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CHARLOTTETOWN RURAL HIGH SCHOOL
Holland College will be hosting virtual one-on-one sessions every Wednesday in February, 5-8 p.m., for anyone who has questions about applying for the 2021-22 academic year.
For more information on how to book an appointment, contact [email protected].
UPEI will be here on March 10 to help students pick their first-semester courses for the fall. The UPEI registration fee must be paid by March 5. Student can sign up in student services.
Grade 12 students are reminded to join the CRHS Grad Class 2021 Google Classroom to receive information on scholarships, virtual and in-person visits, university information, deadlines and other important information.
Two students picked up awards in the Legion's annual poster and literary awards at the command level. Camille Bourgeois was third in senior essay and third in senior poster while Brynn MacEachern was second in senior poster.
COLONEL GRAY HIGH SCHOOL
Wear something pink on Wednesday to celebrate Pink Shirt Day, symbolizing that society will not tolerate bullying anywhere. Together, everyone can make a difference.
There will be no classes on Friday, due to the provincial professional learning day.
Holland College will be hosting virtual 15-minute one-on-one sessions every Wednesday in February, 5-8 p.m. Students applying for the 2021-22 academic year can book an appointment by contacting [email protected]
Looking ahead, a team of first-year advisors from UPEI will be at Colonel Gray on March 12 to help Grade 12 students, attending UPEI in the fall, register for classes.
Students are encouraged to take advantage of this great opportunity by signing up early on the sheet in student services.
KINKORA REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
The current standings for the annual KRHS Hockey Pool are: 1. Kevin Bustard, 2. Mathew Gaudet, 3. Robbie Shaw.
The school has 11 finalists in the 2021 Women’s Institute Island Product Youth Cooking Contest with 11 of the 12 finalists in Mrs. Reeves’ KRHS Grade 10 foods class.
They include Emily Hunter, Emily Waite, Madison Clinton, Dallas Steves, Tyson McCardle, Sydney Muttart, Emily MacPherson, Aaleyah MacGillivary, Shane Caniga, Sara Estabrooks and Erica Warren.
On Wednesday, KRHS students will be participating in Pink Shirt Day at the school. This event allows students to promote awareness, understanding and openness about the problem of bullying and to commit to standing up against bullying.
Staff appreciates the efforts of students and parents who provided treats, a meal and kind gestures during Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week.
Family Violence Prevention Week was recognized last week at KRHS to bring awareness to the violence that exists in our communities as well as to support the survivors of this violence and to demonstrate that any form of violence in a relationship is not OK.
Students and staff wore purple and held a supply drive for Anderson House, an emergency shelter for women and children who are victims of violence.
The High School Reports feature runs in The Guardian on Mondays during the school year. All Island high schools are welcome to send in contributions. However, before doing so, either a student or staff member must contact Carolyn Drake at 902-629-6000, ext. 6036 for information on content and deadlines.