Monday December 5, 2016

posted Dec 5, 2016, 7:23 AM by Oakville Trafalgar   [ updated Dec 5, 2016, 7:23 AM by Andrew Bigham ‎[Staff]‎ ]

·         21 % of diseases in India are related to unclean water.  Help Free the Children build a well in India by bringing  your loose change into your period 5 class.  The class who raises the most money will win a pizza party and the classes that bring in over $100 will also win a prize.


·         Did you know that 44% of lesbian women experience physical violence and or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime?  On December 6th we wear white to condemn violence against women.


·         Attention all Soldier On members:  there will be an important meeting today after school in room 114.


·         Attention Concert Choir members:  there will be NO rehearsal after school today due to the staff meeting.


·         This past Friday our varsity boys hockey team traveled to Toronto to participate in the 37th Annual Brother Arthur Hockey Tournament .  In the second day of competition the Devils played the host school Del La Salle.  The arena was packed and proved to be a little too much and the boys dropped the game 4-1.  Scoring for the Devils was Liam Kealey.  The Devils played their last game against the top team Cresent College from Toronto.  The Devils found themselves down 2-0 but not out and worked their way back to a solid victory 4-2 .  Scoring for the Devils was Andrew Cornell and Liam Kealey with the hat trick.  The Devils next action is Tuesday when they will play Iroquois Ridge.


·         Our senior girls volleyball team travelled to STA for a tournament on Friday.  The girls played amazingly securing 1st in their pool and then going on to win Silver.  Congratulations girls!  Come watch our junior then senior girls volleyball after school today in our gym as they face off against Jean Vanier.


·         Attention all curlers:  this is a reminder that there is no curling tonight, Monday 5th, but there is curling this Wednesday December 7th.  Any questions see Mr Wilford or Ms Cameron.