November 2nd, 2017
- CAFETERIA – Gourmet Hot Dogs/Fresh Baked Goodies
- NUTTY’S LOCKER – OPEN
The Oak Bay Girls Development Field Hockey Team had a great season. The athletes won their league standings with a 7 win, zero loss record and ended the season with a third place finish at the Tier 2 Island Championships. Congratulations to all the girls on a fantastic season.
All club leaders please send pictures of your club and club meeting information to email@example.com so it can be put on the counselling board for all students to see.
Athletes of the Month
|MONTH||JUNIOR GIRL||SENIOR BOY||JUNIOR BOY||SENIOR GIRL|
|SEPTEMBER||Tessa May||Lucas Hunter Hatten||Max Abercrombie||Erin Mutch|
|OCTOBER||Kiana Higuchi||Ben Johannknecht||Kincaid White||Annika Weir|
We will be installing 30-40 study carrels throughout the school on Friday. If there is a specific site where you would like a carrel placed, please contact Ms. Sherstobitoff.
In honour of the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), The Cultural Connection Club is hosting a gathering on Friday, November 3rd after school in the cafeteria for the school. There will be food, drinks and music. Everyone is welcome to attend.
The following students have AGENDAS to pick up, please see Mrs. Adams in the accounts office.
Jonathan Brioschi Sara Brioschi
Jacob Butler Zachariah Charlesworth
Benjamin Collins Eric Hasegawa
Jean-Luc Daigle James Martell
Alexandra Guarasci Abbe McCutcheon
Lucas Keirns Liam Wilson
Jimin Lee Joseph Stafford-Veale
Zoe Mathers Ethan Spratt
James McGhie Jasper Rye
Shannon McMillan Yuhan Zhang
All staff and students – please consider joining us NOVEMBER 23 for our “Salute to the Saloon Singers” Concert featuring Joe Coughlin on our Dave Dunnet Theatre. Show starts at 7:30, you can purchase tickets here at Oak Bay and all proceeds go towards our Sno’uyutth Legacy Scholarship fund.
Students who wish to order a yearbook can do so until November 10 at a cost of $55. Yearbooks can be paid for through the school’s online fee payment system. Click the “Online Fee Payment” button on the school website or click here.
Anyone looking for volunteer hours, we are looking for Peer Tutors. Please see Mrs. Kinnear in room 313 if you are interested
Sign up for Battle of the Bands! Details and sign-up sheet outside the Blackbox.
The 9th Annual Gingerbread Showcase needs Ambassadors!
Are you looking to get into the holiday spirit while you help Habitat Victoria raise funds to build homes for local lower income families? Are you 16 or older? We have over 350 volunteer spaces to be filled at Victoria’s premier festive event, the Gingerbread Showcase which runs from November 18, 2017 to January 2, 2018. During a three-hour shift you will be welcoming some of the 25,000+ visitors who will come to The Parkside Hotel & Spa to vote for their favourite elaborate, completely edible creation while making a donation to our charity. On-site training will be offered November 17 and 18. Sign up on your own or with a friend for one or many shifts!
Learn more about the Gingerbread Showcase.
Click here to sign up and choose your shift(s) as an Ambassador: http://signup.com/go/KcAByuo No password required!
Click here to choose a spot in one of two ambassador orientations: http://signup.com/go/EnoCGrT No password required!
Volunteer to teach seniors in our community about basis computer skills two Saturday per term (Fall & Spring). The positions available are Session Leader, Session Assistant and Public communications Coordinator. Please see Mrs. Giesbrecht or either of the attached links on how to get involved. http://bit.ly/UVicSeniors Or https://www.uvic.ca/engineering/computerscience/home/news/current/seniors-program.php
Grad 2018 News
TRANSCRIPT Information: You can access your transcript online now, to see information for yourself or for picking post-secondary institutions to order and send to. No need to have a paper copy now J. Go to the Ministry of Education’s Transcripts and Certificate website at http://www.StudentTranscripts.gov.bc.ca. If you have any questions go and see Mr. Alexander or Mrs. Giesbrecht.