Friday Sept 27, 2013

posted Sep 27, 2013, 7:04 AM by Oakville Trafalgar   [ updated Sep 27, 2013, 7:04 AM by Andrew Bigham ‎[Staff]‎ ]

·         Yesterday the JR girls basketball travelled to STA for league action and won 32 -21.


·         The Volunteer Roadshow is coming to the atrium today during the lunch periods.  Stop by and talk to representatives from 10 different community agencies to find out about opportunities that may be of interest to you.  All students require 40 hours of community involvement to graduate.  Visiting the Roadshow is a great way to get you started or finish off your hours.


·         Peru March 2014 participants; this is a reminder to get your deposit and the 3 forms into Ms Hume by Monday Sept 30th.  There will be a brief meeting in room 104 on Monday so you can submit the money and forms.  If unable to attend find Ms Hume in the Social Science office or Learning Resources.


·         Congratulations to the JR football team which won its 2nd game in a row 12 – 0.


·         Yesterday your SR boys’ football team was victorious against the Eagles of Abbey Park.


·         Attention Seussical Cast and Crew!  Check the drama board for the rehearsal schedule.   The schedule has also been email to you.  If you have concerns or issues with the rehearsal or schedule see Mrs Hanely in room 126.


·         Congratulations to the SR boys volleyball team for their third win this season.


·         Attention SR School Reach; there will be a practice tonight in room 232.


·         Our SR girls basketball team met STA yesterday and won 44 – 31. 


Do you have suggestions as to how we can make the school more comfortable for students who have recently arrived from other countries?  The first meeting of OT’s International Club will take place on Tues Oct 1st in the student success room – 128 @ 3:00.  This is an opportunity for international students to form a new group that will support the integration of new students to Canada and to OT.  Bring your ideas about making our school an even more welcoming place for every student