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PECI Panthers invite you to Arts Night tonight

PECI students are in the celebratory mood with a variety of events before school breaks for the holidays Friday, Dec. 23.
Everybody’s invited to attend Arts Night Thursday, Dec. 15 in gym B. All arts classes and extra curricular clubs will be presenting. Refreshments available while viewing the art and displays from 6:30 p.m. A performance of drama, music and art will run from 7-9 p.m.
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Tickets for the Friday, Dec. 16 Glow dance are available until Thursday.
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The silent auction fundraiser for the Salvation Army continues in the school foyer all week. If you can’t find a gift for your favourite panther or panther parent be sure go stop by. What we have will impress you.
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The talent show will be held during periods four and five Friday, Dec. 23 – the final day before Christmas break. Buy your ticket soon and be sure to cheer your friends on!
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Grade 12 students who plan to apply to college or university need to do so before the holiday break.
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On Tuesday, Dec. 6th PECI students performed a short play called Camouflage at the Quinte Alternatives For Women’s annual general meeting.
The performance was a polished reading with 34 tableaus encapsulating what it means to be a by-stander, abuser and abused in our society.
The performance was met with roaring applause and a series of excellent questions and comments. The 10 students spanned from Grades 9 to 12 – including Miranda Boultbee, Riley Bovay, Marianne Cameron, Randy Chance, Haley Ferguson, Mitchell Hayes, Keelan Hill, Carly Howard, Mariah Lammes, and Alison Stenhouse. These students met with Matt Sheahan in the drama room for six weeks to prepare for this moving performance.
Keep up-to-date on PECI news on the school website: http://edu.hpedsb.on.ca/peci/ and on Facebook

Till next time…
Sydnee Gael Mulridge

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