October 31st, 2022
Monday – Ali Baba Pizza – $3.00/slice
Tuesday – OPA Chicken or Falafel Pita Wrap – $8.00
Wednesday – Ali Baba Pizza – $3.00/slice
Thursday – Bon Sushi (Veggie or California Roll) – $6.00
Friday – CLOSED
Reminder to all staff and students to check out the Career Connections Expo sneak peek under quick links on the Oak Bay High website for a list of upcoming speakers.
Senior Girl’s Basketball tryouts are Monday after school in the Small gym.
Amos Scott Bouris won the Jelly Bean Guessing Contest with the closest vote of 664. Come and get your prize today at lunch in the office
Students, please check the Numeracy & Literacy Assessment lists posted outside the office and Cafeteria for you to see when and where you will be writing. Make sure to check both lists, you might be writing 2 assessments.
TODAY there will be Halloween Cookie Decorating in the Cafeteria at lunch. Everyone is welcome to come to decorate a free sugar cookie. Hope to see everyone there.
Grade 12’s – January 2023: Camosun Early Learning and Care Program offering the following Dual Credit Courses to students in School Districts 61, 62, 63 and 64
Health 111 – Online delivery; Tuesdays, 6:00pm – 9:00pm (January 10th – April 11th)
ELC 110 – Perspectives on Child Development: Classes at Camosun Interurban Campus; Fridays, 3pm – 6pm (January 13 – April 14th)
For more information please click https://oakbaycareercentre.weebly.com/health-111–elc-110.html
See Ms. Giesbrecht in the Career Centre to apply.
Career Centre – University Info Sessions
Oct. 31st – Camosun Nursing Info Session via zoom @ lunch in the Career Centre
Nov. 1st – Gustavson School of Business UVIC @ lunch in the Career Centre
Nov. 2nd – University of Alberta @ lunch in the Career Centre
Nov. 3rd – University of Calgary @lunch in the Career Centre
Nov. 3rd – University of Toronto from 6-7:30 pm at St. Michaels University School (see the poster at this link) https://oakbaycareercentre.weebly.com/university-fairs–info-sessions.html
Nov. 4th – Toronto Metropolitan University (Ryerson) @ 11:35 am in the Career Centre
Nov. 5th – KPU is hosting a National Portfolio Day from 11-3 pm. Preregister for the free event HERE
Nov. 7th – Pacific Design Academy @ lunch in the Career Centre
Nov. 8th – UBC Medical Info session @ lunch in the Career Centre UBC MD Ambassador Outreach Program
Nov. 16th – Dalhousie @ lunch in the Career Centre
Dec. 5th – Guelph University @ lunch in the Career Centre
Have you thought about becoming a Police Officer?
Police Camp is back! It will take place the first week of Spring Break (March 18th to 25th) and is open to grade 10, 11 and 12. Police Camp is a unique youth leadership program providing high school students the opportunity to grow their personal and team leadership skills through a policing, public safety, and public service lens. Over eight days, students will be involved in classroom lectures discussing a wide variety of topics, be led through challenging daily physical training and activity, participate in day and night simulations, practice drill instruction, learn social responsibility and life skills, and much more. As students build self-confidence and interpersonal relations with their peers in a team-based environment, they will also build long-term connections with members of our police services. Please see Ms. Giesbrecht in the Career Centre for an application.
For students considering the Bachelor of Commerce program - The Peter B Gustavson School of Business will be holding virtual information sessions every Wednesday evening between now and December 1st. Students can visit the Gustavson School of Business site to register for a session and can email email@example.com with any questions related to these sessions.
The School of Business will also be hosting a few specific events that proved extraordinarily popular the last time they were offered. The dates/times of these events are as follows:
“Adulting 101: Personal Finance for Students Planning for College & University” – November 17th at 6pm.
“Entrepreneurship 101: What Makes a Good Side-Hustle?” on November 22nd at 6pm.
Registration is open now and available here.
Havan Virtual Career Expo for women – Virtual Construction Career Expo Nov. 1, 11am – 7pm, with the platform remaining open through Saturday, November 5. The LIVE day will feature panel discussions from 4pm – 7pm, featuring women currently working in the industry. Register Here
House of Commons Page Program – Recruiting 40 bilingual students graduating from high school to participate. Apps due Nov. 6. Are you interested in becoming a page and being part of an unforgettable year-long experience? The page program hires a new cohort of 40 students annually. (Grade 12’s may apply) Its recruitment campaign begins every September, and those applying must be looking to enroll in their first year of university or college the following September.
University of Toronto is holding a Student Information Session in Victoria on Thursday, November 3.
They will have representatives from all undergraduate divisions available to answer all of your questions about programs, student life, and applying.
Thursday, November 3 at 6:00 PM until 7:30 PM
St. Michaels University School
3400 Richmond Rd, Victoria BC
REGISTER FOR OUR PROSPECTIVE STUDENT INFO SESSION
Camosun College School of Business is hosting a LIVE Information Session from 6:00-7:30pm next Thursday Oct. 27th in the Centre for Business and Access CBA 219. Tim Kemp and Troy Dunning will start with a ppt. session in CBA 219 and then invite all attendees to walk to the atrium of the Business School where all six program areas will have faculty, program administrators, past program graduates and/or current students to answer questions from prospective students or families. FREE refreshments will be served.
Register by emailing the School of Business, firstname.lastname@example.org
This year, the UBC Sauder School of Business is hosting an in-person information session for students and family members interested in the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) program. The UBC Sauder BCom Fall Preview information session is an opportunity to learn more about the admissions process and offers a first look at student life in the program.
We kindly ask that you share the following details with your students.
Event Name: UBC Sauder BCom Fall Preview information session
Date & Time: Saturday November 5, from 9:00am– 12:30pm
Location: Henry Angus Building at UBC Vancouver (map)
Registration is required. Please register at sauder.ubc.ca/event/fall-preview-2022
The Mustard Seed is looking for volunteers to gift wrap, distribute hampers, serve meals and more leading up to the holidays! Click the link to get more information https://oakbaycareercentre.weebly.com/job–volunteer
The Volunteer Coordinator for Baptist Housing is looking for volunteers who would like to volunteer regularly though the year. Baptist Housing operates Shannon Oaks an independent living seniors home (just opposite Save on Foods), and Marion Village an Assisted Living/Independent Living community opposite Oak Bay Rec Center. Students would help with activities, or with technology assistance. They are also looking for performance level musicians. Would you like to Volunteer with Baptist Housing?
Click HERE to apply or www.baptisthousing.org
New Job Opportunities https://oakbaycareercentre.weebly.com/job–volunteer @ Willow King Spa and Broadmead Care.
Campus Nissan Victoria is hiring a part-time Receptionist. Please click the link for more information about hours and on how to apply. https://oakbaycareercentre.weebly.com/job–volunteer