Thursday, November 21, 2019
This announcement is for high school students, if you would like to provide feedback with regards to our dress code and other high schools around the province, please go to our website and click on the link in the News section. This is your chance to have your voice heard.
For anyone interested in singing in the Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 28, there will be a Christmas caroling practice after school on Tuesday, Nov. 26 from 3-4:30 to prepare.
The HCS Christmas concert is coming up on Dec. 12 at 7pm. This year will be a special event because HCS has partnered with the community of Hartland. Performers are coming from across the county, and we still have space for you! If you are interested in performing in the Christmas concert, auditions will be next week. Students from grade 9 will be visiting gr. 3-12 classrooms at the end of the day today to give you more details!
The Huskies High School Hockey team will be in action all weekend at the Hartland Arena for their annual Covered Bridge Classic Tournament. The Tournament starts at 4 on Friday and our team plays at 7 against St. Quentin that evening.
They will also be playing on Saturday at noon in a matchup with Blackville and then again at 3 against St. Andrews. Come on out and watch some great hockey action and cheer on your Hartland Huskies Hockey team. Be loud and proud Huskies!
Staff Spotlight – Nov. 21- Today, we would like to shine our staff spotlight on Mrs. Amanda Carr. Mrs. Carr attended UNB, Renaissance College, and she studied at Harvest College in Glasgow, Scotland. This is Mrs. Carr’s 5th year teaching at HCS. She loves Indian food, her favorite store is Cultures, and she enjoys milkshakes. Mrs. Carr’s favorite quote is, “Begin each day as if it were on purpose.”
We would like to encourage all our students and staff to support our campaign to support the River Valley Cancer Support Group by raising funds here at HCS. We want to get to our goal of $3000 and only have the next two weeks to get it done!
The challenge is still out there for all sports teams to match or exceed the $100 donation made by the Senior Boys Basketball team. I hear that the hockey team are looking to at least match this at their tournament this weekend. Drama? Choir? Mr. Everett’s Essential Skills has raised a substantial amount as well. Who else can bring in the money? Who are we kidding we all REALLY want to see Mr. Clark shave that old moustache. Today, there will be candy canes on sale at lunch time. Bring your dollar as there are some amazing flavors to choose from - Jolly Rancher, Life Saver, War Heads, Sour Patch! Let’s do this Huskies!
As we finish our week focusing on kindness, remember that you can never truly know the ripple effect you create with on tiny gesture of kindness! Let’s create a ripple of kindness at HCS today!