December bus passes are available in the main office. You can pick them up during lunch, between classes and before and after school.
Driver's Education classes begin Monday at 3pm in room 127.
Are you an Arts student in Grade 10 or 11 or 12? Are you interested in travelling? Does seeing the bright lights and big attractions of New York City get your attention? If you said yes to these three questions, then listen closely to this. A five day trip has been planned in early May 2016 to New York City. There are opportunities to see museums and art galleries, tour the city’s many historical and cultural sites, see three live performances, and much more. This is a fantastic opportunity. If you are interested, see Mr. McFadden in the Arts Office for more information.
On December 5th at the Peterborough and Omemee Santa Claus parades, Cassie Gosick (pronounce Gawsik) is organizing parade floats representing Doctors Without Borders.~ Volunteers are needed as parade participants for these two events.~ For more information, talk to Kirsten Ray or email Cassie directly at email@example.com.
The YMCA and Junior Achievement have teamed up to bring you a ‘Youth Business Bootcamp’. This is a limited enrolment and free event for any student interested in creating employment for themselves in the near future. Activities in the day include looking at business ideas, assessing competition for your business, and promotion of your business in print and on You Tube. The event takes place on the PD Day, next Friday November 27th , at PCVS.
White Pine reading club is meeting this Thursday November 26 at lunch. The theme is your favorite read!! If you have a copy of your favorite read bring it for the meeting. New members welcome.
Trent University invites you to attend their ToursPlus events on Friday, November 27 at the Peterborough campus or Saturday, November 28 at the Durham campus. You can take a tour, talk to professors about your program of interest and career path, and meet with the admissions and scholarships team to learn about applying and saving money. Plus, each time you visit Trent, you are entered to WIN YOUR FIRST-YEAR TUITION...FREE! For registration information, go to the TAS guidance webpage.
The Peterborough Special Olympics is looking for volunteers for their hockey tournament taking place this Saturday November 28th from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. There will be 150 athletes participating in this tournament and they are looking for scorekeepers and time keepers. As well, if you are interested in refereeing, they are offering free referee certification this Saturday, November 28th at St. Pete's. The training for TAS students is from 10 am until noon. This is a nationally recognized certification and would look great on your resume! For other times and locations see the poster on the bulletin board in the Guidance office or see Ms. Lorenzen. To register, contact Ron Cambridge today at 705 749 5469 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
The SHAD summer program is an intense science based program that challenges participants beyond the high school curriculum. SHAD is an intense experience that focuses on science, ethics, the environment, social responsibility and entrepreneurial pursuits. They are looking for applicants who are high achieving grade 10, 11 or 12 students to spend three weeks next July at a university campus. If you are interested in the rewards and rigors of higher learning within a supportive, exciting and challenging program, the SHAD summer program may be for you! The application deadline is next Monday, November 30th. See the poster outside the guidance office or Ms. Lorenzen for more details.
Are you applying for the sciences, engineering or math? Do you have excellent marks, outstanding community involvement and financial need? Each high school can nominate 1 Schulich Leader. If you would like to be considered for a nomination for the Schulich Leader Scholarship see Mrs. Nash in Guidance before November 30. For more information about the scholarship, check out the Guidance webpage.
The Thomas A. Stewart Music Program will be hosting a Festive Music Night on Wednesday, Dec. 9th at 7pm in the school auditorium. The evening will feature the Award winning TAS bands! Tickets are $5 at the door!
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)
Documents are in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. Click the logo below to obtain a free reader.
If you have difficulty opening any PDF file, try asking your browser to open it in a new window (in Windows, right click on the file and choose open in a new window).
Bullying and conflict - December 2015 article
December 2015 Information for parents & guardians: Bullying and Conflict [Image:26112015_35617_0.png] [Image:26112015_35617_1.png] A bully is someone who…HURTS PEOPLE Hurting another person can take many forms. The Ministry of Education
Wanted: your input on 2016-17 school year calendar
2016-17 school year calendar survey KPR is seeking students’, parents’, guardians’, staff and community members’ preferences for two possible school year calendar options for 2016-17. The options, and an online survey, are posted on our home page
Supporting Children & Teens After a Tragic Event
Supporting Children and Teens Following a Tragic Event – Tips for Parents and Educators When a tragic event or natural disaster happens, children and teens may feel confused, sad, angry, frightened or worried. It is important for adults to remain calm,