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Grade 11s win Yuletide Yippeetime

Submitted by Student Reporter Laura Arsenault


‪Jan. 18‪ - Parent Council meeting at 6:30 in the KRHS Library. All parents/guardians are welcome.

Jan. 18 - Community Wellness Event at 7 p.m.

Jan. 24 - Grade 10 Secondary Literacy Assessment.

Jan. 25 to 30 - Final exams

Jan. 31 - Turn-Around Day. No classes.

Feb. 1 - First day of second semester.


Congratulations to our most recent Students of the Week – Jessica Larsen and Katie Affleck.


‪Wednesday, Jan. 24‪: Grade 10 Literacy Assessment

‪Thursday, Jan. 25‪: Grade 9 English, All Block D Classes

Friday, Jan. 26‪: Grade 9 Social Studies, All Block A Classes

‪Monday, Jan. 29‪: Grade 9 Math, All Block B Classes

‪Tuesday, Jan. 30‪: Grade 9 French, All Block C Classes

‪Wednesday, Jan. 31‪: Turn-Around Day (no classes)


The Grade 11 students reign supreme! Congratulations to the Grade 11 class for winning Yuletide Yippeetime. This was a week-long contest prior to Christmas break, pitting grade versus grade in a variety of fun, festive activities. Here are the results:

1st - Grade 11 class with a whopping 1,175 points

2nd - Grade 9 class with 600 points

3rd - Grade 12 class with 550 points

4th - Grade 10 class with 200 points

Dec. 18 - Dress theme - Summer Christmas - 1. Maddy Moffatt, 2. Charlotte Linkletter, 3. Payton Reeves, Honourable Mention: Amber Harvey and Brooklyn Martin

Activity - Gingerbread House Relay (1. Grade 11, 2. Grade 9, 3. Grade 12)

Dec. 19 - Dress theme - Ugly Christmas Sweater - 1. Selina Lowther, 2. Jayden Wood, 3. Charlotte Linkletter

Activity – Don’t Forget The Lyrics – 1. Grade 12, 2. Grade 11, 3. Grade 9

Dec. 15 - Dress theme - Holiday Best – 1. Cole DesRoche and Brycen Lefurgey, 2. Nathaniel Pickering, 3. Katie Pearce

Activity - Turkey Dinner prepared by the Culinary 801 class

Dec. 19 - Dress theme - Santa’s Workshop – 1. Dakota MacWilliams, 2. Emma-Grace Coyle and Amanda Kingman, 3. Maddy Moffatt

Activity – Candy Cane Relay – 1. Grade 12, 2. Grade 9, 3. Grade 11

Dec. 21 - Dress theme - Christmas Morning – 1. Ty Arsenault, 2. Alyssa Gallant, 3. Selina Lowther

Activity - Deck The Walls – 1. Selina Lowther (Grade 11), 2. Callie Thomson (Grade 12), 3. Colton Lowther (Grade 9)


Congratulations to the following students for being selected as Students of the Month for December. These students are being recognized for excellence in the following areas:

School Spirit – Ryley MacWilliams

Club Member – Morgan Bernard

Good Citizenship – Emma Larsen

Grade 9 – Aiden Brown

Grade 10 – Victoria Corney

Grade 11 – Selina Lowther

Grade 12 – Ally Dwyer

Administrator’s Choice – Olivia McCarville


Wyatt Heritage Properties Inc. and Culture Summerside presented “My Canada, My Place: Projections in Nation Building,” a Canada 150 project at KRHS on Jan. 10. This project is a study of the role of the working class in the building of Canada. Through the technology of interactive projection, students met and chatted with working class Islanders of 1867.


Thank you to Stephen and Dawn Clow and family for cutting out the wooden Santas and to Patricia McKenna for leading us in the crafts that were made at the December Community Wellness event. Also, Kim Bailey, our school's counselling consultant shared background information on stress and anxiety with a few tips on how to manage.

Our next Community Wellness event is ‪on Thursday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m. We will have students and staff sharing strategies they use to manage anxiety and talk about exam stress. Then we will play board games – a great stress reliever. Feel free to bring some board games to play.

The Community Wellness events are promoting positive health and providing an opportunity for parents, students, and staff to socialize. Everyone is welcome to invite a friend or family member and come out for a fun evening.


KRHS is going to be offering a kickboxing program for all youth interested. The goal of this program is not only to introduce the students to the sport of kickboxing, but also show them the importance of living a healthy lifestyle. In order for the program to run, a minimum of 15 students are required. Sign up in the office.


Dental Preventive Clinic will be starting the first week of February. For more information, visit

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