The 3rd Annual Christmas at QE craft fair is this weekend on Sunday November 23 from 10-4pm. We are booked with over 75 vendors with a wide assortment of great products, it is the perfect opportunity to start, or finish, your holiday shopping. Lots of fun activities for kids such as pictures with Santa, face painting, balloon animals and a kids arcade plus hourly 50/50 and several prize draws. ATM on site.
Door admittance: $3 for adult, kids under 12 get in free.
It’s a great way to get into the Christmas Spirit. All proceeds will be distributed by the student council into the school extracurricular and other projects. Show your support! Go to our Facebook page and like https://www.facebook.com/pages/Christmas-at-QE/167028060161841
The breakfast program is looking for volunteers on Tuesdays and Thursdays to help serve a healthy breakfast option to over 100 students that avail of this free serve daily. Parents, service groups, retired persons or someone just looking to make a contribution.
Please contact John Smith Eat Smart Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 834-2081
Due to completion of construction on Garden Rd, the detours in place for the following routes will be lifted:
• Queen Elizabeth Regional High – Route 1
Please note the detour will end on Friday, November 14. That means that starting on Monday, November 17, the bus route will go back to normal.
There will be no classes on Monday, November 10, and Tuesday, November 11, for the Remembrance Day long weekend. School will reopen on Wednesday, November 12. It will be a Day 6 on your schedule.
The 29th Annual Darryl Reid Memorial High School Hockey Tournament, hosted by the Queen Elizabeth Pioneers, will be held this weekend. All games will take place at the Robert French Memorial Stadium in CBS. The opening ceremonies will take place on Friday, November 7, at 7:45pm. Click here to view or download the tournament schedule.
The third Annual Christmas at QE craft fair is fast approaching. On November 23rd from 10am-4pm Queen Elizabeth Regional High School will be filled with vendors and families doing their Christmas shopping. With over 75 vendors, children’s games, face painting, pictures with Santa, gift baskets and book signing by the author Bill Rowe, what better way to spend your Sunday! The cost of admission is $3 and children under twelve are free.
All proceeds go to the student council to distribute to school projects and organizations.
Limited vendor space is still available. Please contact John Smith at 727-5457 or by Email: christmasatQE@hotmail.com
There will be no classes for students on Monday November 3rd, 2014, as teachers will be attending professional development sessions.
If you are interested in competing in Skills Canada see Mr. Warren in Rm. 115
Wouldn’t it be amazing to travel to Beaumont-Hamel and stand on the actual battlefield as Newfoundland commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Beaumont-Hamel? You can have this opportunity. We are planning a 10-day student trip to Belgium and France for June 28 – July 7, 2016.(Brussels, Ypres, Vimy, Beaumont-Hamel (for July 1st, and Paris) Students will have an educational, cultural and fun experience as they participate in WWI commemorative activities as well as see the most important tourist attractions from Brussels to Paris. We have even added an extra day of activities in Paris to be sure that we don’t miss anything! Current Level I and II students are eligible to enrol. Check out the information sheet posted on the school website or see Mme. Connors (room 323) for details.
A meeting for parents/students who are interested in this trip will take place at the school on Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 at 7pm.
Giv’er On The River is a charity fun run supporting the ongoing improvement of the Manual’s River Trail System. It will be held on Sunday, October 26th, 2014, starting at 8:30AM from the Manual’s River Hibernia Interpretation Centre in CBS. For more information or to register visit http://www.events.runningroom.com/site/?raceId=9397 or download this brochure.
Good day students, parents, and community partners. I have been appointed interim Senior Education Officer – Human Resources (Eastern Region NLESD) and I will be starting this new position on October 6th. I would like to personally thank everyone for all your support and I would also like to thank you in advance for supporting our incoming leadership team. The principalship will be an advertised position with the successful candidate taking over on October 15th. In the interim, Mr. Hodder will assume the principalship and Mr. Elliott (Social Studies Dept Head) will assume the assistant principalship.
I will miss all the excitement that comes with working with close to 600 teenagers each and every day and I wish you the very best in your studies…I trust that you will do everything possible to have a successful year! Go Pioneers! ~ Wayne Rodgers
Help Create the Magic of a Wish. Come join us on Wed., Oct.8th. Note this qualifies for volunteer hours. Pledge Sheets are available from Career teachers or from Mrs. Byrne in Rm204. Click here for more information.
Attention All 2014 Grads – Awards Night will take place Thursday, November 6th at 7:00pm in the gym. Grads must arrive at the school by 6:15 pm at the latest. Gowns will be distributed at that time. We would like to extend an invitation to all family members and friends to join us for this very special event.
There will be a Curriculum Night on Thursday, September 25th starting at 7:00 p.m. Please bring along a copy of your child’s schedule. You will be meeting in homeroom at 7:00 then at 7:10 attending each of your child’s classes starting with Slot 1 and ending with Slot 7. The evening will conclude at 8:20. Teachers will be sharing curriculum outcomes and evaluation schemes for each course. We look forward to you attending this event. ~ Wayne Rodgers
We would like to inform you that on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 CBC Television will be using a mounted camera (a GoPro style) on Bus Run 10 as part of the ongoing stories they have been airing on bus safety.
The purpose of this camera is to illustrate proper procedures for buses picking up and dropping off students and to possibly capture improper passing by traffic.
While we have requested that CBC not show images of students, we wanted to inform you of this story and the use of the camera.
Should you have any concerns please do not hesitate to contact the school.