Tuesday October 18th. 2016 CAFETERIA – Sushi & Egg Salad Sandwiches
WE SCARE HUNGER FOOD DRIVE -The Me to We Club and Community Leadership is hosting a food drive for the Mustard Seed. Please bring non-perishable food items to the boxes outside the Library. There will be a “Can-struction” competition on Monday Oct. 31st. to see which team can stack the most cans. Sign-up sheet and more is in the office.
“WHERE’S NUTTY” IS BACK- the clue from Student Counsel this week is: “ Most of these have been replaced on a wall it is braced, take note and listen, don’t talk, you will find Nutty where you write in chalk!”
LEADERSHIP STUDENTS – Any leadership students interested in attending the Me to We Conference on Thursday November 3rd in Vancouver, please see Ms. Taggart today in Room 304 to pick up an application. Forms must be returned by THIS Wednesday, October 19th.
STUDENTS – if anyone has a bright yellow Leadership T-shirt at home, would you please return it to Ms. Taggart as soon as possible.
“OPEN MIC” – Open Mic night auditions, held on Thurs. Nov. 10th. after school on the Theatre. If interested join Oak Bay High’s Open Mic night Facebook page.
JUNIOR GIRLS BASKETBALL players: Tryouts for Junior Girls basketball will be held today Oct 18th. 5:00 – 6:30 (Big Gym), tomorrow- Wednesday Oct 19th. 3:30 – 5pm (Small Gym). See you in the gym! Lisa Green
CAREER CENTRE – MEI International Academy, ( High School Courses Abroad ) will be hosting an information session in Victoria on Oct 25th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Ocean Pointe Resort. Please RSVP here if you would like to attend. To learn more about MEI please go to their website at http://www.meiacademy.com/
***Reminder to all students who have signed up to write the PSAT that it is tomorrow morning(Wed.) at 8:00 am in the cafeteria.
*Careers Trades Transitions Information Evening Tonight at Spectrum Community Theatre, 957 Burnside Rd. W. from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Students and parents are invited to a presentation of career, trade, dual credit and transition opportunities. From work experience to trades programs to tuition-free post-secondary courses, a variety of district-wide career and transitional pathways will be discussed, with Q&A to follow.