Monday May 8, 2017

posted May 8, 2017, 7:44 AM by Oakville Trafalgar   [ updated May 8, 2017, 7:44 AM by Andrew Bigham ]

 

·         Coffee house is this Thursday; if you would like to perform this year please contact Matt Shimoda, Ian Greer, Javan Jiang or visit the RDC office during period 3 and 4 and let someone know.  So come out this Thursday for drinks, food and entertainment.

 

·         Students interested in getting a Team of 3 together to compete in our OT Math Contest should sign up outside the Math and Science office.  There are two divisions, Junior ( Grade 9 or 10) or Senior ( grade 11 or 12).  There is also an individual sign- up sheet for students wishing to be put on a team.  The contest will be held on Wednesday May 17th after school in room 216.  Top teams from OT will compete at the Halton Math Contest.

 

·         MADD will be holding an entire school assembly one week from today May 15.

 

·         The SOS Club will be bringing boxes to your 3rd and 4th period classes to collect  school supplies, books and other items. For every box you fill with supplies for First Nations Youth your class will be entered into a draw to win a pizza party.

 

·         All Relay for Life participants have a free luminary to decorate.  Come to the atrium on your lunch to decorate your luminary and honor  a loved one’s battle with cancer.

 

·         Already finished fundraising for Relay?  Come on Bank days to have your donations collected.  Open during period 3 & 4 in room 136, Monday –Wednesday during the first 3 weeks of May.  Check out  the posters around the school for more details.

 

·         Come out to Relay’s last fundraiser of the year tomorrow at b-good on Cornwall.  30% of the sales made between 6 -9 pm will go towards the Canadian Cancer Society.  There will be Luminary and daffodil pin sales being held as well, so come out and show your support.

 

·         Attention OT and Relay participants:  are you ready for Relay Olympics?  This Thursday May 11th period 3 & 4 we will be hosting games on the field including tug of war, water balloon games, ultimate Frisbee and many more.  Bring out  your team to the field and compete for points to become the All-Star Team.  It’s absolutely free and fun!

 

·         This past Friday our varsity girls soccer team traveled to Ancaster to participate in the Royals Invitational held at Redeemer College.  The team came out hard and won the first 3 games and did not give up a goal.  They defeated Cayuga, 4-0, 3-0 over Wsetmount Secondary and 3-0 over Holy Trinity of Brampton.  This put the Devils in the semi- finals against Dundas Valley.  It was a back and forth game with the Devils coming out on top 2-1.  This advanced them to finals against Waterdown High School.  Both teams played hard and could not capitalize on their chance at the end of regulation it was 0-0.  After overtime solved nothing they went to penalty shots where the Devils came out on top and won the Championship.  Tournament MVP  was the Devils goalkeeper Chloe Barltrop who only gave up one goal in 5 games.

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