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Daily Announcements & Schedule

  • 8:20 - 9:35 a.m.  Slot A (75 minutes)
  • 9:35 - 9:45 a.m.  Break (10 minutes)
  • 9:45 - 11:00 a.m.  Slot B (75 minutes)
  • 11:00 - 11:15 a.m.  Nutrition Break (15 minutes)
  • 11:15 - 12:30 p.m.  Slot C (75 minutes)
  • 12:30 - 1:20 p.m. Lunch (50 minutes)
  • 1:20 - 2:35 p.m. Slot D (75 minutes)
  • 2:35 p.m. Dismissal 
  • 2:40 p.m. Bus Departure

Monday

Monday, October 21, 2019

 

  • Today, it’s your vote, Sydenham Staff and Students.  Whether you’re 18 and an make your own check mark on the ballot or you’re younger and can talk to your family and friends about it.  Today’s Federal Election Vote is about creating the country we want.  Be sure to take part.  It really matters Sydenham! - Wallace

     

  • Hey Sydenham!  Did you know that it’s Islamic History Month in Canada right now?  It’s a celebration that seeks to share the history, heritage and culture of fellow proud Canadians.  Check out some facts in the Library and for more information go to “ihmcanada.com”! – Wallace

     

  • Express yourself Golden Eagles!  Take part in a Poetry and Short Story Competition that’s giving out $9,000.00 of cash prizes.  Posters are up around the school, and competition details have been given to your English Teachers and Ms. Wallace in the Library Commons. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12’s applying to University, pick up your PIN from Mr. Sanderson to start your application. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention ALL Grade 9 students.  This is a reminder that you should be setting up your work placement for Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day on Wednesday, November 6th.  Permission forms are due Thursday, October 31st to your Period 1 Teacher.Please see Mrs. Myers in Student Service if you need a form. – Myers

     

  • Golden Eagles who are interested in becoming teachers, we have a learning opportunity for you.  Speak to Ms. Wallace in the Library Commons to find out more. – Wallace

     

  • Attention all Music students and Concert Band Members!  There is a very exciting field trip opportunity for you!  On Friday, November 1st we will head to Toronto to see the Toronto Symphony Orchestra perform the score from Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, while the film plays on the big screen.  Trip cost is $100.00 and includes Coach bus transportation, time at the Eaton’s Centre, a 3 course meal and ticket to the show.  Spots will be reserved on a first come, first served basis.  Please see Ms. Martin for your permission form. – Martin

     

  • JR Girls Basketball will be practicing right after school today. – Richards

     

  • Dodgeball Intramurals are coming to SHS, this week!  Which grade will be the best?  Listen for announcements. – Rec Leadership

     

  • Concert Band will rehearse Wednesday, October 23 at lunch.  New members are welcome! – Martin

     

  • Any defensive player on the JR Football team should go to the Drama Room at lunch for film review with Coach Jeff. – Coach Hammer

     

  • Have you ever wanted to travel?  Have you wanted to learn about different cultures?  There is a Board wide trip to Japan available to SHS students.  That’s right, Japan.  The trip would be 12 days in March, 2021.  Do you think you may be interested?  Come to the meeting at lunch in Room 202 at the beginning of lunch.  That’s Room 202 if you are interested in going to Japan.  Today – see you there!! - McGregor

 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

 

  • Any students who are 18 or turning 18 this month, please make sure to stop by the Main Office to fill out your Freedom of Information Form.

 

  • If you require a bus note to go to a friend’s house or a place of work, please bring in a note signed by a parent or your parents can email Sandra Sands at sandss@limestone.on.ca

 

Tuesday

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

 

  • The Rec Leadership class will be tomorrow (Wednesday, October 16) at lunch – not today! – Richards

     

  • It’s your vote Sydenham!  Teens and post-teens have the right to shape our Canadian experience.  If you’re 18 or older, you get to vote in our Federal Elections, Monday, October 21.  And, if you’re younger than 18, you can learn about the issues and express your opinion with your family and friends.  Teens all over the world are showing they have a political voice.  You have the right to use yours. – Wallace

     

  • Hey Sydenham!  Did you know that it’s Islamic History Month in Canada right now?  It’s a celebration that seeks to share the history, heritage and culture of fellow proud Canadians.  Check out some facts in the Library and for more information go to “ihmcanada.com”! – Wallace

     

  • Express yourself Golden Eagles!  Take part in a Poetry and Short Story Competition that’s giving out $9,000.00 of cash prizes.  Posters are up around the school, and competition details have been given to your English Teachers and Ms. Wallace in the Library Commons. – Wallace

     

  • Field trip to The Screening Room, Wednesday, October 16th.  Are you a member of the Indigenous community?  Are you a member of Indigenous Matters?  Are you an ally who wants to learn more about Indigenous experience?  We’ve got a field trip to watch the film “Nipawistamasowin” – we will stand up.  Speak to Ms. Wallace in the Library Commons for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12’s applying to University, pick up your PIN from Mr. Sanderson to start your application. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention ALL Grade 9 students, Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day is Wednesday, November 6th.  Permission forms and information were given in all Period 1, Grade 9 Classes this week.  If you were away your Period 1 Teacher will have a form for you.  Permission forms can also be picked up in Student Services.  86% of Grade 9 student participated last year.  Let’s see if we can surpass that this year!  Permission forms are due October 31st. – Myers

     

  • Attention Ultimate Players, please attend our final practice before KASSAA after school today.  Be sure to speak to Ms. Martin or Mr. Conway if you cannot attend. – Martin and Conway

 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

 

  • Any students who are 18 or turning 18 this month, please make sure to stop by the Main Office to fill out your Freedom of Information Form.

 

  • If you require a bus note to go to a friend’s house or a place of work, please bring in a note signed by a parent or your parents can email Sandra Sands at sandss@limestone.on.ca

 

Wednesday

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

 

  • The Rec Leadership class will be today at lunch! – Richards

     

  • It’s your vote Sydenham!  Teens and post-teens have the right to shape our Canadian experience.If you’re 18 or older, you get to vote in our Federal Elections, Monday, October 21.  And, if you’re younger than 18, you can learn about the issues and express your opinion with your family and friends.  Teens all over the world are showing they have a political voice.  You have the right to use yours. – Wallace

     

  • Hey Sydenham!  Did you know that it’s Islamic History Month in Canada right now?  It’s a celebration that seeks to share the history, heritage and culture of fellow proud Canadians.  Check out some facts in the Library and for more information go to “ihmcanada.com”! – Wallace

     

  • Express yourself Golden Eagles!  Take part in a Poetry and Short Story Competition that’s giving out $9,000.00 of cash prizes.  Posters are up around the school, and competition details have been given to your English Teachers and Ms. Wallace in the Library Commons. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12’s applying to University, pick up your PIN from Mr. Sanderson to start your application. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention ALL Grade 9 students.  This is a reminder that you should be setting up your work placement for Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day on Wednesday, November 6th.  Permission forms are due Thursday, October 31st to your Period 1 Teacher.  Please see Mrs. Myers in Student Service if you need a form. – Myers

     

  • Concert Band practice Thursday, October 17 at lunch in the Music Room.  See you there! - Martin

 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

 

  • Any students who are 18 or turning 18 this month, please make sure to stop by the Main Office to fill out your Freedom of Information Form.

 

  • If you require a bus note to go to a friend’s house or a place of work, please bring in a note signed by a parent or your parents can email Sandra Sands at sandss@limestone.on.ca

 

Thursday

Thursday, October 17, 2019

 

  • There is a quick Juno meeting this Friday, October 18 at lunch.  All Juno members must be there! - Ricki

     

  • This coming Monday, October 21, it’s your vote, Sydenham Staff and Students.  Whether you’re 18 and an make your own check mark on the ballot or you’re younger and can talk to your family and friends about it.  Monday’s Federal Election Vote is about creating the country we want.  Be sure to take part.  It really matters Sydenham! - Wallace

     

  • Hey Sydenham!  Did you know that it’s Islamic History Month in Canada right now?  It’s a celebration that seeks to share the history, heritage and culture of fellow proud Canadians.  Check out some facts in the Library and for more information go to “ihmcanada.com”! – Wallace

     

  • Express yourself Golden Eagles!  Take part in a Poetry and Short Story Competition that’s giving out $9,000.00 of cash prizes.  Posters are up around the school, and competition details have been given to your English Teachers and Ms. Wallace in the Library Commons. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12’s applying to University, pick up your PIN from Mr. Sanderson to start your application. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention ALL Grade 9 students.  This is a reminder that you should be setting up your work placement for Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day on Wednesday, November 6th.  Permission forms are due Thursday, October 31st to your Period 1 Teacher.  Please see Mrs. Myers in Student Service if you need a form. – Myers

     

  • Concert Band practice today at lunch in the Music Room.  See you there! – Martin

     

  • Golden Eagles who are interested in becoming teachers, we have a learning opportunity for you.  Speak to Ms. Wallace in the Library Commons to find out more. – Wallace

     

  • There is a quick meeting for all KASSAA Cross Country Marshals and Bikers at the beginning of Nutrition Break in the Health Room (008) – Lawlor

     

  • There is a meeting for all Cross Country Runners in the Health Room (008) at the beginning of lunch. – Lawlor

     

  • A big Congratulations to our Ultimate Frisbee Team who represented our school at the KASSAA Championship.  Despite the cold, wet and windy weather, the team represented our school with outstanding spirit and grit!  Stay tuned for information about our celebration lunch! – Conway and Martin

 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

 

  • Any students who are 18 or turning 18 this month, please make sure to stop by the Main Office to fill out your Freedom of Information Form.

 

  • If you require a bus note to go to a friend’s house or a place of work, please bring in a note signed by a parent or your parents can email Sandra Sands at sandss@limestone.on.ca

 

Friday

Friday, October 18, 2019

 

  • There is a quick Juno meeting today at lunch.  All Juno members must be there! - Ricki

     

  • This coming Monday, October 21, it’s your vote, Sydenham Staff and Students.  Whether you’re 18 and an make your own check mark on the ballot or you’re younger and can talk to your family and friends about it.  Monday’s Federal Election Vote is about creating the country we want.  Be sure to take part.  It really matters Sydenham! - Wallace

     

  • Hey Sydenham!  Did you know that it’s Islamic History Month in Canada right now?  It’s a celebration that seeks to share the history, heritage and culture of fellow proud Canadians.  Check out some facts in the Library and for more information go to “ihmcanada.com”! – Wallace

     

  • Express yourself Golden Eagles!  Take part in a Poetry and Short Story Competition that’s giving out $9,000.00 of cash prizes.  Posters are up around the school, and competition details have been given to your English Teachers and Ms. Wallace in the Library Commons. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12’s applying to University, pick up your PIN from Mr. Sanderson to start your application. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention ALL Grade 9 students.  This is a reminder that you should be setting up your work placement for Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day on Wednesday, November 6th.  Permission forms are due Thursday, October 31st to your Period 1 Teacher.  Please see Mrs. Myers in Student Service if you need a form. – Myers

     

  • Golden Eagles who are interested in becoming teachers, we have a learning opportunity for you.Speak to Ms. Wallace in the Library Commons to find out more. – Wallace

     

  • Attention all Music students and Concert Band Members!  There is a very exciting field trip opportunity for you!  On Friday, November 1st we will head to Toronto to see the Toronto Symphony Orchestra perform the score from Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, while the film plays on the big screen.  Trip cost is $100.00 and includes Coach bus transportation, time at the Eaton’s Centre, a 3 course meal and ticket to the show.  Spots will be reserved on a first come, first served basis.  Please see Ms. Martin for your permission form. - Martin

 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

 

  • Any students who are 18 or turning 18 this month, please make sure to stop by the Main Office to fill out your Freedom of Information Form.

 

  • If you require a bus note to go to a friend’s house or a place of work, please bring in a note signed by a parent or your parents can email Sandra Sands at sandss@limestone.on.ca