Wednesday May 27, 2015

posted May 27, 2015, 6:36 AM by Oakville Trafalgar   [ updated May 27, 2015, 6:36 AM by Andrew Bigham ]


·         Last night the Halton School Board hosted its annual Eddies Film Festival at the Burlington Performing Arts Center.  Congratulations goes out to Edward Mines, Lawrence Hsieh, and Harry Lester for their 1st place BEST DOCUMENTARY “OT’s Caretaker”.  The documentary was a grade 12 Comm Tech assignment looking at the life of our very own OT Head Caretaker Rick Leitch.  The boys would like to thank Mr Leitch for his time and contribution.  Edward Mines also won 2nd place for best action/adventure film.  Congratulations gentlemen.


·         A reminder that the senior boys rugby team plays in the GHAC final at OT on Thursday at 3 pm.  RDC will be selling freezies and we will be pumping up lots of spirit with posters and face paint tomorrow in the atrium.  Please come show your support and cheer them on.  Winner goes to OFSAA.


·         Congratulations to the junior boys rugby team on their 40-0 win over STA yesterday.  They now play in the Halton Finals tomorrow against Abbey Park.  Good Luck boys!


·         Attention all junior and senior tennis team members; we will have a season finale round robin and party tomorrow after school on the courts beside Maple Grove Arena.


·         Come down to the atrium today during your lunch to decorate your FREE luminary for Relay for Life.  That’s right the price was included in  your registration fee.  For every additional luminary you buy your team gets bonus points and a better shot at being a dream team!


·         Today is day 3 of Relay Spirit week.  Come down to the cafeteria to  play cake walk and join in on the fun.  It’s only $2.00 to play so don’t miss out.


·         Yesterday our senior girls rugby team clinched a berth at OFSAA with a clinical dissection that even Mr Rennie would be proud of.  The girls beat St Jean de Brebeuf 53-7.  Sadie Stephenson led the way with 4 tries.  Slats earned the game ball and Simone Olivera earned the hard hat.  Well done ladies!