Tryouts
For all grade 9 to 12 students interested in playing on the badminton team this year, sign up in room 201 ASAP. Tryouts begin soon! See Mr. Szeto if you have any questions.

LEAP
Come out to LEAP in room 204 this Thursday for our general meeting. This week we will be talking about truth in the media and advertising!

Prom Committee Meeting
Are you in grade 11 or 12, loving planning events and being a part of a team? Then the PROM committee is for you!!! We will have our brief information meeting next Thursday February 16th in room 205 and all those interested should attend. If you have any questions please see Ms. Mielczarek (aka. Ms. M) in the social science office.

Sears Drama Prefest
Hey Cawthra! It's that time of year already, Sears Prestival is just around the corner! Come show your support to the four student written, directed and acted shows; Verisimilitude, Room 93, Feel Something and Masters of Prejudice! Tickets are on sale from Tuesday to Friday this week during C and D in the caf. $5 for one ticket and $8 for two!

Tickets for Cawthra Sears Prefest
Hey Cawthra! It's that time of year already, Sears Prestival is just around the corner! Come show your support to the four student written, directed and acted shows; Verisimilitude, Room 93, Feel Something and Masters of Prejudice! Tickets are on sale from Tuesday to Friday this week during C and D in the caf. $5 for one ticket and $8 for two!

Lakehead University Follow-up
Lakehead will be here on Thursday Feb.24th from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the Career Centre - so if you have any questions now is your time to ask them.

York University Follow up
York University will be here on Wednesday Feb. 15th from 11:30 - 1:30 p.m. in the career centre for students who plan on attending York in the Fall.  Please come and have all your questions answered.

Brock University Follow-up
Are you attending Brock University in the Fall, if so they are coming to Cawthra on Tuesday February 21st to answer any questions you may have.  Come to the Career Centre on February 21st at 8:15 in the morning.

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FEB 13.2017 - This is a Week A

Alpine Ski Team - ROPSSAA Results
Congratulations to the Alpine Ski Team for an outstanding season.  Our best result at ROPSSAA was by Cameron Knox won the bronze medal and just missed OFSAA by one place.  Other racers that reached the podium were Grace Stanton, Ben Dolega, Taylor Evans, and Alyssa Kowalenko.  As a team, Cawthra placed third in all of ROPSSAA.  Great work Panthers.  Thank you to Mr Holmes and Ms Miller for their expertise and support

Attn DECA
Deca meeting today after schol in room 303

SHOUT meeting
Attention SHOUT members. We need to meet today, Monday February 13th, at the beginning of Period C in Rm. 203 and at the beginning of Period D in Rm. 205 to finalize our plans for our Valentine's Day bake sale. We need all members to attend this brief but important meeting.

SHOUT Valentine's Bake Sale
Attention Cawthra. SHOUT will be holding a Valentine's Day bake sale in the cafeteria during both lunch periods on Tuesday February 14th. We will be offering a variety of baked goods and some Valentine treats. So bring your money to buy a treat.

Spring Play Crews
Crew Hours!! Crew Hours!! Anyone interested in signing up to be on a crew for the spring play must attend a sign up meeting Tuesday after school in room 102. The meeting will be brief as the Sears festival requires the space. See Mr. Sprague for details.

Eco Challenge
Eco Club competition. Invent a watering system for our outdoor gardens & our indoor seedlings. Upcycle, Recycle or 3D design. Alternating Wednesdays at lunch. Wk A period C. Week B period D. All are welcome.

Badminton Tryouts
For all grade 9 to 12 students interested in playing on the badminton team this year, sign up in room 201 ASAP. Tryouts begin soon! See Mr. Szeto if you have any questions.

Nerd Club Valentine Potluck
Hey, Cawthra! Nerd Club is hosting a holiday meeting this Tuesday, February 14th. We are celebrating all the people left lonely on Valentine's Day by having a potluck for all attendees. If you are coming, please help out and bring food for everyone to enjoy! That's Tuesday in the Tech Wing, after school. Be there and be square!

LEAP
Come out to LEAP in room 204 this Thursday for our general meeting. This week we will be talking about truth in the media and advertising!

Prom Committee Meeting
Are you in grade 11 or 12, loving planning events and being a part of a team? Then the PROM committee is for you!!! We will have our brief information meeting next Thursday February 16th in room 205 and all those interested should attend. If you have any questions please see Ms. Mielczarek (aka. Ms. M) in the social science office.

Sears Drama Prefest
Hey Cawthra! It's that time of year already, Sears Prestival is just around the corner! Come show your support to the four student written, directed and acted shows; Verisimilitude, Room 93, Feel Something and Masters of Prejudice! Tickets are on sale from Tuesday to Friday this week during C and D in the caf. $5 for one ticket and $8 for two!

Tickets for Cawthra Sears Prefest
Hey Cawthra! It's that time of year already, Sears Prestival is just around the corner! Come show your support to the four student written, directed and acted shows; Verisimilitude, Room 93, Feel Something and Masters of Prejudice! Tickets are on sale from Tuesday to Friday this week during C and D in the caf. $5 for one ticket and $8 for two!

Lakehead University Follow-up
Lakehead will be here on Thursday Feb.24th from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the Career Centre - so if you have any questions now is your time to ask them.

York University Follow up
York University will be here on Wednesday Feb. 15th from 11:30 - 1:30 p.m. in the career centre for students who plan on attending York in the Fall.  Please come and have all your questions answered.

Brock University Follow-up
Are you attending Brock University in the Fall, if so they are coming to Cawthra on Tuesday February 21st to answer any questions you may have.  Come to the Career Centre on February 21st at 8:15 in the morning.

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FEB 10.2017 - This is a Week B

Chicago music trip meeting
All students attending the music trip to Chicago are reminded of the meeting after school today in room 108 to make the rooming lists.  All should attend!

Prom Committee Meeting
Are you in grade 11 or 12, loving planning events and being a part of a team? Then the PROM committee is for you!!! We will have our brief information meeting next Thursday February 16th in room 205 and all those interested should attend. If you have any questions please see Ms. Mielczarek (aka. Ms. M) in the social science office.

Sears Drama Prefest
Hey Cawthra! It's that time of year already, Sears Prestival is just around the corner! Come show your support to the four student written, directed and acted shows; Verisimilitude, Room 93, Feel Something and Masters of Prejudice! Tickets are on sale from Tuesday to Friday this week during C and D in the caf. $5 for one ticket and $8 for two!

Pascal, Cayley, Fermat Contests 2017
Pascal, Cayley, Fermat math contests: Feb 28 (register by Feb 10). See a math teacher for more info.

Tickets for Cawthra Sears Prefest
Hey Cawthra! It's that time of year already, Sears Prestival is just around the corner! Come show your support to the four student written, directed and acted shows; Verisimilitude, Room 93, Feel Something and Masters of Prejudice! Tickets are on sale from Tuesday to Friday this week during C and D in the caf. $5 for one ticket and $8 for two!

Tis the Season DVD's
Tis the Season DVD's have arrived to the music department.  Please pick up your paid copy or bring $20 to get a copy of the show.  First come first served!

Lakehead University Follow-up
Lakehead will be here on Thursday Feb.24th from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the Career Centre - so if you have any questions now is your time to ask them.

Lifeguards needed!
Interested in lifeguarding for P.E. classes this semester? This is a paid position. Come by the boys P.E. office right after school on Tuesday for a very brief but important meeting. Bring your NLS qualifications if the school doesn't have them already. Any questions: see Mr. Palias.

York University Follow up
York University will be here on Wednesday Feb. 15th from 11:30 - 1:30 p.m. in the career centre for students who plan on attending York in the Fall.  Please come and have all your questions answered.

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FEB 09.2017 - This is a Week B


SHOUT Meeting on Thurs. Feb. 9th
Hey Cawthra! There will be a SHOUT meeting this Thursday at the beginning of Period C in Rm. 203 and the beginning of Pd. D in Rm. 205. We need to finalize our plans for our Valentine's Day Bake Sale happening on Tues. Feb. 14th. New members are always welcome. See you all on Thursday.

Lifeguards
For those lifeguards who were not able to make it to the meeting yesterday, please come by to see Mr. Palias at the beginning of your lunch today to sign up for guarding Phys. Ed. classes.

Tickets for Cawthra Sears Prefest
Hey Cawthra! It's that time of year already, Sears Prestival is just around the corner! Come show your support to the four student written, directed and acted shows; Verisimilitude, Room 93, Feel Something and Masters of Prejudice! Tickets are on sale from Tuesday to Friday this week during C and D in the caf. $5 for one ticket and $8 for two!

Volleyball games postponed
Due to the bus cancellation, today's girls volleyball doubleheader has been postponed until Monday Feb. 13.

Tis the Season DVD's
Tis the Season DVD's have arrived to the music department.  Please pick up your paid copy or bring $20 to get a copy of the show.  First come first served!

Lakehead University Follow-up
Lakehead will be here on Thursday Feb.24th from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the Career Centre - so if you have any questions now is your time to ask them.

Volunteer oppotunity
If you would like to earn volunteer hours during the march break, check out the volunteer bulletin board across from guidance for a fun position working with kids in a cooking camp.

Lifeguards needed!
Interested in lifeguarding for P.E. classes this semester? This is a paid position. Come by the boys P.E. office right after school on Tuesday for a very brief but important meeting. Bring your NLS qualifications if the school doesn't have them already. Any questions: see Mr. Palias.

York University Follow up
York University will be here on Wednesday Feb. 15th from 11:30 - 1:30 p.m. in the career centre for students who plan on attending York in the Fall.  Please come and have all your questions answered.

Pascal, Cayley, Fermat Contests 2017
Pascal, Cayley, Fermat math contests: Feb 28 (register by Feb 10). See a math teacher for more info.

Ryerson Follow-up Visit
Ryerson University will be here on Thursday February 9th in the Career Centre during both lunch hours to answer any questions to students who have applied to Ryerson or students who are interested in Ryerson.

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FEB 08.2017 - This is a Week B

Alpine Ski Team
Attention Alpine Ski Team: please go to the Girls Phys Ed Office today to talk to Ms Phelan about Friday's race.

SHOUT Meeting on Thurs. Feb. 9th
Hey Cawthra! There will be a SHOUT meeting this Thursday at the beginning of Period C in Rm. 203 and the beginning of Pd. D in Rm. 205. We need to finalize our plans for our Valentine's Day Bake Sale happening on Tues. Feb. 14th. New members are always welcome. See you all on Thursday.

Lifeguards
For those lifeguards who were not able to make it to the meeting yesterday, please come by to see Mr. Palias at the beginning of your lunch today to sign up for guarding Phys. Ed. classes.

Canadian Computing Competition
Last day to register for Canadian Computing Competition! See Mr. Garvin ASAP.

Garden Club meets Wednesdays
It might be winter outside but things are sprouting indoors!  Join the garden club!  We meet Wednesdays after school and are looking for students from all grades to help plan our new garden for this spring.  This week we will also be growing our own salad sprouts.  Stop by room 317 after school this Wednesday! 

Tickets for Cawthra Sears Prefest
Hey Cawthra! It's that time of year already, Sears Prestival is just around the corner! Come show your support to the four student written, directed and acted shows; Verisimilitude, Room 93, Feel Something and Masters of Prejudice! Tickets are on sale from Tuesday to Friday this week during C and D in the caf. $5 for one ticket and $8 for two!

Volleyball games postponed
Due to the bus cancellation, today's girls volleyball doubleheader has been postponed until Monday Feb. 13.

Tis the Season DVD's
Tis the Season DVD's have arrived to the music department.  Please pick up your paid copy or bring $20 to get a copy of the show.  First come first served!

Lakehead University Follow-up
Lakehead will be here on Thursday Feb.24th from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the Career Centre - so if you have any questions now is your time to ask them.

Volunteer oppotunity
If you would like to earn volunteer hours during the march break, check out the volunteer bulletin board across from guidance for a fun position working with kids in a cooking camp.

Lifeguards needed!
Interested in lifeguarding for P.E. classes this semester? This is a paid position. Come by the boys P.E. office right after school on Tuesday for a very brief but important meeting. Bring your NLS qualifications if the school doesn't have them already. Any questions: see Mr. Palias.

York University Follow up
York University will be here on Wednesday Feb. 15th from 11:30 - 1:30 p.m. in the career centre for students who plan on attending York in the Fall.  Please come and have all your questions answered.

Pascal, Cayley, Fermat Contests 2017
Pascal, Cayley, Fermat math contests: Feb 28 (register by Feb 10). See a math teacher for more info.

Ryerson Follow-up Visit
Ryerson University will be here on Thursday February 9th in the Career Centre during both lunch hours to answer any questions to students who have applied to Ryerson or students who are interested in Ryerson.

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FEB 07.2017 - This is a Week B

Guitar Ensemble is cancelled due to weather.

Nerd  Club and Creative Illustration Club cancelled
Due to inclement weather, Nerd Club and Creative Illustration Club are cancelled this afternoon. We'll try again next week, everyone!

Counting on You
If you are a grade 9 or 10 student who would like additional help with numeracy or literacy sign up for Counting on You. For more information see Mr. Prancic or Mr. Madian.

Tis the Season DVD's
Tis the Season DVD's have arrived to the music department.  Please pick up your paid copy or bring $20 to get a copy of the show.  First come first served!

Lakehead University Follow-up
Lakehead will be here on Thursday Feb.24th from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the Career Centre - so if you have any questions now is your time to ask them.

Volunteer oppotunity
If you would like to earn volunteer hours during the march break, check out the volunteer bulletin board across from guidance for a fun position working with kids in a cooking camp.

Lifeguards needed!
Interested in lifeguarding for P.E. classes this semester? This is a paid position. Come by the boys P.E. office right after school on Tuesday for a very brief but important meeting. Bring your NLS qualifications if the school doesn't have them already. Any questions: see Mr. Palias.

York University Follow up
York University will be here on Wednesday Feb. 15th from 11:30 - 1:30 p.m. in the career centre for students who plan on attending York in the Fall.  Please come and have all your questions answered.

Volunteers Period D Student Counter
Do you have Period D lunch?  Would you like to collect your volunteer hours or citizenship points?  If you would like to work the Student Counter one day per week for Semester 2, please come see Donna at the student counter to find out the details.

Pascal, Cayley, Fermat Contests 2017
Pascal, Cayley, Fermat math contests: Feb 28 (register by Feb 10). See a math teacher for more info.

Canadian Computing Competition 2017
Canadian Computing Competition: Feb 22 (register by Feb 8). See Mr. Garvin for more info.

Ryerson Follow-up Visit
Ryerson University will be here on Thursday February 9th in the Career Centre during both lunch hours to answer any questions to students who have applied to Ryerson or students who are interested in Ryerson.

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FEB 06.2017 - This is a Week B

Poetry In Voice Competition!
For all students competing in the Poetry In Voice competition... please drop by Room 218 to see Ms H. Evans Period C and D today to receive final details about the competition which takes place THIS WEDNESDAY!! 

DECA
DECA Meeting for Provincial competitors- Monday Feb 6 after sschool in 303

Counting on You
If you are a grade 9 or 10 student who would like additional help with numeracy or literacy sign up for Counting on You. For more information see Mr. Prancic or Mr. Madian.

Tis the Season DVD's
Tis the Season DVD's have arrived to the music department.  Please pick up your paid copy or bring $20 to get a copy of the show.  First come first served!

Lakehead University Follow-up
Lakehead will be here on Thursday Feb.24th from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the Career Centre - so if you have any questions now is your time to ask them.

Volunteer oppotunity
If you would like to earn volunteer hours during the march break, check out the volunteer bulletin board across from guidance for a fun position working with kids in a cooking camp.

Lifeguards needed!
Interested in lifeguarding for P.E. classes this semester? This is a paid position. Come by the boys P.E. office right after school on Tuesday for a very brief but important meeting. Bring your NLS qualifications if the school doesn't have them already. Any questions: see Mr. Palias.

York University Follow up
York University will be here on Wednesday Feb. 15th from 11:30 - 1:30 p.m. in the career centre for students who plan on attending York in the Fall.  Please come and have all your questions answered.

Volunteers Period D Student Counter
Do you have Period D lunch?  Would you like to collect your volunteer hours or citizenship points?  If you would like to work the Student Counter one day per week for Semester 2, please come see Donna at the student counter to find out the details.

Pascal, Cayley, Fermat Contests 2017
Pascal, Cayley, Fermat math contests: Feb 28 (register by Feb 10). See a math teacher for more info.

Canadian Computing Competition 2017
Canadian Computing Competition: Feb 22 (register by Feb 8). See Mr. Garvin for more info.

Ryerson Follow-up Visit
Ryerson University will be here on Thursday February 9th in the Career Centre during both lunch hours to answer any questions to students who have applied to Ryerson or students who are interested in Ryerson.

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FEB 03.2017 - This is a Week A

Lifeguards needed!
Interested in lifeguarding for P.E. classes this semester? This is a paid position. Come by the boys P.E. office right after school for a very brief but important meeting. Bring your NLS qualifications if the school doesn't have them already. Any questions: see Mr. Palias.

York University Follow up
York University will be here on Wednesday Feb. 15th from 11:30 - 1:30 p.m. in the career centre for students who plan on attending York in the Fall.  Please come and have all your questions answered.

DECA club
DECA - brief meeting Friday Feb 3 after school in Rm 303.

Pascal, Cayley, Fermat Contests 2017
Pascal, Cayley, Fermat math contests: Feb 28 (register by Feb 10). See a math teacher for more info.

Canadian Computing Competition 2017
Canadian Computing Competition: Feb 22 (register by Feb 8). See Mr. Garvin for more info.

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JAN 24.2017 - This is a Week A

Numeracy/Parent Conference 2017
For those students who do not have a home form, please come by the student counter to pick up an important letter on Numeracy that needs to go home.

Employment & Volunteer Opportunity with the City of Mississauga
Do you want to develop your leadership skills for future employment? Do you want to earn volunteer hours and take First-Aid Certification? If so, the City of Mississauga LEADERS at PLAY program is offering a free program to students aged 14 to 17 years old. In-class training Jan 28&29 and Feb 25&26. Volunteering begins Feb 1st. Register at any City of Mississauga Community Centre.

Varsity baseball team meeting
There will be a brief meeting after school today in room 303 for any students interested in trying out for the Cawthra Park varsity baseball team.  

Potential Graduates - Yearbook Confirmation
Attention all Potential Graduates with a first period spare! Please go to the student counter and check your name against a list of students who submitted graduate messages and/or baby photos. This is your only chance for confirmation. Deadline is Tuesday, January 24.

Lifeguards...bring in your log sheets
Attention all lifeguards: if you have guarded for the swim team or Phys. Ed. classes this semester, please bring in your log sheets to Mr. Palias before the start of exams so your cheque can be processed.

Trent University
Whether you've already accepted an offer, or you're still exploring your university options, Trent University invites you to attend their ToursPlus events on Thursday, February 2 and Friday, February 3. You can take a tour, attend a mini lecture, and meet with students, profs, admissions staff, and more. By attending you'll also be entered to WIN YOUR FIRST-YEAR TUITION...FREE! Register now at trentu.ca/tours.

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JAN 20.2017 - This is a Week B

Lifeguards...bring in your log sheets
Attention all lifeguards: if you have guarded for the swim team or Phys. Ed. classes this semester, please bring in your log sheets to Mr. Palias before the start of exams so your cheque can be processed.

Black History Month Meeting
This is a reminder for all students performing in the Black History Month Assembly that there is a short, mandatory meeting TODAY after school in room 116.  If you are unable to attend the meeting, please see the Student Advisor on your lunch to be given all the new information.

Black History Month Meeting
Attention all students performing in the Black History Month Assembly: there is a short, mandatory meeting this Friday after school in room 116.  If you are unable to attend the meeting, please see the Student Advisor at lunch on Friday to be given all the new information.

Sr. Girls Volleyball
Yesterday, the senior girls volleyball team played at St. Paul's in a matchup of the 1st and 2nd place teams. Cawthra won the first set and after being down 21-11 in the second set, our girls came back to win it 25-23! Well done and congratulations on a solid team effort!

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear has arrived and will be brought to you during your homeform classes. If you have a spare during period A, go to the main office to get your Spirit Wear.  If there are any issues or mistakes with your order, please see Mr. Palias in the boys Phys. Ed. office.

Trent University
Whether you've already accepted an offer, or you're still exploring your university options, Trent University invites you to attend their ToursPlus events on Thursday, February 2 and Friday, February 3. You can take a tour, attend a mini lecture, and meet with students, profs, admissions staff, and more. By attending you'll also be entered to WIN YOUR FIRST-YEAR TUITION...FREE! Register now at trentu.ca/tours.

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JAN 17.2017 - This is a Week B

Trent University
Whether you've already accepted an offer, or you're s​till exploring your university options, Trent University invites you to attend their ToursPlus events on Thursday, February 2 and Friday, February 3. You can take a tour, attend a mini lecture, and meet with students, profs, admissions staff, and more. By attending you'll also be entered to WIN YOUR FIRST-YEAR TUITION...FREE! Register now at trentu.ca/tours.

Therapy Dogs
Thanks to the Student Council for organizing three days of therapy dogs. The experience was shared by almost 300 students! A wonderful way to destress and smile.

Alpine Ski Team - Results - Mount St Louis
Congratulations to the Alpine Ski Team for their outstanding results at the Mount St Louis Race on Wednesday.  In the Level 1 competition, Alyssa Kowalenko placed first, Taylor Evans placed 3rd, and Ben Dolega placed 6th.  In Level 2 competition, Cameron Knox placed 2nd and Grace Stanton placed 4th.  Great work Panthers!

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JAN 16.2017 - This is a Week B

Therapy Dogs
Thanks to the Student Council for organizing three days of therapy dogs. The experience was shared by almost 300 students! A wonderful way to destress and smile.

DECA club
Attn DECA members attending provincials. Pls pick up a permission form at Mondays weekly meeting in room 303

Yearbook Graduate Messages
Attention Graduates! Due to an alarming number of requests to submit yearbook messages and baby photos late, we have extended our deadline to Monday, January 16. Submissions can still be made online or dropped off at the yearbook office.

Alpine Ski Team - Results - Mount St Louis
Congratulations to the Alpine Ski Team for their outstanding results at the Mount St Louis Race on Wednesday.  In the Level 1 competition, Alyssa Kowalenko placed first, Taylor Evans placed 3rd, and Ben Dolega placed 6th.  In Level 2 competition, Cameron Knox placed 2nd and Grace Stanton placed 4th.  Great work Panthers!

Graduate Yearbook Messages
Attention Graduates! This is a friendly reminder to get your yearbook message and baby photo in this Friday, January 13. Extra forms are available at the student counter or yearbook office. This is your only chance to leave a legacy message. Submissions can be made online or forms can be dropped of at the yearbook office.

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JAN 13.2017 - This is a Week A

Yearbook Graduate Messages
Attention Graduates! Due to an alarming number of requests to submit yearbook messages and baby photos late, we have extended our deadline to Monday, January 16. Submissions can still be made online or dropped off at the yearbook office.

Alpine Ski Team - Results - Mount St Louis
Congratulations to the Alpine Ski Team for their outstanding results at the Mount St Louis Race on Wednesday.  In the Level 1 competition, Alyssa Kowalenko placed first, Taylor Evans placed 3rd, and Ben Dolega placed 6th.  In Level 2 competition, Cameron Knox placed 2nd and Grace Stanton placed 4th.  Great work Panthers!

Spring Play
Anyone interested in being a crew head for the spring play should sign up on the list posted on the drama callboard. Please include your name and the crew that you are interested in running. In order to be a crew head, you must have previous experience on that crew.  Decisions will be made and posted before the exam break and crews will be assigned when we return in February. Sign up on the drama callboard on the first floor or see Mr. Sprague.

Graduate Yearbook Messages
Attention Graduates! This is a friendly reminder to get your yearbook message and baby photo in this Friday, January 13. Extra forms are available at the student counter or yearbook office. This is your only chance to leave a legacy message. Submissions can be made online or forms can be dropped of at the yearbook office.

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JAN 12.2017 - This is a Week A

Spring Play
Anyone interested in being a crew head for the spring play should sign up on the list posted on the drama callboard. Please include your name and the crew that you are interested in running. In order to be a crew head, you must have previous experience on that crew.  Decisions will be made and posted before the exam break and crews will be assigned when we return in February. Sign up on the drama callboard on the first floor or see Mr. Sprague.

Graduate Yearbook Messages
Attention Graduates! This is a friendly reminder to get your yearbook message and baby photo in this Friday, January 13. Extra forms are available at the student counter or yearbook office. This is your only chance to leave a legacy message. Submissions can be made online or forms can be dropped of at the yearbook office.

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JAN 11.2017 - This is a Week A

Graduate Yearbook Messages
Attention Graduates! This is a friendly reminder to get your yearbook message and baby photo in this Friday, January 13. Extra forms are available at the student counter or yearbook office. This is your only chance to leave a legacy message. Submissions can be made online or forms can be dropped of at the yearbook office.

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JAN 10.2017 - This is a Week A

Table Tennis
Table Tennis Practice today is cancelled due to weather. There will be practice tomorrow (Wednesday) after school in gym C.  

Guitar Ensemble Rehearsal Cancelled
Guitar ensemble rehearsal is cancelled for today due to weather.

Counting on You canceled
Due to the expected weather Counting on You will be canceled this week on Tuesday January 10th 2017.

OUAC Delays
Attention students applying to university...the OUAC has implemented a new application system this year. Please note that there may be up to a two week delay before universities ack​nowledge receipt of their application.

Course Selection
Option Selections must be completed between January 10th and January 20th.  If you would like to view the powerpoint presentation made in our December 7th assembly, go to myBlueprint, select My Files and click on Student Resources.

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DEC 23.2016 - This is a Week B

Please note that there will be no further updates to this site until JAN 9.2017

OUAC Delays
Attention students applying to university...the OUAC has implemented a new application system this year. Please note that there may be up to a two week delay before universities acknowledge receipt of their application.

University and College applications
A reminder to our potential graduates for 2017!  University applications are due on January 11th and college applications are due on February 1st.  Both application centres will be closed for part of your holidays BUT the websites will be available for continued submissions. 

Course Selection
Option Selections must be completed between January 10th and January 20th.  If you would like to view the powerpoint presentation made in our December 7th assembly, go to myBlueprint, select My Files and click on Student Resources.

Alpine Ski Team
Congratulations to the Alpine Ski Team for their outstanding results Tuesday at Horseshoe Valley.  Fastest times were posted by Cameron Knox, Grace Stanton, Ben Dolega, and Taylor Evans.  Go Panthers!

NEW COURSE for next year!
We are offering a new grade 11 course next year called Contemporary Aboriginal Voices which emphasizes the development of literacy, thinking and communication skills through the study of Aboriginal writers. The course code is NBE 3U0. This course is an acceptable pre-requisite for grade 12 university English (which means it can take the place of ENG 3U0). So, if you are interested in Aboriginal history, as well as current events impacting Aboriginal communities in Canada, this is a course for you. Students who wish to take this new course (NBE 3U0) and ENG 3U0 are free to do so.

Great Summer Jobs Available
Students looking for great summer jobs should check out the opportunities available with the Ontario Public Service. There are positions available with Ontario Parks, social services, engineering, education, business and more! All jobs will be advertised beginning on January 3rd. Do not wait as the best jobs will be filled quickly! Visit Ontario.ca/Careers or the jobs board outside of guidance for more information.  

Poetry In Voice
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

Recycling
It's Flip your Bin Friday!
Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom or office right now for our weekly pick up.  How are we doing?  Keep sorting, Cawthra!

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DEC 22.2016 - This is a Week B

University and College applications
A reminder to our potential graduates for 2017!  University applications are due on January 11th and college applications are due on February 1st.  Both application centres will be closed for part of your holidays BUT the websites will be available for continued submissions. 

Course Selection
Option Selections must be completed between January 10th and January 20th.  If you would like to view the powerpoint presentation made in our December 7th assembly, go to myBlueprint, select My Files and click on Student Resources.

Alpine Ski Team
Congratulations to the Alpine Ski Team for their outstanding results Tuesday at Horseshoe Valley.  Fastest times were posted by Cameron Knox, Grace Stanton, Ben Dolega, and Taylor Evans.  Go Panthers!

NEW COURSE for next year!
We are offering a new grade 11 course next year called Contemporary Aboriginal Voices which emphasizes the development of literacy, thinking and communication skills through the study of Aboriginal writers. The course code is NBE 3U0. This course is an acceptable pre-requisite for grade 12 university English (which means it can take the place of ENG 3U0). So, if you are interested in Aboriginal history, as well as current events impacting Aboriginal communities in Canada, this is a course for you. Students who wish to take this new course (NBE 3U0) and ENG 3U0 are free to do so.

Great Summer Jobs Available
Students looking for great summer jobs should check out the opportunities available with the Ontario Public Service. There are positions available with Ontario Parks, social services, engineering, education, business and more! All jobs will be advertised beginning on January 3rd. Do not wait as the best jobs will be filled quickly! Visit Ontario.ca/Careers or the jobs board outside of guidance for more information.  

Sense and Sensibility: First Read Through - Thurs. Dec 22 3:10 - 5:30pm Room 104
Attention all Cast members for Sense and Sensibility! The first read through has been moved to THIS THURSDAY after school from 3:10 - 5:30pm in Room 104. Please see Ms. Tiller with questions!

Poetry In Voice
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

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DEC 21.2016 - This is a Week B

Battle of the Bands
Battle of the Bands Meeting! Wednesday at 3:05pm in room 217. VERY IMPORTANT INFO, SO BE THERE!

Tech the Halls
Tech the Halls This Wednesday during both lunches, you are invited to visit the Technology and Photography areas and see what students in Technology, Media Arts and Photography have been up to this semester. Come and see our facilities, and student work. Tech the Halls !

NEW COURSE for next year!
We are offering a new grade 11 course next year called Contemporary Aboriginal Voices which emphasizes the development of literacy, thinking and communication skills through the study of Aboriginal writers. The course code is NBE 3U0. This course is an acceptable pre-requisite for grade 12 university English (which means it can take the place of ENG 3U0). So, if you are interested in Aboriginal history, as well as current events impacting Aboriginal communities in Canada, this is a course for you. Students who wish to take this new course (NBE 3U0) and ENG 3U0 are free to do so.

Great Summer Jobs Available
Students looking for great summer jobs should check out the opportunities available with the Ontario Public Service. There are positions available with Ontario Parks, social services, engineering, education, business and more! All jobs will be advertised beginning on January 3rd. Do not wait as the best jobs will be filled quickly! Visit Ontario.ca/Careers or the jobs board outside of guidance for more information.  

Sense and Sensibility: First Read Through - Thurs. Dec 22 3:10 - 5:30pm Room 104
Attention all Cast members for Sense and Sensibility! The first read through has been moved to THIS THURSDAY after school from 3:10 - 5:30pm in Room 104. Please see Ms. Tiller with questions!

Poetry In Voice
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

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DEC 20.2016 - This is a Week B

Tech the Halls
Tech the Halls This Wednesday during both lunches, you are invited to visit the Technology and Photography areas and see what students in Technology, Media Arts and Photography have been up to this semester. Come and see our facilities, and student work. Tech the Halls !

NEW COURSE for next year!
We are offering a new grade 11 course next year called Contemporary Aboriginal Voices which emphasizes the development of literacy, thinking and communication skills through the study of Aboriginal writers. The course code is NBE 3U0. This course is an acceptable pre-requisite for grade 12 university English (which means it can take the place of ENG 3U0). So, if you are interested in Aboriginal history, as well as current events impacting Aboriginal communities in Canada, this is a course for you. Students who wish to take this new course (NBE 3U0) and ENG 3U0 are free to do so.

Great Summer Jobs Available
Students looking for great summer jobs should check out the opportunities available with the Ontario Public Service. There are positions available with Ontario Parks, social services, engineering, education, business and more! All jobs will be advertised beginning on January 3rd. Do not wait as the best jobs will be filled quickly! Visit Ontario.ca/Careers or the jobs board outside of guidance for more information.  

CSC Spirit Week
Hey Cawthra, holiday spirit week continues courtesy of your Cawthra Student Council! Today is Gingerbread Day in the caf with more events to follow this week. Please check the posters around the school for the list of events so you can keep in the loop or check our social media pages for reminders!

Sense and Sensibility: First Read Through - Thurs. Dec 22 3:10 - 5:30pm Room 104
Attention all Cast members for Sense and Sensibility! The first read through has been moved to THIS THURSDAY after school from 3:10 - 5:30pm in Room 104. Please see Ms. Tiller with questions!

New Scholarship Report Available
Attention graduates! The December/January Scholarship report has been posted in the career centre. Be sure to check out this issue that has great information about making your scholarship application stand out from the rest as well as information about new scholarships that may be pertinent to you.

Poetry In Voice
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

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​DEC 14.2016 - This is a Week A

Senior Girls Volleyball
Congratulations to the Senior Girls Volleyball team for continuing their win streak against Port Credit yesterday. The girls played hard and kept their heads in the game. Let's wish them good luck as they go onto face John Cabot this afternoon.

Clothes Swap Cancelled
Clothes Swap cancelled.

Project Complete
Reminder for all students who were nominated for Project Complete to please return your acknowledgment form to Mrs. O'Neill-Neto in the Connections room 201.

Poetry In Voice!!
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

Hockey Challenge
This Wednesday during both lunches, Athletic Association is running our first ever Hockey Challenge. Have a chance to go 1-on-1 with a teacher in the shootout or test your  accuracy in the shooting challenge. $1 to watch + $2 to play. All proceeds go to the charity Jumpstart.

Poetry In Voice
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

Portfolio Seminar
There will be a Portfolio Seminar for students going on in visual arts, photography, design, fashion or any related field needing a portfolio. We'll meet Wednesday December 14 after school for the first of three sessions. For the first meeting, you don't have to bring anything. Room 111.

Candy Grams
The holidays are coming and there is no better way to say ‘Merry Christmas’ than with a candy gram. These are notes that you write for someone else and that are delivered to them in class  with a candy cane. They are 75 cents for one or 3 for $2. Buy yours in the caf periods C & D over the next two weeks.

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DEC 13.2016 - This is a Week A

Poetry In Voice!!
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

Hockey Challenge
This Wednesday during both lunches, Athletic Association is running our first ever Hockey Challenge. Have a chance to go 1-on-1 with a teacher in the shootout or test your  accuracy in the shooting challenge. $1 to watch + $2 to play. All proceeds go to the charity Jumpstart.

Poetry In Voice
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

Portfolio Seminar
There will be a Portfolio Seminar for students going on in visual arts, photography, design, fashion or any related field needing a portfolio. We'll meet Wednesday December 14 after school for the first of three sessions. For the first meeting, you don't have to bring anything. Room 111.

Candy Grams
The holidays are coming and there is no better way to say ‘Merry Christmas’ than with a candy gram. These are notes that you write for someone else and that are delivered to them in class  with a candy cane. They are 75 cents for one or 3 for $2. Buy yours in the caf periods C & D over the next two weeks.

Clothes Swap brought to you by ECO
Cawthra's first ever clothes swap is taking place on Dec 14th in the foyer. $2 for admission. $0.50 for each item. Help the environment and help yourself by culling your closet. We accept your clean, folded, lightly used or new, clothes. Drop them in green garbage bags at the library between Dec 7th and Dec 13th. You get 10 swap tickets for every green garbage bag. Go shopping and save the environment too. The money raised is for school water bottle refilling stations.

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DEC 12.2016 - This is a Week A

Senior Girls Volleyball
The Senior Girls Volleyball team competed in a Tournament on Friday at Mississauga Secondary School. They faced Phillip Pocock, Clarkson, Mississauga SS, and Loyola and won 5 out of 8 sets which made them 2nd in their pool and scored them a spot into the semi-finals, where they fell short to St. Joan of Arc and finished 6th overall. Congratulations girls! Next game tomorrow at Port Credit.

Wellness Day
Wellness Day is coming next Friday, December 16th. Check out the options posted in your classrooms or outside the Library, Gyms, Student Counter and Guidance. Remember to use the Student Web icon on the Cawthra website to sign up for 2 sessions. Music students should only sign up for the second session. If you having difficulty signing up, please come to Guidance to have your password reset. AND listen for a very special session with specially trained dogs that will be open to all students who have signed up for sessions by Monday, December 12th.

Waste Audit Results
Hey Cawthra! This is another reminder to throw your garbage into the black garbage bins and recycle any recyclables into the blue recycling bins. Food, wrappers, straws, plastic water bottle caps are TRASH. Clean juice boxes, plastic water bottles, clean tissues, and plastic bags are RECYCLABLE. Stay Green!

Poetry In Voice
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

Portfolio Seminar
There will be a Portfolio Seminar for students going on in visual arts, photography, design, fashion or any related field needing a portfolio. We'll meet Wednesday December 14 after school for the first of three sessions. For the first meeting, you don't have to bring anything. Room 111.

Candy Grams
The holidays are coming and there is no better way to say ‘Merry Christmas’ than with a candy gram. These are notes that you write for someone else and that are delivered to them in class  with a candy cane. They are 75 cents for one or 3 for $2. Buy yours in the caf periods C & D over the next two weeks.

Clothes Swap brought to you by ECO
Cawthra's first ever clothes swap is taking place on Dec 14th in the foyer. $2 for admission. $0.50 for each item. Help the environment and help yourself by culling your closet. We accept your clean, folded, lightly used or new, clothes. Drop them in green garbage bags at the library between Dec 7th and Dec 13th. You get 10 swap tickets for every green garbage bag. Go shopping and save the environment too. The money raised is for school water bottle refilling stations.

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​DEC 09.2016 - This is a Week B

Wellness Day
Wellness Day is coming next Friday, December 16th. Check out the options posted in your classrooms or outside the Library, Gyms, Student Counter and Guidance. Remember to use the Student Web icon on the Cawthra website to sign up for 2 sessions. Music students should only sign up for the second session. If you having difficulty signing up, please ​come to Guidance to have your password reset. AND listen for a very special session with specially trained dogs that will be open to all students who have signed up for sessions by Monday, December 12th.

Waste Audit Results
Based on our recent Waste Audit results, Cawthra is not aware of the benefits of recycling and therefore do not care which bin they throw their trash in. Remember, any food, wrappers, straws, and plastic water bottle CAPS are GARBAGE. Clean juice boxes, plastic water bottles, tissues, plastic bags are RECYCLABLES. We are not an eco-friendly school if we cannot sort our waste from recycling and garbage or vice versa. Make our school green again.  

Poetry In Voice
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

Portfolio Seminar
There will be a Portfolio Seminar for students going on in visual arts, photography, design, fashion or any related field needing a portfolio. We'll meet Wednesday December 14 after school for the first of three sessions. For the first meeting, you don't have to bring anything. Room 111.

Candy Grams
The holidays are coming and there is no better way to say ‘Merry Christmas’ than with a candy gram. These are notes that you write for someone else and that are delivered to them in class  with a candy cane. They are 75 cents for one or 3 for $2. Buy yours in the caf periods C & D over the next two weeks.

Semi Formal 2017
What do you want for Christmas Cawthra??! You're Semi Formal Ticket!! Now's the time to start asking for that money. Tickets will be going on sale all next week in the box office during both lunches. Don't forget to pick up permission forms for you and your guest from the Student Counter or download them from the Cawthra Student Council Facebook page. Remember, you won't be able to buy a ticket without your completed forms. For more information about this year's semi formal, please visit the Cawthra Park Semi Formal event page on Facebook or follow us on social media!

LEAP
"Don't forget the fair trade market, Responsible Shopper is THIS Wednesday and Thursday during periods C and D in the front foyer. Get shopping done for family and friends Or skip that present for your sibling and buy cool stuff for yourself, because you deserve it. Make conscious choices while shopping for the holidays, to support local businesses, the environment, and economies in developing countries!

LEAP
"Come check out Responsible Shopper next Wednesday Decmber the 7th, and Thursday the 8th, in the front foyer during periods C and D! Consciously shop for the holidays, to support your local businesses, the environment, and even economies in developing countries! Brought to you by LEAP"

Clothes Swap brought to you by ECO
Cawthra's first ever clothes swap is taking place on Dec 14th in the foyer. $2 for admission. $0.50 for each item. Help the environment and help yourself by culling your closet. We accept your clean, folded, lightly used or new, clothes. Drop them in green garbage bags at the library between Dec 7th and Dec 13th. You get 10 swap tickets for every green garbage bag. Go shopping and save the environment too. The money raised is for school water bottle refilling stations.

Recycling
It's Flip your Bin Friday!
Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom or office right now for our weekly pick up.  How are we doing?  Keep sorting, Cawthra!

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DEC 08.2016 - This is a Week B

Wellness Day
Wellness Day is coming next Friday, December 16th. Check out the options posted in your classrooms or outside the Library, Gyms, Student Counter and Guidance. Remember to use the Student Web icon on the Cawthra website to sign up for 2 sessions. Music students should only sign up for the second session. If you having difficulty signing up, please come to Guidance to have your password reset. AND listen for a very special session with specially trained dogs that will be open to all students who have signed up for sessions by Monday, December 12th.

Varsity Boys Away Basketball Game at TL Kennedy
The Varsity Boys Basketball Team's next game is an Away Game at TL Kennedy.

Waste Audit Results
Sorting your waste correctly into the recycling and garbage bins is essential to help our world reduce the amount of waste that piles up in our landfills. This can only happen if we put recyclables in the BLUE recycling bins and trash to the BLACK garbage bins. Take the moment to appropriately dispose of your waste. You can help make the world a much cleaner place!

Poetry In Voice
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

Portfolio Seminar
There will be a Portfolio Seminar for students going on in visual arts, photography, design, fashion or any related field needing a portfolio. We'll meet Wednesday December 14 after school for the first of three sessions. For the first meeting, you don't have to bring anything. Room 111.

Candy Grams
The holidays are coming and there is no better way to say ‘Merry Christmas’ than with a candy gram. These are notes that you write for someone else and that are delivered to them in class  with a candy cane. They are 75 cents for one or 3 for $2. Buy yours in the caf periods C & D over the next two weeks.

Semi Formal 2017
What do you want for Christmas Cawthra??! You're Semi Formal Ticket!! Now's the time to start asking for that money. Tickets will be going on sale all next week in the box office during both lunches. Don't forget to pick up permission forms for you and your guest from the Student Counter or download them from the Cawthra Student Council Facebook page. Remember, you won't be able to buy a ticket without your completed forms. For more information about this year's semi formal, please visit the Cawthra Park Semi Formal event page on Facebook or follow us on social media!

LEAP
"Don't forget the fair trade market, Responsible Shopper is THIS Wednesday and Thursday during periods C and D in the front foyer. Get shopping done for family and friends Or skip that present for your sibling and buy cool stuff for yourself, because you deserve it. Make conscious choices while shopping for the holidays, to support local businesses, the environment, and economies in developing countries!

LEAP
"Come check out Responsible Shopper next Wednesday Decmber the 7th, and Thursday the 8th, in the front foyer during periods C and D! Consciously shop for the holidays, to support your local businesses, the environment, and even economies in developing countries! Brought to you by LEAP"

Clothes Swap brought to you by ECO
Cawthra's first ever clothes swap is taking place on Dec 14th in the foyer. $2 for admission. $0.50 for each item. Help the environment and help yourself by culling your closet. We accept your clean, folded, lightly used or new, clothes. Drop them in green garbage bags at the library between Dec 7th and Dec 13th. You get 10 swap tickets for every green garbage bag. Go shopping and save the environment too. The money raised is for school water bottle refilling stations.

Spring Play (Sense and Sensibility) now has audition monologues posted.  Check the callboard outside of room 104.  Info mtg Friday Nov 25th in room 104.
Spring Play Audition monologues are now posted on the callboard outside of Room 104. Please attend a general meeting Friday Nov 25th after school to get important information about the play and the auditions.

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DEC 07.2016 - This is a Week B

Poetry In Voice
If $75,000 in travel and prizes to be won sounds exciting AND you are interested in bringing poetry to life with a dynamic recitation of two poems... then sign up ASAP on the doors of the Communicaitons office for Cawthra's Poetry In Voice competition.  Information is available at poetryinvoice.com - please read info beside the sign-up sheets or see Ms. H. Evans.   Our school-wide competition will be on Feb 8, in the aud during periods C and D.  Once you have signed up, begin memorizing those poems!!

Portfolio Seminar
There will be a Portfolio Seminar for students going on in visual arts, photography, design, fashion or any related field needing a portfolio. We'll meet Wednesday December 14 after school for the first of three sessions. For the first meeting, you don't have to bring anything. Room 111.

Hour of Code
Cawthra's Hour of Code. Wed Dec 7 C&D in the library. If you can code, you can do anything. All welcome. If you can't come, just try it yourself at home. Google "Hour of Code."

Fashion Sale
Check out the colourful scrunchies as well as the lace and velvet chokers made for sale by Ms. Copithorn's grade 12 fashion students at responsible shopper Wednesday and Thursday this week.

Candy Grams
The holidays are coming and there is no better way to say ‘Merry Christmas’ than with a candy gram. These are notes that you write for someone else and that are delivered to them in class  with a candy cane. They are 75 cents for one or 3 for $2. Buy yours in the caf periods C & D over the next two weeks.

Semi Formal 2017
What do you want for Christmas Cawthra??! You're Semi Formal Ticket!! Now's the time to start asking for that money. Tickets will be going on sale all next week in the box office during both lunches. Don't forget to pick up permission forms for you and your guest from the Student Counter or download them from the Cawthra Student Council Facebook page. Remember, you won't be able to buy a ticket without your completed forms. For more information about this year's semi formal, please visit the Cawthra Park Semi Formal event page on Facebook or follow us on social media!

LEAP
"Don't forget the fair trade market, Responsible Shopper is THIS Wednesday and Thursday during periods C and D in the front foyer. Get shopping done for family and friends Or skip that present for your sibling and buy cool stuff for yourself, because you deserve it. Make conscious choices while shopping for the holidays, to support local businesses, the environment, and economies in developing countries!

LEAP
"Come check out Responsible Shopper next Wednesday Decmber the 7th, and Thursday the 8th, in the front foyer during periods C and D! Consciously shop for the holidays, to support your local businesses, the environment, and even economies in developing countries! Brought to you by LEAP"

Clothes Swap brought to you by ECO
Cawthra's first ever clothes swap is taking place on Dec 14th in the foyer. $2 for admission. $0.50 for each item. Help the environment and help yourself by culling your closet. We accept your clean, folded, lightly used or new, clothes. Drop them in green garbage bags at the library between Dec 7th and Dec 13th. You get 10 swap tickets for every green garbage bag. Go shopping and save the environment too. The money raised is for school water bottle refilling stations.

Spring Play (Sense and Sensibility) now has audition monologues posted.  Check the callboard outside of room 104.  Info mtg Friday Nov 25th in room 104.
Spring Play Audition monologues are now posted on the callboard outside of Room 104. Please attend a general meeting Friday Nov 25th after school to get important information about the play and the auditions.

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​DEC 02.2016 - This is a Week A

Black History Month
Are you interested in performing for the Black History Month Assembly? Dancing with a crew of organized choreographers, with genres including African, Hip-Hop and Step? Why not step out of your comfort zone and make some new friends? To join us, please add your name to the sign up sheet on the door to Room 215. For more information, please see Jade Johnson.

Semi Formal 2017
What do you want for Christmas Cawthra??! You're Semi Formal Ticket!! Now's the time to start asking for that money. Tickets will be going on sale all next week in the box office during both lunches. Don't forget to pick up permission forms for you and your guest from the Student Counter or download them from the Cawthra Student Council Facebook page. Remember, you won't be able to buy a ticket without your completed forms. For more information about this year's semi formal, please visit the Cawthra Park Semi Formal event page on Facebook or follow us on social media!

LEAP
"Don't forget the fair trade market, Responsible Shopper is THIS Wednesday and Thursday during periods C and D in the front foyer. Get shopping done for family and friends Or skip that present for your sibling and buy cool stuff for yourself, because you deserve it. Make conscious choices while shopping for the holidays, to support local businesses, the environment, and economies in developing countries!

LEAP
"Come check out Responsible Shopper next Wednesday Decmber the 7th, and Thursday the 8th, in the front foyer during periods C and D! Consciously shop for the holidays, to support your local businesses, the environment, and even economies in developing countries! Brought to you by LEAP"

LEAP
Buy beads for a good cause on scho ol musical nights! LEAP will have Rafiki order forms available on all nights of the musical and at Responsible Shopper next week. A rafiki bracelet is $10 each, with half the proceeds going to Me to We and the other half to our chosen cause: access to clean water

Clothes Swap brought to you by ECO
Cawthra's first ever clothes swap is taking place on Dec 14th in the foyer. $2 for admission. $0.50 for each item. Help the environment and help yourself by culling your closet. We accept your clean, folded, lightly used or new, clothes. Drop them in green garbage bags at the library between Dec 7th and Dec 13th. You get 10 swap tickets for every green garbage bag. Go shopping and save the environment too. The money raised is for school water bottle refilling stations.

Music Performers Needed
Calling all Music Performers or Vocal Majors! Do you need volunteer hours? Come out to Fair December on December 3 or 4 from 10:30-2:00 and entertain guests at our cafe. Sign up with Mrs. Chan Singh in the science office.

Spring Play (Sense and Sensibility) now has audition monologues posted.  Check the callboard outside of room 104.  Info mtg Friday Nov 25th in room 104.
Spring Play Audition monologues are now posted on the callboard outside of Room 104. Please attend a general meeting Friday Nov 25th after school to get important information about the play and the auditions.

Guys and dolls tickets on sale every day!
Tickets for Guys and Dolls are on sale every day now during both lunches in the box office right across from the student counter. TIckets are $20 with your student card or $25 without your card. Show nights are November 30 - Dec 3! They will sell out fast - get yours today!

Guys and Dolls tickets are on sale November 14th - both lunches.  $20 with a student card.
Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!! Come and see this year's exciting musical, Guys and Dolls! High Rolling Gamblers, Hot Box Dancers, love, intrigue and religion!! Buy your tickets to this fantastic show starting on Monday Nov 14th on your lunch in the box office just outside of the student counter. You can get a $20.00 ticket with your student card, and subsequent tickets are $25.00. Show dates are November 30th, December 1,2,3. Come and see what all the buzz is about!!

It's Flip your Bin Friday!
Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom or office right now for our weekly pick up.  Take a glance in it as you do - how well are we sorting? 

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

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DEC 01.2016 - This is a Week A

Black History Month
Are you interested in performing for the Black History Month Assembly? Dancing with a crew of organized choreographers, with genres including African, Hip-Hop and Step? Why not step out of your comfort zone and make some new friends? To join us, please add your name to the sign up sheet on the door to Room 215. For more information, please see Jade Johnson.

Semi Formal 2017
What do you want for Christmas Cawthra??! You're Semi Formal Ticket!! Now's the time to start asking for that money. Tickets will be going on sale all next week in the box office during both lunches. Don't forget to pick up permission forms for you and your guest from the Student Counter or download them from the Cawthra Student Council Facebook page. Remember, you won't be able to buy a ticket without your completed forms. For more information about this year's semi formal, please visit the Cawthra Park Semi Formal event page on Facebook or follow us on social media!

Junior and Senior Table Tennis team tryouts
Table tennis tryouts are this Tuesday and Thursday in gym C after school. More girls and junior boys are needed. See Ms Verilli or Mr Szeto if you have any questions.
 
LEAP
"Don't forget the fair trade market, Responsible Shopper is THIS Wednesday and Thursday during periods C and D in the front foyer. Get shopping done for family and friends Or skip that present for your sibling and buy cool stuff for yourself, because you deserve it. Make conscious choices while shopping for the holidays, to support local businesses, the environment, and economies in developing countries!

LEAP
"Come check out Responsible Shopper next Wednesday Decmber the 7th, and Thursday the 8th, in the front foyer during periods C and D! Consciously shop for the holidays, to support your local businesses, the environment, and even economies in developing countries! Brought to you by LEAP"

LEAP
Buy beads for a good cause on scho ol musical nights! LEAP will have Rafiki order forms available on all nights of the musical and at Responsible Shopper next week. A rafiki bracelet is $10 each, with half the proceeds going to Me to We and the other half to our chosen cause: access to clean water

QSA - Mental Health guest speaker
The Cawthra QSA will be hosting guests from Nexus on Thursday, December 1. The focus will be on Mental Health, gender dysphoria, and coping strategies with an LGBTQ perspective. There will be some valuable information, and time for questions. After school in room 111.

Clothes Swap brought to you by ECO
Cawthra's first ever clothes swap is taking place on Dec 14th in the foyer. $2 for admission. $0.50 for each item. Help the environment and help yourself by culling your closet. We accept your clean, folded, lightly used or new, clothes. Drop them in green garbage bags at the library between Dec 7th and Dec 13th. You get 10 swap tickets for every green garbage bag. Go shopping and save the environment too. The money raised is for school water bottle refilling stations.

Music Performers Needed
Calling all Music Performers or Vocal Majors! Do you need volunteer hours? Come out to Fair December on December 3 or 4 from 10:30-2:00 and entertain guests at our cafe. Sign up with Mrs. Chan Singh in the science office.

Guys and Dolls -Many show t-shirts are unclaimed in the Drama office. If you ordered one, please collect it!!
Attention all Guys and Dolls both on stage and off stage.... If you have not yet picked up your show t-shirt please do so ASAP in the Drama office!! There are still many that have not been claimed.

Spring Play (Sense and Sensibility) now has audition monologues posted.  Check the callboard outside of room 104.  Info mtg Friday Nov 25th in room 104.
Spring Play Audition monologues are now posted on the callboard outside of Room 104. Please attend a general meeting Friday Nov 25th after school to get important information about the play and the auditions.

Guys and dolls tickets on sale every day!
Tickets for Guys and Dolls are on sale every day now during both lunches in the box office right across from the student counter. TIckets are $20 with your student card or $25 without your card. Show nights are November 30 - Dec 3! They will sell out fast - get yours today!

Guys and Dolls tickets are on sale November 14th - both lunches.  $20 with a student card.
Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!! Come and see this year's exciting musical, Guys and Dolls! High Rolling Gamblers, Hot Box Dancers, love, intrigue and religion!! Buy your tickets to this fantastic show starting on Monday Nov 14th on your lunch in the box office just outside of the student counter. You can get a $20.00 ticket with your student card, and subsequent tickets are $25.00. Show dates are November 30th, December 1,2,3. Come and see what all the buzz is about!!

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

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NOV 30.2016 - This is a Week A

Junior and Senior Table Tennis team tryouts
Table tennis tryouts are this Tuesday and Thursday in gym C after school. More girls and junior boys are needed. See Ms Verilli or Mr Szeto if you have any questions.

LEAP
"Don't forget the fair trade market, Responsible Shopper is THIS Wednesday and Thursday during periods C and D in the front foyer. Get shopping done for family and friends Or skip that present for your sibling and buy cool stuff for yourself, because you deserve it. Make conscious choices while shopping for the holidays, to support local businesses, the environment, and economies in developing countries!

LEAP
"Come check out Responsible Shopper next Wednesday Decmber the 7th, and Thursday the 8th, in the front foyer during periods C and D! Consciously shop for the holidays, to support your local businesses, the environment, and even economies in developing countries! Brought to you by LEAP"

LEAP
Buy beads for a good cause on scho ol musical nights! LEAP will have Rafiki order forms available on all nights of the musical and at Responsible Shopper next week. A rafiki bracelet is $10 each, with half the proceeds going to Me to We and the other half to our chosen cause: access to clean water

QSA - Mental Health guest speaker
The Cawthra QSA will be hosting guests from Nexus on Thursday, December 1. The focus will be on Mental Health, gender dysphoria, and coping strategies with an LGBTQ perspective. There will be some valuable information, and time for questions. After school in room 111.

Clothes Swap brought to you by ECO
Cawthra's first ever clothes swap is taking place on Dec 14th in the foyer. $2 for admission. $0.50 for each item. Help the environment and help yourself by culling your closet. We accept your clean, folded, lightly used or new, clothes. Drop them in green garbage bags at the library between Dec 7th and Dec 13th. You get 10 swap tickets for every green garbage bag. Go shopping and save the environment too. The money raised is for school water bottle refilling stations.

Music Performers Needed
Calling all Music Performers or Vocal Majors! Do you need volunteer hours? Come out to Fair December on December 3 or 4 from 10:30-2:00 and entertain guests at our cafe. Sign up with Mrs. Chan Singh in the science office.

Guys and Dolls -Many show t-shirts are unclaimed in the Drama office. If you ordered one, please collect it!!
Attention all Guys and Dolls both on stage and off stage.... If you have not yet picked up your show t-shirt please do so ASAP in the Drama office!! There are still many that have not been claimed.

Spring Play (Sense and Sensibility) now has audition monologues posted.  Check the callboard outside of room 104.  Info mtg Friday Nov 25th in room 104.
Spring Play Audition monologues are now posted on the callboard outside of Room 104. Please attend a general meeting Friday Nov 25th after school to get important information about the play and the auditions.

Guys and dolls tickets on sale every day!
Tickets for Guys and Dolls are on sale every day now during both lunches in the box office right across from the student counter. TIckets are $20 with your student card or $25 without your card. Show nights are November 30 - Dec 3! They will sell out fast - get yours today!

Bring in your old craft supplies.
Eco Club wants your old craft supplies: buttons, ribbons, fabric, mason jars with lids, small shapely shampoo bottles etc. (library) We will use them in our Holiday Eco Workshop.

Guys and Dolls tickets are on sale November 14th - both lunches.  $20 with a student card.
Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!! Come and see this year's exciting musical, Guys and Dolls! High Rolling Gamblers, Hot Box Dancers, love, intrigue and religion!! Buy your tickets to this fantastic show starting on Monday Nov 14th on your lunch in the box office just outside of the student counter. You can get a $20.00 ticket with your student card, and subsequent tickets are $25.00. Show dates are November 30th, December 1,2,3. Come and see what all the buzz is about!!

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

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NOV 29.2016 - This is a Week A

Junior and Senior Table Tennis team tryouts
Table tennis tryouts are this Tuesday and Thursday in gym C after school. More girls and junior boys are needed. See Ms Verilli or Mr Szeto if you have any questions.
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LEAP
"Don't forget the fair trade market, Responsible Shopper is THIS Wednesday and Thursday during periods C and D in the front foyer. Get shopping done for family and friends Or skip that present for your sibling and buy cool stuff for yourself, because you deserve it. Make conscious choices while shopping for the holidays, to support local businesses, the environment, and economies in developing countries!

LEAP
"Come check out Responsible Shopper next Wednesday Decmber the 7th, and Thursday the 8th, in the front foyer during periods C and D! Consciously shop for the holidays, to support your local businesses, the environment, and even economies in developing countries! Brought to you by LEAP"

LEAP
Buy beads for a good cause on scho ol musical nights! LEAP will have Rafiki order forms available on all nights of the musical and at Responsible Shopper next week. A rafiki bracelet is $10 each, with half the proceeds going to Me to We and the other half to our chosen cause: access to clean water

QSA - Mental Health guest speaker
The Cawthra QSA will be hosting guests from Nexus on Thursday, December 1. The focus will be on Mental Health, gender dysphoria, and coping strategies with an LGBTQ perspective. There will be some valuable information, and time for questions. After school in room 111.

Clothes Swap brought to you by ECO
Cawthra's first ever clothes swap is taking place on Dec 14th in the foyer. $2 for admission. $0.50 for each item. Help the environment and help yourself by culling your closet. We accept your clean, folded, lightly used or new, clothes. Drop them in green garbage bags at the library between Dec 7th and Dec 13th. You get 10 swap tickets for every green garbage bag. Go shopping and save the environment too. The money raised is for school water bottle refilling stations.

Music Performers Needed
Calling all Music Performers or Vocal Majors! Do you need volunteer hours? Come out to Fair December on December 3 or 4 from 10:30-2:00 and entertain guests at our cafe. Sign up with Mrs. Chan Singh in the science office.

Guys and Dolls -Many show t-shirts are unclaimed in the Drama office. If you ordered one, please collect it!!
Attention all Guys and Dolls both on stage and off stage.... If you have not yet picked up your show t-shirt please do so ASAP in the Drama office!! There are still many that have not been claimed.

Spring Play (Sense and Sensibility) now has audition monologues posted.  Check the callboard outside of room 104.  Info mtg Friday Nov 25th in room 104.
Spring Play Audition monologues are now posted on the callboard outside of Room 104. Please attend a general meeting Friday Nov 25th after school to get important information about the play and the auditions.

Guys and dolls tickets on sale every day!
Tickets for Guys and Dolls are on sale every day now during both lunches in the box office right across from the student counter. TIckets are $20 with your student card or $25 without your card. Show nights are November 30 - Dec 3! They will sell out fast - get yours today!

Bring in your old craft supplies.
Eco Club wants your old craft supplies: buttons, ribbons, fabric, mason jars with lids, small shapely shampoo bottles etc. (library) We will use them in our Holiday Eco Workshop.

Guys and Dolls tickets are on sale November 14th - both lunches.  $20 with a student card.
Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!! Come and see this year's exciting musical, Guys and Dolls! High Rolling Gamblers, Hot Box Dancers, love, intrigue and religion!! Buy your tickets to this fantastic show starting on Monday Nov 14th on your lunch in the box office just outside of the student counter. You can get a $20.00 ticket with your student card, and subsequent tickets are $25.00. Show dates are November 30th, December 1,2,3. Come and see what all the buzz is about!!

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

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NOV 25​.2016 - This is a Week B

Could Varsity Girls Basketball Team Members please return your uniforms to the Boys P.E. Office ASAP!
Could members of the Varsity Girls Basketball Team please return your "clean" uniform to Mr. Palias or Mr. Swindall in the Boys P.E. Office as soon as possible!

Music Performers Needed
Calling all Music Performers or Vocal Majors! Do you need volunteer hours? Come out to Fair December on December 3 or 4 from 10:30-2:00 and entertain guests at our cafe. Sign up with Mrs. Chan Singh in the science office.

Attn DECA Members
Attn DECA Provincial Qualifiers
Your paperwork and money must be submitted to Mr Miller in the Math Office by Monday at the latest.

Guys and Dolls -Many show t-shirts are unclaimed in the Drama office. If you ordered one, please collect it!!
Attention all Guys and Dolls both on stage and off stage.... If you have not yet picked up your show t-shirt please do so ASAP in the Drama office!! There are still many that have not been claimed.

Spring Play (Sense and Sensibility) now has audition monologues posted.  Check the callboard outside of room 104.  Info mtg Friday Nov 25th in room 104.
Spring Play Audition monologues are now posted on the callboard outside of Room 104. Please attend a general meeting Friday Nov 25th after school to get important information about the play and the auditions.

Girls Basketball Team
The girls basketball team's season came to an end last week with the girls finishing in the top 8 of all Tier 2 teams in Peel. The team had a very successful season. They not only made the playoffs but upset the undefeated John Cabot. They worked hard and developed as a team. Congratulations on a great season!

Toys for Tots Holiday Drive
The Toys for Tots holiday drive continues... your donations are looking great!  Keep them coming Cawthra and remember that the class with the top combined donation of toys, gift cards and cash will receive a special catered lunch party, courtesy of your Cawthra Student Council. 

Guys and dolls tickets on sale every day!
Tickets for Guys and Dolls are on sale every day now during both lunches in the box office right across from the student counter. TIckets are $20 with your student card or $25 without your card. Show nights are November 30 - Dec 3! They will sell out fast - get yours today!

Bring in your old craft supplies.
Eco Club wants your old craft supplies: buttons, ribbons, fabric, mason jars with lids, small shapely shampoo bottles etc. (library) We will use them in our Holiday Eco Workshop.

Guys and Dolls tickets are on sale November 14th - both lunches.  $20 with a student card.
Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!! Come and see this year's exciting musical, Guys and Dolls! High Rolling Gamblers, Hot Box Dancers, love, intrigue and religion!! Buy your tickets to this fantastic show starting on Monday Nov 14th on your lunch in the box office just outside of the student counter. You can get a $20.00 ticket with your student card, and subsequent tickets are $25.00. Show dates are November 30th, December 1,2,3. Come and see what all the buzz is about!!

Recyclling
It's Flip your Bin Friday!
Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom or office right now for our weekly pick up.  Take a glance in it as you do - how well are we sorting? 

Ottawa U Presentation
Are you registered in Grade 11 or 12 French this year?  Are you curious about post-secondary options for French?  A representative from the University of Ottawa will be here today, period C in room 209 to discuss their bilingual program options.  Feel free to join us for the presentation.

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

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NOV 24.2016 - This is a Week B

Music Performers Needed
Calling all Music Performers or Vocal Majors! Do you need volunteer hours? Come out to Fair December on December 3 or 4 from 10:30-2:00 and entertain guests at our cafe. Sign up with Mrs. Chan Singh in the science office.

Attn DECA Members
Attn DECA Provincial Qualifiers
Your paperwork and money must be submitted to Mr Miller in the Math Office by Monday at the latest.

Guys and Dolls -Many show t-shirts are unclaimed in the Drama office. If you ordered one, please collect it!!
Attention all Guys and Dolls both on stage and off stage.... If you have not yet picked up your show t-shirt please do so ASAP in the Drama office!! There are still many that have not been claimed.

Spring Play (Sense and Sensibility) now has audition monologues posted.  Check the callboard outside of room 104.  Info mtg Friday Nov 25th in room 104.
Spring Play Audition monologues are now posted on the callboard outside of Room 104. Please attend a general meeting Friday Nov 25th after school to get important information about the play and the auditions.

LEAP - Fair Trade presentation
This week, LEAP will be hosting a special guest from Studio 89. Come by room 207 after school on Thursday for a special presentation on Fair Trade!!

Girls Basketball Team
The girls basketball team's season came to an end last week with the girls finishing in the top 8 of all Tier 2 teams in Peel. The team had a very successful season. They not only made the playoffs but upset the undefeated John Cabot. They worked hard and developed as a team. Congratulations on a great season!

Toys for Tots Holiday Drive
The Toys for Tots holiday drive continues... your donations are looking great!  Keep them coming Cawthra and remember that the class with the top combined donation of toys, gift cards and cash will receive a special catered lunch party, courtesy of your Cawthra Student Council. 

LEAP
On November 24th, LEAP will be hosting a guest from Studio 89 who will be doing a presentation on Fair Trade! Come out after school to room 207 for this amazing opportunity!

Guys and dolls tickets on sale every day!
Tickets for Guys and Dolls are on sale every day now during both lunches in the box office right across from the student counter. TIckets are $20 with your student card or $25 without your card. Show nights are November 30 - Dec 3! They will sell out fast - get yours today!

Bring in your old craft supplies.
Eco Club wants your old craft supplies: buttons, ribbons, fabric, mason jars with lids, small shapely shampoo bottles etc. (library) We will use them in our Holiday Eco Workshop.

Guys and Dolls tickets are on sale November 14th - both lunches.  $20 with a student card.
Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!! Come and see this year's exciting musical, Guys and Dolls! High Rolling Gamblers, Hot Box Dancers, love, intrigue and religion!! Buy your tickets to this fantastic show starting on Monday Nov 14th on your lunch in the box office just outside of the student counter. You can get a $20.00 ticket with your student card, and subsequent tickets are $25.00. Show dates are November 30th, December 1,2,3. Come and see what all the buzz is about!!

Ottawa U Presenation
Are you registered in Grade 11 or 12 French this year?  Are you curious about post-secondary options for French?  A representative from the University of Ottawa will be here tomorrow, period C in room 209 to discuss their bilingual program options.  Feel free to join us for the presentation.

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

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NOV 22.2016 - This is a Week B

Table tennis tryouts
Table tennis tryouts will ONLY be on Tuesday this week and next week at 3:15pm in gym C. Make sure you've signed up outside of the math office. 

Spring Play (Sense and Sensibility) now has audition monologues posted.  Check the callboard outside of room 104.  Info mtg Friday Nov 25th in room 104.
Spring Play Audition monologues are now posted on the callboard outside of Room 104. Please attend a general meeting Friday Nov 25th after school to get important information about the play and the auditions.

LEAP - Fair Trade presentation
This week, LEAP will be hosting a special guest from Studio 89. Come by room 207 after school on Thursday for a special presentation on Fair Trade!!

Girls Basketball Team
The girls basketball team's season came to an end last week with the girls finishing in the top 8 of all Tier 2 teams in Peel. The team had a very successful season. They not only made the playoffs but upset the undefeated John Cabot. They worked hard and developed as a team. Congratulations on a great season!

Canadian Intermediate/Senior Math Contests
Canadian Intermediate/Senior Math Contests, Wednesday November 23, periods C and D. Senior in room 312, Intermediate in room 305. Good luck!

Wellness Day 2016
Hey Cawthra!  Get ready for Wellness Day 2016.  This a morning filled with lots of activities to do for you and your friends on Friday, December 16th.  We are looking for student leaders who want to lead an activity.  Do you have a hobby, skill or talent for cooking or games or sports, etc. and you would like to share it with others in the school?  Please visit Guidance to pick up an workshop proposal form.  Stay tuned for more details about signing up in the two weeks. 

Toys for Tots Holiday Drive
The Toys for Tots holiday drive continues... your donations are looking great!  Keep them coming Cawthra and remember that the class with the top combined donation of toys, gift cards and cash will receive a special catered lunch party, courtesy of your Cawthra Student Council. 

LEAP
On November 24th, LEAP will be hosting a guest from Studio 89 who will be doing a presentation on Fair Trade! Come out after school to room 207 for this amazing opportunity!

Guys and dolls tickets on sale every day!
Tickets for Guys and Dolls are on sale every day now during both lunches in the box office right across from the student counter. TIckets are $20 with your student card or $25 without your card. Show nights are November 30 - Dec 3! They will sell out fast - get yours today!

Bring in your old craft supplies.
Eco Club wants your old craft supplies: buttons, ribbons, fabric, mason jars with lids, small shapely shampoo bottles etc. (library) We will use them in our Holiday Eco Workshop.

Guys and Dolls tickets are on sale November 14th - both lunches.  $20 with a student card.
Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!! Come and see this year's exciting musical, Guys and Dolls! High Rolling Gamblers, Hot Box Dancers, love, intrigue and religion!! Buy your tickets to this fantastic show starting on Monday Nov 14th on your lunch in the box office just outside of the student counter. You can get a $20.00 ticket with your student card, and subsequent tickets are $25.00. Show dates are November 30th, December 1,2,3. Come and see what all the buzz is about!!

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

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NOV 21.2016 - This is a Week B

Choose Action - Anti-bullying Week
Choose Action. This week is the Peel District School Board's anti-bullying week. Choose action by noticing a person in need and lending a hand, by engaging in acts of kindness, and by regulating your own emotions when you are under stress.

LEAP - Fair Trade presentation
This week, LEAP will be hosting a special guest from Studio 89. Come by room 207 after school on Thursday for a special presentation on Fair Trade!!

Girls Basketball Team
The girls basketball team's season came to an end last week with the girls finishing in the top 8 of all Tier 2 teams in Peel. The team had a very successful season. They not only made the playoffs but upset the undefeated John Cabot. They worked hard and developed as a team. Congratulations on a great season!

Canadian Intermediate/Senior Math Contests
Canadian Intermediate/Senior Math Contests, Wednesday November 23, periods C and D. Senior in room 312, Intermediate in room 305. Good luck!

DECA
Attn DECA members . If you qualified for the Provincials, make sure you have picked up a permission form from the math office and return it as soon as possible.

Wellness Day 2016
Hey Cawthra!  Get ready for Wellness Day 2016.  This a morning filled with lots of activities to do for you and your friends on Friday, December 16th.  We are looking for student leaders who want to lead an activity.  Do you have a hobby, skill or talent for cooking or games or sports, etc. and you would like to share it with others in the school?  Please visit Guidance to pick up an workshop proposal form.  Stay tuned for more details about signing up in the two weeks. 

Toys for Tots Holiday Drive
The Toys for Tots holiday drive continues... your donations are looking great!  Keep them coming Cawthra and remember that the class with the top combined donation of toys, gift cards and cash will receive a special catered lunch party, courtesy of your Cawthra Student Council. 

LEAP
On November 24th, LEAP will be hosting a guest from Studio 89 who will be doing a presentation on Fair Trade! Come out after school to room 207 for this amazing opportunity!

Guys and dolls tickets on sale every day!
Tickets for Guys and Dolls are on sale every day now during both lunches in the box office right across from the student counter. TIckets are $20 with your student card or $25 without your card. Show nights are November 30 - Dec 3! They will sell out fast - get yours today!

Bring in your old craft supplies.
Eco Club wants your old craft supplies: buttons, ribbons, fabric, mason jars with lids, small shapely shampoo bottles etc. (library) We will use them in our Holiday Eco Workshop.

Guys and Dolls tickets are on sale November 14th - both lunches.  $20 with a student card.
Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!! Come and see this year's exciting musical, Guys and Dolls! High Rolling Gamblers, Hot Box Dancers, love, intrigue and religion!! Buy your tickets to this fantastic show starting on Monday Nov 14th on your lunch in the box office just outside of the student counter. You can get a $20.00 ticket with your student card, and subsequent tickets are $25.00. Show dates are November 30th, December 1,2,3. Come and see what all the buzz is about!!

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

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NOV 17.2016 - This is a Week A

DECA
Attn DECA members . If you qualified for the Provincials, make sure you have picked up a permission form from the math office and return it as soon as possible.

Wellness Day 2016
Hey Cawthra!  Get ready for Wellness Day 2016.  This a morning filled with lots of activities to do for you and your friends on Friday, December 16th.  We are looking for student leaders who want to lead an activity.  Do you have a hobby, skill or talent for cooking or games or sports, etc. and you would like to share it with others in the school?  Please visit Guidance to pick up an workshop proposal form.  Stay tuned for more details about signing up in the two weeks. 

Toys for Tots Holiday Drive
The Toys for Tots holiday drive continues... your donations are looking great!  Keep them coming Cawthra and remember that the class with the top combined donation of toys, gift cards and cash will receive a special catered lunch party, courtesy of your Cawthra Student Council. 

Mandatory Black History Month meeting
Just a reminder that there is a mandatory meeting for all those who expressed interest in performing in this year's Black History Month assembly today. The period C meeting will take place in room 215 and the period D meeting will take place in room 209. Look forward to seeing you there!

Table Tennis Team
Table Tennis Team Tryouts are next week on Tuesday and Thursday after school in Gym C. Sign up on the sheet outside the math office.

Cawthra Cap Sales
Hey Cawthra!  Just a reminder that Cawthra Caps will be on sale today and tomorrow in the cafeteria periods C and D.  For just $15 you can show your Cawthra pride.  All proceeds will go to Unicef to support their work in enriching the education of children in developing countries.

Our Girls Hockey Team opened the season with a win against Applewood
The girls hockey team played their first game yesterday against Applewood. The score was tied at zero with less than a minute and a half left in the game when Victoria Sudeyko found the back of the net. Natalie Palmer ensured the win with an empty netter in the last few seconds of the game.  Congratulations to our hockey team. It's going to be an exciting season! 

Girls Basketball team advances to quarter-finals!
Entering the playoffs, Cawthra's girls basketball team came in ranked 14th out of 16 teams. Yesterday, they took on the undefeated 3rd seed John Cabot. Our girls played tough, both mentally and physically and went on to beat Cabot 58-51!! The offence was led by Hannah Andrejuk, Taylor Delaney and Shehrina Hussein. And Mackenzie Kavanaugh had a standout performance defensively. Congratulations on a great team win! They will play at Fletcher's Meadow on Thursday.

LEAP
On November 24th, LEAP will be hosting a guest from Studio 89 who will be doing a presentation on Fair Trade! Come out after school to room 207 for this amazing opportunity!

Music Theater Program Auditions
The Broadway Company, The Open Jar Institute from New York City is coming to Cawthra on December 12th to accept auditions for their Music Theater program for Summer 2017. If you want to work with Broadway experts, please see Mrs. Kezele in the Music Office for more information!

Nov 18 Professional Learning Day
Nov 18th is a full day Professional Learning Day. There is no school for students. Take the day to get caught up on your work, enjoy the outdoors, or exercise.

Guys and dolls tickets on sale every day!
Tickets for Guys and Dolls are on sale every day now during both lunches in the box office right across from the student counter. TIckets are $20 with your student card or $25 without your card. Show nights are November 30 - Dec 3! They will sell out fast - get yours today!

Hockey Time Keepers Needed
The girls hockey team is looking for experienced time keepers for our home games. Interested students should see Ms. Russell in the Guidance area.

Bring in your old craft supplies.
Eco Club wants your old craft supplies: buttons, ribbons, fabric, mason jars with lids, small shapely shampoo bottles etc. (library) We will use them in our Holiday Eco Workshop.

LEAP
Come out to LEAP on Thursday after school in room 207 to discuss local, national and global issues. Find out how you can raise awareness on issues such as child labour, unequal access to clean water and fair trade. Find our about volunteers opportunities and chances to participate in events like Model UN. See you Thursday!

Guys and Dolls tickets are on sale November 14th - both lunches.  $20 with a student card.
Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!! Come and see this year's exciting musical, Guys and Dolls! High Rolling Gamblers, Hot Box Dancers, love, intrigue and religion!! Buy your tickets to this fantastic show starting on Monday Nov 14th on your lunch in the box office just outside of the student counter. You can get a $20.00 ticket with your student card, and subsequent tickets are $25.00. Show dates are November 30th, December 1,2,3. Come and see what all the buzz is about!!

Recycling
It's Flip your Bin Thursday!
Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom or office right now for our weekly pick up.  Take a glance in it as you do - how well are we sorting? 

2016-2017 Student Achievement Awards
Calling all students for this year's Student Achievement Awards Theme: Mirror Mirror
Mirror mirror on the wall...reflecting the world back at us, inviting us to peer into it, giving us perspective on ourselves and feeding our imaginations. Get inspired by this year's theme of #MirrorMirror and write a poem, short story or essay. Or create a drawing or painting that explores the theme. We even have a category for digital productions such as videos and songs. Share your creative vision with the world!
 
The provincial winner from each of our eight categories will receive a cash award of $1000 and will be invited to the OSSTF annual general meeting in Toronto to receive their award.
 
Cawthra has produced several District Level Award Winners and a Provincial Winner!
 
 www.osstf.on.ca/studentachievementawards
 
There are TWO Divisions and EIGHT Categories in total:
A. PROSE and POETRY (5 Categories)
B. CREATIVE (3 Categories)
 
DUE DATE (along with entry forms) : FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18, 2016
 
See your teacher or Ms Mohiuddin in Room 201 for more information.

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

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NOV 10.2016 - This is a Week B

Salvation Army Street Walk
All students attending the Salvation Army street walk are asked to attend a very brief meeting Monday after school in rom 207.

Senior Boys Volleyball
Congratulations to the senior boys volleyball team for their hard fought 2 sets to 1 win over the Father Michael Goetz Gators on Wednesday.
After conceding the first set with a score of 28-26, the Panthers roared back in the second set and took control from start to finish with a score of 25-7. In set 3, some good serving helped the team regain control and confidence and close out the set with a great attack and a 15-11 win. 
Shout out to our top grade 12s:
Mohammed Alhadid for his good blocks & middle hits,
Chester Ashby for his awkward, yet effective serves, and great left side defense & offense
Danny Collins for his great all around play including serves, left side defense and offense
Cameron Knox for his good serves & right side hits
Ryan Lagler-Clark for his great all around play including serves, right side defense, and setting up our offense
Go Panthers!

Trip to Royal Ontario Museum Postponed
This afternoon's Royal Ontario Museum Trip for LEAP and the QSA has been postponed due to low numbers. We will talk about rescheduling.

Jr Girls Volleyball - Final Team List
Thank you to all grade 9 and 10 girls who tried out for the Jr. Girls Volleyball team last week. The final team has been selected and the team list is posted on the board outside Boy's Phys Ed. All girls who have made the team are expected to attend practice tomorrow morning - Friday, November 11th - at 7:00am.

Guys and Dolls tickets are on sale November 14th - both lunches.  $20 with a student card.
Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!! Come and see this year's exciting musical, Guys and Dolls! High Rolling Gamblers, Hot Box Dancers, love, intrigue and religion!! Buy your tickets to this fantastic show starting on Monday Nov 14th on your lunch in the box office just outside of the student counter. You can get a $20.00 ticket with your student card, and subsequent tickets are $25.00. Show dates are November 30th, December 1,2,3. Come and see what all the buzz is about!!

Maker Monday/Engineering Club
Maker Mondays/Engineering Club runs every Monday starting Nov 14 periods C & D. Have your lunch first. Arrive 20 minutes into the period. 11:30 and 12:50. We will start with 3D printing. Make, Create, Innovate.

Semi Formal
Cawthra Student Council's annual semi formal is back!  Take a walk "Into the Woods" with this year's enchanted forest theme, on February 16, 2017.  Ticket sales will run from Dec. 5 - 8 during periods C and D at the box office.  At just $40 a ticket, you will get dinner and an opportunity to dress up, take pictures and dance the night away with your friends from 6-10pm at the Living Arts Centre.  Permission forms can be downloaded from the CSC Facebook page online or picked up from the Student Counter.  Have these completed and ready to submit along with your student ID when you purchase your ticket.  Just a reminder that guests must be registered high school students and have their guest form completed by their school's principal in order to purchase a ticket.  For more information, please visit CSC's social media sites or see a CSC rep.

Career Mash Field Trip
Students going to the Career Mash Inspiring Careers in Technology conference are reminded that we will leave on Monday, November 14 at 9:00 am. There will be an announcement to tell you when to leave class. Please ensure that you bring your signed media release form if you haven't already handed it in.

Cawthra Caps Fundraiser
Cawthra Student Council will be running a fundraiser called Cawthra Caps.  Baseball caps are going to be sold for $15 and the money raised will go to UNICEF's efforts to enrich the education of children in developing countries.  Orders will be taken on November 16 and 17 in the caf during periods C and D.  You can download an order form and check out the design on our Facebook page or get a form in the caf on Friday November 11.

Job Opportunity
Want to earn some extra cash before the Christmas break? Become an expert gift wrapper! Hours are flexible and there are many locations in Mississauga where you can work. See the flyer posted on the work board of outside of guidance for details.

Guys and Dolls Crew photos.  Thurs Nov 10th. after school. Wear a black tshirt and jeans. Meet in the cafeteria
Attention all crew members for Guys and Dolls. Your crew photo will be taken Thursday Nov 10th after school. Please meet in the cafeteria wearing a black tshirt and jeans. As soon as your whole crew is present the photo will be taken. There will be no retakes if you miss the crew photo.

Guys and Dolls crew photos:  Taken Thursday Nov 10th after school. Meet in the cafeteria wearing a black tshirt and jeans.
Attention all crew members for Guys and Dolls. Your crew photo will be taken Thursday Nov 10th after school. Please meet in the cafeteria wearing a black tshirt and jeans. As soon as your whole crew is present the photo will be taken. There will be no retakes if you miss the crew photo.

2016-2017 Student Achievement Awards
Calling all students for this year's Student Achievement Awards Theme: Mirror Mirror
Mirror mirror on the wall...reflecting the world back at us, inviting us to peer into it, giving us perspective on ourselves and feeding our imaginations. Get inspired by this year's theme of #MirrorMirror and write a poem, short story or essay. Or create a drawing or painting that explores the theme. We even have a category for digital productions such as videos and songs. Share your creative vision with the world!
The provincial winner from each of our eight categories will receive a cash award of $1000 and will be invited to the OSSTF annual general meeting in Toronto to receive their award.
Cawthra has produced several District Level Award Winners and a Provincial Winner!
www.osstf.on.ca/studentachievementawards
There are TWO Divisions and EIGHT Categories in total:
A. PROSE and POETRY (5 Categories)
B. CREATIVE (3 Categories)
DUE DATE (along with entry forms) : FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18, 2016
See your teacher or Ms Mohiuddin in Room 201 for more information.

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

Eco Bake Sale Nov 17
Nov 17 is the Eco Club bake sale. Treat yourself and help us raise money for a bottle refilling station. Treats $1-$2.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

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NOV 08.2016 - This is a Week B

Spirit Wear
Today is the last day to bring in your Spirit Wear forms. Please bring them in to the caf at lunch today.

Half Day Nov 9
Wed Nov 9 is a half day. School ends for students at 11:30. S​taff will be engaged in professional activities in the afternoon.

Cawthra Caps Fundraiser
Cawthra Student Council will be running a fundraiser called Cawthra Caps.  Baseball caps are going to be sold for $15 and the money raised will go to UNICEF's efforts to enrich the education of children in developing countries.  Orders will be taken on November 16 and 17 in the caf during periods C and D.  You can download an order form and check out the design on our Facebook page or get a form in the caf on Friday November 11.

Girls Hockey Team
The final roster for the Cawthra Girls hockey team has been posted outside the gym. Players must pick up their permission forms from Tracey in Guidance and attend a 7am practice on Wednesday November 9th.

Alpine Ski Team
Attention Skiers: All students at Cawthra Park (Boys and Girls Grades 9-12+) are invited to join the Alpine Ski Team.  This year we will be skiing at Horseshoe Valley, Mt St Louis, and Caledon.  Please come to our first meeting in the Gym after school on Tuesday November 8 from 3:15 – 4:00 to sign up.  No racing experience is required, however, you cannot be a beginner skier and you must have access to your own skis (rentals are not available).
Please see Ms Phelan or Mr Holmes in Girls Phys Ed if you have any questions.

Job Opportunity
Want to earn some extra cash before the Christmas break? Become an expert gift wrapper! Hours are flexible and there are many locations in Mississauga where you can work. See the flyer posted on the work board of outside of guidance for details.

Guys and Dolls Crew photos.  Thurs Nov 10th. after school. Wear a black tshirt and jeans. Meet in the cafeteria
Attention all crew members for Guys and Dolls. Your crew photo will be taken Thursday Nov 10th after school. Please meet in the cafeteria wearing a black tshirt and jeans. As soon as your whole crew is present the photo will be taken. There will be no retakes if you miss the crew photo.

Guys and Dolls crew photos:  Taken Thursday Nov 10th after school. Meet in the cafeteria wearing a black tshirt and jeans.
Attention all crew members for Guys and Dolls. Your crew photo will be taken Thursday Nov 10th after school. Please meet in the cafeteria wearing a black tshirt and jeans. As soon as your whole crew is present the photo will be taken. There will be no retakes if you miss the crew photo.

2016-2017 Student Achievement Awards
Calling all students for this year's Student Achievement Awards Theme: Mirror Mirror
Mirror mirror on the wall...reflecting the world back at us, inviting us to peer into it, giving us perspective on ourselves and feeding our imaginations. Get inspired by this year's theme of #MirrorMirror and write a poem, short story or essay. Or create a drawing or painting that explores the theme. We even have a category for digital productions such as videos and songs. Share your creative vision with the world!
The provincial winner from each of our eight categories will receive a cash award of $1000 and will be invited to the OSSTF annual general meeting in Toronto to receive their award.
Cawthra has produced several District Level Award Winners and a Provincial Winner!
www.osstf.on.ca/studentachievementawards
There are TWO Divisions and EIGHT Categories in total:
A. PROSE and POETRY (5 Categories)
B. CREATIVE (3 Categories)
DUE DATE (along with entry forms) : FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18, 2016
See your teacher or Ms Mohiuddin in Room 201 for more information.

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

Eco Bake Sale Nov 17
Nov 17 is the Eco Club bake sale. Treat yourself and help us raise money for a bottle refilling station. Treats $1-$2.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

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NOV 07.2016 - This is a Week B

Alpine Ski Team
Attention Skiers: All students at Cawthra Park (Boys and Girls Grades 9-12+) are invited to join the Alpine Ski Team.  This year we will be skiing at Horseshoe Valley, Mt St Louis, and Caledon.  Please come to our first meeting in the Gym after school on Tuesday November 8 from 3:15 – 4:00 to sign up.  No racing experience is required, however, you cannot be a beginner skier and​ you must have access to your own skis (rentals are not available).
Please see Ms Phelan or Mr Holmes in Girls Phys Ed if you have any questions.

Deca meeting cxld
Deca meeting cxld nov 7

Job Opportunity
Want to earn some extra cash before the Christmas break? Become an expert gift wrapper! Hours are flexible and there are many locations in Mississauga where you can work. See the flyer posted on the work board of outside of guidance for details.

Guys and Dolls Crew photos.  Thurs Nov 10th. after school. Wear a black tshirt and jeans. Meet in the cafeteria
Attention all crew members for Guys and Dolls. Your crew photo will be taken Thursday Nov 10th after school. Please meet in the cafeteria wearing a black tshirt and jeans. As soon as your whole crew is present the photo will be taken. There will be no retakes if you miss the crew photo.

Guys and Dolls crew photos:  Taken Thursday Nov 10th after school. Meet in the cafeteria wearing a black tshirt and jeans.
Attention all crew members for Guys and Dolls. Your crew photo will be taken Thursday Nov 10th after school. Please meet in the cafeteria wearing a black tshirt and jeans. As soon as your whole crew is present the photo will be taken. There will be no retakes if you miss the crew photo.

2016-2017 Student Achievement Awards
Calling all students for this year's Student Achievement Awards Theme: Mirror Mirror
Mirror mirror on the wall...reflecting the world back at us, inviting us to peer into it, giving us perspective on ourselves and feeding our imaginations. Get inspired by this year's theme of #MirrorMirror and write a poem, short story or essay. Or create a drawing or painting that explores the theme. We even have a category for digital productions such as videos and songs. Share your creative vision with the world!
The provincial winner from each of our eight categories will receive a cash award of $1000 and will be invited to the OSSTF annual general meeting in Toronto to receive their award.
Cawthra has produced several District Level Award Winners and a Provincial Winner!
There are TWO Divisions and EIGHT Categories in total:
A. PROSE and POETRY (5 Categories)
B. CREATIVE (3 Categories)
DUE DATE (along with entry forms) : FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18, 2016
See your teacher or Ms Mohiuddin in Room 201 for more information.

Spirit Wear sales end Monday Nov. 7!
Due to popular demand, Spirit Wear sales have been extended until Monday Nov. 7. So if you are interested in buying official Cawthra sweatpants, hoodies or sweaters, stop by the caf during lunch and grab an order form. The forms and money must be handed in by Monday at the latest!

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

Eco Bake Sale Nov 17
Nov 17 is the Eco Club bake sale. Treat yourself and help us raise money for a bottle refilling station. Treats $1-$2.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

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NOV 04.2016 - This is a Week A

Recycling
It's Flip your Bin Friday!
Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom or office right now for our weekly pick up.  Take a glance in it as you do - how well are we sorting? 

Guys and Dolls crew photos:  Taken Thursday Nov 10th after school. Meet in the cafeteria wearing a black tshirt and jeans.
Attention all crew members for Guys and Dolls. Your crew photo will be taken Thursday Nov 10th after school. Please meet in the cafeteria wearing a black tshirt and jeans. As soon as your whole crew is present the photo will be taken. There will be no retakes if you miss the crew photo.

Black History Month
Are you interested in performing in this year's Black History Month assembly?  We are looking for hip hop dancers, singers, spoken word artists and much more!  If you would like to participate in this year's assembly please sign up on Monday November 7 with Ms. Riley in the Communications Office.

LEAP
LEAP is Cawthra Park's social justice club. Come to room 207 this Thursday to learn and take action about important topics that impact our world! Join us this week as we discuss national, global and local issues that concern and affect you.

2016-2017 Student Achievement Awards
Calling all students for this year's Student Achievement Awards Theme: Mirror Mirror
Mirror mirror on the wall...reflecting the world back at us, inviting us to peer into it, giving us perspective on ourselves and feeding our imaginations. Get inspired by this year's theme of #MirrorMirror and write a poem, short story or essay. Or create a drawing or painting that explores the theme. We even have a category for digital productions such as videos and songs. Share your creative vision with the world!
The provincial winner from each of our eight categories will receive a cash award of $1000 and will be invited to the OSSTF annual general meeting in Toronto to receive their award.
Cawthra has produced several District Level Award Winners and a Provincial Winner!
There are TWO Divisions and EIGHT Categories in total:
A. PROSE and POETRY (5 Categories)
B. CREATIVE (3 Categories)
DUE DATE (along with entry forms) : FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18, 2016
See your teacher or Ms Mohiuddin in Room 201 for more information.

Mandatory co-op meeting
Students taking co-op semester two.  There is a mandatory meeting in the career centre today 1t 1:50 p.m.

Spirit Wear sales end Monday Nov. 7!
Due to popular demand, Spirit Wear sales have been extended until Monday Nov. 7. So if you are interested in buying official Cawthra sweatpants, hoodies or sweaters, stop by the caf during lunch and grab an order form. The forms and money must be handed in by Monday at the latest!

Salvation Army Street Walk
Grade 11 and 12 students interested in attending the Salvation Army Street Walk can pick up permission forms at the Social Science office. Permission forms are due this Friday.

Sears Drama Festival
Sears Drama Fest auditions will take place Tuesday and Wednesday November 1st & 2nd.  Call backs will be on Thursday and Friday November 3rd & 4th.  Auditions will run from 3:15 to 5:45 pm.  Sign up for Tuesday or Wednesday on the Sears Call Board.

Guys and Dolls crew members should pick up their ticket orders in the Drama Office ASAP
Guys and Dolls crew members who purchased advance tickets should pick them up today in the drama office.

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

Eco Bake Sale Nov 17
Nov 17 is the Eco Club bake sale. Treat yourself and help us raise money for a bottle refilling station. Treats $1-$2.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

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NOV 02.2016 - This is a Week A

LEAP / QSA Field Trip
Listen up LEAP and QSA Equity group: Forms for the ROM trip are posted on the Visual Arts bulletin board. Please try to have forms back for Thursdays meetings !

LEAP
LEAP is Cawthra Park's social justice club. Come to room 207 this Thursday to learn and take action about important topics that impact our world! Join us this week as we discuss national, global and local issues that concern and affect you.

Jr Girls Volleyball Tryouts
Tryouts for the Jr. Girls Volleyball team will take place this Thursday and Friday in Gym A/B. Grade 10s will try out on Thursday November 3 from 7 - 8:15am and Grade 9s will try out the following day, Friday, November 4th from 7 - 8:15am. Please sign up as a grade 9 or grade 10 student on the sign up sheets outside of the Boys Phys Ed Office. You will be unable to try out if you do not sign up.

2016-2017 Student Achievement Awards
Calling all students for this year's Student Achievement Awards Theme: Mirror Mirror
Mirror mirror on the wall...reflecting the world back at us, inviting us to peer into it, giving us perspective on ourselves and feeding our imaginations. Get inspired by this year's theme of #MirrorMirror and write a poem, short story or essay. Or create a drawing or painting that explores the theme. We even have a category for digital productions such as videos and songs. Share your creative vision with the world!
The provincial winner from each of our eight categories will receive a cash award of $1000 and will be invited to the OSSTF annual general meeting in Toronto to receive their award.
Cawthra has produced several District Level Award Winners and a Provincial Winner!
www.osstf.on.ca/studentachievementawards
There are TWO Divisions and EIGHT Categories in total:
A. PROSE and POETRY (5 Categories)
B. CREATIVE (3 Categories)
DUE DATE (along with entry forms) : FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18, 2016
See your teacher or Ms Mohiuddin in Room 201 for more information.

Spirit Wear sales end Monday Nov. 7!
Due to popular demand, Spirit Wear sales have been extended until Monday Nov. 7. So if you are interested in buying official Cawthra sweatpants, hoodies or sweaters, stop by the caf during lunch and grab an order form. The forms and money must be handed in by Monday at the latest!

Salvation Army Street Walk
Grade 11 and 12 students interested in attending the Salvation Army Street Walk can pick up permission forms at the Social Science office. Permission forms are due this Friday.

Artist In The Classroom
Interested in Cinematography? We will have a previous Cawthra Grad Jeremy Benning this coming Friday to do an Artist In The Classroom talk.  Sign up with Ms. San Agustin in Room 100 by Thursday.

Sears Drama Festival
Sears Drama Fest auditions will take place Tuesday and Wednesday November 1st & 2nd.  Call backs will be on Thursday and Friday November 3rd & 4th.  Auditions will run from 3:15 to 5:45 pm.  Sign up for Tuesday or Wednesday on the Sears Call Board.

Jr Girls Volleyball Tryout
Tryouts for the Jr. Girls Volleyball team will take place this Thursday and Friday in Gym A/B. Grade 10s will try out on Thursday November 3 from 7 - 8:15am and Grade 9s will try out the following day, Friday, November 4th from 7 - 8:15am. Please sign up as a grade 9 or grade 10 student on the sign up sheets outside of the Boys Phys Ed Office. You will be unable to try out if you do not sign up.

Girl's hockey team try-out
The second and final try-out for the Girls Hockey Team will take place on November 3rd at 6:45am. All players must attend to be eligible to play.

Guys and Dolls crew members should pick up their ticket orders in the Drama Office ASAP
Guys and Dolls crew members who purchased advance tickets should pick them up today in the drama office.

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

Eco Bake Sale Nov 17
Nov 17 is the Eco Club bake sale. Treat yourself and help us raise money for a bottle refilling station. Treats $1-$2.

CIMC/CSMC sign-up
Registration for the Canadian Intermediate and Senior Math Contests on November 23 is due by November 4. A $10 fee applies. Sign up with any math teacher.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

Collage Concert in the CAF
Collage is coming to us on Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the cafeteria! This is a café/cabaret performance put on by our music students. Get tickets from a performer or come visit the Music office. Tickets will be available starting Monday, October 31st. Come support your musicians!

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NOV 01.2016 - This is a Week A

Sears Drama Festival
Sears Drama Fest auditions will take place Tuesday and Wednesday November 1st & 2nd.  Call backs will be on Thursday and Friday November 3rd & 4th.  Auditions will run from 3:15 to 5:45 pm.  Sign up for Tuesday or Wednesday on the Sears Call Board.

Jr Girls Volleyball Tryout
Tryouts for the Jr. Girls Volleyball team will take place this Thursday and Friday in Gym A/B. Grade 10s will try out on Thursday November 3 from 7 - 8:15am and Grade 9s will try out the following day, Friday, November 4th from 7 - 8:15am. Please sign up as a grade 9 or grade 10 student on the sign up sheets outside of the Boys Phys Ed Office. You will be unable to try out if you do not sign up.

Girl's hockey team try-out
The second and final try-out for the Girls Hockey Team will take place on November 3rd at 6:45am. All players must attend to be eligible to play.

Guys and Dolls crew members should pick up their ticket orders in the Drama Office ASAP
Guys and Dolls crew members who purchased advance tickets should pick them up today in the drama office.

Fair December Craft and Gift Show
Volunteers are needed for Cawthra Park's fund raiser - FAIR DECEMBER on December 3 and 4. We need ushers, ticket sellers, food servers and performers. Come out to support Cawthra's own Craft and Gift show and earn volunteer hours. Contact Mrs. Chan Singh in the science department or sign up on the volunteer board outside guidance.

Eco Bake Sale Nov 17
Nov 17 is the Eco Club bake sale. Treat yourself and help us raise money for a bottle refilling station. Treats $1-$2.

Take Our Kids to Work
Congratulations to Mr. Swyer & Mr. Pilgun who won the Take Our Kids to Work class parties!!! Honourable mentions go out to Ms. Riley & Mr. Iafrate who kept the competiton fierce :) Enjoy your placements on November 2nd and don't forget the selfie!!!

CIMC/CSMC sign-up
Registration for the Canadian Intermediate and Senior Math Contests on November 23 is due by November 4. A $10 fee applies. Sign up with any math teacher.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

Photography Club
If you like taking pictures and having fun, come on out to photography club. We’ll be ready with themed games and photography assignments every week. Join us, Wednesdays after school in room 100.

Collage Concert in the CAF
Collage is coming to us on Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the cafeteria! This is a café/cabaret performance put on by our music students. Get tickets from a performer or come visit the Music office. Tickets will be available starting Monday, October 31st. Come support your musicians!

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OCT 31.2016 - This is a Week A

Girl's Flag Football
Congratulations to the girls flag football team who defeated the Woodlands on Friday 14-12.  Touchdowns were scored by Dia Prijono and Kristen Vlahoitis.  Excellent work by Quarterback Megan Vlahoitis and the defense including interceptions by Julie Le and Carlin Camp.

Jr Girls Volleyball Tryout
Tryouts for the Jr. Girls Volleyball team will take place this Thursday and Friday in Gym A/B. Grade 10s will try out on Thursday November 3 from 7 - 8:15am and Grade 9s will try out the following day, Friday, November 4th from 7 - 8:15am. Please sign up as a grade 9 or grade 10 student on the sign up sheets outside of the Boys Phys Ed Office. You will be unable to try out if you do not sign up.

Girl's hockey team try-out
The second and final try-out for the Girls Hockey Team will take place on November 3rd at 6:45am. All players must attend to be eligible to play.

Guys and Dolls crew members should pick up their ticket orders in the Drama Office ASAP
Guys and Dolls crew members who purchased advance tickets should pick them up today in the drama office.

Attn DECA students
Attn DECA students.
Remember that all Deca students MUST  write their ONLINE test on MONDAY right after school in  room 310 or 305

Take Our Kids to Work
Congratulations to Mr. Swyer & Mr. Pilgun who won the Take Our Kids to Work class parties!!! Honourable mentions go out to Ms. Riley & Mr. Iafrate who kept the competiton fierce :) Enjoy your placements on November 2nd and don't forget the selfie!!!

SHOUT's Halloween Bake Sale
Hello Cawthra. SHOUT's annual Halloween bake sale will be held this Monday October 31st during Periods C and D in the cafeteria. All proceeds will go to the Canadian Red Cross to help victims of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. Come on out and buy a sweet treat and support a worthy cause. See you there.

CIMC/CSMC sign-up
Registration for the Canadian Intermediate and Senior Math Contests on November 23 is due by November 4. A $10 fee applies. Sign up with any math teacher.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

Photography Club
If you like taking pictures and having fun, come on out to photography club. We’ll be ready with themed games and photography assignments every week. Join us, Wednesdays after school in room 100.

Spirit Wear is here!
Hey Cawthra! Spirit wear is here! There will be order forms for hoodies, crewnecks, sweaters, and sweatpants. Spirit wear will be sold in the caf over the next two weeks during both period C and D lunch. Remember, cheques ONLY.

Collage Concert in the CAF
Collage is coming to us on Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the cafeteria! This is a café/cabaret performance put on by our music students. Get tickets from a performer or come visit the Music office. Tickets will be available starting Monday, October 31st. Come support your musicians!

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OCT 27.2016 - This is a Week B

Guys and Dolls crew members should pick up their ticket orders in the Drama Office ASAP
Guys and Dolls crew members who purchased advance tickets should pick them up today in the drama office.

Glendon Presentation today Rm. 209
Are you registered in Grade 11 or 12 French this year?  Are you curious about post-secondary options for French?  A representative from Glendon @ York University will be here today, period C in room 209 to discuss their bilingual program options.  Feel free to join us for the presentation.

Take Our Kids to Work
Congratulations to Mr. Swyer & Mr. Pilgun who won the Take Our Kids to Work class parties!!! Honourable mentions go out to Ms. Riley & Mr. Iafrate who kept the competiton fierce :) Enjoy your placements on November 2nd and don't forget the selfie!!!

SHOUT's Halloween Bake Sale
Hello Cawthra. SHOUT's annual Halloween bake sale will be held this Monday October 31st during Periods C and D in the cafeteria. All proceeds will go to the Canadian Red Cross to help victims of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. Come on out and buy a sweet treat and support a worthy cause. See you there.

Salvation Army Street Walk
There will be a brief information session Any grade 11 and 12 students interested in attending this years Salvation Army Street walk  in room 207 this Thursday after school. Can't make the meeting?  Pick up permission forms on the door of the Social Science office

United Way Campaign
Just a reminder that today, Friday October 28, is the absolute last day to submit United way donations in your homeform.  The homeform with the highest donations will win a prize and the winner will be announced early next week!  Thank you Very Much!!

Senior girls basketball team wins!
Yesterday, our Girls basketball team played Glenforest in a matchup of two teams with a 3 and 2 record. Cawthra played very tough defense and out-rebounded their opponent on their way to a 38-20 win! Congratulations on a  solid game girls!

We Scare Hunger!
We Scare Hunger continues!  Come visit us in the cafe all week during lunch C and D and bring us those non-perishable food items!.  For every 5 items you donate, you'll receive a ballot to be entered into a draw for one of two prizes.  All proceeds will go to the Mississauga Food Bank.

CIMC/CSMC sign-up
Registration for the Canadian Intermediate and Senior Math Contests on November 23 is due by November 4. A $10 fee applies. Sign up with any math teacher.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

Black History Month Assembly auditions
Hey Cawthra!  Are you interested in performing in this year's black history month concert? We are looking for hip hop dancers, singers, spoken word pieces and much more. If you would like to participate in this year's assembly, please sign up for an audition spot on Cawthra Student Council's Facebook page or see Ms. Riley for more details.

Photography Club
If you like taking pictures and having fun, come on out to photography club. We’ll be ready with themed games and photography assignments every week. Join us, Wednesdays after school in room 100.

Spirit Wear is here!
Hey Cawthra! Spirit wear is here! There will be order forms for hoodies, crewnecks, sweaters, and sweatpants. Spirit wear will be sold in the caf over the next two weeks during both period C and D lunch. Remember, cheques ONLY.

Collage Concert in the CAF
Collage is coming to us on Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the cafeteria! This is a café/cabaret performance put on by our music students. Get tickets from a performer or come visit the Music office. Tickets will be available starting Monday, October 31st. Come support your musicians!

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OCT 27.2016 - This is a Week B

Take Our Kids to Work
Congratulations to Mr. Swyer & Mr. Pilgun who won the Take Our Kids to Work class parties!!! Honourable mentions go out to Ms. Riley & Mr. Iafrate who kept the competiton fierce :) Enjoy your placements on November 2nd and don't forget the selfie!!!

SHOUT's Halloween Bake Sale
Hello Cawthra. SHOUT's annual Halloween bake sale will be held this Monday October 31st during Periods C and D in the cafeteria. All proceeds will go to the Canadian Red Cross to help victims of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. Come on out and buy a sweet treat and support a worthy cause. See you there.

Salvation Army Street Walk
There will be a brief information session Any grade 11 and 12 students interested in attending this years Salvation Army Street walk  in room 207 this Thursday after school. Can't make the meeting?  Pick up permission forms on the door of the Social Science office

United Way Campaign
Just a reminder that Friday is the absolute last day to submit United way donations in your homeform.  The homeform with the highest donations will win a prize and the winner will be announced early next week!  Thank you Very Much!!

Senior girls basketball team wins!
Yesterday, our Girls basketball team played Glenforest in a matchup of two teams with a 3 and 2 record. Cawthra played very tough defense and out-rebounded their opponent on their way to a 38-20 win! Congratulations on a  solid game girls!

Spooky Story Bonfire
Spooky Story Bonfire. Come to the library in C and D on Oct 31st and get scared. Students and teachers will sit together in a mock bonfire and read scary stories. Classes have first dibs for participation. Drop by the library if you want to sign up to read.

We Scare Hunger!
We Scare Hunger continues!  Come visit us in the cafe all week during lunch C and D and bring us those non-perishable food items!.  For every 5 items you donate, you'll receive a ballot to be entered into a draw for one of two prizes.  All proceeds will go to the Mississauga Food Bank.

CIMC/CSMC sign-up
Registration for the Canadian Intermediate and Senior Math Contests on November 23 is due by November 4. A $10 fee applies. Sign up with any math teacher.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

Black History Month Assembly auditions
Hey Cawthra!  Are you interested in performing in this year's black history month concert? We are looking for hip hop dancers, singers, spoken word pieces and much more. If you would like to participate in this year's assembly, please sign up for an audition spot on Cawthra Student Council's Facebook page or see Ms. Riley for more details.

Photography Club
If you like taking pictures and having fun, come on out to photography club. We’ll be ready with themed games and photography assignments every week. Join us, Wednesdays after school in room 100.

Spirit Wear is here!
Hey Cawthra! Spirit wear is here! There will be order forms for hoodies, crewnecks, sweaters, and sweatpants. Spirit wear will be sold in the caf over the next two weeks during both period C and D lunch. Remember, cheques ONLY.

Collage Concert in the CAF
Collage is coming to us on Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the cafeteria! This is a café/cabaret performance put on by our music students. Get tickets from a performer or come visit t​he Music office. Tickets will be available starting Monday, October 31st. Come support your musicians!

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OCT 26.2016 - This is a Week B

Canstage Field Trip
Grade 12 Drama majors are reminded to meet in the front foyer at 11:00 am for their field trip to Canstage toady.

Sears Festival
Sears reading panel is to meet in room 112 at 3:15 today.

Town Hall Meeting Today
Teachers: this is a reminder that today is Cawthra Student Council's town hall.  Please select one student from your period C or D class as a representative at the meeting.  An announcement will be made at the time of the town hall session calling down all representatives.

Senior girls basketball team wins!
Yesterday, our Girls basketball team played Glenforest in a matchup of two teams with a 3 and 2 record. Cawthra played very tough defense and out-rebounded their opponent on their way to a 38-20 win! Congratulations on a  solid game girls!

Senior Girls Volleyball Try-outs
Attention!! Senior Girls Volleyball try-outs are Thursday, October 27th at 7am SHARP!!!! If you cannot make the tryout please come speak to Miss Laviola in Room 201 right away.

Spooky Story Bonfire
Spooky Story Bonfire. Come to the library in C and D on Oct 31st and get scared. Students and teachers will sit together in a mock bonfire and read scary stories. Classes have first dibs for participation. Drop by the library if you want to sign up to read.

We Scare Hunger!
We Scare Hunger continues!  Come visit us in the cafe all week during lunch C and D and bring us those non-perishable food items!.  For every 5 items you donate, you'll receive a ballot to be entered into a draw for one of two prizes.  All proceeds will go to the Mississauga Food Bank.

​United Way Campaign!!
In your homeforms you will receive a pledge form to donate to the United Way.  Any donation, no matter how small is very much appreciated, and all proceeds go towards helping less fortunate people in our very own communities!  The deadline is this Friday October 28th, and there will be a prize to the homeform with the highest donation!
Thank-you so much for supporting this Great Cause!

CIMC/CSMC sign-up
Registration for the Canadian Intermediate and Senior Math Contests on November 23 is due by November 4. A $10 fee applies. Sign up with any math teacher.

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

Black History Month Assembly auditions
Hey Cawthra!  Are you interested in performing in this year's black history month concert? We are looking for hip hop dancers, singers, spoken word pieces and much more. If you would like to participate in this year's assembly, please sign up for an audition spot on Cawthra Student Council's Facebook page or see Ms. Riley for more details.

Representatives for Town Hall Meeting
This is a reminder for all teachers to please choose one student representative from their period C or D class for the Town Hall Meeting this Wednesday in the library.  Thank you!

Swim Team Meeting
There will be a mandatory meeting for all swim team members Period C lunch on Wednesday, Oct 26 in Room 207. If you do not have a period C lunch, please come after school to the social science office.

Swim team Mandatory Meeting
There will be a mandatory meeting for all swim team members Period C lunch on Wednesday, Oct 26 in Room 207. If you do not have a period C lunch, please come after school to the social science office.

Photography Club
If you like taking pictures and having fun, come on out to photography club. We’ll be ready with themed games and photography assignments every week. Join us, Wednesdays after school in room 100.

Spirit Wear is here!
Hey Cawthra! Spirit wear is here! There will be order forms for hoodies, crewnecks, sweaters, and sweatpants. Spirit wear will be sold in the caf over the next two weeks during both period C and D lunch. Remember, cheques ONLY.

Collage Concert in the CAF
Collage is coming to us on Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the cafeteria! This is a café/cabaret performance put on by our music students. Get tickets from a performer or come visit the Music office. Tickets will be available starting Monday, October 31st. Come support your musicians!

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OCT 25.2016 - This is a Week B

CIMC/CSMC sign-up
Registration for the Canadian Intermediate and Senior Math Contests on November 23 is due by November 4. A $10 fee applies. Sign up with any math teacher.

Girls Basketball Game today!
Today, our girls basketball team will be taking on Glenforest in a home game after school. Come down to the gym and cheer on our Panthers today at 3:30!

Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear is being sold this week and next week. If you would like Cawthra track pants, a hoodie, or crewneck, just stop by the caf and pick up a form. All forms are due back by Friday Nov.4 at the latest! Spirit wear will not be sold second semester, so pick yours up now.

Black History Month Assembly auditions
Hey Cawthra!  Are you interested in performing in this year's black history month concert? We are looking for hip hop dancers, singers, spoken word pieces and much more. If you would like to participate in this year's assembly, please sign up for an audition spot on Cawthra Student Council's Facebook page or see Ms. Riley for more details.

Representatives for Town Hall Meeting
This is a reminder for all teachers to please choose one student representative from their period C or D class for the Town Hall Meeting this Wednesday in the library.  Thank you!

Swim Team Meeting
There will be a mandatory meeting for all swim team members Period C lunch on Wednesday, Oct 26 in Room 207. If you do not have a period C lunch, please come after school to the social science office.

Swim team Mandatory Meeting
There will be a mandatory meeting for all swim team members Period C lunch on Wednesday, Oct 26 in Room 207. If you do not have a period C lunch, please come after school to the social science office.

Grad Photos
Attention Grads!
Please make sure you sign up to schedule your Grad Photos on Monday October 24th and Tuesday October 25th, in the front foyer, from 10am to 2pm.  Again, this is to schedule your photo sitting time which will take place the first week in November.

Photography Club
If you like taking pictures and having fun, come on out to photography club. We’ll be ready with themed games and photography assignments every week. Join us, Wednesdays after school in room 100.

Spirit Wear is here!
Hey Cawthra! Spirit wear is here! There will be order forms for hoodies, crewnecks, sweaters, and sweatpants. Spirit wear will be sold in the caf over the next two weeks during both period C and D lunch. Remember, cheques ONLY.

Girls Hockey Team Try-outs
This announcement is for all girls who would like to try out for  the Cawthra's Girls Hockey Team. Try-outs will be held at 6:45 in the morning on October 26th at the Cawthra Arena, also known as the Carmen Corbasson Community Centre. All students must attend the try-out to qualify for the team.

Collage Concert in the CAF
Collage is coming to us on Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the cafeteria! This is a café/cabaret performance put on by our music students. Get tickets from a performer or come visit the Music office. Tickets will be available starting Monday, October 31st. Come support your musicians!

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​​OCT 21.2016 - This is a Week A

OPEN HOUSE: Oct 26th. Grade 12 Volunteers needed as tour guides.  Come to a mandatory meeting Monday Oct 24th. Period C or D in room 104. See Ms. Tiller for details.
Cawthra Open House is next week on Wednesday October 26th. There are over 1500 parents and students who will come to our open house evening that night! We are looking for Grade 12 volunteers to be tour guides throughout the school. if you are in Grade 12 and want to volunteer you MUST attend a mandatory meeting on Monday Oct 24th during either Period C or D lunch in room 104. See Ms Tiller for details.

Grad Photos
Attention Grads!
Please make sure you sign up to schedule your Grad Photos on Monday October 24th and Tuesday October 25th, in the front foyer, from 10am to 2pm.  Again, this is to schedule your photo sitting time which will take place the first week in November.

Photography Club
If you like taking pictures and having fun, come on out to photography club. We’ll be ready with themed games and photography assignments every week. Join us, Wednesdays after school in room 100.

Spirit Wear is here!
Hey Cawthra! Spirit wear is here! There will be order forms for hoodies, crewnecks, sweaters, and sweatpants. Spirit wear will be sold in the caf over the next two weeks during both period C and D lunch. Remember, cheques ONLY.

Girls Hockey Team Try-outs
This announcement is for all girls who would like to try out for  the Cawthra's Girls Hockey Team. Try-outs will be held at 6:45 in the morning on October 26th at the Cawthra Arena, also known as the Carmen Corbasson Community Centre. All students must attend the try-out to qualify for the team.

Collage Concert in the CAF
Collage is coming to us on Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the cafeteria! This is a café/cabaret performance put on by our music students. Get tickets from a performer or come visit the Music office. Tickets will be available starting Monday, October 31st. Come support your musicians!

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​OCT 20.2016 - This is a Week A

OSSLT OCT 20
Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT testing day. The school will be closed to students who are NOT writing the test. There will be no access to lockers or halls while tests are on-going. Anyone not currently sitting the test will have to wait in the caf and use the washrooms nearest the caf.
OSSLT - NO SCHOOL FOR OTHERS
Thursday Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT. The school will be closed for all students who are NOT writing the test. The writer's list with times and room numbers is posted on the yellow wall across from the Student Counter. There will be NO access to lockers between 8:30am-3:00pm on Thursday. Anyone in the school will be sequestered to the caf with access to the caf washrooms only.

Girls Basketball wins!
Yesterday, the girls basketball team travelled to Mentor college. After shutting them out in the first quarter, Cawthra went on to roll to a 33-12 victory. Their next game is tomorrow at John Cabot.
 
OPEN HOUSE: Oct 26th. Grade 12 Volunteers needed as tour guides.  Come to a mandatory meeting Monday Oct 24th. Period C or D in room 104. See Ms. Tiller for details. 
Cawthra Open House is next week on Wednesday October 26th. There are over 1500 parents and students who will come to our open house evening that night! We are looking for Grade 12 volunteers to be tour guides throughout the school. if you are in Grade 12 and want to volunteer you MUST attend a mandatory meeting on Monday Oct 24th during either Period C or D lunch in room 104. See Ms Tiller for details. 
 
Grad Photos
Attention Grads!
Please make sure you sign up to schedule your Grad Photos on Monday October 24th and Tuesday October 25th, in the front foyer, from 10am to 2pm.  Again, this is to schedule your photo sitting time which will take place the first week in November. 

Sears Needs Designers.  Check announcements for details. email your name to stacey.tiller@peelsb.com
The Sears Festival is looking for designers!!! There will be four plays that need a costume designer, set designer, Hair and Makeup designer, a props head and Lights and Sound designers. To be a designer you need to attend a Saturday workshop on Oct 29 and be available for rehearsals December - March. Please send Ms Tiller an email by Thursday if you are interested. 
 
Photography Club
If you like taking pictures and having fun, come on out to photography club. We’ll be ready with themed games and photography assignments every week. Join us, Wednesdays after school in room 100. 

Spirit Wear is here!
Hey Cawthra! Spirit wear is here! There will be order forms for hoodies, crewnecks, sweaters, and sweatpants. Spirit wear will be sold in the caf over the next two weeks during both period C and D lunch. Remember, cheques ONLY. 

Girls Hockey Team Try-outs
This announcement is for all girls who would like to try out for  the Cawthra's Girls Hockey Team. Try-outs will be held at 6:45 in the morning on October 26th at the Cawthra Arena, also known as the Carmen Corbasson Community Centre. All students must attend the try-out to qualify for the team.

Collage Concert in the CAF
Collage is coming to us on Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the cafeteria! This is a café/cabaret performance put on by our music students. Get tickets from a performer or come visit the Music office. Tickets will be available starting Monday, October 31st. Come support your musicians!

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​OCT 19.2016 - This is a Week A

Girls Basketball wins!
Yesterday, the girls basketball team travelled to Mentor college. After shutting them out in the first quarter, Cawthra went on to roll to a 33-12 victory. Their next game is tomorrow at John Cabot.

 
OPEN HOUSE: Oct 26th. Grade 12 Volunteers needed as tour guides.  Come to a mandatory meeting Monday Oct 24th. Period C or D in room 104. See Ms. Tiller for details.
Cawthra Open House is next week on Wednesday October 26th. There are over 1500 parents and students who will come to our open house evening that night! We are looking for Grade 12 volunteers to be tour guides throughout the school. if you are in Grade 12 and want to volunteer you MUST attend a mandatory meeting on Monday Oct 24th during either Period C or D lunch in room 104. See Ms Tiller for details.

 
Bus Driver Appreciation Day
Do you ride the Bus!
Wednesday October 19th is Bus Driver Appreciation Day.
Take a moment to show your appreciation and say a big thank you to your bus drivers for helping to ensure safe journeys to and from school for thousands of children every day.

 
Grad Photos
Attention Grads!
Please make sure you sign up to schedule your Grad Photos on Monday October 24th and Tuesday October 25th, in the front foyer, from 10am to 2pm.  Again, this is to schedule your photo sitting time which will take place the first week in November.

 
Sears Needs Designers.  Check announcements for details. email your name to stacey.tiller@peelsb.com
The Sears Festival is looking for designers!!! There will be four plays that need a costume designer, set designer, Hair and Makeup designer, a props head and Lights and Sound designers. To be a designer you need to attend a Saturday workshop on Oct 29 and be available for rehearsals December - March. Please send Ms Tiller an email by Thursday if you are interested.

 
Photography Club
If you like taking pictures and having fun, come on out to photography club. We’ll be ready with themed games and photography assignments every week. Join us, Wednesdays after school in room 100.

 
Spirit Wear is here!
Hey Cawthra! Spirit wear is here! There will be order forms for hoodies, crewnecks, sweaters, and sweatpants. Spirit wear will be sold in the caf over the next two weeks during both period C and D lunch. Remember, cheques ONLY.

 
Girls Hockey Team Try-outs
This announcement is for all girls who would like to try out for  the Cawthra's Girls Hockey Team. Try-outs will be held at 6:45 in the morning on October 26th at the Cawthra Arena, also known as the Carmen Corbasson Community Centre. All students must attend the try-out to qualify for the team.

 
Collage Concert in the CAF
Collage is coming to us on Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the cafeteria! This is a café/cabaret performance put on by our music students. Get tickets from a performer or come visit the Music office. Tickets will be available starting Monday, October 31st. Come support your musicians!

 
OSSLT - NO SCHOOL FOR OTHERS
Thursday Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT. The school will be closed for all students who are NOT writing the test. The writer's list with times and room numbers is posted on the yellow wall across from the Student Counter. There will be NO access to lockers between 8:30am-3:00pm on Thursday. Anyone in the school will be sequestered to the caf with access to the caf washrooms only.

 
Musical Crew members: Advance ticket orders and Tshirt orders are due  WED Oct 19 in the aud. Check your email.
A crews for the musical have been made. Thank you for everyone who came out. If we were unable to place you on a crew we encourage you to stay tuned for the Sears Festival crews and Spring Play crews in the new year. IF you ARE on a crew, check your email every day as there is important info you need! All crew t-shirt order forms and advance ticket orders are due next wednesday oct 19th. Bring forms and money to the auditorium. See Ms. Tiller with questions.

 
OSSLT Writers LIst Posted
The room and time lists for the OSSLT are posted on the yellow wall across from the student counter. Speak to Ms. Hickey in the library if your name is missing or you are on the list and shouldn't be.

 
OSSLT OCT 20
Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT testing day. The school will be closed to students who are NOT writing the test. There will be no access to lockers or halls while tests are on-going. Anyone not currently sitting the test will have to wait in the caf and use the washrooms nearest the caf.

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

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OCT 18.2016 - This is a Week A

Photography Club
If you like taking pictures and having fun, come on out to photography club. We’ll be ready with themed games and photography assignments every week. Join us, Wednesdays after school in room 100.

 
Spirit Wear is here!
Hey Cawthra! Spirit wear is here! There will be order forms for hoodies, crewnecks, sweaters, and sweatpants. Spirit wear will be sold in the caf over the next two weeks during both period C and D lunch. Remember, cheques ONL​Y.

 
Girls Hockey Team Try-outs
This announcement is for all girls who would like to try out for  the Cawthra's Girls Hockey Team. Try-outs will be held at 6:45 in the morning on October 26th at the Cawthra Arena, also known as the Carmen Corbasson Community Centre. All students must attend the try-out to qualify for the team.

 
Collage Concert in the CAF
Collage is coming to us on Thursday, November 3rd at 7 pm in the cafeteria! This is a café/cabaret performance put on by our music students. Get tickets from a performer or come visit the Music office. Tickets will be available starting Monday, October 31st. Come support your musicians!

 
OSSLT - NO SCHOOL FOR OTHERS
Thursday Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT. The school will be closed for all students who are NOT writing the test. The writer's list with times and room numbers is posted on the yellow wall across from the Student Counter. There will be NO access to lockers between 8:30am-3:00pm on Thursday. Anyone in the school will be sequestered to the caf with access to the caf washrooms only.

 
Waste Audit and recycling
It's Waste Reduction Week, Cawthra!  In preparation for our school-wide waste audit tomorrow, we need to pick up recycling one more time!  Please put your recycling bins outside your classroom or office right now - no matter how empty they are!  We need every bin to get an accurate view of what Cawthra recycles in one day.  If you would like to volunteer to help with the waste audit, please contact Ms. Fitzpatrick in Science.

 
Musical Crew members: Advance ticket orders and Tshirt orders are due  WED Oct 19 in the aud. Check your email.
A crews for the musical have been made. Thank you for everyone who came out. If we were unable to place you on a crew we encourage you to stay tuned for the Sears Festival crews and Spring Play crews in the new year. IF you ARE on a crew, check your email every day as there is important info you need! All crew t-shirt order forms and advance ticket orders are due next wednesday oct 19th. Bring forms and money to the auditorium. See Ms. Tiller with questions.

 
OSSLT Writers LIst Posted
The room and time lists for the OSSLT are posted on the yellow wall across from the student counter. Speak to Ms. Hickey in the library if your name is missing or you are on the list and shouldn't be.

 
OSSLT OCT 20
Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT testing day. The school will be closed to students who are NOT writing the test. There will be no access to lockers or halls while tests are on-going. Anyone not currently sitting the test will have to wait in the caf and use the washrooms nearest the caf.

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

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OCT 17.2016 - This is a Week A

OSSLT - NO SCHOOL FOR OTHERS
Thursday Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT. The school will be closed for all students who are NOT writing the test. The writer's list with times and room numbers is posted on the yellow wall across from the Student Counter. There will be NO access to lockers between 8:30am-3:00pm on Thursday. Anyone in the school will be sequestered to the caf with access to the caf washrooms only.

 
Sears proposal teams and reading panel. Meeting Mon Room 104 at 3:10
Attention all Sears proposal teams and all Sears Reading panel members. You need to attend a mandatory meeting today in room 104 right after school for 10 minutes. Please ensure that both members of your proposal and all reading panel members plan to attend today's meeting.

 
Recycling and Waste Audit
It's Waste Reduction Week!  In preparation for our school-wide waste audit this week, we need to clear out the recycling bins.  Please put your recycling bins outside your classroom or office right now - no matter how empty they are!  We need them completely empty so we can examine one day in the life of Cawthra's trash.  Thanks!

 
Me to We - Oct 19th
Students attending Me to We this Wednesday please come to 207 after school on Monday for a brief meeting to go over final details of the Me to We event.

 
Varsity Boys Basketball Tryout 2016
The first tryout for those interested in trying out for the Varsity Boys Basketball team will be on Friday October 21st at 3:15 pm in Gym A/B. For those individuals who are interested, please sign up on the sign-up sheet on the bulletin board outside the Boys P.E. Office.

 
Musical Crew members: Advance ticket orders and Tshirt orders are due  WED Oct 19 in the aud. Check your email.
A crews for the musical have been made. Thank you for everyone who came out. If we were unable to place you on a crew we encourage you to stay tuned for the Sears Festival crews and Spring Play crews in the new year. IF you ARE on a crew, check your email every day as there is important info you need! All crew t-shirt order forms and advance ticket orders are due next wednesday oct 19th. Bring forms and money to the auditorium. See Ms. Tiller with questions.

 
Deca Club
DECA categories posted by Math Office. Meeting on Monday after school rm 303.

 
OSSLT Writers LIst Posted
The room and time lists for the OSSLT are posted on the yellow wall across from the student counter. Speak to Ms. Hickey in the library if your name is missing or you are on the list and shouldn't be.

 
Training Session for students rewriting the OSSLT
Students who are rewriting the OSSLT are invited to make an appointment with Ms. Hickey in the library to review their test. The focus of the session will be on the questions answered incorrectly. Drop by for some quick tips before Oct 19th.

 
OSSLT OCT 20
Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT testing day. The school will be closed to students who are NOT writing the test. There will be no access to lockers or halls while tests are on-going. Anyone not currently sitting the test will have to wait in the caf and use the washrooms nearest the caf.

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

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​OCT 14.2016 - This is a Week B

Deca Club
DECA categories posted by Math Office. Meeting on Monday after school rm 303.

 
OSSLT Writers LIst Posted
The room and time lists for the OSSLT are posted on the yellow wall across from the student counter. Speak to Ms. Hickey in the library if your name is missing or you are on the list and shouldn't be.

 
Recycling today!
IT's Flip you Bin Friday!  Please put your recycling bin outside your classroom door now for pick up!

 
Training Session for students rewriting the OSSLT
Students who are rewriting the OSSLT are invited to make an appointment with Ms. Hickey in the library to review their test. The focus of the session will be on the questions answered incorrectly. Drop by for some quick tips before Oct 19th.

 
Take Our Kids to Work
Attention ALL Grade 9 students.  Take Our Kids to Work is November 2nd!! Don't forget to submit your Take Our Kids to Work permission forms to your Period A Teacher by October 17th.  Additional permission forms can be found on Ms. Francis' teacherweb.

 
LEAP
Today’s fact of the day: Inventions credited to First Nations include the canoe and kayak, darts, lacrosse (forerunner to hockey) petroleum jelly, cough syrup
LEAP
Today’s fact of the day: Canada’s indigenous population is currently the fasting growing demographic in Canadian society.

 
OSSLT OCT 20
Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT testing day. The school will be closed to students who are NOT writing the test. There will be no access to lockers or halls while tests are on-going. Anyone not currently sitting the test will have to wait in the caf and use the washrooms nearest the caf.

 
OSSLT Makeup Session
This is a message for all students scheduled to write the OSSLT on Oct 20. A makeup OSSLT Training Session will be held on Oct 13, or Oct 17 in period B, for anyone who missed OSSLT training in period B. Please sign up at the circulation desk as there are only 28 spots per day.  

 
OSSLT Training for accommodated students
This is an important announcement for students entitled to accommodations for the Literacy Test. There will be two workshops to prepare you for the Oct 20 Online Test on Oct 13 and 17 in period A. Attendance is mandatory.

 
Visual Arts Club
The VAC, Visual Arts Club, will meet after school Tuesdays. If you see the value in making something of your own, join us in room 111. This student-led group of supportive art lovers explore ideas and art making, and mcontribute to the presence of Visual Arts at Cawthra.
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

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OCT 13.2016 - This is a Week B

QSA
The QSA will meet today after school as usual. However, we will meet in room 113, which is not our usual. Come out and learn about LGBTQ+ History !

 
Training Session for students rewriting the OSSLT
Students who are rewriting the OSSLT are invited to make an appointment with Ms. Hickey in the library to review their test. The focus of the session will be on the questions answered incorrectly. Drop by for some quick tips before Oct 19th.

 
Take Our Kids to Work
Attention ALL Grade 9 students.  Take Our Kids to Work is November 2nd!! Don't forget to submit your Take Our Kids to Work permission forms to your Period A Teacher by October 17th.  Additional permission forms can be found on Ms. Francis' teacherweb.

 
LEAP
Today’s fact of the day: Inventions credited to First Nations include the canoe and kayak, darts, lacrosse (forerunner to hockey) petroleum jelly, cough syrup
LEAP
Today’s fact of the day: Canada’s indigenous population is currently the fasting growing demographic in Canadian society.
LEAP
This week LEAP is running an Awareness campaign to celebrate the successes and accomplishments of Canada’s Indigenous community while drawing attention to some of the adversities that many Indigenous peoples in Canada continue to face. Each morning, our travel music is from Canadian Indigenous artists. Will will also include a ‘fact of the day’ during announcements. Today’s fact is “The life expectancy of First Nation citizens is five to seven years less than other non-Aboriginal Canadians and infant mortality rates are 1.5 times higher among First Nations.”

 
OSSLT OCT 20
Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT testing day. The school will be closed to students who are NOT writing the test. There will be no access to lockers or halls while tests are on-going. Anyone not currently sitting the test will have to wait in the caf and use the washrooms nearest the caf.

 
OSSLT Makeup Session
This is a message for all students scheduled to write the OSSLT on Oct 20. A makeup OSSLT Training Session will be held on Oct 13, or Oct 17 in period B, for anyone who missed OSSLT training in period B. Please sign up at the circulation desk as there are only 28 spots per day.  

 
OSSLT Training for accommodated students
This is an important announcement for students entitled to accommodations for the Literacy Test. There will be two workshops to prepare you for the Oct 20 Online Test on Oct 13 and 17 in period A. Attendance is mandatory.

 
Visual Arts Club
The VAC, Visual Arts Club, will meet after school Tuesdays. If you see the value in making something of your own, join us in room 111. This student-led group of supportive art lovers explore ideas and art making, and mcontribute to the presence of Visual Arts at Cawthra.
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

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OCT 12.2016 - This is a Week B

​Eco Club today D
Eco club meets today. Drop by and set the course for a great year of environmental activities and stewardship. Library period D.

 
Training Session for students rewriting the OSSLT
Students who are rewriting the OSSLT are invited to make an appointment with Ms. Hickey in the library to review their test. The focus of the session will be on the questions answered incorrectly. Drop by for some quick tips before Oct 19th.

 
Girls flag football
Yesterday Cawthra's Girls flag football team was victorious beating Gordon Graydon 13-12. Two touchdowns were scored by Dia Prijono and an extra point by Sophie Beraldo. Overall it was a great team effort!

 
Take Our Kids to Work
Attention ALL Grade 9 students.  Take Our Kids to Work is November 2nd!! Don't forget to submit your Take Our Kids to Work permission forms to your Period A Teacher by October 17th.  Additional permission forms can be found on Ms. Francis' teacherweb.

 
Swim Team Tryout
Just a reminder for all those students trying out for the swim team to please sign up outside the social science door by the end of the day today for EITHER a Wednesday morning tryout or a Thursday tryout. See you in the pool!

 
LEAP
Today’s fact of the day: Canada’s indigenous population is currently the fasting growing demographic in Canadian society.
LEAP
This week LEAP is running an Awareness campaign to celebrate the successes and accomplishments of Canada’s Indigenous community while drawing attention to some of the adversities that many Indigenous peoples in Canada continue to face. Each morning, our travel music is from Canadian Indigenous artists. Will will also include a ‘fact of the day’ during announcements. Today’s fact is “The life expectancy of First Nation citizens is five to seven years less than other non-Aboriginal Canadians and infant mortality rates are 1.5 times higher among First Nations.”

 
OSSLT OCT 20
Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT testing day. The school will be closed to students who are NOT writing the test. There will be no access to lockers or halls while tests are on-going. Anyone not currently sitting the test will have to wait in the caf and use the washrooms nearest the caf.

 
OSSLT Makeup Session
This is a message for all students scheduled to write the OSSLT on Oct 20. A makeup OSSLT Training Session will be held on Oct 13, or Oct 17 in period B, for anyone who missed OSSLT training in period B. Please sign up at the circulation desk as there are only 28 spots per day.  

 
OSSLT Training for accommodated students
This is an important announcement for students entitled to accommodations for the Literacy Test. There will be two workshops to prepare you for the Oct 20 Online Test on Oct 13 and 17 in period A. Attendance is mandatory.

 
Visual Arts Club
The VAC, Visual Arts Club, will meet after school Tuesdays. If you see the value in making something of your own, join us in room 111. This student-led group of supportive art lovers explore ideas and art making, and mcontribute to the presence of Visual Arts at Cawthra.
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

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OCT 11.2016 - This is a Week B


 
Swim Team Tryout
Just a reminder for all those students trying out for the swim team to please sign up outside the social science door by the end of the day today for EITHER a Wednesday morning tryout or a Thursday tryout. See you in the pool!

 
LEAP
This week LEAP is running an Awareness campaign to celebrate the successes and accomplishments of Canada’s Indigenous community while drawing attention to some of the adversities that many Indigenous peoples in Canada continue to face. Each morning, our travel music is from Canadian Indigenous artists. Will will also include a ‘fact of the day’ during announcements. Today’s fact is “The life expectancy of First Nation citizens is five to seven years less than other non-Aboriginal Canadians and infant mortality rates are 1.5 times higher among First Nations.”

 
Cawthra Awareness Day
Students who are volunteering to  help out with LEAP's Cawthra Awareness Day are asked to meet in the career center at the start of period C on Tuesday the 11th.  

 
OSSLT OCT 20
Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT testing day. The school will be closed to students who are NOT writing the test. There will be no access to lockers or halls while tests are on-going. Anyone not currently sitting the test will have to wait in the caf and use the washrooms nearest the caf.

 
OSSLT Makeup Session
This is a message for all students scheduled to write the OSSLT on Oct 20. A makeup OSSLT Training Session will be held on Oct 13, or Oct 17 in period B, for anyone who missed OSSLT training in period B. Please sign up at the circulation desk as there are only 28 spots per day.  

 
OSSLT Training for accommodated students
This is an important announcement for students entitled to accommodations for the Literacy Test. There will be two workshops to prepare you for the Oct 20 Online Test on Oct 13 and 17 in period A. Attendance is mandatory.

 
Visual Arts Club
The VAC, Visual Arts Club, will meet after school Tuesdays. If you see the value in making something of your own, join us in room 111. This student-led group of supportive art lovers explore ideas and art making, and mcontribute to the presence of Visual Arts at Cawthra.
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

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OCT 7.2016 - This is a Week A


 
Girls Basketball team wins again!
Yesterday, our girls basketball team faced off against Port Credit.  They played disciplined offense and tough defense and won the game 42-29. Way to go girls!!

 
Cawthra Awareness Day
Students who are volunteering to  help out with LEAP's Cawthra Awareness Day are asked to meet in the career center at the start of period C on Tuesday the 11th.  

 
OSSLT OCT 20
Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT testing day. The school will be closed to students who are NOT writing the test. There will be no access to lockers or halls while tests are on-going. Anyone not currently sitting the test will have to wait in the caf and use the washrooms nearest the caf.

 
Thinking of a Career in Technology?
Any student in grade 10 or 11 interested in possibly pursuing a career in the field of technology is invited to join Ms. Watson on a field trip to the second annual Inspiring Tech Careers conference on November 14 at the Living Arts Centre. Meet and talk to representatives from many different fields of technology and enjoy a free lunch too! There are only 15 spots left. Please see Ms. Watson in the Guidance office for a permission form.

 
OSSLT Makeup Session
This is a message for all students scheduled to write the OSSLT on Oct 20. A makeup OSSLT Training Session will be held on Oct 13, or Oct 17 in period B, for anyone who missed OSSLT training in period B. Please sign up at the circulation desk as there are only 28 spots per day.  

 
OSSLT Training for accommodated students
This is an important announcement for students entitled to accommodations for the Literacy Test. There will be two workshops to prepare you for the Oct 20 Online Test on Oct 13 and 17 in period A. Attendance is mandatory.

 
Girls Hockey Team Sign-up
Any student interested in trying out for the Cawthra Park Girls Hockey Team must attend a mandatory information session this Thursday October 6th in the Career Centre at the beginning of Periods C or D.

 
LEAP
LEAP is Cawthra Park's social justice club. Come to room 207 this Thursday to learn and take action about important topics that impact our world!

 
Visual Arts Club
The VAC, Visual Arts Club, will meet after school Tuesdays. If you see the value in making something of your own, join us in room 111. This student-led group of supportive art lovers explore ideas and art making, and mcontribute to the presence of Visual Arts at Cawthra.

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

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OCT 6.2016 - This is a Week A


 
Girls Basketball team wins again!
Yesterday, our girls basketball team faced off against Port Credit.  They played disciplined offense and tough defense and won the game 42-29. Way to go girls!!

 
Cawthra Awareness Day
Students who are volunteering to  help out with LEAP's Cawthra Awareness Day are asked to meet in the career center at the start of period C on Tuesday the 11th.  

 
OSSLT OCT 20
Oct 20 is the Online OSSLT testing day. The school will be closed to students who are NOT writing the test. There will be no access to lockers or halls while tests are on-going. Anyone not currently sitting the test will have to wait in the caf and use the washrooms nearest the caf.

 
Recycling on THursday!
It's Flip your Bin Thursday!  Please place your recycling bins outside your classroom door for pick right now!  

 
Thinking of a Career in Technology?
Any student in grade 10 or 11 interested in possibly pursuing a career in the field of technology is invited to join Ms. Watson on a field trip to the second annual Inspiring Tech Careers conference on November 14 at the Living Arts Centre. Meet and talk to representatives from many different fields of technology and enjoy a free lunch too! There are only 15 spots left. Please see Ms. Watson in the Guidance office for a permission form.

 
OSSLT Makeup Session
This is a message for all students scheduled to write the OSSLT on Oct 20. A makeup OSSLT Training Session will be held on Oct 13, or Oct 17 in period B, for anyone who missed OSSLT training in period B. Please sign up at the circulation desk as there are only 28 spots per day.  

 
OSSLT Training for accommodated students
This is an important announcement for students entitled to accommodations for the Literacy Test. There will be two workshops to prepare you for the Oct 20 Online Test on Oct 13 and 17 in period A. Attendance is mandatory.

 
Girls Hockey Team Sign-up
Any student interested in trying out for the Cawthra Park Girls Hockey Team must attend a mandatory information session this Thursday October 6th in the Career Centre at the beginning of Periods C or D.

 
LEAP
LEAP is Cawthra Park's social justice club. Come to room 207 this Thursday to learn and take action about important topics that impact our world!
LEAP cabinet interviews
LEAP - interviews for cabinet positions will occur on Wednesday October 5th at 7:45 am please meet in room 207

 
Visual Arts Club
The VAC, Visual Arts Club, will meet after school Tuesdays. If you see the value in making something of your own, join us in room 111. This student-led group of supportive art lovers explore ideas and art making, and mcontribute to the presence of Visual Arts at Cawthra.
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

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OCT 3.2016 - This is a Week A


Period C Intramurals begin this Thursday!
Guidance department will be hosting co-ed intramurals beginning this Thursday, October 6th. Intramurals will run from 11:35 - 12:20 (period C) every Thursday for semester one. Join us for some fun, physical activity and games in Gym A/B. Proper gym attire is required. Any questions, please come to guidance to enquire! Look forward to seeing you Thursday!

 
LEAP
LEAP is Cawthra Park's social justice club. Come to room 207 this Thursday to learn and take action about important topics that impact our world!
LEAP cabinet interviews
LEAP - interviews for cabinet positions will occur on Wednesday October 5th at 7:45 am please meet in room 207

 
Counting On You
Grade Nine and Ten students who would like additional help in Numeracy and Literacy are asked to sign-up for the after school Counting On You program. For more information please see Mr. Prancic or Mr. Madian

 
Swim Team
If you are interested in trying out for the swim team, you MUST come to a mandatory meeting next Tuesday October 4th immediately after school in room 207.

 
Visual Arts Club
The VAC, Visual Arts Club, will meet after school Tuesdays. If you see the value in making something of your own, join us in room 111. This student-led group of supportive art lovers explore ideas and art making, and mcontribute to the presence of Visual Arts at Cawthra.

 
Be on a crew for the musical!!!  Sign up Oct 4th 3:10 lecture theatre.
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.
Musical Crews Sign up Meeting - Oct 4th, 3:10, Lecture theatre. Tiller for deets
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.

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SEP 28.2016 - This is a Week B

Counting On You
Grade Nine and Ten students who would like additional help in Numeracy and Literacy are asked to sign-up for the after school Counting On You program. For more information please see Mr. Prancic or Mr. Madian

 
Swim Team
If you are interested in trying out for the swim team, you MUST come to a mandatory meeting next Tuesday October 4th immediately after school in room 207.

 
Visual Arts Club
The VAC, Visual Arts Club, will meet after school Tuesdays. If you see the value in making something of your own, join us in room 111. This student-led group of supportive art lovers explore ideas and art making, and mcontribute to the presence of Visual Arts at Cawthra.

 
Peer Tutor Club
Are you interested in becoming a Peer Tutor? Come join our award winning club by stopping by Room 201 to get an application and referral form from Ms O Neill-Neto or Ms Mohiuddin. It is a fantastic way to mentor and give back to your school community.

 
Join the Cheesegrater!
Hey Cawthra! The Cheesegrater is looking for students writers and artists! Send us 2 pieces of writing or 2 pieces of art at cawthra.cheesegrater@gmail.com if you're interested in being a part of the school newspaper! Submissions are due by Friday this week, remember, it's cawthra.cheesegrater@gmail.com!

 
Recycling
It's "Flip your Bin Friday" !  Please place your recycling bin just outside the door of your classroom or office now for pick up during period B.  Don't forget to bring it back in after it has been emptied.  Thank you for recycling!

 
Be on a crew for the musical!!!  Sign up Oct 4th 3:10 lecture theatre.
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.
Musical Crews Sign up Meeting - Oct 4th, 3:10, Lecture theatre. Tiller for deets
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.

 
Fitness Club memebrships available now!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

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SEP 28.2016 - This is a Week B


 
Garden Club
The Gardening Club meets today! Join Cawthra's efforts to make our school grounds greener. Meet in room 311 right after school.

 
Swim Team ​​
If you are interested in trying out for the swim team, you MUST come to a mandatory meeting next Tuesday October 4th immediately after school in room 207.

 
Visual Arts Club
The VAC, Visual Arts Club, will meet after school Tuesdays. If you see the value in making something of your own, join us in room 111. This student-led group of supportive art lovers explore ideas and art making, and mcontribute to the presence of Visual Arts at Cawthra.

 
We Day
We Day is coming! This celebration of activism inspires students and raises awareness about topics of global, national and local importance. Pervious speakers include Craig Keilburger and Demi Lovato. We Day will be held on October the 19th.  If you are interested in attending We Day, please come to a very brief information session Wednesday after school in room 207.

 
Peer Tutor Club
Are you interested in becoming a Peer Tutor? Come join our award winning club by stopping by Room 201 to get an application and referral form from Ms O Neill-Neto or Ms Mohiuddin. It is a fantastic way to mentor and give back to your school community.

 
Join the Cheesegrater!
Hey Cawthra! The Cheesegrater is looking for students writers and artists! Send us 2 pieces of writing or 2 pieces of art at cawthra.cheesegrater@gmail.com if you're interested in being a part of the school newspaper! Submissions are due by Friday this week, remember, it's cawthra.cheesegrater@gmail.com!

 
Yearbook Applications - Grade 9
ATTENTION Grade 9 Yearbook Applicants! Your deadline has been extended to Wednesday, September 28. It's your chance to help Cawthra create a book of memories. Pick up an application at the student counter.

 
Scholarsh;ip Workshops
Scholarship workshops will be held for Grade 11 and 12 students next week during both Period C and D lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 28th and Thursday, Sept. 29th.  Choose a day, bring your lunch, a notebook and questions.   For location, please check the posters on the Scholarship board outside of Room 201 or in Guidance. 

 
Athletic Council
Do you enjoy organizing school activities and want to take part in school spirit days? Come join athletic council Wednesday mornings at 7:45am in room 203. Remember you do not have to be athletic to join! See you there!

 
Be on a crew for the musical!!!  Sign up Oct 4th 3:10 lecture theatre.
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.
Musical Crews Sign up Meeting - Oct 4th, 3:10, Lecture theatre. Tiller for deets
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

 
Take Out Coffee Cups and lids go in the garbage.
The Most Mistaken Recycling Item is the Coffee Cup. The coating on the inside and outside of takeout coffee cups and other take-out beverage cups makes this container non-recyclable and non-compostable within the Region of Peel. Put this item in the garbage. The lids are too small, so they get recycled too.

 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.

 
THE ONLINE LITERACY TEST
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE LITERACY TEST. This year, the OSSLT is going online. In order for the Ministry to test the system and give students opportunity to learn the new framework, grade 10 students and other eligible students, will do an ONLINE ONLY test on Oct 20. This test has an added bonus that those who pass will get results in January and will not have to write the test in March. Those who are unsuccessful will take the test in March. At Cawthra, the Oct test is mandatory for all eligible students, just as our practice test was every fall. Training will be provided before Oct 20.

 
Fitness Club memebrships available now!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

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SEP 27.2016 - This is a Week B


 
Visual Arts Club
The VAC, Visual Arts Club, will meet after school Tuesdays. If you see the value in making something of your own, join us in room 111. This student-led group of supportive art lovers explore ideas and art making, and mcontribute to the presence of Visual Arts at Cawthra.

 
We Day
We Day is coming! This celebration of activism inspires students and raises awareness about topics of global, national and local importance. Pervious speakers include Craig Keilburger and Demi Lovato. We Day will be held on October the 19th.  If you are interested in attending We Day, please come to a very brief information session Wednesday after school in room 207.

 
Peer Tutor Club
Are you interested in becoming a Peer Tutor? Come join our award winning club by stopping by Room 201 to get an application and referral form from Ms O Neill-Neto or Ms Mohiuddin. It is a fantastic way to mentor and give back to your school community.

 
Erinoaks Kids Volunteer Opportunities
Erinoaks Kids and DramaWay are offering excellent volunteer opportunities to work with kids that have special needs. Please attend a meeting on Tuesday in room 104 for the first 20 mins. of period C or D lunch.

 
Join the Cheesegrater!
Hey Cawthra! The Cheesegrater is looking for students writers and artists! Send us 2 pieces of writing or 2 pieces of art at cawthra.cheesegrater@gmail.com if you're interested in being a part of the school newspaper! Submissions are due by Friday this week, remember, it's cawthra.cheesegrater@gmail.com!

 
Yearbook Applications - Grade 9
ATTENTION Grade 9 Yearbook Applicants! Your deadline has been extended to Wednesday, September 28. It's your chance to help Cawthra create a book of memories. Pick up an application at the student counter.

 
Scholarship Workshops
Scholarship workshops will be held for Grade 11 and 12 students next week during both Period C and D lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 28th and Thursday, Sept. 29th.  Choose a day, bring your lunch, a notebook and questions.   For location, please check the posters on the Scholarship board outside of Room 201 or in Guidance. 

 
Athletic Council
Do you enjoy organizing school activities and want to take part in school spirit days? Come join athletic council Wednesday mornings at 7:45am in room 203. Remember you do not have to be athletic to join! See you there!

 
Be on a crew for the musical!!!  Sign up Oct 4th 3:10 lecture theatre.
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.
Musical Crews Sign up Meeting - Oct 4th, 3:10, Lecture theatre. Tiller for deets
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

 
Take Out Coffee Cups and lids go in the garbage.
The Most Mistaken Recycling Item is the Coffee Cup. The coating on the inside and outside of takeout coffee cups and other take-out beverage cups makes this container non-recyclable and non-compostable within the Region of Peel. Put this item in the garbage. The lids are too small, so they get recycled too.

 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.

 
THE ONLINE LITERACY TEST
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE LITERACY TEST. This year, the OSSLT is going online. In order for the Ministry to test the system and give students opportunity to learn the new framework, grade 10 students and other eligible students, will do an ONLINE ONLY test on Oct 20. This test has an added bonus that those who pass will get results in January and will not have to write the test in March. Those who are unsuccessful will take the test in March. At Cawthra, the Oct test is mandatory for all eligible students, just as our practice test was every fall. Training will be provided before Oct 20.

 
Fitness Club memebrships available now!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

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SEP 26.2016 - This is a Week B


 
Join the Cheesegrater!
Hey Cawthra! The Cheesegrater is looking for students writers and artists! Send us 2 pieces of writing or 2 pieces of art at cawthra.cheesegrater@gmail.com if you're interested in being a part of the school newspaper! Submissions are due by Friday this week, remember, it's cawthra.cheesegrater@gmail.com!

 
Yearbook Applications - Grade 9
ATTENTION Grade 9 Yearbook Applicants! Your deadline has been extended to Wednesday, September 28. It's your chance to help Cawthra create a book of memories. Pick up an application at the student counter.

 
Scholarship Workshops
Scholarship workshops will be held for Grade 11 and 12 students next week during both Period C and D lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 28th and Thursday, Sept. 29th.  Choose a day, bring your lunch, a notebook and questions.   For location, please check the posters on the Scholarship board outside of Room 201 or in Guidance. 

 
Athletic Council
Do you enjoy organizing school activities and want to take part in school spirit days? Come join athletic council Wednesday mornings at 7:45am in room 203. Remember you do not have to be athletic to join! See you there!

 
Be on a crew for the musical!!!  Sign up Oct 4th 3:10 lecture theatre.
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.
Musical Crews Sign up Meeting - Oct 4th, 3:10, Lecture theatre. Tiller for deets
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

 
Take Out Coffee Cups and lids go in the garbage.
The Most Mistaken Recycling Item is the Coffee Cup. The coating on the inside and outside of takeout coffee cups and other take-out beverage cups makes this container non-recyclable and non-compostable within the Region of Peel. Put this item in the garbage. The lids are too small, so they get recycled too.

 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.

 
THE ONLINE LITERACY TEST
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE LITERACY TEST. This year, the OSSLT is going online. In order for the Ministry to test the system and give students opportunity to learn the new framework, grade 10 students and other eligible students, will do an ONLINE ONLY test on Oct 20. This test has an added bonus that those who pass will get results in January and will not have to write the test in March. Those who are unsuccessful will take the test in March. At Cawthra, the Oct test is mandatory for all eligible students, just as our practice test was every fall. Training will be provided before Oct 20.

 
Watercolour Club
For all aspiring artists: The Watercolour Club will have its first meeting in room 109 on September 26 at 3:10.  This will be a planning meeting.  Former members bring your paint boxes from last year!

 
Fitness Club memebrships available now!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

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SEP 23.2016 - This is a Week A


 
Yearbook Applications - Grade 9
ATTENTION Grade 9 Yearbook Applicants! Your deadline has been extended to Wednesday, September 28. It's your chance to help Cawthra create a book of memories. Pick up an application at the student counter.

 
Recylcing today!
IIt's "Flip your Bin Friday" once again!  That's right, Cawthra!  It is time to empty those overflowing recycling bins.  Please place your recycling bin just outside the door of your classroom or office now for pick up during period B.  Don't forget to bring it back in after it has been emptied.  Thank you for recycling!

 
Smoke's Poutinerie Food Truck
Smoke's Poutinerie Food Truck will be joining us this Friday for the Terry Fox Run.  Come out to the back parking plot and try some of the best poutine in town!  Please remember to bring CASH ONLY to purchase your lunch from the truck!

 
SHOUT Henna booth during Terry Fox Run.
Hey Cawthra! SHOUT will be offering henna during both lunch periods during the Terry Fox run this Friday. Make sure that you bring your change to get an awesome henna tatoo. All proceeds will go towards the Terry Fox Foundation. SHOUT members will be located outside the cafeteria in the courtyard. So come on out and support a worthy cause.

 
Scholarship Workshops
Scholarship workshops will be held for Grade 11 and 12 students next week during both Period C and D lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 28th and Thursday, Sept. 29th.  Choose a day, bring your lunch, a notebook and questions.   For location, please check the posters on the Scholarship board outside of Room 201 or in Guidance. 

 
Athletic Council
Do you enjoy organizing school activities and want to take part in school spirit days? Come join athletic council Wednesday mornings at 7:45am in room 203. Remember you do not have to be athletic to join! See you there!

 
Be on a crew for the musical!!!  Sign up Oct 4th 3:10 lecture theatre.
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.
Musical Crews Sign up Meeting - Oct 4th, 3:10, Lecture theatre. Tiller for deets
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
Cawthra Student Council Events
Cawthra Student Council fundraising activities for cancer this week:
Mon: Less Hairy for Terry
Tues: Raffle
Wed: Photo Booth
Thurs: Open Mic
Fri: Smoke's Poutinerie in the back parking lot

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

 
Take Out Coffee Cups and lids go in the garbage.
The Most Mistaken Recycling Item is the Coffee Cup. The coating on the inside and outside of takeout coffee cups and other take-out beverage cups makes this container non-recyclable and non-compostable within the Region of Peel. Put this item in the garbage. The lids are too small, so they get recycled too.

 
Acting, Directing and Playwriting workshops!!! Sept 24th. See Ms Tiller to sign up ASAP!
Attention all writers, directors and actors!!! Are you interested in submitting a play for the Sears Festival this year? Get a leg up on your competition and attend incredible workshops in playwriting, directing and acting on September 24th and October 1st. The workshops are only $5 and $10!! See the poster outside of room 102 for details. See Ms. Tiller in Drama ASAP to sign up!!

 
Ontario University Fair
The Ontario University Fair is being held on September 23rd – 25th at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto.  All Ontario universities will be present with representatives from all faculties.  Admission is free but pre-registration is recommended.  Check the University/College bulletin board across from Room 201 for details.
Also, if you are in grade 12 and planning on attending a Canadian University in the fall of 2017, you should be checking the Scholarship Bulletin Board for upcoming application dates.  Stay tuned for scholarship workshops that will be held at the end of September. 
 
Boomerang Lunches
Boomerang Lunches. Bring yours today and everyday. We are aiming for a Eco Schools Platinum Standard and need your help, so bring a litterless lunch in reusable containers and then take all your food scraps home for composting. Your efforts will help reduce landfills in your own community. We will check success and award prizes when you least expect it.

 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.

 
THE ONLINE LITERACY TEST
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE LITERACY TEST. This year, the OSSLT is going online. In order for the Ministry to test the system and give students opportunity to learn the new framework, grade 10 students and other eligible students, will do an ONLINE ONLY test on Oct 20. This test has an added bonus that those who pass will get results in January and will not have to write the test in March. Those who are unsuccessful will take the test in March. At Cawthra, the Oct test is mandatory for all eligible students, just as our practice test was every fall. Training will be provided before Oct 20.

 
Terry Fox Run
Hey Cawthra!  Coming up we have our annual Terry Fox Run from the 19th to the 23rd.  From Monday to Thursday, join us in the caf during periods C and D for events such as "Less Hairy for Terry", raffles, an open mic and more!  On the Friday we will have our run, so make sure you come prepared with your reusable water bottles.  See you there!

 
Watercolour Club
For all aspiring artists: The Watercolour Club will have its first meeting in room 109 on September 26 at 3:10.  This will be a planning meeting.  Former members bring your paint boxes from last year!

 
Fitness Club memebrships available now!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.

 
Guys and Dolls (Fall Musical) - Looking for CREW HEADS.  Sign up outside room 102
The Fall musical GUYS AND DOLLS will be looking for crew members in early October. Before that meeting happens we are inviting anyone who would like to be a CREW HEAD to sign up for an interview spot on the board outside of 102. If you would like to be considered as a crew head, you must have been on that particular crew before. Students in Grade 10 - 12 may apply. The sign up for general crew members will be in early October - stay tuned. Please see Ms. Tiller for details

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issue​s of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

-------------------------------------------------------------​

SEP 22.2016 - This is a Week A


 
Smoke's Poutinerie Food Truck
Smoke's Poutinerie Food Truck will be joining us this Friday for the Terry Fox Run.  Come out to the back parking plot and try some of the best poutine in town!  Please remember to bring CASH ONLY to purchase your lunch from the truck!

 
SHOUT Henna booth during Terry Fox Run.
Hey Cawthra! SHOUT will be offering henna during both lunch periods during the Terry Fox run this Friday. Make sure that you bring your change to get an awesome henna tatoo. All proceeds will go towards the Terry Fox Foundation. SHOUT members will be located outside the cafeteria in the courtyard. So come on out and support a worthy cause.

 
Scholarship Workshops
Scholarship workshops will be held for Grade 11 and 12 students next week during both Period C and D lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 28th and Thursday, Sept. 29th.  Choose a day, bring your lunch, a notebook and questions.   For location, please check the posters on the Scholarship board outside of Room 201 or in Guidance. 

 
Athletic Council
Do you enjoy organizing school activities and want to take part in school spirit days? Come join athletic council Wednesday mornings at 7:45am in room 203. Remember you do not have to be athletic to join! See you there!

 
Be on a crew for the musical!!!  Sign up Oct 4th 3:10 lecture theatre.
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.
Musical Crews Sign up Meeting - Oct 4th, 3:10, Lecture theatre. Tiller for deets
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
MADD Canada film shoot coming to cawthra and they need 35 extras from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Thursday 3:10 room 104
Do you want to be an extra in an upcoming MADD Canada Film? They are looking for 35 extras from diverse ethnic backgrounds to be involved in filming on October 15 and 16 here at Cawthra. If you are intersted, please come to a brief meeting Thursday after school in room 104. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
SHOUT Club Recruitment
Hey Cawthra, do you want to make a difference to your community? Help those in need? Come on out and join SHOUT (Students Helping OUT)! We support various charities by participating in major school events by planning fundraising activities. We meet every Thursday at lunch during Period C in Rm. 203, and Period D in Rm. 205. Our first meeting will take place this Thursday. See you there!

 
Cawthra Student Council Events
Cawthra Student Council fundraising activities for cancer this week:
Mon: Less Hairy for Terry
Tues: Raffle
Wed: Photo Booth
Thurs: Open Mic
Fri: Smoke's Poutinerie in the back parking lot

 
Yearbook Applications
Friendly reminder that yearbook applications are due on Tuesday, September 20 for grades 10-12 and Thursday, September 22 for grade 9.  Slip your application under the yearbook door.

 
Lifeguards needed
The Phys. Ed. department is looking for anyone who is a lifeguard with a period B spare. If you have your NLS and do not have a class during B, please come and see Mr. Palias in boys Phys. Ed.

 
LEAP
Are you worried about the world?! Do you want to make a change or help your community? Then come to LEAP's biweekly meeting, Thursdays after school! See you in room 207 this week for balloons and good times!"
"If you are looking to be a student leader, come to LEAP after school this Thursday in room 207 for information to apply to be an executive member! We will be having a general meeting this week so come by, regardless! If you are unable to make it after school, please find Ms. Cossette for the application form."

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.
Acting, Directing and Playwriting workshops!!! Sept 24th. See Ms Tiller to sign up ASAP!
Attention all writers, directors and actors!!! Are you interested in submitting a play for the Sears Festival this year? Get a leg up on your competition and attend incredible workshops in playwriting, directing and acting on September 24th and October 1st. The workshops are only $5 and $10!! See the poster outside of room 102 for details. See Ms. Tiller in Drama ASAP to sign up!!

 
Ontario University Fair
The Ontario University Fair is being held on September 23rd – 25th at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto.  All Ontario universities will be present with representatives from all faculties.  Admission is free but pre-registration is recommended.  Check the University/College bulletin board across from Room 201 for details.
Also, if you are in grade 12 and planning on attending a Canadian University in the fall of 2017, you should be checking the Scholarship Bulletin Board for upcoming application dates.  Stay tuned for scholarship workshops that will be held at the end of September. 
 
Boomerang Lunches
Boomerang Lunches. Bring yours today and everyday. We are aiming for a Eco Schools Platinum Standard and need your help, so bring a litterless lunch in reusable containers and then take all your food scraps home for composting. Your efforts will help reduce landfills in your own community. We will check success and award prizes when you least expect it.

 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.
THE ONLINE LITERACY TEST
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE LITERACY TEST. This year, the OSSLT is going online. In order for the Ministry to test the system and give students opportunity to learn the new framework, grade 10 students and other eligible students, will do an ONLINE ONLY test on Oct 20. This test has an added bonus that those who pass will get results in January and will not have to write the test in March. Those who are unsuccessful will take the test in March. At Cawthra, the Oct test is mandatory for all eligible students, just as our practice test was every fall. Training will be provided before Oct 20.

 
Terry Fox Run
Hey Cawthra!  Coming up we have our annual Terry Fox Run from the 19th to the 23rd.  From Monday to Thursday, join us in the caf during periods C and D for events such as "Less Hairy for Terry", raffles, an open mic and more!  On the Friday we will have our run, so make sure you come prepared with your reusable water bottles.  See you there!

 
Watercolour Club
For all aspiring artists: The Watercolour Club will have its first meeting in room 109 on September 26 at 3:10.  This will be a planning meeting.  Former members bring your paint boxes from last year!

 
SHOUT member recruitment
Hey Cawthra, do you want to make a difference to your community? Help those in need? Come on out and join SHOUT (Students Helping OUT)! We support various charities by participating in major school events by planning fundraising activities. We meet every Thursday at lunch during Period C in Rm. 203, and Period D in Rm. 205. Our first meeting will take place on Thurs. Sept. 22nd. See you there!

 
Fitness Club memebrships available now!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.
Guys and Dolls (Fall Musical) - Looking for CREW HEADS.  Sign up outside room 102
The Fall musical GUYS AND DOLLS will be looking for crew members in early October. Before that meeting happens we are inviting anyone who would like to be a CREW HEAD to sign up for an interview spot on the board outside of 102. If you would like to be considered as a crew head, you must have been on that particular crew before. Students in Grade 10 - 12 may apply. The sign up for general crew members will be in early October - stay tuned. Please see Ms. Tiller for details

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.​

-------------------------------------------------------------​

SEP 21.2016 - This is a Week A


 
SHOUT Henna booth during Terry Fox Run.
Hey Cawthra! SHOUT will be offering henna during both lunch periods during the Terry Fox run this Friday. Make sure that you bring your change to get an awesome henna tatoo. All proceeds will go towards the Terry Fox Foundation. SHOUT members will be located outside the cafeteria in the courtyard. So come on out and support a worthy cause.

 
Scholarship Workshops
Scholarship workshops will be held for Grade 11 and 12 students next week during both Period C and D lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 28th and Thursday, Sept. 29th.  Choose a day, bring your lunch, a notebook and questions.   For location, please check the posters on the Scholarship board outside of Room 201 or in Guidance. 

 
Athletic Council
Do you enjoy organizing school activities and want to take part in school spirit days? Come join athletic council Wednesday mornings at 7:45am in room 203. Remember you do not have to be athletic to join! See you there!

 
Be on a crew for the musical!!!
Sign up Oct 4th 3:10 lecture theatre.
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.
Musical Crews Sign up Meeting - Oct 4th, 3:10, Lecture theatre. Tiller for deets
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
MADD Canada
A MADD Canada film shoot is coming to cawthra and they need 35 extras from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Thursday 3:10 room 104
Do you want to be an extra in an upcoming MADD Canada Film? They are looking for 35 extras from diverse ethnic backgrounds to be involved in filming on October 15 and 16 here at Cawthra. If you are intersted, please come to a brief meeting Thursday after school in room 104. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
SHOUT Club Recruitment
Hey Cawthra, do you want to make a difference to your community? Help those in need? Come on out and join SHOUT (Students Helping OUT)! We support various charities by participating in major school events by planning fundraising activities. We meet every Thursday at lunch during Period C in Rm. 203, and Period D in Rm. 205. Our first meeting will take place this Thursday. See you there!

 
Terry Fox Run
Terry once said, "“If you’ve given a dollar, you are part of the Marathon of Hope .” Be part of the movement Cawthra and donate today! Our Terry Fox Run is this Friday...let's continue Terry's fight for a cancer free world.

 
Cawthra Student Council Events
Cawthra Student Council fundraising activities for cancer this week:
Mon: Less Hairy for Terry
Tues: Raffle
Wed: Photo Booth
Thurs: Open Mic
Fri: Smoke's Poutinerie in the back parking lot

 
Knitting Club
Come relax and de-stress at the knitting club. Whether a newbie or pro, come create cozie items for the coming winter chill. We meet in room 113, after school on Wednesdays.

 
Yearbook Applications
Friendly reminder that yearbook applications are due on Tuesday, September 20 for grades 10-12 and Thursday, September 22 for grade 9.  Slip your application under the yearbook door.

 
Lifeguards needed
The Phys. Ed. department is looking for anyone who is a lifeguard with a period B spare. If you have your NLS and do not have a class during B, please come and see Mr. Palias in boys Phys. Ed.

 
LEAP
Are you worried about the world?! Do you want to make a change or help your community? Then come to LEAP's biweekly meeting, Thursdays after school! See you in room 207 this week for balloons and good times!"

 
"If you are looking to be a student leader, come to LEAP after school this Thursday in room 207 for information to apply to be an executive member! We will be having a general meeting this week so come by, regardless! If you are unable to make it after school, please find Ms. Cossette for the application form."

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.
Acting, Directing and Playwriting workshops!!! Sept 24th. See Ms Tiller to sign up ASAP!

 
Attention all writers, directors and actors!!!
Are you interested in submitting a play for the Sears Festival this year? Get a leg up on your competition and attend incredible workshops in playwriting, directing and acting on September 24th and October 1st. The workshops are only $5 and $10!! See the poster outside of room 102 for details. See Ms. Tiller in Drama ASAP to sign up!!

 
Ontario University Fair
The Ontario University Fair is being held on September 23rd – 25th at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto.  All Ontario universities will be present with representatives from all faculties.  Admission is free but pre-registration is recommended.  Check the University/College bulletin board across from Room 201 for details.
Also, if you are in grade 12 and planning on attending a Canadian University in the fall of 2017, you should be checking the Scholarship Bulletin Board for upcoming application dates.  Stay tuned for scholarship workshops that will be held at the end of September. 

 
Boomerang Lunches
Boomerang Lunches. Bring yours today and everyday. We are aiming for a Eco Schools Platinum Standard and need your help, so bring a litterless lunch in reusable containers and then take all your food scraps home for composting. Your efforts will help reduce landfills in your own community. We will check success and award prizes when you least expect it.

 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.

 
THE ONLINE LITERACY TEST
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE LITERACY TEST. This year, the OSSLT is going online. In order for the Ministry to test the system and give students opportunity to learn the new framework, grade 10 students and other eligible students, will do an ONLINE ONLY test on Oct 20. This test has an added bonus that those who pass will get results in January and will not have to write the test in March. Those who are unsuccessful will take the test in March. At Cawthra, the Oct test is mandatory for all eligible students, just as our practice test was every fall. Training will be provided before Oct 20.

 
Cawthra's Garden Club is back!
Calling all green thumbs and green-minded people!  Join Cawthra's new Garden Club and help make green things happen.  Our first meeting is Wednesday, September 21st afterschool in room 311.  Come prepared to get your hands dirty.  We have a tree to plant!  See Ms. Fitzpatrick's website for more information. 

 
Terry Fox Run
Hey Cawthra!  Coming up we have our annual Terry Fox Run from the 19th to the 23rd.  From Monday to Thursday, join us in the caf during periods C and D for events such as "Less Hairy for Terry", raffles, an open mic and more!  On the Friday we will have our run, so make sure you come prepared with your reusable water bottles.  See you there!

 
Watercolour Club
For all aspiring artists: The Watercolour Club will have its first meeting in room 109 on September 26 at 3:10.  This will be a planning meeting.  Former members bring your paint boxes from last year!

 
SHOUT member recruitment
Hey Cawthra, do you want to make a difference to your community? Help those in need? Come on out and join SHOUT (Students Helping OUT)! We support various charities by participating in major school events by planning fundraising activities. We meet every Thursday at lunch during Period C in Rm. 203, and Period D in Rm. 205. Our first meeting will take place on Thurs. Sept. 22nd. See you there!

 
Fitness Club memebrships available
w!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.

 
Guys and Dolls (Fall Musical) - Looking for CREW HEADS.  Sign up outside room 102
The Fall musical GUYS AND DOLLS will be looking for crew members in early October. Before that meeting happens we are inviting anyone who would like to be a CREW HEAD to sign up for an interview spot on the board outside of 102. If you would like to be considered as a crew head, you must have been on that particular crew before. Students in Grade 10 - 12 may apply. The sign up for general crew members will be in early October - stay tuned. Please see Ms. Tiller for details

 
School Council Meeting
School Council Meeting Sep 21st 7:00pm. All parents are welcome.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

-------------------------------------------------------------​

SEP 20.2016 - This is a Week A


 
Athletic Council
Do you enjoy organizing school activities and want to take part in school spirit days? Come join athletic council Wednesday mornings at 7:45am in room 203. Remember you do not have to be athletic to join! See you there!

 
Be on a crew for the musical!!!
Sign up Oct 4th 3:10 lecture theatre.
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
Musical Crews Sign up Meeting - Oct 4th, 3:10, Lecture theatre. See Ms. Tiller for details.
Be on a crew for the musical! Come to a mandatory sign up meeting on Tuesday Oct 4th in the upper lecture theatre to learn about the requirements of each crew and how to sign up. Crews include: box office, front of house, props, costumes, makeup and hair. You need to be there in person in order to be placed on a crew. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
4o hours student copy pick up
If you handed your 40 hours in just recently, you can pick up your copy in the guidance office.

 
MADD Canada film shoot coming to cawthra and they need 35 extras from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Thursday 3:10 room 104
Do you want to be an extra in an upcoming MADD Canada Film? They are looking for 35 extras from diverse ethnic backgrounds to be involved in filming on October 15 and 16 here at Cawthra. If you are intersted, please come to a brief meeting Thursday after school in room 104. See Ms. Tiller for details.

 
SHOUT Club Recruitment
Hey Cawthra, do you want to make a difference to your community? Help those in need? Come on out and join SHOUT (Students Helping OUT)! We support various charities by participating in major school events by planning fundraising activities. We meet every Thursday at lunch during Period C in Rm. 203, and Period D in Rm. 205. Our first meeting will take place this Thursday. See you there!

 
Terry Fox Run
The Terry fox Run is only 4 days away! Continue bringing donations to your homeforum class to support our fight against cancer. There will be a water refill station but be sure to bring a reusable water bottle with you. Wear weather appropriate and comfortable shoes. There will also be a snack sponsored by KELLOGS given out at the end of your walk or run. Lets have a great day Cawthra...support the cause today!!!

 
Cawthra Student Council Events
Cawthra Student Council fundraising activities for cancer this week:
Mon: Less Hairy for Terry
Tues: Raffle
Wed: Photo Booth
Thurs: Open Mic
Fri: Smoke's Poutinerie in the back parking lot

 
Knitting Club
Come relax and de-stress at the knitting club. Whether a newbie or pro, come create cozie items for the coming winter chill. We meet in room 113, after school on Wednesdays.

 
Yearbook Applications
Friendly reminder that yearbook applications are due on Tuesday, September 20 for grades 10-12 and Thursday, September 22 for grade 9.  Slip your application under the yearbook door.

 
Lifeguards needed
The Phys. Ed. department is looking for anyone who is a lifeguard with a period B spare. If you have your NLS and do not have a class during B, please come and see Mr. Palias in boys Phys. Ed.

 
LEAP
Are you worried about the world?! Do you want to make a change or help your community? Then come to LEAP's biweekly meeting, Thursdays after school! See you in room 207 this week for balloons and good times!"
"If you are looking to be a student leader, come to LEAP after school this Thursday in room 207 for information to apply to be an executive member! We will be having a general meeting this week so come by, regardless! If you are unable to make it after school, please find Ms. Cossette for the application form."

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.

 
Acting, Directing and Playwriting workshops!!!
Sept 24th. See Ms Tiller to sign up ASAP!
Attention all writers, directors and actors!!! Are you interested in submitting a play for the Sears Festival this year? Get a leg up on your competition and attend incredible workshops in playwriting, directing and acting on September 24th and October 1st. The workshops are only $5 and $10!! See the poster outside of room 102 for details. See Ms. Tiller in Drama ASAP to sign up!!

 
Ontario University Fair
The Ontario University Fair is being held on September 23rd – 25th at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto.  All Ontario universities will be present with representatives from all faculties.  Admission is free but pre-registration is recommended.  Check the University/College bulletin board across from Room 201 for details.
Also, if you are in grade 12 and planning on attending a Canadian University in the fall of 2017, you should be checking the Scholarship Bulletin Board for upcoming application dates.  Stay tuned for scholarship workshops that will be held at the end of September. 
 
Terry Fox
“I’m not a dreamer, and I’m not saying this will initiate any kind of definitive answer or cure to cancer, but I believe in miracles. I have to.” That was a quote from Terry Fox. When you’re collecting funds for our school Terry Fox Run, let’s go the distance, just like Terry did and let’s do our absolute best.

 
Boomerang Lunches
Boomerang Lunches. Bring yours today and everyday. We are aiming for a Eco Schools Platinum Standard and need your help, so bring a litterless lunch in reusable containers and then take all your food scraps home for composting. Your efforts will help reduce landfills in your own community. We will check success and award prizes when you least expect it.

 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.

 
THE ONLINE LITERACY TEST
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE LITERACY TEST. This year, the OSSLT is going online. In order for the Ministry to test the system and give students opportunity to learn the new framework, grade 10 students and other eligible students, will do an ONLINE ONLY test on Oct 20. This test has an added bonus that those who pass will get results in January and will not have to write the test in March. Those who are unsuccessful will take the test in March. At Cawthra, the Oct test is mandatory for all eligible students, just as our practice test was every fall. Training will be provided before Oct 20.

 
Cawthra's Garden Club is back!
Calling all green thumbs and green-minded people!  Join Cawthra's new Garden Club and help make green things happen.  Our first meeting is Wednesday, September 21st afterschool in room 311.  Come prepared to get your hands dirty.  We have a tree to plant!  See Ms. Fitzpatrick's website for more information. 

 
Terry Fox Run
Hey Cawthra!  Coming up we have our annual Terry Fox Run from the 19th to the 23rd.  From Monday to Thursday, join us in the caf during periods C and D for events such as "Less Hairy for Terry", raffles, an open mic and more!  On the Friday we will have our run, so make sure you come prepared with your reusable water bottles.  See you there!

 
Watercolour Club
For all aspiring artists: The Watercolour Club will have its first meeting in room 109 on September 26 at 3:10.  This will be a planning meeting.  Former members bring your paint boxes from last year!

 
SHOUT member recruitment
Hey Cawthra, do you want to make a difference to your community? Help those in need? Come on out and join SHOUT (Students Helping OUT)! We support various charities by participating in major school events by planning fundraising activities. We meet every Thursday at lunch during Period C in Rm. 203, and Period D in Rm. 205. Our first meeting will take place on Thurs. Sept. 22nd. See you there!

 
Yearbook Applications
Do you want to be part of a team who captures Cawthra memories?  Apply to be part of the yearbook team. You can choose layout, photography or copy write.  Applications for Grade 10-12 will be available at the student counter.  Due date:  Tuesday, September 20

 
Fitness Club memebrships available now!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.

 
Guys and Dolls (Fall Musical) - Looking for CREW HEADS.  Sign up outside room 102
The Fall musical GUYS AND DOLLS will be looking for crew members in early October. Before that meeting happens we are inviting anyone who would like to be a CREW HEAD to sign up for an interview spot on the board outside of 102. If you would like to be considered as a crew head, you must have been on that particular crew before. Students in Grade 10 - 12 may apply. The sign up for general crew members will be in early October - stay tuned. Please see Ms. Tiller for details

 
School Council Meeting
School Council Meeting Sep 21st 7:00pm. All parents are welcome.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.​

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SEP 19.2016 - This is a Week A


 
Lifeguards needed
The Phys. Ed. department is looking for anyone who is a lifeguard with a period B spare. If you have your NLS and do not have a class during B, please come and see Mr. Palias in boys Phys. Ed.

 
DECA
Attention all students.  There will be a DECA business club meeting today, right after school, in Room 303.  Come and find out what we are all about.  See you there!

 
LEAP
Are you worried about the world?! Do you want to make a change or help your community? Then come to LEAP's biweekly meeting, Thursdays after school! See you in room 207 this week for balloons and good times!"
​"If you are looking to be a student leader, come to LEAP after school this Thursday in room 207 for information to apply to be an executive member! We will be having a general meeting this week so come by, regardless! If you are unable to make it after school, please find Ms. Cossette for the application form."

 
PARIS meeting
For students going to PARIS, please attend a brief meeting at the start of your lunch TODAY in the FRONT FOYER!

 
Photo Retake Day
Picture Retake day is Monday Sep 19th. This is the last chance to get pictures taken.

 
Nerd Club
Attention all nerds! Cawthra Park's Nerd Club will meet tomorrow in the Tech Wing after school. Be there and be square!

 
Creative Illustration Club
Do you like cartoons and illustration? Have you ever thought about doing concept design or applying for animation in post-secondary? Creative Illustration Club meets every Tuesday after school starting tomorrow, September 20th in the tech wing. Get help with your animation or design portfolio today! Beginners are more than welcome, as we will provide step by step tips on how to improve your skills!

 
Visual Arts Club
The Visual Arts Club will meet Tuesday after school in room 111. This is a student-led club for anyone interested in visual art, and interacting with others who love art too.
Acting, Directing and Playwriting workshops!!! Sept 24th. See Ms Tiller to sign up ASAP!

 
Attention all writers, directors and actors!!!
Are you interested in submitting a play for the Sears Festival this year? Get a leg up on your competition and attend incredible workshops in playwriting, directing and acting on September 24th and October 1st. The workshops are only $5 and $10!! See the poster outside of room 102 for details. See Ms. Tiller in Drama ASAP to sign up!!

 
Ontario University Fair
The Ontario University Fair is being held on September 23rd – 25th at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto.  All Ontario universities will be present with representatives from all faculties.  Admission is free but pre-registration is recommended.  Check the University/College bulletin board across from Room 201 for details.
Also, if you are in grade 12 and planning on attending a Canadian University in the fall of 2017, you should be checking the Scholarship Bulletin Board for upcoming application dates.  Stay tuned for scholarship workshops that will be held at the end of September.

 
Terry Fox
“I’m not a dreamer, and I’m not saying this will initiate any kind of definitive answer or cure to cancer, but I believe in miracles. I have to.” That was a quote from Terry Fox. When you’re collecting funds for our school Terry Fox Run, let’s go the distance, just like Terry did and let’s do our absolute best.

 
Boomerang Lunches
Boomerang Lunches. Bring yours today and everyday. We are aiming for a Eco Schools Platinum Standard and need your help, so bring a litterless lunch in reusable containers and then take all your food scraps home for composting. Your efforts will help reduce landfills in your own community. We will check success and award prizes when you least expect it.

 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.

 
THE ONLINE LITERACY TEST
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE LITERACY TEST. This year, the OSSLT is going online. In order for the Ministry to test the system and give students opportunity to learn the new framework, grade 10 students and other eligible students, will do an ONLINE ONLY test on Oct 20. This test has an added bonus that those who pass will get results in January and will not have to write the test in March. Those who are unsuccessful will take the test in March. At Cawthra, the Oct test is mandatory for all eligible students, just as our practice test was every fall. Training will be provided before Oct 20.

 
Cawthra's Garden Club is back!
Calling all green thumbs and green-minded people!  Join Cawthra's new Garden Club and help make green things happen.  Our first meeting is Wednesday, September 21st afterschool in room 311.  Come prepared to get your hands dirty.  We have a tree to plant!  See Ms. Fitzpatrick's website for more information. 

 
Terry Fox Run
Hey Cawthra!  Coming up we have our annual Terry Fox Run from the 19th to the 23rd.  From Monday to Thursday, join us in the caf during periods C and D for events such as "Less Hairy for Terry", raffles, an open mic and more!  On the Friday we will have our run, so make sure you come prepared with your reusable water bottles.  See you there!

 
Watercolour Club
For all aspiring artists: The Watercolour Club will have its first meeting in room 109 on September 26 at 3:10.  This will be a planning meeting.  Former members bring your paint boxes from last year!

 
SHOUT member recruitment
Hey Cawthra, do you want to make a difference to your community? Help those in need? Come on out and join SHOUT (Students Helping OUT)! We support various charities by participating in major school events by planning fundraising activities. We meet every Thursday at lunch during Period C in Rm. 203, and Period D in Rm. 205. Our first meeting will take place on Thurs. Sept. 22nd. See you there!

 
Yearbook Applications
Do you want to be part of a team who captures Cawthra memories?  Apply to be part of the yearbook team. You can choose layout, photography or copy write.  Applications for Grade 10-12 will be available at the student counter.  Due date:  Tuesday, September 20

 
Fitness Club memebrships available now!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.

 
Guys and Dolls (Fall Musical)
Looking for CREW HEADS.  Sign up outside room 102
The Fall musical GUYS AND DOLLS will be looking for crew members in early October. Before that meeting happens we are inviting anyone who would like to be a CREW HEAD to sign up for an interview spot on the board outside of 102. If you would like to be considered as a crew head, you must have been on that particular crew before. Students in Grade 10 - 12 may apply. The sign up for general crew members will be in early October - stay tuned. Please see Ms. Tiller for details

 
School Council Meeting
School Council Meeting Sep 21st 7:00pm. All parents are welcome.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.​

-------------------------------------------------------------​

SEP 16.2016 - This is a Week B


 
Acting, Directing and Playwriting workshops!!!
Sept 24th. See Ms Tiller to sign up ASAP!
Attention all writers, directors and actors!!! Are you interested in submitting a play for the Sears Festival this year? Get a leg up on your competition and attend incredible workshops in playwriting, directing and acting on September 24th and October 1st. The workshops are only $5 and $10!! See the poster outside of room 102 for details. See Ms. Tiller in Drama ASAP to sign up!!

 
Ontario University Fair
The Ontario University Fair is being held on September 23rd – 25th at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto.  All Ontario universities will be present with representatives from all faculties.  Admission is free but pre-registration is recommended.  Check the University/College bulletin board across from Room 201 for details.
Also, if you are in grade 12 and planning on attending a Canadian University in the fall of 2017, you should be checking the Scholarship Bulletin Board for upcoming application dates.  Stay tuned for scholarship workshops that will be held at the end of September. 
 
Terry Fox
“I’m not a dreamer, and I’m not saying this will initiate any kind of definitive answer or cure to cancer, but I believe in miracles. I have to.” That was a quote from Terry Fox. When you’re collecting funds for our school Terry Fox Run, let’s go the distance, just like Terry did and let’s do our absolute best.

 
Boomerang Lunches
Boomerang Lunches. Bring yours today and everyday. We are aiming for a Eco Schools Platinum Standard and need your help, so bring a litterless lunch in reusable containers and then take all your food scraps home for composting. Your efforts will help reduce landfills in your own community. We will check success and award prizes when you least expect it.

 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.

 
THE ONLINE LITERACY TEST
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE LITERACY TEST. This year, the OSSLT is going online. In order for the Ministry to test the system and give students opportunity to learn the new framework, grade 10 students and other eligible students, will do an ONLINE ONLY test on Oct 20. This test has an added bonus that those who pass will get results in January and will not have to write the test in March. Those who are unsuccessful will take the test in March. At Cawthra, the Oct test is mandatory for all eligible students, just as our practice test was every fall. Training will be provided before Oct 20.

 
Cawthra's Garden Club is back!
Calling all green thumbs and green-minded people!  Join Cawthra's new Garden Club and help make green things happen.  Our first meeting is Wednesday, September 21st afterschool in room 311.  Come prepared to get your hands dirty.  We have a tree to plant!  See Ms. Fitzpatrick's website for more information. 

 
Terry Fox Run
Hey Cawthra!  Coming up we have our annual Terry Fox Run from the 19th to the 23rd.  From Monday to Thursday, join us in the caf during periods C and D for events such as "Less Hairy for Terry", raffles, an open mic and more!  On the Friday we will have our run, so make sure you come prepared with your reusable water bottles.  See you there!

 
Watercolour Club
For all aspiring artists: The Watercolour Club will have its first meeting in room 109 on September 26 at 3:10.  This will be a planning meeting.  Former members bring your paint boxes from last year!

 
SHOUT member recruitment
Hey Cawthra, do you want to make a difference to your community? Help those in need? Come on out and join SHOUT (Students Helping OUT)! We support various charities by participating in major school events by planning fundraising activities. We meet every Thursday at lunch during Period C in Rm. 203, and Period D in Rm. 205. Our first meeting will take place on Thurs. Sept. 22nd. See you there!

 
Bike found
The police found a bike that was locked to the bus stop at Cawthra and Atwater. If it is yours, please drop by the student counter.

 
Peel Police Fun Fair
Peel Police need volunteers to face paint at the Family Fun Day on Sep 17th. Earn volunteer hours and/or have fun learning about the canine unit, the explosive unit, etc. Sign up at the student counter. This is also a great chance to investigate careers in policing.

 
Student Helpers
If you have Pd. D lunch and would like to earn activity points or volunteer hours, the main office is looking for student helpers to work the student counter front desk.  If you are interested, please come to the main office for more information.

 
Yearbook Applications
Do you want to be part of a team who captures Cawthra memories?  Apply to be part of the yearbook team. You can choose layout, photography or copy write.  Applications for Grade 10-12 will be available at the student counter.  Due date:  Tuesday, September 20

 
Fitness Club memebrships available now!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.

 
Guys and Dolls (Fall Musical)
Looking for CREW HEADS.  Sign up outside room 102
The Fall musical GUYS AND DOLLS will be looking for crew members in early October. Before that meeting happens we are inviting anyone who would like to be a CREW HEAD to sign up for an interview spot on the board outside of 102. If you would like to be considered as a crew head, you must have been on that particular crew before. Students in Grade 10 - 12 may apply. The sign up for general crew members will be in early October - stay tuned. Please see Ms. Tiller for details

 
School Council Meeting
School Council Meeting Sep 21st 7:00pm. All parents are welcome.

 
Photo Day
Sep 19. Photo day for those who haven't yet had their picture taken. Listen to the announcement for details.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

-------------------------------------------------------------​

SEP 1​5.2016 - This is a Week B


 
Eco Club
Eco meets alternating Weds in the library. We engage in fun activities in support of the environment: like creating eco friendly ornaments, inventing irrigation systems, or propagating plants. Join in the fun starting on Oct 5 in period C, or Oct 12 in period D.

 
THE ONLINE LITERACY TEST
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE LITERACY TEST. This year, the OSSLT is going online. In order for the Ministry to test the system and give students opportunity to learn the new framework, grade 10 students and other eligible students, will do an ONLINE ONLY test on Oct 20. This test has an added bonus that those who pass will get results in January and will not have to write the test in March. Those who are unsuccessful will take the test in March. At Cawthra, the Oct test is mandatory for all eligible students, just as our practice test was every fall. Training will be provided before Oct 20.

 
Cawthra's Garden Club is back!
Calling all green thumbs and green-minded people!  Join Cawthra's new Garden Club and help make green things happen.  Our first meeting is Wednesday, September 21st afterschool in room 311.  Come prepared to get your hands dirty.  We have a tree to plant!  See Ms. Fitzpatrick's website for more information. 

 
Terry Fox Run
Hey Cawthra!  Coming up we have our annual Terry Fox Run from the 19th to the 23rd.  From Monday to Thursday, join us in the caf during periods C and D for events such as "Less Hairy for Terry", raffles, an open mic and more!  On the Friday we will have our run, so make sure you come prepared with your reusable water bottles.  See you there!

 
Watercolour Club
For all aspiring artists: The Watercolour Club will have its first meeting in room 109 on September 26 at 3:10.  This will be a planning meeting.  Former members bring your paint boxes from last year!

 
SHOUT member recruitment
Hey Cawthra, do you want to make a difference to your community? Help those in need? Come on out and join SHOUT (Students Helping OUT)! We support various charities by participating in major school events by planning fundraising activities. We meet every Thursday at lunch during Period C in Rm. 203, and Period D in Rm. 205. Our first meeting will take place on Thurs. Sept. 22nd. See you there!

 
Bike found
The police found a bike that was locked to the bus stop at Cawthra and Atwater. If it is yours, please drop by the student counter.

 
Peel Police Fun Fair
Peel Police need volunteers to face paint at the Family Fun Day on Sep 17th. Earn volunteer hours and/or have fun learning about the canine unit, the explosive unit, etc. Sign up at the student counter. This is also a great chance to investigate careers in policing.

 
Lifeguards needed for P.E. department
Are you interested in lifeguarding for Phys. Ed. classes and earning a little bit of money for doing so? The P.E. department is looking for NLS qualified lifeguards, so come and see Mr. Palias TODAY for a very brief meeting right after school to sign up.

 
Student Helpers
If you have Pd. D lunch and would like to earn activity points or volunteer hours, the main office is looking for student helpers to work the student counter front desk.  If you are interested, please come to the main office for more information.
Youth Task Force: Mississauga Museums  Mtg:  Sept 15th at 5:30pm See posters for details

 
Museum Volunteers
Mississauga Museums wants you to join it's YOUTH TASK FORCE! First meeting is Sept 15th at 5:30pm at the Bradley Museum in the Log Cabin. See posters around school for details. Get your Community Service hours doing something really cool!

 
Yearbook Applications
Do you want to be part of a team who captures Cawthra memories?  Apply to be part of the yearbook team. You can choose layout, photography or copy write.  Applications for Grade 10-12 will be available at the student counter.  Due date:  Tuesday, September 20

 
Girls Basketball Tryouts
Cawthra has a girls varsity basketball team this year! This is open to girls in all grades. Tryouts are this Thursday after school in the gym. Sign up on the board outside the boys P.E. office.

 
Fitness Club memebrships available now!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.

 
Guys and Dolls (Fall Musical)
Looking for CREW HEADS.  Sign up outside room 102
The Fall musical GUYS AND DOLLS will be looking for crew members in early October. Before that meeting happens we are inviting anyone who would like to be a CREW HEAD to sign up for an interview spot on the board outside of 102. If you would like to be considered as a crew head, you must have been on that particular crew before. Students in Grade 10 - 12 may apply. The sign up for general crew members will be in early October - stay tuned. Please see Ms. Tiller for details

 
Club/team/Organization Promotion
Would your club, team or organization like an opportunity to promote your activity to our new Grade 9 students? Nine-a-palooza is this Thursday, September 15th and all grade 9's will have lunch in Period D. If your group would like to set up an info booth on this day, please have a student rep pick up an application from Ms Miller in the Guidance office. All applications are due on Wednesday at 12:30pm.

 
Ritz
The Ritz choir will be starting on Wednesday after school.  All are welcome to join the choirs - grade 9 and 10 Ritz will be in the auditorium and the grade 11 and 12's will be in room 108.  Rehearsal will run from 3:15-4:30 every week.  Come and sing with us!

 
School Council Meeting
School Council Meeting Sep 21st 7:00pm. All parents are welcome.

 
Photo Day
Sep 19. Photo day for those who haven't yet had their picture taken. Listen to the announcement for details.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

​-------------------------------------------------------------

SEP 13.2016 - This is a Week B


 
Guitar Ensemble
The first rehearsal for the guitar ensemble is today after school in room 110.

 
SHOUT member recruitment
Hey Cawthra, do you want to make a difference to your community? Help those in need? Come on out and join SHOUT (Students Helping OUT)! We support various charities by participating in major school events by planning fundraising activities. We meet every Thursday at lunch during Period C in Rm. 203, and Period D in Rm. 205. Our first meeting will take place on Thurs. Sept. 22nd. See you there!

 
Bike found
The police found a bike that was locked to the bus stop at Cawthra and Atwater. If it is yours, please drop by the student counter.

 
Peel Police Fun Fair
Peel Police need volunteers to face paint at the Family Fun Day on Sep 17th. Earn volunteer hours and/or have fun learning about the canine unit, the explosive unit, etc. Sign up at the student counter. This is also a great chance to investigate careers in policing.

 
Knitting Club
Knitting Club will begin Wednesday, September 14th. If you know how to knit, or are interested in learnin,come to room 113 after school on Wednesdays from 3:04 to 4:00pm.

 
Lifeguards needed for P.E. department
Are you interested in lifeguarding for Phys. Ed. classes and earning a little bit of money for doing so? The P.E. department is looking for NLS qualified lifeguards, so come and see Mr. Palias TODAY for a very brief meeting right after school to sign up.

 
Student Helpers
If you have Pd. D lunch and would like to earn activity points or volunteer hours, the main office is looking for student helpers to work the student counter front desk.  If you are interested, please come to the main office for more information.
Youth Task Force: Mississauga Museums  Mtg:  Sept 15th at 5:30pm See posters for details
Mississauga Museums wants you to join it's YOUTH TASK FORCE! First meeting is Sept 15th at 5:30pm at the Bradley Museum in the Log Cabin. See posters around school for details. Get your Community Service hours doing something really cool!

 
Yearbook Applications
Do you want to be part of a team who captures Cawthra memories?  Apply to be part of the yearbook team. You can choose layout, photography or copy write.  Applications for Grade 10-12 will be available at the student counter.  Due date:  Tuesday, September 20

 
Girl's Flag Football
Any girls interested in trying out for the flag football team should attend the this week's tryouts Wednesday afterschool at 3:15 and Friday morning at 7am. Any questions speak to Ms. Copithorn or Ms. Laviola.

 
Girls Basketball Tryouts
Cawthra has a girls varsity basketball team this year! This is open to girls in all grades. Tryouts are this Thursday after school in the gym. Sign up on the board outside the boys P.E. office.

 
Fitness Club memebrships available now!
Interested in joining Cawthra's fitness club? We have a weight room with machines, free weights and stationary bikes just for you! The cost for the year is only $15!! You can stop by the boys P.E. office to buy your membership starting today.

 
Guys and Dolls (Fall Musical)
Looking for CREW HEADS.  Sign up outside room 102
The Fall musical GUYS AND DOLLS will be looking for crew members in early October. Before that meeting happens we are inviting anyone who would like to be a CREW HEAD to sign up for an interview spot on the board outside of 102. If you would like to be considered as a crew head, you must have been on that particular crew before. Students in Grade 10 - 12 may apply. The sign up for general crew members will be in early October - stay tuned. Please see Ms. Tiller for details

 
Club/team/Organization Promotion
Would your club, team or organization like an opportunity to promote your activity to our new Grade 9 students? Nine-a-palooza is this Thursday, September 15th and all grade 9's will have lunch in Period D. If your group would like to set up an info booth on this day, please have a student rep pick up an application from Ms Miller in the Guidance office. All applications are due on Wednesday at 12:30pm.

 
Ritz
The Ritz choir will be starting on Wednesday after school.  All are welcome to join the choirs - grade 9 and 10 Ritz will be in the auditorium and the grade 11 and 12's will be in room 108.  Rehearsal will run from 3:15-4:30 every week.  Come and sing with us!
Tennis Team Tryouts
Tennis Team Tryouts. Sign up on the board outside the math office. Junior students are welcome to tryout on Monday Sept 12 and Seniors are welcome on Wednesday Sept 14, from 3:15 - 4:30 at Lyndwood Tennis Club at Dellwood Park. Come prepared with gym clothes and tennis racket.

 
Terry Fox Run
Terry Fox’s dream was to run across Canada, to raise money for cancer research. His goal was to run over 8,000 km from the east coast of Canada to the west coast of Canada. He named his run, The Marathon of Hope and started it on April 12, 1980. He ran for 143 days and was then forced to stop because the cancer returned. Now every year, more than 8,000 schools across Canada hold a Terry Fox Run to help Terry’s dream for a world without cancer come true. Our Run is held on Friday September 23rd. Money donation is taking place in homework classes. Please bring any spare change you can and donate to this wonderful cause! Lets keep Terry's vision alive!

 
School Council Meeting
School Council Meeting Sep 21st 7:00pm. All parents are welcome.

 
Photo Day
Sep 19. Photo day for those who haven't yet had their picture taken. Listen to the announcement for details.

 
Grade 9 Welcome Day
Nine-A-Poolza Sep 15 (raindate Sep 16) is our grade 9 welcome day. Dress for games and outdoor activities. Lunch is on us. Please bring a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, bug spray and be prepared to have fun.

 
Cross Country Team
It’s that time of year! If you are interested in joining the Cawthra Park cross country team, please join us for one of our information sessions on Monday or Tuesday of next week (Sept. 12 or Sept. 13). All grades and levels of running experience welcome. Be sure to bring appropriate attire for a short run after the meeting! Any questions? Please see Ms. Watson.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

 

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SEP 12.2016 - This is a Week B

​Guys and Dolls (Fall Musical)
Looking for CREW HEADS.  Sign up outside room 102
The Fall musical GUYS AND DOLLS will be looking for crew members in early October. Before that meeting happens we are inviting anyone who would like to be a CREW HEAD to sign up for an interview spot on the board outside of 102. If you would like to be considered as a crew head, you must have been on that particular crew before. Students in Grade 10 - 12 may apply. The sign up for general crew members will be in early October - stay tuned. Please see Ms. Tiller for details

 
Club/team/Organization Promotion
Would your club, team or organization like an opportunity to promote your activity to our new Grade 9 students? Nine-a-palooza is this Thursday, September 15th and all grade 9's will have lunch in Period D. If your group would like to set up an info booth on this day, please have a student rep pick up an application from Ms Miller in the Guidance office. All applications are due on Wednesday at 12:30pm.

 
Ritz
The Ritz choir will be starting on Wednesday after school.  All are welcome to join the choirs - grade 9 and 10 Ritz will be in the auditorium and the grade 11 and 12's will be in room 108.  Rehearsal will run from 3:15-4:30 every week.  Come and sing with us!

 
Guitar Ensemble
Guitar ensemble rehersals begin this Tuesday after school. Rehearsal run from 3:15-4:30 in room 110.

 
Tennis Team Tryouts
Tennis Team Tryouts. Sign up on the board outside the math office. Junior students are welcome to tryout on Monday Sept 12 and Seniors are welcome on Wednesday Sept 14, from 3:15 - 4:30 at Lyndwood Tennis Club at Dellwood Park. Come prepared with gym clothes and tennis racket.

 
Terry Fox Run
Terry Fox’s dream was to run across Canada, to raise money for cancer research. His goal was to run over 8,000 km from the east coast of Canada to the west coast of Canada. He named his run, The Marathon of Hope and started it on April 12, 1980. He ran for 143 days and was then forced to stop because the cancer returned. Now every year, more than 8,000 schools across Canada hold a Terry Fox Run to help Terry’s dream for a world without cancer come true. Our Run is held on Friday September 23rd. Money donation is taking place in homework classes. Please bring any spare change you can and donate to this wonderful cause! Lets keep Terry's vision alive!

 
School Council Meeting
School Council Meeting Sep 21st 7:00pm. All parents are welcome.

 
Photo Day
Sep 19. Photo day for those who haven't yet had their picture taken. Listen to the announcement for details.

 
Grade 9 Welcome Day
Nine-A-Poolza Sep 15 (raindate Sep 16) is our grade 9 welcome day. Dress for games and outdoor activities. Lunch is on us. Please bring a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, bug spray and be prepared to have fun.

 
Cross Country Team
It’s that time of year! If you are interested in joining the Cawthra Park cross country team, please join us for one of our information sessions on Monday or Tuesday of next week (Sept. 12 or Sept. 13). All grades and levels of running experience welcome. Be sure to bring appropriate attire for a short run after the meeting! Any questions? Please see Ms. Watson.

 
DECA
Attention all students.  The first meeting for students interested in joining our award-winning DECA business club is on Monday, September 12, right after school, in Room 303.  Come and find out what we are all about.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

 

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SEP 9.2016 - This is a Week A


 
School Council Meeting
School Council Meeting Sep 21st 7:00pm. All parents are welcome.

 
Photo Day
Sep 19. Photo day for those who haven't yet had their picture taken. Listen to the announcement for details.

 
Grade 9 Welcome Day
Nine-A-Poolza Sep 15 (raindate Sep 16) is our grade 9 welcome day. Dress for games and outdoor activities. Lunch is on us. Please bring a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, bug spray and be prepared to have fun.

 
Cross Country Team
It’s that time of year! If you are interested in joining the Cawthra Park cross country team, please join us for one of our information sessions on Monday or Tuesday of next week (Sept. 12 or Sept. 13). All grades and levels of running experience welcome. Be sure to bring appropriate attire for a short run after the meeting! Any questions? Please see Ms. Watson.

 
DECA
Attention all students.  The first meeting for students interested in joining our award-winning DECA business club is on Monday, September 12, right after school, in Room 303.  Come and find out what we are all about.

 
Girl's Flag Football Tryouts
Any girls interested in trying out for the flag football team should attend a short meeting this Friday, immediately afterschool in room 204. If you are fast, can throw or catch, and have a competitive spirit you can play flag! See Ms. Copithorn or Ms. Laviola if you have any questions.

 
Tennis Team Tryouts
Tennis Team Tryouts start next week at the Lyndwood Tennis Club at Dellwood Park. Sign up on the board outside the math office. Junior students are welcome to tryout on Monday Sept 12 and Seniors are welcome on Wednesday Sept 14, from 3:15 - 4:30. Come prepared with gym clothes and tennis racket.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

 
Varsity Boys Volleyball Tryouts
BOYS VOLLEYBALL Tryouts begin this week on Thursday and Friday after school. All grade 9-12s interested in playing should sign up by the boys changerooms in gym AB. Be changed and ready to play by 3:15pm.

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SEP 8.2016 - This is a Week A


 
DECA
Attention all students.  The first meeting for students interested in joining our award-winning DECA business club is on Monday, September 12, right after school, in Room 303.  Come and find out what we are all about.

 
Girl's Flag Football Tryouts
Any girls interested in trying out for the flag football team should attend a short meeting this Friday, immediately afterschool in room 204. If are fast, can throw or catch, and have a competitive spirit you can play flag! See Ms. Copithorn or Ms. Laviola if you have any questions.

 
Tennis Team Tryouts
Tennis Team Tryouts start next week at the Lyndwood Tennis Club at Dellwood Park. Sign up on the board outside the math office. Junior students are welcome to tryout on Monday Sept 12 and Seniors are welcome on Wednesday Sept 14, from 3:15 - 4:30. Come prepared with gym clothes and tennis racket.

 
QSA
QSA: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Straight Alliance will meet Thursdays after school in room 111.
We talk about issues of concern and celebration at school, at home, and in the community.
You don't have to come out to come out to a meeting.

 
Varsity Boys Volleyball Tryouts
BOYS VOLLEYBALL Tryouts begin this week on Thursday and Friday after school. All grade 9-12s interested in playing should sign up by the boys changerooms in gym AB. Be changed and ready to play by 3:15pm.

 

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​SEP 7.2016 - This is a Week A

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Varsity Boys Volleyball Tryouts
BOYS VOLLEYBALL Tryouts begin this week on Thursday and Friday after school. All grade 9-12s interested in playing should sign up by the boys changerooms in gym AB. Be changed and ready to play by 3:15pm.

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AUG 29 - SEP 5.2016


 

 

​Registration & First Day of School:

Tuesday, September 6th


 

Grade 9s only – 8:30 to 11:45 a.m.

Grades 10, 11 & 12 - 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.


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Please bring to registration:

 
1. $55.00 School Fee – cash is preferred
2. Accurate contact information. If your address, telephone contact number or email information has changed recently, it is imperative that the school has accurate contact information in the event of emergencies.

 
Busses will run on a regular school timetable in order to accommodate all students.

 
To assist our grade nine students, and to make them feel welcome, only grade nines will be registering in the morning. We will have senior leadership students available to assist them in locating their classes. Students will be directed to the auditorium to start the day. Senior students will then help them to their homeform class. All registration material and timetables will be in the homeform class.
Timetables will not be distributed prior to Tuesday, September 6th.

 

School Photographer

The school photographer, Edge Imaging, will take student photos on Tuesday, September 6th. The photographer will be back for photo catch-up and retake day on Monday, September 19th.​

 

Wednesday, September 7th

SEP 7 will be the first regular school day, starting at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 3:04 p.m.

 

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