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Grad Photos 2014

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Congratulations Class of 2014

Congratulations to the Peacock Collegiate Class of 2014!  To those students who are returning next year in grade 9 through 11 we hope you have a wonderful summer holiday! See you on Tuesday, September 2. 

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Graduation Cap & Gown Ceremony

graduation imageThe Cap & Gown 2014 ceremony is only a couple of weeks away. This year the ceremony takes place on Friday, June 27th at 9:30am at the Hillcrest Apostolic Church.

Attached is a copy of the letter that was sent home with grade 12's two weeks ago. 

 
Final Music Concert

The final music concert for the year will take place on Tuesday, June 17th at 7:00pm in the auditorium.

This will be the final public performance of our band and choir for the year. We hope to see you there! 

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Shattering the Stigma

Hughes will speak on Monday at 10:30 a.m. at Peacock Collegiate for the school's over 700 students.

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Clara Hughes, a six-time Olympic medalist in speed skating and cycling, is tied with fellow Winnipeg native Cindy Klassen for the most Olympic medals by a Canadian. Despite her success, however, Hughes has struggled with depression — and since her retirement, she has become an advocate for eliminating the stigma around mental illness through Bell Let's Talk.

For the last 11 weeks Hughes has taken her message on the road with Clara's Big Ride, an over 110 day bike ride visiting 95 communities across the country. On Sunday she will be sharing her message with Moose Jaw residents at the Big Ride Community BBQ at Wakamow-Kiwanis speed skating oval. The event runs from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. and will feature talks from Hughes and Chief Alan Lye, of 15 Wing Moose Jaw, who has also suffered with mental illness.

"It's about being seen and going from community to community and telling people you don't need to be ashamed of this," said Captain Susan Magill, 15 Wing Public Affairs Officer, about the Big Ride. "This is not something we need to hide. Hiding this is not going to help heal it. You need to be open about it and share it. There should be no stigma or shame attached to mental health."

Courtesy the Moose Jaw Times Herald, June 6, 2014

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Chasing a Provincial Medal

Nolan Thoroughgood has been in this situation twice before, but he is nervous.

“Actually, my nerves have been a little bit more recently,” he said. “My times this year … I am not quite happy with them. I haven’t been giving out the times I would like.”

Thoroughgood was at Gutheridge Field on Thursday afternoon getting in some final reps prior to the Saskatchewan High School Athletic Association provincial track and field championship.

He will be on the track by mid-afternoon competing in the senior boys 400m dash event.

All the action begins this morning at 9 a.m. at Gutheridge Field and runs until Saturday at 7 p.m.

Courtesy the Moose Jaw Times Herald, June 6, 2014

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A Sweet Victory

It has been 16 years since Peacock athletes have been able to hoist the team trophy over their heads.

That changed on Wednesday as Peacock came in first place in the team standings at the Moose Jaw section track and field meet.

The sunburnt athletes dressed in orange and green celebrated with a team picture at the finish line at Gutheridge Field and then took a victory lap around the track.

“These kids are so deserving,” stated Renee Verge, track coach. “It has been a banner year, athletically for Peacock —both within our leagues and provincially.

“To end off with a city championship that we haven’t had since 1998 in a sport that requires the largest amount of kids to win, is just such a fitting ending athletically to what has happened this year.”

Peacock had 62 athletes that competed at the event, which helped them reach 1,107 total points to take the trophy away from Vanier who has won for the past seven straight years.

Courtesy the Moose Jaw Times Herald, May 21, 2014

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