Daily Announcements & Schedule

Daily Schedule


Period Time
Homeroom: 8:15 - 8:20
Period 1: 8:20 - 9:35
Break:  9:35 - 9:43 (8 Min.)
Period 2: 9:43 - 10:58
Break: 10:58 - 11:06 (8 Min.)
Period 3: 11:06 - 12:21
Lunch: 12:21 - 1:15 (58 Min.)
Period 4: 1:15 - 2:30
  • Homerooms are to be open and supervised by 8:00 a.m.
  • "Go-to-Class music" before 8:15 signals the time to go to homeroom.
  • Bells will ring to signal the beginning and end of each class.
  • There will be a bell at 1:10 p.m. to signal to students that they have 5 minutes to get to their last period class.
  • Period 1 consists of two parts. Opening exercises and curriculum time.


Announcements: Monday December 3rd 2018

Cafe Specials:
The cafeteria specials for today are Asian stir fry with noodles and chicken fingers , chicken stew with a freshly baked kaiser bun, or all dressed pizza.

Swim team practice today in Amherstview. If you need a ride please meet inthe main foyer by the front office at 2:30.
Respect Ed meeting in A1 today at 12:30. Please bring your lunch with you.
Concert Band Rehearses today from 4-6 in C14, Choir at 12:30 in C25.
Dance! If Dancing makes you happy, then be in the Activity room at 2:45 until 4:15 tonight you get the experience of performing at the Ford Centre, Wonderland and possibly Niagara Falls!

Attention Ski Team! Team meeting tomorrow, Tuesday at lunch to discuss the season, competition dates, and training info.

International trip goers, epicure orders are due to Tracy in the office today. 

Schulich Leader Scholarships are Prestigious entrance scholarships that recognize students from across Canada who are pursuing a degree in the STEM field from a
partner university. Each highschool from across the country may Nominees must be among the top STEM students at the school, and must also exemplify one of the
following qualities- leadership, or financial need. If you would like to be consider for the NDSS Schulich Leader nomination, please speak to Mrs. Kelsey for further information, All students wishing to be considered must have this conversation prior to the semester one exam period.

Turkey, dump, Christmas grad, Freshman 15.. Curious??? Then plan to attend Grad Panel 2018- Wednesday, December 19th period 3 in the Library. All Grade 12’s


Announcements: Tuesday December 4th 2018

Cafe Specials:
The cafeteria specials for today are pasta with meat sauce and veggie crunch or a hot taco wrap.

“Get Your Act Together!” The cast lists have been posted in C17! All performers are required for an important cast meeting on Wednesday and lunch in C17!

Dance! If Dancing makes you happy, then be in the Activity room at 2:45 until 4:15 tonight you get the experience of performing at the Ford Centre, Wonderland and possibly Niagara Falls!

Attention Ski Team! Team meeting and Workout Wednesday #2 tomorrow after school starting
at 2:45 in the activity room. Hump day Dodge Ball continues tomorrow with Football Clowns facing against the Weetahs and Minor Niners taking on the Killers.
Last night the Girls Hockey Team opened their season with a 5-3 victory over Regi. Leading the Charge was Maddi Wheeler with 2 goals and 2 assists. Maddy Cronkright had a pair of goals , Rachel foster with a goal and Kylie Morrow with a helper. Sharing win in net was Kallysta Noyes
and Makena Marlow.

Just a reminder that Student Success is is ONLY open for students doing academic work at lunch today, Food access is grab and go before 12:30 and after 1:00.

Today is the day ,Hawks! It’s the kick off to our United Way Fundraiser, and it’s a good one! Come to the cafe at lunch today to see your StuCo, some teachers and even Admin get pie faced! Even better- bring some cold hard cash and pie someone yourself! StuCo pies are $2
each, Teacher pies are $5, and Admin pies are $10. We even have one VERY special pie being
built for the one and only MAdAME… it will get thrown when it reaches a minimum of $20 in
Be sure to bring in as many non-perishable food items before our first collection day this friday!
The winning homeroom will get free pizza!


Announcements: Wednesday December 5th 2018
Cafe Specials:
The Cafeteria specials for today are taco bowl, rice with chicken nuggets and now introducing our carrot and oatmeal apple muffins.

One act play rehearsal this Thursday at 2:30 till 4:00pm in C17
NASA Meeting today at lunch in B3 “Get Your Act Together!” The cast lists have been posted in C17! All performers are required for an important cast meeting on Wednesday and lunch in C17!

Attention ski team! Team meeting tonight after school in the Activity room. Be ready to go by 2:34.

Congrats to the junior girls volleyball team who started their season with a convincing 3-0 win against our neighbouring Eagles! Ashley Groth and Elle Chapman served a consistent match. Well done Ladies!

Boys curling meeting in room A13 at lunch today. Practice for all curling players today at 3:00 at the curling clubs. Remember your extra pair of shoes!

Our Junior Boys basketball team kicked off the season against the Ernestown Eagles yesterday and fell just short in a 50-47 loss. 3-point shots were made by Nathan Wheeler, Tristen White, and Ross Morrow with a buzzer beating floater from just inside the half court line too bad there is no 6-pointer in basketball. Leading scorers were Ross Morrow with 18 and Tristen White with 16.

The Senior Boys Basketball team kicked off their season last night against the Eagles from ernestown. The Hawks came out with a balanced attack on their way to a 55-40 win. Andrew Hudgins lead the way with q 16 point night and 4 3-pointers, Hats off to Jonny Medford for a
dunk to get the crowd into the game early!

Students taking on the OLC course are invited to go to Indigo Book store on December 17th and pick a book worth up to $25. See Ms. LeBlanc in room A16 for details.

Students who have a cheese order need to come and see Tracy in the office at lunch.

Attention students! The John M Parrott Centre has made it known that they love our volunteering students and they would love to see YOU, and your hours sheet in the near future!! If you are interested in a coop placement or gaining hours, whether your Gr. 9 or 12 come to the
volunteer table in People place!

The Napanee Library is hosting a ThrowBack Thursday Teen Movie Night on Thursday December 27th from 6-8pm. Join us for a movie on the big screen and of course lost of snacks. This program is free so bring a friend and have some fun!

The Librarian , Ms. Brooks as rejoined the Land of the living so… Carl the Christmas Camel is also back in the game! Come to our Library to buy a $25 paperback and to locate Carl in his new hiding spot! Stay tuned for how you can participate in the Library's upcoming Paw and
Claws campaign for Napanee homeless animals!

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Pie Face fundraiser yesterday! Most especially to our pie victims! With your help we raised $175 and that combined with hump day dodgeball donations we have surpassed our first goal marker. Jasmina will be spreading christmas cheer
next week by wearing an elf suit! Thanks again Hawks!

Tomorrow, December 6th, marks the anniversary of the day that 13 female students and a female administrator at a school in Montreal were murdered because they were women. The shocking impact of their deaths lead parliament to designate December 6th as a National day of
Remembrance and Action Against Violence Against Women. The white ribbon campaign was also started to encourage men and boys to be apart of the social change needed to prevent violence against women. White ribbons will be available in the main office, People Place, Michele's office and in the staff room.

Happy birthday Hannah you are our sunshine! Love all your friends


Announcements: Thursday December 6th 2018

The Cafeteria specials for today are, the paini specials- choice of club or ham and cheese panini with fries. And introducing the carrot and oatmeal apple muffins!

One act play rehearsal This Thursday at 2:30-4:00 in C17.
Swim practice today in Bellville if you need a ride, meet in the front foyer by the main office at 2:40.

Attention Ski team! Info package and forms are ready to pick up in C4, cheesecake should be here tomorrow for you to take home for the weekend. Only one more week until opening day at Batawa.

What does Carl the Christmas Camel have in common with Claire Milligan and Toby Craig? They all met this week in our Library! Are you next to win a prize? Check out our Library's Christmas decor as s well as our Paws and Claws campaign, which is on now! With each donation your name will be entered into the daily draw to win a gift from under our Library's Christmas tree!

40 hours are easy to score with volunteer opportunities like this one! The 2019 Taylor Hall Cup Classic will be taking place at the Strathcona Centre from January 11th and 12th. Several students are needed to help with fun and easy tasks to keep the games going smoothly! If you
are friendly, outgoing, and love hockey this is perfect for you! For more information come to the Volunteer table in people place!

Students taking on the OLC course are invited to go to Indigo Book store on December 17th and pick a book worth up to $25. See Ms. LeBlanc in room A16 for details.

On December 6. 1989, 13 female students and a female administrator were killed at a school simply because they were women. The impacts of their deaths led Parliament to designate December 6th as a national day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
We also commemorate the missing and murdered Aboriginal Women and each and every women in ontario and across the world whose lives have been harmed or lost to gender- based violence.


Announcements: Friday November 2nd 2018

Any girls who did not get their names on the try out list for the Girl Hockey Team is asked to see Mr. Miller in B2 today.
Short but important Girls curling meeting today at lunch in room A13.

Cafe Specials:
The Cafeteria specials for today are Scooby Doo pasta with meat sauce and cheese served with pasta, and chicken fingers and fries.

Students going on the `Hate U Give`movie field trip are to meet by the greenhouse at 11Am. Those who have not submitted consent forums or payment will not be going.

Attention students interested in going on the International Trip 2020. There are only 10 seats left on the trip and only 8 days left to get the early bird discount. Come and see Ms. LeBlanc in A16
or the Geography office if you would like information. Students enrolled on the trip come and see Tracy in the office for fundraising cheese order forms.

Hey Hunters! Are you interested in a workshop on learning how to tan that Deer hide? Please sign up on the list outside Mr. randalls class- A23, for an upcoming hide tanning workshop.

Are you starting to worry about getting your Volunteer hours? Here's a great opportunity for you, Come help out at the Napanee and District Olde Tyme Fiddlers dinner. This event is held at the
Lions Hall on December 16th from 3-7pm. 4 volunteers are wanted to serve and clean tables. For more info see the volunteer table in People Place!

Hey Greenhouse! Grade 9 take Our Kids To Work Day is fast approaching! On Wednesday, November 14th, Grade 9 students will participate in Canada's largest and most career exploration event. Have you got your job-shadowing experience set up?? Don’t forget you can Job-shadow with any caring adult in your life who has permission for you to attend their workplace for the day. Once you know your placement, please complete the permission form delivered to your homeroom earlier this week and return it to your home room before the day of the event.