February 28th, 2020
A representative from the university of King’s College will be here on Tuesday March 10th during lunch to speak to students and answer questions about their programs. The representative will have a table set up in the Pit.
Grad photo proofs: please pick them up from the main office.
The Auburn Boys Hockey team have defeated the CP Allen Cheetahs for the second time in 2 days to capture the Capital Regional Division 1 Championship Banner. The game was very close with CP Allen scoring a lucky first goal and then Auburn evening up the score with a power play goal from Tyler Puma. After a disallowed goal by Auburn because the net came off, the Eagles stayed strong and Logan Gillis put a shot in the from the point with only 2:28 left in the game. Logan Thom put in an empty net goal with a strong forecheck to put the game out of reach. Josh Braine played an amazing game in net, stopping 24 shots. The Eagles will travel to Pictou next weekend to compete at provincials."
Attention grade 12's. Prom is approaching and we are going to have a pop-up dress sale next week. We will have many dresses available for sale for between $10 and $20 a dress. Some of these dresses have been donated and others are brand new! Bring your money and the dresses will be on sale wednesday to friday!
Yearbook team photos will take place on Tuesday, March 10. Listen for your team/s to be called down.
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO ORDER YEARBOOKS. Online via our website ( use the name of school option: Auburn Drive High School, Dartmouth, CN) or by cash in the main office.
Looking for volunteer hours? Looking to make a difference in the community and in the lives of others? Interested in making new friends and having fun? Be a peer mentor for Autism Nova Scotia’s CommunityWorks Canada program! No experience required! Come to the guidance office for more details!”
Are you an Indigenous youth who has an interest in fashion? there is a great opportunity for you to take part in an event located in Toronto ALL EXPENSE PAID! For more information please see Terry in Student Services
For any students that are interested in a volunteer experience with the North American Indigenous Games happening in July 2020 please see Terry in Student Services today for more information. You DO NOT need to be First Nations. It is open to anyone and everyone. It is a very exciting opportunity to showcase our amazing city to the whole continent!
In the caf: Cheeseburgers and fries today!