May 17th, 2023
May 17th is the day against homophobia, transphobia, and biphobia. Biphobia is discriminatory behaviour towards bisexual individuals. It is usually mixed up with homophobia but there are differences. Examples of biphobia include sayings such as, “You’re just confused” “pick a side” and “stop being desperate”. Bisexuals can experience biphobia from straight and gay individuals.
Girls’ softball had a great day yesterday. We want to recognize Shaye McGrath and Piper Herrington on their pitching. Big hitters yesterday were Maddie Rogers and Eliza Hopper. Good luck tomorrow ladies.
Attention all grade 9 Kingfishers, the Skilled Trades program for next year has finalized its list of successful applicants. To check the list, please look outside Room 122. If you have any questions, please see our Skilled Trades teacher, Mr. Carter.
There will be choir at lunch on Wednesday. There will be concert band after school on Thursday. Fridays after school rehearsal is cancelled and will be rescheduled.
The Sackville High Community prom will be selling tickets on Friday May 19 and Tuesday May 23rd. Tickets are $50 each and your name must be on the eligibility list (have your completed contracts returned) to purchase. We will be able to accept cash and etransfer for payments. These are the very last ticket sales in person if you miss these sales please contact the committee at email@example.com. No tickets will be sold after June 1st.
The Sackville High Community Prom will be selling freezies at lunch in the main lobby on Wednesday, May 17th. Freezies will be $2 each. Cash and e-transfer will be accepted. Come out and support the Community prom!
Health & Human Services class will be having a bake sale in the lobby, at lunchtime, May 18th. This is to support the Grad Breakfast project.
You could also win prizes! For more info or if you want to volunteer, please see Ms Tasco. And make sure you come prepared with a resume - you never know what opportunities you might find!