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PECI tallies $5,375 for Terry Fox

Students attending today’s Spirit Assembly will hear they raised $5,375 for PECI’s annual Terry Fox run held last Friday.
The awesome weather allowed many students to participate, and Panther Pride was out in full force. There was face painting, retro PECI jerseys for sale, and a fan favourite, “Dunk the Dukes.”
Overall, this was a great way for PECI staff and students to show their support for Terry’s cause. Thanks to our students and the local community for making it all possible.
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In other news:
For parents and students wanting to figure out what happens after high school, plan to attend Post-Secondary Information and Planning Night, Thursday, Oct. 27 from 6:30-8pm at the PECI Junior Cafeteria. Parents and students to be orientated to post-secondary research tools including: Ontariocolleges.ca  – how to explore colleges and college programs; Ontario Student Assistance Program- how to get an early estimate for OSAP eligibility of students; Electronicinformation.ca – how to explore universities and university programs. Representatives from the following organizations will provide information:
–  Career Edge and Northern Lights Employment Services
–  Ontario Youth Apprenticeship
–  Loyalist College
–  Loyalist College SOAR Office (student office for alternative resources)
– Fleming College
For more information, contact Matt Ronan, head of guidance, PECI 476-2196 x2231
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The Decathalon is set for Friday. Good luck to everybody.
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The cast list has been posted for Mr. Sheahan’s adaptation of the Paper Bag Princess – the untold story. Many talented actors and actresses are involved and it’s sure to be a great show!
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The Much Music Video Dance is Friday, Oct. 28! Tickets are for sale and just as an FYI they will not be sold at the door.
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Are you interested in studying in a different country for a year? The Rotary Exachange might be the thing for you! The Rotary Exchange Information Session wil be held from 11am-12pm, Tuesday, Oct. 25 in Room 104.
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And, welcome to this It’s A Panther Thing blog to Mikaela Stacey, our new public relations officer!

Sydnee Gael Mulridge

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