June, 2020

Virtual School Tour
For all the grade 7 students joining us here is a link to a YouTube video touring KISH

IMPORTANT GRAD DATES:
Thursday, June 18 1:00-2:30pm
**Gown Pick Up (If you want one for family photos)

Monday, June 22 4:00pm
**Graduation (See Mr. Mulligan’s message below.

Students and Parents
We are pleased to announce our graduation will be held Monday, June 22nd, at 4:00 p.m.

This year’s graduation is going to look and feel significantly different from other Kensington Intermediate Senior High Graduations due to the strict restrictions in place during the global Covid-19 Pandemic. We know that this is a unique time and a traditional full-scale graduation celebration is not possible; however, we are working hard to put together a simpler event that celebrates our graduates while adhering to the public health guidelines set forth by the Chief Medical Officer of Health. We recognize that there are many unknowns in the world right now, but one thing we know for certain is that our graduates have worked tirelessly to make it to the end of their schooling journey. We want to celebrate this accomplishment now in a safe way. We have received direction from the Chief Provincial Health Officer that allows graduation to take place with a maximum numbers of people indoors in a given zone of 15.

At KISH this means we need to divide up the gymnasium into 5 separate zones. Students have made it clear they wish to graduate together, so we will have all 37 graduates separated into three zones in the gym. We will be allowing a maximum of 4 family members to view their child, or children, receive their diploma and prizes. Staff will be escorting each family into the gym while they watch their child cross the stage, then escort them out of the school in order for the next family to come in so we can repeat the process.

We will have an official photographer and videographer for the event. Gowns may be signed out by students if they wish to take family pictures on Thursday, June 18th from 1:00-2:30 at the Industrial Arts doors. Students will be awarded their diplomas in alphabetical order.

We will have more information in the coming days.

Donald Mulligan

Student Registration Handbook 2020-2021
Holland College Transitions Website
Holland College Transitions Video

May 20, 2020
It’s like driving a car at night. You never see further than your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.’ – E. L. Doctorow

Dear Parents/Guardians, Students, and Staff;

Have you ever noticed when driving late at night that the road ahead is pitch-black? Even though our headlights are on, we still can only see a little ways down that road. This limited sight line requires us to stay attentive with our hands firmly on the wheel to navigate the part of the road we can see, so we can safely make the entire trip. The same can be said for how we navigate our lives and plan for the future during this pandemic.

While we do not know what will happen in the distant future, we don’t need to. We can trust others for leading and caring for us, have faith in the contributions we can make, and navigate the unknowns as they arrive. We can successfully travel the whole journey through COVID–19 that way.

Our recent planning and navigating has ensured the Respite Program is off to a smooth start. The program is being utilized by 215 students and has been a welcomed support to their parents and caregivers.

Planning is also underway for some PSB staff to safely return to their work places. Custodians and cleaners started back to schools full-time this week and administrative assistants will be back part-time next week.

Operational plans allowing schools to complete essential tasks have been approved by the Chief Public Health Officer. These plans include packing up student items (desks and lockers) and working with families to distribute these items, providing Term 2 Report Cards to K-9 students who have not yet received them, collecting library books or other items on loan etc. Schools will communicate their detailed plans with families soon. Given the difference in school populations and layouts, things may be done differently at each school.  However, we can assure you that approved safety guidelines will be followed.

Additional activities and planning include, year-end student transition planning by our Student Services teams, exploring the use of Google Meet for some high school teachers and students, wrapping up Chromebook deliveries to over 1000 students, preparing for summer school, finalizing school supply lists and packaging Welcome to Kindergarten bags.

American novelist E. L. Doctorow’s quotation at the beginning of the message is our reminder that we don’t need to know everything in the future. We need only know enough to make hopeful, wise, and realistic plans. If together we don’t go too fast or deny the limitations, and we stay focused on the road directly ahead, the journey will be much more successful.

Thank you and take care,

Parker Grimmer
Director, Public Schools Branch

May 11th- June 19th, 2020

Locker Clean Out Sign Up

Student Registration Handbook 2020-2021
Holland College Transitions Website
Holland College Transitions Video

May 20, 2020
It’s like driving a car at night. You never see further than your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.’ – E. L. Doctorow

Dear Parents/Guardians, Students, and Staff;

Have you ever noticed when driving late at night that the road ahead is pitch-black? Even though our headlights are on, we still can only see a little ways down that road. This limited sight line requires us to stay attentive with our hands firmly on the wheel to navigate the part of the road we can see, so we can safely make the entire trip. The same can be said for how we navigate our lives and plan for the future during this pandemic.

While we do not know what will happen in the distant future, we don’t need to. We can trust others for leading and caring for us, have faith in the contributions we can make, and navigate the unknowns as they arrive. We can successfully travel the whole journey through COVID–19 that way.

Our recent planning and navigating has ensured the Respite Program is off to a smooth start. The program is being utilized by 215 students and has been a welcomed support to their parents and caregivers.

Planning is also underway for some PSB staff to safely return to their work places. Custodians and cleaners started back to schools full-time this week and administrative assistants will be back part-time next week.

Operational plans allowing schools to complete essential tasks have been approved by the Chief Public Health Officer. These plans include packing up student items (desks and lockers) and working with families to distribute these items, providing Term 2 Report Cards to K-9 students who have not yet received them, collecting library books or other items on loan etc. Schools will communicate their detailed plans with families soon. Given the difference in school populations and layouts, things may be done differently at each school.  However, we can assure you that approved safety guidelines will be followed.

Additional activities and planning include, year-end student transition planning by our Student Services teams, exploring the use of Google Meet for some high school teachers and students, wrapping up Chromebook deliveries to over 1000 students, preparing for summer school, finalizing school supply lists and packaging Welcome to Kindergarten bags.

American novelist E. L. Doctorow’s quotation at the beginning of the message is our reminder that we don’t need to know everything in the future. We need only know enough to make hopeful, wise, and realistic plans. If together we don’t go too fast or deny the limitations, and we stay focused on the road directly ahead, the journey will be much more successful.

Thank you and take care,

Parker Grimmer
Director, Public Schools Branch

May 13, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians, Students, and Staff;

Our teachers, administrators, support staff, branch staff, parents, and students are working incredibly hard to adapt to the new reality of at-home learning during COVID-19. The pandemic has presented challenges for many including parents working and balancing home life, teachers developing remote lesson plans to fit different students’ needs, and students looking for new ways to stay connected to friends and learning. There are many successes and members of our PSB community are meeting these new demands with determination and enthusiasm.

We all know how adaptable and resilient PSB students, parents, educators, and staff are in the best of times, and through these difficult times each group has shown this in more ways than ever before. We admire our teachers and other branch staff, parents, and students who are teaching us all lessons in perseverance.

Amazing examples of this include the food programs that have been supporting our families. PSB staff were able to deliver the Department of Agriculture food hampers directly to many families across the Island who did not have access to a vehicle. Our School Food Program provided 6,006 meals to 858 students last week, a 12% increase over the previous week.

Another success story is the Respite Program that began this week. Students who had been receiving individualized support at school from an Education Assistant, Youth Service Worker, or other Student Services Team Member may receive a 2 to 3 hour blocks of play/game based respite care on a scheduled basis. These examples of people coming together and working hard to help others is inspiring to all of us.

By following the public health measures, Islanders have also experienced success as a province in reducing the number of COVID-19 cases in PEI. In doing so we are seeing some of the public health measures relaxed. The Department of Education and Lifelong Learning will likely soon be making an announcement about the reinstatement of early childhood programs, including those for school aged children housed in schools, to assist parents who are returning to work.

As we move through the sixth week of at-home learning, it is an excellent time to thank students, teachers, parents, and staff for their ongoing commitment to learning together, while always remaining safe. Our shared goal is to ensure the successful completion of the school year for all students and to support students as they advance to the next grade, earn credits, and for some to graduate.

We all have an important role in keeping students motivated and engaged for these next weeks. Teachers continue to have high expectations for students and we all want students to continue to have high expectations for themselves. The work we are doing together is about helping students succeed and prepare for the future.

It is important to take time to reflect on how much we have all achieved thus far by working together. Be proud of your accomplishments. We here at the PSB are very proud of you.

Keep learning and take care,

Parker Grimmer

Director, Public Schools Branch


May 6, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians, Students, and Staff;

Welcome to May! Since COVID-19 reached Prince Edward Island, I have been separately reaching out to students, parents, and PSB staff through daily and weekly letters. As we usher in the new month, I am pleased to be writing my first joint letter to all of you. It seems very appropriate to do so as we have been coping with the pandemic together all along.

During his Thursday briefing last week, the Minister of Education and Lifelong Learning, Brad Trivers recognized students, parents, and staff for their continued partnership in support of learning. He also said, “Our top priority remains the health and well-being of children and we will continue to look at ways to support children and families, address gaps and ensure all Islanders have the necessary tools and resources available to succeed now and as we plan for learning in September.”

Students, parents, and staff are encouraged to read the Renew PEI, Together document which outlines the guiding principles and phased approach to reopening businesses, services and public spaces in Prince Edward Island. www.princeedwardisland.ca/renewPEI Further information is available on the provincial government’s response to COVID-19, including resources, program applications and important public health information by visiting: www.princeedwardisland.ca/COVID19

Public Schools Branch and the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning are committed to supporting students, parents, and staff during the final weeks of the school year. The safety of our students and staff is paramount and all operational plans for programs and activities will be reviewed and endorsed for their safety. All school-based services will follow public health guidelines that allow for physical distancing, hygiene protocols and the proper cleaning of schools.

I am pleased to share with you additional details around the announcements Minister Trivers made last week during his briefing. The details for some programs and services are still being worked on and we greatly appreciate the support and patience of everyone during this process. We will communicate further details when finalized.

Respite Care

Beginning May 11, several designated schools will open to offer a respite program. Families who have a child that is supported by an Educational Assistant (EA) or Youth Service Worker (YSW) while attending school, may be eligible for a few hours of respite care per week while schools are closed. Please email respite@edu.pe.ca or call 902-368-4997 if you are interested in receiving more information.

Learning Materials

Teachers continue to connect with students and support at-home learning based on a compacted curriculum, and learning resources are regularly being updated and made available online and in paper form. Chromebooks have been distributed to hundreds of students. Student Services Teams also continue to provide supports to students and families.

Ongoing Student/Teachers Connections

Since home learning began, students have been connecting with teachers in many ways. Beginning on June 15, students and teachers may have the opportunity to connect beyond phone calls, emails and approved technology, should they wish. Further details will be communicated in the coming weeks.

Transitions and Closings

During the week of June 22, and in consultation with students and parents, schools may offer innovative year-end and closing activities that will enable students to connect with their teachers and classmates and bring closure to the school year. This may include activities to support students who will be transitioning to new schools in the fall.

Student Well-being Teams

Student Well-Being Teams continue to connect with and support students and their families throughout PEI. The Student Well-Being Team’s website has been enhanced to make connecting to a team member easier. If you need some support, please visit the link below and click on your Family of Schools: https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/information/education-and-lifelong-learning/student-well-being-teams

Hand Head Heart Connections TV Shows

The Hand Head Heart Connections home learning TV shows are being very well received by students and parents. If you are not an Eastlink customer or do not have access to a television, you can find episodes of Hand Head Heart Connections on the Eastlink Community TV YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/eastlinktv/videos

Please reach out by email or call our main number at 902-368-6990 if you have any questions or comments. We will respond to you as quickly as we can. Much can be accomplished when we work together. We are grateful to our students, parents, and staff for working together and supporting each other.

Parker Grimmer
Director, Public Schools Branch

Parents and Guardians,
Are you a caregiver who has a child that is supported by an EA or YSW while attending school?  If you are you may be eligible for a few hours of respite care per week during the time that school is closed. Some schools are opening within family of schools (with some families being combined) to meet this need.

If you are interested in receiving more information please email respite@edu.pe.ca or call 902-368-4997.

Student Agenda 2019-2020

Student Registration Handbook 2020-2021

Google Calendar of KISH School Events(Check here for sports events and practices)

KISH Spiritwear Store

March 23rd-April 3rd, 2020

Grade 9 Registration Slideshow
Grade 10-11 Course Registration Slideshow
Student Registration Handbook 2020-2021

Accessing Your Student Google Education Account

Dear students, parents, guardians, and caregivers – Over the past week, we were able to make personal calls to thousands of households to share student login information for our Google Education accounts. We realize that for some of you, we were not able to make a successful connection. If you or a student in your care is still experiencing a challenge logging into their account at https://www.google.com/, please reach out to your child’s teacher.

We have also created a quick reference guide for how students can login to their Google account from home – https://tinyurl.com/guidetoclassroom (4MB). Using the Google Chrome browser is also recommended.

Tips for Home Learning have been published by the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning and can be found by visiting:  https://tinyurl.com/peihomelearning


PEI School Food Project

During these difficult times it is important that we continue to assist families experiencing financial difficulties and food insecurity. We know a number of private businesses, food banks, and other community organizations have already stepped up to support students and families with food challenges. To complement these great efforts, the Provincial government is partnering with the PEI Home and School Federation and the Breakfast Club of Canada to assist as many families and children as possible during the COVID-19 crisis.Beginning the week of March 30, prepared meals and snacks will be provided to families who register for support. Please call 902-368-5155 or email supportforfamilies@edu.pe.ca for more information.

Student Computer Account Information Request
We have received many requests for student computer account information.  For a short period of time, we are not taking any new requests so we can “catch up”!  Please note, that when the Public Schools Branch calls you back, the call will appear as “blocked caller” – please answer so we can give you the information!  Also, please only submit one request per student!  We will get back to you as soon as we can!

NOTE:**Student Computer Account Information Request
Have you forgotten your computer account information? Please fill in the details at the link below. The staff at the Public Schools Branch will call the home telephone number we have on file for you or your student. We know you will be patient with us.

https://forms.gle/7WUTPKKZjyPimwg49

Student Agenda 2019-2020

Student Registration Handbook 2020-2021

Google Calendar of KISH School Events(Check here for sports events and practices)

KISH Spiritwear Store

 

March 9th- March 13th, 2020

Student Google Password Reset

On Friday, March 6 in the afternoon, all passwords for PSB student Google accounts will be reset. This is a standard practice that supports our efforts to ensure Government’s systems and servers remain protected. Students will be given their new passwords on Monday, March 9 at school. Schools are aware of this and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Dear Parents,
We are currently experiencing an interruption in SAS, the program that Island teachers use to complete report cards. Parent teacher interviews will proceed as planned, but some report cards will be delayed for our K to 9 schools. When we have more information around report card timelines, we will update you.
Public Schools Branch

Student Agenda 2019-2020

Student Registration Handbook 2020-2021

Google Calendar of KISH School Events(Check here for sports events and practices)

KISH Spiritwear Store

PLEASE NOTE: Sports practices and games are subject to change throughout the week, and may not be updated on the website. Please check with your student for any changes.

 

Monday
Early Morning Concert Band
Denim Day

Tuesday
Tack Tourist Day
KISH Assassin begins
Early Morning Jazz Band
TNT World Host Training Day
11:40pm Student Band Executive Meeting
2:30-4:00pm Badminton Tryouts/Practice
4:00-5:30pm  SW Rugby

Wednesday
Early morning Concert Band
Colours Day
7-red, 8-purple, 9-orange, 10-yellow, 11-blue, 12-green
12:00-12:25pm Junior High Ensemble
11:40pm GSA Meeting
2:30-3:30pm Peer Tutoring
4:00-5:30pm SW Rugby

Thursday
Early morning Concert Band
KISH Assassin
Spy Dress Up Day
2:30-4:00pm Badminton Tryouts/Practice
2:30-3:45pm Jr Creative Writing Club

Friday
Early morning Senior Band Class (10-12)
Early St. Patrick’s Day Dress Up
March Break starts  tomorrow!

Upcoming Events:

March 23              Back to Classes
April 1                  PEI School Science Fair
April 2                  Senior High Parent-Teacher Interviews
(3:00-5:00pm/6:00-7:00pm)
April 3                  Senior High Parent-Teacher Interviews
(8:30-11:00am)
April 6-10             KISH High School Hockey Tournament

March 2nd- March 6th, 2020

PARENT-TEACHER INTERVIEWS will go ahead as planned on Thursday, March 5th.

Dear Parents,
We are currently experiencing an interruption in SAS, the program that Island teachers use to complete report cards. Parent teacher interviews will proceed as planned, but some report cards will be delayed for our K to 9 schools. When we have more information around report card timelines, we will update you.
Public Schools Branch

Student Agenda 2019-2020

Student Registration Handbook 2020-2021

Google Calendar of KISH School Events(Check here for sports events and practices)

KISH Spiritwear Store

PLEASE NOTE: Sports practices and games are subject to change throughout the week, and may not be updated on the website. Please check with your student for any changes.

 

Monday
Grade 10 Literacy Assessment
Early Morning Concert Band
4:00pm SM Basketball vs Kinkora

Tuesday
Early Morning Jazz Band
2:30-4:00pm SM Basketball

Wednesday
Early morning Concert Band

12:00-12:25pm Junior High Ensemble
11:40pm GSA Meeting
2:30-3:30pm Peer Tutoring
TBD- SM Basketball @#1 Seeded Team (Semi Finals)

Thursday
Early morning Senior Band Class
Junior Parent -Teacher Interviews 3:00- 5:00pm/ 6:00-7:00pm (Sign up here)
2:30-4:00pm Badminton Tryouts
7:00-8:30pm  SM Basketball

Friday
No Classes- Junior Parent -Teacher Interviews 8:30-11:00am (Sign up here)
No Classes- Senior School Goals Day

Upcoming Events:

March 9                      Denim Day
March 10                    Tacky Tourist Day
March 10                    TNT World Host Training Day
March 11                    Grade Colours Day 7-red, 8-purple, 9-orange, 10-yellow, 11-       blue, 12-green
March 10,11,12          KISH Assassin Activity
March 12                    Spy Day
March 12                    Junior High Report Cards issued
March 13                    Early St. Patrick’s Day
March 13                    Get your KISH shamrock and donate to Easter Seals
March 13                    Last Day before March Break
March 23                    Back to Classes

February 24th-February 28th, 2020

Student Agenda 2019-2020

Student Registration Handbook 2020-2021

Google Calendar of KISH School Events(Check here for sports events and practices)

KISH Spiritwear Store

PLEASE NOTE: Sports practices and games are subject to change throughout the week, and may not be updated on the website. Please check with your student for any changes.

Monday
4:00pm SM Basketball vs Kinkora
4:00pm JG Basketball @ Miscouche
5:30-7:00pm JB Basketball

Tuesday
School Science Fair
Tourism and Hospitality Training
2:30-4:00pm SM Basketball
5:30- 7:00pm JB Basketball 

Wednesday
Pink Shirt Day
Early morning Concert Band

12:00-12:25pm Junior High Ensemble
2:30-3:30pm Peer Tutoring
4:00pm JG Basketball @ Miscouche
2:30-3:30pm Junior Science Club
2:30-4:00pm SM Basketball

Thursday
Early morning Senior Band Class
7:00-8:30pm SM Basketball 

Friday
PD Day- No Classes

Saturday

Upcoming Events:

March 3                      Grade 10 Literacy Assessment
March 5/6                   Junior Parent- Teacher Interviews 3:00-5:00/6:00-7:00pm (Sign up here)
March 6                      No Classes- Junior Parent -Teacher Interviews 8:30-11:00am (Sign up here)
March 6                      No Classes- Senior School Goals Day
March 10                    TNT World Host Training Day
March 12                    Junior High Report Cards issued
March 13                    Last Day before March Break
March 23                    Back to Classes

February 18th-February 21, 2020

Student Agenda 2019-2020

Student Registration Handbook 2020-2021

Google Calendar of KISH School Events(Check here for sports events and practices)

KISH Spiritwear Store

PLEASE NOTE: Sports practices and games are subject to change throughout the week, and may not be updated on the website. Please check with your student for any changes.

Monday
Islander Say- no classes

Tuesday
Early morning Jazz Band
2:30-4:00pm SM Basketball
5:30- 7:00pm JB Basketball 

Wednesday
Early morning Jazz Band

12:00-12:25pm Junior High Ensemble
2:30-3:30pm Peer Tutoring
2:30-4:00pm JG Basketball
2:35-3:35pm Junior Science Club
5:00pm SM Basketball vs Rural

Thursday
Early morning Jazz Band
2:30-3:40pm Creative Writing Club
7:00-8:30pm SM Basketball 

Friday
Early morning Jazz Band
TNT/Aggies/Phys Ed 401 Ski Trip
5:00pm  SM Basketball @ Francois Buote

Saturday

Upcoming Events:

February 23                Annual Band Candlelight Dinner
February 25                School Science Fair
February 25                Tourism Hospitality Training
February 26                Pink Shirt Day
February 28                No classes- PD Day
March 3                      Grade 10 Literacy Assessment
March 5/6                   Junior High Parent- Teacher Interviews

February 10th- February 14th, 2020

Student Agenda 2019-2020

Student Registration Handbook 2020-2021

Google Calendar of KISH School Events(Check here for sports events and practices)

KISH Spiritwear Store

PLEASE NOTE: Sports practices and games are subject to change throughout the week, and may not be updated on the website. Please check with your student for any changes.

Monday
Pancake Breakfast
Early Morning Concert Band
2:30-4:00pm JG Basketball
5:00pm  SM Basketball vs Rural
6:30-8:00pm JB Basketball

Tuesday
Early morning Jazz Band
2:30-4:00pm SM Basketball
4:00pm JB Basketball @ Englewood
5:30pm JG Basketball @ Hernewood

Wednesday
Early morning Concert Band
Purple Day- to show awareness for family violence
12:00-12:25pm Junior High Ensemble
2:30-3:30pm Peer Tutoring
2:35-3:35pm Junior High Science Club
2:30- 4:00pm SM Basketball
4:00pm- 5:30pm JG Basketball

Thursday
2nd Annual Cake Auction
Early morning Jazz Band
2:30-3:40pm Creative Writing Club
4:00pm JG Basketball vs Miscouche
5:30pm JB Basketball vs Miscouche
7:00-8:30pm SM Basketball 

Friday
Red, White and Pink Day
Early morning Senior Band (Grades 10-12)
12:00pm  Student Council- BINGO

Saturday

Upcoming Events:

February 17                 Islander Day- no classes
February 21                TNT/Aggies/Phys Ed 401 Annual Ski Trip
February 23                Annual Band Candlelight Dinner
February 25                School Science Fair
February 25                Tourism Hospitality Training
February 26                Pink Shirt Day
February 28                No classes- PD Day

February 3rd- February 7th, 2020

Student Agenda 2019-2020

Student Registration Handbook 2020-2021

Google Calendar of KISH School Events(Check here for sports events and practices)

KISH Spiritwear Store

PLEASE NOTE: Sports practices and games are subject to change throughout the week, and may not be updated on the website. Please check with your student for any changes.

Monday
2:30-4:00pm SM Basketball
4:00-5:30pm  JG Basketball
5:30-7:00pm JB Basketball 

Tuesday
No Classes for Senior High only
2:30-4:00pm SM Basketball
4:00pm JG Basketball vs SIS

Wednesday
Early morning Concert Band
11:40pm GSA Meeting
2:30-3:30pm Peer Tutoring
2:35-3:35pm Junior High Science Club
4:00-5:30pm JG Basketball
5:30pm SM 
Basketball @TOSH
5:30pm BPA Meeting

Thursday
Early morning Jazz Band
7:00-8:30pm SM Basketball 

Friday
Early morning Senior Band (Grades 10-12)
12:00pm  Student Council- BINGO
12:0-1:15pm Scholarship 
Information for Holland College in Student Services
TNT Mill River Trip

Saturday

Upcoming Events:

February 8                   Gymnastics Provincials
February 9-15              Aggies- Encounters with Canada
February 12                 Family Violence Prevention Day- Wear                                          purple
February 13                 Cake Auction
February 17                 Islander Day- no classes
February 21                TNT/Aggies/Phys Ed 401 Annual Ski Trip

January 27th- January 31st, 2020

EXAM SCHEDULE

Leadership Event – Pathways to Success

Student Agenda 2019-2020

Student Registration Handbook 2019-2020

Google Calendar of KISH School Events(Check here for sports events and practices)

KISH Spiritwear Store

PLEASE NOTE: Sports practices and games are subject to change throughout the week, and may not be updated on the website. Please check with your student for any changes.

Monday
Block C Exams
2:30-4:00pm SM Basketball
4:00-5:30pm  JG Basketball
5:30-7:00pm SM Basketball 

Tuesday
Block A Exams
Early morning Jazz Band
2:30-4:00pm SM Basketball
5:00-6:30pm JB Basketball

Wednesday
Block B Exams
Early morning Concert Band

2:30-4:00pm SM Basketball
4:00-5:30pm JG Basketball

Thursday
Block D Exams
Early morning Jazz Band
2:30-3:45pm Creative Writing Club
4:00pm JB Basketball @ Englewood
7:00-8:30pm SM Basketball 

Friday
Reminder to Senior High: No Classes on Monday

Saturday

Upcoming Events:

February 3                   No classes for Senior High
February 7-8               TNT Mill River Trip
February 8                   Band Candlelight Dinner
February 8                   Gymnastics Provincials
February 9-15              Aggies- Encounters with Canada
February 12                 Family Violence Prevention Day- Wear                                          purple
February 13                 Cake Auction
February 17                 Islander Day- no classes