Monthly Archives: November 2013

What a fantastic weekend of Volleyball at RIA

King Academy won the first semi-final beating Cloud River Academy in straight sets

Random Island Academy won the second semi-finals beating Phoenix Academy

King Academy captured the Gold medal in the Championship game and RIA gets the silver.

Thank you to all Parents, Teachers, and Students who helped make the 2013-2014 2A boys Provincial Championship a success.  And Safe travels to all teams returning home today.

It was a great weekend of Volleyball!!!

 

 

2A Volleyball scores so far…Updated 2:45

Random Island Academy defeated Cape John Academy 20-25, 26-24, 15-8
Phoenix Academy defeated King Academy 25-22, 22-25, 15-12
Viking Trail Academy defeated Labrador Straits Academy 25-22, 25-18
Cloud River Academy defeated Belanger Memorial 25-20, 25-16
King Academy defeated Viking Trail Academy 25-14, 25-14
Cloud River Academy defeated Random Island Academy 25-20, 25-14

Phoenix Academy defeated Labrador Straits Academy 25-7, 25-15

Cloud River Academy defeated Cape John Collegiate 25-17, 25-13

King Academy defeated Labrador Straits Academy 25-12, 25-18

Random Island Academy defeated Belanger Memorial 25-17, 25-10

Phoenix Academy defeated Viking Trail Academy  14-25, 25-17, 15-13

Cape John Collegiate defeated Belanger Memorial

Phoenix Academy is first place in ‘B’ Division and King Academy is Second in ‘B’ division

Cloud River Academy is first in ‘A’ Division and Random Island Academy is second in ‘B’ Division

There is some great ball being played in the gym at RIA!

Come in and check it out!

RIA Remembers

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On November 7th, Random Island Academy remembered all of those brave people who gave so much for us on so many different occasions.  We had performances from our Primary, Elementary, and intermediate choirs, along with our high school band; we also had performances from our Senior Drama Group, and our very own Mr. Blackmore and Mr. Miller.  We  would like to thank all of our guests from the Newfoundland Rangers, the Random Lions Club, the Random Air Cadets 567 Squadron, and the Salvation Army.  To all the veterans, the soldiers still serving to protect us, and all those who made the ultimate sacrifice…we thank you!

 

Newsletter November 1st, 2013

You can download the entire newsletter here:

Newsletter November 1st

Quick Hits

  • Wish Tree: The Christmas season is fast approaching.  RIA is once again doing its Wish Tree program.  Letters are going home today with further details.  If you don’t receive one they are available at the office or on our website (randomislandacademy.com)
  • No School Friday, Nov 8th
  • Picture Retakes: Friday, Nov 15th
  • Remembrance Day Assembly: Thurs. Nov 7th
  • Coffee House: There will be a coffee house at RIA on Thursday, November7th, and it should be a great first show for the year!!!
  • NEW school Website & App:

randomislandacademy.com

http://myapp.is/RIA

There are things being added all the time, please check them out!

  • Volleyball: The Senior/Junior Boys & Girls volleyball teams will be playing in st. John’s weekend as a part of VolleyFest!  It should be a great weekend…Good Luck to All!!!

And, a big way to go for our Senior Boys Volleyball team on capturing a tier II Silver last weekend at VolleyCentral!

  • Fundraising: Special Services Cake Walk $482.45 (in aid of students travelling to the Special Olympics) Thank you to all for supporting this event and a BIG Thank-You to everyone who donated a cake!!!

Lunches scheduled for next week are as follows:

Monday:  Pizza (Pepperoni/deluxe – please indicate which) cookie and juice

Tuesday:  2 Hot Dogs, Cookie & Wednesday:  Grilled Cheese, Cookie & Juice

Thursday:  Chicken Burger, Cookie & Juice

Friday:  No School

(For each meal, please indicate what kind of juice on order ticket)

Great Showing at VolleyFest for RIA

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Congratulations to the Senior Girls Volleyball Team who captured a Tier II Gold Medal in the Senior High Female ‘B’ division.  The girls played fantastic and worked hard to beat Gonzaga in straight sets Saturday evening.

The Senior Boys and the Junior Girls made tier I after Friday night’s games but failed to advance to the semi finals.  The Junior boys (7 & Under) finished 3rd in their division.  all teams played great and represented the school well!

Thank you to Mr. Abbott, Ms. Parrott, Ms. Hansford, Mrs. Smith, and Mr. Cook for your efforts!  The teams would never travel without you!

GO CRUSADERS!!!