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Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School
Daily Announcements

Friday, December 6, 2019

ALCOHOL, DRUGS & PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING – Today's class will be an optional class for Grades 11 & 12 in Period 5 in the Theatre.


SRC: On the first day of Christmas, the SRC gave to me: a red, green and white day. Starting on Monday, the SRC is having the 'Ten Days of Christmas' with a different event happening every day. Monday will be red, green and white day, so come dressed in your best festive colours.


Yearbook - Attention all yearbookers - there will be no yearbook meeting today. We will resume regular meetings next week.


Shop local, save money & support your fellow SUNS – On Friday, December 13, the Entrepreneurship 30 business students will be having their tradeshow at lunch. See the posters for prices and items.


Christmas (parol) lantern-making contest - Everyone is welcome to participate in our 7th annual Christmas (parol) lantern-making contest. For details, please see Mrs. Anonas or the LeBoldus website.


A reminder of our S.A.D.D. meeting at lunch today. Take your lunch and ideas for our Christmas Campaign!


BAND - Wind Ensemble Woodwind sectionals today at lunch.


VERB CLASS: Verb class will be today in room 178 with Mme Zach. Cette semaine: Futur simple et prΓ©sent de l'indicatif.


SUPER SMASH BROS. – Please meet today at break in the Library.


HOCKEY – The Suns Hockey Team plays on Monday, Dec. 9, vs. Campbell at the Balfour Arena, at 4:15 PM.  We will be taking our team picture before the game so all players should be ready to go by 3:50 PM.


Junior girls' basketball - The junior girls defeated Thom last night, 76-56. Maia Poirier led the team with 26 points and 16 rebounds and Abby Meier-Wittal and Allyson Olberg contributed 13 points each.


Junior Boys' Basketball – The Junior Boys' Basketball team had another strong performance in last night's win over the Thom Trojans. Abraham Tarca led all scorers with 28 points. Collins Iyekekpolor, Daniel Cameron and Meric Bauda all hit double figures in scoring in the win.



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