A new grad list is posted in the main office, please check the list and make sure your name is on it and that it is spelled correctly.
Any grade twelve student who is interested in the prom dresses or suits, please make an appointment at Guidance for a viewing.
Mary Poppins tickets are now available in the office, $12 for students. You don't want to miss this amazing show!
Students attending Dramafest are asked to check in with Ms. Cross before Wednesday after school for important information.
N.S.C.A.D. U’s Port Campus is hosting ARTIST FOR A DAY this Saturday, May 7th, from 10am-4pm. This takes place at 1107 Marginal Road, Halifax (beside Seaport market) and is open to all ages and abilities. This is your invitation to draw, design and dye, to print, press and paint, and to let your imagination be your guide in a day-long celebration of creativity!!!
Prom tickets are on sale in room C247 at lunch and afterschool. They will be sold until Thursday, May 12th.
There will be DELF practice sessions every day this week at lunch in Mme Hayward's room C145.
All Track Athletes are reminded to check the schedule for practices. You must sign up for CGC. All forms and money are due on Thursday. All athletes please see Ms. Duggan before Friday to check your signed up events.
Congratulations to the girl’s rugby team on their SIXTH consecutive win. The girls defeated citadel yesterday with a score of 46-15. Lauren Melanson, Quinn Foulkes and Kelsey Francis all scored one try. Pauline Crosson scored 2 tries and Morghan Manuel lead the Warriors with 3 tries. Kiley Chapman kicked 3 converts. Come out and watch the girls on Thursday at 3:30 at SNS as they take on Lockview!
Tryouts for the boy’s softball team will be held this Wednesday, at 3:30 @ Westridge Field.
We all have mental health and it is important we take good care of ourselves. Join Halifax West's Mental Health and Wellness Committee on Wed. and Friday at lunch hour in the cafeteria to help celebrate National Mental health week. Together, let's end the stigma and discrimination that often goes hand in hand with mental illness.
Walk for Haiti was a success! The Interact Club has raised $918 to send to a school and orphanage in Haiti where Ms. Symonds-White is volunteering. We are just $82 short of our goal! Please help us reach it! You can still drop donations in Ms. Herbeson's room, C329, any time this week. Any amount helps, and there may be a little chocolate in it for you if you donate your spare change! Thank you!