Tuesday October 18, 2016

posted Oct 18, 2016, 7:17 AM by Oakville Trafalgar   [ updated Oct 18, 2016, 7:17 AM by Andrew Bigham ‎[Staff]‎ ]

·         Yesterday your junior boys volleyball team continued their winning streak with a dominant win over Bishop Reding.  Special mention goes out to Sam Stewart for his scorching serves and Nathan De Groodt for his impeccable passing.  Come out tomorrow at 4:45 to see the boys continue their winning streak against Kielberger.


·         Congrats to the Junior girls basketball team for a  hard fought victory.  The girls beat Jean Vanier 38 – 32 in overtime.  They tied the game with 4 seconds left in a great comeback.  Honourable mentions go to the strong  leadership of Emilie Demers, Annabel Child and Anja Devries.  Shout out to defensive standout Jaden Walker.


·         A reminder to all grade 10 -12 boys and girls interested in going on the rugby tour to Ireland that deposits are due today at the end of the day.  See Mr Perera with questions and deposits.


·         Attention DECA students:  since this Thursday is the Literacy test, our lunch meetings will be moved to Wednesday.  Please check your event posted outside the business office and bring a printed copy of a sample case to the meetings.  Also don’t forget that Oct. 31 is the cluster exams.


·         Today the senior girls field hockey team will be entering play-offs playing Blakelock at 4:30 in Bronte.  Good luck to both our senior and junior teams.


·         The OT newspaper The Devil’s Advocate will be holding a meeting today in room 194 after school.


·         Swim team announcement:  Anyone interested in joining the swim team this year must come to a meeting Wednesday at the beginning of 3rd or 4th period in room 136.  See Mrs Stearns Brown if you have questions.


·         In local news Board Game Club is cancelled for today.  We look forward to seeing you on Friday.


·         All students interested in curling this year are invited to sign up after school today in room 239.  Curling forms, fees and dates will be discussed.  Any questions about the curling season see Mr Wilford.


·         If you are a grade 11 or 12 student who wants some help with Physics problems or just want a little bit more practice, come and join the Physics Club this Friday after school in Mr Berrigan’s room.  Plus we will be preparing for a Physics Contest in early December.  Come and get more information about it.