Daily Announcements

Friday, April 20th, 2018
Day 3

In The Kitchen
Soup of the Day: Tomato
Rice of the Day: Fried
Pizza of the Day: Pepperoni Panzerotti
Lunch of the Day: Sweet & Sour Chicken Balls, Fried Rice & Eggroll $5.25

Track and Field
Our first practice for relays and long jump is on Sunday, at 5:30pm, at Acadia. The deadline for forms and fees is Friday, April 27th., please get them into Mrs. Baldwin as soon as possible.

Attention track and field athletes.  The code for google classroom is:
A3xdhc (please read slowly or twice)
-Please monitor for important announcements! Thank you Mr. Sanford

Sr. Girls Softball
Next practice is today from 3:30-5:00.  Please bring your signed permission forms, a list of games you cannot attend, and indoor and outdoor footwear.

Music Department
This has been a very productive week of rehearsals, however we can’t let up, so please take all instruments and music home to practice over the weekend.  Monday afternoon will be a Sr. Concert Band rehearsal from 3:30 - 5:00 pm, with our focus on Jupiter and Psalm Tune.  Jr. Concert Band will have their regular separate rehearsals during the day on Monday morning.  Those rehearsals will be on technique and rhythms in African Folk Trilogy.  Keep pushing yourselves.

Stage Crew
Have the tarps been re-rolled yet??  Please get that done by the end of the day today!

Next week the NKEC Production Succession hits the stage!
This year NKEC is proud to present an original production called “Succession”, an original play that was written by our NKEC production cast. Each cast member contributed to the overall vision of the show, as the show was inspired by the moments in our lives when we felt we needed to confront challenges with resilience.

Anastasia Arthur is a young adult who finds herself recovering in the hospital after a suicide attempt. Through a succession of dreams during her first evening stay at the hospital, Anastasia becomes immersed into an altered reality where she meets many characters who, like her, are experiencing emotional turmoil yet share with her promises of hope. Through her dream journey she receives emotional healing, which renews her purpose and desire to live.

We believe our play is a commentary on the resilience of those who suffer with mental health challenges. We want to show the importance of loving and supporting anyone who is experiencing personal struggles in their lives and the importance of being compassionate to one another.

Production Dates:
Friday, April 27 @ 7pm
Saturday, April 28 @ 2pm and 7pm
Sunday, April 29 @ 2pm

$8.00 Students/Seniors
$10.00 Adults

NKEC Production Cast
If you wear a costume (or multiple) in the production, please see Mrs. Salmon at High School lunch or High School recess for special instructions! If these times do not work, please visit Mrs. Salmon throughout the day, anytime that you are free.

Enviro Club
Don’t forget that next week is Earth Week and on Monday you can wear a hat for one dollar, all proceeds go towards an environmental charity. We will also be turning off lights around the school all week. Please make sure that your classroom is using minimal power and we ask students and teachers to turn off unnecessary lights around the school, when possible. Turning off the lights reduces energy consumption and helps the environment by decreasing power plant emissions. To generate electricity, most power plants burn coal, crude oil or other fossil fuels. By turning off the lights it cuts down on the detrimental effects of fossil fuel and helps to prevent, rising temperatures, heat waves and drought, higher sea levels, abnormal weather patterns, increased intensity of natural disasters and smog/acid rain.

Table tennis
Good luck goes out to our NKEC table tennis players as they compete at the NSSAF Regional Championships tomorrow here at NKEC. Start time is 9am.

Girls’ Rugby
Congratulations to the lady titans rugby team for their excellent start to league play yesterday on the turf at Acadia University. After going down 24-0 at half time to perennial powerhouse King’s Edgehill, the girls rallied back to score 17 unanswered points on trys scored by Riley Abbott with one and Rachel Sheffield with 2 and a conversion kick. The girls showed great growth and improvement in their game play and really had Edgehill on their heels in the second half. Way to go ladies! Jayda Blackman and Kismet Hartlen were named players of the game. Remember practices start outdoors on Monday after school. Also please note that the game on the schedule for today against Park View is going to be rescheduled. Enjoy your weekend girls!

Yearbook Purchase

Lunch Specials for the Week April 16th - 20th

April 16th, 2018

In The Kitchen

Soup of the Day: Chicken Noodle

Rice of the Day:  Beef Fiesta

Pizza of the Day: Vegetable

Lunch of the Day: Baked Potato, Pulled Pork & Veggies $4.75


April 17th, 2018

In The Kitchen

Soup of the Day: Corn Chowder

Rice of the Day: Mexican

Pizza of the Day: Hawaiian

Lunch of the Day: Chicken Quesedilla, Mexican Rice and Corn $5.25


April 18th, 2018

In The Kitchen

Soup of the Day: Broccoli Cheddar

Rice of the Day: Chicken

Pizza of the Day: Cheeseburger Bacon

Lunch of the Day: Mac & Cheese w/Garlic Bread $5.25


April 19th, 2018

In The Kitchen

Soup of the Day: Turkey Rice

Rice of the Day:  Vegetable

Pizza of the Day: BBQ Chicken

Lunch of the Day: Philly Cheesesteak Flatbread Hoagie $4.95


April 20th, 2018

In The Kitchen

Soup of the Day: Tomato

Rice of the Day: Fried

Pizza of the Day: Pepperoni Panzerotti

Lunch of the Day: Sweet & Sour Chicken Balls, Fried Rice & Eggroll $5.25