We had a wonderful night of music and dance at Random Island Academy last Thursday evening. We saw performances from the Primary, Intermediate, and Girls Choirs, plus many duets and and even some dance routines. It can be called a bittersweet evening as it displayed so much talent from our students, but it also displayed some of that talent for the last time for our Level III students. We say farewell and good luck to Melanie Reid, Isabella Modesto, and Joanne Hart who all gave their swansong performances that evening. It should also be mentioned that we have other students graduating, who although they didn’t perform at this concert, have appeared on our stages many times over the years and will perform again during our year end activities; they are Dylan Kelly, John Bowering, Brandon Wiseman, and Tim Stone. we wish you all the best of luck in all your future endeavors in music and dance!
Monday, June 8th – Chemistry 3202 & Math 2201
Tuesday, June 9th – Math 3201 & & English 1201/2201
Wednesday, June 10th – Biology 3201 & Math 3200
Thursday, June 11th – English 3201, Chemistry 2202, & Math 1201
There have been so many great things happening in our building and we have seen some amazing things from our students. This is just a glimpse…
We completed our Malaise Trap Program!
Joanne Hart Finished 3rd at the Lion’s District Speak-Off!
Our Athletes Represented us well at the Special Games!
We had our Heritage Fair at RIA and had great representation
at the District Heritage Fair in Trinity!!!
Our School Participated in SSNL’s MAY MINUTE MADNESS!
We went to Badminton Provincials!
We Got Brand New Glass Backboards and Spring Loaded Rims for our Gymnasium!!!
And there were a lot of fun things happening in our classes (like research essays!)!!!
Congratulations to Random Island Academy’s graduating class of 2015! The class celebrated their 13 years at RIA this past Friday as they decorated the gymnasium with the theme of ‘Newfoundland’. It was a beautiful atmosphere and a fun evening. We would like to thank all the volunteers who helped the grads decorate and we would especially like to thank all the volunteers and the Home and school association who prepared and served such a delicious meal on Friday night. And, congratulations to the grads, and especially Mr. Abbott, for their efforts in preparing and delivering such a nice church service, dinner ceremony, and grand march. We would lastly like to remind the grads that exams are coming…so keep your eye on the real prize!!!
Today is Earth Day, in celebration of this we have registered our school for Lights Out Canada. It is a national initiative for schools to take a stance towards climate change. All we have to do as a school is turn off as many lights as possible for the day. We know that some areas of the school have very few windows for lighting, but please reduce as much as possible (use only half the lights etc..) This is one day to take a stance so let’s do what we can.