School clothing order forms can be downloaded below or picked up at the office along with samples that you can try on. Completed forms must be passed in at the office by Friday, March 14.
Youth Volunteer of the Year is designed to honour the young people of Conception Bay South who, through their unpaid contributions have helped make the Town of Conception Bay South a better place to live. If you are interested in nominating a volunteer, please download the attached form. Deadline is Friday, March 14 2014.
Congratulations to Queen Elizabeth High’s recent success at the Provincial 18U Female Volleyball tournaments in Arnold’s Cove and Grand Falls over the Feb 21 weekend. The girls Junior team won Bronze in the “C” division and the girls Senior team won Gold in TIER 1 in “A” division. Both teams have seen much success over the past year.
Due to inclement weather, Parent-Teacher Meetings have been postponed until Tuesday, February 25th, 1:00 – 4:00 pm and 6:30 to 8:30 pm. The Teacher Inservice planned for Friday, February 21, will go ahead as scheduled – no classes for students.
The Army Reserves Presentation that was scheduled for this week has been postponed to Tuesday, March 4th. If you have any questions, or are interested in a career in this field please drop by the main lobby at lunchtime to check out their display.
The Canadian Association of Principals and Lifetouch Canada are proud to sponsor the CAP Student Leadership Award. The purpose of this award is to afford principals the opportunity to recognize one of their student leaders and to enter that student as a nominee for a national scholarship. Please visit http://cdnprincipals.org/cap-student-leadership-award/ for more information. Interested candidates must have all documentation to Mr. Rodgers by Wednesday, Feb 26th.
The yearbook committee is looking for a cover design for the class of 2014 yearbook. The contest has begun and the deadline will be March 7th. All entries are to be submitted to the office. The cover will be 8 by 10 and must include the QE logo, year and class of 2014. The prize will be a free yearbook! Entries from all grade levels are welcome!
Report Cards went home today (Friday Feb 14) and Parent-Teacher Interviews will be going ahead on Thursday Feb 20 from 1:00-4:00 and from 6:30-8:30. There will no classes on Friday Feb 21 due to a teacher inservice.
Best of luck to our boys as they compete to capture game 3 of the Fred Squires Shield! Go Pioneers!
The QE Improv team will be performing at the LSPU Hall Monday, Feb. 17th. Doors open at 6:45 and the show begins at 7:00 pm. The games run from Feb. 17th – 21st and the winning team is invited to the Nationals in Ottawa.
This annual event provide a unique opportunity for a selected group of young Canadians to come together to gain a better understanding of our country. The local Rotary Club Club has arranged for one student from CBS (either Holy Spirit or Queen Elizabeth) to participate this year, to travel to Ottawa, participate in numerous activities, all expenses paid (except spending $). The deadline for student selection is March 7th. For more information, please download this flyer.
QueenE will be having our 3rd Shave For The Brave on March 28th. Anyone interested in shaving or supporting our shavers is asked to visit our event online at http://yacc.convio.net/2014sftbqueenelizabeth. Please contact Sarah Manning for more information.
As the 2014 Winter Olympics officially begin today with the Opening Ceremonies, it is a good time to remind you of an initiative of the Department of Education to show support for Newfoundland and Labrador’s own Kaetlyn Osmond. The Department has created web portal ( http://www.ed.gov.nl.ca/edu/sochi2014.html) for students, staff and everyone to follow Kaetlyn’s progress. As well, they are encouraging students and schools to watch her performance’s live. You can read more about this here: http://www.releases.gov.nl.ca/releases/2014/edu/0206n02.htm
Further details on Kaetlyn’s specific skating schedule will be released in the coming days. This is an exciting time for Kaetlyn and no doubt she has a province supporting her on this amazing journey.