The March Scholastic Book flyers are available now in the library! Orders are due by March 28th. Please submit orders to the library before the 28th. Buy current and classic books at a great price, while helping to support the MSS library! We also have a flyer for computer and gaming systems software, and elementary school age book flyers. All purchases help buy books for the library.
The Niagara Falls field trip fundraiser for Vesey’s Bulb’s Bulbs is winding down. All orders must be submitted to Mrs. Bumstead in the library by the end of the day on Thursday, March 6. It’s not too late to fund raise – pick up a seller’s package in the library. You can reduce the cost of your trip or GO FREE!
There are still a few spots available on the Niagara Falls trip. Please pick up a field trip package in the library if you are interested. A $45 deposit is required to secure your spot.
Just a reminder that YES Canada will have a booth set up at lunch outside the cafeteria this week, Tuesday, March 4, to talk to you about their study abroad programs. Travel to Australia, Costa Rico, Germany, Japan or many other destinations! Please stop by for more information.
Check the office window for badminton boys team list. Thanks to all who tried out. Please see Ms. Marion today at lunch in Room 106 if your name is on the list and plan to practice tonight at 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. to prepare for the doubles tournament tomorrow. Senior girls badminton tryout will be Wed. 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Congratulations to our OFSAA Nordic Skiers who showed their true grit in Timmins these past few days with temperatures dipping to below 30C. In true Canadian fashion, our MSS skiers skied the trails at the Porcupine Ski Club to finish well amongst the pack. If you see Georgia Grundmanis, Ben Bestvater and Jack Williams – congratulate them for a job well done!
On Wednesday the Lady Marauder’s Curling Team traveled to Barrie to compete in the Simcoe County Championships. The girls battled against the Eastview Wildcats, exchanging shot after shot. Kiley Gethings orchestrated a strategic game and delivered with consistent shot-making.
Railene Harker posted another outstanding performance. Heidi “the Ginja-Ninja” Edwards’ great communication and sweeping kept us in the entire game. Emily Weyman was impressive at lead, while alternate lead Margaret Oliver rounded out a great team.
The girls were impressive the entire game, but fell short on the final stone.
Congratulations for a great season ladies!