Archive for May, 2014

May 30, 2014

Posted on: May 30th, 2014 by Audrey Allan
  • Stop by the lobby and buy a Colonel Gray IPhone4 case for $8 all proceeds go to World Vision to buy goats. #goat you want to buy a phone case help us help families in 3rd world countries.
  • Mosaic Club meets today in room 116. Anyone that needs their food heated up for the potluck or did not find one of the executives, please arrive at the beginning of lunch so that we can get the party started ASAP.
  • Congratulations to our music students on an awesome band concert last night.
  • Intramural Lacrosse: Monday, June 2 Staff Snipers vs. Reitman’s Juicers.

Teachers, today is duty day 2.

May 29, 2014

Posted on: May 29th, 2014 by Audrey Allan
  • Key Club cake walk today at lunch.
  • Safe Grad EXECUTIVE meeting at lunch today in Mrs. Bradley’s room at 12:00 noon.  A full committee meeting will be held next Friday, June 6th.  Please be on time.
  • Reminder of Drama Club today at 11:50 in Room 215.  We are looking forward to seeing some new faces there!  We will also be working towards an executive for the coming year.
  • Attention Graduates:  If you want to help plan the celebration service please see Mrs. Cutcliffe by the end of the day tomorrow. 

Teachers, today is duty day 1

Track & Field Meet Results

Posted on: May 28th, 2014 by Audrey Allan
Here are the team results for yesterday’s track and field meet.   Colonel Gray finished first in all four divisions.  Congratulations to all participants!
Women – Midget – Team Rankings – 14 Events Scored
Colonel Gray 77.50
2) Montague Regional High Sc 33
3) Charlottetown Rural 24.50
4) Francois Buote 5
5) Souris Regional High Scho 4
6) Morell Regional High Scho 3
Women – Senior – Team Rankings – 14 Events Scored
1) Colonel Gray 96.50
2) Charlottetown Rural 32.50
3) Francois Buote 10
4) Montague Regional High Sc 8
5) Morell Regional High Schoo 6
Men – Midget – Team Rankings – 14 Events Scored
1) Colonel Gray 80
2) Montague Regional High Sc 41
3) Morell Regional High Schoo 15
4) Charlottetown Rural 10
5) Souris Regional High Scho 3
Men – Senior – Team Rankings – 14 Events Scored
1) Colonel Gray 77.50
2) Charlottetown Rural 58.50
3) Souris Regional High Scho 7
3) Montague Regional High Sc 7
5) Morell Regional High Schoo 3

May 28, 2014

Posted on: May 28th, 2014 by Audrey Allan
  • Hi Colonels! The Mosaic Club will be hosting the Mosaic Club Cafe today and tomorrow at lunch in the lecture theatre. Come for games, performances, and fun!
  • Free the Chldren meeting today at lunch, for those of you who are interested in a car wash or next years executive please come out!
  • Drama 801’s original production of “Snowed Inn” will be playing on May 30th at 6pm at Trinity Church. $3 for advanced tickets and $5 at the door. See Gillian Oakley for m ore info, come support your fellow colonels be seeing a great show!
  • For all EAL students: A rep from UPEI English Academic Program will be in Student Services during lunch on June 4th to answer any questions about programs and services for studying at UPEI.
  • Tickets available for “Musical Mashed Potatoes” please see Aaron Waite Jasmine Frizzell or Madyson MacPhail for ticketrs.
  • Jesus at Gray will be meeting today in room 152 at lunch! All are welcome!
  • Yearbook today at lunch in room 153.

Teachers, today is duty day 6.

May 27, 2014

Posted on: May 27th, 2014 by Audrey Allan
  • Grads:  want to help plan the celebration service for the night of graduation?  Come to the meeting in Room 213 at 12:00 today.  It won’t be long and it’s important that you attend today if you want to be part of it.
  • Grads should fill in a green transcript request form and leave it in Student Services, if they haven’t already done so. 
  •  All universities/colleges will require your FINAL JUNE MARKS, even if you had them sent earlier in the year.  By completing this form this week, or first week of June, it’s one less thing grads have to worry about before final exams and other grad activities begin to happen.  Transcripts cost $2 each.  
  • So fill in your green transcript request form, leave it in Student Services, and ensure your final marks are sent at the end of June to your university/college. 
  • Our rugby teams split with Westisle last night.  Our girls lost a close one 10-7 while our boys played their best game of the season winning 31-0. Our girls next game is a quarter final on Friday, while our boys have a bye into the semi’s on Tuesday. 
     Good luck to all of our athletes at today’s track and field meet!
  • If you are looking for volunteer hours, Prince Street School is looking for volunteers at their Spring Fling event on June 6 – sign up sheet in Student Services.
  • A rep from RCMP recruitment will have a display set up in the front lobby today during lunch time.
  • Gay Straight Alliance – GSA will meet today in room 151.

Teachers, today is duty day 5.

May 26, 2014

Posted on: May 26th, 2014 by Audrey Allan
  • A rep from RCMP recruitment division will be setting up a display in front entry tomorrow during lunch. If you have any interest in a career with the RCMP, this is an opportunity to get information.
  • Free the Children meeting this Wednesday, for those of you who are interested in participating in a car wash and an executive position please come out to find out more.
  • All track and field athletes who are participating in tomorrow’s zone meet should check the schedule and participation list today. It is posted in the gym. If you have any questions, please check with Mr. Huggan or Ms. Currie.
  • Mosaic Club meeting today at lunch in room 116. We will be planning for the Mosaic Club Cafe and potluck on May 28 – 30, which will be this week at lunch in the lecture theater and room 116. Everyone is welcome – bring your friends!
  • Girls softballgame today against Souris is cancelled.
  • Tickets for Drama 801’s original production of Snowed Inn will be on sale this week $3.00 for advanced tickets and $5.00 at the door. The show will be on May 30th at Trinity United Church at 6:00pm. If you want to buy tickets come see Gilian Oakley or message her on Facebook.

Teachers, today is duty day 4.


Grade 12 Survey link

Posted on: May 25th, 2014 by kdwhitrow

This announcements is for grade 12 Students at Colonel Gray.  The link below takes you to the survey to be completed.  The survey facilitators will meet with your class during block C and provide you with a unique login that you can use to complete the survey.

Thanks in advance for providing your insights in this survey.

Mr. Whitrow


May 23, 2014

Posted on: May 23rd, 2014 by Audrey Allan
  • This is a Reminder to all students to return overdue books and any English books you are finished with. If you are not sure check with the teacher Librarian.
  • If you would like a free prom dress please check out the selection of dresses in Student Services.
  • Attention Graduates!  Do you want to plan an amazing celebration service to start your last night together as a class?  We need planners, readers, singers and musicians to come to a meeting in room 213 Tuesday, May 27th at 12 noon.  If you can’t attend, or want more info, see Mrs Cutcliffe.
  • Mosaic Club meeting on Friday at lunch in Mr. MacAdam’s class. We will be planning for the Mosaic Club Cafe and potluck on May 28 – 30. Anyone interested in doing a cultural performance for the event, please come to the meeting to choose your performance time. Everyone is welcome – bring your friends!
  • Yesterday was the 5th Annual Colonel Gray Challenge.   This year’s challenge was the biggest yet with 14 challenges, 34 teams, (170 participant)  and several staff and student volunteers.  A big thanks to Mr. Colin MacDonald and his PE 621 Leadership class for organizing an amazing event.Team winners include: Male Division: Zach Visser, Jeremy Thompson, Will Stewart, Andrew Wong & Michael Rogers With a Teacher Team:  Mr. MacCormack, Taylor Perry, Mrs. Sheppard, Tamineh Kiani, Mr. Huggan Co-Ed Division: Heidi Hennessey, Jamie Vaive, Jonny Arsenault, Parker Ronahan & Rory Lantz Female Division: Olivia Adams, Marie Charles, Quincy Beck, Hannah Kujundzic, Hannah O’Brien.
  • Gay straight alliance (GSA) will meet at lunch in room 151, all are welcome!
  •  A HUGE thank you to all the students and staff who were involved in the Colonel Gray Challenge. It was an excellent learning experience for the Leadership 621A class.
  • This is a reminder to all Mrs. Sheppard’s Block C and D Craft students, and all Mrs. Covey’s C and D ESL students,
    that they will be going on a field trip this afternoon. You are to meet in their teacher’s classrooms at 12:30.

Teachers today is duty day 3.

May 22, 2014

Posted on: May 22nd, 2014 by Audrey Allan
  • The Colonel Gray SADD annual run takes place this Saturday, May 24th at 9:00 a.m. All Colonels are invited to participate along with any interested family members.  This is a fund raiser for the up-coming Safe Grad event.  Registration beings at 8:00 a.m. and the fee is $10. per individual and $20. per family.  Hope to see a good turnout!!
  • Little Big Band will rehearse Friday at lunch and Monday Morning.
  • This is a reminder to students and staff that Colonel Gray is a ‘scent free’ school. Please don’t use/wear perfumes or other scented products at school.
  • TODAY is the DAY!!! The Colonel Gray Challenge is TODAY. We have 33 Teams participating and it is important that you are changed and to the gym with your team immediately after class ends at 11:20 this morning. We will do a quick review of the safety concerns, rules and procedures and will then send teams to their starting stations to begin the event. Good luck and have fun Colonels!!!
  • There will be a full Safe Grad Committee meeting tomorrow at 12:00 noon in Mrs. Bradley’s Room 210.  All committee members are asked to attend and bring along anyone who might be interested in volunteering for the SADD run being held this Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m.
  • On Monday, May 26th there will be a play put on in the Lecture Theatre at 7-830pm by Kayla Paquet it’s called” The Last Night” Entrance is by donation.
  • Just are reminder to Peer Helpers and Coop students for next, application forms are dueto Ms. Fleming by Tuesday, May 27.

Teachers, today is duty day 2.

W. Mitchell – Fundraiser – June 10 – proceeds to promote mental and physical health at Colonel Gray

Posted on: May 22nd, 2014 by kdwhitrow

WMitchell-Flyer-May-2014This Fund-rasing Event is facilitated by Danny Murphy and group in support of the the Colonel Gray Wellness Centre project.  The goal is to raise funds to expand and upgrade the Wellness Centre and promote activities to improve student of mental and physical health.