May 14, 2018

Middleton Regional High School

School Announcements for Monday, May 14th – Day 7



  • GSA News:  Homophobia encompasses a range of negative attitudes and feelings toward homosexuality or people who are identified or perceived as being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or other members of the LGBT community.  On May 17th, we will be observing International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.  This day aims to coordinate international events that raise awareness of LGBT rights violations and stimulate interest in LGBT rights worldwide.  The MRHS GSA will be celebrating by spreading awareness and promoting diversity throughout the week and a flag raising on Thursday.  Show your support by wearing bright colours on May 17th!



  • Track practice takes place this week Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 3:30 – 5:00 at Rotary Park.
  • Unified Sport Basketball Players, please return your jerseys to Ms. Croft or Ms. Sheehy.
  • The Girls Softball team won silver at the Avon View tournament this weekend!   Congratulations Girls!  Today’s game against West Kings has been cancelled so the team will practice after school at the Rotary field.  Keep checking the Facebook groups for updates about pre-regional games this week. 



  • Graduating Students – as you finalize your plans for after graduation, be sure to let Mrs. Arthur know if you receive an offer of an entrance award.  If so, bring the documentation to Mrs. Arthur so you can be recognized during Graduation.
  • Grade 12 Students – Applications are now in for the Port George & District Bursary.  If you are a resident of Mosher’s Corner, Port George, Douglasville, Cottage Cove or Mt Hanley, please see Mrs. Arthur for an application.



  • A reminder to those who ordered from the Grad Meadowbrook Meat Market fundraiser that pick up is today from 4:30-6:30 at MRHS.



  • A big congratulations goes out to Able Seaman Noah Smale of 7A who received the Junior Cadet of the year Award, and several other awards, at the Annual Ceremonial Review of 26 Cornwallis Canadian Sea Cadet Corps held on May 12.
  • You will notice a mandela of Mi’Kmaq talking sticks laid out on the pavement area beside the school today.  The talking stick was a very important tool for the Mi’Kmaq in showing and communicating respect among one another.  Pam Durling created this workshop with our 6th graders last Wednesday.




CAFETERIA Menu for today:            

            RECESS:         Ham Egger  

            LUNCH:           Pizza