The annual plant sale will be held here, in the greenhouses, of Thomas A Stewart tomorrow morning. Tell all your family and friends that the plant sale begins at 8 am and ends at noon.The students have grown a great selection of vegetables, herbs, tomatoes and annuals. If anyone is in need of community service hours see Mrs. Chambers in Room 89 about volunteering tomorrow morning.
Students from last semester's grade ten Integrated Arts visual arts class are invited to join Ms Hosker at Ricky's All Day Grill Tuesday May 31st to help with the installation of their paintings. We will have dinner afterwards. Take down of last year's show and installation of the new works will take place at 4:00. Dinner will be at 5:00 pm. Please let Ms Hosker know you are attending by Monday, May 30th. Thank you.
The awards ceremony was held last night at the Kawartha Artists' Gallery and Studio for the annual exhibit, BEST of SHOW. This exhibit gives students all across KPR and the Seperate Board an opportunity to participate in a group show featuring one work from each of the senior art classses they have taken. The following students received awards....
Jesilyn McDougall, Emily Duffey, Bao Lee, Jack Fitton, Judi Firmi, Eryn Masterson, Owen Hutchison and Skylar Ough. David Bigg received a scholarship to attend a sculpture workshop at Zim Art, Ashley Yeomans recieved the Lockside Trading Company Scholarship and Avery Morris tied withher work called Abandoned for the BEST of SHOW honour. Congratulations to the award winners and to all 54 students who participated in the show. We are very proud of you.
Hey Griffins! It is that time of year ... time for the 2016-2017 student council positions to be filled! If you want to have a say in the wonderful activities, fundraisers, dances and many other events that TAS holds, then this is your time to shine! We will be having elections for the positions of President, Vice President, 2 Publicity Reps and 2 Spirit Reps, but all other positions will be appointed through an application process! More information about these positions is outside of room 185. Applications are due to Mr. McFadden or Mrs. Latchford by the end of the day Friday June 3rd.
SOUPer Friday is back this week serving our delicious Curried Lentil soup served with jalapeno Havarti cheese and the always popular Chicken Tortellini soup. Still only $2 for a bowl of hot soup. See you on SOUPer Friday!
If you have an interest in completing Community Involvement hours over the summer in an outdoor setting, consider attending the PARD Therapeutic Riding training this Sunday just outside of Warsaw. No horse experience is necessary, just a willingness to learn. The training is Sunday May 29 with the riding program running from June to September. See the poster on the Community Involvement bulletin board in the Guidance office or see Ms. Lorenzen for more details.
Attention ultimate Frisbee players. Todays final team meeting is at lunch in room 17
Attention students attending this year's formal: it's time to submit your song requests for the DJ! These requests are to be submitted to the main office by the end of the day on Friday.
All drummers are reminded of the Important practise today at lunch. That's important drumming practise today at lunch. See you there!
If you are looking to complete volunteer hours and gain leadership and theatre skills this summer, you may wish to volunteer at the Peterborough Imagination Camp. This camp is in support of “The Mount” Community Centre on Monaghan Road. The week-long programs will include acting and improv games and camp leaders will work with camp-goers to write and perform their own story for the end-of-the-week performance.~Camp dates are July 4th-8th and 11th-15th. See Mr. Cook in Guidance for more details.
Get ready TAS!!! June 9th is First Nation Metis & Inuit Day !!! ALL Students are welcome to signup for an afternoon of workshops. The workshops include:
learning to hoop dance with Nimkii
hand drumming Mrs Osawamick
beading and crafts with the Friendship Centre
and Tracks program
Get ready and sign up for June 9th!!!! Sign-up sheets in guidance! Also looking for VOLUNTEERS help out!!
Rowing practices are every day after school from 3:15 – 4:30. Check the website regularly for information.
Last day to bring your Honduras donations to your homeroom!
The Jiyu-Shin Karate School needs volunteers for its Shiai (tournament) on Sunday June 5th at the Evinrude Centre.~ Interested students must commit to the following dates:
June 1st - Ring Clerk Training @ Jiyu-Shin Karate School (located on the corner of Charlotte and George) 6:30pm - 8:00pm
June 5th - The Tournament @ Evinrude Centre 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (latest). Jiyu-Shin is a not-for profit organization. Students will earn 9.5 - 10 hours of community hours for participating. Interested students need to contact email@example.com their name, grade and phone number. Students need to be 110% sure that they can commit to these days and times before signing up. See the Community Involvement bulletin board or Ms. Lorenzen for more details.
Students in Mr. Hobin's ESL class were asked to donate their time to design and paint a rain barrel to be displayed at the Purple Onion Festival September 20th at Millennium Park. That day the barrel raised $150 at Silent Auction - with proceeds going to Youth Unlimited Lakefield, New Canadians Centre and Seeds of Change. This activity got students involved, engaged and thinking about the theme of climate change. Way to go TAS ESL!
Aida - Spring 2015
Senior Girl's Basketball
The Peterborough Integrated Arts Program is delighted to present our new promotional video! It's still evolving .... more to come in the spring!
A BIG THANK YOU goes out to Integrated Arts graduate Ryan Shewell who filmed and edited the video and THANK YOU to Ms.Clarke for co-ordinating the filming days.The students were thrilled to be a part of the action. THANK YOU to the teachers for facilitating. Music credit ..... Rather Be by Clean Bandidt (instrumental version)
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