Thursday May 30, 2019

posted May 30, 2019, 6:55 AM by Yvonne Holbrook ‎[Staff]‎

·         The results of the National Biology Competition are in:  A big congratulations to Harry Jin.  Harry scored 35th in the world.  That is in the top 99th percentile.  Way to go Harry!  If you competed in the Biology contest you can pick up your score from Ms Proctor.

 

·         If you would like to serve on Student Council next year, Friday is the last day to submit your applications.  Application packages are still available in the Library and the main office.  There will be a short meeting after school today in the library to discuss grade rep positions and responsibilities.  If you do not submit an application by Friday May 31st you will not be considered for RDC, so get your forms in and Be a Leader.

 

·         The Jr girls rugby team travelled to STA yesterday to compete in their final tournament of the season.  They were missing many players, but still managed some great rugby- finishing the tournament in second place.  Two winning tries scored by Natalie Mastrangelo- we couldn’t have won without her.  Hailey Jeffries and Ella Smyth passed their captaincy on to the first players Kathy Verth and Elle Gonsalves who will be leading the Jr girls to victory next year.  Great season ladies – your coaches are very proud.

 

·         Do you need volunteer hours?  Maplegrove Public School needs volunteers for their school fair on Wed June 5th from 4-8 PM.  Please see the OTHS website for details on how to sign up.

 

·         Congratulations to the Junior boys soccer team for making it to the Championship for the second year in a row.  In a phenomenal showing Ethan Mendes scored a hat trick. But three goals wasn’t enough, Anthony Testa and Tyler Dawson also scored.  This game and this season have truly been a team effort. 

 

·         A reminder to all Sr rugby players to pay  your OFSAA fees and hand in signed waivers to Mr Schaffler by today.

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