Tuesday May 23, 2017

                                                            Daily Announcements

Tuesday May 24, 2017                     Advisory today          CAFETERIA Sushi/Yam Tempura/Salads/Cookies

ISP MEETING – There will be a MANDATORY ISP meeting  tomorrow May 24th in the Theatre during focus.  Attendance will be taken.

COPS FOR CANCER- meeting today at lunch in the big gym.  All students please come and vote for your C4C Campaign Leaders!” C4C is a wonderful way to connect with students and staff in an environment outside of the classroom.  So if you’ve been waiting for an opportunity to get involved, here is your chance!   It would be greatly appreciated as well, if you could inform your advisory students of this meeting.

“Water is Life” Exchange  – Oak Bay High School (Canada)  & Maurick College (Netherlands)- Interested in the Exchange and want to hear more?

Come to Mr. Shrubsole’s room (#233) on Thursday June 1st at Lunch                  Questions? Email djshrubsole@sd61.bc.ca

Oak Bay High 4TH. ANNUAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL –    Oak Bay High Film & Television is happy to announce our 4th short film festival on Friday June 9, 2017.  You have time to work on your entries. They are open to all Oak Bay students.  Entries must be no longer than 7 minutes and can be any category/genre.  Entries must submitted by  FRIDAY June 2.  See Mr. Laird for details.

 The student introduction and survey link:   Hello, we are two Oak Bay students who are working on a project in a course called the Global Intercultural Skills Program. Our goal is to understand how students from different cultures communicate and learn with and from each other at our school. From the information we collect in this survey, we hope to know how to promote intercultural awareness and help build a more intercultural environment at Oak Bay.       In this survey, we define being inter-culturally aware as not only understanding our own culture but also appreciating and respecting other cultural beliefs, values, and perceptions. An intercultural environment is a place where people from all cultures are appreciated and respected.            https://goo.gl/forms/sQMocxn2o4LW5SUh1

 CAREER CENTRE-  CAREER CENTRE–  Dual Credit Psychology  or Geography Next Year  – All applications for Dual Credit Psychology and Geography are due into Mrs. Giesbrecht by the end of day this Friday May 26th.

  * Volunteer & Job Opportunity – Royal Soccer Club is looking for summer camp volunteers and employees this summer.  To apply or learn more about the program please go to www.royalsoccer.com

 Looking for a special volunteer experience? Volunteer with iCan Bike     July 10-14 at Oak Bay High School (half-day shifts—morning or afternoon)     The iCan Bike Camp teaches children with cognitive and/or physical challenges how to ride a conventional two-wheeled bike. Queen Alexandra Centre is seeking physically fit volunteers age 16+ who are eager to help a child or youth with special needs to learn to ride a two-wheeled bike and to make this year’s camp a success. More information is available in the Career Centre.

*Job Opportunity –  Oak Bay resident is looking for a gardener.  The hours will be flexible, evenings and weekends.  You will earn $12.00/hr.  See Mrs. Giesbrecht if you are interested.