November is Aboriginal Education Month. May traditional Aboriginal stories involve a trickster character who plays tricks on others in order to benefit or just for fun. Tricksters can be animal like Raven or Fox, or part human, part spirit like Nanabush.
Attention Jazz Band. There is a very important rehearsal today at 2:45. All members please attend. There are only TWO rehearsals left before Evening of the Arts! That's JAZZ TODAY!
This Friday is Canada D'eh, so come to school dressed as Canadian as possible. The most dressed up home room will win a pizza party. There is going to be tones of bacon, beaver tails, montreal smoked meat and many more.
Reminder of the Peer Tutoring meeting in Room 109 at the start of lunch. Please remember to bring your assignments. The meeting will be brief. See Mrs. Slate if unable to attend.
If you love pancakes and maple syrup, come down to the cafeteria on Friday morning and at lunch to be served a pancake breakfast in celebration of Canada D'eh. Proceeds will be donated to the Teddy Bear Foundation at KGH.
For all those who like to "Move it, Move it", Mrs. Healey will be teaching Zumba again tomorrow at lunch in the gym. All are welcome. Come prepared to sweat with gym clothes, runners and a water bottle.
Athena Fellowship meeting today at lunch in the Drama Room to plan the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women assembly. All are welcome.
Lancers! Come down to the Lancer Lair on Friday for delicious cupcakes, only one dollar each. Proceeds go to the KGH Teddy Bear Campaign. Help your community while stuffing your face with yummy cupcakes :)
Art Club meets today at lunch in Room 131. This month's art theme is Aboriginal Art. Anyone is Welcom