Wednesday January 16, 2019
Griffy’s Grill Lunch Special:
Pasta: EARLY DISMISSAL
Snack $3.00 ~ Meal $5.00
~ Daily Specials Include Small Milk or Juice
Music and Tech:
SCB will have a dress rehearsal tomorrow morning at 7:30 on stage. This rehearsal is mandatory. Please arrive by 7:20.
Jr. Girls Basketball:
A reminder to the ladies that they are off to West Hants tomorrow (Thursday) for their next league game.
Jr. Boys Basketball:
Game tomorrow (Thursday) at West Hants with a 5:30 pm tip-off.
D1 Girls Basketball:
Recorded another win last night over Park View in Bridgewater. The ladies are off to Windsor tonight for league action against Avon View scheduled for 5:30 pm.
D1 Boys Basketball:
Our guys are also off to Windsor for league action against Avon View with a 7:30 pm tip-off.
JV Boys Basketball:
Our guys are off to Yarmouth later today to complete their road portion of a home and away.
JV Girls Basketball:
The ladies are hosting a home tournament on Friday and Saturday for those interested in checking out the action. A schedule of game times will be posted to the announcements tomorrow so that folks can adjust their schedules accordingly.
Attention Grade 12’s re Transcript of Marks:
There is a red Transcript of Marks request binder in Student Services for students who want to send transcripts with Semester 1 Final marks to universities or colleges. By completing and signing the red binder on Mrs. Langille’s desk, transcripts will be sent during the week of February 11, 2019.
If this does not meet your deadline requirements, please contact Student Services. Students who want to send transcripts immediately should complete the usual green transcript of marks request form located in Student Services.
Want to train like a Mountie for a week? Interested in Law Enforcement as a career?
National Youth Engagement Week is a unique opportunity to experience five days at Depot, the RCMP’s training academy in Regina. A select group of Grade 12 students from across Canada will experience what it’s like to be a cadet in training. If chosen, you will get the opportunity to interact with police officers from various RCMP units. Activities may include a fitness session, drill class, driving simulation, police defensive tactics, a tour of the RCMP Heritage Centre and much more. March 25-29/2019. Additional information is available in Student Services.
Horton In The News:
Horton students Olivia Andrews, Danielle Cumby, Brynna MacKenzie, Aidan MacLeod, Tannis Palmer, and Vanessa Vaughan joined with other basketball players from NKEC and Avon View as the Junior Axewomen to capture the U18 title in the annual SLAM Christmas Classic Basketball Tournament in Halifax over the holidays. The team went undefeated through the tournament and won the championship game against the Colchester Tigers 61-59. Players Aidan and Brynna were chosen Player of the Game in the second and final games. Heart and Hustle awards were given to Olivia and Brynna and Danielle. There is a photo of the team with the article and quotes by Brynna and Danielle.
Congratulations to Emma He, Max Caplan, Alex Petkov whose team placing first in the Start It Up a business ideation competition over teams from Acadia and Dalhousie They were the only high school team entered in the competition, hosted by the Acadia Entrepreneurship Centre, and took home the $6000 top prize.
They were also recognized by Kings South MLA Keith Irving at an event for outstanding community contributions to the riding. Their idea focused on developing a service matching young volunteers with opportunities in order for the volunteers to gain valuable experience.
The full page story about the Peter Connell Memorial Girls Hockey Tournament features 6 photos of Horton players.
Clubs and Activities: