November public transit passes are now available in the main office. Please pick up your bus passes prior to morning classes, during lunch or after school. Remember your bus pass is your responsibility. If the pass is lost the school will not replace it.
SOUPer Friday choices this week are: the ever popular Cream of Bacon and Potato and Beef Barley. Come to Room 187 on Friday to get your hot bowl of homemade soup for only a toonie!
Aboriginal Youth Financial Management Awards are open to Aboriginal youth in grades 11 and 12. Winners attend AFOA Canada's National Conference and participate in a special Youth program designed to introduce youth to careers in Aboriginal finance and management. There are many opportunities for students who want to pursue this path and many sources of assistance. For more information about this award go to the TAS guidance webpage.
Robotics/Santa Claus Parade Club members are reminded of our meeting TODAY at LUNCH in Room 32! We need EVERYONE to attend this important meeting.
Grade 9 students are reminded that theTake our Kids to Work permission forms are due back to home room teacher by Wed. Oct. 29th. The actual date of Take our Kids to Work is Wed. Nov. 5th.
Students who signed up for cooperative education or peer tutoring for semester two are asked to drop by the Coop office(Room 74) to confirm placement or to pick up an application form. Please do this by November 7th. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Wylie, Mr. Challice or Mr. Moloney in the Coop office.
Boys in grade 9 and 10 who are interested in trying out for the Junior Boys' basketball team. Try outs start next week, so plan to attend an information meeting and pick up practice in the small gym this Friday Oct 24 at 11:30. Bring your gym shoes for a short scrimmage. Participation permission forms will be handed out for try outs. This must be signed and returned before you may join the try out. See Ms. lorenzen in room 219 for more information.
We are having our closingTerry Fox assembly in the Auditorium at Lunch on Friday. Come see Haylie Stephenson have her long hair cut off. Find out the top fund raisers and find out if you are one of the lucky winners of the Raffle Prizes and the Candy count.
There will be an information meeting in room 180 at lunch on Monday Oct 27th for any females interested in playing girls' ice hockey this year. Please bring your lunch. If you are unable to attend please see Mrs. Moloney in the guidance office.
Have you ever thought about a career in the skilled trades and technologies? Would you like to meet inspiring women from your community who have found exciting and rewarding careers in a field they love? On Tuesday, November 4, Skills Canada is hosting an event at Fleming College from 5:00pm to 8:45pm. For more information or to register for this event, see Mrs. Nash in Guidance.
It's fall and that means Keene Pumpkinfest is happening this Saturday, October 25! Student volunteers are needed for set-up, maintenance and clean-up. Please see the contact notice in the guidance office, or speak to Ms. Lorenzen in room 219. You've enjoyed this event in the past, so why not volunteer to make this Keene community fundraiser even better AND get more of your community service hours.
The Canadian Armed Forces will be holding an information night on Subsidized Education for University/Colleges on Wednesday, November 5th from 7:30 to 8:30 at the Recruiting Detachment in Oshawa. For more information, check the guidance webpage.
McGill University is holding an Open House on Sunday October 26 from 10am to 4:00pm. Go to the guidance webpage for more information about how to register for this day.
Bishops University is holding an Open House on Saturday October 25 from 9:30am to 3:30pm. There will be an opportunity for an accelerated admissions. You will have the opportunity to apply on site for free. The admissions department will give you an official admission decision before you leave the Open House. For more information, go to the TAS Guidance webpage.
University and College presentations.
University o f Waterloo
Junior Girls Rugby team following the game Oct. 21 @ Crestwood
Zimbabwe Fundraiser on Thursday June 19th
Parade Grand Champions
1960s Day at TAS! Mrs. Carey's Gr. 10 Canadian History class had a 1960s Day on June 10th. Students dressed in 1960s attire, and enjoyed some of the great food, games, and music of the decade. Everyone had a groovy time!
The Tulip Festival was a huge hit!! TAS received a standing ovation from a large crowd!!!
Congratulations to the TAS Wind Symphony for winning Gold at the Kiwanis Music Festival and being selected to represent Peterborough at the Provincials this May!
TAS students participated in an Outdoor Activity Day in what was to be a “farewell send-off” to winter. Events were organized and run by the Outdoor Leadership Class and included the 4-Way Tug of War, Scavenger Hunt Scrabble, European “Snow Ball”, and the Wintery Obstacle Course.
Outdoor Leadership Class (OLP) students received instruction from B!KE and Green-up on bike maintenance, repair and safety as they prepare to begin riding to Trent University for the next month during their fitness and wall-climbing unit.
TAS is VERY proud of the Media Team, and how a few members were featured in this month's SNAP'D Peterborough Paper.
Sunny, Baily, Branwen, Steven, Quin, Chris and Dalton are the TASSS Media Team
Congratulations to the Junior Boys Hockey team who reeled off 3 consecutive wins yesterday at the St. Peter's Classic to win the championship. Goaltenders Drew Hutchison and Billy Leahy shared a 5 to 0 shutout in game 1 over IE Weldon. Leahy was rock solid, picking up a 3 to 2 overtime win over Norwood in game 2, while Hutchison earned game MVP honours in the championship game, a 3 to 1 victory over Haliburton. The Griffins combined good defensive play with potent offense at the other end. Jarod Mayhew, Charles Cowie and Braden Little led the attack with 2 goals and 1 assist each, while Connor Harnden was the most generous Griffin, picking up 4 helpers. If you check out the team picture, you can easily see why TAS also won the award for the team with the "best flow" in the tournament.
TAS Drummers Play at Pete's Game Feb.27/14
Speed Skaters Marc Gagne, Kasey Hainer, Taylor Edmondson & Marj Tellis
TAS CELEBRATES STUDENT SUCCESSES WITH CELEBRATORY CAKES
Best of High School Art Award Winners
Sears Drama Regional Reps
On their way to OFSAA.
Cheer For the Cure Provincials Champions!
Cross Country Running
The junior girls team stood on the podium bringing home gold and bronze.
Congratulations COSSA Silver Medal Winners.
A D D I T I O N A L N E W S
CHEX TV Report on TAS Field Grand Opening - October 2, 2013
See the "Videos" Link in the left column.
TAS WELCOMES OUR NEW ADDITIONS!
A state of the art track and field plus beautiful new Tennis/Basketball Courts
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