Congrats to Meghan Greenland

Dalhousie women’s basketball head coach Anna Stammberger is pleased to announce the commitment of Meghan Greenland and Katelyn Scott to the 2017-18 lineup.

The Tigers have bolstered their back court with the commitment of 5’10 shooting guard, Meghan Greenland. Greenland comes to the Tigers after a successful high school career with Gonzaga Regional High School. The co-captain of the senior A team, Greenland has achieved a long list of individual accomplishments in her three years on the team including earning all-star status at the Keith Keating Memorial Tournament in both 2017 and 2015 and was named the Holy Trinity High School tournament MVP in 2016. At the 2015 KSA Tournament in (Orlando, FL), Greenland was once again named the tournament MVP. Also In 2015 and 2016 she was recognized for her overall contribution to school athletics.

A native of St. John’s, Newfoundland, Greenland has played on the provincial basketball team since 2013, competing at four national championships. Greenland was among ten basketball players to be awarded the Newfoundland & Labrador Premier’s Athletic Award honouring the province’s top athletes last year.

“I believe Dalhousie is the perfect fit for me as a basketball player and as a student,” says Greenland. “I’m excited for the opportunity Coach Stammberger has given me and I’m looking forward to being a part of the Dalhousie Tigers and continuing my education at Dal.”

An honours student at Gonzaga Regional High School, Greenland will graduate this June and will pursue a Bachelor of Science while attending Dalhousie.

“We’re very happy to have another Newfoundlander join the Tigers,” says Stammberger. “Meghan’s great shooting range and provincial ball experience will be a welcome addition to our young team.”

 

Safe Grad Decorating Blitz and Volunteers

There will be a decorating blitz at Gonzaga at two pm on Sunday. Any parent is welcome to attend and we are looking for parents of levels one and two students to help out.

Tomorrow at parent teacher interviews, there will be sign up sheets available for parent supervisors for the night of safe grad. Please consider helping out!

 

Tutoring for Tuition

Students and parents are asked to note that there is currently a wait list for students requesting tutors from the Tutors for Tuition Program. Please direct any inquiries to Mrs. Tracy Gardiner at tracyanngardiner@nlesd.ca

Interviews

The number of appointments for the upcoming parent teacher interviews on Thursday, February 22 has been increased so any parent who wishes to add some extra times may do so now.

Grade 9 Parent Orientation Session

Gonzaga High School will be holding a Grade 9 parent orientation meeting for incoming Level One students on Wednesday, February 22 at seven pm in the Gonzaga gym.

Looking forward to meeting next year’s Vikings!

Spirit Day Forms

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These forms are due at the school on Tuesday, February 21.

Parent Teacher Appointment Link

Please click the link below to make appointments with your child’s teachers for Thursday, February 23 from 1:30-7:00.  There is a maximum of three appointments per student.  If space permits, more appointments may be freed up next week.

www.parentinterviews.com/gonzaga