Friday, March 16, 2018

Posted on: March 16th, 2018 by Audrey Allan


  • No Intramural dodge-ball today.
  • The gym will be closed today at lunch. Phys Ed teachers are away skiing with students.


  • Red Cross Club meeting in room 230 at lunch today.


  • Grade 12 students interested in writing the Waterloo math contest that aren’t in math this semester please see Mr. MacEwen in room 244 by Wednesday, March 21st.
  • Health Career Conference
    Interested in working in the healthcare sector? Then you will not want to miss this event!
    On Wednesday, March 21st, the UPEI Pre-Med Society will be hosting a “Health Career Conference” in Don and Marion McDougall Hall (Room 242) from 6:00-8:00pm. The theme of this evening is “Informing the Next Generation of Healthcare Workers” and the conference will showcase different health professions, shed light on current healthcare issues, and educate students and community members interested in a career in healthcare about the realities of working in the healthcare system.
    There will be four exciting presentations by influential healthcare workers that you won’t want to miss if you are considering working in the healthcare system.
    6:00-6:30 – Sheila MacLean – Health Recruitment
    6:30-7:00 – Roseanne Sark – Aboriginal Health
    7:00-7:30 – Dr. William Montelpare — Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research
    7:30-8:00 – Dr. Kim Critchley the current Deputy Minister of Health and Wellness for PEI
    Full descriptions of each presentation are included on the Facebook Page:
    This event is open to anyone in the community. Admission is by donation and proceeds will be split between the 22nd Annual QEH/Eastlink Telethon and a local family in need (TBA). For more information contact us at

Student Services:

  • Any students interested in applying for the RBC Award are reminded that applications must be in to Mr. Peterson by Monday. Drop into Student Services for details.
  • A team of educators and community members are organizing a March Break Camp for Junior High students in Charlottetown using various art forms with the Moral Empowerment framework.  High school student volunteers are required, with training provided, as well as given credit for the hours worked through the Community Service Bursary.  Interested Colonel Gray students should check the Job Postings bulletin board in Student Services.

Teachers, today is a supervision day 6.

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