Tuesday January 31, 2017

Daily Announcements

Tuesday January 31, 2017                                                 CAFETERIA – Sushi/Yam Tempura and Salads

SCHOOL MUSICAL – “Legally Blonde” tickets are on sale starting today in the office. Dates are: Feb. 24,25,26, Mar. 1, 2, 3 & 4.  Times are:  7:30 pm, Matinee is Feb. 26 at 2:00 pm.

 NUTTY’S LOCKER will be open this Friday at lunch.  Come and check out the Oak Bay swag.

 VALEDICTORIAN CANDIDATES – there is a mandatory meeting at lunch Wednesday, Feb. 1st on the stage.

 2017 YEARBOOK  Grad Write ups: Grade 12’s please submit your grad write up TODAY!. for the 2017 Oak Bay Yearbook. The write up must be a maximum of 100 words.  Go to bit.ly/gradwriteup2017​ to submit your entry.  Your write up may include anything you would like, a quote, well-wishes, memories, etc. The write up must be a maximum of 60 words, or will need to be edited by yearbook staff. If you have any questions, or concerns please email Tessa Kubicek at tkubicek@sd61.bc.ca

 JR. B GIRLS BASKETBALL – Jr. B Girls defeated Claremont 53-20 last night.  On Wednesday they play Mt. Doug for 1st place in their division.  GO BAYS!

ATTENTION TENNIS PLAYERS – Oak Bay Tennis Tryouts begin Feb. 6th, 10th and 13th in the morning in the Tennis Bubble.  New players are welcomed and needed.

This week – ADVISORY CHALLENGE –  This is the second week of our “Advisory Challenge”.  Invite someone from school to lunch or to study with who you don’t normally spend time with.  Any questions contact Chase and/or Rachel your Peer Counsellors at oakbayhighpc@gmail.com

 Please pick-up – MountainWest Grad photo proof packages in the office for: Christian Dale Tolete

CAREER CENTRE  * Attention Grade 11 Science students. The applications have opened up for the Trev. & Joyce Deeley Research Centre Internship Program.  This is an opportunity to explore cancer research right here in Victoria, at the BC Cancer Agency.  An overall 85%  projected average in Biology 11 or 12 and any two of math, chemistry or physics is required.  Students will work full time hours for 8 weeks during the summer.  A $3000 bursary toward post-secondary education will be awarded to each student who successfully completes the 8 week program.  For more information please see Mrs. Giesbrecht, Mr. Carmichael, Mr. Atkinson or Mr. Shrubsole.  Applications are the Career Centre.