Thursday March 10, 2016 Cafeteria – Gourmet Hot Dogs & Salads
Today- Thursday March 10 – Team Planning and Study Hall – No Block 8
STUDY HALLS – English/Social – Library Math/Science – Cafeteria
8:25 – 9:21 – Team Planning & Study Hall
9:26- 10:22 – Block 1
10:27 – 11:07 – Focus Block
11:12 – 12:08 – Block 2
12:08 – 12:56 – LUNCH
1:01 -1:57 – Block 3
2:03 – 2:59 – Block 4
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS – Would the following International students see Mrs. Rahn today to pick up medical cards: Eason Li, Ana Goncalves and Juanita Mesa.
BALLROOM DANCE CLUB – do the Jive, Cha Cha, Rumba, Tango and Quick Step! Come to the Dance Studio today at 3:15 – 4:00pm and Ballroom dance. All students welcome!
LOST AND FOUND – All lost and found items will be on display in the hall outside the office. Take only what belongs to you. This Friday the leftovers will be donated to WIN. Teachers may add to the table with any items left in their classroom.
OAK BAY SAILING CLUB – sailors please get your registration forms in to Mr. Schippers Room 312, by Friday or right after Spring Break Tuesday March 29th.
BCSPCA BAKE SALE – There will be a BCSPCA Bake Sale this Saturday March 12 – 10:00am 1:00pm in front of the Oak Bay Pharmasave. Bakers can receive volunteer hours for their baked goods. Please bring any items to room 304 by this Friday or drop off baked items at Parmasave between 9:30-10:00.
CAREER CENTRE – Would the following students please see Mrs. Giesbrecht in the Career Centre today at lunch Emma Barwick, Edward Down, Sydney Klein, Brayden Mitchell, Saisha Piercy, Jeremy Restall, Ally Ames, Victoria Callin, Georgie Carroll, Koby Greaves, Rachel Higgins, Stephanie Jung, Sophie Koloska, Jack Mulcahy, Athena Bulmer, Aleasha Callahan, Vienna Chen, Jack Denham, Kaelan Harrison, Courtney Huffman, Meghan Laikeas, Kieran Patenaude, Sarah Tang, Xin Yin Wang,
International Students – Tuan Minh Trinh, Hisayoshi Suekawa, Chavisa Ngamvithi, Tsz Wai Lau, Nitchamon Chuajedton Lixue Cheng & Macaerena Gonzalez.
*There are two great summer work experiences available for students from the Greater Victoria School District. 1. Moksha Yoga is looking for students interested in doing 32 hours of work experience in either July or August. You will need to commit to two 4 hour shifts per week for 4 weeks. Applicants must be 16 years of age. The studio is open all day, so shifts could include 10am – 2pm, 2-6pm or 6-10pm. 2. Belleville’s Premium Quality Watering Hole and Diner is offering a summer work experience opportunity for students interested in the Culinary and Hospitality Industry. Applicants must be 15 years old and available for 4 to 6 hour day, evening and/or weekend shifts. If you are interested in either of these opportunities please see Mrs. Giesbrecht in the Career Centre for an application. More detailed information on these two work experiences can be found on the Career Centre website.
*The Victoria Highland Games & Celtic Festival is looking for volunteers. There are lots of volunteering options. Something for everyone. Please come to the Career Centre to receive information on how to apply or go to http://victoriahighlandgames.com/games/participate/volunteers/
*A Sailor for a Day – Students who are 16 years old or older are invited to check out the waters with Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) MALAHAT’s unique “Sailor for a Day” program, on March 23, 2016. This program is specifically designed with secondary level students in mind and with the intention of promoting awareness for those who may be interested in a part-time career with the Royal Canadian Navy. This day will provide you with the following unique opportunities: · To experience the exhilarating operation of a Ridged Hull Inflatable Boa (RHIB) on the waters off Victoria. · To learn about the rich history of the Royal Canadian Navy and Navy Reserve. · Learn the practical skill sets in sea survival and life raft training in a pool setting. Please see Mrs. Giesbrecht for an application if you are interested.
BELLY BALL TOURNAMENT – April 4-7 at lunch -there will be a Belly-Ball Tournament in the big gym. The Sigh-Up sheet is in the office. $5. Per team (6-8 players) Prize for the winners.
C CRAIGFLOWER PROJECT – is collecting used or new books suitable for K – grade 5. Please hand in any suitable books to the boxes located on the first floor – Library and the Dance Studio. On the Second floor outside room 217 (Roberts). Ends tomorrow Friday March 11th. Thank you for providing books to our small friends.
THE NUT-HUT OPEN AT LUNCH TODAY -STUDENT STORE – Are you looking for Oak Bay Wear and accessories? The “NUT HUT” (in the Cafeteria) is open every Tuesday and Thursday at lunch The Business students have made an online order form for items available in the store (the Nut Hut). The link to the online order form is: http://www.bit.ly/obnuthut See the Oak Bay Web Site.