This Friday, May 20, at Leary’s Brook is a special fundraiser for Fort Mcmurray. Smoothies will be sold lunchtime for $3. All proceeds will support people in Fort Mcmurray. The RNC and St. John’s firefighters will be here too!
This Thursday (April 21) is Leary’s Brook’s fundraising night at Chapters, from 7-9pm. Mention Leary’s Brook at the cash and 15% of your purchase will be donated to our school. We will also have student artwork and performances at Chapters that night as well!
Leary’s Brook will be closing early on Friday, April 8 due to teacher professional development. Students will be dismissed at the beginning of the usual lunch break at 11:39. Buses will depart shortly thereafter.
Term Two reports have now gone home. Parents may schedule meetings with teachers for Tuesday, March 22 by clicking the link below.
Our Spirit Week activities are listed below.
Homeroom teachers are collecting $12 to cover the cost of the events we have planned.
|Monday, March 21, 2016||Tuesday, March 22, 2016||Wednesday, March 23, 2016||Thursday, March 24, 2016|
| Theme: Pajama & Lots of Socks Day to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day
Bake sale to support Shave for the Brave!
|Theme: Throwback day
(Dress in favorite decade)
Students dismissed at 11;39 due to parent-teacher interviews
|Theme: Wacky Wednesday
(Crazy hair, Crazy Hat, dress Backwards)
|Theme: Dress as your favorite character (Dr. Who, cartoon, superhero)
Skating or bowling in am
Student-teacher hockey game
|No school in PM
|Lunch 11:15 – 12:00
All student go to Holy Heart
Student Talent Show
|Shave for the Brave
Homeroom PA Bingo
Class Rebus, etc…
Applications are now available for students to participate in the annual enrichment mini-courses. Course information and application forms are available at the school office and online here:
Attention grade 9 students: Please follow this link (Johnsons Horizon Scholarship 2016) for the application for Johnson HORIZONS program for 2016. For those of you who are not familiar with this, it is a scholarship offered through MUN in partnership with Johnson Inc. They offer 50 scholarships to grade 9 students across the province each valued at $1200.00 ($200.00 received in Aug of this year; $1000.00 applied automatically to tuition upon entry to Memorial University). Selected candidates are then welcomed into a leadership development program that will work with you throughout high school and will extend into your time spent at Memorial University of Newfoundland. All schools in Newfoundland and Labrador with a grade nine class will be eligible to nominate one student to enter into this program.
Please return applications to Ms. Blagdon by Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016. There will be NO extensions to accepting these applications, thus students who do not pass it in on time will not be guaranteed that their application will be entered.
A sincere thank-you to our school community and parents for dropping off treats to the staff last week!
A letter from the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District about the new school being built in Portugal Cove – St. Philip’s has been sent home to parents via email. This letter can be viewed here: PCSP New School Update