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Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School
Daily Announcements

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

STUDENT PARKING – There are still parking spots available so any Grade 11 and 12 students who would like a parking space, please pick up a form from the office.


Student Vote – Thank you to all the students who cast their ballots on Thursday.  Here are the school results: The New Democratic Party finished with the most votes 212, Conservatives 159, Liberals 94, Green Party 63, Peoples Party of Canada 54 and 6 spoiled ballots. Congratulations to Zach Schaan who won the election trivia on Wednesday with the answer of 170 seats needed to have a majority. And Thursday's trivia winner, Amanda Agnel, who identified William Lyon Mackenzie King as the longest serving Prime Minister. Please pick up your prizes from the office at break today.  Last election trivia question: What day is Election Canada required, by law, to hold a Federal Election?  Is it Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday?


COOKING COMPETITION - Do you have a passion for cooking and want to showcase your cooking skills in a competition against the other Catholic high schools? Sign up outside the Foods Lab to join the cooking team to compete in this year's beef competition.


MINGA - Are you interested in social justice issues such as the environment, mental health, diversity and inclusion or LGBTQ+? Would you like to learn more about your faith? Our school social justice club, MINGA, would like to invite any students to our first meeting this Thursday, Sept. 23, at lunch in the Library!  Come and find out how our group brings people together to make a difference in our school community.


CANTEEN – D.Q. Cheeseburgers will be sold from the Canteen today at noon and WokBox tomorrow. French Vanilla Icecaps and blue raspberry slush have returned to the canteen. Get them while they last!


Jr. Boys' Volleyball – The junior boys placed second in their pool in the Campbell Crush Tournament but lost in the first round of the playoffs to the Riffel Royals. Boys practice today from 3:30 to 5:30 PM.


Jr. Girls' Volleyball – The Jr. Girls' had a very busy weekend playing 8 games in the last 4 days!  The girls won the Campbell Crush Tournament over the weekend beating out Miller for gold! Last night the girls defeated both Campbell 25-5, 21-25 and 15-6 and Martin 25-17, 20-25 and 15-10.  Congratulations girls on a very successful pre-season! They play this weekend in the Winston Knoll Tournament.  Good luck, girls!


The Senior Girls' Volleyball team plays tonight at 8:00 at Riffel. Come out and cheer on your Suns!


Girls' Soccer - The Girls' Soccer Team took down Winston Knoll to notch their first win of the season in a decisive 14-0 finish last night. Priscila Pineda earned a shut-out in her first outing in net.  Offensive results came from the feet of Jenna Muir (3 goals), Jordyn Trudelle, Olivia Holowenko and Allyson Olberg (2 goals each), and single goals from Jaylynn Thompson, Madison Elek, Tarin Ballan, Ariana Hryniuk and Anna Van-Rooyen-Paralizabal.  Practice today at 4:15 PM on the LeBoldus field.


Boys' Soccer – The Boys Soccer Team takes on Campbell today at 5:00 PM at Norseman Field in Harbour Landing. Come out and support your Suns!


HOCKEY – Anyone interested in playing high school hockey this year and is a goalie, please see Mr. Houk in room 162.


cross-country - There will be an important Cross-Country meeting today, at lunch, in the gym. All players please attend. The third Meet is today at 4:15 at Douglas Park. Good luck, runners!


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Chickens can see daylight 45 minutes
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