Fine notices for overdue library books are in teachers' mailboxes. Please return your books--or the replacement cost of said book--to the library no later than Wednesday. If you have any questions, please see Miss Scott or Mrs. Cole in the library.
Students, if you are moving over the summer and you know your new address, please pick up a change of address form, from the school office. This will ensure that your report card is mailed to the correct address AND that your bussing is set up for September.
Students, please start cleaning out the garbage, extra clothing and unneeded items from your lockers. This will speed up our official locker cleanout that is happening during Period 4 this Thursday. Unwanted uniform items, spirit wear and gym uniforms can be dropped off at Room 176, even if the item needs to be laundered.
On June 23, 2019, join the Canadian Mental Health Association and Canadians everywhere to bring Mental Health into the Open and raise funds for Mental Health.
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Volunteers are needed for this event.
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A HUGE thank you to Isabela G., Maddie B., Katie P.r and Charlie McC. for their awesome presentation to a full chamber at city council yesterday afternoon. They represented St. Pat’s and the Irish Green Team with poise, confidence, and so much heart as they advocated for Sarnia to declare a climate emergency to join the many other progressive communities who have done so, to send a message of hope to our citizens, and to act as a guiding principle for the city’s future decisions. We are thrilled to announce that the mayor and councillors voted 7 to 2 in favour to declare a climate emergency and we are SO excited and proud to be a part of this big win and positive step forward in Sarnia! Way to go amazing Irish environmental advocates- keep up the great work! Your voices have been heard loud and clear!
Could all members of the wrestling team please see Mr. Burke sometime today in room 207.