Today, December 21st at lunch from 11:35-12:30 Mr. Morrison’s Entrepreneurship class will have 3 businesses set up in the lounge. The class of 9 has some delicious food they will be selling for a good price. There is poutine, pizza, pop, 50/50 tickets, deserts and more going to be sold. Make sure to come to the lounge and grab a bite to eat.
Yesterday, December 20th, Ms. McDonnell’s, period 4 Culinary 120 class, along with some students from her period 3 Culinary 110 class, took Christmas dinner over to Ian Baillie to give the kids and teachers a Christmas dinner. It turned out very well due to the kids, the teachers, and the culinary students, having a great time. The food turned out amazing and the kids loved it. Many of them asked for seconds! Ian Baillie then got a surprise visit from Santa Claus! He gave all the kids a Candy Cane and took a picture with them.
Last Thursday your girls varsity basketball team headed down to Rexton to take on the Bonar Law Bangles, the girls yet again came out victorious! There will be no league games this week, but next week the girls will be traveling to Woodstock Nb to take part in the Thunder Valley Classic! Good luck girls!
Reminder today December 21st the interact club will be having a potluck for all members! Also all members were asked to get a gift card to help support a Christmas Family here in Miramichi! The interact club has been doing great things so far this year and I cannot wait to see what the new year brings!
Last night, December 19th 2016 James M. Hill had their christmas formal. It went extremely well, staff is very happy with us Tommies! thank you to everyone who came out! Make sure you check the table in the loundge to see if your take home gift is there if you did not take it with you last night. Have a great day!
The boys varsity basketball team will be back in action this Thursday as they take on JMA at 6:00 PM in Salisbury. They will be looking to keep up their strong play this week after winning three straight games. First a total beat down against Sugarloaf, then beating ESN and then last week coming up victorious against division rivals Tantramar. The Tommies seem to have now grown into an explosive offence that can go off at any time.
The JV boys basketball season is in full swing as they played 2 games over the week. They first beat Bathurst High, 64-51. The high flying Tommies offence was led by Zach Robichaud, putting up 32 points. Unfortunately, they also lost to Woodstock. This year, the Tommies are coached by former Tommies basketball, Soccer and Rugby player, Josh Mullen. It seems the young coach is putting an offence that's pedal to the metal which this young Tommies squad is enjoying very much.