Tuesday May 31, 2016

posted May 31, 2016, 7:19 AM by Oakville Trafalgar   [ updated May 31, 2016, 7:19 AM by Andrew Bigham ‎[Staff]‎ ]


·         It was an offensive parade yesterday for the boys baseball team in their Halton quarter final yesterday against Craig Kielburger.  After scoring 17 runs in the first 2 innings, they forced the Spartans to a mercy win by a score of 18-0 in the bottom of the third inning.  The boys advance to the semi- finals on Thursday which will be played at Oakville Park at 3:00.


·         Today is the last day to bring in spare change to y our 5th period class for We Create Change.  The winning class will receive a pizza party and every class who raises $100 or more will win a prize.  Help us build a well in India and bring in your change.


·         The rest of the Wellspring activities are happening tomorrow and this week.  Give song requests for the library and sign up for Ms Hume’s yoga session today in the atrium.  Many teachers will be in costumes, Mr Fotheringham will even redo his unicycle challenge and more!


·         Bike lanes, multi-purpose trails and side roads are your best friend when whizzing past OT’s car traffic.  Celebrate bike to school week by riding your bike throughout this week.


·         Attention all skiers and snowboarders:   your Banff deposit is due on cashless by tomorrow night.


·         The Music Banquet is today after school in the Cafeteria.  If you played in a band or sang in a vocal come out and celebrate this year with us.  If you would like pizza bring $5.00.  We should be finished by 4:20.


·         Have you ever dreamed of seeing France?  Climbing the Eiffel Tower and strolling through the Louvre.  Do you remember Grade 10 History class learning about World War One and World War Two?  If either of these ring true for you then listen up:  Next March OT will be travelling to France to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge.  Students will visit battlefields from both world wars as well as spending a couple of days in Paris.  Capping the trip will be a two day, three night stop- over in Iceland where students will visit volcanic fields and the remarkable geography of the small island nation.  If you are interested in learning more please attend a Parent Information night this Thursday at 6:30 in the Library.