Text @claring to 705 243 4498 to receive school messages to your phone. (only able to receive not send messages)
School Council Remind 101 group
Text @CCSS to 647 931 6547 to receive school council messages to your phone. (only able to receive not send messages)
Attention all student drivers. Due to questionable driving practices this year, all students who drive to school must apply for a school parking pass. Beginning next week, cars without the parking pass prominently displayed in their car windows will be towed at the owners expense. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Watt in the office before or after school, at lunch or between classes. Applications and information can be picked up in the main office.
Attention to all California Trip people, tomorrow is the day we leave all this cold for SUNNY HOT CALIFORNIA! Don't forget to get a good night's sleep and be at the school ready to go no later than 6:15 tomorrow morning. Don't be late, don't forget anything and get ready for the trip of a lifetime. Anyone who would like to follow our journey can like the facebook page CCSS Goes to California.
Are you stressing about the upcoming Literacy Test? Not to worry- we can help! ~The after-school literacy program continues today. ~Come on by room 178 from 2:30-3:30 to learn important tips and practice essential skills for the Literacy Test. ~See you there!
Planning is underway for the 7th annual Rockin' Rotary Ribfest~2014 JUNE 6-8th at Garnet B. Rickard. ~~Any performers interested in rockin' at ribfest must complete the application form found at:~www.bowmanvilleribfest.com/rockin/
Last year we had our first Student Showcase on ~the~Friday afternoon. ~We would like to do this again and I would love to see a bunch of applications for some student rockers. ~The deadline is March 16th. You will be contacted once the applications have been reviewed.
Members of the Sr. Boys hockey team are reminded of their pizza lunch today in room 158.
Chef Cole and his hospitality students will be having a bake sale at the end of the day tomorrow.
Marine Biology Trip
If you are going to be in grade 11 or grade 12 in the fall, and if you are interested in the ocean, in being on boats and collecting live specimens, if you like biology or if you are simply interested in sharing one of the most extraordinary experiences of your life with other CCSS students, then this trip is for you! See Ms.Oldman for details.
Join the guidance department on Twitter for updates about college and university visits, and much more. Follow us @CCSS_Guidance.
GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)
Meetings on Friday at lunch in the music room.
Any girls interested in playing soccer this spring who missed yesterday's meeting can see MR Found in room 239 for forms and information.~ Try-out will begin after the break.
Check, Check, Check mate! Chess club is meeting Thursdays at lunch in room 237!
ATTENTION DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS This is a reminder that drama club meets at lunch on Wednesday in the drama room. New members are welcome.~
CNN Guest Host Fridays
Have you ever wanted to be a CNN anchor ? Well starting this week we will have Guest Host Fridays. This is your opportunity to try it out. To sign up for a guest host spot you need to see Mrs. Mack in room 226A. Anyone is welcome to try it out, and who knows, you may get picked to be a regular anchor.
@kprdsb on Twitter
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Earth Hour is back!
It’s back! The KPR school board encourages everyone to join us in recognizing Earth Hour for the seventh year in a row, on Saturday, March 29, from 8:30-9:30 p.m. It’s easy to participate: just turn off all your lights and electronics for the hour, a
It’s Kindergarten registration time. All KPR elementary schools are encouraging parents and guardians to register now if their children will be starting school in September 2014. Full-day, every-day Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten will be in place