Monday February 10, 2020

posted Feb 10, 2020, 6:25 AM by Yvonne Holbrook

 

·         This past weekend the Varsity boys’ hockey team traveled to Toronto to participate in the Great Canadian Hockey Classic.  The team finished with a 1-2-1 record and failed to advance to the play-off rounds. 

 

·         This past weekend our DECA team competed at Provincials in Toronto.  Many students received awards for their achievements.  A special shout out goes to our grade 9’s, Jeffrey Klinck and Rohan Naik for winning awards at their first competition. Congratulations to all on an amazing season!

 

·         Its Marker Monday!  The Pen Drive is happening today during periods 3 & 4 in the atrium.  We will be collecting used pens, mechanical pencils, highlighters and markers that have run out of ink.  Students and staff are invited to participate.  Recycle your used pens by this Thursday for a chance to win prizes and gift cards from Indigo, Metro, Kind Matter Company, David’s Tea and LL Bean.

 

·         Attention Music Students:  if you ordered a music hoodie they are here.  Come pick yours up in the music room.

 

·         A reminder to all rugby players to hand forms into Mr Schaffler.  Also check Google Classroom for tryouts.

 

·         This week Soldier On will be selling Valentine’s candy grams in the atrium.  From today to Thursday you will have a chance to purchase candy grams for your friends; on Thursday we will distribute them.  All proceeds go to our Veterans.  Also, all Soldier On members are reminded that tomorrow is our next meeting in room 204 after school.  We will be discussing exec applications, this week’s candy gram fundraiser and the raffle fundraiser.

 

·         Do you want to start the month and semester off right?  OT’s favorite newspaper, The Devil’s Advocate, will do just that.  Come down tot the library or check the library website for your free copy.

 

·         Need a summer job?  Need work experience that will put you ahead of the rest?  The Halton Regional Police Service offers the Youth in Policing Initiative ( Y.I.P.I. ) Program. Y.I.P.I. is an eight week paid employment program with the Halton Regional Police Service for high school students.  If you are between 15 and 17 years old and returning to a Halton High school in September you should check out the application on line.  Just go to the Halton Regional Police website and check it out to see if it’s for you.

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