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Strike Action Information from CBVRSB

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Notice to Parents/Guardians:

Notice to Parents/Guardians:

The NSTU has announced that beginning Monday December 5th teachers will commence strike activity which will mean partial withdrawal of services.  As a result the following changes will occur at Memorial High

 

1.      The school will be open to students beginning at 8:10 am.

2.      Students will be able enter the school through the front doors at this time.

3.      Between 8:10 am and 8:45 am students will be asked to limit their movement to the area around the cafeteria and lobby.

4.      Ground supervisors will be in these locations at this time.

5.      The school will be closed to students after 3:30 pm.

6.      Classes will not be affected in any way and the school will follow its normal schedule of classes beginning at 9:05 am and ending at 3:10 pm.

 

Chris Nicholson

Memorial High School

Sports Even Split Draws MHS

1.  November 4, 2016 -  Gary MacIver -  $171.50.

2.  November 18, 2016 - Jeri Pero Fraser - $643.50

New Parking Rules at Memorial High

Effective September  2016 there will be new parking areas here at Memorial High. On the shop (pool) side of the school, this area will be staff parking only. In the large parking area to the right of the school, this will be student and staff parking with administration continuing to park in front of the school. There will no longer be any requirement for traffic behind the school with entrances and exits on each side of the school.

 

The new bus loop in front of the school is for busses only. It is not to be used as a drop off point.

 

Traffic control will be onsite for the first 2 weeks in September as we adjust to the new parking configuration.

Scent and Nut Free

Please Note that Memorial High School Strives to be Scent and Nut Free.

Peanut Free

Options and Opportunities (O2)

Options and Opportunities (O2) 

O2 is a new program being offered at Memorial High.

Options and Opportunities is ideally suited for students who do not flourish in traditional classroom settings and are looking for a more hands on, career oriented approach to education. Our class size is small – no more than 20 – and our goal is to help students start out on a self-guided career path which they can pursue through the rest of their high school experience and give their post-secondary education some direction.

O2  can connect students to a career, help them to select the proper courses to follow that career path, and assist them in gaining work experience and certifications in the process. Students will learn about workplace safety, resume and portfolio building, job/ career shadowing, different professions from working professionals, as well as field trips and hands on instruction.

When students complete O2 in 2017, they will have a Nova Scotia Community College seat in the program of their choice held for them.

O2 is recognized by most major industries including hospitality, tourism, all trades and many more. If you are interested, and would like more information, please contact

 Ryan Hawboldt

 

Parent Portal

The Parent Portal is available to parents who wish to check on the attendance and marks of their student(s). It is available at https://siscbvrsb.ednet.ns.ca/public/home.html . This can be set up by contacting Charmaine Cox through her email (charmainecox@nspes.ca)

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Nova Scotia International Student Program.
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If you or someone you know would be interested in taking part in the NSISP by hosting an international student, please contact Tammy Sampson at 577-0349. Host families are expected to treat their student like one of the family. All families and students receive a handbook of guidelines for a successful homestay experience. Families are encouraged to become Nova Scotia ambassadors by providing opportunities for tours of the local area, shopping trips, cultural experiences, and sports and recreational activities. The families are provided with a monthly stipend to compensate for the student’s basic accommodations.
Become a Host Family

Please consider becoming a Host Famly for an International Student.

For more information click here!

S- Trips & Breakaway Tours

Please be advised that Memorial High School is not affiliated with S-Trips or Breakaway Tours.

Transcript Requests

Official transcripts are only available in person from the Memorial Composite High School Office.
There is a transcript request form available which much be filled out and signed to process the request.
We cannot process transcript requests made by phone or email.
There is a $5.00 charge for all transcripts.

Please contact Charmain Cox by email at: charmainecox@nspes.ca

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Daily Schedule

 
First Class9:05 am - 10:05 am
Second Class10:10 am - 11:10 am
Third Class11:15 am - 12:15 pm
LUNCH12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
Fourth Class1:05 pm - 2:05 pm
Fifth Class2:10 pm - 3:10 pm

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Daily Announcements

November 30, 2016
Band members are reminded they are setting up the gym for their concert 1st period this afternoon and rehersal 2nd period.

Daily Announcements

November 29, 2016

Students attending the GSA Conference can pick up permission forms from Ms. Simm in room 339.

November 28, 2016

The deadline for the Peter Kohler Scholarship for Engineering had been extended to December 16th.  So far there are only 2 students in the entire province who have applied for the scholarship which is valued up to $50,000.  This is a great opportunity for anyone considering this field of study.

St. Mary's University will be holding an information session on Tuesday, November 29th at 7:00 P.M. at the Hampton Inn Sydney.  They will be doing on the spot admissions and will be waiving the application fee.  Students need to bring their transcript with them.

The youth Advisory Committee is reminded of the lunch hour meeting scheduled for today it is very important that all members attend.  Thank You

CUPE LOCAL 5050 is proud to sponsor a food and winter clothing drive for Men's homeless shelter in Sydney.  Come help us fill the CUPE NOVA SCOTIA van with items for the shelter.

Date:  Saturday December 3, 2016

Time:  10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.

Where:  Mayflower Mall Parking Lot

Items:  Non-perishable food items, winter clothing, winter boots, socks, hats, gloves, gift cards, etc.

We are asking that you get into the holiday spirit by coming for a visit and drop off a donation to help ease the burden of the cold winter months.

November 24, 2016

Reminder there is a meeting today at lunch in Mrs Frances' room (room 100) for any student travelling to Halifax for WE DAY!!

November 23, 2016

 A recruiter from Mount Allison University will be at Doktor  Lukes restaurant in Sydney on Friday, Nobember 25th from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. tomeet with prospective students.  She will be offering on the spot admissions.  Students must bring their transcripts with them.  

November 22, 2016

If anyone did not get their Grad Photo proofs, they can be picked up in the office.

The Maurauders will play Sydney Academy tonight at the Emera Centre in North Sydney at 7:30 p.m.

There will be a brief meeting on Wednesday in Ms. Power's room for anyone attenting the NSSSA conference this weekend.

If any staf would like to buy a pointsettia for Interact please contact Mr. Sampson before December

1st.

There will be an important meeting Thursday at 12:15 for all students travelling to Halifax to WE DAY Atlantic next week.  The meeting will be in Pam Francis' classroom (room 100).

November 21, 2016

Girls JV. Basketball Tip -off tournament at Glace Bay

Game 1 MHS 65 - RV 48 -  top scorer Faith Denney with 18 pts.

Game 2 MHS 63 - Baddeck 34 -  top Scorers Emily McGuire with 12 pts. and Robin Knott with 10 pts.

Game 3 MHS 75 - Cabot 25 - Top scorers Emily McGuire with 14 pts, Faith Denny with 12 pts., and Jill Ivey with 10 pts.

Crossover MHS - 34 - GB 36 - Top scorer Faith Denney with 14 pts.

Bronze Medal Game MHS 56 - RV 54 - Top scorer Faith Denney with 13 pts.

Next game at home tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. against Riverview II

 

Youth Focus Group participants, ages 16 - 24 wanted!!!  December 1, 2016 at 5 - 7 p.m. at Caper Base / Access 808 to discuss sexual violence prevention... details at the Youth Health Center and transportation will be provided.

Memorial Cafe will be closed on Wednesday, November 23, 2016 due to scheduled presentations in the morning.  We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

A reminder that there is after school yoga for staff today.

Band members are reminded to return fundraising sheets and even splits at rehearsal Thursday.

November 18, 2016

In the Div. 1 Boy's basketball game MHS defeated Glace Bay 66 - 56.  Congratulations boy's!!

In the Girl's basketball Glace Bay defeated MHS 60 - 43.  Good game girls.

There will be a practice for the second girl's Junior Varsity basketball team, tomorrow (Saturday) from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m.

There will be a 50 / 50 draw today for the sports teams.

Any students interested in attending the Canadian Coast Gurard college for a Day on November 25th from 9 - 3 p.m. are asked to see someone in the Guidance Office today, Friday, November 18, 2016 for further information.

November 17, 2016

Jr. Maurauders Midget Boys team practice @ 10 AM on Sunday.

Division 1 Basketball 

Boys: MHS 59 - BEC 52

Michael MacGillvary - 15

Logan Groves - 10

Girls:  MHS 56 - BEC 46

Cameryn Evans - 21

In Glace Bay for games tonight.

There is a Drama Club meeting in Room 10 after school until 4:00.

Band even split tickets are due on Friday.

There will be a breif meeting of the Youth Advisory Group at lunch today.

Registration for the Sacrament of Confirmation wil take place at Holy Family Church on Wednesday, November 23 at 7:00 p.m.  If you are a student in grade 9 and up, and you are interested in making your sacrament please register or call Rosalind at 902-565-0257 or the parish office at 902-736-8333 for more information.  Candidates for confirmation, parent/guardian and sponsers are asked to attend registration night.

November 16, 2016

Drama Club for today has been rescheduled till tomorrow, Thursday, November 17, 2016.

November 15, 2016

There will be an OH&S meeting on Thursday, November 17, 2016 at 11:30 a.m. in the conference room.  If anyone has anything they would like brought up at the meeting, please submit in writing to Ken Collier or Charles Colson before the meeting.  New members are welcome!

Division 1 Boy's Basketball team won 2nd place in the tournament defeated against SA 78 - 66.

Last day to get your picture order money in is thursday November 17.  The order will be going out first thing Friday morning.

Just a reminder that the AAROA Information Session for Grade 12's will take place, Tuesday, November 22 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.  There will be approximately 42 universities and career colleges available to share information on a wide variety of education and career opportunities.  It's your opportunity as Gr. 12 students to ask questions and gather information about post-secondary education.

The afterschool badminton is cancelled for today.

Youth Advisory Committee is to meet today at lunch time.  If any members have an off class, please drop by the center.

November 14, 2016

Girl's Basketball Tournament @ North Hants High School

Game 1- Fri Nov.11  Oxford 62- Memorial 42 JV - Top Scorer Jill Ivey 11pts

Game 2 Sat Nov 12  North Hants 61- Memorial 56 JV  - Top Scorer Faith Denny 11pts

Game 3 Sat Nov 12  Sprilhill 39 - Memorial JV 36

Birthplace of Hockey Tournament

Game 1 Memorial 5 - Amherst 10

Game 2 Memorial 6 - Sackville 1

Game 3 Memorial 2 - Avonview 1

Crossover

Game 4 Memorial 9- Horton 1

Championship Game

Glace Bay 3 - Memorial 2

Tournament MVP - Dylan Morley (Memorial)

Band Members are reminded to return candle orders this week at rehearsal.

Badmonton is cancelled for tomorrow November 15.

 

November 9, 2016

Drama Club will be after school today in Room 103, until 4:00.

Just a reminder to order fruit cakes before December 5, if you wish to purchase them from the cooking program.  The sign-up sheet is by the photo-copier in the office.  Also, the cooking program will be taking orders for Cherry loafs. They are $8 each.  Sigin up sheet is in the office.

Band members are to meet at 9:00 tomorrow in the bandroom to prepare for the service.

The GSA meeting will be held in Room 339 (Ms. Simm's room) at lunch.

November 8, 2016

Starting tomorrow, we will be starting a donation drive called "Sock it to Poverty".  Each homeroom will be collecting new pairs of socks, and new or lightly used mittens, gloves, scarfs, hats, and other winter clothing items for people in need in out community.  This donation drive will go until December 9.  Cash and cheque donations are also accepted and can be made payable to NSGEU.  If you have any questions talk to Breagha Wilkie or Mrs. Power.  The class that brings in the most items wins a pizza party.

There will be a meeting Tuesday at lunch in room 308 for any students volunteering at the local food banks.  We are looking to form a committee that can set up a schedule to donate their time on a weekly/biweekly basis.  This will be part of Memorial's "WE" school project.

November 7, 2016

Aboriginal Arts & Stories invites self-identified First Nations, Metis, and Inuit youth (ages 9 - 29), to submit a piece of writing or two-dimensional artwork exploring Indigenous identity, or a moment or theme in Canadian Indigenous history or culture.  Will up to $2000 and other great prizes.  Groups of 6 or more can win a special Classroom prize.  The contest deadline is March 31, 2017.   For more information call 1-866-644-6195 or visit www.GoToInfo.ca/Writingand Arts

Grad photo's are being taken today in room 321. 

There is a note in the mailbox for those who participate in afterschool yoga.

Join the University of King's College (Halifax, Nova Scotia) for our Atlantic Faculty Lecture tour from November 6-10, 2016  King's College will be visiting St.John's, Fredericton, Moncton, Charlottetown, and Sydney.  All are welcome - students, parents, counsellors, and teachers!  For more information or to RSVP, please visit www.ukings.ca

There will be a general meeting Wednesday, November 9th. at 6:00 p.m. at the Hotel North for All Northside-Victoria Local NSTU members are welcome to attend!

November 4, 2016

Cape Breton University will be here on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016 at lunch hour to provide an information session for grade 12 students.  They will be providing pizza for lunch.   Please sign your name on the sign-up sheet in the office if you wish to attend.

All grade 11 & 12 band members are to see Steve MacInnis in the band room sometime at lunch time today.

Cheerleading tryouts  Friday 4 - 5 p.m. Sunday 12 - 2 p.m. in the MHS gym.

November 3, 2016

Band members are reminded to return even split tickets tomorrow, Friday.  Anybody who would like to buy a ticket for Friday's draw can see Steve MacInnis in the music room.

Youth advisory meeting at lunch time today.

November 2, 2016

Cheerleading tryouts Friday 4 - 5 p.m. and Sunday 12 - 2 p.m. in MHS gym.

The GSA meeting scheduled for today is cancelled.  Sorry for any inconvenience.

The Drama Club meeting is cancelled today after school.

Memorial High has the opportunity to send a student to The Education Day Event in Halifax on November 23rd.  The theme of the event is Our Ocean.  Interested students in grades 9 - 12 can see one of our guidance counsellors by the end of the day on Thursday for more information. 

Ubique Networks is hosting a Minecraft Hunger Games Tournament November 5th. to raise money or supplies for Brookland Elementary.  This is open to all ages, and we would love to get students involved all over Cape Breton.  Admission is free and will be accepting donations at the door. There will be prizes for the competitors.  You must bring your own computer and have a minecraft account.  It will be held at 37 Nepean Street, Sydney at 12:00 p.m.  You can sign up at: https://goo.gl/forms/6EBEIEwp840SbYp63 to guarantee your spot.

Grade 11 and 12 students of Aboriginal ancestry interested in pursuing post-secondary education in finance/management and/ or commerce and accounting are invited to submit an application to the 11th Annual Potash Corporation Aboriginal Youth Financial Management Award.  This award is valued at $5000.  The deadline is November 25, 2016.  Please see someone in the Guidance Office for further information.

Any Cadets wishing to take part in the Remembrance Day ceremony here at the School on November 10th., please see Cst. Baker in the office.

Any girls who tried out for junior varsity basketball, did not make the team and are still interested in playing basketball can meet at the school gym Saturday, November 5th. from 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.

CBU is holding an Open House on Saturday, November 5th. from 2 - 5 p.m..  They will have on-site admissions and the application fee will be waived.  You can pre-register at :  cbu/openhouse.

There will be a workshop by Adela Njie on Motivating Ourselves and Our Students Wednesday, November 16th. at the Black Spoon at 4:15 p.m.  There are only 35 spaces available, it will be first to email me at mhbonnar@nstu.ca to have your seat booked.

November 1, 2016

There is a meeting for the California travel group at 3:00 p.m. today in room 100.

Cheerleading tryouts at 6 p.m. today in the gym.

Band members are reminded there is rehearsal Thursday after school.

 

October 31, 2016

Island Cresting will have hoodies and t-shirts delivered at lunch time Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Just a reminder that NSSSA (N-triple-S - A) forms are due tomorrow, November 1, 2016.

The Marauders boy's hockey team will have practice on Wednesday, November 2, 2016 from 3:50 - 4:50 p.m.  Also, the boy's will be selling Green & Gold hockey passes for the tournament and the cost is $5.00 each for the tournament Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Cheer tryouts are tomorrow from 6-8 p.m. in the gym.  These are mandatory.  If you don't attend you will not be on the team.

Candy grams will be delivered today during second class and at lunch time in the main lobby.  Thanks to everyone who participated.

October 26, 2016

There will be a GSA meeting today at lunch in room 100.  New members are always welcome.

Band members are reminded rehearsal is cancelled this week.  Regular rehearsals will contine next week.

Drama club after school today in cancelled.

Memorial Cafe will be closed on Thursday, Oct. 27.  We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

October 25, 2016

Can everyone who is signed up/ plans on signing up for the talent show on Thursday come to the lobby for a brief meeting at 1:10pm today with their teachers permission.

October 24, 2016

Grad Photo's will be taken November 7,8, and 9, 2016.  The sign up sheets are in the office.  There is a sitting fee of $20 to be paid at the session.  Guys are to wear a shirt and tie.

Basketball Northside midget boy's tryout for Grades 9 & 10 will be today athe MHS gym from 4 - 6 p.m.

Jr. Varsity Boy's first tryout is now Tuesday at 8 p.m.

The Youth health Advisory Committee will be selling Halloween candy grams for .50 cents today at lunch time in the lobby. 

On the weekend the Boy's Soccer team won the Regionals and brought home the Banner. They won 1 - 1 and the winning goal was by Colton Pero. Way to Go Boy's.  The banner is in the office for the team to sign.

October 21, 2016

Grade 9 & 10 Midget Northside Basketball Tryouts Boys Sunday at 10am.

Exit 8 Doorbell for the Health Center being abused.  You will be recorded and dealt with at the office.

Boys Varsity Soccer game today at 3:45pm at Open Hearth Park.  Players are exused at 2:30.

Josh Frenger fired a pair of goals to lead the Memorial Marauders boys to a 4-1 win over the Sydney Academy Wildcats in the opening game of the Cape Breton High School Soccer League boy's division final at Memorial field.  Zack Johnston  and Pietro Pozzato fired singles for Memorial.  Justin Ferguson replied for Sydney Academy.  The Marauders need either a tie or a win in the next game to reach four points and win the division.  Game 2 is Friday at Open Hearth Park at 3:45 p.m.

Marauders Hockey- GB 4 vs. MHS 2 Dylan Morley & Jacob Keagan, 1 goal & 1 assist each.

Any band member who did not get their even split tickets are to pick them up in the bandroom this afternoon.

Meeting scheduled for today for Paris/Amsterdam trip is rescheduled for Tuesday.  Attendance is manditory.

Any Grade 12 student planning a career in Engineering may wish to apply for the Peter Kohler Scholarship.  The award is valued at $50,000 over 4 years.  Deadline for applications, which must be made On-line is November 30, 2016.  Please see someone in the Guidance Office for more details.

Information on the Shad Valley Summer Program is available from our guidance counsellors.  The application deadline is November 28.

October 19, 2016

Basketball Tryouts Schedule:

Division 1 Boys - Friday 6pm

Division 1 Girls - Friday 6 pm

Jr. Varsity Boys - Fri Oct 28 4p.m.

Jr. Varsity Girls  - Fri Oct 25 6pm

There will be cheerleading conditioning this Friday from 4-6 and Sunday from 12-2 in the gym, everyone is welcome.

Applications are now being accepted for Grade 11 Students to the International Leadership Camp, Campeche.  There are 21 scholarships available through all of the school boards across the province.  Students involved will increase their awareness and understanding about community development, international aid work, and social justice issues.  Students from NS and Mexico will participate in leadership development classes and collaborate service - learning projects.  The deadline for applications is November 10, 2016 with final sections being made in early December 2016.  Please see one of our Guidance Consellors for further information and an application.

Reminder that the decorating committee is meeting in the Drama Room at lunch.  Sign up sheet is in the office.  Members are welcome!

There will be a meeting for Drama Club in Room 103, after school untill 4:00pm.

October 18, 2016

The last day for turning in picture money and orders will be Thursday October 20, 2016.  The order will be going out on Friday.

There will be a meeting Thursday at noon time for all travellers going to Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris this May in room 308.  This is a mandatory meeting.  Lunch will be provided.

October 17, 2016

Orders for personalized Memorial Militia shirts will be taken all this week at lunch hour in the lobby.  The cost is $15 and must be paid at the time of ordering.

The cooking program is selling fruitcakes again this year.  To order, please sign the form by the photo copier in the office.

Reminder that there is afterschool yoga today for staff in the conference room at 3:30 p.m.

Girls varsity soccer today at 3:45 p.m. at Riverview .  Girls are excused from class at 2:30 p.m.

There will be a meeting of the California Travel Group tomorrow at lunch in room 100.  Lunch will be provided and attendance is manditory!

October 14, 2016

Any students interested in attending the Sexual Violence Strategy of Nova Scotia Prevention Innovation Grant Workshops can sign up at the health center.  The session will take place on Sunday, October 16 from 9:30-4 at Membertou Heritage Park,

October 13, 2016

Girl's soccer game today in Glace Bay.  Players will be exused from class at 2:30.

There will be a very brief meeting of the California Travel group today @ lunch in room 100.  All students must attend.

Memorial Cafe is closed today.  Thursday, October 13.  We will be open tomorrow with a buffet.

Anyone who has not yet had a photo taken you can have it done this afternoon, students will be down by grade level after lunch,

All students going to NSCC open house on Tues. Oct 18 see Bonnie McCormick or Ryan Hawboldt today.

Grade 12 students who want to be considered for sponsership for the Loran Awards mjust have their resume in to guidance by noon time on Friday.

Island Cresting will begin taking clothing tomorrow and next week at lunch.

October 7, 2016

Thank you to everyone who helped out with the food drive.  The homeroom that won with a total of 405 items is Mrs. Francis's class.  Our total amount of items was 700!  Great job everyone.

October 6, 2016

Girl's Varsity soccer game today here at 4:00 p.m.

Girl's JV soccer game today at 4:15 p.m. at the Open Hearth Park.

Grade 12 students are reminded that they must check the Potential Grad List posted in the office.  Report any errors or omissions to guidance.

October 5, 2016

There will be a drama meeting today after school in room 103 unt5il 4 o'clock.  New members are welcome.

California travel group meeting at lunch time on Thursday in room 100.  All must attend and new members are welcome.

The GSA group will be meeting today in room 100 at lunch time.  New members are always welcome.

October 4, 2016

Badminton is cancelled for today.

MHS will be having a food drive this week to help stock our local food banks before this Thanksgiving weekend.  the homeroom class that collects the most items by this Friday will win a pizza party.

Any student who would like to contribute a musical selection to our Remembrance Day Service please see Heather Thomson, Brenda MacNeil or Hugh MacNeil.

Girl's Varsity soccer team has a game at Open Hearth Park at 4:00 pm.  They are excused from class at 2:30 p.m.

There will be a quick meeting at lunch today for Interact members and anyone who wants to join Interact.

October 3, 2016

Information on the SAT's is now available from the guidance counsellors.  The application deadline for the next writing session is November 3, 2016.

The International students need to see Mrs. Ross for permission slips for our trip to Louisbourg this Friday.

Those students who signed up for youth advisory council are asked to meet at the health center today at lunch.

The Encounters with Canada Program is a one-week Canadian Studies Program for 14 to 17 year old Canadian students.  Each week up to 130 students from across the country converge on Ottawa and are housed at the famous Terry Fox Center.  The program week is divided into two parts.  The first part of the week focuses on Canadian institutions and the second part is organized around one of 13 career-themes.  The price of this week long experience is $590.00.  This includes return airfare from Sydney to Ottawa, accommodations, all meals, local transportation and activity fee.  Parents and students are asked to contact Ms. MacDonald in guidance for further information.

If you are making a difference in your community, whether it's big or small, you could be one of 20 students in Canada eligible to receive a full TD Scholarship criteria and applications are available at the Guidance Office.  Application deadline is November 18, 2016.

Any student in Grades 10 - 12 who would like to get volunteer experience in the health care field are invited to become a VolunTEEN.  VolunTEEN's are high school students who help nursing staff by giving patients and their families extra attention to make their hospital stay more comfortable.  This is a great opportunity for anyone who might be considering going into the healthcare field in the future or who would just like to gain volunteer experience.  See Guidance Office for more information.

September 29, 2016

There is a girl's JV soccor game today at 4:00p.m. at Riverview.  Players are to be dismissed at 2:30.

Band members are reminded they have rehearsal today after school.

Dance tonight 8:00-11:00p.m. Please wear appropriate attire.  No hoodies/jackets allowed inside, they must be put in coat check.  any trouble will result in repercussions for sports, future dances, etc.

The anime club will meet today.

Today's talent show has been postponed unti October.  Sorry for any inconvenience.  There will be another sign up sheet prior to the new date.

Everyone is invited to explore NSCC's campuses and experiece our programs on Tuesday, October 18, 2016 from 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.  

  • Get advice from career counsellors and chat with faculty, students and alumni.
  • Apply for free!  The $25 application fee is waived when you apply in-person.
  • Each applicant has a chance to win $1,000 financial education credit.
  • Particpant in interactive demonstrations from many of the College's 120+ programs.

Each of our 13 campuses provides a unique experience during NSCC's Open House 2016.  See what's happening at your local campus at nscc.ca/openhouse.

 

September 28, 2016

There will be a mandatory meeting for Marauders Hockey team in Mr. Coleman's room at 12:45 p.m.  Be there or you will not be on the ice next practice.

There will be a GSA meeting today in room 100 at 12:15 p.m.  New members are always welcome.

There is a boy's Jr. soccer game today at 4 p.m. on the back field here at MHS.  Anyone who wants to play should be there.

September 26, 2016

Bus 184 doesn't wait anymore!  Leaves right away.  So go right out to catch your bus!

There will be an open house Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at NSCC!  Get advice from career counsellors and chat with faculty, students and alumni.

Kiwanis Ceilidh Golden K are having a key leadership course!  This will take place October 14 - 16, 2016 at Scotia Glen Camp Sunlliverlands River, N.S.  If you are interested on going please sign your name and phone number and I will be in touch with you.

There will be a short meeting in Room 338 at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 27th. for students interested in starting a "Games" Club.  This could be card games, board games, and video games.

There will be choir at 3:30 p.m. in room 300.

There will be conditioning for basketball Wednesday & Sunday at 6 p.m.

Badminton will start tomorrow after school, Tuesday, September 27th.   Everyone is welcome! 

Information on the Horatio Alger Scholarship Program is available from the guidance counsellors.  The application deadline is October 25th.

 

September 22, 2016

Talent show on Thursday at lunch, sign up sheet in the office!

There will be a meeting for the golf team today at 12:50 p.m. in the lobby.

September 21, 2016

Any students interested in being part of the Youth Advisory Committe are asked to stop in at the health center to put their names forward.  A meeting is planned for next week.

Please do not ring the bell at exit 8 when trying to get back into the school between classes.

Garbage being left on tables and floor in the cafeteria.  This has to stop now!

Memorial JV Boy's Soccor Game 4pm at Memorial High Field.  Players are asked to be there for 3:30pm.  Anyone wanting to play please show up.

Memorial Boy's Varsity Soccor game today at Open Hearth Park.  Please be there for 3:45p.m.

Information on the Loran Scholarship Program is available from the guidance counsellors.  The application deadline for sponsered applicants is October 19th.  The deadline for direct pool applicants is October 26th.

There will be a meeting for all Band Members Thursday @ 12:30 in the music room (347).

Any new students who wish to join the band should attend this meeting as well.

There will be a meeting tonight regarding the 2018 grad trip to Europe.  The meeting will take place @ 6:30pm in room 308.  Students who are already enrolled need not attend.  It is geared toward parents who were unable to attend this years meeting.

There will be an OH&S meeting Thursday, Sept 22 at 11:30 am in the conference room in the office.  New members welcome.

Meeting today for the California Travel Ground in room 100 at 12:15.

Boy's and Girl's BBall pre-season conditioning Thurs at 8 pm

September 20, 2016

There will be golf tryouts today at 4 p.m.  Must have a handicap.

Reminder to bring in the yellow aborigional sheets to get them signed and filled out.

There will be a meeting of the GSA today at 12:15 p.m. in room 100 (Mrs.Francis' room)  Everyone is welcome!

Septmeber 19, 2016

There will be a California Travel Group meeting on Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. in room 100. (Pam Francis's Room.

There will be a meeting of the GSA tomorrow at lunch in room 100.  Everyone is welcome!

There will be a meeting for students interested in joining the Northside Honor Choir today at 3:30 p.m. in room 300 (Mrs. Ross's room)

September 16, 2016

Our Breakfast Program will begin on Monday.  All students and staff are invited to take part.  Our program offers bagels, toast, english muffins, grilled cheese sandwiches, milk, yougurt and fruit at various times during the week.  Breakfast starts at 8:20 a.m. and ends at 8:55 a.m.

There will be a meeting of the GSA tuesday at lunch in room 100.  Everyone is welcome!!

The Interact group will have an opening meeting Thursday at lunch time for returning and new members.  Interact is a volunteer group based for our community.

The winner of the gift card tree was Annette Colins.  Thanks to all who supported the travel group!

There will be a meeting for anyone interested in playing on the golf team today at 12:50 p.m.  in the lobby.  Everyone must attend!

September 15, 2016

Anyone who wants to play on the golf team ust see Mr. Coleman tomorrow at 12:45 p.m. in the lobby!  There will be tryouts Monday , September 19th.

Students interested in joining the Northside Honor Choir should come to room 300 on Monday at 3:30 p.m.

Band members performing in Sydney will be rehearsing Friday at lunch in the band room.

Girl's soccer game today at 4:00 p.m. here at MHS.

There will be a boy's Jr. soccer game tomorrow at the Open Hearth Park on the turf field at 4:15 p.m. so be there at 3:45 p.m.  New players are welcome to join.

September 14, 2016

There will be a meeting Thursday at 12:45 p.m. in Mr. Coleman's room 340 for anyone interested in playing for the Marauders Hockey team. 

Girl's Varsity soccer practice is cancelled for today.

There will be Girl's Basketball Pre-Season Skills Conditioning Friday at 6 p.m. in the gym.

The Girl's Junior Vasity Soccer team list is posted in the gym.  There will be a practice for these players today at the Memorial Field at 6:00 p.m.

September 13, 2016

The anime club will begin  today  at lunch time. It takes place on Tuesday and Thursdays in room 304 we hope to see you there.

The Cape Breton's largest Road Hockey Tournament is September 17 - 18, 2016 on Charlotte Street, Sydney.  For more information call 902 567-3703.

Applications for student council rep (grades 9 - 12) are available in room 308.  Mrs. Power  They must be submitted by Friday at noon.  Previous experience is not mandatory.

There will be a meeting in Ted Coleman's room (340) this Thursday at lunch time at 12:45 p.m. if you are interested in playing hockey for the Memorial Murauders.

Any student interested in trying out for the golf team see Mr. Coleman.

Students in the travel group with unreturned tickets must bring them to room 308 ASAP.

 

 

September 12, 2016

Any student interested in joining the golf team are to see Mr. Coleman today in the lobby at 12:55 p.m.

Members of the travel group who sold tickets over the summer are reminded they are due back today.  The draw will take place tomorrow, September 13, 2016.  Any staff interested in purchasing tickets on the gift card tree (value Approx. $400) should see Mrs. Power.

There will be girls J.V. soccer tryouts at the Carmen Young Field at 4:00 p.m.  All new players are welcome.

There is a boy's varsity soccer game today at 4:00 p.m. at the Open Hearth Park on the grass field.  Those players are to be excused at 2:30 p.m. for the game.

Stand Up to Bullying day is this Thursday.  Students and staff are encouraged to wear pink as a symbol of their support in this cause.

There will be a meeting Friday for all grade 11 students enrolled or interested in enrolling in the 2018 trip to Germany, Austria and Switzerland.  The meeting will be in room 308 at 12:30 p.m.

A reminder that school pictures will be taken this Wednesday.

 

September 9, 2016

The girls soccer game is at the Open Hearth Park today and those girls are excused from classes at 2:30 p.m.

June 20, 2016

Band members are reminded there have a graduation rehearsal Thursday morning at 9:00 a.m.

Graduation (Potential Grads) !  If anyone has any requests regarding disabled or wheelchair, please see Mrs. Pedersen in room 338.

As the school year is quickly coming to an end, the Social Committee is busy planning for the Year-End Luncheon, and purchasing gifts for retirees and staff who will be leaving the school.  We ask that anyone who has not paid their $30 contribution to the Benevolence / Social Fund for this school year, to please do so as soon as possible.  A list of staff who have contributed is hanging in the office area if you need to check.  Your contribution can be paid to Donna Marie in room 342.

June 16, 2016

Exams tomorrow include : 9a.m. Grade 11 Shops, English 10 Provincial, English 9/English 12, English Comm. 12, 1:00p.m.  "D" Grade 10-11-12. 

June 15, 2016

Mr. Jenkins & Mrs. Osmond would like to thank the Prom Committee and Memorial stagg and volunteers for all their hard work to make your prom successful.

****REMINDER****  For those who still owe the $50 Grad Fees.  PLEASE pay this ASAP!!  DO NOT wait until the day gowns are picked up!!!

June 14, 2016

Badminton is cancelled for today.

There will be a drama club meeting today at lunch time in the Lecture theatre.

Just a reminder for those who still owe the $50.00 Grad fees!  Please pay this ASAP.  Do not wait until the day the gowns are picked up!!!!!

 

June 13, 2016

.Sign up sheet for M-Crew 2016 - 2017 is in the office.

Elections for Student Council President will be held tomorrow (Tuesday).  Teachers should check their emails by the end of today for specific times.

Our candidates are Emma Bunbury, Ben Kelly and Erin O'Handley.

Would all International students and student leasons come to Mrs. Ross's room 300 for a brief meeting today at 12:45 p.m.

With their teachers permission would all students involved in the Ecumenical service meet with Mrs. Fraser and Mrs. MacNeil in the Lecture Theatre at 12:00 p.m.   It will be a brief meeting.  Also included are all Grade 12 Band students.

After the events that took place this weekend in Orlando, the GSA in our school will be collecting donations for relief during lunch period today (Monday) and tomorrow (Tuesday) in the lobby.  They will also be collecting donations in room 103 on Wednesday during lunch where the GSA meeting will be taking place.  If you are unable to make a donation during lunchtime, you can find Erin O'Handley or Shianne Pottie trhoughout the next few days.  Thank you for your support.

June 10, 2016

Summer Employment Opportunity for University or College Student or Grade 12 student entering a post-high school course.  Trail and property maintenance worker for the Coxheath Hills Wilderness Trail.  Duties include: physical labor using a wide assortment of hand tools.  General labor for any and all project.  37.5 hrs/week for 8 weeks $11/hr.  Email resume to : andrew.pittman@bellaliant.net  Applications accepted until 3pm, Friday, June 17th.

Reminder:  Grad Questionnaires are due by 3:10 today.  They can be passed in at the office or given to Ms. Currie in room 204.

Reminder:  The Ernie Morrison Scholarship for students who played girls or boys basketball at T.L. Sullivan must be applied for  by 3:10 today.  The application is in the office.

June 9, 2016

Attention Grads!  Come anytime if you want to take your Butterfly from the Library Wall!!

There will be a final rehearsal for prom tomorrow evening Friday, June 10, 2016 at 6 p.m. at the Emera Center.  We need everyone to attend to make sure you all know what you are doing.  It took 45 minutes last night, so please be there.

June 8, 2016

Cape Breton's largest Road Hockey Tournament will be held from September 17- 18, 2016 in Charlotte Street, Sydney, N.S.  For more information call (902)567-3703  All proceeds support the Cape Breton Regional Hospital Foundation.  Register Today!  www.becauseyoucare.com

Dalhousie University is offering an intensive two week engineering design program this summer for girls entering grades 11 and 12 who may be thinking about  engineering.  The girls will get to experience engineering.  The girls will get to experience engineering in a hands-on environment while working on 4 different engineering design projects, including one for a local non-profit organization.  They will imporve teamwork, communication, presentation, leadership, and computer skills, and may earn advance credit if they come to Dalhousie for Engineering.  The program will be held from July 4th. - 8th. and 11th - 15th from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. each day.  For more information, speak with a guidance counsellor.

There will be a dance party in the lobby at lunch for all the grads celebrating grad week

There is a prom practice tonight at 7 p.m. at the Emera Centre.  This is very important to attend in order to finish the grand march and grad walk.

There will be locker returns Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday next week at 12:15 p.m. in the office. 

 

June 7, 2016

The Relay For Life Team would like to thank everyone that helped out and donated!  We are proud to say we raised $1345.00  and won prizes for raising the most money out of the schools there!  thank you everyone!

The deadline to apply for student council president / secretary / m-crew co chair is today at 3:10 p.m.!  Applications are available in the office and must be submitted Mrs. Power in room 308.

There will be a brief meeting for both the Amsterdam 2017 and the Austria 2018 travel groups on Thursday, June 9th. in room 308 at 12:15 p.m.  This meeting is regarding our summer funraiser.  Any students who have not enrolled but are still interested in doing so should attend.

June 6, 2016

Prom  tickets will be on sale today in Bernice Osmond's room 337.  They will be $30.00 per couple.

The PAL / Phys Ed. trip to Coxheath Mountain is cancelled for Tuesday.

There will be a grand march practice tonight at 6 p.m. at the Emera Centre.

Safe Grad ticket Draw will be at 12:50 p.m. today.

June 3, 2016

Prom tickets will be on sale Monday in Bernice Osmond's room 337 -  $30.00 per couple.

Please go in between classes not during class time.

Also, there will be a prom practice at the Emera Centre Monday June 6th. at 6 p.m.

There is a NEW $500.00 scholarship - The Ernie Morrison Memoiral Basketball Scholarship - available.  Any student who played on the girls or boys basketball team for T.L. Sullivan is eligible to apply.  Application #99 can be found in the office.  The deadline to apply is next Friday, June 10.

There are positions available in the town of Sydney Mines for summer jobs.  A total of 6 positions are available in different areas.  Please sign the lists in the office.  Deadline June 10.

Thanks to everyone who participated in our Pride Week.  The prize winners are: Rebecca Gouthro, Jonathan Dolomont, Jeremy Ross, Austin Sullivan, Austin Ferneyhough, Mason MacKeigan, Andrew MacNeil, and Janice Cantwell.  Please see Mrs. Thompson in Room 103 to collect  your prize!  Also today at lunch in the lobby is your last chance to make a guess to win our jar of skittles.

Johnson Inc. is proud to offer 50 scholarships, valued at $1000 each, to students completing high school in 2016 and starting post-secondary education in the fall.  Application Deadline: August 31, 2016.  For eligibility criteria visit johnson.ca/scholarship

 

June 2, 2016

Applications will be available tomorrow (Friday, June 3rd.)  in the office for the elected student council positions for 2016-2017.  All applications must be submitted by Tuesday, June 7th. to room 308.  Mrs. Power will meet with all qualified applicants on Wednesday June 18th. and campaign rules will be outlined.  Elections will be held on Tuesday June 14th.  The election positions are President - current grade 11, Secretary grade 10 or 11 and M-Crew Co-chair grade 11.

Tomorrow, Friday we are finishing off Pride Week with rainbow day!  This is your last chance to be entered to win a great gift card so wear your rainbow, tie dye, or three different bright colors.

June 1, 2016

Just a reminder that there is a Relay for Life meeting at lunch in Kerry Lynn Power's room.

There is a prom practice tonight at Emera Center at 6:00p.m.

There will be a meeting tomorrow at 12:45 for international students in Mrs Ross' room (300).

St FX University is offering an on-line summer course in Calculus for students who want to better prepare for university level math courses.  This course can be used to satisfy the Pre-Calculus requirement for entrance level to their science program.  Please speak with a guidance counsellor if you require more information.

As part of Pride Week, tomorrow will be pink day!  Wear your pink for a chance to win gift cards at the end of the week.

Any Grade 12 student who is interested in reading at the Ecumenical Service, please see Brenda MacNeil in room 301 today.  (If you have already spoken to Mrs. Fraser about reading, Mrs. MacNeil already has your name.

There will be a OH&S meeting Friday June 3, 2016 at 11:30 a.m. in the Conference Room in the office.  If anyone has any issues to be discussed at the meeting, please write up and pass in to Ken collier before the meeting.

Tomorrow, June 2nd.  will be the last day to register for Safe Grad and to order T-shirts.  And anyone with tickets please return as the draw is Monday!!!

May 31, 2016

Pride week continues at Memorial - wear your favorite bqand tshirt tomorrow and get entered for a chance to win gift cards at the end of the week.

A reminder to students who signed up for the 2016-2017 travel group to California, that the parent meeting is to take place tonight at 630 in the lecture theatre.  Attendance is extremly important.

The ONE and ONLY graduation practice will be held on Friday, June 3 at 11am.  It is very important for all graduating students to attend this practice as there will be information provided on Prom, Safe Grad, Scholarship and the Ecumenical Service.

There will be a manditory Relay for Life meeting tomorrow Wednesday June 1 in Kerri Lynn Power's room (308) at the lunch bell.

May 30, 2016

There will be a Drama Club meeting today after school in the lecture theatre.

It's Pride Week this week at Memorial! Remember that we will be drawing for prizes at the end of the week.  The more days you participate in the theme, the more chances to win gift cards.  Tomorrow will be Sport's Day, so don't forget to show your team pride.

A pair of sunglasses were found in the shop hallway at lunch time.  They can be picked up in the office.

May 27, 2016

There will be a prom practice at the Emera Centre Monday Evening at 7 p.m.  If you like walking next to your friends and in the group you are in, it is recommended that you attend.

Next week will be Pride Week here at Memorial!  At the end of the week, the GSA will be drawing for prizes for students who participate in our theme days.  The more you participate, the more chances to win gift cards.  On Monday we are starting with Memorial Pride, so wear your school clothing or your green and gold for a chance to win!

May 26, 2016

For the students who signed up for the 2017 California trip or for new students interested.  There will be a manditory meeting today at 12:20 in room 100.

There will be a prom practice at the Emera Centre Monday Evening at 7pm.  If you like walking next to your friends and in the group you are in, it is recommended that you attend. 

Anyone who wants to sign up for the Cape Breton Cubs District 1 Senior Little League Baseball team ages 15-16, can do so today from 2-5pm at the Dominion field.

May 25, 2016

Attention to students who use the Breakfast Program!  Please remember to put your garbage in the trash cans provided.

Attention Graduates!  The deadline for grad gown measurements is this Friday.  You must come to the office to have this done by then.

Anyone who was on the principal's list or receiving a sport's award that did not attend the award's banquet please come to the office to pick up your award.

There will be a prom meeting with the decorator tomorrow, (Thursday) at lunch time in the lecture theatre.  All committee members please attend.

There is a drama club meeting today after school in the lecture theatre.

The CBRM Summer Student Employment Lottery takes place on Thursday, June 2nd.  this lottery is held at various locations throughout the CBRM.  The lottery for districts 1&2 is held at Memorial High beginning at 5 p.m.  For more information you can speak to one of our guidance counsellors.

May 24, 2016

There will be a drama club meeting today at lunch in the lecture theatre.

EmployAbility Partnership is pleased to announce: Students with Disabilities at Work Summer Student Employment Program.  Call today at (902) 539-5673, or drop by at 500 George Street, Suite 250 (Bentwick Street Entrance).

Any current grade 11 students interested in participating in a travel group to California during the 2016-2017 school year, please sign up in the office by the end of the day.  This particular trip will be determined by student interest.  An information session for those who signed up will take place Thursday at lunch in the lecture theatre.

 

May 20, 2016

Anyone attending the prom there will be a practice in the gym Wednesday May 25th at 6:00 p.m.

Any band member who needs to vote and didnt at yesterdays rehearsal should go to the band room third period to do so.

May 18, 2016

NSTU application now allows grandchildren of past members to apply .  This is due May 30th.

There are graduation awards available for students in the Millcreek / Point Aconi area.  the only requirement is that the student lives in that area.  fill out application # 97 by May 27th.

Any student who has accepted Scholarships outside of the school (University entrance) needs to bring a copy of the acceptance letter to Ms. currie in Room 204 by June 10th.

 

There will be a drama club meeting today after school in the lecture theatre.

Any current grade eleven students inter4est6ed in participating in a travel group to California during the 2016-2017 school year, please sign up in the office by Friday,k May 20th.  This particular trip will be determined by student interest.  An information session for those who signed up will take place next
Thursday at lunch time in the lecture theatre.

There will be a grand march practice today for prom committee members, student government leaders and their dates in the gym .  If you are leading one of the four groups we need your actual date with you.

May 16, 2016

NSTU application now allows grandchildren of past members to apply .  This is due May 30th.

There are graduation awards available for students in the Millcreek / Point Aconi area.  the only requirement is that the student lives in that area.  fill out application # 97 by May 27th.

Any student who has accepted Scholarships outside of the school (University entrance) needs to bring a copy of the acceptance letter to Ms. currie in Room 204 by June 10th.

There will be track & field Tuesday and Thursday at 5 p.m. at CBU.

Attention Grads!  Fittings for grad gowns are now being taken at the office.  Grad fees are $50.  the deadline is May 27, 2016.

There is a change to the NSTU scholarship application.  Grandchildren of past members may now apply.  Due date is May 30th.

There will be a fun dance practice in the gym at lunch for Grade 12's.  Prom is less than a month away and there will only be a few practices so please attend!

The drama club meeting scheduled for today after school is cancelled.  there will be a meeting tomorrow, Tuesday May 17th at lunch time.  Sorry for any inconvience.

Memorial Cafe will be closed to the public on Wednesday, May 18 due to the Grade 12 Cooking project.  We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

Become a Soccer Referee!!!  Soccer Cape Breton and Soccer Nova Scotia are looking for game referees to officiate the games.  The Soccer Referee Entry Level Course will be held over a 4 different dates so you are not stuck in a classroom a whole weekend.  The dates of the course is as follows:

Wednesday May 18th from 6 to 9:30 p.m.

Wednesday May 25th from 6 to 9:30 p.m.

Wednesday June 1st from 9 - 9:30 p.m.

June 8th from 6 to 9:30 p.m.

The location of the course is R

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