Daily Announcements & Schedule

Monday

Monday, June 10, 2024

 

  • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

     

  • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

     

  • You looking or a little stress reliever?  Come on down to the New Gym to play some intramural BB today at lunch. – B. English

     

  • Tomorrow is the night you’ve all been waiting for.  Our celebration of another successful year in athletics.  All students are welcome to attend and there is no cost.  We will start at 4:00 pm in the Main Gym.  See you there! – B. English

     

  • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term. Today’s term is: Two Spirit – Is an Indigenous North American identity that encompasses sexuality, gender, and / or spirituality.  Two-Spirit is a broad concept that embraces homosexual / homoromantic affinity as well as a wide range of gender diversity including those who are gay, lesbian, bi, trans, genderqueer, GNC, or have multiple gender identities in Western society.  There is a display in the Main Hallway with many 2SLGBTQIA+ words and definitions, you are invited to stop by and check it out. Terms are often changing or are on a spectrum so if there is something missing, or you feel needs to be changed, please see Ricki! – Ricki

     

  • And Now Sydenham - a public service announcement from your Library and Global Classroom.  Books are now due back to the Library, no fines!  Bring back your books so that we can give them a tune-up over the summer while they are on holidays.  Please also be reminded the Library is to remain a quiet place for individual and small group study as the year comes to a close.  For many students the Library learning commons is a much needed quiet space that they use to reflect and complete their assignments.  Many more students choose to prepare for their exams in the Library space at this time of year.  Thank you in advance for respecting the usage guidelines for the Library during the month of June.  PS - Return your Library books, today, tomorrow - as soon as possible! – Kirby

     

  • Any students looking for community hours and would like to volunteer at the Harrowsmith Fun Fair next Thursday, June 13th, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

     

  • Attention all Grade 10 and 11 students who are interested in the Arts!  There will be an information meeting tomorrow during Slot C (11:15 am) abut the Innovative Arts Specialist High Skills Major.  If you are a student who takes classes in Visual Art, Music or Drama, this program could be right for you.  Gain access to special arts based workshops and experiences and earn a special certificate upon graduation.  Come hear more about the program tomorrow during Slot C in the Health Classroom (Room 008). – Martin

     

  • Student Council meeting today at lunch in Room 105.  All are welcome. - Plumb

 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

 

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

Tuesday

Tuesday, June 11, 2024

 

  • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

     

  • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

     

  • Tonight is the Athletic Banquet starting at 4:00 pm in the Main Gym.  It’s not too late to make plans to attend and celebrate another year in athletics with your peers. – B. English

     

  • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term.  Today’s term is:  Gender Fluid – A person who does not have a fixed gender identity.  Their gender is flexible and may shift or change. – Ricki

     

  • Any students looking for community hours and would like to volunteer at the Harrowsmith Fun Fair this Thursday, June 13th, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

     

  • Attention all Grade 10 and 11 students who are interested in the Arts!  There will be an information meeting today during Slot C (11:15 am) about the Innovative Arts Specialist High Skills Major.  If you are a student who takes classes in Visual Art, Music or Drama, this program could be right for you.  Gain access to special arts-based workshops and experiences and earn a special certificate upon graduation.  Come hear more about the program tomorrow during Slot C in the Health Classroom (Room 008). – Martin

     

  • A huge congratulations to all our athletes who competed at OFSAA.  Some highlights include Anthony Galligan Gold in Wheelchair Shot Put and 200 m, Eli Raney 6th in Jr Boys Javelin, Sedona Reade 8th in JR Girls 300 m Hurdles and many other impressive performances.  Thank you to our Track and Field coaches as well for a great season. – Slate

     

  • In the semi-finals for the school Baseball season, your Golden Eagles matched up against the defending champions, Napanee Hawks with a slow start to the game, down 5 – 0.  Your Golden Eagles pulled off a great comeback to win the game 7 – 6 with a full team effort!  The Golden Eagles will be playing in the KASSAA Finals against Regi this Thursday at 3:00 pm at Megaffin Park.  We encourage all staff and students to come support your Golden Eagles!  We will see you there! – Garrison

     

  • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.  Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

 

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

Wednesday

Wednesday, June 12, 2024

 

  • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck tomorrow in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

     

  • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term.  Today’s term is:  Pansexual - Emotional, romantic and / or sexual attraction to people of all genders regardless of their sex or gender identity. – Ricki

     

  • Any students looking for community hours and would like to volunteer at the Harrowsmith Fun Fair tomorrow, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

     

  • Today is Wellness Wednesday!  Today’s wellness tip is take care of yourself, meaning drink water, go outside and unplug for a bit.

     

  • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

 

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

Thursday

Thursday, June 6, 2024

 

  • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.   If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

     

  • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

     

  • Attention all Sydenham Golden Eagle athletes, it’s that time of year again, so mark your calendars because the Athletic Banquet will be hosted on Tuesday, June 11th at 4:00 pm.  Make sure you come out to support your fellow team members.  Looking forward to seeing you all there! – B. English

     

  • Attention JR Football players, there is a volunteer opportunity at the football field this Sunday, June 9th to help out with the TIMFL tournament.  If you are interested in getting volunteer hours, please see Ms. Plumb. - Plumb

     

  • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term.  Today’s term is:  Transgender – A person whose gender identity (the gender they identify with) is different from the gender they were assigned at birth.  There is a display in the Main Hallway with many 2SLGBTQIA+ words and definitions, you are invited to stop by and check it out.  Terms are often changing or are on a spectrum so if there is something missing, or you feel needs to be changed, please see Ricki! – Ricki

     

  • Starting today, we’ll be selling snack items for the Arts until it’s all gone!  Bring your quarters, loonies and toonies, we’re cash only!  Chip, cookies and drinks!  Watch for our Pop-Up Shops at 11:00 am break in the Front Foyer and Cafeteria at lunch. – Stevens

     

  • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

     

  • Attention Juno members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie – Ricki

     

  • And Now Sydenham - a public service announcement from your Library and Global Classroom.  Books are now due back to the Library, no fines!  Bring back your books so that we can give them a tune-up over the summer while they are on holidays.  Please also be reminded the Library is to remain a quiet place for individual and small group study as the year comes to a close.  For many students the Library learning commons is a much needed quiet space that they use to reflect and complete their assignments. Many more students choose to prepare for their exams in the Library space at this time of year. Thank you in advance for respecting the usage guidelines for the Library during the month of June.  PS - Return your Library books, today, tomorrow - as soon as possible! - Kirby

 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

 

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

Friday

Friday, June 7, 2024

 

  • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

     

  • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

     

  • Attention Students, do you feel anxious about your upcoming tests?  Require a break from all the stress?  We have a perfect solution for you!  Come play intramural BB with us to unwind and have fun with your friends.  Everyone is invited, regardless of experience level so come on out and try something different!  See everyone in the New Gym on Monday, June 10th at lunch. – B. English

     

  • Next Tuesday is our annual Athletic Banquet.  All students are welcome to attend and there is no cost.  We will start at 4:00 pm in the Main Gym.  See you there! – B. English

     

  • Attention JR Football players, there is a volunteer opportunity at the football field this Sunday, June 9th to help out with the TIMFL tournament.  If you are interested in getting volunteer hours, please see Ms. Plumb. - Plumb

     

  • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term. Today’s term is:  Bi-Sexual – A person who is emotionally, romantically and / or sexually attracted to more than 1 gender.  There is a display in the Main Hallway with many 2SLGBTQIA+ words and definitions, you are invited to stop by and check it out.  Terms are often changing or are on a spectrum so if there is something missing, or you feel needs to be changed, please see Ricki! – Ricki

     

  • Starting today, we’ll be selling snack items for the Arts until it’s all gone!  Bring your quarters, loonies and toonies, we’re cash only!  Chip, cookies and drinks!  Watch for our Pop-Up Shops at 11:00 am break in the Front Foyer and Cafeteria at lunch. – Stevens

     

  • And Now Sydenham - a public service announcement from your Library and Global Classroom.  Books are now due back to the Library, no fines!  Bring back your books so that we can give them a tune-up over the summer while they are on holidays.  Please also be reminded the Library is to remain a quiet place for individual and small group study as the year comes to a close.  For many students the Library learning commons is a much needed quiet space that they use to reflect and complete their assignments.  Many more students choose to prepare for their exams in the Library space at this time of year.  Thank you in advance for respecting the usage guidelines for the Library during the month of June.  PS - Return your Library books, today, tomorrow - as soon as possible! – Kirby

     

  • Any students looking for community hours and would like to volunteer at the Harrowsmith Fun Fair next Thursday, June 13th, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

 

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

Archived Announcements Starting from January 8, 2023 to Present

    • Wednesday, June 12, 2024

      • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck tomorrow in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

      • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term.  Today’s term is:  Pansexual - Emotional, romantic and / or sexual attraction to people of all genders regardless of their sex or gender identity. – Ricki

      • Any students looking for community hours and would like to volunteer at the Harrowsmith Fun Fair tomorrow, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • Today is Wellness Wednesday!  Today’s wellness tip is take care of yourself, meaning drink water, go outside and unplug for a bit.

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

      Tuesday, June 11, 2024

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

      • Tonight is the Athletic Banquet starting at 4:00 pm in the Main Gym.  It’s not too late to make plans to attend and celebrate another year in athletics with your peers. – B. English

      • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term.  Today’s term is:  Gender Fluid – A person who does not have a fixed gender identity.  Their gender is flexible and may shift or change. – Ricki

      • Any students looking for community hours and would like to volunteer at the Harrowsmith Fun Fair this Thursday, June 13th, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • Attention all Grade 10 and 11 students who are interested in the Arts!  There will be an information meeting today during Slot C (11:15 am) about the Innovative Arts Specialist High Skills Major.  If you are a student who takes classes in Visual Art, Music or Drama, this program could be right for you.  Gain access to special arts-based workshops and experiences and earn a special certificate upon graduation.  Come hear more about the program tomorrow during Slot C in the Health Classroom (Room 008). – Martin

      • A huge congratulations to all our athletes who competed at OFSAA.  Some highlights include Anthony Galligan Gold in Wheelchair Shot Put and 200 m, Eli Raney 6th in Jr Boys Javelin, Sedona Reade 8th in JR Girls 300 m Hurdles and many other impressive performances.  Thank you to our Track and Field coaches as well for a great season. – Slate

      • In the semi-finals for the school Baseball season, your Golden Eagles matched up against the defending champions, Napanee Hawks with a slow start to the game, down 5 – 0.  Your Golden Eagles pulled off a great comeback to win the game 7 – 6 with a full team effort!  The Golden Eagles will be playing in the KASSAA Finals against Regi this Thursday at 3:00 pm at Megaffin Park.  We encourage all staff and students to come support your Golden Eagles!  We will see you there! – Garrison

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.  Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      Monday, June 10, 2024

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

      • You looking or a little stress reliever?  Come on down to the New Gym to play some intramural BB today at lunch. – B. English

      • Tomorrow is the night you’ve all been waiting for.  Our celebration of another successful year in athletics.  All students are welcome to attend and there is no cost.  We will start at 4:00 pm in the Main Gym.  See you there! – B. English

      • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term. Today’s term is: Two Spirit – Is an Indigenous North American identity that encompasses sexuality, gender, and / or spirituality.  Two-Spirit is a broad concept that embraces homosexual / homoromantic affinity as well as a wide range of gender diversity including those who are gay, lesbian, bi, trans, genderqueer, GNC, or have multiple gender identities in Western society.  There is a display in the Main Hallway with many 2SLGBTQIA+ words and definitions, you are invited to stop by and check it out. Terms are often changing or are on a spectrum so if there is something missing, or you feel needs to be changed, please see Ricki! – Ricki

      • And Now Sydenham - a public service announcement from your Library and Global Classroom.  Books are now due back to the Library, no fines!  Bring back your books so that we can give them a tune-up over the summer while they are on holidays.  Please also be reminded the Library is to remain a quiet place for individual and small group study as the year comes to a close.  For many students the Library learning commons is a much needed quiet space that they use to reflect and complete their assignments.  Many more students choose to prepare for their exams in the Library space at this time of year.  Thank you in advance for respecting the usage guidelines for the Library during the month of June.  PS - Return your Library books, today, tomorrow - as soon as possible! – Kirby

      • Any students looking for community hours and would like to volunteer at the Harrowsmith Fun Fair next Thursday, June 13th, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • Attention all Grade 10 and 11 students who are interested in the Arts!  There will be an information meeting tomorrow during Slot C (11:15 am) abut the Innovative Arts Specialist High Skills Major.  If you are a student who takes classes in Visual Art, Music or Drama, this program could be right for you.  Gain access to special arts based workshops and experiences and earn a special certificate upon graduation.  Come hear more about the program tomorrow during Slot C in the Health Classroom (Room 008). – Martin

      • Student Council meeting today at lunch in Room 105.  All are welcome. - Plumb

      Friday, June 7, 2024

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

      • Attention Students, do you feel anxious about your upcoming tests?  Require a break from all the stress?  We have a perfect solution for you!  Come play intramural BB with us to unwind and have fun with your friends.  Everyone is invited, regardless of experience level so come on out and try something different!  See everyone in the New Gym on Monday, June 10th at lunch. – B. English

      • Next Tuesday is our annual Athletic Banquet.  All students are welcome to attend and there is no cost.  We will start at 4:00 pm in the Main Gym.  See you there! – B. English

      • Attention JR Football players, there is a volunteer opportunity at the football field this Sunday, June 9th to help out with the TIMFL tournament.  If you are interested in getting volunteer hours, please see Ms. Plumb. - Plumb

      • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term. Today’s term is:  Bi-Sexual – A person who is emotionally, romantically and / or sexually attracted to more than 1 gender.  There is a display in the Main Hallway with many 2SLGBTQIA+ words and definitions, you are invited to stop by and check it out.  Terms are often changing or are on a spectrum so if there is something missing, or you feel needs to be changed, please see Ricki! – Ricki

      • Starting today, we’ll be selling snack items for the Arts until it’s all gone!  Bring your quarters, loonies and toonies, we’re cash only!  Chip, cookies and drinks!  Watch for our Pop-Up Shops at 11:00 am break in the Front Foyer and Cafeteria at lunch. – Stevens

      • And Now Sydenham - a public service announcement from your Library and Global Classroom.  Books are now due back to the Library, no fines!  Bring back your books so that we can give them a tune-up over the summer while they are on holidays.  Please also be reminded the Library is to remain a quiet place for individual and small group study as the year comes to a close.  For many students the Library learning commons is a much needed quiet space that they use to reflect and complete their assignments.  Many more students choose to prepare for their exams in the Library space at this time of year.  Thank you in advance for respecting the usage guidelines for the Library during the month of June.  PS - Return your Library books, today, tomorrow - as soon as possible! – Kirby

      • Any students looking for community hours and would like to volunteer at the Harrowsmith Fun Fair next Thursday, June 13th, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      Thursday, June 6, 2024

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.   If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

      • Attention all Sydenham Golden Eagle athletes, it’s that time of year again, so mark your calendars because the Athletic Banquet will be hosted on Tuesday, June 11th at 4:00 pm.  Make sure you come out to support your fellow team members.  Looking forward to seeing you all there! – B. English

      • Attention JR Football players, there is a volunteer opportunity at the football field this Sunday, June 9th to help out with the TIMFL tournament.  If you are interested in getting volunteer hours, please see Ms. Plumb. - Plumb

      • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term.  Today’s term is:  Transgender – A person whose gender identity (the gender they identify with) is different from the gender they were assigned at birth.  There is a display in the Main Hallway with many 2SLGBTQIA+ words and definitions, you are invited to stop by and check it out.  Terms are often changing or are on a spectrum so if there is something missing, or you feel needs to be changed, please see Ricki! – Ricki

      • Starting today, we’ll be selling snack items for the Arts until it’s all gone!  Bring your quarters, loonies and toonies, we’re cash only!  Chip, cookies and drinks!  Watch for our Pop-Up Shops at 11:00 am break in the Front Foyer and Cafeteria at lunch. – Stevens

      • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

      • Attention Juno members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie – Ricki

      • And Now Sydenham - a public service announcement from your Library and Global Classroom.  Books are now due back to the Library, no fines!  Bring back your books so that we can give them a tune-up over the summer while they are on holidays.  Please also be reminded the Library is to remain a quiet place for individual and small group study as the year comes to a close.  For many students the Library learning commons is a much needed quiet space that they use to reflect and complete their assignments. Many more students choose to prepare for their exams in the Library space at this time of year. Thank you in advance for respecting the usage guidelines for the Library during the month of June.  PS - Return your Library books, today, tomorrow - as soon as possible! - Kirby

      Wednesday, June 5, 2024

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

      • Attention all Sydenham Golden Eagle athletes, it’s that time of year again, so mark your calendars because the Athletic Banquet will be hosted on Tuesday, June 11th at 4:00 pm.  Make sure you come out to support your fellow team members.  Looking forward to seeing you all there! – B. English

      • Attention JR Football players, there is a volunteer opportunity at the football field this Sunday, June 9th to help out with the TIMFL tournament.  If you are interested in getting volunteer hours, please see Ms. Plumb. - Plumb

      • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term. Today’s term is:  Non-Binary – A person who identifies as something outside the gender binary.  There is a display in the Main Hallway with many 2SLGBTQIA+ words and definitions, you are invited to stop by and check it out.  Terms are often changing or are on a spectrum so if there is something missing, or you feel needs to be changed, please see Ricki! – Ricki

      • To honour Men’s Metal Health month, we are bringing back Wellness Wednesday for the last 2 Wednesdays leading up to exams.  Today’s wellness tip is to take time to yourself and don’t feel ashamed about it. – Ricki

      • Starting Thursday, we’ll be selling snack items for the Arts until it’s all gone!  Bring your quarters, loonies and toonies, we’re cash only!  Chip, cookies and drinks!  Watch for our Pop-Up Shops at 11:00 am break in the Front Foyer and Cafeteria at lunch. – Stevens

      • SHS Band meets today at lunch!  See you in the Music Room. – Martin

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

      Tuesday, June 4, 2024

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

      • Attention all Sydenham Golden Eagle athletes, it’s that time of year again, so mark your calendars because the Athletic Banquet will be hosted on Tuesday, June 11th at 4:00 pm.  Make sure you come out to support your fellow team members.  Looking forward to seeing you all there! – B. English

      • A reminder to all graduating students about the Grad Breakfast taking place tomorrow from 8:00 – 9:00 am in the Cafeteria. – K. English

      • Last Spirit Day is June 5th!  All Grade 12 and 5th years wear sweater of College / University, work uniform or whatever your plans are for next year!  Grade 9 – 11 wear your SHS swag! - Plumb

      • We regret to inform you that there will not be Games Club today at lunch!  We will try next week! - Shaw

      • Attention JR Football players, there is a volunteer opportunity at the football field this Sunday, June 9th to help out with the TIMFL tournament.  If you are interested in getting volunteer hours, please see Ms. Plumb. - Plumb

      • Every day until the beginning of exams we will be sharing a new 2SLGBTQIA+ term. Today’s term is:  A Sexual – A person who does not have any sexual attraction or desire for other people.  This is a spectrum.  There is a display in the Main Hallway with many 2SLGBTQIA+ words and definitions, you are invited to stop by and check it out.  Terms are often changing or are on a spectrum so if there is something missing, or you feel needs to be changed, please see Ricki! - Ricki

      Monday, June 3, 2024

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • This is a reminder to all Grade 12 students who applied to Ontario University’s that the deadline to accept an offer of admissions is today.  Instructions on how to accept your offer is posted on the Grade 12 Google Classroom or see Mrs. English in Student Services.  This is an extremely important deadline as these offers will expire after today. – K. English

      • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

      • Attention all Sydenham Golden Eagle athletes, it’s that time of year again, so mark your calendars because the Athletic Banquet will be hosted on Tuesday, June 11th at 4:00 pm.  Make sure you come out to support your fellow team members.  Looking forward to seeing you all there! – B. English

      • A reminder to all graduating students about the Grad Breakfast taking place this Wednesday, June 5th from 8:00 – 9:00 am in the Cafeteria. – K. English

      • Congratulations to our athletes who competed in Track and Field at East Regionals last week.  Out of 26, we had 19 qualify for OFSAA this coming Thursday and Friday.  Well done Golden Eagles Track team!  We can’t wait to hear how you do at OFSAA! – Slate

      • Student Council meeting today at lunch in Room 105.  All are welcome! – Plumb

      • SHS Band meets today after school from 2:45 – 4:00 pm.  See you in the Music Room! – Martin

      • Pride Season is a term that refers to the wide range of Pride events that take place over the summer (June to September) when 2SLGBTQIA+ communities and allies come together to spotlight the resilience, celebrate the talent, and recognize the contributions of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities.  Throughout the month, there will be several displays at the Main Entrance providing education and resources.  You are invited to come check it out! Staff and students are invited to the front of the building at 11:00 am today for the raising of the Progress Pride flag and a rainbow treat to celebrate the beginning of Pride at SHS.  There will be stickers to take to show your pride as well.  More Pride fun to come! - Ricki

      Thursday, May 30, 2024

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • This is a reminder to all Grade 12 students who applied to Ontario University’s that the deadline to accept an offer of admissions is Monday, June 3rd.  Instructions on how to accept your offer is posted on the Grade 12 Google Classroom or see Mrs. English in Student Services.  This is an extremely important deadline as these offers will expire after June 3rd. – K. English

      • Students who are not able to play with the Grad Band should come to the Music Room today at lunch to disinfect and return instruments.  For those who are wanting to be in the Grad Band, there is a meeting today at the start of lunch in the Music Room. – Martin

      • Today at lunch Juno will be selling popcorn outside the Aerie for the last time this year!  Make sure you grab yours! – Ricki

      • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

      • Attention all Sydenham Golden Eagle athletes, it’s that time of year again, so mark your calendars because the Athletic Banquet will be hosted on Tuesday, June 11th at 4:00 pm.  Make sure you come out to support your fellow team members.  Looking forward to seeing you all there! – B. English

      • You …. Parking and Producing today?  Meet at Room 101 right after school.  Finished early?  Make sure the Teacher who referred you lets me know so I don’t come looking. – Stevens

      • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

      Wednesday, May 29, 2024

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • This is a reminder to all Grade 12 students who applied to Ontario University’s that the deadline to accept an offer of admissions is Monday, June 3rd.  Instructions on how to accept your offer is posted on the Grade 12 Google Classroom or see Mrs. English in Student Services.  This is an extremely important deadline as these offers will expire after June 3rd. – K. English

      • A reminder that any band members who are interested in being part of the Grad Band should go to the Music Room today at lunch.  Students who are not able to play with the Grad Band should come to the Music Room tomorrow at lunch to disinfect and return instruments. – Martin

      • Tomorrow at lunch Juno will be selling popcorn outside the Aerie for the last time this year!  Make sure you grab yours! – Ricki

      • Attention current and past Juno members!  We are having our end-of-the-year potluck on June 13th in the Aerie and you are all welcome!  If you would like to attend for lunch and games, please come to the Aerie any day at lunch to sign up or see Ricki in Student Services. - Ricki

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! – Ricki

      • SHS Band meets today at lunch!  See you in the Music Room. – Martin

      Tuesday, May 28, 2024

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • This is a reminder to all Grade 12 students who applied to Ontario University’s that the deadline to accept an offer of admissions is Monday, June 3rd.  Instructions on how to accept your offer is posted on the Grade 12 Google Classroom or see Mrs. English in Student Services.  This is an extremely important deadline as these offers will expire after June 3rd. – K. English

      • Anyone interested in planning Pride activities for the first week in June, please come to the SAGE meeting in the Aerie today. – Ricki

      • Congratulations to the SHS Band on their performance at the Music Fest yesterday.  We earned a plaque that will hang in the Music Room.  A reminder that any band members who are interested in being part of the Grad Band should go to the Music Room tomorrow at lunch.  Students who are not able to play with the Grad Band should come to the Music Room on Thursday at lunch to disinfect and return instruments. – Martin

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play  .Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      Monday, May 27, 2024

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • This is a reminder to all Grade 12 students who applied to Ontario University’s that the deadline to accept an offer of admissions is Monday, June 3rd.  Instructions on how to accept your offer is posted on the Grade 12 Google Classroom or see Mrs. English in Student Services.  This is an extremely important deadline as these offers will expire after June 3rd. – K. English

      • Anyone interested in planning Pride activities for the first week in June, please come to the SAGE meeting in the Aerie tomorrow. – Ricki

      • Student Council meeting today at lunch in Room 105.  All are welcome! - Plumb

      Friday, May 17, 2024

       

      • People gather piles of clothes they barely use.  That’s bad for the environment.  Let’s reuse and let’s share!  Let’s do something good for the planet.  This week, the big yellow bin will be in the Main Foyer, put your extras and giveaway clothes there. – Wallace

         

      • There will be freezies sold in the cafeteria today for $1.00.  The proceeds will go to UNICEF’s efforts for Gaza.  Don’t miss out on a sweet treat and a chance to do your part. – Student Council

         

      • Listen up Sydenham!  We are running an election to choose our Co-Presidents for Student Council for next year.  Voting will take place in your Slot B class on Wednesday, May 22nd.  Students in Grade 9 – 11 will get to watch a short video about each candidate and voting will take place right after.  Be sure to keep an eye out for candidate’s posters around the school. – Plumb

         

      • Syd’s Café is happening on Thursday, May 23rd from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the Drama Room.  Tickets are now available on School-Day for just $5.00.  You can also buy them in person at the Map from May 21st – 23rd during lunch.  Come check out the amazing talent that SHS has to offer!  Any Syd’s Café performers who have never performed with a mic before are invited to rehearse in the Drama Room today at lunch. – J. Keene

         

      • If you have offered to help out with Grade 8 Open House next Wednesday, May 22nd, please see Ms. Fraser in Student Services today. – Fraser

         

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

         

      • EA Appreciation Day – let’s celebrate our incredible people! - Wallace

       

      IMPORTANT REMINDERS

       

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

       

      Thursday, May 23, 2024

      • There is an Outdoor Club meeting today.  If you would like to come to our year-end camping trip, please see Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison ASAP.  We have limited spots available. – Shibley

      • Today is the day!  Students have been working hard to entertain you tonight at Syd’s Café!  Come buy your tickets at lunch at the Map, cash, credit and debit are accepted.  You can also purchase tickets at the door tonight starting at 6:30 pm.  Hope to see you there! – J. Keene

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • Do you like camping?  Well, you’re in luck!  Safe Arrival – The Outdoors Club is having their annual overnight camping trip this year at Frontenac Provincial Park May 28 – 29.  We will be canoeing, hiking, stargazing and more.  Food provided!  Sign up is through School-Day.  Reach out to Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison if you have any questions. – Garrison

      • This is a reminder to all Grade 12 students who applied to an Ontario University that the deadline to accept an offer of admissions is Monday, June 3rd.  Instructions on how to accept your offer is posted on the Grade 12 Google Classroom or see Mrs. English in Student Services.  This is an extremely important deadline as these offers will expire after June 3rd. – K. English

      • Anyone interested in planning Pride activities for the first week in June, please come to the SAGE meeting in the Aerie on Tuesday, May 28th – Ricki

      • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

      • Attention Juno members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie - Ricki

      Wednesday, May 22, 2024

      • Great Job Sydenham.  Thanks to you we’re helping the environment.  Lots of people contributed great clothes to the big yellow bin, and today all day you can check out the clothing swap in the Library.  It’s for everyone. - Wallace

      • There is an Outdoor Club meeting on Friday.  If you would like to come to our year-end camping trip, please see Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison ASAP.  We have limited spots available. – Shibley

      • Listen up Sydenham!  We are running an election to choose our Co-Presidents for Student Council for next year.  Voting will take place in your Slot B class today.  Students in Grade 9 – 11 will get to watch a short video about each candidate and voting will take place right after.  Be sure to keep an eye out for candidate posters around the school. – Plumb

      • Syd’s Café is happening tomorrow from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the Drama Room.  Tickets are now available on School-Day for just $5.00.  You can also buy them in person at the Map from May 21st – 23rd during lunch.  Come check out the amazing talent that SHS has to offer! – J. Keene

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • Do you like camping?  Well, you’re in luck!  Safe Arrival – The Outdoors Club is having their annual overnight camping trip this year at Frontenac Provincial Park May 28 – 29.  We will be canoeing, hiking, stargazing and more.  Food provided!  Sign up is through School-Day.  Reach out to Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison if you have any questions. – Garrison

      • This is a reminder to all Grade 12 students who applied to an Ontario University that the deadline to accept an offer of admissions is Monday, June 3rd.  Instructions on how to accept your offer is posted on the Grade 12 Google Classroom or see Mrs. English in Student Services.  This is an extremely important deadline as these offers will expire after June 3rd. – K. English

      • Anyone interested in planning Pride activities for the first week in June, please come to the SAGE meeting in the Aerie on Tuesday, May 28th – Ricki

      • The JR Girls Rugby team plays today at 3:00 pm on our home field.  Come out and support the girls and check out this incredible sport! – McLagan

      • SHS Band meets today at lunch!  See you in the Music Room. – Martin

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

      Tuesday, May 21, 2024

      • Great Job Sydenham.  Thanks to you we’re helping the environment.  Lots of people contributed great clothes to the big yellow bin, and tomorrow all day you can check out the clothing swap in the Library.  It’s for everyone. - Wallace

      • There is an Outdoor Club meeting on Friday.  If you would like to come to our year-end camping trip, please see Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison ASAP.  We have limited spots available. – Shibley

      • Listen up Sydenham!  We are running an election to choose our Co-Presidents for Student Council for next year.  Voting will take place in your Slot B class on Wednesday, May 22nd.  Students in Grade 9 – 11 will get to watch a short video about each candidate and voting will take place right after.  Be sure to keep an eye out for candidate’s posters around the school. – Plumb

      • Syd’s Café is happening on Thursday, May 23rd from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the Drama Room.  Tickets are now available on School-Day for just $5.00.  You can also buy them in person at the Map from May 21st – 23rd during lunch.  Come check out the amazing talent that SHS has to offer! – J. Keene

      • The Eagle’s Nest Cafeteria will be closed today.  We apologize for any inconvenience.  Mr. Nash’s Period 4, Slot D class will be at the regular class time. - Nash

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • Do you like camping?  Well, you’re in luck!  The Outdoors Club is having their annual overnight camping trip this year at Frontenac Provincial Park May 28 – 29.  We will be canoeing, hiking, stargazing and more.  Food provided!Sign up is through School-Day.  Reach out to Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison if you have any questions. – Garrison

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.  Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      • Attention SAGE members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie – Ricki

      • Girls Rugby:  There is a meeting at lunch today for all JR Girls Rugby players in Room 215.   All girls are to attend.  Tomorrow at 3:00 pm on our home field, your JR Girls Rugby Team is playing in a semi-final match against FSS.  Make plans to stay afterschool and cheer the girls on.  The action is fast and exciting- don't miss it! - McLagan

      Friday, May 17, 2024

      • People gather piles of clothes they barely use.  That’s bad for the environment.  Let’s reuse and let’s share!  Let’s do something good for the planet.  This week, the big yellow bin will be in the Main Foyer, put your extras and giveaway clothes there. – Wallace

      • There will be freezies sold in the cafeteria today for $1.00.  The proceeds will go to UNICEF’s efforts for Gaza.  Don’t miss out on a sweet treat and a chance to do your part. – Student Council

      • Listen up Sydenham!  We are running an election to choose our Co-Presidents for Student Council for next year.  Voting will take place in your Slot B class on Wednesday, May 22nd.  Students in Grade 9 – 11 will get to watch a short video about each candidate and voting will take place right after.  Be sure to keep an eye out for candidate’s posters around the school. – Plumb

      • Syd’s Café is happening on Thursday, May 23rd from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the Drama Room.  Tickets are now available on School-Day for just $5.00.  You can also buy them in person at the Map from May 21st – 23rd during lunch.  Come check out the amazing talent that SHS has to offer!  Any Syd’s Café performers who have never performed with a mic before are invited to rehearse in the Drama Room today at lunch. – J. Keene

      • If you have offered to help out with Grade 8 Open House next Wednesday, May 22nd, please see Ms. Fraser in Student Services today. – Fraser

      • LPS is looking for a certified Lifeguard for June 21st and 24th.  If you have a certification, please see Sandra in the Main Office. – Sands

      • EA Appreciation Day – let’s celebrate our incredible people! - Wallace

      Thursday, May 16, 2024

      • People gather piles of clothes they barely use.  That’s bad for the environment.  Let’s reuse and let’s share!  Let’s do something good for the planet.  This week, the big yellow bin will be in the Main Foyer, put your extras and giveaway clothes there. – Wallace

      • Friday, May 17th, there will be freezies sold in the cafeteria for $1.00.  The proceeds will go to UNICEF’s efforts for Gaza.  Don’t miss out on a sweet treat and a chance to do your part. – Student Council

      • Listen up Sydenham!  We are running an election to choose our Co-Presidents for Student Council for next year.  Voting will take place in your Slot B class on Wednesday, May 22nd.  Students in Grade 9 – 11 will get to watch a short video about each candidate and voting will take place right after.  Be sure to keep an eye out for candidate’s posters around the school. – Plumb

      • Syd’s Café is happening on Thursday, May 23rd from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the Drama Room.  Tickets are now available on School-Day for just $5.00.  You can also buy them in person at the Map from May 21st – 23rd during lunch.  Come check out the amazing talent that SHS has to offer! – J. Keene

      • All Syd’s Café backstage and front of house volunteers, please come to Room 106 at the start of lunch for a 5-minute meeting. – J. Keene

      • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

      • Attention Juno members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie - Ricki

      Wednesday, May 15, 2024

      • People gather piles of clothes they barely use.  That’s bad for the environment.  Let’s reuse and let’s share!  Let’s do something good for the planet.  This week, the big yellow bin will be in the Main Foyer, put your extras and giveaway clothes there. – Wallace

      • Hello Rugby Fans!  Thank you to everyone who went down to the field yesterday to support the girls in their big win over KSS.  Your Golden Eagles finished the first ever JR Girls Rugby season in KASSAA with an undefeated record.  Delaney McNichols, Maddie McQuillan, and Alyvia Walsh did a great job in the forwards while Leah Brawley, Alexa Hamilton and Harlee Gordon put in a solid performance for the backs.  Tries were scored by Ainsleigh Brushette, Emily Casement, Makinleigh Courtney and Lacy Tousignant, Georgia Lyon added four conversions while Charlotte Reid also put one between the posts.  Lacy Tousignant picked up the Player of The Match, honours for a solid effort all afternoon.  Come support the girls next Wednesday in their semi-final match at home. Details to follow. - McLagan

      • SHS Band meets today at lunch!  See you in the Music Room. – Martin

      Tuesday, May 14, 2024

      • People gather piles of clothes they barely use.  That’s bad for the environment.  Let’s reuse and let’s share!  Let’s do something good for the planet.  This week, the big yellow bin will be in the Main Foyer, put your extras and giveaway clothes there. – Wallace

      • Attention students, are you interested in taking a course this summer?  Or are you working and would like to earn credits through summer Co-op?  Please see your Point Person in Student Services to register. – Fraser

      • Need volunteer hours?  Here are the events that our community needs your help with:  PRPS Fun Fair – June 11th 3:45 – 7:30 pm, Vendor Sale in Sunbury – June 1st, Canada Day in Sydenham and Sunbury.  Please come to Student Services to get the contact information if you are interested in volunteering. – Fraser

      • Today is the day you have all been waiting for!  It’s a Rugby Day!  Come watch your JR Girls Rugby team in action as they take on KSS at 4:00 pm today on our home field. - McLagan

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.  Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      • There is an Outdoors Club meeting in Room 203 today at lunch.  We are planning new activities like hiking, rock climbing, canoeing and camping.  It is NOT too late for new members to join!P  lease see Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison if you have any questions. – Garrison and Shibley

      • Attention SAGE members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie - Ricki

      Monday, May 13, 2024

      • People gather piles of clothes they barely use.  That’s bad for the environment.  Let’s reuse and let’s share!  Let’s do something good for the planet.  This week, the big yellow bin will be in the Main Foyer, put your extras and giveaway clothes there. – Wallace

      • Attention students, are you interested in taking a course this summer?  Or are you working and would like to earn credits through summer Co-op?  Please see your Point Person in Student Services to register. – Fraser

      • Need volunteer hours?  Here are the events that our community needs your help with:  PRPS Fun Fair – June 11th 3:45 – 7:30 pm, Vendor Sale in Sunbury – June 1st, Canada Day in Sydenham and Sunbury.  Please come to Student Services to get the contact information if you are interested in volunteering. – Fraser

      • In SR Girls Rugby action your girls your Golden Eagles fought hard but fell in a close match to LSS in their final game of the year, Savanna Shay crossed the try line and Peyton Hasler was the player of the match.  Your coaches are proud of your efforts all season girls!  In JR Rugby, the girls remained undefeated in league play as they beat FSS 17 - 10.  Makinleigh Courtney, Georgia Lyon and Harlee Gordon scored tries for SHS and Maddy McQuillan was named the player of the match for her relentless rucking, tackling and support of her teammates.  Come support the JR girls in their last regular season match tomorrow on our home field at 4:00 pm vs KSS. - McLagan

      • Student Council meeting today at lunch in Room 105, all are welcome! – Plumb

      • SHS Band meets today after school from 2:45 – 4:00 pm.  See you in the Music Room! - Martin

      Friday, May 10, 2024

      • Syd’s Café is back with a performance on Thursday, May 23rd!  Posters to sign up with your handy QR Reader!  Practice up!  Sign up no later than today. – J. Keene

      • People gather piles of clothes they barely use.  That’s bad for the environment.  Let’s reuse and let’s share!  Let’s do something good for the planet.  Next week, the big yellow bin will be in the Main Foyer, put your extras and giveaway clothes there. – Wallace

      • Attention students, are you interested in taking a course this summer?  Or are you working and would like to earn credits through summer Co-op?  Please see your Point Person in Student Services to register. – Fraser

      • A reminder to all graduating students that today is the deadline to apply for some graduation awards and to submit your grad card.  All the information and application links can be found on the Grade 12 Google Classroom.  Any questions, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • Need volunteer hours?  Here are the events that our community needs your help with:  PRPS Fun Fair – June 11th 3:45 – 7:30 pm, Vendor Sale in Sunbury – June 1st, Canada Day in Sydenham and Sunbury.  Please come to Student Services to get the contact information if you are interested in volunteering. – Fraser

      • The best part of the whole week is here – IT’S A RUGBY DAY!!!  Today at 4:00 pm on our home field you can watch our JR Girls Rugby team take on FSS.  Stay for the 2nd game at 5:00 pm and help cheer on our SR girls as they play LSS in a home field ¼ final!  You saw the amazing things they can do on the stage now, come watch them in action on the field. - McLagan

      Thursday, May 9, 2024

      • Get ready Sydenham!  Today is the day who’s up for a day of non-stop fun, fine food and ultimate staff showdown!  The Sydenham Carnival is back and better than ever!  From bouncy castles to face painting and balloon animals, we’ve got everything to make your day unforgettable.  Some lucky staff member will face the ultimate challenge, getting pied in front of the entire school!  It’s a spectacle you won’t want to miss!  See you there! – Plumb

      • Syd’s Café is back with a performance on Thursday, May 23rd!  Posters to sign up with your handy QR Reader!  Practice up!  Sign up no later than this Friday. – J. Keene

      • People gather piles of clothes they barely use.  That’s bad for the environment.  Let’s reuse and let’s share!  Let’s do something good for the planet.  Next week, the big yellow bin will be in the Main Foyer, put your extras and giveaway clothes there. – Wallace

      • This week for the Carnival, we also have 1 very epic Spirit Day to tie into the festivities!  Tomorrow, wear your clothes the “wrong way” on Inside-Out Day.  Get ready to get some epic points for your grade! – Plumb

      • Attention students, are you interested in taking a course this summer?  Or are you working and would like to earn credits through summer Co-op?  Please see your Point Person in Student Services to register. – Fraser

      • A reminder to all graduating students that this Friday, May 10th is the deadline to apply for some graduation awards and to submit your grad card.  All the information and application links can be found on the Grade 12 Google Classroom.  Any questions, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • Need volunteer hours?  Here are the events that our community needs your help with:  PRPS Fun Fair – June 11th 3:45 – 7:30 pm, Vendor Sale in Sunbury – June 1st, Canada Day in Sydenham and Sunbury.  Please come to Student Services to get the contact information if you are interested in volunteering. – Fraser

      • The SR Girls Rugby team played a tight match against RND on Tuesday falling 22 - 17.  The girls fought until the very end and time expired just as the girls looked to score the winning try.  Sofia Tippen and Lindsay Brown scored tries while Sarah Smith picked up a convert.  In JR action, Georgia Lyon led the charge against the LSS as she ran the distance of the field with a great break through run.  Jayden Ryan and Harlee Gordon also scored in between fierce runs by Lacy Tousignant and Scotlyn Slack.  Defensively Ava Sauve, Maddie MacQuillan and Sydney Anderson-Emery put on a tackling clinic for all the fans who came out to watch.  Come support your Golden Eagles at home on Friday.  The JR’s take on FSS at 4:00 pm and the SR’s play their 1/4 match at 5:00 pm vs LSS.

      Wednesday, May 8, 2024

      • Get ready Sydenham!  Who’s up for a day of non-stop fun, fine food and ultimate teacher showdown!  Mark your calendars for May 9th because the Sydenham Carnival is back and better than ever!  From bouncy castles to face painting and balloon animals, we’ve got everything to make your day unforgettable.  But wait, there’s more, from April 30th to today head down to the Caf to place your bets on which brave staff member will face the ultimate challenge, getting pied in front of the entire school!  It’s a spectacle you won’t want to miss!  See you there! – Plumb

      • Syd’s Café is back with a performance on Thursday, May 23rd!  Posters to sign up with your handy QR Reader!  Practice up!  Sign up this week!  If you’d like to be involved with Syd’s Café as a performer, mentor or backstage help, there is a very important meeting at the start of lunch today.  This meeting will last 5 minutes, and it is very important that you attend.  Please meet in Room 106. – J. Keene

      • People gather piles of clothes they barely use.  That’s bad for the environment.  Let’s reuse and let’s share!  Let’s do something good for the planet.  Next week, the big yellow bin will be in the Main Foyer, put your extras and giveaway clothes there. – Wallace

      • This week for the Carnival, we also have 2 very epic Spirit Days to tie into the festivities!  Thursday, show your spirit on Red and Gold Day and finally on Friday, wear your clothes the “wrong way” on Inside-Out Day.  Get ready to get some epic points for your grade! – Plumb

      • Track and Field team picture for Pep Rally today at 1:10 in the New Gym. - Lawlor

      • SHS Band meets today at lunch!  See you in the Music Room. – Martin

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

      Tuesday, May 7, 2024

      • Get ready Sydenham!  Who’s up for a day of non-stop fun, fine food and ultimate teacher showdown!  Mark your calendars for May 9th because the Sydenham Carnival is back and better than ever!  From bouncy castles to face painting and balloon animals, we’ve got everything to make your day unforgettable.  But wait, there’s more, from April 30th to May 8th head down to the Caf to place your bets on which brave teachers will face the ultimate challenge, getting pied in front of the entire school!  It’s a spectacle you won’t want to miss!  See you there! – Plumb

      • Syd’s Café is just a short time away!  Posters to sign up with your handy QR Reader!  Practice up! Sign up this week! – Stevens

      • There will be a brief Tennis meeting today at the start of lunch in the New Gym. - Wimmer

      • We’re so excited by and appreciative of our recent, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” musical.  To celebrate, Pig Pen, played by Liam Guthrie has created a book and props display in our Library Commons.  Come on down and enjoy the collection. – Wallace

      • Join us today at lunch in the Library for an origami workshop to make spring tulips.  It’s a great skill, maybe you can make a gift for Mother’s Day or help us make decorations for the school.  Everyone is welcome. – Wallace

      • People gather piles of clothes they barely use.  That’s bad for the environment.  Let’s reuse and let’s share!  Let’s do something good for the planet.  Next week, the big yellow bin will be in the Main Foyer, put your extras and giveaway clothes there. – Wallace

      • This week for the Carnival, we also have 3 very epic Spirit Days to tie into the festivities!  On Wednesday, show your love for the early 2000’s fashion on Y2K Day, Thursday, show your spirit on Red and Gold Day and finally on Friday, wear your clothes the “wrong way” on Inside-Out Day.  Get ready to get some epic points for your grade! – Plumb

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.  Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      • There is an Outdoors Club meeting in Room 203 today at lunch.  We are planning new activities like hiking, rock climbing, canoeing and camping.  It is NOT too late for new members to join!  Please see Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison if you have any questions. – Garrison and Shibley

      • Attention SAGE members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie - Ricki

      Monday, May 6, 2024

      • Get ready Sydenham!  Who’s up for a day of non-stop fun, fine food and ultimate teacher showdown!  Mark your calendars for May 9th because the Sydenham Carnival is back and better than ever!  From bouncy castles to face painting and balloon animals, we’ve got everything to make your day unforgettable.  But wait, there’s more, from April 30th to May 8th head down to the Caf to place your bets on which brave teachers will face the ultimate challenge, getting pied in front of the entire school!  It’s a spectacle you won’t want to miss!  See you there! – Plumb

      • Calling all leaders!  Are you ready to make a difference?  Student Council Co-Presidential nominations are now open!  If you have leadership experience, event planning skills, and a commitment to our school community, step up and run for Co-President.  Be the voice of your peers and shape the future of our school.  The elections will take place on Tuesday, May 14th.  Application forms are available in the Main Office.  All forms are due May 6th.  If you have any questions about the position or election, please see Ms. Plumb. – Plumb

      • In Friday night sporting action the Girls Rugby team took on FSS.  Smart, physical play led to an early score and the girls hung on to secure the victory.  Faythe Morrison, Jamie Lavigne and Lindsay Brown were fierce at the breakdown while your Eagle backline slashed through the Frontenac defense.  Sophia Tippin scored a try and Georgia Lyon made a brilliant conversion kick from out wide to give the Eagles the victory.  Ava Stuper's zippy passing helped set ball carriers free as she picked up the player of the match honours.  Congratulations girls on the big win.  Come watch both Rugby teams in action tomorrow as the SR’s take on RND at 4:00 p.m. and the JR’s take on LSS at 5:00 pm. – McLagan

      • Syd’s Café is just a short time away!  Posters to sign up with your handy QR Reader!  Practice up!  Sign up this week! – Stevens

      • Student Council meeting today at lunch in Room 105.  All are welcome! – Plumb

      • SHS Band meets today after school from 2:45 – 4:00 pm.  See you in the Music Room! - Martin

      Friday, May 3, 2024

      • Books, Books, Books, we’re past mid-term and it’s time for you to return or renew your Library books.  If you’re working on a book assignment or haven’t finished reading it, ask the Library to renew your book.  Meanwhile, it you’re not reading it, bring your book back to the Library.  Thanks for keeping our Library great! - Wallace

      • Break a leg cast and crew of the musical, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown!”.   All drama classes have been moved to the Library.  There are still tickets available for our matinee @ 2:00 pm and evening show on Saturday.  Thank you everyone for your cooperation!  We are excited to share our show with our school and community! – Martin

      • A reminder to all graduating students that Valedictorian voting is now open.  The voting link can be found on the Grade 12 Google Classroom.  Voting will remain open until 11:00 am this Friday, May 3rd.  Students will not be able to vote after Friday.  Any questions, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • Get ready Sydenham!  Who’s up for a day of non-stop fun, fine food and ultimate teacher showdown!  Mark your calendars for May 9th because the Sydenham Carnival is back and better than ever!  From bouncy castles to face painting and balloon animals, we’ve got everything to make your day unforgettable.  But wait, there’s more, from April 30th to May 8th head down to the Caf to place your bets on which brave teachers will face the ultimate challenge, getting pied in front of the entire school!  It’s a spectacle you won’t want to miss!  See you there! – Plumb

      • Calling all leaders!  Are you ready to make a difference?  Student Council Co-Presidential nominations are now open!  If you have leadership experience, event planning skills, and a commitment to our school community, step up and run for Co-President.  Be the voice of your peers and shape the future of our school.  The elections will take place on Tuesday, May 14th.  Application forms are available in the Main Office.  All forms are due May 6th.  If you have any questions about the position or election, please see Ms. Plumb. - Plumb

      • Attention Indigenous students looking for leadership, community and field trip opportunities, there will be a short meeting at the start of lunch today in the Library.  See you there! – Jackson

      • May 5th is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirited individuals.  On this day we aim to raise awareness about the ongoing crisis and take action, and we remember the people who have lost their lives to colonial, gender-based violence, and their families and communities who continue to grieve the loss of their loved ones.  You may see in the halls today posters, videos, or other resources being shared.  We recognize that this may be triggering for students impacted by this national crisis, and we respect students' decisions to take care of their own mental well-being as needed, today.  Should you need support today, we encourage you to access trusted staff and counsellors or contact the Support Line, an independent, national, toll-free support call line at 1-844-413-6649. - Slate

      Thursday, May 2, 2024

      • Books, Books, Books, we’re past mid-term and it’s time for you to return or renew your Library books.  If you’re working on a book assignment or haven’t finished reading it, ask the Library to renew your book.  Meanwhile, it you’re not reading it, bring your book back to the Library.  Thanks for keeping our Library great! - Wallace

      • Break a leg cast and crew of the musical, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown!”. The cast will be performing matinees on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday this week.  Students are asked to stay away from the Drama hallway during these days, and all drama classes have been moved to the Library.  We would like to ask staff to please refrain from making announcements between 11:15 am and 1:30 pm during our performance days.  There are still tickets available for our evening shows on Wednesday and Saturday this week. We also have tickets available for our 2:00 pm matinee on Saturday.  Thank you everyone for your cooperation!  We are excited to share our show with our school and community! – Martin

      • A reminder to all graduating students that Valedictorian voting is now open.  The voting link can be found on the Grade 12 Google Classroom.  Voting will remain open until 11:00 am this Friday, May 3rd.  Students will not be able to vote after Friday.  Any questions, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • Get ready Sydenham!  Who’s up for a day of non-stop fun, fine food and ultimate teacher showdown!  Mark your calendars for May 9th because the Sydenham Carnival is back and better than ever!  From bouncy castles to face painting and balloon animals, we’ve got everything to make your day unforgettable.  But wait, there’s more, from April 30th to May 8th head down to the Caf to place your bets on which brave teachers will face the ultimate challenge, getting pied in front of the entire school!  It’s a spectacle you won’t want to miss!  See you there! – Plumb

      • Calling all leaders!  Are you ready to make a difference?  Student Council Co-Presidential nominations are now open!  If you have leadership experience, event planning skills, and a commitment to our school community, step up and run for Co-President.  Be the voice of your peers and shape the future of our school.  The elections will take place on Tuesday, May 14th.  Application forms are available in the Main Office.  All forms are due May 6th.  If you have any questions about the position or election, please see Ms. Plumb. - Plumb

      • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

      • Attention Juno members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie - Ricki

      Wednesday, May 1, 2024

      • Books, Books, Books, we’re past mid-term and it’s time for you to return or renew your Library books.  If you’re working on a book assignment or haven’t finished reading it, ask the Library to renew your book.  Meanwhile, it you’re not reading it, bring your book back to the Library.  Thanks for keeping our Library great! - Wallace

      • Your Golden Eagles played their hearts out yesterday on our home field as they took on NDSS.  In the SR match tenacious tackling by Ava Stuper, Peyton Hasler and Miah Claessen helped keep NDSS at bay.  Sofia Tippen was the player of the match as she put on a fantastic display of ball carrying, tackling and decision making.  In Sydenham’s first ever KASSAA JR rugby match Mackinleigh Courtney, Ainsleigh Brushette and Emily Casement made incredible tackles while Katie Foley, Harlee Gordon and Georgia Lyon ran through the opposition with the ball in hand.  Katey and Mackinleigh scored a try each twice, while Georgia Lyon kicked the a conversion to help the girls to a 12-12 tie.– McLagan

      • Break a leg cast and crew of the musical, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown!”.  The cast will be performing matinees on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday this week.  Students are asked to stay away from the Drama hallway during these days, and all drama classes have been moved to the Library.  We would like to ask staff to please refrain from making announcements between 11:15 am and 1:30 pm during our performance days.  There are still tickets available for our evening shows on Wednesday and Saturday this week.  We also have tickets available for our 2:00 pm matinee on Saturday.  Thank you everyone for your cooperation!  We are excited to share our show with our school and community! – Martin

      • A reminder to all graduating students that Valedictorian voting is now open.  The voting link can be found on the Grade 12 Google Classroom.  Voting will remain open until 11:00 am this Friday, May 3rd.Students will not be able to vote after Friday.  Any questions, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • Get ready Sydenham!  Who’s up for a day of non-stop fun, fine food and ultimate teacher showdown!  Mark your calendars for May 9th because the Sydenham Carnival is back and better than ever!  From bouncy castles to face painting and balloon animals, we’ve got everything to make your day unforgettable.  But wait, there’s more, from April 30th to May 8th head down to the Caf to place your bets on which brave teachers will face the ultimate challenge, getting pied in front of the entire school!  It’s a spectacle you won’t want to miss!  See you there! – Plumb

      • Calling all leaders!  Are you ready to make a difference?  Student Council Co-Presidential nominations are now open!  If you have leadership experience, event planning skills, and a commitment to our school community, step up and run for Co-President.  Be the voice of your peers and shape the future of our school.  The elections will take place on Tuesday, May 14th.  Application forms are available in the Main Office.  All forms are due May 6th.  If you have any questions about the position or election, please see Ms. Plumb. - Plumb

      • A reminder to any Grade 12 students who applied to an Ontario College that you must confirm your acceptance by today.  More information about how to confirm an offer is posted on the Grade 12 Google Classroom or you can see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

      Tuesday, April 30, 2024

      • Books, Books, Books, we’re past mid-term and it’s time for you to return or renew your Library books.  If you’re working on a book assignment or haven’t finished reading it, ask the Library to renew your book.  Meanwhile, it you’re not reading it, bring your book back to the Library.  Thanks for keeping our Library great! - Wallace

      • Today is the big day Golden Eagles, your Girls’ Rugby teams play host to NDSS as they take on last year’s OFSSAA contenders at 5:00 pm.  Our own Savanna Shay leads our girls at the scrum half position.  Savanna recently signed to play with the Carleton University Ravens and brings her experience playing with Eastern Ontario and Ontario teams.  Come see her leadership on the field and witness the toughness of players like Layla Banai and Lindsay Brown in action.  History will be made today as SHS plays in its first ever JR KASSAA Rugby game.  The action starts at 4:00 pm as players like Sydney Anderson-Emery and Evelyn Andre take the field under the strong leadership of Katie Foley and Georgia Lyon.  Don't miss out!  See you at 4:00 pm!  – McLagan

      • Break a leg cast and crew of the musical, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown!”.  The cast will be performing matinees on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday this week.  Students are asked to stay away from the Drama hallway during these days, and all drama classes have been moved to the Library.  We would like to ask staff to please refrain from making announcements between 11:15 am and 1:30 pm during our performance days.  There are still tickets available for our evening shows on Wednesday and Saturday this week.  We also have tickets available for our 2:00 pm matinee on Saturday.  Thank you everyone for your cooperation!  We are excited to share our show with our school and community! – Martin

      • There will be an Ultimate Frisbee practice today after school.  If it’s raining, we’ll be in the Gym, otherwise we’ll be down at the field. – B. English

      • Get ready Sydenham!  Who’s up for a day of non-stop fun, fine food and ultimate teacher showdown!  Mark your calendars for May 9th because the Sydenham Carnival is back and better than ever!  From bouncy castles to face painting and balloon animals, we’ve got everything to make your day unforgettable.  But wait, there’s more, from April 30th to May 8th head down to the Caf to place your bets on which brave teachers will face the ultimate challenge, getting pied in front of the entire school!  It’s a spectacle you won’t want to miss!  See you there! – Plumb

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.  Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      • There is an Outdoors Club meeting in Room 203 today at lunch.  We are planning new activities like hiking, rock climbing, canoeing and camping.  It is NOT too late for new members to join!  Please see Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison if you have any questions. – Garrison and Shibley

      • Attention SAGE members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie - Ricki

      Monday, April 29, 2024

      • All Track and Field athletes hoping to go to the TISS Meet on Friday, need to sign up by the end of 2nd break today.  There will be no late entries. - Lawlor

      • As it is performance week for the musical, there will be no band this week.  Please take the time to practice your pieces individually, as we have both Syd’s Café and our Canada’s Wonderland performance trip coming up this month.  Thank you for everyone’s patience over the past few weeks as many band members and all band teachers have been busy with the musical.  Everybody will be back strong on Monday, May 6th!  Please come see Ms. Martin ASAP, if you are missing any music for any of our current performance pieces, which include:  Aladdin, Jurassic Park, Tripwire, Nebula, and Ash Lawn Echoes.  We hope to see you either on stage, backstage, or in the audience of our musical, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” this week! - Martin

      • Congratulations to the SR Girls Rugby team on their 36 – 5 victory over HC on Friday.  Excellent tackling by the likes of Ainsleigh Brushette, Grace Allport and Miah Claessen led the forwards while thrilling pass plays by Ava Stuper, Georgia Lyon and all of the backs led the Golden Eagles down the field.  Katie Foley scored 2 tries, Sofia Tippen notched a hat trick while Peyton Hasler scored 1 and picked up the player of the match.  Come support your Golden Eagles in action tomorrow on our home field.  The JR’s play at 4:00 pm and the SR’s at 5:00 pm as they take on NDSS. – McLagan

      • Break a leg cast and crew of the musical, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown!”.  The cast will be performing matinees on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday this week.  Students are asked to stay away from the Drama hallway during these days, and all drama classes have been moved to the library.  We would like to ask staff to please refrain from making announcements between 11:15 am and 1:30 pm during our performance days.  There are still tickets available to our evening shows on Wednesday and Saturday this week.  We also have tickets available for our 2:00 pm matinee on Saturday.  Thank you everyone for your cooperation!  We are excited to share our show with our school and community! – Martin

      • Student Council meeting today at lunch in Room 105.  All are welcome! – Plumb

      Friday, April 26, 2024

      • Attention Indigenous students interested in the Arts – there is a very cool field trip opportunity coming up in the near future – check the purple posters around the school or see Mr. Jackson for more details. - Jackson

      • The Sydenham Canada Day Committee is looking for volunteers to help run Canada Day at the Point.  They need help with Cookie Decorating, Children’s Games and various booths.  If you are interested in volunteering, please see Student Services to get the contact information. – Fraser

      • Girls Rugby, you are dismissed from class at 2:15 pm.  Please be on the bus by 2:25 pm. - McLagan

      • Today at lunch in our Library Conference Room we continue the celebration of our planet Earth.  Bring your lunch and a friend to the screening of the film, Borealis.  Together let’s travel deep into the heart of the Boreal Forest to explore the chorus of life in Canada’s iconic wilderness.  Canada’s Boreal Forest covers 270 million hectares and is both critical and precious because it stores carbon, purifies our air and water and regulates our climate. - Wallace

      Thursday, April 25, 2024

      • Attention Indigenous students interested in the Arts – there is a very cool field trip opportunity coming up in the near future – check the purple posters around the school or see Mr. Jackson for more details. - Jackson

      • The Sydenham Canada Day Committee is looking for volunteers to help run Canada Day at the Point.  They need help with Cookie Decorating, Children’s Games and various booths.  If you are interested in volunteering, please see Student Services to get the contact information. – Fraser

      • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

      • Attention Juno members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie - Ricki

      Wednesday, April 24, 2024

      • Attention Indigenous students interested in the Arts – there is a very cool field trip opportunity coming up in the near future – check the purple posters around the school or see Mr. Jackson for more details. - Jackson

      • Handoffs for 4 x 100 are today. – Lawlor

      • Hey Sydenham, did you know that the dyes used to produce clothing have toxic chemicals that end up in our waterways?  Approximately 20% of the world’s water waste is from this process.  Help make a difference, join Maria today in the Library to plan an SHS Clothing Swap.  Make a difference, join our movement! – Wallace

      • The Sydenham Canada Day Committee is looking for volunteers to help run Canada Day at the Point.  They need help with Cookie Decorating, Children’s Games and various booths.  If you are interested in volunteering, please see Student Services to get the contact information. – Fraser

      • SHS Band meets today at lunch!  See you in the Music Room. – Martin

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

      Tuesday, April 23, 2024

      • Hey Golden Eagles, come join us in the Cafeteria today at lunch for Snoopy’s Pizza Giveaway!  Come and “let the dogs out’ to enter your name for a free pizza!  We have 5 pizzas to give away.  For every buy-out ticket sold, you get 2 chances to win.  This is the last day to get your buy out tickets. – Loughlin

      • Attention Indigenous students interested in the Arts – there is a very cool field trip opportunity coming up in the near future – check the purple posters around the school or see Mr. Jackson for more details. - Jackson

      • Come out and support your SR Girls Soccer team today while they play against BSS.  Hope to see you there! - Moore

      • There will be an Ultimate Frisbee practice after school down at the field.  New players are still welcome, come see Mr. English if you’re interested. – B. English

      • Reminder of the Rec Leadership meeting today at lunch for all students help with the Pep Rally.  Meeting will be held in Room 008. – B. English

      • High Jump is today at lunch in the Gym.  Handoffs for 4 x 100 are tomorrow.  Intervals are today. – Lawlor

      • Fast fashion is the second most water-intensive industry in the world.  Did you know it takes 3,000 litres of water to make one cotton shirt?  Make a difference Sydenham, Wednesday at lunch, join Maria in the Library to plan a clothing swap.  Why not recycle rather than adding to the negative impacts of fashion?  Join the movement! – Wallace

      • The Sydenham Canada Day Committee is looking for volunteers to help run Canada Day at the Point.  They need help with Cookie Decorating, Children’s Games and various booths.  If you are interested in volunteering, please see Student Services to get the contact information. – Fraser

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.  Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      • There is an Outdoors Club meeting in Room 203 today at lunch.  We are planning new activities like hiking, rock climbing, canoeing and camping  .It is NOT too late for new members to join!  Please see Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison if you have any questions. – Garrison and Shibley

      • Attention SAGE members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie - Ricki

      Monday, April 22, 2024

      • Get your buy out ticket TODAY for the musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”!  Your tickets buys you out of Period 3 on Wednesday, May 1st.  Tickets are $5.00 and available in the Cafeteria at lunch or from Mrs. Loughlin.  Tuesday is the LAST day to buy tickets.  Keep tuned for Snoopy’s pizza giveaway taking place on Tuesday at lunch! – Loughlin

      • Attention Indigenous students interested in the Arts – there is a very cool field trip opportunity coming up in the near future – check the purple posters around the school or see Mr. Jackson for more details. - Jackson

      • Come out and support your SR Girls Soccer team on Tuesday, April 23rd while they play against BSS.  Hope to see you there! - Moore

      • A very important Student Council meeting today in Room 105.  All members must attend.  Please see Ms. Plumb if you can’t make it. – Plumb

      • SHS Band meets today after school from 2:45 – 4:00 pm.  See you in the Music Room! - Martin

      Friday, April 19, 2024

      • Get your student buy out tickets today for the SHS production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” on May 1st.  Tickets are on sale for $5.00 in the cafeteria at lunch.  Cash, credit and debit are accepted.  There is limited seating, so get your tickets today!  This is a limited time offer, ticket sales end on Tuesday! – Loughlin

      • Attention Indigenous students interested in the Arts – there is a very cool field trip opportunity coming up in the near future – check the purple posters around the school or see Mr. Jackson for more details. - Jackson

      • On Monday, it’s officially Earth Day and some classes are heading out Slot C to do our annual Earth Day clean up.  Ask your teacher if your class and take part.  Plastic pollution is found on shorelines across Canada.  What about Sydenham Lake?  Plastics disrupt animal habitats and have fatal results.  Let’s pick up our mess, on Monday and every day! - Wallace

      • Girls Rugby, you are dismissed at 11:45 am.Please be on the bus by 12:00 pm. - McLagan

      Thursday, April 18, 2024

      • Get your student buy out tickets today for the SHS production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” on May 1st.  Tickets are on sale for $5.00 in the cafeteria at lunch.  Cash, credit and debit are accepted.  There is limited seating, so get your tickets today!  This is a limited time offer, ticket sales end on Tuesday! – Loughlin

      • Here is your friendly, supportive, uplifting, and personal invitation to turn in all assignments due by this Friday!  Your teachers must submit marks, so our next Park and Produce is this Friday, April 19th in Room 101 from 2:45 pm until you’re done!  Do it! – Stevens

      • Attention Indigenous students interested in the Arts – there is a very cool field trip opportunity coming up in the near future – check the purple posters around the school or see Mr. Jackson for more details. - Jackson

      • On Monday, it’s officially Earth Day and at SHS we’re going to have events all week to celebrate our planet.  For example, on Wednesday be part of a planning meeting for a clothing exchange.  Fashion has devastating consequences from its use of plastic fabrics and its enormous carbon footprint.  Swap out clothing, give them a second life and do better by our home, Earth. - Wallace

      • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

      Wednesday, April 17, 2024

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • Today’s the day, we’re having our spring tea party in the Library.  It’s time to relax and get social.  Everyone is welcome – but note, it’s first come, first served.  We’ve got snacks and so many different kinds of teas.  Try something new, today in the Library - Wallace

      • Get your student buy out tickets today for the SHS production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” on May 1st.  Tickets are on sale for $5.00 in the cafeteria at lunch.  Cash, credit and debit are accepted.  There is limited seating, so get your tickets today! – Loughlin

      • Here is your friendly, supportive, uplifting, and personal invitation to turn in all assignments due by this Friday!  Your teachers must submit marks, so our next Park and Produce is this Friday, April 19th in Room 101 from 2:45 pm until you’re done!  Do it! – Stevens

      • There will be no Concert Band practice today at lunch. - Jackson

      • Attention Indigenous students interested in the Arts – there is a very cool field trip opportunity coming up in the near future – check the purple posters around the school or see Mr. Jackson for more details. - Jackson

      • Girls Rugby – please board the bus today at 1:00 pm.  Bring your forms to Mr. McLagan in Room 215. - McLagan

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

      Tuesday, April 16, 2024

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • Hey Sydenham, to celebrate Earth Day coming up, we’re throwing a tea party in the Library.  And you’re invited.  It’s in the Library at lunch tomorrow.  There will be snacks!  Make sure to tell your friends to come grab some nice hot tea. - Wallace

      • Last chance to sign up for the meet this Friday for Track and Field athletes at lunch today.  Practice tonight for all sprinters and hurdlers at Invista, bus leaves the SHS parking lot at 3:30 pm. - Shibley

      • Get your student buy out tickets today for the SHS production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” on May 1st.  Tickets are on sale for $5.00 in the cafeteria at lunch.  Cash, credit and debit are accepted.  There is limited seating, so get your tickets today! – Loughlin

      • Here is your friendly, supportive, uplifting, and personal invitation to turn in all assignments due by this Friday!  Your teachers must submit marks, so our next Park and Produce is this Friday, April 19th in Room 101 from 2:45 pm until you’re done!  Do it! – Stevens

      • Anyone interested in playing tennis, there will be a quick meeting today at the start of lunch in the New Gym. – Wimmer

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.  Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      • There is an Outdoors Club meeting in Room 203 today at lunch.  We are planning new activities like hiking, rock climbing, canoeing and camping.  It is NOT too late for new members to join!  Please see Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison if you have any questions. – Garrison and Shibley

      • Attention SAGE members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie - Ricki

      Monday, April 15, 2024

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • To celebrate spring, we’re hosting another tea party in the Library.  It takes place this week at lunch.  Taste test several flavours and snack on biscuits.  Stay tuned for more details. - Wallace

      • Student Council meeting today at lunch in Room 105.  All are welcome! – Plumb

      • SHS Band meets today after school from 2:45 – 4:00 pm.  See you in the Music Room. - Martin

      Friday, April 12, 2024

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • There is an important meeting for all graduating students on Monday, April 15th in Slot B in the Main Gym.  Your attendance is extremely important as we will be covering all aspects of graduation including grad awards.  If you have any questions about the meeting, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • To celebrate spring, we’re hosting another tea party in the Library.  It takes place next week at lunch.  Taste test several flavours and snack on biscuits.  Stay tuned for more details. - Wallace

      • Earlier this week the girls' rugby team travelled to NDSS.  Over a dozen girls showed their strength and power as they played in the first rugby match of their lives!  In the JR side Natalia Tippen notched the first try of her high school career.  The SR Girls Rugby Team took to the pitch yesterday for their preseason tournament and showed incredible improvement throughout the day.  Tenacious tackling by the likes of Lindsay Brown and Sofia Tippen set the tone for our season.  In the final match Grace Allport and Katie Foley's tries helped your Golden Eagles secure a tie against Frontenac Falcons.  Good luck to the JR girls as they take on LaSalle this afternoon.  Dismissal time is 2pm.

      Thursday, April 11, 2024

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • Boys Baseball tryouts are happening today @ 2:45 pm.  Meet outside the New Gym.  See you there! – Garrison

      • There is an important meeting for all graduating students on Monday, April 15th in Slot B in the Main Gym.  Your attendance is extremely important as we will be covering all aspects of graduation including grad awards.  If you have any questions about the meeting, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • To celebrate spring, we’re hosting another tea party in the Library.  It takes place next week at lunch.  Taste test several flavours and snack on biscuits.  Stay tuned for more details. - Wallace

      • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

      • Attention Juno members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie - Ricki

      Wednesday, April 10, 2024

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • Hey Sydenham, are you 18 or over?  If so, tomorrow, you have the opportunity to donate blood.  If you are eligible, find the posters posted around the school and scan the QR codes.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. English. – B. English

      • Boys Baseball tryouts are happening tomorrow @ 2:45 pm.  Meet outside the New Gym.  See you there! – Garrison

      • There is an important meeting for all graduating students on Monday, April 15th in Slot B in the Main Gym.  Your attendance is extremely important as we will be covering all aspects of graduation including grad awards.  If you have any questions about the meeting, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • Congratulations to all Badminton players who participated in the JR KASSAA tournament yesterday.  The SR’s will practice today and tomorrow at lunch. - Richards

      • Today is International Day of Pink.  A day of awareness and prevention against homophobia and transphobia.  Stand with the 2SLGBTQIA+ community to fight for equality and acceptance. – Slate

      • SHS Band meets today at lunch!  See you in the Music Room. – Martin

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

      Tuesday, April 9, 2024

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • Hey Sydenham, are you 18 or over?  If so, on Thursday, April 11th, you have the opportunity to donate blood.  If you are eligible, find the posters posted around the school and scan the QR codes.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. English. – B. English

      • There will be an Ultimate Frisbee practice today in the Main Gym right after school until 4:00 pm.  New players still welcome. – B. English

      • Boys Baseball tryouts are happening Tuesday and Thursday @ 2:45 pm.  Meet outside the New Gym.  See you there! – Garrison

      • There is an important meeting for all graduating students on Monday, April 15th in Slot B in the Main Gym.  Your attendance is extremely important as we will be covering all aspects of graduation including grad awards.  If you have any questions about the meeting, please see Mrs. English in Student Services. – K. English

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.  Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      • Attention SAGE members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie - Ricki

      Friday, April 5, 2024

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • If students are looking for an exciting way to blend online summer learning with a great travel experience, we have the perfect opportunity this summer.  For any student looking to do Grade 10 Civics and Careers in French or English, we are offering a 4-week summer learning experience that includes 8 days of travel to Ottawa, Montreal and New York City.  For more information, speak to our Guidance Counsellors. – Slate

      • Hey Sydenham, are you 18 or over?  If so, on Thursday, April 11th, you have the opportunity to donate blood  .If you are eligible, find the posters posted around the school and scan the QR codes.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. English. – B. English

      • Good Morning Sydenham, we just wanted to let everyone know we are going to be doing a soccer intramural next week during lunch in the New Gym.  There will be sign up sheets in both the Cafeteria and in the Math Hallway by the Map.  It is going to be held on Wednesday and Thursday next week, anyone can come and play or if you have a team of 4 – 5 you can play that way.  The games will be 10 – 15 minutes long and there’s going to be music.  We will decide teams by Tuesday, so don’t forget to sign up.  There will also be posts on the Instagram pages and you can email us with any questions.  It’s going to be lots of fun so, come out and hope to see you there. – B. English

      Wednesday, April 3, 2024

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • If students are looking for an exciting way to blend online summer learning with a great travel experience, we have the perfect opportunity this summer.  For any student looking to do Grade 10 Civics and Careers in French or English, we are offering a 4-week summer learning experience that includes 8 days of travel to Ottawa, Montreal and New York City.  For more information, speak to our Guidance Counsellors. – Slate

      • Badminton this week:  Thursday at lunch. – Richards

      • Any students interested in playing Ultimate Frisbee, there’s a practice after school today in the Main Gym starting at 4:45 pm.  All new players are welcome.– B. English

      • All Track and Field athletes needs to come by the announcement board at lunch to double check the team list. - Lawlor

      • There is an important SR Boys Soccer meeting today at lunch in Room 008.  Check the classroom for appointment times. – Lawlor

      • Special thanks to Zakk Ottenhoff for donating tie wire materials to the Construction classes, concrete forms unit.  Also special thanks to Cody Leonard for his outstanding initiative organizing the shop tool room, that’s boys – Odho

      • There will be an open gym for Boys Baseball today in the New Gym from 2:40 – 3:55 and tomorrow in the Main Gym from 3:55 – 4:45 pm.  See you there! – Garrison

      • SHS Band meets today at lunch!  See you in the Music Room. – Martin

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

      Tuesday, April 2, 2024

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • If students are looking for an exciting way to blend online summer learning with a great travel experience, we have the perfect opportunity this summer.  For any student looking to do Grade 10 Civics and Careers in French or English, we are offering a 4-week summer learning experience that includes 8 days of travel to Ottawa, Montreal and New York City.  For more information, speak to our Guidance Counsellors. – Slate

      • Badminton this week:  Today at lunch and after school, Thursday at lunch. – Richards

      • This message is for any Queer or Gender Diverse students or allies, SAGE meetings have been moved to Tuesday’s at lunch in the Aerie.  If you would like to help plan PRIDE events or just like a safe space to hang out over lunch, please join us. – Ricki

      • Any students interested in playing Ultimate Frisbee, there’s a practice right after school today in the New Gym.– B. English

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.  Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      • There is an Outdoors Club meeting in Room 203 today at lunch.  We are planning new activities like hiking, rock climbing, canoeing and camping.  It is NOT too late for new members to join!  Please see Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison if you have any questions. – Garrison and Shibley

      Thursday, March 28, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until today to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • Now is the time to get those pesky late assignments turned in!  Park and Produce is today after school.  Stop unwanted referrals!  Get stuff done now!  This means you! – Stevens

      • If students are looking for an exciting way to blend online summer learning with a great travel experience, we have the perfect opportunity this summer.  For any student looking to do Grade 10 Civics and Careers in French or English, we are offering a 4-week summer learning experience that includes 8 days of travel to Ottawa, Montreal and New York City.  For more information, speak to our Guidance Counsellors. – Slate

      • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

      Wednesday, March 27, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until tomorrow to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • There is a great opportunity for students who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+ or as an ally tomorrow all day.  Students are invited to the Screening Room for a movie screening and guest speakers.  Lunch and snacks are provided.  If you would like to participate, please see Ricki. – Ricki

      • Spirit Week – Thursday is Board wide Beach Day, dress up in school appropriate summer clothes and get a freezie – Plumb

      • There will be a brief meeting for all students interested in playing Ultimate Frisbee today at lunch in Room 008 (Health Room).  Please see Mr. English if you’re interested in playing but can’t make the meeting.  Reminder to any students who’d like to play on the Tennis team this year to sign up outside the Weightroom. – B. English

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • There will be an open gym today from 4:10 – 5:30 pm in the New Gym for Boy’s Baseball. – Garrison

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

      • SHS Band meets today at lunch!  See you in the Music Room. – Martin

      • Now is the time to get those pesky late assignments turned in!  Park and Produce is tomorrow after school.  Stop unwanted referrals!  Get stuff done now!  This means you! – Stevens

      • If students are looking for an exciting way to blend online summer learning with a great travel experience, we have the perfect opportunity this summer.  For any student looking to do Grade 10 Civics and Careers in French or English, we are offering a 4-week summer learning experience that includes 8 days of travel to Ottawa, Montreal and New York City.  For more information, speak to our Guidance Counsellors. - Slate

      Tuesday, March 26, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until March 28th to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • There is a great opportunity for students who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+ or as an ally on March 28th all day.  Students are invited to the Screening Room for a movie screening and guest speakers.  Lunch and snacks are provided.  If you would like to participate, please see Ricki. – Ricki

      • Badminton - Tuesday at lunch and after school. - Richards

      • Next week is Spirit Week –Wednesday is Celebrity Day, Thursday is Board wide Beach Day, dress up in school appropriate summer clothes and get a freezie – Plumb

      • Any students interested in playing on either the Ultimate Frisbee team and / or the Tennis team should sign up on the bulletin board just outside the Weightroom.  Listen for announcements to know when these sports will get started. – B. English

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. – Martin

      • There will be an open gym on Wednesday from 4:10 – 5:30 pm in the New Gym for Boy’s Baseball. – Garrison

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      • There is an Outdoors Club meeting in Room 203 today at lunch.  We are planning new activities like hiking, rock climbing, canoeing and camping.  It is NOT too late for new members to join!  Please see Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison if you have any questions. – Garrison and Shibley

      Monday, March 25, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until March 28th to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • There is a great opportunity for students who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+ or as an ally on March 28th all day.  Students are invited to the Screening Room for a movie screening and guest speakers.  Lunch and snacks are provided.  If you would like to participate, please see Ricki. – Ricki

      • Badminton - Monday and Tuesday at lunch and Tuesday after school. - Richards

      • Next week is Spirit Week – Tuesday is Retro Day, Wednesday is Celebrity Day, Thursday is Board wide Beach Day, dress up in summer clothes and get a freezie – Plumb

      • SHS Band rehearsal will run from 2:45 – 3:45 pm today.  Please note the earlier end time. – Martin

      • Student Council meeting today at lunch in Room 105.  All are welcome! – Plumb

      • Attention SAGE members – meeting today at lunch in the Aerie. – Ricki

      • Any students interested in playing on either the Ultimate Frisbee team and / or the Tennis team should sign up on the bulletin board just outside the Weightroom.  Listen for announcements to know when these sports will get started. – B. English

      • There will be a buy-out on May 1st to see SHS’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and because the Drama Room is a small venue, tickets will sell out fast!  In order to know when tickets will go live so you can have first pick, make sure to follow the official musical account on Instagram @shs.musical to get updates on tickets and learn about the cast, crew and the show itself. - Martin

      Friday, March 22, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until March 28th to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • Our SHS School Council is excited to share a free skating event for SHS students and family on March 24th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm at the Frontenac Arena.  There will be music, free hot chocolate and coffee, a food truck and opportunities to learn about community services.  Mark your calendar! – Slate

      • Attention JR Boys Soccer players, we have tryouts scheduled today after school.  It is not too late to join the team, even if you missed the meeting before March Break.  Please see Mr. Shibley to get added to the Google Classrooms so you can stay informed about upcoming tryout dates and times. – Shibley

      • There will be a JR Girls Soccer meeting today at lunch in Room 001.  Please see Ms. Thompson if you can’t make it.– H. Thompson

      • There is a great opportunity for students who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+ or as an ally on March 28th all day.  Students are invited to the Screening Room for a movie screening and guest speakers. Lunch and snacks are provided.  If you would like to participate, please see Ricki. – Ricki

      • Badminton is Monday and Tuesday at lunch next week and Tuesday after school. - Richards

      • Next week is Spirit Week – Monday is Red and Gold Day, Tuesday is Retro Day, Wednesday is Celebrity Day, Thursday is Board wide Beach Day, dress up in summer clothes and get a freezie – Plumb

      • Girls Rugby – there is a meeting in Room 215 at lunch today for all Grade 11 and 12 girls playing Rugby. - McLagan

      Thursday, March 21, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until March 28th to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • Our SHS School Council is excited to share a free skating event for SHS students and family on March 24th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm at the Frontenac Arena.  There will be music, free hot chocolate and coffee, a food truck and opportunities to learn about community services.  Mark your calendar! – Slate

      • Attention JR Boys Soccer players, we have tryouts scheduled this week Monday, Tuesday and Friday after school.  It is not too late to join the team, even if you missed the meeting before March Break.  Please see Mr. Shibley to get added to the Google Classrooms so you can stay informed about upcoming tryout dates and times. – Shibley

      • There will be a JR Girls Soccer tryout today after school at 2:45 pm during Slot 1.  Please see Ms. Thompson if you can’t make it.– H. Thompson

      • For any boys interested in playing on the Varsity Boys Baseball team, there will be a meeting today at lunch in Room 203. – Garrison

      • There is a great opportunity for students who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+ or as an ally on March 28th all day.  Students are invited to the Screening Room for a movie screening and guest speakers.  Lunch and snacks are provided.  If you would like to participate, please see Ricki. – Ricki

      • Today a Public Health Nurse will be coming to the Aerie at lunch to speak with any female identifying students who have questions about sexual health or would like to hear answers to anonymous questions from students at SHS.  All female students are welcome to attend.  If you have questions, please scan the QR codes in the washrooms and ask them anonymously.  Snacks will be provided, see you there! - Ricki

      • The cafeteria today will have an alternative entrance / exit due to the Mini Stock Tournament.  There will be no access to the cafeteria space as well for the duration of the tournament.  Please be aware of this.  Thanks for your understanding. - Hammer

      • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

      • Next week is Spirit Week – Monday is Red and Gold Day, Tuesday is Retro Day, Wednesday is Celebrity Day, Thursday is Board wide Beach Day, dress up in summer clothes and get a freezie - Plumb

      Wednesday, March 20, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until March 28th to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • Our SHS School Council is excited to share a free skating event for SHS students and family on March 24th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm at the Frontenac Arena.  There will be music, free hot chocolate and coffee, a food truck and opportunities to learn about community services.  Mark your calendar! – Slate

      • A very important Track and Field meeting for all athletes and any students who would like to join Track and Field today at lunch in the New Gym. – Lawlor

      • The set painting team for “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” will meet today at lunch in the Art Room!  New team members are welcome to join.  Lots of fun painting to do! – Shaw

      • Attention JR Boys Soccer players, we have tryouts scheduled this week Monday, Tuesday and Friday after school.  It is not too late to join the team, even if you missed the meeting before March Break.  Please see Mr. Shibley to get added to the Google Classrooms so you can stay informed about upcoming tryout dates and times. – Shibley

      • There will be a JR Girls Soccer tryout today after school at 4:10 pm during Slot 2.  Please see Ms. Thompson if you can’t make it.  Tryouts will continue tomorrow as well. – H. Thompson

      • Attention all SR Girls interested in trying out for Soccer, we have 2 times this week, today in Slot 1 (2:45 – 3:55 pm) in the Main Gym.  Please see Mr. Moore if you can’t make it. – Moore

      • For any boys interested in playing on the Varsity Boys Baseball team, there will be a meeting tomorrow at lunch in Room 203. – Garrison

      • There is a great opportunity for students who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+ or as an ally on March 28th all day.  Students are invited to the Screening Room for a movie screening and guest speakers.  Lunch and snacks are provided.  If you would like to participate, please see Ricki. – Ricki

      • Tomorrow a Public Health Nurse will be coming to the Aerie at lunch to speak with any female identifying students who have questions about sexual health or would like to hear answers to anonymous questions from students at SHS.  All female students are welcome to attend. If you have questions, please scan the QR codes in the washrooms and ask them anonymously.  Snacks will be provided, see you there! - Ricki

      • SHS Band meets today at lunch, see you in the Music Room! - Martin

      • Our sweet Therapy Dog Mattis is in sunny Florida this week, so he won’t be here for cuddles, sorry! – Ricki

      • Next week is Spirit Week – Monday is Red and Gold Day, Tuesday is Retro Day, Wednesday is Celebrity Day, Thursday is Board wide Beach Day, dress up in summer clothes and get a freezie - Plumb

      Tuesday, March 19, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until March 28th to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • Our SHS School Council is excited to share a free skating event for SHS students and family on March 24th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm at the Frontenac Arena.  There will be music, free hot chocolate and coffee, a food truck and opportunities to learn about community services.  Mark your calendar! – Slate

      • Badminton practices this week – JR’s and SR’s at lunch today, come out please. - Richards

      • Any Track and Field athlete that has attended at least 6 practices needs to come by the Upstairs Gym Office to sign up for the York Meet.  Sign-ups are today. – Lawlor

      • The set painting team for “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” will meet tomorrow at lunch in the Art Room!  New team members are welcome to join.  Lots of fun painting to do! – Shaw

      • Attention JR Boys Soccer players, we have tryouts scheduled this week Monday, Tuesday and Friday after school.  It is not too late to join the team, even if you missed the meeting before March Break.  Please see Mr. Shibley to get added to the Google Classrooms so you can stay informed about upcoming tryout dates and times. – Shibley

      • There will be a JR Girls Soccer tryout today after school at 5:30 pm during Slot 3.  Please see Ms. Thompson if you can’t make it.  Tryouts will continue tomorrow and Thursday as well. – H. Thompson

      • Attention all SR Girls interested in trying out for Soccer, we have 2 times this week, today in Slot 1 (2:45 – 3:55 pm) in the New Gym and tomorrow in Slot 1 (2:45 – 3:55 pm) in the Main Gym.  Please see Mr. Moore if you can’t make it. – Moore

      • For any boys interested in playing on the Varsity Boys Baseball team, there will be a meeting on Thursday at lunch in Room 203. – Garrison

      • There is a great opportunity for students who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+ or as an ally on March 28th all day.  Students are invited to the Screening Room for a movie screening and guest speakers.  Lunch and snacks are provided.  If you would like to participate, please see Ricki. – Ricki

      • On Thursday a Public Health Nurse will be coming to the Aerie at lunch to speak with any female identifying students who have questions about sexual health or would like to hear answers to anonymous questions from students at SHS.  All female students are welcome to attend.  If you have questions, please scan the QR codes in the washrooms and ask them anonymously.  Snacks will be provided, see you there! - Ricki

      • Hey Sydenham!  Today is GAME DAY at the Golden Eagles Games Club.  Come down to the Library at lunch today to play.  Lots of favourites like UNO, Exploding Kittens and more.  Why not try a game from the shelf - King-Domino, Dutch Blitz, Organ Attack!  Mr. Shaw can help you with the rules and you’ll be having fun in no time… Bring a friend or make a friend when you get there!  Games Club at lunch today! – Shaw

      • There is an Outdoors Club meeting in Room 203 today at lunch.  We are planning new activities like hiking, rock climbing, canoeing and camping.  It is NOT too late for new members to join!  Please see Mr. Shibley or Ms. Garrison if you have any questions. – Garrison and Shibley

      Monday, March 18, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until March 28th to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • Our SHS School Council is excited to share a free skating event for SHS students and family on March 24th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm at the Frontenac Arena.  There will be music, free hot chocolate and coffee, a food truck and opportunities to learn about community services.  Mark your calendar! – Slate

      • Girls Rugby is today in the New Gym from 4:10 – 5:30 pm.  New members are welcome at any time.  See Mr. McLagan or Mr. Legge to get added to the Google Classroom. – McLagan

      • Badminton practices this week – SR’s at lunch today, JR’s and SR’s after school tonight and JR’s at lunch tomorrow. - Richards

      • Any Track and Field athlete that has attended at least 6 practices needs to come by the Upstairs Gym Office to sign up for the York Meet.  Sign-ups are today and tomorrow. – Lawlor

      • The set painting team for “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” will meet today at lunch in the Art Room!  New team members are welcome to join.  Lots of fun painting to do! – Shaw

      • Attention JR Boys Soccer players, we have tryouts scheduled this week Monday, Tuesday and Friday after school.  It is not too late to join the team, even if you missed the meeting before March Break.  Please see Mr. Shibley to get added to the Google Classrooms so you can stay informed about upcoming tryout dates and times. – Shibley

      • JR Girls Soccer tryouts start tomorrow after school in Slot 3 (5:10 – 6:30 pm).  Please see Ms. Thompson if you have any questions. – H. Thompson

      • Attention all SR Girls interested in trying out for Soccer, we have 2 times this week, Tuesday, March 19th in Slot 1 (2:45 – 3:55 pm) in the New Gym and Wednesday, March 20th in Slot 1 (2:45 – 3:55 pm) in the Main Gym.  Please see Mr. Moore if you can’t make it. – Moore

      • Dear Unsung Heroes, we want to thank you for the wonderful job you did on our Gyms.  While most of us were away on holiday last week, our amazing Custodial team was here, refinishing the Gym floors.  Each time we achieve athletic excellence you are a big part of our team’s success.  Thank you for your massive contribution. – Wallace

      • Student Council meeting today at lunch in Room 105.  All are welcome! – Plumb

      • SHS Band meets today after school from 2:45 – 3:45 pm.  See you in the Music Room. – Martin

      • Attention SAGE members, meeting today at lunch in the Aerie. - Ricki

      Friday, March 8, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until March 28th to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • Our SHS School Council is excited to share a free skating event for SHS students and family on March 24th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm at the Frontenac Arena.  There will be music, free hot chocolate and coffee, a food truck and opportunities to learn about community services.  Mark your calendar! – Slate

      • Girls Rugby, if you are thinking about joining Girls Rugby and haven’t been out yet, you are most welcome to join us after March Break.  If you might join us, please see Mr. McLagan or Mr. Legge before March Break to get added to the Google Classroom to keep up with news and how to videos.  You don’t need to have any experience, come try this awesome game and join a great group of people! – McLagan

      • Congratulations to the Novice Girls VB team on their big win at the KSS Invitational Tournament, winning 2 of 3 tournaments this season.  Was a great accomplishment and shows how great girls VB is at SHS.  Well done! – Legge

      • Today, March 8th is International Women’s Day.  It is a global day to recognize women’s and girls’ social, economic, cultural and political achievements.International Women’s Day first took place on March 19, 1911 in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland.  On that day more than a million women and men attended public events to show their support.  The United Nations recognize 1975 as International Women’s Year.  It was in that year that March 8th became the date the day was recognized.  Currently there are 29 Countries in the world who have a female Prime Minister or President.  There are many more who do not currently but have the past.  Kim Campbell was Canadian Prime Minister in 1993.  Please check out the map display in the Front Foyer showing these 29 Countries and their leaders.  In addition, there is a display highlighting the Contributions of Canadian Women.  Happy International Women’s Day. - Maxwell

      Thursday, March 7, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until March 28th to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • Attention JR Boys Soccer players, we will have a sign up and information meeting today at lunch in Room 203.  Tryouts will start the week after March Break.  Everyone is encouraged to come to the information meeting at lunch.  There is a sign-up sheet outside the Weightroom if you cannot make the meeting.  Please see Mr. Shibley if you have any questions. - Shibley

      • Our SHS School Council is excited to share a free skating event for SHS students and family on March 24th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm at the Frontenac Arena.  There will be music, free hot chocolate and coffee, a food truck and opportunities to learn about community services.  Mark your calendar! – Slate

      • SR Badminton today.  All players please sign up through School-Day. - Richards

      • Last call to get your past due assignments in now!  Academic Park and Produce is tonight after school.  If you miss that, it will be your lunchtimes until it’s done.  Turn your stuff in now. – Stevens

      • There is a sign up for SR Boys Soccer outside the Weightroom Gym Office.  The first try-out is today after school in the Main Gym. – Lawlor

      • Attention Juno members, today our guest speak is coming from Public Health.  Please make sure you attend and represent the group! - Ricki

      • Girls Rugby, if you are thinking about joining Girls Rugby and haven’t been out yet, you are most welcome to join us after March Break.  If you might join us, please see Mr. McLagan or Mr. Legge before March Break to get added to the Google Classroom to keep up with news and how to videos.  You don’t need to have any experience, come try this awesome game and join a great group of people! - McLagan

      • Chess Club!  Chess Club!!  CHESS CLUB!!!  Today is Thursday and that means Chess Club in the Library at lunch.  No experience is necessary, so bring a friend and come join us. – B. Walsh

      Wednesday, March 6, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until March 28th to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • Attention JR Boys Soccer players, we will have a sign up and information meeting tomorrow at lunch in Room 203.  Tryouts will start the week after March Break.  Everyone is encouraged to come to the information meeting at lunch.  There is a sign-up sheet outside the Weightroom if you cannot make the meeting.  Please see Mr. Shibley if you have any questions. - Shibley

      • Our SHS School Council is excited to share a free skating event for SHS students and family on March 24th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm at the Frontenac Arena.  There will be music, free hot chocolate and coffee, a food truck and opportunities to learn about community services.  Mark your calendar! – Slate

      • Attention Novice Girls VB, there will be a brief but important meeting today at lunch in Room 213. - Cashol

      • JR Badminton is today, SR Badminton is tomorrow.  All players please sign up through School-Day. - Richards

      • Anyone who has been assigned a “Park and Produce” for tomorrow after school can also work at lunch instead today!  See Ms. Stevens and she’ll arrange a space and help if needed. – Stevens

      • There is a sign up for SR Boys Soccer outside the Weightroom Gym Office.  The first try-out is tomorrow after school in the Main Gym. – Lawlor

      • The set painting team for You're A Good Man Charlie Brown will meet today at lunch in the Art Room!  New members welcome.  See you there! – Shaw

      • SHS Band meets today at lunch!  See you in the Music Room. – Martin

      • It is Wednesday, so that means Mattis the Therapy Dog is here today!  Come by Student Services to say hello, or the Aerie at lunch.  Please don’t interact with him without his handler’s permission.  With permission, feel free to love him up!  He loves it! - Ricki

      • Due to the arrival of summer, unfortunately the SHS Ski Trip has been cancelled.  Refunds will occur shortly. – Hammer

      Tuesday, March 5, 2024

      • The SAGE group is selling SHS Pride Gear!  To order, log into School-Day, you have until March 28th to order and show your Pride! – Ricki

      • Attention JR Boys Soccer players, we will have a sign up and information meeting on Thursday, March 7th at lunch in Room 203.  Tryouts will start the week after March Break.  Everyone is encouraged to come to the information meeting at lunch.  There is a sign-up sheet outside the Weightroom if you cannot make the meeting.  Please see Mr. Shibley if you have any questions. - Shibley

      • Our SHS School Council is excited to share a free skating event for SHS students and family on March 24th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm at the Frontenac Arena.  There will be music, free hot chocolate and coffee, a food truck and opportunities to learn about community services.  Mark your calendar! – Slate

      • Attention all SR Girls interested in playing soccer, there will be a meeting today at lunch in Room 001, please attend if you are interested in playing. - Moore

      • Attention Novice Girls VB, there will be a brief but important meeting Wednesday at lunch in Room 213. - Cashol

      • Juno will be selling popcorn again today in Period 3, lunch and Period 4.  Bags are $1.00 and all proceeds go towards the Juno Group. - Ricki