1. Junior and Senior Vball Results

    Congratulations to the Junior Girls vball who won 3-5 games against Hafford Last night.

    Congratulations to the Senior Girls Vball who won 4-5 games against Hafford last night.

    Thank you to Mr. Stynsky, Mr. Yockey, Mr. Fox and Joel Revet for set up,  reffing and score keeping!

    Next Crusader Volleyball action for the Sr Girls  is next Tuesday against Wilkie starting at 4:30 in the JP II Gym.

    Ms. Stynsky
  2. " Change for Change"

    The JP II Mission team is collecting loose change to make a "Change" in the world! All proceeds will go to our local projects this year. If you have any spare change please bring to the main desk and place in the ice cream tub or drop off at the Pope's Corner and enter to WIN a Surpise Basket full of treats, prizes and a gift Card. The draw will be made on Dec. 19th. ALL change and cash donation welcome!

    Thanks for all your support!

    Ms. Stynsky
  3. Taco In A Bag

    If you missed the last yoummy "TACO in a BAG" Sale

    Back by popular demand is another chance

    Wednesday Nov. 12th

    Get yours in the Home Ec Room at lunch for only $4.00

    Every purchase gives you a ticket to win the Suprise Basket at the Pope's corner.

    Ms. Stynsky
  4. SRC meeting moved to Friday

    SRC regular Thursday meeting has been moved to Friday at lunch due to Halloween Activities tomorrow.  See you there

    Mr Donahue

  5. Franco'FUN - this week - Friday at 11:45 chez Madame Wells

    French-speaking students - come out for some fun and games in french on Hallowe'en!  11:45 in Madame Wells's room.

    Mrs. Maloney
  6. School Pictures


    Ms Ironstand
  7. QC Trip Participants

    Your final payment is due this coming Monday, November 3rd.  Please bring your cheques to me ASAP!  

    Mme Clemens
  8. Travel to Greece Travel to Greece Travel to Greece

    There is still time to sign up to travel to Greece at Easter, 2015.  See Mrs. Thompson for details.

    Ms. Thompson
  9. JPII Curling

    Curling will be every Monday after school from 4: to 5:30 beginning on November 10.  If you wish to participate, please sign up with Mrs. Thompson.  Cost to curl is $30. 

    Ms. Thompson
  10. Advisory Committee

    The City of North Battleford is looking for a grade 10 to 12 student from John Paul II to be part of an Advisory Committee providing input on matters relating to youth in our city. If you might be interested in this please talk to Mr. Hansen for more details.

    Mr. Hansen
  11. Outdoor Pursuits Scuba Diving Last chance

    Last chance for anyone in grade 8-12 to sign up for an evening of Introductory Scuba Diving for FREE. See Mrs. stynsky by Thursday!!!

    Ms. Stynsky
  12. Candy Bags at Pope's Corner

    Candy Bag sales will take place from 12:15-3:00 at Pope's Corner on Thursday, October 30.

    Mr. Fauchon
  13. Homework Mr. Fox

    I will be offering a homework and tutor room on Tue and Thur starting Nov 4,2014 from 3:30 to 4:30 for any students to get some extra help. Come see Mr. Fox for details.

    If there is any Gr. 11 and 12 student willing to be tutors come see Mr. Fox for details and will make a small donation of your time. $$$$


    Please meet in the library on Thursday at noon for the next PETA meeting.

    Mrs. Rea
  15. WE DAY Participants

    If you are registered for We Day please meet at 5pm at JP II  Pope on Friday Oct. 31st to canvass for We SCARE hunger. If you do not come and participate you lose your spot and ticket at We Day. Please bring a recycled Grocery Bag for the collection of non perishable food items.

    Ms. Stynsky
  16. JPII Reward Program

    The winners for this weeks reward program are Mary Grace Saluta,Jayden Clarke, Jack Han and Narcisse Mbwebwe, please see Mrs. Smockum for your servery coupon :)

    Mrs. Smockum
  17. Servery Specials

    This week's lunch specials are:

    Monday: Chilli & a Bun

    Tuesday: Chicken Burgers

    Wednesday: Shepherds Pie

    Thursday: Beef Stir-Fry and Fried Rice

    Friday: Pork Souvlaki & Roasted Potatoes

    All specials come with a soup or salad for

    $4.25 or can be bought separately.

    Have a great week!


    Ms. Wandler
  18. Halloween Week

    SRC is proud to present Halloween Week

    Each day this week there will be different activities. 

    Monday-Balloon Pop- come to the gym at lunch to pop a balloon for candy

    Tuesday- Orange and Black day and Hat day- wear your orange and black; as well if you bring a non-perishable food item you can wear your hat

    Wednesday- Pumpkin Carving- Team of friends carve a pumpkin  (make sure to sign up in the Commons on Monday or Tuesday)

    Thursday- Mummy Wrap- Team of friends wrap a friend in toilet paper in a timed event against others (make sure to sign up in commons on Monday or Tuesday)

    Friday- Disney themed dress up day. 


  19. SADD Halloween Contest October 27 - 31

    In the front foyer is our school skeletal structure, who is hanging out for Halloween. Above him is a sign that reads "Think Twice When A Drunk Driver Offers To Take You WITH HIM". SADD challenges YOU to come up with an even better piece of advice for drinking and driving to hang above our skeleton - they will vote on the best one and the winner will receive an awesome prize!! Put your name and grade on your entries and get them to the office. Good Luck, Ghoulies!!!

    Mrs. Fuhr
  20. Musical Practice!!

    Just a friendly reminder to ALL musical cast members that our performance dates are less than 7 weeks away and attendance at practice is necessary and expected. Please note, after school practices have started and rehearsal schedules for November are available from Mrs. Briant or in rm 187.

    Ms. Briant
  21. See your future career fair

    See Your Future Career Fair will be held in Saskatoon on Monday, November 3 at TCU.  Over 120 exhibitors will be present to offer information on post secondary institutions and future career options.  See the poster outside of guidance or see Mrs. Fransoo for more details.

    Ms. Fransoo
  22. Drivers Ed Class 2nd Session

    The second Drivers Ed class starts on Monday, November 3rd in room 136 at lunchtime.  Please check the list on the bulletin board across from the attendance office.  You will need to have a birth certificate or valid passport and a health card to obtain your learners.  If you are not on this list, there are 2 more classes in Semester 2.

  23. Community Service/Volunteer Opportunity

    The Mental Health Association is looking ofr people to help with evening client programs. Great opportunity to give back to those less fortuante and suffering and also to complete your community service hours.

    This is also great work expereince and an excellent reference on your resume.

    Please pick up form at Mrs. Stynsky office.

    Ms. Stynsky
  24. JPII Mission Teams

    JPII Misssion Team in conjunction with the AAA Stars are collecting winter jackets, mitts, hats and scarves again this winter for those in need.  A bin will be set up in the Library from now until November 18th, 2014. All donations are appreciated.  Anyone who brings a winter jacket to the hockey game on November 18th against the Saskatoon Bazers will gain free addmission

    Game time is 7:30.

    Mr. Fauchon

    The JP II WE DAY Team will be running a WE SCARE Campiaghn

    October 15th - 31st

    Bins will be set up near the Pope's corner to bring items!!

    Classroom Contest - The classroom which collects the most items will win a CANDY PARTY!!!

    Teachers send your numbers down on October 31st to Mrs. Stynsky

    Have someone from your class bring down your food items and put in the Food bank containers on October 31st.

    WE SCARE HUNGER.....Let our goal be 1000 collected food items!!!!

    Ms. Stynsky
  26. We Day Volunteers

    Anyone wishing to volunteer for We Day please see Mrs. Stynsky

    Ms. Stynsky
  27. Explanation of Absences and Update of Student Records

    Student absences from school can be explained by calling the Attendance Office directly at 306-446-2304.  This number also has a voice mail feature at which messages may be recorded in the event that we are away from the phone.

    Mr. Rice