Please see the new NLESD Tobacco Free Policy posted on the Board Website. This policy also makes reference to e-cigarettes and smoking in vehicles on school property. Please make sure you are aware of this policy. https://www.nlesd.ca/includes/files/policies/doc/1457461883390.pdf
There will be no classes for students on Wednesday, May 18th as teachers will be engaged in a professional development day. Classes will resume on Thursday and it will be a Day 5 on students’ schedules.
Our Senior Prom is quickly approaching! Below you can find links for a timeline of events as well as table numbers for each graduate. We are looking forward to seeing all the graduates and their guests at the CBS Stadium on Friday, May 13!
Please click here to view or download the QE June 2016 Final Exam Schedule.
There will be a Safe Prom parent meeting at Queen Elizabeth on Wednesday, May 4 at 7PM in the cafeteria. This will be our last meeting before Safe Prom.
It is important that parents who have volunteered to be chaperones at the Safe Prom attend this meeting.
If you are unable to attend and have any questions or concerns, please contact Rosalind Priddle at 7441014 or Phoebe Hynes at 834-7020. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting.
Ros Priddle, Chair
Safe Prom Committee
The Queen Elizabeth Senior Prom will begin at 5pm on Friday May 13 at the CBS Stadium. Please click here to view or download the Schedule of Events.
“The Most Prestigious Award” bestowed upon a Queen Elizabeth student.”
Each year during the Senior Prom, one student is recognized as a recipient for the Progressive Pioneer Award.
“Awarded annually to the graduate who displayed progressive, ambitious and energetic qualities and in general made a worthwhile contribution to our school and its well being.”
Please complete the attached nomination form and submit it to the main office no later than May 5th. Progressive Pioneer
There will be an information meeting for students and parents interested in the Italy 2017 school trip on Wednesday, April 27th at 7pm at QE library.
1) Very important Information Session for students who have applied to MUN will take place on Monday, April 25th at 12:40-1:20 in the Library. Please make every effort to attend.
2) Memorial University academic advisors to come to QE to individually meet with all students who have applied to MUN on Monday, May 2nd, 2016. Appointment time schedule attached. It will take place in the cafeteria. If you have any questions, see Mrs.Watton. A schedule will be posted throughout the school.
The Winner of the Mummer Six Framed Print was Wayne Harvey, CBS, (Ticket #219), and drawn today at Queen Elizabeth Regional HS by John Smith, and witnessed by Colleen Kearley.
Memorial’s Leadership Education and Preparation (LEAP) program is a two-day event that invites selected level II and III students from across Newfoundland and Labrador to experience life at Memorial. High school students get a head start on what to expect when they begin post-secondary. Students experience life at Memorial first-hand through attending classes of their choice that reflect personal interests, getting familiar with campus, and being immersed in Memorial’s culture.
Queen Elizabeth has been instructed to pick two level II students and two level III students from our school to attend this program (cost is $90.00 that the student is responsible for paying). If you have applied or are planning to apply to Memorial University and would like to be a part of this program, please see Mrs. Watton for an application. Completed applications are due to Mrs. Watton on May 17th. A decision will be made before Memorial’s June 1st deadline.
See the following website for more details: https://www.mun.ca/student/leadership/leap/index.php
On Monday, April 18th we will be meeting with level three students to discuss and distribute information regarding a seating plan for the prom. Due to table sizes, the number of people at a table must not exceed 9. Graduates will be required to complete a form listing the names of the people in their party. This is how the names will appear on the tables at the banquet. This form does not guarantee that all requests will be possible. However, every attempt will be made to satisfy these preferences. Forms are to be submitted to the office no later than Wednesday, April 20, 2016.
If you have any questions regarding the prom or seating arrangements, please feel free to contact us.
Allison Starkes (email@example.com)
Ashley Coombs (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Eastern Health advises the public that the Mental Health and Addictions Program will be holding information sessions for parents of children and adolescents who may be experiencing mental health issues.
Sessions are scheduled as follows:
· April 14, 2016 – The Age of Weed: Marijuana Use Among Youth – 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
· May 12, 2016 – Parenting in the 21st Century – 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Registration is required and additional details, including location, will be provided at that time. To register or for information, please call (709) 777- 4020.
NLESD will be offering an eight week Public Exam Preparation Program from April 18th to June 9th 2016. If the need is sufficient, the following courses will be offered: Math 3201, Math 3200, English 3201, Biology 3201, Chemistry 3202 and Physics 3204. Please click here for more information.
We are contacting you today to pass along a couple of important reminders from the Prom Committee.
Before Easter, forms were distributed outlining ticket costs & requesting allergy information. Also, a flyer was given out regarding prom photos.
Students received a form outlining how many tickets they request including the total cost. Full payment for prom tickets is due April 13th and can be made at the office.
Graduates are also required to complete a form notifying the school of any allergies or dietary restrictions that they or their guest may have. This information is required by the caterer. This form is also due by April 13th and can be passed in at the office.
If graduates are interested in having professional senior prom photos taken, they are reminded that appointments are required and should be booked as soon as possible by contacting Ellice Ford Photography at 769-3426.
In the coming weeks we will be arranging a seating plan so it is important that graduates consider who they would like to sit at a table with during the banquet. In the near future we will be asking graduates to complete a seating request form.
If you have any questions regarding Senior Prom, feel free to contact Allison Starkes or Ashley Coombs.
Queen Elizabeth Regional High School