Monday November 5, 2018

posted Nov 5, 2018, 6:14 AM by Yvonne Holbrook

·         Are you interested in joining a Relay Committee this year?  Come to room 126 and pick up an application.  All Relay Committee applications are due at 3:00 pm in room 126 today.

 

·         Attention Table Tennis Club members:  due to our tournament Wednesday after school in the café there will be no meeting today.

 

·         There will be a 5 minute meeting for all female business SHSM students in room 237 today after school. 

 

·         Come down to the atrium to buy your poppy and write about why you remember.

 

·         Last Friday our Jr girls basketball team traveled to White Oaks for semi-final action.  Our Devils came out strong and competed hard against the Wildcats.  Both teams went back and forth holding a lead but the Wildcats capitalized on a couple OT turnovers and took the final lead and win with a score of 21-17.  Each OT player is to be commended for their offensive and defensive efforts and for having a successful season.

 

·         Students in Link Crew that have signed up to assist at Grade 8 parent info night; please see Mrs O’Hara in guidance today.

 

·         The November issue of the Devil’s Advocate OT’s favourite newspaper is out.  Come grab your free copy from the library today.

 

·         Cross Country team members are reminded to sign up on google cloud for this Wednesday’s  season ending team party.

 

·           In 2016, the first week of November became marked as Treaty Recognition Week.  The purpose of this week was to honour the importance of treaties and to help Ontarians learn about the treaty rights and treaty relationships between Indigenous groups and the government.  To that end we will be having an announcement each day to honour Treaty recognition week.  We have also flown the flag of the Mississaugas of the Credit, who are our local treaty partner, and every school in Halton has posted a plaque that displays the honouring of the land statement as well as a map that marks the various treaty lands in Ontario.

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