Students on Trillium Lakelands Routes 590, 592 and 594 - For inclement bus cancellation information, please refer to School News "BUSING - Students on Trillium Lakeland Buses"
March 27, 2015
April bus passes are ready for pick up in the main office. Please do not release students during class time. Pick up is available during lunch and before and after school. Thank you.
Robotics Club has a meeting TODAY in Room 37! Would you like to join the Robotics Club? Mr. Found, Mr. Jensen and Mr. Jensen Sr. would love to have you join! Come today to Room 37 so we can plan how we will make this year’s competition robot come to life!
The Pedal for Hope Cycling Team is once again holding the Pedal for Hope Tour. This year, they are hoping to set a world record for the number of heads shaved for cancer research. Students who would like to fundraise can have their heads shaved as part of the large event at the Peterborough Airport on May 16. Students who would like to take part in this event should go to the TAS Guidance webpage for more information.
SOUPer Friday choices this week are: Cream of Broccoli (with optional cheese for only 25 cents) and Chicken Tortellini. We will be set up and ready for you after the talent show so be sure to come right over to room 187.
Prom committee is meeting today at 11:30 in room 123.
The Junior Boys' hockey team had a successful run at the St. Peter's tournament making it to the championship final, receiving a silver medal. Well done!!
Boys' lacrosse team are reminded to get your permission forms into Mr. Earl asap. You can find him in room 23 at the start of lunch. Forms have to be in before you can participate.
Are you interested in participating in a one day readers’ retreat? High School students in the area are invited to attend a writers workshop and presentation with Teresa Toten , a Canadian author. It will take place at Lakefield High School on April the 9th and is sponsored by the Lakefield Literary Festival . No experience necessary. Free lunch but transportation is your responsibility. Limited enrollment. First come, first serve. See Mrs. Hipkin in the library.
The Peterborough Petes are hosting their play off kick off party on Tuesday, March 31st. They are in need of 6 mature students to help run various activities for children. You would need to work from 4:30-7:00pm. A ticket and t-shirt are included and you can count the hours towards your community involvement hours if you would like. Transportation to and from the game is the students responsibility. Please see Ms. Wylie in the co-op if you are interested.
The final session of Driver’s Education at TAS this year starts on Monday, March 30th. If you are interested, pick up an application form from the main office and contact the Community Training & Development Centre ASAP.
There are some new volunteer opportunities coming up in the following weeks: The MS society is looking for students to sell carnations on Mother’s day weekend May 8th and/or 9th. They are looking for sellers for various sites around Peterborough, Lakefield, Havelock, Bridgenorth, Buckhorn, Millbrook and Apsley. The Canadian Cancer Society wants to give you a chance to raise money to support the fight against cancer. Grab a friend and sell daffodil pins at various locations in Peterborough on Saturday April 11 from 10-4. Lunch will be provided courtesy of Pizza Hut. Check out the bulletin board in guidance for more details and contact numbers.
Track and Field; New students are welcome to attend the indoor practice on Friday in the Fitness Area. Outdoor practices will take place on the track next week.
Interested in forensics? Each summer, Trent University offers a week long DNA Forensic Science Camp, designed for students 13-18 who have an interest in science and forensics. For more information about this opportunity go to the TAS webpage and click on the link.
Monsanto Canada offers scholarships to deserving high school students entering post-secondary education in agriculture at a Canadian college or university. Scholarships must be completed by May 29, 2015. For a copy of the application, see Mrs. Nash in Guidance.
Senior Frisbee Tournamentis Thursday and Junior Frisbee Tournament is Friday. Bus leaves at 6:45 and returns at 5:30. There is no food vendors or convenience stores in the area of the arena so bring food and water for the entire day. Money and permission forms can be brought to Mrs. Staude in room 80 or to Mr. Armitage in the science office.
An Evening at the Cabaret presented by the TAS Musical Theatre Program takes place on Friday, April 10th at 7pm in the auditorium. Tickets are $5 for students and $8 for adults.
Ontario Public Service hires over 5000 summer students to work across Ontario in areas as; Park Ranger, Environment, Geology, Forest Technician, etc. The next job posting dates are March 20 - April 5. Visit www.gojobs.gov.on.ca to learn more.
Rugby Tour Highlights
Seniors at London Scottish
Juniors at London Scottish
Vimy Ridge Memorial
Buckingham Palace Posing with a Bobby Tres Chic at the Louvre
Girls' Rugby Team Ready To Begin Their European Tour
TAS takes part in the "Big Crunch" event that celebrates
healthy eating and student nutrition programs.
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)
Congratulations to the Cross Country Running Team for great year!
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
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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