May 30th, 2018
- CAFETERIA -Pad Thai/Fresh Baked Goodies
- CAFETERIA WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY, JUNE 1st, 2018
- NUTTY’S LOCKER – CLOSED
Our Connect to Care group is hosting a Wellness Fair WEDNESDAY May 30 – in the cafeteria area starting at lunch and through periods 6 and 7. Please consider coming by over lunch or with your classes to check on wellness information from a variety of local organizations.
Are you feeling stressed? TODAY after school from 3:00-4:00pm on the rugby field come de-stress with dogs from the Pacific Animal Therapy Society. PLEASE DO NOT BRING YOUR OWN DOGS. We hope to see you there!
Yoga session on Thursday, June 7th in the Dance Studio after school starting from 4:30-5:30. We hope we can raise awareness for women in Afghanistan who experience oppression. There is no cost for participating in this event. However, we recommend you to bring $5-$10 for donations in order to support women in Afghanistan.
The GSA will host a FREE movie night on Thursday, May 31st at 6:30pm – The Imitation Game
Would the following students please come to the office for a message:
- Sydney Muir
- Henry Down
- Katie Muirhead
- Ewan McKenzie
Math 11 Numeracy sample exam. It is recommended that all grade 11 students complete the sample prior to Friday June 22nd. This will be completed during one block and a focus block during regular scheduled math blocks. Here is a support UPDATED LINK
Congrats to Valdi Alarie-Hill on his silver medal performance at the BC High School Decathlon Event for track & field.
Congratulations to the OB tennis Team. They finished 6th in the provincial championships this weekend.
Oak Bay Short Film Fest premieres again. Submissions of 5 minutes max being accepted until June 1st. Festival is Friday, June 8th during Focus. Any questions please see Mr. Laird.
Complete/Finish a Math Course this Summer with AMP: Are you interested in completing a course this summer? Please see Mr. Spray in 309 and fill out this form: Spring/Summer AMP PROGRAM
We took the Ultimate Frisbee team to the Senior Provincial Invitational on the weekend and they performed very well against some very experienced and skilled lower mainland teams. We went 2-1 on Saturday losing to top ranked Kitsilano 13-9 (after being way behind).
In our Sunday pooling we won our quarter against Earl Marriot 13-5 and then we were all encouraged as Mr. Cristante (our sponsor teacher) came to watch our semi-final against Burnaby Mountain. The kids battled hard and it was a 1 point game at half and we end up winning 12-10 in a time cap.
Our final was against an undefeated AR MacNeil team from Richmond who had won their quarter 13-1 and their semi 13-3. AR MacNeil went up early 5-2 but we managed to battle back to tie it 10-10 after some very long points and very good spirited play from both sides. AR MacNeil had a 6″4″ grade 12 student who ended up getting the game winning defensive block and they won 11-10 and took home the banner.
Given that we only had 1 grade 12 student (Jasmine Lambert), our team did extremely well and everyone is keeping their heads held high.
Jasmine, by the way, was awarded the female MVP award for all 6 of our games and was an excellent co-captain and leader all season long.
We are hoping to have one last game this Friday at 3:30 versus GlenLyon Norfolk.
Are you looking for a great summer job with flexible hours, great pay and a fantastic work environment?
If yes, then Tim Horton’s at Royal Jubilee Hospital would like to hear from you.
What we offer:
- Starting wage of $15/hr, $16.25/hr following probationary period.
- Flexible shifts starting from 5:30 a.m. Just fill out your availability form and we work around your schedule. (Including when you go back to school in September.)
- No late nights, unit closes at 9 p.m. M-F; 8 p.m. weekends and Stat holidays.
- Complete training with one of best QSR businesses in Canada.
What you need:
- You must be at least 16 years of age.
- You must have your Level 1, or Basic Food Safe Certificate (course available on line).
- You need two references (yes, you can use your teachers).
- Finally, a friendly outgoing personality and a willingness to learn are strong assets to have.
If interested in this job opportunity, please email your resume to:
Victoria Golf Club is hiring seasonal employees. Please click here for all the details or see the poster outside the Career Centre. https://oakbaycareercentre.weebly.com/work–volunteer
Looking for part time work in Victoria? Here is a link that shows many new opportunities. Home Depot, Staples, Browns Socialhouse, Footlocker, Subway and so much more. https://www.indeed.ca/jobs?q=part+time&l=Victoria%2C+BC&radius=15&fromage=last&start=20#
Playful Pencil Art Studio is looking for volunteers to help with delivering art programs to kids ages 7-13 in Oak Bay this summer! If you are going into grade 11 or 12, have some artistic skills and enjoy working with kids we’d love to hear from you! Work with Jodi to provide a fun and creative atmosphere for learning, friendship making and summer fun. Please contact Jodi for more information. Jodi@playfulpencil.ca / 778-265-2261
We are seeking volunteers for the Margaret Jenkins Spring Fair on June 8 (5-8pm) – any students who would like to volunteer please sign up via this link: https://tinyurl.com/yce9qgh5 In recent years, they have had students help with the cupcake walk, face painting and the recycling station.
Oaklands Sunset Market is looking for volunteers on Wednesdays from June 27th to August 29th. Hours vary between 1:00 pm – 10:00pm. Please see the attached link or the poster outside the Career Centre.
Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada is looking for volunteers on May 27th 2018 at Willow’s Beach Park. Please email Jenessa Noviello at firstname.lastname@example.org for call 250-388-6496 Ext. 7326 if you are interested.
Camp Pringle is seeking youth between the ages of 16-18 years of age to volunteer this summer as Counsellors in Training. If you are interested in volunteering a few weeks during the summer please contact Kezia Cowtan at 250-743-2189 or email www.camppringle.com
Grad 2018 News
Reminder to all grade 12’s…
Applications and information on both the Greater Victoria Scholarships and the District Authority Awards can be found in the Career Centre. Please see Ms. Giesbrecht or Mr. Alexander if you have any questions. Due date for all awards is June 8th except for the Stephanie Johnson scholarship which is due May 31st
TRANSCRIPT Information: You can access your transcript online now, to see information for yourself or for picking post-secondary institutions to order and send to. No need to have a paper copy now J. Go to the Ministry of Education’s Transcripts and Certificate website at http://www.StudentTranscripts.gov.bc.ca. If you have any questions go and see Mr. Alexander or Mrs. Giesbrecht.