November 8th, 2017
- CAFETERIA – Pad Thai/Fresh Baked Goodies
- NUTTY’S LOCKER – CLOSED
Thursday, November 9th – Team Planning – No Block 3
- STUDY HALL – Library and Cafeteria
- 8:25 – 9:21 – Team Planning
- 9:26- 10:22 – Block 8
- 10:27 – 11:07 – Focus Block
- 11:12 – 12:08 – Block 1
- 12:08 – 12:56 – LUNCH
- 1:01 -1:57 – Block 2
- 2:03 – 2:59 – Block 4
There will be a meeting TOMORROW at lunch in the small gym for all swimming provincial qualifiers.
Would you like to explore Aviation as a career? School District 61 along with Viking Air will host a day of exploring the world of aviation (manufacturing, inspecting, engineering, marketing, flying, etc.) at Viking Air through interactive and hands-on activities Friday November 24th from 9:00am-1:30pm. NOTE: this is a Pro D Day. Seats are very limited and applications are due in to Mrs. Giesbrecht on or before Nov. 17th. Applications can be found in the Career Centre.
Queens University will be in the Career Centre Thursday November 9th at lunch to discuss the university in general as well as international opportunities they offer.
- Senior Concert Choir Men and Women today at lunch! Important rehearsal in preparation for Remembrance Day Assembly on Friday
- NO MEN’S CHOIR THURSDAY BEFORE SCHOOL
- Senior Concert Choir Men and Women rehearsal FRIDAY 7:30AM IN THE CHOIR ROOM.
All grade 9 students are invited to come to the grade 9 breakfast during study hall in the Cafeteria `-TOMORROW at 8:30 am. There will be door prizes, free food and new friends.
Students who wish to order a yearbook can do so until FRIDAY, November 10 at a cost of $55. Yearbooks can be paid for through the school’s online fee payment system. Click the “Online Fee Payment” button on the school website or click here.
- Bring your resume and meet our team! We will be hiring for various positions including,
Cashier, Deli Clerk, Grocery Clerk, Sandwich Bar Clerk and Produce Clerk
- DATE: Saturday November 18th
- TIME: 10am-4pm
- LOCATION:New Horizons Senior Centre
234 Menzies Street
PART TIME JOBS
- Footlocker @ Mayfair Shopping Centre is looking for a Sales Associate
- Michaels at Uptown is looking for a Cashier
- H&M at Uptown is looking for a Sales Associate
- Sephora at Mayfair is looking for a temporary/seasonal Cashier
- Hotel Grand Pacific is looking for a Room Service Server
- Montana’s at Tillicum Mall is looking for servers and hosts
- Silver City Theatre is currently looking for part-time help. Go to their website for information and to apply
- Cakes Etc. is looking for a dishwasher/general help. Drop off your resume to 2821 Quesnel Street
Hello Oak Bay Nation! We have handed out shoe boxes to each Advisory. If you have the time to donate anything to the children in need who are not as fortunate as we are, it would be very appreciative. Remember the deadline is in 2 weeks so make sure you get things in. Thank You
The Jr. Boys Volleyball Team had a very strong showing at the Lower Island Championships.
The team finished in 2nd Place and were very solid throughout this tournament, They were defeated by Claremont in the finals, are now off to the Island Championships this weekend.
The Oak Bay Cross Country team captured both the boys and girls provincial titles on Saturday, November 4th at Jericho Beach in Vancouver. Leading the Oak Bay charge for the girls team was grade 12 standout Justine Stecko who captured the individual gold medal, finishing well clear of the rest of the field. Also scoring for the victorious Oak Bay team were grade 11 Alisa Lyesina in 20th place, grade 11 Sarah Bryan in 21st place and grade 12 Cara Butler in 37th place. Non scoring team members were grade 10 Delaney Chan in 40th place, grade 12 Lily Maric in 44th place and Mathilda Schuck in 158th. Oak Bay scored 43 points to defeat defending champion Sentinel Secondary of North Vancouver who scored 56 points. Revelstoke Secondary won the bronze team medal. A total of 242 runners and 27 teams competed in the senior girls 4.6 km race.
The Oak Bay boys team won their third consecutive BC title upsetting pre-race favourite R.E. Mountain of Langley. The Oak Bays boys team’s scoring runners are all grade 11s and while they won the BC junior boys title last year, the team entered the championship as underdogs. Leading the way was Findlay Day, the Island Champion, in 11th place. Other scoring team members were Jack Boden in 22nd place, Michael Barber in 34th and Joe Robertson in 37th. Non scoring team members were grade 12 Ethan White in 138th and grade 11 Emmett Hodgins in 196th place. Oak Bay scored 67 points to win gold, R.E. Mountain scored 90 points to win silver and Reynolds scored 95 points to win the team bronze. A total of 233 runners and 27 teams competed in the senior boys 6.9 km race.
For the Oak Bay girls, it was their first BC championship title since 2009 and 12th title overall. For the Oak Bay boys it was their third consecutive BC title and 11th title overall. Both teams added one more title to their record number of BC high school cross country championships.
The Oak Bay junior boys team finished in 6th place and the junior girls finished in 16th place.
The following students have AGENDAS to pick up, please see Mrs. Adams in the accounts office.
Jonathan Brioschi Sara Brioschi
Jacob Butler Eric Hasegawa
Benjamin Collins Abbe McCutcheon
James Martell Liam Wilson
Alexandra Guarasci Lucas Keirns
Jimin Lee Jasper Rye
James McGhie Yuhan Zhang
All staff and students – please consider joining us NOVEMBER 23 for our “Salute to the Saloon Singers” Concert featuring Joe Coughlin on our Dave Dunnet Theatre. Show starts at 7:30, you can purchase tickets here at Oak Bay and all proceeds go towards our Sno’uyutth Legacy Scholarship fund.
Anyone looking for volunteer hours, we are looking for Peer Tutors. Please see Mrs. Kinnear in room 313 if you are interested.
Sign up for Battle of the Bands! Details and sign-up sheet outside the Blackbox.
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Grad 2018 News
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.
Queen’s University – Badar International Study “Castle” will be in the Career Centre on Thursday November 9th at lunch.