News from Seaway High

 

Boo! Hope everyone had a great Halloween! Many students at Seaway, I assume, will be having many cavities and stomach aches throughout the month of November until their candy is gone! I, Dana Rodie will be doing this week’s news report!

This past week at Seaway was one of the many spirit weeks we have during the year. Monday was, black and orange day. Tuesday was, twin day. Wednesday was, wear your costumes. Thursday was, the beginning of Movember! Wear your staches! Friday was, fashion disaster day. Many disgusting outfits! It was a great week for all!

On Wednesday, the drama club held a haunted house in the drama room. To get in, you either had to bring a food canned item or a $2 donation. There was a lot of loud terrifying screaming going on, so loud that I could hear it from the hallways! Good job drama club! 

For some Halloween fun, some Seaway Spartans carved many spooky pumpkins! Looking good! On Halloween, there was a lot of great costumes throughout the day! Whoopie Cushions, Three Blind Mice, a lot of black cats and rabbits. My personal favourite was Mrs. Kim Lalonde and Mr. Jason Edge’s costume. Mrs. Lalonde was a flapper and Mr. Edge dressed up as her boyfriend the gangster! Amazing costumes everyone! 

Regal has sent out catalogues to go home with students for Christmas orders. Order forms were included with them. There are many good Christmas present ideas inside! Make sure you get your order in in time! 

The Regal fund raiser is a Parent Council under taking to help raise money for many of the extras that help to promote our learning. Coming soon, our second annual Morrisburg Christmas Parade float. If any student is looking to participate, please see Mr. Knapp or Mrs. Gilmour. 

Monday, October 29th, Seaway junior and senior girls basketball teams play really well at RO. The juniors played a hard game and never gave up. We were okay with the fact that they had beat us because we pushed through the game. Seniors lost 30-24 at RO.

On Thursday, November 1st, both junior and senior girl basketball teams played at North Dundas, the juniors won! The score was 23-20 for Seaway! Great Job Girls! Senior girls lost that game 33-17. We played well! Senior girls have made it to playoffs. They play CharLan Tuesday, November 6th. Good Luck! For any volleyball fans, EOSSA will be held here at Seaway on November 15th.

Fifty-seven days left until Christmas, time to create your list for Santa! I hear there might be a Christmas sale for new phones… if my mom is reading this… it’s a hint hint, wink wink sort of deal here.

Newsflash! We’ve heard through the grapevine that the teachers might be adding a performance to the Christmas Concert. 

 

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