September 12th, 2022
Photo Day – Tuesday, September 13th.
Rowing Team – there is a dryland rowing practice after school today, meet in the school weight room. It’s not too late to start rowing, scan the QR code on the rowing posters around the school, or ask a friend who has joined the team.
Any students who are signed up for Community Leadership and missed this mornings class please fill out the form in Ms. Simpson’s drawer. Next class is Wednesday 8am in the Library
Everyone wanting to be involved in the Senior Musical “Chicago” please come to a short meeting, Wednesday after school in the theatre.
Attention all Dancers:
Dance troupe: your introductory meeting will be TODAY at lunch in the dance studio.
Hiphop crew and mini squad: your introductory meeting will be Tuesday, September 13 in the dance studio.
Yoga and meditation: your first introductory meeting will be Wednesday, September 14 at lunch in the dance studio.
Grade 12’s – the first Scholarship Prep class will be Monday OR Wednesday after school in the cafeteria. The class will meet every 2nd week. All grade 12’s are welcome, regardless of whether you signed up for the class. I encourage you to drop by to start planning for the year.
Tennis Club: Brief meeting 309 Friday 16th at lunch. Students can join anytime. The tennis club is open to all students and staff. We meet Thursday morning from 8am until 8:45 Space is limited and players must sign up each week. If there is enough interest we will look to adding another day. gc code: 5eb5vbe
Would you like to complete your math class outside the timetable or would you like to complete 2 math classes in one year at your own pace?
Come to a brief meeting at lunch in 309. You can join or stop AMP math anytime. You can work at your own pace and learn through the summer and even into next year in some cases. You can sign up for AMP (Sign Up) and sign up for google classroom here
If you are taking Career Life Education 11 On-Line here at Oak Bay, there will be required Orientation Meetings beginning on Monday at lunch in Room 304.
Please attend on the day listed below according to the letter your Last Name begins with:
Monday, Sept. 13: A-J
Tuesday, Sept. 14: K-R
Wednesday, Sept. 15: S-Z
Please Note: You must attend an orientation meeting in order to gain access to course materials. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Taggart in Room 304.
Just a reminder to all indigenous students, the Indigenous Students Society meets every Wednesday at lunch in the Indigenous room. All indigenous students are welcome to stop by at any time in the year.
The girls tier 2 Field Hockey team is looking for more players! No experience is necessary to sign up! Bring your friends and sign up for a fun season of field hockey. Sign up sheet is in the office
Here are the details, below, for our JPod Junior Ultimate Fall Skills and Scrimmage Sessions! They will be at Reynolds Park on Sunday afternoons.
JPod Junior Ultimate Fall Skills and Scrimmage Sessions!
JPod Junior Ultimate is a new club ultimate team in Victoria, BC, led by former Canadian Junior National Coach and certified leadership coach, Geoff Urton.
This autumn, Geoff is leading skill development and scrimmage sessions to develop players’ abilities over the off-season in preparation for their high school and summer club seasons. These sessions are for players in grades 8-12 of any ability, wanting to learn new skills and improve their play in this sport so they can begin their school team seasons with confidence and enthusiasm. Each session will focus on a specific skill (e.g. handling, cutting, hucking) and will include a scrimmage.
Sessions will be held on Sundays from 3:15-4:45pm at Reynolds Park (3928 Lasalle St). Note that this is not Reynolds Highschool, but is the city park around the corner.
Sessions will run from September 11th-November 27th, with the possible exception of Thanksgiving Weekend (Oct 9th). If we experience cancellations due to weather, we will attempt to schedule additional sessions into December, also weather dependent. It is not required for players to be at every session, and players will be able to join the series after the first session without any issues.
Players should bring cleats, water, light and dark coloured shirts, and a disc if they have one.
The registration fee is $100. We are committed to affordability not being a barrier to playing ultimate frisbee, so any family can request a subsidy up to the full fee by emailing Geoff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please complete the form here to register. All fees can be paid by e-transfer to the same email address, and please feel free to contact Geoff with any questions. Let’s play some ultimate!