Highland Park Junior High

May 31st, 2018

HP MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Thursday the 31st of May, 2018.

“We would like to begin by acknowledging that we are in Mi’kma’ki (MEEG-MA-GEE), the traditional territory of the Mi’kmaq people”. We want to continue to honour our promise to them to live in peace and friendship.”

(ONLY READ ON  TUESDAYS)
Student Council meetings are held at 12:30 on Tuesdays in Ms Chicarella’s room. Come and have a say in your school activities!

(ONLY READ THURSDAYS)
Tech Ed club is today at lunchtime from 12.30. All welcome

Grade 8 Superstore Trip will be held today. Grade 8 students will be released from the RWM 8 assessment to have lunch. Everyone needs to be back in Ms Chicarella’s room by 11:50 to take attendance before we make our way to the bus.

Grade 8 Upper Clements Park Trip. The grade 8s will be going to Upper Clements Park on Friday 22 June for a day of fun and excitement. If you want to guarantee a seat on the bus, get your consent forms and $25 in by Friday 8 June.

Grade 7 Field Trips: grade 7 students are reminded to get their consent forms and money in for their trip to Atlantic Playland as soon as possible.

Grade 9 Orientation at Citadel High. The grade 9s will have their orientation at Citadel on Wednesday 6 June. It will run from 1:30 to 2:15. Students will be dismissed from HPJH at 12:00 to have their lunch and get themselves to the big school. You are responsible for getting yourself to and from the event. Get in your consent form to Mr. Lang ASAP.

Special Note: as spring has arrived, you are still expected to be to school and classes on time. Please consume your lunch during lunch hour, as you will not be permitted to bring your lunch to class or store leftover lunch in school fridges.

HP SPORTS

Boys softball: The Boys battled hard against a skilled, experienced Elizabeth Sutherland in the championship game yesterday. Coming back from a 2 run deficit, the boys tied the game, leaving it to the final inning to decide the Champion. Although the team lost 4 - 2 players should be extremely proud of their accomplishment on and off the field. Mr. Lucas, Mr. Tortola, and Mr. Bradbury would like to thank all the players for the commitment, effort, and most importantly their positive attitudes. Highland Park was well represented in the stands, so we thank everyone who came out to support the team.

Maher Made Up Fact for the Day
Highland Park is located exactly halfway between the Equator and the North Pole.