Auburn Drive High

February 10th, 2021

Grad Retakes Feb now in Student Services

Dalhousie’s Women in Tech Day for female-identifying and non-binary high school students is going virtual! This event will introduce you to the possibilities offered through a career in technology.  If you have an interest in technology, problem solving, leadership, teamwork, communication, working with others or helping the world on both a local and global level, join us for this exciting exploration. It will take place on Tuesday Feb. 16th from 12:30-3pm. Please see Ms. Munroe or Ms. Rose to register.
Sign up for your grad photo retakes in either the main office or in student services. They are taking place on Tuesday ..right after our day off. Sign up now so you are not disappointed.

Hockey GIRLS: Auburn Eagles defeated the Prince Andrew Panthers 4-2 today (Tuesday) in Female High School Hockey action at Cole Harbour Place Tuesday Feb 9th 2021! Goal scorers for Auburn were Faith Sunderland, Rachel Edwards, Brooklyn McCormick and Bella House.  Auburn girls are back at it again on Wed vs Halifax and SJA Sir John A on Friday! Go Eagles Go

We will be starting a lunch hour band program for students every Tuesday  at 12:15 in the Music room with Mr. MacKay from HRA Music East. If you are interested and forgot your instrument, please see Mr. MacKay in the Music room at the beginning of lunch break.   
Music Students extra help:    The Music Room will also be opened for students during lunch break on Wednesday for students who wish to play, practice or get help with their music.

All first term Library books read in English classes or borrowed form the Library are due back Now. Please return them to the Library or stop by to renew your book. Teachers can send one student at a time to visit the library with a return or to borrow a book. Thanks for helping keep Auburn's library up to date.
Hey Eagles, swing by the council room today and throughout this week at lunch to have a guess at how many candies are in a jar for only 25 cents! Come and show your support for AIDS awareness and research! Also: swing by the council room today and tomorrow at lunch for a cup of red punch for only $1! All proceeds go towards AIDS awareness and research!

Yearbooks are available for purchase for $50 either via our website or with cash in the main office. We will be placing our final order before going on March Break and we only bring in enough to fill the orders you place now. Order soon and avoid disappointment!

Tomorrow The Moose Hide Campaign invites Administrators, Teachers, Support Staff and Students to participate in a grassroots movement to end violence against women and children. This Campaign was co-founded by Paul Lacerte and his daughter Raven in 2011 during a moose hunt on their traditional Carrie territory along the Highway of Tears in Northern BC- Where so many women and children have gone missing or murdered. You have the option to receive a moose hide pin to wear in support of ending the violence as well as participate in a virtual live stream that will include workshops.  We ask anyone who would like to participate individually or as a class to send an e-mail or go see Alyssa Atkins-Stokes, our Mi’kmaq Indigenous Student Support, in student services.

Our Black History Month contest question for this week: 
“I started my basketball journey at Prince Andrew High school. Then I attended Iowa State University. From there I signed with the NBA Minnesota Timberwolves affiliation​ team Iowa Wolves”
Do you know who this person is? If you do then let head on down to student services and let them know!! 

In the caf: Spaghetti today