Wednesday, September 18th

Are you in grade 11 or 12 and taking coop either this year or next? Would you like the opportunity to graduate with a red seal and experience sector certifications? If so make your way to guidance to sign up for one of our Specialist High Skills Major programs. We offer Construction, Health and Wellness and new to our school this year is Agriculture. Come to guidance to sign up ASAP!

Looking for volunteer hours? The Blyth Rutabaga Festival is looking for help in the kids zone, on October 5th. See Guidance for details.  

Scholastic book order forms are available in the learning commons this week. The order will be placed on Friday so please bring the form and money to the library by Friday. You may also place an online order. Any questions, see Mrs. Pruden or Mrs. Guay

Grade 7/8 students needing to purchase a student card should see Ms. Tinsley. Secondary students needing to purchase a student card should see Mr. Wheeler.

Good Morning Mustangs! Meet in the Mindfulness room tomorrow at the start of lunch for the Gay-Straight Alliance information session. That’s Thursday, GSA, Lunch in room 333.

This is a blurb from the Lucknow Sentinel 4 years ago: “Impaired driving can cost lives and/or thousands of dollars in comparison to a cab ride, or gas money for a friend, but not everyone is getting the message. “When you get to a scene where there’s a death or serious injury, you see the cost is high for the families,” said Huron OPP Sgt. and MADD board member Russ Nesbitt. “If we can prevent it, it’s the best solution.” Be a part of this solution by coming out to our OSAID meeting this Thursday in room 305 at 11:40. Find out about how you can come on a cool field trip to Blue Mountain this fall!  

Band Boot camp is after school today from 3:10 – 3:50! See you then!

There is an important, brief meeting at the beginning of lunch today for the Mustangs Making a Difference, in room 221. It’s about our WE Day trip on Thursday. Please attend if you are coming on the trip! 

Would Megan den Dekker and Liz Collier please see Mrs. Mercer in room 221 at the beginning of lunch today? Thanks! 

Are you looking for a good old-fashioned good time? The 4H Old-Tyme Square Dancing Club starts next Monday night in Londesboro for anyone ages 9 to 21 who wants to learn how to kick up their heels. Need more information? See Mrs. Trick for details.

Reminder to teachers that grade 9 students will be coming around throughout the day to conduct some short surveys. Only those teachers who signed up will be affected.