Attention all grades 9-12 students of James M Hill, report cards are coming soon, and your teachers need to get their marks in! So that being said if you have anything that you want to be marked pass it in today (November 8th) by the end of the day. The report cards will be given out on November 17th and there will be no school the next day (November 18th) because there will be parent teacher in case your parents would like to come meet your teacher or ask why your grade is what it is! This is just like a mid-term report and is not your final final mark for the semester so don't stress!
If you like writing, then the Writing Club is for you! Whether you write short stories or poems, fiction or essays, you’ll fit right in! We meet every Monday in Mrs. MacDonald’s room at 12 o’clock and new members are always welcome. We’re just a bunch of writer talking about what we do best, write! We hope to see you there!
Are you a strong English student in grade 10? Then English 111 is a good choice for you for your grade 11 year. Taught by Mrs. MacDonald, you get to learn about any topics you want, the course is made by you! You get the freedom to learn the way you want! We hope to see you next year!
HO-HO-HO! Christmas is coming soon JMH, not only to us but to kids everywhere now with the help of our Interact groups project, operation Christmas Shoe Box! Here’s how it works; each shoebox is filled with hygiene items, school supplies, and toys and is given to children regardless of gender, race, or religion who may be in need. Every item added to a Christmas Shoebox has the potential to impact a child.
Saturday Nov 5th-The JMH Alumni association held their first gala dinner to raise money for the James M Hill theatre capital project. The gala recognized past teachers who had a major impact on James M Hill. The first 4 people inducted into the wall of fame were John Hawkes, Greg Morris, Lloyd Cameron and Robert Corlett. Mr. Gopee’s drama camp was on hand to present a sneak peek performance from The Lion King which is being put on at the James M. Hill theatre on November 18th -21st .
Girls Tommie soccer team played a hard fought game this weekend in provincials against Southern Victoria High school. They played at 10am with frost covering the field and temperature below 0. They started off the game slow and were down 1-0 at half, but stepped up their game and with just minutes left in the game Abby Desveaux scored!
The Remembrance Day Ceremony is always a few hours of remembering the soldiers who fought and are fighting to keep Canada free and help keep many other countries free as well. We have this Ceremony every year so that we remember the soldiers who helped shape our world into the way it is. This years’ Remembrance Day Ceremony will be held on November 10th 2016, and is being planned by Mrs. MacDonald’s English 11-1 class.