Monday, 26 June 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS June 26, 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS June 26, 2017

Please pick up your French ISU's in room 104. Any ISU left after exam day will be discarded.


(Please read Monday morning....This is a huge honour and we are very proud of Kristen!) Congratulations goes out to Kristen Swiatoschik who is the recipient of this years Female Royal Arcanum award.  This award is presented to the top female athlete in the Windsor Essex County area who participates and excels in a variety of WECSSAA sports.  Congratulations Kristen on this prestigious award!

Thursday, 22 June 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS June 22, 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS June 22, 2017


·      Attention Grade 12 Students:
Starting on Thursday, June 22nd you have the opportunity to help the Life Skills Department by donating your used uniforms to us. If you bring in a minimum of 2 pieces that are washed and on hangers you will receive a Casual Dress Pass for the Exam Period. We have an urgent need for skorts, sweaters and shorts. All proceeds from the Used Uniform Sales go directly into the Life Skills program helping to provide special trips for our students. Thanks in advance for your support. All uniforms can be brought to the Life Skills hallway on the mornings of Exam Days.


·        A reminder to Gr 10 and 11 students wanting to go on the Tobermory trip in Sept, that you can see Mr. Paling in rm 136 for forms or to turn in your $50 deposit.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS June 21, 2017

·       Attention Grade 12 Students:
Starting on Thursday, June 22nd you have the opportunity to help the Life Skills Department by donating your used uniforms to us. If you bring in a minimum of 2 pieces that are washed and on hangers you will receive a Casual Dress Pass for the Exam Period. We have an urgent need for skorts, sweaters and shorts. All proceeds from the Used Uniform Sales go directly into the Life Skills program helping to provide special trips for our students. Thanks in advance for your support. All uniforms can be brought to the Life Skills hallway on the mornings of Exam Days. Again, this is for Grade 12’s only!  Thank you and have a great day!

·        All those who are interested in playing Sr. Football this coming fall, please meet Mrs Coste in Room 133 at the start of 1st lunch TODAY! This meeting is very important, please attend!
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·        Attention all grade 9 students. If you're interested in playing Junior football next year, there will be an important meeting on Thursday at the beginning of first lunch in room 207. That's tomorrow at the beginning of 1st lunch in room 207.


Monday, 19 June 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS June 19, 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS June 19, 2017

·         ATTENTION GRADUATES: Is the death of one or both of your parents the reason you cannot afford to attend College or University next year? If you have serious intentions to attend College or University next year but due to financial problems may not be able to, then be sure to stop by the guidance office and pick up an application for the BBF Bursary.  Up to $4000 will be awarded to a student in need.  Once again, applications for the $4000 BBF Bursary are available at guidance to a deserving student who has suffered the loss of one or both parents. Come to guidance for more details.

·         The weight room will be closed today Monday June 19th.

·         Attention Grade 12 Students:

·         Starting on Thursday, June 22nd you have the opportunity to help the Life Skills Department by donating your used uniforms to us. If you bring in a minimum of 2 pieces that are washed and on hangers you will receive a Casual Dress Pass for the Exam Period. We have an urgent need for skorts, sweaters and shorts. All proceeds from the Used Uniform Sales go directly into the Life Skills program helping to provide special trips for our students. Thanks in advance for your support. All uniforms can be brought to the Life Skills hallway on the mornings of Exam Days.

·         A reminder to all those all stars who's pictures were not taking last week your picture will be taken today.  Please meet in the gym at the beginning of 4th period.

·         Any students who would like to volunteer their time to help out with Grade 9 Orientation Day, please sign your name on the sign-up sheet in Student Services.  Students who wish to volunteer must be available for a mandatory two-hour meeting on the morning of Tuesday, August 29th.  The Grade 9 Orientation Day will take place on Wednesday, August 30th here at Villanova, from 8am - 2pm.  Community Service hours will be granted to all those who volunteer.  Please see Mrs. Muscedere for further details. 


Friday, 16 June 2017

Special Announcement - Survey

Survey for Parents and Students 

The Ministry of Education is committed to improving Indigenous education in Ontario, improving student achievement and well-being, and closing the achievement gap between Indigenous students and all students. In 2007, the Ontario Ministry of Education launched the Ontario First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Education Policy Framework (the Framework). The Framework guides the Ministry of Education, school boards and schools as they work together to improve and support the achievement and well-being of Indigenous students who attend Ontario’s provincially-funded elementary and secondary schools, and to increase the knowledge and awareness of all students about Indigenous histories, cultures, perspectives and contributions.

The Ministry has made a commitment to release a progress report on the implementation of the Framework every three years. Progress Reports were released in 2009 and 2013. The next progress report on the implementation of the Framework is scheduled to be released in Fall 2017. To inform the development of this report, the Ministry is hoping to hear from students, parents/guardians and family members, educators, and First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities and organizations about the progress that has been made in Indigenous education.


You and your child are invited to participate in the following survey which will address the progress made in the implementation of the Framework:
https://questionnaire.simplesurvey.com/s/ThirdProgressReport


Everyone’s views are important, whether or not you feel you have a little or great deal of experience to share! The survey is voluntary and confidential. The information received will be combined anonymously in a report that will be used to inform the development of the Third Progress Report.

Announcements June 16, 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS June 16, 2017

-ATTENTION GRADUATES: Is the death of one or both of your
parents the reason you cannot afford to attend College or University
next year? If you have serious intentions to attend College or
University next year but due to financial problems may not be able to,
then be sure to stop by the guidance office and pick up an application
for the BBF Bursary. Up to $4000 will be awarded to a student in
need. Once again, applications for the $4000 BBF Bursary are
available at guidance to a deserving student who has suffered the
loss of one or both parents. Come to guidance for more details.

-  If anyone has ever thought a snake, lizard or turtle could be a cool
pet, here is your chance! Over the summer, the living lab animals are
looking for a change of scenery. If you are interested in caring for an
animal over the summer, come in, grab a permission form, get a bit of
training from the living lab and enjoy for the summer!!!!! Mr C.

-Any students, who would like to volunteer their time to help out with
Grade 9 Orientation Day, please sign your name on the sign-up sheet
in Student Services. Students who wish to volunteer must be
available for a mandatory two-hour meeting on the morning of
Tuesday, August 29th. The Grade 9 Orientation Day will take place
on Wednesday, August 30th here at Villanova, from 8am - 2pm.
Community Service hours will be granted to all those who volunteer.
Please see Mrs. Muscedere for further details.

- Attention Grade 12 Students: Starting on Thursday, June 22nd you
have the opportunity to help the Life Skills Department by donating
your used uniforms to us. If you bring in a minimum of 2 pieces that
are washed and on hangers you will receive a Casual Dress Pass for
the Exam Period. We have an urgent need for skorts, sweaters and
shorts. All proceeds from the Used Uniform Sales go directly into the
Life Skills program helping to provide special trips for our students.
Thanks in advance for your support. All uniforms can be brought to
the Life Skills hallway on the mornings of Exam Days.

Thursday, 15 June 2017

Announcements June 15,2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS June 15, 2017

- Gr. 12 - Clear your attendance for tomorrow if you will not be here

-ATTENTION GRADUATES: Is the death of one or both of your
parents the reason you cannot afford to attend College or University
next year? If you have serious intentions to attend College or
University next year but due to financial problems may not be able to,
then be sure to stop by the guidance office and pick up an application
for the BBF Bursary. Up to $4000 will be awarded to a student in
need. Once again, applications for the $4000 BBF Bursary are
available at guidance to a deserving student who has suffered the
loss of one or both parents. Come to guidance for more details.

- In February and April of this year, 86 Villanova students participated
in the University of Waterloo Math Contests. Today we want to
acknowledge their success. As you hear your name, please go to
room 233. The following students are receiving medals for achieving
the highest score at our school in the contest for their grade level:
Evelyn Petro, Laney Beausoleil, Matthew Veselinovic, Dario Morle,
Charlotte Salisbury and Megan Jorritsma. This group of students are
receiving Certificates of Distinction for placing in the top 25% of all
contest writers worldwide: Evelyn Petro, Renee Wulterkens, Nickolas
Grammatico, Carver Mackinnon, Caitlin Cmar, Olivia Brannagan,
Andrew Garro, Laney Beausoleil, Mathew Dunne, Charlotte
Salisbury, Matthew Veselinovic, Megan Jorritsma and Dario Morle.
The math department thanks all of our math contest writers for
participating and we congratulate all of you.

- Attention Grade 12 Students: Starting on Thursday, June 22nd you
have the opportunity to help the Life Skills Department by donating
your used uniforms to us. If you bring in a minimum of 2 pieces that
are washed and on hangers you will receive a Casual Dress Pass for
the Exam Period. We have an urgent need for skorts, sweaters and
shorts. All proceeds from the Used Uniform Sales go directly into the
Life Skills program helping to provide special trips for our students.
Thanks in advance for your support. All uniforms can be brought to
the Life Skills hallway on the mornings of Exam Days.

Altered Schedule for next week is below:
Wednesday, June 21 - Period 4 is CANCELLED for the day.  Students will have a double period 3.
Period 1 (8:15 to 9:35)
Period 2 ( 9:40 to 10:55)
Period 3 (11:00 to 2:15)

Students will take their regular lunch during Period 3.
Lunch 1 (10:55 to 11:35)
Lunch 2 (12:16 to 12:56)

Thursday, June 22 - Period 3 is CANCELLED for the day.  Students will have a double period 4.
Period 4 (8:15 to 10:55) Grade 12 students only will write their Period 4 exam on this day.
Period 1 (11:00 to 12:55)

Students will not take their regular lunch during Period 1.
Grade 9 & 11 Classes will take Lunch 1 (10:55 to 11:35)
Grade 10 & 12 Classes will take Lunch 2 (12:16 to 12:56)
Period 2 (1:00 to 2:15)

Announcements June 14, 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS June 14, 2017

·         ATTENTION GRADUATES: Is the death of one or both of your parents the reason you cannot afford to attend College or University next year? If you have serious intentions to attend College or University next year but due to financial problems may not be able to, then be sure to stop by the guidance office and pick up an application for the BBF Bursary.  Up to $4000 will be awarded to a student in need.  Once again, applications for the $4000 BBF Bursary are available at guidance to a deserving student who has suffered the loss of one or both parents. Come to guidance for more details.


·         If anyone has ever thought a snake, lizard or turtle could be a cool pet, here is your chance!  Over the summer, the living lab animals are looking for a change of scenery. If you are interested in caring for an animal over the summer, come in , grab a permission form, get a bit of training from the living lab and enjoy, for the summer!!!!!


Friday, 26 May 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS May 26, 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS May 26, 2017

·      Potential Graduates, the graduation composites have arrived and are ready for pick up.  If you have ordered and paid for a composite, you may pick it up from the main office until the end of day today.   We ask that students do this before or after school or during their lunch.

·      Attention all Grade 12 Students:
Valedictorian Nomination forms are now available at the Main Office. Please feel free to get one on your free time to nominate a peer, for the privilege of acting as Valedictorian for this year’s graduating class.  The nomination forms are due May 29th by the end of the day.

·      Congratulations to all who participated in the talent show last night.  The show was amazing and all of your gifts were extraordinary. It was a hard choice for all of the judges last night.  The teachers who have seats in today's day show are to report to the auditorium after taking attendance. Please sit in your assigned seats with your class.

·      Attention! All students who signed up to run in next week’s Student Council Elections please meet in the atrium directly following this announcement.

·      And the moment you have all been waiting for...next Friday’s spirit week theme is CANADA DAY BBQ! Wear red and white beach clothes to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday!!! Don't forget to bring in you $5 for full dress downs from Monday May 29th - Thursday June 1st! Just a reminder, Monday is Salad dressing, Grade 9’s are house dressing, Grade 10’s are ranch dressing, Grade 11’s are 1000 Islands, and Grade 12’s are Caesar. Tuesday is our Frat theme, Wednesday is Music Fest, and Thursday is our Canadian BBQ. Friday is relay for life so if you are participating in this you may dress down as well!! WILDCATS GET YOUR VILLY SPIRIT READY BECAUSE NEXT MONDAY MAY 29th will be our last pep rally for 2016-2017 school year!! Can't wait to see all our school spirit next week!

·      Things are getting a little slimy at our next pep rally. Have u ever wanted to just dump a bucket of slime on one of your teachers...what about a classmate? Well now is your chance! On Friday and Monday at lunch we will be selling tickets for $1 for a chance to slime either a teacher or grade 12 student at the pep rally next week!



·      Yesterday, the junior girls soccer team played St Anne's in the semifinal game. Despite controlling the 2nd half and having chances including posts and a crossbar, our girls simply couldn't find the back of the net.  The girls played tough to the very end and represented Villanova with class and determination. Great season girls, we look forward to the years to come!

·      The junior boys soccer league started with 16 teams and is now down to two.  Yesterday Villanova Junior Boys advanced to the wecssaa final with a 1-0 win over Holy Names.  The finals will take place on Monday May 29th at 4pm at St. Annes.  Could all players please report to the phys.ed hallway immediately following this announcement for a brief but very important team meeting. 

·      Good luck to Natalia Glaz next week as she represents Villanova at the OFSAA tennis tournament in Toronto.

·      Hey Wildcats, today is the last day to register for our Relay For Life Event which is being held next Friday. If you have not already registered, be sure to see one of our Relay committee members in the atrium during your lunch today. Join us next Friday as we gather on the field to share in the "fun with a purpose"!

·      Attention student athletes save the date the athletic banquet is on Tuesday June 13.  Those athletes who have not yet paid there athletic fee are asked to do so ASAP and before Friday of this week.  If you do not pay your athletic fee your ticket price for the banquet will be 20$.  Tickets can be picked up and/or purchased for family and friends at a cost of 20$  starting June 1-June 8th.  No exceptions!  Looking forward to celebrating the many wildcat athletic successes of 2016/2017.

·      There is still room on the bus for students to travel to Stratford this Wednesday, May 31st to see Romeo and Juliet. Please see Mrs. Bondy in Room 217 if you would like to go and have not yet handed in your permission form.


·      Attention all Grade 12 students - Prom Tickets are on sale today and tomorrow on both lunches.To purchase a prom ticket, you must have a signed prom contract.  If you are bringing a guest from outside of Villanova, your guest will need a guest pass.  These forms are now available in the main office. Tickets are $70.00.

Wednesday, 17 May 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS May 17, 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS May 17, 2017

·       Yesterday, the junior girl’s soccer team competed in 3 games of tournament play. They won 2 of the 3 games. The team was lead by Ashley Rogers in net and received goals from many different players. Scoring for Villanova were were Brooke Gibson, Bella Siljanovski, Renee Neuts, Annalise Gignac, Kayla Macera and Jordan Mizon.  The girls will continue on to the quarterfinals next Tuesday.  Way to go girls!

·       Congratulations go out to the Sr. Girls soccer team for winning their semi-final match against Belle River yesterday by a score of 5-0. Goals were supplied by Mikayla Paesano, Isabella Kaschalk, Kristen Swiatoschik, and Sofia Bellaire with two. Alessandra Schembri posted the shutout. Please wish the girls luck as they take on St. Anne's for the WECSSAA championship tomorrow afternoon at McHugh Park.

·       Yesterday the girl’s softball team improved their record to 7 and 1 with a 7-1 victory over Cardinal Carter. Strong defense by Alyssa Matton and clutch hitting by Kim Primeval and a three run home run by Avery Mertz sealed the victory. Our next game is Thursday against Kingsville

·       Attention Grade 12 students! Senior shirts will be on SALE this Thursday, Friday and last day to order will be Tuesday the 23rd. The shirts are $20 dollars, and will be on display in the atrium on both lunches! Check out the design on twitter!

·       junior boys soccer practice is tonight at 4pm - any player unable to attend must see Mr. Crep before the end of the day.

·       Those students writing the Avogadro Chemistry Exam tomorrow are reminded to report to room 204 immediately after first lunch.

·       Attention students travelling to Stratford to see Romeo and Juliet: Tomorrow is the last day to hand in money and permission forms to Mrs.Bondy in Room 217.

·       This Friday in the LCC during both lunches, students are invited to be part of our CANADA 150 video.  Tell us why you are proud to be a Canadian and stay tuned for our video to be shown on June first.

·       Attention all Grade 12 students - Prom Tickets will go on sale May 24th, 25th and 26th.Costa Rica travellers can purchase their tickets when they get back from their trip.  To purchase a prom ticket, you must have a signed prom contract.  If you are bringing a guest from outside of Villanova, your guest will need a guest pass.  These forms are now available in the main office. Tickets are $70.00.

·       Any grade 11 physics students wishing to write the OAPT physics contest next week, please see Mrs. Frias in room 226 sometime today.

·       Attention students from Mr. O'Keefe's Civics classes:  The YPI finals are back on again in a modified format.  Please see Mr. O'Keefe for details.

  • Hey hey what can we say the La Nova Villa Cafe is open today. Jusa reminder that the cafe is only open Wednesday and Thursday of every week, not Monday, Tuesday or Friday's. Today we are offering our Homemade Pizza, Quesadillas, and Penne Al Forno with Meat Sauce.
Hope to see you there!





Tuesday, 9 May 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS May 9, 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS May 9, 2017

·      Just a reminder to those who signed up for the Chem news competition this year. The exam will be written on May 11, during period three. Please see Mr. Cuckovic to confirm.

·      The boys baseball team improved their record to 5 - 1 on the season as they defeated Essex 3 - 0.  Jordan Gaudette, Curtis Cunningham and Cole Lepine combined to throw a one hitter.  The boys play again today against Massey at 3pm here at Villanova.  Come on out to support the team.

·      Junior boys Soccer practice is tonight Tuesday May 9th at 4pm - be changed and ready to go early.  Anyone participating in today’s WECSSAA track meet or who can not attend must see Mr Crep in the phys.ed office prior to the end of the day.

·      This is the last week to audition for the talent show. If you would like to participate see Mrs. Brunet in the music room on your lunch to book an appointment to audition.

·      Would the following students please see Mr. Carosella sometime today for information about the upcoming Avogadro chemistry exam: Nick Bedard, Thalia Pandolfi, Jon Graniero, Conor Jacobs, Angelo Tortorici, Mercedes Tyliszczak, and Natalie Pallisco.


Monday, 8 May 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS May 8, 2017


ANNOUNCEMENTS May 8, 2017

 

 

·     Junior boys soccer practice will be tomorrow Tues May 9th after school. 

 

·     Anyone wishing to travel to Stratford on May 31 to see Romeo and Juliet, please see Mrs. Bondy in Room 217.

Thursday, 4 May 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS May 4, 2017


ANNOUNCEMENTS May 4, 2017

 

·       All students are invited to take part in a field trip to Stratford to see Romeo and Juliet. The cost is $57. Please see Mrs. Bondy in Room 217 for a permission form or to return completed permission forms and money.

 

·       This is a reminder that the Social Justice Club will be meeting in Room 208 after school today.

 

·       The LCC will be closed today from noon until the end of the day as students will be using it to write the Sir Isaac Newton exam.  Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

 

·       The junior boys soccer team beat Cardinal Cardinal, Holy Names and Assumption yesterday in the league tournament.  Boys are reminded of practice on friday at 4pm -  if you cannot attend you must see Mr. Crep.

 

·       The La Nova Villa Cafe will be closed for today. Sorry for any inconvenience.

 

·       The boys baseball team improved their record to 4 - 1 on the season.  The team defeated Holy Name by a score of 10 -4 behind solid pitching by Matt Lepine, Alec Boucher and Josh Evans.  Curtis Cunningham and Hunter Dent provided two hits each to power the offence. 

 

Monday, 1 May 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS May 1, 2017


ANNOUNCEMENTS May 1, 2017

 

·       This is a reminder that the Social Justice Club will be meeting in Room 208 after school today.

 

·       Congratulations to those Villanova Track and Field athletes who participated in the University of Windsor Lancer meet this past Saturday. Allyson Thomas came away with 2 top 5 finishes, 5th in the 100m and 3rd in the long jump. Katarina Pawley Mason had a busy day running the 400, 800, and 1500 meter races ,finishing 5th in the 1500m and 3rd in th 800m.  Mattia Tortorici ran a very strong 100m, winning her heat and finishing 5th overall. Seniors Mandy Brunet and Connor Sloan put in very good performances in their races with Connor finishing 5th in the 800m and Mandy placing 3rd in the 100m hurdles. Congratulations everyone

 

·       The WiredCats Robotics team represented Villanova and WECDSB with pride this weekend at the World Championships in St. Louis,  Missouri.  Although the WiredCats did not make it into the final alliances, they finished in 10th place on the Curie field of 68 robots. The WiredCats also received the Judges Award in the Curie / Darwin division for the design of our copper robot. Congratulations to the entire team on an incredible season and a very special thank you to our graduating WiredCats for their commitment and dedication to the team.

·       We can't wait to see how far we go next year!

 

·       Congratulations to the Sr. Boys soccer team on their 3-1 win over Catholic Central. Joe Lappalainen, Chris Spadafora and Avery Grondin scored for the Wildcats. Dylan Langlois and Frank Tomasovics anchored the defence. Well done boys! Practice tonight at 4pm.

 

·       Congratulations to Santee Fallea, Jennifer Hawkins and Megan Trotter who participated in SWOSSAA junior badminton Thursday in Sarnia.  All showed excellent skill and team work throughout the day.  Congratulation to Megan Trotter who ended her day by placing 4th.  Team would like to extend a special thank you to Mrs.  Baltrusiunas who drove the team to Sarnia and spent the day cheering and supporting our athletes.....Thank you Mrs!

 

·       Junior boys soccer practice is tonight at 4 pm.  First league tournament is this Wednesday May 3rd in Tecumseh. 

 

·       Hey Wildcats, watch out for student council members giving away registration forms on both lunches for our very own dodgeball tournament! Forms will be handed out today only, while tuesday-friday will be registration & sign ups. Money must be paid in full at the time of registration. It is $10 per person and there is a maximum number of 10 people per team (including team manager + coaches). The tournament will be held on May 9th. Grade 9 & 10's will be playing in the morning and grade 11 & 12's will be playing in the afternoon. If you have any questions concerning the tournament, feel free to dm the Student council twitter page. Have a great day!

 

·       Congratulations to the Villanova Model UN team for their excellent representation as delegates in the 2017 University of Windsor Model UN Conference this weekend!  Our six delegates did an excellent job and recieved awards; Brandon Meloche; Best position paper in the Security Council, Cordelia Beluli Honourable mention on her position paper, Matteo Desando Honourable mention for CBC International Press Committee, and Billy Bunegra's Joint Crisis participation, Jake Racicot in Central American Migration Crisis and Zoe Gignac as page and junior news reporter. Congratulations for your dedication and participation!! You made us proud!

 

·       On Tuesday, May 2 from 10 AM to 1:30 PM, those students who are the age of 17, or older, will have an opportunity to “Get Swabbed”.  Volunteers from the Katelyn Bedard Bone Marrow Association will be in the Learning Commons Area to assist you in completing a Health & Consent form and will direct you how to swab the inside of your cheeks.  The entire process takes about 10 – 15 minutes, but you never know – you could be a match for someone in desperate need of a bone marrow or stem cell transplant.
Our event is in honour of Madalayna Ducharme, an 8-month old child in our community who recently found a match. Please help the over 800 other Canadians who are also looking for a match.  So if you are between 17 or older bring your ID on Tuesday and listen for the announcements calling your first intial of your last name. You will then have an opportunity to be on the registry to possibly save a life.

 

·       Students are invited to go to Stratford on Wednesday May 31st to see Romeo and Juliet. Tickets are $57 which includes the bus and the show. Permission forms will be available through Mrs. Bondy in Room 217 in the morning and outside the cafeteria at the beginning of lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday. Seats on the bus will be reserved only when money and permission form are submitted, so please get them in. See Mrs. Bondy in Room 217 with any questions.

·       Potential Graduates.  Thursday, April 27th was the last day for you to submit your 100 or more community service hours to student services to be recognized at graduation with a silver cord.  The list of recipients has been posted on the glass outside of the Learning Commons Centre.

 

·       Students, today will be the last day to hand in your midterm report card response form with parental signature to the main office.  If you have it in your locker, please be sure to hand it in to the office today as they will not be accepted after today.

 

·       Teachers - If you have any in your pocession, please be sure to hand these in to the main office today.

 

Monday, 24 April 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS April 24, 2017


ANNOUNCEMENTS April 24, 2017

 

·      All Sr, and Jr Football players must meet in the atrium ASAP for a very important mtg

 

·      The weight room will be closed tonight due to the staff meeting.  See you Wednesday.

 

·      Attention all badminton player practice tonight at 2:30.....if you cannot attend you need to see Mrs. LaPorta sometime today!

 

·      The following students are to come down and see Mr Crep immediately in the Phys.Ed office to pick up their package of forms :

Jacob Cruickshank

Ayden Drago

Jack Amyot

Christian Piazza

Andrew Chisesi

 

·      Junior Boys Soccer players are reminded all forms and payments are due back to Mr. Crep no later than Wednesday April 26th.  Practice continues tonight at 4pm

 

·      Good morning! We are having a zinc initiative this week to collect used up AA batteries to help kids with zinc deficiency! Each homeroom teacher is asked to put a bin out and collect the batteries! The class with the most batteries by this Thursday will win a food prize.

 

·      Get your teams ready Wildcats because dodge ball is coming your way. Forms will be handed out during both lunches all week. Money and forms are due prior to MAY 3RD and the tournament will be held on May 10th.

 

·      Would all athletes planning to participate in WECSSAA Track and Field this year please go to room 111 for an important meeting at 12:00 today.

 

·      Attention Period 4 teachers: please dismiss the members of the Sr. Girls Soccer team at 3:00 today. Thank you.

 

Monday, 10 April 2017

ANNOUNCEMENTS April 10, 2017


ANNOUNCEMENTS April 10, 2017

 

·       Junior boys soccer tryouts go outside tonight and Wednesday at 4pm.  Be sure to be changed and ready to go for 4pm sharp on the side practice field. 

Mr. Crep

 

·       Tryouts for the girls softball team will continue after school today, Tuesday and Thursday.

 

·       Calling all singers, dancers, musicians, actors, comedians and students with interesting talents. This years talent show will be at the end of May. Auditions will start after Easter. Start preparing your acts now. See Mrs. Brunet in the music room to schedule an audition to be apart of this great event.

 

·       All badminton players are reminded about the mandatory practice tonight at 2:30.  Practice will continue tonight and Wednesday at 2:30 for both junior and senior team members.  Good luck to the team who will be competing in regional`s this week on Tuesday and Thursday.  Members who have not paid for their uniform shirt are reminded to bring there money, and all badminton forms should be in to Mrs. La Porta before practice today.

 

·       Attention staff and students. April is Daffodil Month which is a fundraising initiative for the Canadian Cancer Society. To help support this very worthy cause, Villanova Youth Troop will be selling daffodil pins in the atrium this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday on both lunches. Please make a donation and wear your pin to show your support. To further support this cause, this Wednesday is "Light It Up Yellow Day" and all students are encouraged to wear yellow accesories with their regular school uniform.

 

 

·       Attention All Students Interested in the Armed Forces Co-op Next Year:

 

You must attend an important meeting with your parents tonight at the Armouries at 7:00.  Even if you have not yet registered on Forces.ca, you must attend tonight's meeting with your parents if you intend on doing the army co-op next year.

 

Please stop by the Co-op Office if you have any questions.