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Any grade 9 and 10 boys who want to try out for the junior boys basketball team must be at a brief meeting in room 119 on Tuesday November 7th at the start of lunch. (11:37am) There will be a try-out this Thursday after school in the large gym from 3:10 to 4:50pm but you must attend the meeting Tuesday at lunch before you can go to the try-out. Grade 9 boys are encouraged to try out.
These are the 3 try-out dates for the Junior Boys Basketball Team:
Thursday November 9th 3:10pm to 4:50pm
Monday November 13th 3:10pm to 4:50pm
Thursday November 16th 3:10pm to 4:50pm
The team list will be posted on room 119 on Friday November 17th. Thanks to all those who tried out.
If you have any questions please ask Mr. Taylor.
University Information Program Night is being held at CHSS on
Tuesday, September 26th from 6:00-8:30pm
with all 21 Ontario Universities attending. Those who attend can go to three University sessions and pick up materials from all Universities.
Commencement is being held at CHSS on
Friday, October 6th at 7:00pm.
All graduates and presenters are asked to be here at 6:30pm.
The staff at CHSS wish everyone in our school community a happy and exciting summer break. We hope the weather will be perfect and that everyone enjoys their activities safely and memorably. New Student Orientation will take place on August 30 starting at 10:00 am. Our new grade 9 students, and new students in all grades, will be able to tour the school, meet some staff members, find their lockers, and see their new timetables. All new students and their parents are welcome. We hope everyone will be able to attend.
The 2017-18 school year will begin on Tuesday, September 5 and their will be a couple of new faces in the main office. Mr. Chris Smith is the new principal of CHSS and Ms. Eveline Wright is the new VP. We wish them, as well as the rest of our staff and students, a very successful start to the new school year.
To celebrate Canada’s 150th and the 2017 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo, Central Huron Secondary School Staff and Students created a barn quilt and mounted it above the South East Entrance of the school on the 1026 wing, where it can be seen form Princess St.
The quilt was designed by staff member Tenille Doucet, and features a traditional school house. A red maple leaf in the top left corner symbolizes Canada’s 150th and the lamp of learning in the top right corner comes from the school’s crest. Students in the construction class sanded and primed the quilt board and the painting was completed by Doucet and Lynne Godkin, along with students in the art program and Principal George McEwan. Construction students built a wooden frame to mount the quilt and custodial staff along with Smith Construction mounted the Quilt on the school building. During the creating of the quilt, it moved around the building. The painting was completed in the art room, it was sealed in the auto shop and framed in the construction shop. Many thanks to all staff and students who helped and who gathered outside the school for a photo on the final day of exams.
Thanks to Ryan Edwards-Kiss for piloting the drone to take the photo and footage.
The Avon Maitland DSB has decided to call in all board-issued devices . . . iPads and Chromebooks . . . for maintenance and repair. Every student must return her/his board-issued device by Tuesday morning, June 27. If the device can be returned sooner, then we encourage students to turn them in on Monday, June 26.