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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, December 9, 2019

  

  • Are you interested in winning a bunch of free stuff?  The SHS Student Council are selling tickets for a mystery locker!  The Mystery Locker is filled with many gifts and surprises!  Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00 and will be sold today at the Map at lunch.  The draw will take place Monday, December 9th.  Any questions, please see Grayce Vandewal or Jess Reilly. – Student Council

     

  • Any students wishing to join the SHS Ski Trip to Calabogie Peaks scheduled for January 10th, please pick up a form from Sandra in the Main Office and return to her as well.  First come – first serve! – Hammer

     

  • Any experienced downhill skiers of SHS.  Please see Mr. Hammer to pick up forms for this year’s KASSAA training dates and races. – Hammer

     

  • Our SHS Indigenous students and their families are invited to attend a sharing session at the Limestone District School Board.  The event takes place tomorrow, Tuesday, December 10th from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.  You and your family can express your thoughts about your school experience.  LDSB is holding this information session because they want to serve you better.  Be heard!  Express your opinions!  Everyone can take part. – Wallace

     

  • Celebrate the Winter Solstice, Thursday, December 12th.  Come out to an Evening of Indigenous Cultural Activities at the Katarakwi Learning Centre, from 5: 45 – 7: 20 p.m.  Come down to the Library to sign up with Ms. Wallace. – Wallace

     

  • The Vocal Ensemble will rehearse on Tuesday, December 10 at lunch in the Music Room. – Martin

     

  • Attention Girls Hockey Players, we have a game today at Invista and dismissal is at 1:45 p.m. The bus will leave at 2:00 p.m. – S. Myers

     

  • The Concert Band will rehearse today and Wednesday this week.  Attendance is mandatory if you are coming on tour Thursday and Friday.  See you at lunch! – Martin

     

  • The Holiday Show is upon us!  The Holiday Show is the last day before the holidays – Friday, December 20th.  If you would like to perform a song, skit, dance or whatever else, please see Ms. Fraser in Student Services. - Fraser

 

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, December 10, 2019

  

  • Any students wishing to join the SHS Ski Trip to Calabogie Peaks scheduled for January 10th, please pick up a form from Sandra in the Main Office and return to her as well.  First come – first serve! – Hammer

     

  • Any experienced downhill skiers of SHS.  Please see Mr. Hammer to pick up forms for this year’s KASSAA training dates and races. – Hammer

     

  • Our SHS Indigenous students and their families are invited to attend a sharing session at the Limestone District School Board.  The event takes place today from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.  You and your family can express your thoughts about your school experience.  LDSB is holding this information session because they want to serve you better.  Be heard!  Express your opinions!  Everyone can take part. – Wallace

     

  • Celebrate the Winter Solstice, Thursday, December 12th.  Come out to an Evening of Indigenous Cultural Activities at the Katarakwi Learning Centre, from 5: 45 – 7: 20 p.m.  Come down to the Library to sign up with Ms. Wallace. – Wallace

     

  • The Vocal Ensemble will rehearse today at lunch in the Music Room. – Martin

     

  • Attention Girls Ice Hockey – this is a reminder that we have a tournament tomorrow in Napanee.  First game is at 9:30 a.m.  See Ms. Myers if you have questions or concerns. - S. Myers

     

  • The Concert Band will rehearse tomorrow.  Attendance is mandatory if you are coming on tour Thursday and Friday.  See you at lunch! – Martin

     

  • The Holiday Show is upon us!  The Holiday Show is the last day before the holidays – Friday, December 20th.  If you would like to perform a song, skit, dance or whatever else, please see Ms. Fraser in Student Services. – Fraser

     

  • Reminder to Debate Team members of meeting today at lunch in Room 219. – Baron

     

  • Attention Senior Students – Youreka Canada is a program designed to empower youth to become more involved in scientific community by developing technical and critical thing skills in the field of bio-information and bio-health science research.  If you are interested in working with Queen’s University to build scientific research and project skills with the opportunity to have a published research paper, please attend an information session held by Queen’s Youreka representative on Wednesday, December 11 in Room 209 at the beginning of lunch.  Please see Ms. Kresin for details. - Kresin

  

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, December 11, 2019

  

  • Any students wishing to join the SHS Ski Trip to Calabogie Peaks scheduled for January 10th, please pick up a form from Sandra in the Main Office and return to her as well.  First come – first serve! – Hammer

     

  • Any experienced downhill skiers of SHS.  Please see Mr. Hammer to pick up forms for this year’s KASSAA training dates and races. – Hammer

     

  • Celebrate the Winter Solstice, tomorrow.  Come out to an Evening of Indigenous Cultural Activities at the Katarakwi Learning Centre, from 5: 45 – 7: 20 p.m.  Come down to the Library to sign up with Ms. Wallace. – Wallace

     

  • The Concert Band will rehearse today.  Attendance is mandatory if you are coming on tour tomorrow and Friday.  See you at lunch! – Martin

     

  • The Holiday Show is upon us!  The Holiday Show is the last day before the holidays – Friday, December 20th.  If you would like to perform a song, skit, dance or whatever else, please see Ms. Fraser in Student Services. – Fraser

     

  • Attention Senior Students – Youreka Canada is a program designed to empower youth to become more involved in scientific community by developing technical and critical thing skills in the field of bio-information and bio-health science research.  If you are interested in working with Queen’s University to build scientific research and project skills with the opportunity to have a published research paper, please attend an information session held by Queen’s Youreka representative today in Room 209 at the beginning of lunch.Please see Ms. Kresin for details. – Kresin

     

  • Information on Graduation photos is posted outside Student Services.  All grade 12’s should book an appointment. - Sanderson

  

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, December 12, 2019

  

  • Any students wishing to join the SHS Ski Trip to Calabogie Peaks scheduled for January 10th, please pick up a form from Sandra in the Main Office and return to her as well.  First come – first serve! – Hammer

     

  • Any experienced downhill skiers of SHS.Please see Mr. Hammer to pick up forms for this year’s KASSAA training dates and races. – Hammer

     

  • The Holiday Show is upon us!  The Holiday Show is the last day before the holidays – Friday, December 20th.  If you would like to perform a song, skit, dance or whatever else, please see Ms. Fraser in Student Services. – Fraser

     

  • Information on Graduation photos is posted outside Student Services.  All grade 12’s should book an appointment. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention all students interested in competing in a Cooking or Baking competition through Skills Ontario.  Please go to a brief meeting in the Cooking Room at the start of lunch for some exciting news! – C. Walsh

     

  • Feeling stressed?  Stop by the board in the Main hallway for some helpful self-care strategies during the holiday season. - Ricki

  

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, December 13, 2019

  

  • The Holiday Show is upon us!  The Holiday Show is the last day before the holidays – Friday, December 20th.  If you would like to perform a song, skit, dance or whatever else, please see Ms. Fraser in Student Services. – Fraser

     

  • Information on Graduation photos is posted outside Student Services.  All grade 12’s should book an appointment. – Sanderson

     

  • Feeling stressed?  Stop by the board in the Main hallway for some helpful self-care strategies during the holiday season. – Ricki

     

  • Attention all Girls Hockey players – our final SHS game of 2019 is Monday, December 16 at Invista.  Dismissal will be at 2:15 and the bus will leave at 2:30 p.m. sharp.  Please remember to bring your team fees. – S. Myers

  

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

 

Starting from October 24

Friday, December 6, 2019

 

  • Come play some Classic European Handball today in the New Gym.  No sign ups needed.  Any questions see Chad Branscombe or Carter Mouncey. – Rec Leadership

     

  • Are you interested in winning a bunch of free stuff?  The SHS Student Council are selling tickets for a mystery locker!  The Mystery Locker is filled with many gifts and surprises!  Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00 and will be sold all this week at the Map at lunch.  The draw will take place Friday, December 6th.  Any questions, please see Grayce Vandewal or Jess Reilly. – Student Council

     

  • Movie night is postponed.  A new date will be announced in the new year. – Student Council

     

  • Any students wishing to join the SHS Ski Trip to Calabogie Peaks scheduled for January 10th, please pick up a form from Sandra in the Main Office and return to her as well.  First come – first serve! – Hammer

     

  • Any experienced downhill skiers of SHS.  Please see Mr. Hammer to pick up forms for this year’s KASSAA training dates and races. – Hammer

     

  • Our SHS Indigenous students and their families are invited to attend a sharing session at the Limestone District School Board.  The event takes place Tuesday, December 10th from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.  You and your family can express your thoughts about your school experience.  LDSB is holding this information session because they want to serve you better.  Be heard!  Express your opinions!  Everyone can take part. – Wallace

     

  • Merry Christmas Eagles!  Feeling that holiday spirit?  Come down to the Library today at lunch.  The Library will be closed for our annual decorating party!  See you there! – Wallace

     

  • Celebrate the Winter Solstice, Thursday, December 12th.  Come out to an Evening of Indigenous Cultural Activities at the Katarakwi Learning Centre, from 5: 45 – 7: 20 p.m.  Come down to the Library to sign up with Ms. Wallace. – Wallace

     

  • The Vocal Ensemble will rehearse today at lunch in the Music Room. – 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, December 5, 2019

  

  • Come play some Classic European Handball this Thursday and Friday in the New Gym.  No sign ups needed.Any questions see Chad Branscombe or Carter Mouncey. – Rec Leadership

     

  • Are you interested in winning a bunch of free stuff?  The SHS Student Council are selling tickets for a mystery locker!  The Mystery Locker is filled with many gifts and surprises!  Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00 and will be sold all this week at the Map at lunch.  The draw will take place Friday, December 6th.  Any questions, please see Grayce Vandewal or Jess Reilly. – Student Council

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  We are hosting a movie night on Friday, December 6th.  Admission is a non-perishable food item for the food bank, and a canteen will be available.  It will take place in the Drama Room from 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. – Student Council

     

  • The Concert Band will rehearse today at lunch in the Music Room.  We will be doing a run-through of all songs for the school tour. – Martin

     

  • Any students wishing to join the SHS Ski Trip to Calabogie Peaks scheduled for January 10th, please pick up a form from Sandra in the Main Office and return to her as well.  First come – first serve! – Hammer

     

  • Any experienced downhill skiers of SHS.  Please see Mr. Hammer to pick up forms for this year’s KASSAA training dates and races. – Hammer

     

  • Our SHS Indigenous students and their families are invited to attend a sharing session at the Limestone District School Board.  The event takes place Tuesday, December 10th from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.  You and your family can express your thoughts about your school experience.  LDSB is holding this information session because they want to serve you better.  Be heard!  Express your opinions!  Everyone can take part. – Wallace

     

  • Merry Christmas Eagles!  Feeling that holiday spirit?  Come down to the Library this Friday, December 6 at lunch.  The Library will be closed for our annual decorating party!  See you there! – Wallace

     

  • Super, super lovely – celebrate the Winter Solstice, Thursday, December 12th.  Come out to an Evening of Indigenous Cultural Activities at the Katarakwi Learning Centre, from 5: 45 – 7: 20 p.m.  Come down to the Library to sign up with Ms. Wallace. – Wallace

     

  • The Vocal Ensemble will rehearse tomorrow at lunch in the Music Room. – Martin

     

  • This is a message for all Grade 11 and 12 students, you will be attending a Safe Winter Driving event in Slot C today.  Please take outdoor clothing to Slot C. – Roantree

  

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, December 4, 2019

  

Teacher Strike Day


Tuesday, December 3, 2019

  

  • Come play some Classic European Handball this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in the New Gym.  No sign ups needed.  Any questions see Chad Branscombe or Carter Mouncey. – Rec Leadership

     

  • Are you interested in winning a bunch of free stuff?  The SHS Student Council are selling tickets for a mystery locker!  The Mystery Locker is filled with many gifts and surprises!  Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00 and will be sold all this week at the Map at lunch.  The draw will take place Friday, December 6th.  Any questions, please see Grayce Vandewal or Jess Reilly. – Student Council

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  We are hosting a movie night on Friday, December 6th.  Admission is a non-perishable food item for the food bank, and a canteen will be available.  It will take place in the Drama Room from 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. – Student Council

     

  • The Concert Band will meet on Tuesday and Thursday at lunch this week.  Tuesday will focus on tricky rhythms.  Thursday will be a full run through of repertoire. – Martin

     

  • Any students wishing to join the SHS Ski Trip to Calabogie Peaks scheduled for January 9th, please pick up a form from Sandra in the Main Office and return to her as well.  First come – first serve! – Hammer

     

  • Any experienced downhill skiers of SHS.  Please see Mr. Hammer during 15 minute break to pick up forms for this year’s KASSAA training dates and races. – Hammer

     

  • Our SHS Indigenous students and their families are invited to attend a sharing session at the Limestone District School Board.  The event takes place Tuesday, December 10th from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.  You and your family can express your thoughts about your school experience.  LDSB is holding this information session because they want to serve you better.  Be heard!  Express your opinions!  Everyone can take part. – Wallace

     

  • Any SR Boys interested in Friday morning pick up soccer need to come to a meeting in Room 008 at the Nutrition Break. – Lawlor

     

  • Merry Christmas Eagles!  Feeling that holiday spirit?  Come down to the Library this Friday, December 6 at lunch.  The Library will be closed for our annual decorating party!  See you there! – Wallace

     

  • Reminder to the Debate Team members of the meeting today at lunch in Room 219. – Baron

     

  • Super, super lovely – celebrate the Winter Solstice, Thursday, December 12th.  Come out to an Evening of Indigenous Cultural Activities at the Katarakwi Learning Centre, from 5: 45 – 7: 20 p.m.  Come down to the Library to sign up with Ms. Wallace. – Wallace

     

  • JR Football players should stop and see Mr. Hammer during the 15 minute break today. – Coach Hammer

 

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

 


Monday, December 2, 2019

  

  • Come play some Classic European Handball this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in the New Gym.  No sign ups needed.  Any questions see Chad Branscombe or Carter Mouncey. – Rec Leadership

     

  • Are you interested in winning a bunch of free stuff?  The SHS Student Council are selling tickets for a mystery locker!  The Mystery Locker is filled with many gifts and surprises!  Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00 and will be sold all this week at the Map at lunch.  The draw will take place Friday, December 6th.  Any questions, please see Grayce Vandewal or Jess Reilly. – Student Council

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  We are hosting a movie night on Friday, December 6th.  Admission is a non-perishable food item for the food bank, and a canteen will be available.  It will take place in the Drama Room from 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. – Student Council

     

  • The Concert Band will meet on Tuesday and Thursday at lunch this week.  Tuesday will focus on tricky rhythms.  Thursday will be a full run through of repertoire. – Martin

     

  • There is an important meeting for all members of the Vocal Ensemble today at lunch.  Please plan to attend or communicate with Ms. Martin if you are unable to do so. – Martin

     

  • Attention all Girls Hockey players, we have a game today at 1:00 p.m. at Centre 70 vs. LaSalle Secondary School.  Dismissal will be at 11:45 a.m.  The bus will leave at 12:00 p.m. sharp! – S. Myers / Peters

     

  • Any students wishing to join the SHS Ski Trip to Calabogie Peaks scheduled for January 10th, please pick up a form from Sandra in the Main Office and return to her as well.  First come – first serve! – Hammer

     

  • Any experienced downhill skiers of SHS.  Please see Mr. Hammer during 15 minute break to pick up forms for this year’s KASSAA training dates and races. - Hammer

 

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, November 28, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:  the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12 students who are applying to College or University should have started the process by now, see Mr. Sanderson if you have any questions. – Sanderson

     

  • Are you thinking about a career in teaching or working with people.  Becoming a tutor can give you great experiences!  There is a local Grade 5 student looking for a student-tutor who can help with Math and French.  Please see Mrs. Myers in Student Services if you are interested. – S Myers

     

  • The Vocal Ensemble will rehearse Thursday. - Martin

     

  • Come play some Classic European Handball next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in the New Gym.  No sign ups needed.  Any questions see Chad Branscombe or Carter Mouncey. – Rec Leadership

     

  • Attention SHS, we are putting a float in the Sydenham Santa Claus Parade this Saturday, November 30th.  If you want to be a part, come to the Firehall on Stage Coach Road, wearing red and gold or a school jersey!  Please meet no later than 9:30 a.m. as Parade starts at 10:00 a.m. sharp!  Any questions, please see Mr. Peters. – Peters

     

  • Are you interested in winning a bunch of free stuff?  The SHS Student Council are selling tickets for a mystery locker!  The Mystery Locker is filled with many gifts and surprises!  Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00 and will be sold all next week at the Map at lunch.  The draw will take place next Friday, December 6th.  Any questions, please see Grayce Vandewal or Jess Reilly. – Student Council

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  We are hosting a movie night on Friday, December 6th.  Admission is a non-perishable food item for the food bank, and a canteen will be available.  It will take place in the Drama Room from 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. – Student Council

 

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, November 27, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:  the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12 students who are applying to College or University should have started the process by now, see Mr. Sanderson if you have any questions. – Sanderson

     

  • Are you thinking about a career in teaching or working with people.  Becoming a tutor can give you great experiences!  There is a local Grade 5 student looking for a student-tutor who can help with Math and French.  Please see Mrs. Myers in Student Services if you are interested. – S Myers

     

  • Attention all girls on the Hockey team.  This is a reminder that we have a tournament tomorrow, Thursday, November 28.  Don’t forget to sign up for Remind! – S Myers

     

  • The Concert Band will rehearse on Wednesday this week.  The Vocal Ensemble will rehearse Thursday. - Martin

     

  • Come play some Classic European Handball this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in the New Gym.  No sign ups needed.  Any questions see Chad Branscombe or Carter Mouncey. – Rec Leadership

     

  • Could all the students participating in the Kingston Math League Competition tomorrow, please drop in and see Mr. Love sometime today. – Love

     

  • Attention SHS, we are putting a float in the Sydenham Santa Claus Parade this Saturday, November 30th.  If you want to be a part, come to the Firehall on Stage Coach Road, wearing red and gold or a school jersey!  Please meet no later than 9:30 a.m. as Parade starts at 10:00 a.m. sharp!  Any questions, please see Mr. Peters. – Peters

     

  • Are you interested in winning a bunch of free stuff?  The SHS Student Council are selling tickets for a mystery locker!  The Mystery Locker is filled with many gifts and surprises!  Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00 and will be sold all next week at the Map at lunch.  The draw will take place next Friday, December 6th.  Any questions, please see Grayce Vandewal or Jess Reilly. – Student Council

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  We are hosting a movie night on Friday, December 6th.  Admission is a non-perishable food item for the food bank, however a canteen will be available.  It will take place in the Drama Room. – Student Council

 

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, November 26, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12 students who are applying to College or University should have started the process by now, see Mr. Sanderson if you have any questions. – Sanderson

     

  • Golden Eagles, today we are joined by three (3) Indigenous Knowledge Keeps and Guides.Together they are leading 120 students, grade7 through 12, through an important, full day workshop.  Using multi-media art, stories and song, they are learning how to honour the experiences of Residential School Survivors.  Please note the Cafeteria is closed all day for this event, but the servery is still open. – Wallace

     

  • Are you thinking about a career in teaching or working with people.  Becoming a tutor can give you great experiences!  There is a local Grade 5 student looking for a student-tutor who can help with Math and French.  Please see Mrs. Myers in Student Services if you are interested. – S Myers

     

  • Attention all girls on the Hockey team.  This is a reminder that we have a tournament coming up on Thursday, November 28.  Don’t forget to sign up for Remind! – S Myers

     

  • The Concert Band will rehearse on Monday and Wednesday this week.  The Vocal Ensemble will rehearse Tuesday and Thursday.

 

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

 


Monday, November 25, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:  the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12 students who are applying to College or University should have started the process by now, see Mr. Sanderson if you have any questions. – Sanderson

     

  • All members of the JR Football team, there is a meeting today at lunch in the Drama Room - Ryan

     

  • Sydenham, tomorrow is a very special day.  We are hosting a workshop called, DRAWING TOGETHER WITH INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE KEEPERS.  Five (5) schools and over 120 students are taking part, Grades 7 through 12.  The cafeteria will be closed, all day for this event.  If you are signed up to participate, please stop by and confirm your attendance with Ms. Wallace in the Library. – Wallace

     

  • Are you thinking about a career in teaching or working with people.  Becoming a tutor can give you great experiences!  There is a local Grade 5 student looking for a student-tutor who can help with Math and French.  Please see Mrs. Myers in Student Services if you are interested. – S Myers

     

  • Attention all girls on the Hockey team.This is a reminder that we have a tournament coming up on Thursday, November 28.  Don’t forget to sign up for Remind! – S Myers

     

  • The Concert Band will rehearse on Monday and Wednesday this week.  The Vocal Ensemble will rehearse Tuesday and Thursday. - 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, November 22, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:  the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.    One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12 students who are applying to College or University should have started the process by now, see Mr. Sanderson if you have any questions. – Sanderson

     

  • JR Football players of SHS!  Respect to you for all that you gave in yesterday’s competition.  You made SHS proud with the grit, the will and the determination and you have nothing to hang your heads over.  We will have a meeting at lunch in the Drama Room to wrap up the season.  If you have your equipment, please drop it off to Coach Hammer’s classroom. – Coach Hammer

     

  • Did you know that next Tuesday, November 26, Sydenham High School is hosting a workshop for five (5) different schools.  Over 120 students will be participating, including Golden Eagles.  The workshop is called, “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Students from Grade 7 through 12 will be learning how to turn Canadian History that impacted our Indigenous population, into thoughtful art. – Wallace

     

  • Are you thinking about a career in teaching or working with people.  Becoming a tutor can give you great experiences!  There is a local Grade 5 student looking for a student-tutor who can help with Math and French.  Please see Mrs. Myers in Student Services if you are interested. – S Myers

     

  • Attention all girls on the Hockey team.  This is a reminder that we have a tournament coming up on Thursday, November 28.Don’t forget to sign up for Remind! – S Myers

     

  • There is NO Track North running tonight after school.  Try to run at lunch instead. - Lawlor

 

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, November 21, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:  the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12 students who are applying to College or University should have started the process by now, see Mr. Sanderson if you have any questions. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  There will be an Extreme Simon Says in the New Gym during lunch this Thursday, November 21!  Chocolate and candy prizes will be given to the three (3) longest lasting players! – Rec Leadership

     

  • Vocal Ensemble will rehearse today at lunch in the Music Room. – Martin

     

  • Good Morning SHS!  The JR Football team has worked really hard this year to play and compete for the KASSAA title.  The team would love to see you in the Stadium cheering them on!  So get on the FAN BUS and show your SHS spirit.  Let’s make a sea of red and gold tomorrow and put the electricity into “Eagle Power”.  Don’t let Snap Chat interfere with your ability to come and cheer!  1, 2, 3, … Eagles! – Coach Hammer

     

  • Any students wanting to go on the FAN BUS to today’s game, you need to hand your permission form into Student Services.  If your form is not handed in you will not be allowed on the bus. – Love

     

  • Did you know that next Tuesday, November 26, Sydenham High School is hosting a workshop for five (5) different schools.  Over 120 students will be participating, including Golden Eagles.  The workshop is called, “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Students from Grade 7 through 12 will be learning how to turn Canadian History that impacted our Indigenous population, into thoughtful art. – Wallace

     

  • JR Boys Football will need to be dismissed at 2:00 pm to get prepared for today’s championship game.  EAGLE POWER! – Coach Hammer

 

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, November 20, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:  the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12 students who are applying to College or University should have started the process by now, see Mr. Sanderson if you have any questions. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  There will be an Extreme Simon Says in the New Gym during lunch next Thursday, November 21!  Come and have some fun! – Rec Leadership

     

  • Concert Band will rehearse today at lunch.  Vocal Ensemble will rehearse tomorrow, Thursday, November 21 at lunch.  Please see Ms. Martin if you need music. – Martin

     

  • Attention all girls playing Ice Hockey on the School Hockey Team this year.  There will be a very important Team meeting today, right at the beginning of lunch.  The Team meeting will be in Conference Room 2, which is right beside Room 110. – S. Myers

     

  • Good Morning SHS!  The JR Football team has worked really hard this year to play and compete for the KASSAA title.  The team would love to see you in the Stadium cheering them on!  So get on the FAN BUS and show your SHS spirit.  Let’s make a sea of red and gold tomorrow and put the electricity into “Eagle Power”.  Don’t let Snap Chat interfere with your ability to come and cheer!1, 2, 3, … Eagles! – Coach Hammer

     

  • Any students that want to go on a FAN BUS to support or JR Football team in tomorrow’s Championship game MUST come to a brief meeting today at 11:00 a.m. in Room 101 to get information and a permission form. – Love

     

  • Did you know that next Tuesday, November 26, Sydenham High School is hosting a workshop for five (5) different schools.  Over 120 students will be participating, including Golden Eagles.  The workshop is called, “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Students from Grade 7 through 12 will be learning how to turn Canadian History that impacted our Indigenous population, into thoughtful art. - Wallace

 

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, November 19, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12 students who are applying to College or University should have started the process by now, see Mr. Sanderson if you have any questions. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  There will be an Extreme Simon Says in the New Gym during lunch next Thursday, November 21!  Come and have some fun! – Rec Leadership

     

  • Vocal Ensemble will rehearse Thursday, November 21 at lunch.  Please see Ms. Martin if you need music. – Martin

     

  • Attention all girls trying out for Ice Hockey this year.  Due to the low and inconsistent try-out attendance, plus costly ice rental and bussing there will NOT be a third try-out.  Final cuts have been made and the Team List will be posted sometime today beside the Spin Room.  There will be a very important Team meeting tomorrow right at the beginning of lunch.  The Team meeting will be in Conference Room 2 which is right beside Room 110.  Thanks to everyone who tried out this year. – S. Myers

     

  • JR Football players need to be dismissed from class today at 1:45 p.m. – Coach Hammer

 

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

 


Monday, November 18, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12 students who are applying to College or University should have started the process by now, see Mr. Sanderson if you have any questions. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  There will be an Extreme Simon Says in the New Gym during lunch next Thursday, November 21!  Come and have some fun! – Rec Leadership

     

  • The Concert Band will rehearse today at lunch.  Vocal Ensemble rehearsal is cancelled tomorrow, Tuesday, November 20 but will rehearse Thursday, November 21 at lunch.  Please see Ms. Martin if you need music. – Martin

     

  • Attention all SYDHS hockey league players, games for SYDS hockey league starts tonight and Tuesday, November 19.  Mr. Cook will send out an email to notify players once the rosters have been set and they will be posted on his website.  If you didn’t receive an email or need the web address, then please see Mr. Cook today.  If you would still like to play in the league, but haven’t signed up yet, then please see Mr. Cook today.  There is still space. – Cook and Roantree

     

  • Attention all girls trying out for Ice Hockey, the final try-out will be this Thursday, November 21 at 4:00 p.m. at Frontenac Community Arena.  There will be a bus provided to and from the try-out.  The cost is $5.00.  A list will be posted early this week, listing those invited to the final try-out.  The list will be posted by the Spin Room. – S. Myers

     

  • There is a meeting for Track North today at lunch in Room 210 (by the Art Room).  Track North is a winter fitness program.  It is for anyone who wants to get fit or stay fit during the winter.  The meeting will start at 12:40 p.m. - Lawlor

 

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, November 15, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Guelph and Redeemer Universities are here this week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Hey Golden Eagles, if you self-identify as First Nations, Metis, and / or Inuit, you are invited to a day long workshop here at SHS on Tuesday, November 26.  Five (5) other schools are taking part.  The workshop is called “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Members of the Indigenous Matters are also invited.  Look for the posters around the school and sign up by November 15th. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Grade 12 students who are applying to College or University should have started the process by now, see Mr. Sanderson if you have any questions. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  There will be an Extreme Simon Says in the New Gym during lunch next Thursday, November 21!  Come and have some fun! – Rec Leadership

     

  • Attention SHS music students!  We are amping up for the holiday season, school tours and concerts.  The Concert Band will rehearse on Monday and Wednesday next week and the Vocal Ensemble will rehearse Tuesday and Thursday.  Please mark these rehearsals in your phones and calendars and come see Ms. Martin if you need music. – Martin

     

  • There will be a brief SR Boys Basketball meeting at lunch in Room 208. – B. Walsh

     

  • Attention all SYDHS hockey league players, games for SYDS hockey league start this coming Monday and Tuesday.  Mr. Cook will send out an email to notify players once the rosters have been set and they will be posted on his website.  That may be done by the end of the day, but definitely by the end of tomorrow.  If you didn’t receive an email yesterday or need the web address, then please see Mr. Cook today.  If you would still like to play in the league, but haven’t signed up yet, then please see Mr. Cook today.  There is still space. – Cook and Roantree

 

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, November 14, 2019

  

  • 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?Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Guelph and Redeemer Universities are here this week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Hey Golden Eagles, if you self-identify as First Nations, Metis, and / or Inuit, you are invited to a day long workshop here at SHS on Tuesday, November 26.  Five (5) other schools are taking part.The workshop is called “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Members of the Indigenous Matters are also invited.  Look for the posters around the school and sign up by November 15th. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Attention anyone trying out for Girls Ice Hockey, we are inviting everyone back to try-out # 2.  The list is posted near the Spin Room.  See you there today, Frontenac Community Arena at 4:00 p.m.  Bus leaves at 3:00 p.m. and return to the school after the try-out.  Please bring $5.00 per try-out.  Mrs. Myers needs to know today if you CANNOT attend tomorrow’s try-out.  Stop by my office today or email atmyerssh@limestone.on.ca.  Note:  For those who are trying out for Volleyball, you can let me know tomorrow. – S. Myers

     

  • The SHS Vocal Ensemble will meet today at lunch in the Music Room.  New singers welcome, no experience necessary. – Martin

     

  • JR Football players:  Please check with Coach Hammer during 15 minute break for today’s plan. – Coach Hammer

     

  • Attention all Juno members, there will be a meeting today at lunch in Room 101. – Ricki

     

  • Grade 12 students who are applying to College or University should have started the process by now, see Mr. Sanderson if you have any questions. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  There will be an Extreme Simon Says in the New Gym during lunch next Thursday, November 21!Come and have some fun! – Rec Leadership

 

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, November 13, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Guelph and Redeemer Universities are here this week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Hey Golden Eagles, if you self-identify as First Nations, Metis, and / or Inuit, you are invited to a day long workshop here at SHS on Tuesday, November 26.  Five (5) other schools are taking part.  The workshop is called “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Members of the Indigenous Matters are also invited.  Look for the posters around the school and sign up by November 15th. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:  the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Attention anyone trying out for Girls Ice Hockey, we are inviting everyone back to try-out # 2.  The list is posted near the Spin Room.  See you there tomorrow (Thursday, November 14), Frontenac Community Arena at 4:00 p.m.  Bus leaves at 3:00 p.m. and return to the school after the try-out.  Please bring $5.00 per try-out.  Mrs. Myers needs to know today if you CANNOT attend tomorrow’s try-out.  Stop by my office today or email atmyerssh@limestone.on.ca.  Note:  For those who are trying out for Volleyball, you can let me know tomorrow. – S. Myers

     

  • Concert Band will rehearse today at lunch in the Music Room. – Martin

     

  • The SHS Vocal Ensemble will meet tomorrow, Thursday, November 14 at lunch in the Music Room.  New singers welcome, no experience necessary. – Martin

     

  • Just a reminder to all Cross Country runners that the team dinner is tonight after school. – Lawlor

     

  • The first try-out for the SR Girls Volleyball team will be tonight at 2:45 p.m. in the New Gym. – English

     

  • JR Football players:  Please check with Coach Hammer during 15 minute break for today’s plan. – Coach Hammer

 

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, November 12, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Guelph and Redeemer Universities are here this week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • For all guys planning on playing boys hockey this season, whether in the house league or on the varsity team, this is a reminder that forms and money are due today.  If you want to play, but will not be able to meet this deadline, please let Mr. Cook know this and get your forms and money in ASAP. – Cook and Roantree

     

  • Hey Golden Eagles, if you self-identify as First Nations, Metis, and / or Inuit, you are invited to a day long workshop here at SHS on Tuesday, November 26.  Five (5) other schools are taking part.  The workshop is called “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Members of the Indigenous Matters are also invited.Look for the posters around the school and sign up by November 15th. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Attention all girls at Sydenham High School, who are interested in trying out for the girl’s school hockey team. Try-outs start today, Tuesday, November 12 from 4:00 – 5:00 pm at Frontenac Community Arena.  Hockey bags can be stored on the stage in the main Gym.  A bus will be provided to the try-outs and then back to the school after the try-out.  Bus leaves the school at 3:00 pm sharp.You must be signed up with Mrs. Myers in order to attend the try-outs.  See Mrs. Myers in Student Services today if you haven’t signed up. – S. Myers

     

  • Attention JR Boys Basketballers!  The first try-out will be tonight from 4:15 – 5:30 pm in the Main Gym.  Please see Mr. Walsh if you haven’t signed up or if you can’t attend. – B. Walsh

     

  • Attention SR Boys!  Try-out tonight right after school in the New Gym. – B. Walsh

     

  • Concert Band will rehearse Wednesday, November 13 at lunch in the Music Room. – Martin

     

  • The SHS Vocal Ensemble will meet Thursday, November 14 at lunch in the Music Room.  New singers welcome, no experience necessary. – Martin

     

  • Any girls interested in playing on the SR Girls Volleyball team, there will be a quick meeting today at Nutrition Break in the Main Gym. - 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

 


Monday, November 11, 2019

 

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Guelph and Redeemer Universities are here this week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Attention Boys Hockey Players.  If you missed the meeting last week and are still interested in playing, then see Mr. Cook anytime today or Monday, November 11 to get information and pick up forms.Forms are due Tuesday, November 12 and it’s first come first served. – Cook and Roantree

     

  • Hey Golden Eagles, if you self-identify as First Nations, Metis, and / or Inuit, you are invited to a day long workshop here at SHS on Tuesday, November 26.  Five (5) other schools are taking part.  The workshop is called “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Members of the Indigenous Matters are also invited.Look for the posters around the school and sign up by November 15th. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Attention all girls at Sydenham High School, who are interested in trying out for the girls school hockey team.  Try-outs start tomorrow, Tuesday, November 12 from 4:00 – 5:00 pm at Frontenac Community Arena.  Hockey bags can be stored on the stage in the main Gym.  A bus will be provided to the try-outs and then back to the school after the try-out.  Bus leaves the school at 3:00 pm sharp.  You must be signed up with Mrs. Myers in order to attend the try-outs.  See Mrs. Myers in Student Services today if you haven’t signed up. – S. Myers

     

  • Attention JR Boys Basketballers!  Try-outs start Tuesday, November 12. – B. Walsh

     

  • Attention SR Boys!  The first Basketball try-out for SR Boys will be today at 2:45 p.m. in the Main Gym.  See you there! – B. Walsh

     

  • Attention all Grade 9 and 10 Girls who are trying out for the JR Girls Volleyball team.  Our first try-out is tonight at 4:15 p.m. in the Main Gym.  Please see Ms. Walsh if you can’t attend. – C. Walsh

 

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, November 8, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Are you currently active with a Cadet Corps?  Are you available to be part of the SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  If you answered yes and yes, please see Mrs. Bartlett in the Main Office. – Bartlett

     

  • Remembrance Day is coming up – do you have a family member that is in the Military now or an ancestor that served?  Would you like them to be remembered and honoured at our SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  Email or bring in a photo and description to add to our annual slideshow and leave it with Mrs. Bartlett, Mr. Roantree or Ms. Blin. – Blin

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Guelph and Redeemer Universities are here next week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • Attention Boys Hockey Players.  If you missed the meeting yesterday and are still interested in playing, then see Mr. Cook anytime today or Monday, November 11 to get information and pick up forms.  Forms are due Tuesday, November 12 and it’s first come first served. – Cook and Roantree

     

  • Hey Golden Eagles, if you self-identify as First Nations, Metis, and / or Inuit, you are invited to a day long workshop here at SHS on Tuesday, November 26.  Five (5) other schools are taking part.The workshop is called “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Members of the Indigenous Matters are also invited.  Look for the posters around the school and sign up by November 15th. – Wallace

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • JR Football Offensive meeting today at lunch in the Drama Room – Coach Hammer

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Attention all girls at Sydenham High School, who are interested in trying out for the girls school hockey team. Try-outs start next week, Tuesday, November 12 and Thursday, November 14 at Frontenac Community Arena from 4:00 – 5:00 pm.  The third try-out will be Thursday, November 21.  Please note – you must sign up with Mrs. Myer before you attend a try-out.  If you missed the sign up meeting, see Mrs. Myers in Student Services. – S. Myers

     

  • This week is Treaty Recognition Week – the word Treaty means an agreement or an arrangement.  A Treaty is between two (2) people or groups where both sides accept the arrangement and promise to do things for each other.  When people from Europe sailed across the ocean and decided to settle here, they made agreements and arrangements with the people who were already living there.  These Canadian settlers made Treaties with the Indigenous people of Canada.  This week we recognize the importance of keeping the promises that were made between people that came from Europe … 300 years ago … and the people that had been living on these lands for thousands of years.

     

  • Attention JR Boys Basketballers!  There will be a quick meeting today at lunch for any JR boys interested in trying out for Basketball in Room 110.  Please see Mr. Walsh if you cannot make it.  Try-outs start Tuesday, November 12. – B. Walsh

     

  • Attention SR Boys!  The first Basketball try-out for SR Boys will be Monday, November 11 at 2:45 p.m. in the Main Gym.  See you there! – B. Walsh

     

  • Attention all Grade 9 and 10 Girls who are trying out for the JR Girls Volleyball team.  Our first try-out is Monday, November 11 at 4:15 p.m. in the Main Gym.  Please see Ms. Walsh if you can’t attend. – C. Walsh

 

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, November 7, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Are you currently active with a Cadet Corps?  Are you available to be part of the SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  If you answered yes and yes, please see Mrs. Bartlett in the Main Office. – Bartlett

     

  • Remembrance Day is coming up – do you have a family member that is in the Military now or an ancestor that served?  Would you like them to be remembered and honoured at our SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  Email or bring in a photo and description to add to our annual slideshow and leave it with Mrs. Bartlett, Mr. Roantree or Ms. Blin. – Blin

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Ryerson and McMaster Universities are here this week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Guelph and Redeemer Universities are here next week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • This announcement is for any guy at SHS who plays ice hockey.  If you are a guy at SHS who plays ice hockey and may be interested in playing in the school house league called SYD’s Hockey League or the school varsity team, then please plan to come to an information meeting in Mr. Cook’s room (Room 107) today at the beginning of lunch.  All skill levels are welcome! – Cook and Roantree

     

  • Hey Golden Eagles, if you self-identify as First Nations, Metis, and / or Inuit, you are invited to a day long workshop here at SHS on Tuesday, November 26.  Five (5) other schools are taking part.  The workshop is called “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Members of the Indigenous Matters are also invited.  Look for the posters around the school and sign up by November 15th. – Wallace

     

  • Do you like to sing?  Calling all vocalists, shower singers and people who hum along to music on the radio.  We’re starting an SHS Vocal Ensemble.  Come join us in the Music Room today at lunch.  No experience necessary. – Martin

     

  • Attention SHS students, student cards are being sold every Tuesday and Thursday in November at lunch at the Map.  Student cards are used to get into school dances and other school events. – Student Council

     

  • There will be a Cross Country meeting today at lunch in Room 008 (Health Room). – Lawlor

     

  • Defensive meeting in Drama Room today at lunch for JR Football. – Coach Hammer

     

  • Golden Eagles who love making videos:  the Kingston Canadian Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions for the Youth Shorts category for the 2020 Festival.  Your work will be shown along side professional films from across Canada.  One of the youth short films will be selected by a festival jury to receive the Youth Short Film Award, which also comes with a prize.  The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.  Talk to Ms. Wallace for more details. – Wallace

     

  • Attention all girls at Sydenham High School, who are interested in trying out for the girls school hockey team.   Try-outs start next week, Tuesday, November 12 and Thursday, November 14 at Frontenac Community Arena from 4:00 – 5:00 pm.  The third try-out will be Thursday, November 21.Please note – you must sign up with Mrs. Myers before you attend a try-out.  If you missed the sign up meeting, see Mrs. Myers in Student Services. – S. Myers

     

  • This week is Treaty Recognition Week – the word Treaty means an agreement or an arrangement.  A Treaty is between two (2) people or groups where both sides accept the arrangement and promise to do things for each other.  When people from Europe sailed across the ocean and decided to settle here, they made agreements and arrangements with the people who were already living there.  These Canadian settlers made Treaties with the Indigenous people of Canada.  This week we recognize the importance of keeping the promises that were made between people that came from Europe … 300 years ago … and the people that had been living on these lands for thousands of years.

 

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, November 5, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Attention all Grade 9 Students – Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day is this week, on Wednesday, November 6.  You can still participate, it’s not too late!  All forms must be in by end of the day tomorrow, Tuesday, November 5.  Extra forms are available in Student Services.  If you are not participating, it will be a regular school day. – S. Myers

     

  • Are you currently active with a Cadet Corps?  Are you available to be part of the SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  If you answered yes and yes, please see Mrs. Bartlett in the Main Office. – Bartlett

     

  • Remembrance Day is coming up – do you have a family member that is in the Military now or an ancestor that served?  Would you like them to be remembered and honoured at our SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  Email or bring in a photo and description to add to our annual slideshow and leave it with Mrs. Bartlett, Mr. Roantree or Ms. Blin. – Blin

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Ryerson and McMaster Universities are here this week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Guelph and Redeemer Universities are here next week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • This announcement is for any guy at SHS who plays ice hockey.  If you are a guy at SHS who plays ice hockey and may be interested in playing in the school house league called SYD’s Hockey League or the school varsity team, then please plan to come to an information meeting in Mr. Cook’s room (Room 107) this Thursday, November 7 at the beginning of lunch.  All skill levels are welcome! – Cook and Roantree

     

  • The JR Football meeting for today at lunch has been postponed until next week. – Coach Hammer

     

  • Hey Golden Eagles, if you self-identify as First Nations, Metis, and / or Inuit, you are invited to a day long workshop here at SHS on Tuesday, November 26.  Five (5) other schools are taking part.The workshop is called “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Members of the Indigenous Matters are also invited.  Look for the posters around the school and sign up by November 15th. – Wallace

     

  • Debate Team members are reminded of the meeting today at lunch in Room 219. – Baron

     

  • Do you like to sing?  Calling all vocalists, shower singers and people who hum along to music on the radio.  We’re starting an SHS Vocal Ensemble.  Come join us in the Music Room Thursday, November 7 at lunch.  No experience necessary. - 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

 


Monday, November 4, 2019

  

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Attention all Grade 9 Students – Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day is this week, on Wednesday, November 6.  You can still participate, it’s not too late!  All forms must be in by end of the day tomorrow, Tuesday, November 5.  Extra forms are available in Student Services.  If you are not participating, it will be a regular school day. – S. Myers

     

  • Are you currently active with a Cadet Corps?  Are you available to be part of the SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  If you answered yes and yes, please see Mrs. Bartlett in the Main Office. – Bartlett

     

  • Remembrance Day is coming up – do you have a family member that is in the Military now or an ancestor that served?  Would you like them to be remembered and honoured at our SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  Email or bring in a photo and description to add to our annual slideshow and leave it with Mrs. Bartlett, Mr. Roantree or Ms. Blin. – Blin

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Ryerson and McMaster Universities are here this week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention all girl hockey players!  Girls Hockey Tryouts are right around the corner.  All girls from Grade 9 – 12 are welcome to tryout.  There will be a sign up meeting today, Monday, November 4th right at the beginning of lunch.  The sign up meeting will be in Conference Room 2, which I right beside Room 110.  See Mrs. Myers if you have any questions.  See you there! – Myers

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Guelph and Redeemer Universities are here next week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • November is the official Indigenous Peoples Awareness month.  Our school, homes, shops, gas stations, sports’ fields, hockey arenas are all built upon the traditional and beautiful territories of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee.  And the legacies of our founding peoples continue.  For example, Rene Bourque, a Metis helped bring home the Bronze hockey medal, last Olympics. – Wallace

     

  • This announcement is for any guy at SHS who plays ice hockey.  If you are a guy at SHS who plays ice hockey and may be interested in playing in the school house league called SYD’s Hockey League or the school varsity team, then please plan to come to an information meeting in Mr. Cook’s room (Room 107) this Thursday, November 7 at the beginning of lunch.  All skill levels are welcome! – Cook and Roantree

     

  • Congratulations to the JR Football team on their victory over Ernestown on Thursday, October 31.  The JR’s achieved an undefeated season this year.  Now, as they know, that is in the past and all that matters is the semi-final game next Monday. – Coach Hammer

     

  • Hey Golden Eagles, if you self identify as First Nations, Metis, and / or Inuit, you are invited to a day long workshop here at SHS on Tuesday, November 26.  Five (5) other schools are taking part.  The workshop is called “Drawing Together with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers”.  Members of the Indigenous Matters are also invited.  Look for the posters around the school and sign up by November 15th. - Wallace

 

 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, October 31, 2019

  

  • 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

     

  • Attention all students attending the Music trip tomorrow (Friday, November 1) to Toronto.  Please plan to be at Sydenham by 12:50 p.m.  We will meet in the main foyer. – Martin

     

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Attention all Grade 9 Students – Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day permission forms are due today, Thursday, October 31st.  If you are having trouble getting a placement, please see Mrs. Myers today in Student Services.  An outside agency has reached out to SHS to offer some placement opportunities. – S. Myers

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  This week is Spirit Week.  Today, Thursday, October 31, is costume day and the Staff vs. Student Basketball game or Yoga with Ms. Wallace in the New Gym.  You must be wearing a costume to participate. – Student Council

     

  • Are you currently active with a Cadet Corps?  Are you available to be part of the SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  If you answered yes and yes, please see Mrs. Bartlett in the Main Office. – Bartlett

     

  • Remembrance Day is coming up – do you have a family member that is in the Military now or an ancestor that served?  Would you like them to be remembered and honoured at our SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  Email or bring in a photo and description to add to our annual slideshow and leave it with Mrs. Bartlett, Mr. Roantree or Ms. Blin. – Blin

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Ryerson and McMaster Universities are here next week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention all girl hockey players!  Girls Hockey Tryouts are right around the corner.  All girls from Grade 9 – 12 are welcome to tryout.  There will be a sign up meeting on Monday, November 4th right at the beginning of lunch.  The sign up meeting will be in Conference Room 2, which I right beside Room 110.  See you there! – Myers

 

 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, October 30, 2019

  

  • 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

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  There are extra seats on the Music Trip to Toronto this Friday, November 1.  For $100.00, you get coach transportation to Toronto, time at the Eaton’s Centre, a 3 course meal at The Old Spaghetti Factory and the chance to see Harry Potter on the big screen while the Toronto Symphony Orchestra plays the music live!  What a fun way to spend a PA Day!  Please get a permission form from the Main Office or from Ms. Martin.  Permission forms are due tomorrow, Thursday, October 31.  This trip is now open to all students! – Martin

     

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Attention all Grade 9 Students – Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day permission forms are due Thursday, October 31st.  If you are having trouble getting a placement, please see Mrs. Myers today in Student Services.  An outside agency has reached out to SHS to offer some placement opportunities. – S. Myers

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  This week is Spirit Week.  Thursday, October 31, is costume day and the Staff vs. Student Basketball game or Yoga with Ms. Wallace in the New Gym.  You must be wearing a costume to participate. – Student Council

  • Are you currently active with a Cadet Corps?  Are you available to be part of the SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  If you answered yes and yes, please see Mrs. Bartlett in the Main Office. – Bartlett

     

  • Remembrance Day is coming up – do you have a family member that is in the Military now or an ancestor that served?  Would you like them to be remembered and honoured at our SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?Email or bring in a photo and description to add to our annual slideshow and leave it with Mrs. Bartlett, Mr. Roantree or Ms. Blin. – Blin

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Ryerson and McMaster Universities are here next week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention SR Girls Basketball team, practice is cancelled today.  Tomorrow’s (October 31) is at 2:45 p.m. – Fraser

     

  • Band rehearsal at lunch today.  Details about school tours and our next gig, plan to attend. – Martin

     

  • Attention all girl hockey players!  Girls Hockey Tryouts are right around the corner.  All girls from Grade 9 – 12 are welcome to tryout.  There will be a sign up meeting on Monday, November 4thright at the beginning of lunch.  The sign up meeting will be in Conference Room 2, which I right beside Room 110.  See you there! – Myers

     

  • Sometimes, digging your way out of dirt, can pull your tendons and ligaments.  Throwing that pick up truck off the bridge can give you momentary exhaustion.  Be sure to wear your Hallowe’en costume and come out to Zombie Yoga, tomorrow (October 31) at lunch.  We’ll be sure to stretch our ghoulish limbs and relax our shredded calm. - Wallace

 

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, October 29, 2019

 

  • 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

     

  • Attention all Music students and Concert Band Members!  There is a very exciting field trip opportunity for you!  On Friday, November 1stwe 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

     

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Attention all Grade 9 Students – Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day permission forms are due Thursday, October 31st.  If you are having trouble getting a placement, please see Mrs. Myers today in Student Services.  An outside agency has reached out to SHS to offer some placement opportunities. – S. Myers

     

  • There will be a defensive meeting for all JR Football players today at lunch in the Drama Room. – Coach Hammer

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  This week is Spirit Week.  Today, is PJ day, there are 4 Jack-O-Lanterns hidden around the school, if you find one bring it to the Main Office for a prize.  A reminder that tomorrow (Wednesday, October 30) is Wacky Wednesday and there is pumpkin carving in your Homeroom.  Thursday, October 31, is costume day and the Staff vs. Student Basketball game or Yoga with Ms. Wallace in the New Gym.  You must be wearing a costume to participate. – Student Council

     

  • Are you currently active with a Cadet Corps?  Are you available to be part of the SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  If you answered yes and yes, please see Mrs. Bartlett in the Main Office. – Bartlett

     

  • Remembrance Days is coming up – do you have a family member that is in the Military now or an ancestor that served?  Would you like them to be remembered and honoured at our SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  Email or bring in a photo and description to add to our annual slideshow and leave it with Mrs. Bartlett, Mr. Roantree or Ms. Blin. – Blin

     

  • Ultimate Frisbee lunch party today.  Come to Room 215! – Conway / Martin

     

  • Reminder to Debate Team members of the meeting in Room 219 today at lunch. – Baron

     

  • Grade 12 students that are interested, Ryerson and McMaster Universities are here next week.  Please sign up if you plan to attend. – Sanderson

     

  • Attention Grade 9 and 10 Girls.If you are interested in trying out for the Volleyball team this year, please come to the Cooking Room at lunch for a sign up meeting. – C. Walsh

  

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

 


Monday, October 28, 2019

  

  • 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

     

  • Attention all Music students and Concert Band Members!  There is a very exciting field trip opportunity for you!  On Friday, November 1stwe 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

     

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • OK!  We are back on with Dodgeball!  Friday’s Championship is on for today at lunch!  Grade 10’s vs. Grade 12’s.  Are you ready!?! - Richards

     

  • Attention all Grade 9 Students – Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day permission forms are due Thursday, October 31st.  Please take some time this weekend to get your work placement set up.  Please see Student Services if you need a new form. – S. Myers

     

  • Congrats to the JR Football Team on their win 38-35 over Holy Cross on Friday, October 25.  Points scored by Josh Bennett, Brennan Finucane and Kieran McNeeley. The team finishes the regular season this Thursday, October 31 against Ernestown.  There will be a offensive meeting today at lunch in the Drama Room. – Coach Hammer

     

  • Attention Sydenham!  This week is Spirit Week.  Today, we have cookie decorating in the Caf at lunch.  Tomorrow, you must find jack around the school.  Wednesday, is Wacky Wednesday with pumpkin carving in the Caf at lunch.  Thursday, is costume day and the Staff vs. Student Basketball game or Yoga with Ms. Wallace in the New Gym.  You must be wearing a costume to participate. – Student Council

     

  • Are you currently active with a Cadet Corps?  Are you available to be part of the SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  If you answered yes and yes, please see Mrs. Bartlett in the Main Office. – Bartlett

     

  • Remembrance Days is coming up – do you have a family member that is in the Military now or an ancestor that served?  Would you like them to be remembered and honoured at our SHS Remembrance Day Ceremony?  Email or bring in a photo and description to add to our annual slideshow and leave it with Mrs. Bartlett, Mr. Roantree or Ms. Blin. - Blin

 

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, October 25, 2019

  

  • 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

     

  • 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

     

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Today at lunch – come and witness history being made in the Main Gym.  The Grade 10’s will battle the Grade 12’s for the SHS 2019 Dodgeball Championships.  What grad will be crowned Champion?  Come and check it out. – Richards

     

  • Attention all Grade 9 Students – Grade 9 Take Our Kids to Work Day permission forms are due Thursday, October 31st.  Please take some time this weekend to get your work placement set up.  Please see Student Services if you need a new form. – S. Myers

 

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

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Thursday, October 24, 2019

 

  • 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 1stwe 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

     

  • 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?  Information sheet in the Main Office. – McGregor

     

  • Intramural Dodgeball is here!  Everyone is welcome.All Grade 9’s vs. Grade 10’s at 12:30 today.  All Grade 11’s vs. Grade 12’s at 12:45 today.  See you in the Main Gym. – Richards

 

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