Daily Announcements - Thursday May 11, 2023


Pie a Teacher Fundraiser

The Pie a Teacher Fundraiser will be postponed to next Friday, May 19th, 2023.

Tickets will be on sale during all lunch periods! 

Grappling Club 

Practice today at lunch in the co-op room.

Track and Field

Last practice before BAA’s. All long/triple jumpers and runners are to head to Notre Dame for practice after school. Come see Mr. Lahn in the PE office after announcements if you need a permission form for BAA’s or to purchase your track uniform. Remember to add your date of birth to the online event sign up sheet.

3rd Visual, Media and Photography Arts field trip Reminder

All students supporting the 3rd Visual, Media and Photography Arts field trip to the Museum of Illusions and Power Plant Gallery tomorrow - Friday May 12th are reminded to meet at the front of the school - attendance will be taken on bus at 9:00AM. All students should bring food/funds as we will not return to the school until after 7:00pm. (no late taxis on Fridays) Thank you!




There is a BIPOC meeting happening in Room 209 today at lunch and after school. Please sign up for late taxi if needed. Meetings this week are mandatory. Please see Ms. Glasier if you cannot attend. 

Track and Field 

This is a reminder that there will be a high jump practice for all jumpers in the gym during lunch. 

Thank you. 

Miss Mullen and Mr. Lahn

Girls’ Varsity Soccer

The Girls’ Varsity Soccer Team played their final two matches yesterday in the BAA regular season, walking away with another two wins.

SMHS kicked off their first match against GHSS. Despite a physically rough game, the Mustangs stomped the Lions 4-1. Scorers include veterans Tiegen Berne with a pair of beauties, Maggie Boyes & Elise Nair. Props go out to keeper Svea Peterrson who made some incredible saves.

SMHS played BPDS beating them 5-1 in their second match. Scorers include Co-Captain Kenzie Falls with two, while Caley Heard, Svea Peterrson & Poppy Yorke each added one. Props go out to Tiegen Berne with the shutout first half, and Felicity Watson for stepping up and going in net so our keepers could play out. 

Coach Nicholson is beyond proud of the team as the ladies remain undefeated, and finished 1st in the regular season. Rest up ladies, and best of luck next Thursday as you host CWOSSA Qualifiers.

Ms. Nicholson


Boy’s Lacrosse

The Boy’s Lacrosse traveled to Guelph University yesterday to battle it out in a tournament. The boy’s won their first game 12-3 vs Wellington heights and their second game 11-6 vs OSDSS. The Mustangs then played Christ the King in the final game, an undefeated team. After being tied at half time, Christ the King went on a run with a couple late goals and the Mustangs fell 10-5. 

The coaches are proud of your efforts yesterday fellas!

Mr. Jones, Mr. Ward, Mr. Kussmann

Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse

The Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse team traveled to Brooklin yesterday to compete in the annual Brooklin Bears tournament.  The competition was tough and the girls’ played with grit and determination.  Shut out to all of our new to the game rookie players.  Players of the game went to Madi Barfoot, Michelle Kocher, rookie mid-fielder Karylie Rands, and rookie goaltender Meadow Graham.

The coaches’ are proud of your effort and determination Mustangs!  Next competition is set for the Mississauga cup in Oakville next Tuesday.  Next practice is Monday after school at Victoria Park.

Opt Out Forms

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