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Daily Schedule

  • Period 1 & Homeform: 8:30 am - 9:47 am
  • Period 2: 9:55 am - 11:10 am
  • Lunch: 11:10 am - 12:00 pm
  • Period 3: 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
  • Period 4: 1:22 pm - 2:37 pm

Monday

Monday, June 24th, 2019

Regular Morning Exams starting at 8:30 am:

CAFETERIA

MCR3U (30) – Eccles

MPM2D (21) – Eccles 

CHC2P (32) – Dwane

HSP3C (10) – Dwane

HSP3U (13) – Dwane

SPH3U (25) – Firth

 CLASSROOM 

CGC1D (27) – 113 Scarlett

MFM1P (20) – Schaefer

SNC1P (16) – 211 Kartye





Tuesday

Tuesday, June 25th, 2019

Regular Morning Exams starting at 8:30 am:


CAFETERIA

CHC2D (52) – Bullett, McLagan

SCH3U (26) – Kartye

  

CLASSROOM

MPM1D (25) – 204 Schaefer

MPM1D (26) – 203 Swaine

NBE3C (16) – 112 Riley

Wednesday

Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

  • Hey Blazers!  Need a book for your summer reading?  Swing by the Communications Department hallway to pick up a “mystery book” to help avoid the summer slide!  The books will be out during the exam period. 

  • YEARBOOKS!  We’ve still got about 10 yearbooks to sell!  Come and get yours for $45 in the main office! 

  • Blazers – please remember to return your textbooks during the exam period when you are writing your exams!  Carts will be set up in the Cafeteria for book collection OR if you are writing your exam in a classroom, please leave your textbook in that classroom!  Thank you for treating our learning materials with respect!

  • Blazers, it is our last official wellness Wednesday and we bring you an important message from an expert: Dr. Greg Wells, an expert on wellness, was asked by a student for advice on what to do before a very important test day. The test started at 8:30 am and lasted for 3 hours, very similar to our exams! The student wanted to know what to eat and any other tips to make sure they performed at their best. Here is what Dr. Greg Wells said. Wake up at 6 am after getting at least 7.5 hours of sleep. Shower with really hot water to get temperature up. Eat protein and healthy fats at breakfast, eggs, and nuts are a great option or a protein smoothie. Avoid anything high in sugar or carbs as those types of foods make it harder to concentrate. Have a bit of caffeine (tea or coffee) no more than half an hour before your exam and then drink water throughout the morning. Arrive before 8 am and go for a 5 – 10 minute walk. As little as 15 minutes of exercise improves mental performance, so add this to your pre-exam routine. This exercise will increase the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the brain and improve your mental performance. Our gym will be open at 8 am on exam days and again at 11:30 am so you can get active before you write.


Thursday

Thursday, June 20th, 2019

Regular Morning Exams starting at 8:30 am:

CAFETERIA

CLU3M (25) – French

MCV4U (13) – Swaine 

SBI3U (23) – Stewart

 CLASSROOM

ENG1L (10) – 109 Brown

ENG2L (2) – 109 Brown

ICS3U (14) – 140 Jon Swaine

ICS4U (8) – 140 Jon Swaine

CGW4C (8) – 113 Scarlett

CGW4U (15) – 113 Scarlett

Regular Afternoon Exams starting at 12pm:

CAFETERIA

MBF3C (23) – Belyea

ENG1D (49) – McConnell, Riley

ENG2D (48) – Brown, Dempster  

CLASSROOM

MFM2P (15) – 203 Swaine



Friday

Friday, June 14th, 2019
Regular Morning Exams starting at
8:30 am:

CAFETERIA

BAF3M (13) - Allmendinger

SBI3C (10) – Dearborn

SBI4U (15) – Stewart

SNC1D (28) – Kartye 

SNC2D (66) – Dearborn, Stewart

 

CLASSROOM

ENG1P (16) – 110 Farnell

ENG4E (5) – 112 Riley

NBE3E (4) – 112 Riley

HPW3C (14) – 118 Lee

HPD4C (8) – 118 Lee 

SNC2P (15) – 208 McLagan

Regular Afternoon Exams starting at 12pm:

CLASSROOM

CGC1P (20) – 113 Scarlett

NBE3U (33) – 143 McConnell