The third annual District 16 Creative Use of Technology in Education (CUTE) Awards are quickly approaching. The event is scheduled for February 17th at the James M. Hill High School Auditorium Awards are presented for digital videos, stop motion animations, audio recordings, photography and other creative and innovative things that happen in our schools.
Dalhousie University is coming to you on Tuesday, February 9th at the Atlantic Host in Bathurst! If you are considering study at Dalhousie or have already been accepted, bring along your family and friends, and learn about admissions, residence, campus life and scholarships at Dalhousie. You will also have the chance to meet alumni, win great Dal prizes.
Sign up online in the Events section of Discover.Dal.ca. See you there!
The Bruce Pettipas Agricultural Scholarship is offering an award of $500 to a Maritime provinces student who is entering the first year of a recognized Maritime university, college or agricultural institution, with preference given to those entering an agricultural or animal science degree program.
The deadline to apply is May 1st, 2010. Applications are available in the Guidance Centre.
The JMH boys hockey team defeated the Blackville Golden Eagles 6-2 on Thursday evening at the LBA. Once again Dylan O'Reilly paced the Tommie attack with two goals, while Devon McKenzie, Jesse Sippley, Colin English, and Jordan Lloyd chipped in with singles. Alex Colford netted a pair for the Golden Eagles. Tyler McKay picked up the win in goal for JMH and played another strong game. The win improved the Tommies season record to 7-8-1. The boys will next see action Saturday evening Jan 30th when they travel to Dalhousie for a game against DRHS at 8:00pm.
The JMH boys hockey team defeated the DRHS Condors 9-5 on Friday evening at the LBA.
Dylan O'Reilly and Mason Gammon paced the Tommies with two goals each while singles came from Devon McKenzie, Jared Shannahan, Shane Dinan, Alex Robichaud, and Colin English. Troy Narvie sniped a hat trick and Tyler LaBillois added a pair for the Condors.
A huge thanks to all those who donated medical supplies and money for our JMH Helps Haiti fundraiser. Last week, students, parents and staff raised over $900 (which will be matched by the federal government) and collected more than 350 first aid items to help Haitian earthquake survivors. All items and money will be donated to ORA International (Orphans and Refugee Aid).
Please See The Following Guidelines for Exam Week
Lunch will be from 11:00 – 12:00 Exam Week and a barbeque lunch sponsored by our Home and School will be available in the Student Lounge from 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon each day. The Cafeteria is not open for lunch but will have Breakfast each day.
Would you like to spend 2 weeks from February 21 to March 6 in Southern Mexico where the average temperature at that time of year is about 28 degrees Celsius? This can happen for you by taking part in the Student Exchange program taking place between JMH and Coatzacoalcos. The cost of the trip, per student, will be approximately $1600.00
Your teachers have created Avoiding Plagarism The Tommie Way , along with a sample Works Cited Document and attached them to our JMH home page for your convenience. Look to the left of this screen and you'll see them or click on the links provided. These documents are for your use, and should help to answer any questions you may have about plagiarism and properly citing any sources you use in your papers.