This year’s concert will be in the gym at 6:30 p.m on December 8th.
There is a sign-up sheet to the left of the office door that will remain up until 2:45 p.m. on Monday November 28th. Any student in the school is welcome to participate! If a student needs accompaniment from Ms. Locke for a solo, duo, trio etc, performance, it is kindly asked that they please notify her by the same time.
Practices will begin Monday, Nov. 28th after school. Admission is by donation and all proceeds go to the music program, see you there!
Our annual Family Goods Bingo will take place this Monday, November 28, 2016 here at the school. Doors open at 6:00, with bingo starting at 7:30. Funds raised are used to support graduation ceremonies.
Come along and bring a friend. The prizes will amaze you.
First term report cards will be given out to students on the Wednesday, November 23rd.
On Thursday, November 24th, school will be dismissed at 11:30 to accomodate Parent/Teacher Interviews which are taking place during the afternoon and evening. Parents are strongly encouraged to bring their child to this meeting.
On Friday, November 25th, there will be no school for students due to Teacher Professional Development.
Our choir will be performing at the following places and times:
- Our Remembrance Day Ceremony on the 10th of November at 10:30 a.m. here at the school;
- The lighting of the Happy Tree on the 17th of November at 7:00 p.m at the Random Square Mall in Clarenville (in conjunction with the Random Island Academy Choir).
Parents/Guardians/Friends/Family are welcome to come check it out! Hope to see you there.
During lunch time, we will be using our resouce centre as a help centre for students needing help completing their assigned work.
A peer tutor will be in the resource centre each day to help students. Students are strongly encourage to drop by to get help.
There will be no classes for students on Wednesday October 19, due to teacher professional development.
Thursday will be Day 3 on our schedule.
Our local area MADD chapter sponsored a presentation for our students this past Friday, October 7th.
This presentation sent a powerful message to our students about the dangers of drinking and driving.
Oct. 3-7 is Kids Eat Smart week. Kids Eat Smart Foundation Newfoundland and Labrador supports school breakfast programs with funding, by matching monies we raise and/or are donated to us, and by supplying equipment such a refrigerators, toasters, grills etc. We are celebrating by joining in some province wide activities such as Smoothie Day (which will take place tomorrow Oct. 5)!
As well, on Friday as part of the TD Walk to Breakfast, we will be holding a FOOD DRIVE FOR OUR SCHOOL’S BREAKFAST PROGRAM. We are looking for donations of non-perishable food items that we use regularly in our program such as boxes of cereal (please check expiry dates), granola bars, NutriGrain or similar cereal bars, Rice Krispie squares or similar, Fibre 1 (oats and chocolate bars), muffin mixes, etc.
If you are interested in volunteering at our Kids Eat Smart program (breakfast program) or making a donation please contact Lorrie Ralph at email@example.com or call the school at 709-467-2717.
We serve a hot breakfast to our students 4 out of 5 days a week (the 5th day is always smoothie day). As well they may choose from cold cereals, fresh fruit, grab and go snacks like granola bars and a variety of juices, white and chocolate milks etc. Thanks to our volunteers our students have a great breakfast available to them everyday!
Congratulations to the students and staff at Heritage Collegiate for an excellent fundraising effort for our Terry Fox Walk. Students raised $2500 for the Terry Fox Foundation.
A big shout out to Marcus Robertson who walked 4052 steps during the walk.
There will be a teacher PD session on Monday October 3rd.
As a result, there will be no classes for students on that day.