Congratulations to Mr. Deon Goulding
The staff and students of St. Paul's would like to
congratulate one of their own, Mr. Goulding, for being inducted into
SportNL Hall of Fame!
The Beacon for full story.
Deon Goulding, right, and his dad, Jesse, following the
SportNL’s Stars and Legends Awards Gala in St. John’s.
Click to enlarge picture.
Donation made to St .Paul's Phy. Ed. Dept by Nav
St. Paul's and the Physical Education department
would like to thank Nav Canada-Gander, for their donation of the
6-station Fitness Units to our school. Thank you very much for your
School-Wide Wellness Day - Monday, April 27th
There will be 20 sessions running concurrently for 3
periods during that day.
Students will register for 3 sessions and also provide
a couple of alternates.
During home room on Monday morning, session titles and
descriptions will be announced and everything finalized during home room
on Tuesday morning.
St. Paul's Intermediate Varsity Basketball Team
took home a provincial banner this past weekend from the West Coast
Grade 9 "A" Provincial Tournament at Templeton Academy, Meadows,
NL., the first Provincial Banner achieved in basketball at St. Paul's in
The Cardinals faced Templeton, Corner
Brook Intermediate Gr 8 "B", Xavier and Corner Brook Intermediate Gr 8
"A" in round robin play. The CB Intermediate "A" team handed St.
Paul's it's first loss of the year in the round robin meeting with a
score of 44-48 in OT. This disappointing loss proved to fuel the
boys into high gear when they met CBI "A" again in the Championship Game
winning with a final score of 66-43.
Ethan Piercey was named Player of the Game for Gander
in the Championship Game.
Aaron Pinksen was named by the
tournament organizers/host as tournament MVP.
are: (Front L to R) Adam Mouland, Jacob Walsh, Adam Janes, Aaron
Pinksen, Devon Edwards, Will Brown, Mackenzie Collier (Back L to
R) Matt Langdon, Devon Ejeckham, Evan Bennett, Nicholas Butt,
Ethan Piercey, Zach Gill, Cory Pinksen (Coach). Missing
from photo: Dylan Moraski, Kyle Frasier and Deanne Walsh
image to enlarge)
Parent School Climate surveys
The School Climate Surveys provide valuable information
to schools, districts, and the provincial government about topics such
as quality of education, student learning opportunities, school safety,
and bullying and harassment.
The success of this opportunity depends very much on the survey response
rates – low response rates mean high potential for bias in the data.
This opportunity to gather valuable school-level information for
strategic decision-making becomes lost if response rates are low.
The online teacher and parent surveys will remain open
until Friday, March 27th, 2015.
The link to the parent surveys is:
Council Minutes - January 12, 2015
SSNL Trek Terra Nova Adventure Race
Students in picture are: Kristen Morawski, Dylan
Morawski, Spencer Pittman, Matthlew Langdon and teacher Paul Collett
(Click picture to enlarge)