PSS Ranked 2nd Highest School in SCDSB
PSS ranked second among county high schools according to the Fraser Institute. This type of recognition is well overdue and did not surprise anyone associated with the highly academic institution. For more on this story click on the link.
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Midland Free Press - April 23
Four Teams Return to GB Championships
The senior and junior basketball and volleyball team have all qualified for the Georgian Bay Championships.
The volleyball teams will compete at LeCaron on Wednesday Nov. 14th.
The Basketball teams compete on the same day but have to travel all the way to Almaguin H.S. in Sundridge.
Good luck to all teams in your quest for another GB title!
OELP Students Help Camp Kitchi
On Wednesday, October 10th, the OELP class of 2013 travelled to Camp Kitchikewana to “Gear Up” for their upcoming program. Students braved the blustery autumn weather. The day brought heavy rain at times, alternating with brief periods of sunshine. Everyone came dressed for action! Once at the camp, the group was split in two.
One group was charged with transporting all the canoes, kayaks and paddles to various indoor storage locations while the second group hauled sailboats into the sailing hut and the main dining hall. Everyone worked hard and got the job done in record time. Camp staff were lavish in their praise of our students’ efforts. The group accomplished a daunting task in a few hours, thus saving Camp staff days of work. The rain held off while we worked and we were even able to enjoy lunch outside at the picnic tables. The afternoon was spent doing leadership and team-building activities. Laughter abounded and the time flew. All too quickly, it was time to board the boats for the ride back to Honey Harbour. The OELP class was thanked yet again for their invaluable help to Camp Kitchi. Thank you to all the students for their efforts that day.