Due to the weather in the Rexton area the CUTE Awards which were scheduled for tonight at JMH will be held on Thursday night with the lobby showcase beginning at 6:30 PM and the official ceremony starting at 7:00PM.
James M. Hill have been nominated for 6 Cute Awards in the following categories
Drawing Daddy – Alanna MacDonald & Samuel Crowell
Felt Black Cat – Nadine Pesch
Music-o-Rama – Jordon Wright, JP Mclean & David Hawkyard
Car Audio Project – Colton Curtis, Michael Tucker, Sam Mason& Bronwyn Skidd
The Voice of Youth - SOPAR Project – Tyson Theriault
Past Grad Patrick Losier - Miramichi Tourism Project
The CUTE awards will take place on Wednesday night at 7:00. in the JMH theatre and are open to the public. The admission is free.
The JMH boys hockey team lost 7-1 to BHS at the LBA last evening.Alex Robichaud provided the offense for the Tommies. Trevor Scott and Jamie Sherrard lead the way for the Phantoms netting two goals each, while singles came from Kurt Sherrard, Leif Cronk, and Chad Lavigne. Troy Robichaud picked up the win in goal, while Ransen Harris took the loss.Period scores were 1-1 after the first, 4-1 after two, and 7-1 final.With the loss the Tommies season record fell to 7-11-1.The boys will begin their playoffs next week against either Bathurst or Caraquet.
The Countries for homeroom classes are assigned as follows:
Ms. Anderson – Canada Miss Underhill – Brazil
Mr. Bowes – United States Ms. Wheaton - France
Mrs. Corlett – China Mrs. Young - Germany
Mrs. Cormier – Mexico
Mr. Foster – Italy
Mr. Gionet – Spain
Mrs. Godfrey – Greece
Mr. Gopee – Russia
The JMH boys hockey team lost 6-4 to first place ESN in a hard fought hockey game at the LBA last evening.Dylan O'Reilly, Shane Dinan, Jesse Sippley, and Devon McKenzie provided the offense for the Tommies. Tyler McKay suffered the loss in goal.With the loss the Tommies season record fell to 7-10-1.The boys will next see action Thursday evening Feb. 11 when they host BHS in their final regular season game. Game time is at 7:15pm and we encourage all students and staff to come out to WARTCH!
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.