“S” Trip Planned by Grads

The “S” trip that is being planned by some graduates is not affiliated with Port Hardy Secondary School in any way. The organizers have not been authorized to hold meetings in the school and will be dealt with firmly if they are doing so.

Early Dismissal – Tuesday, December 2nd

On Tuesday, December 2, we will have early dismissal due to parent-student-teacher interviews.  The bell schedule will be the same as our Friday bell times, but with the Tuesday block order.

Parent-Student-Teacher Interviews will be from 7:00 to 8:30 in the Gym.

Schedule for Tuesday, December 2nd

8:45 Warning Bell
8:50-9:55 B Block
10:00-11:05 C Block
11:05-11:30 Break
11:35-12:40 D Block
12:45-1:50 A Block

Volleyball

On Friday, PHSS held a Staff vs. Students volleyball tournament.

First place went to Team 4 with Allan Shaw, Darryl Coon, Riley Nelson, Isaac Williams, Jared Inglis, Tyrone Wallas, Serena King-Robertson, and Moses Walkus.

Second place went to Team 5 with Quinton Wamiss, George Walkus, Jesse Dempsey, Robert King, Landon John, Ken Brown, Robert King Jr., and Martin Walkus.

Congratulations to the winning teams and thank you to everyone who participated and cheered from the sidelines.

Volleyball

3rd place winners. Senior Girls – Kurrah Hill, Danielle Dawson, Gagan Bal, Felicia Robertson, Bethany Martineau, Nitisha Johnstone, Veronica Barnes, Alisha Walkus.

Food for Thought Challenge – Thank You!

Port Hardy Secondary School would like to thank communities, local businesses and organizations, parents, students, and staff who contributed to the Food for Thought Program at PHSS. Students brought in over $508 worth of food items and over $1691.55 was fundraised and donated by communities.

A special thank you to: C & G Falling, Michael and Lorraine Hurley,  Lions Club, Port Hardy Rotary, Shawn and Nadine Gough, Overwaitea Foods, CIBC, Scotia Bank, Peoples Drug Mart, Monks Office Supply, and the Credit Union.

We appreciate all contributions that go towards our current food programs at the school so that this can provide nourishment, safety, socialization and connection to school.