Wednesday April 12, 2017

posted Apr 12, 2017, 7:28 AM by Oakville Trafalgar   [ updated Apr 12, 2017, 7:28 AM by Andrew Bigham ]

·         Public speaking takes courage, public speaking takes eloquence, public speaking takes imagination, intelligence and creativity.  Urmi Sheth and Sophie Jolicoeur-Becotte, two special OT students demonstrated all this and more at yesterday’s Public Speaking Competition in Halton.  Special congratulations to Urmi Sheth for her outstanding speech titled “ Out of the ashes of terrorism”  for which she won the second place award.

 

·         Yesterday the OTHS Junior girls rugby team travelled to Holy Trinity to take on the Varsity Titans.  The young Devils scored early and often, en route to a  62-0 shutout.  Amy Mangiardi led all scorers with 3 first half tries.  Well Done!

 

·         All members of the Junior boys hockey team are asked to attend a short but important meeting Thursday April 13th at 2:50 in room 153.

 

·         Maple Grove public school is having an evening of diversity on April 18th.  They are looking for a student or family that is willing to provide “hennas” during this evening.  Volunteer hours will be given.  If you are interested please see Mrs McRae in the office.

 

·         If you have paid the Relay for Life registration fee on Halton Cashless you are still required to give your forms to your Team Captain to be registered.  Don’t forget to have all forms signed and filled out.

 

·         If you want to participate in Relay for Life this year but don’t have a team, please come see Ms Hanley in room 126 or Ms Piroski in room 189A.

 

·         Attention all grade 12’s:  come down to the atrium between periods 3 & 4 to participate  in the grad photo.

 

·         Reminder that regular priced registration for  Relay for Life will be happening between April 10th to 21st for $25.  Registration will be at the Relay office during period 3 & 4.  Only team captains can register people and they have to register their full team at once. 

 

·         Sheridan College- Youth Job Link Program:  never worked before?  If so we can help you find your first job.  Our Community Resource & Information Center is open Monday to Friday 8:30 – 4:30.  Located at the Sheridan College Skills Training Center, 407 Iroquois Shore road.  The Youth Job Link Program is free and designed for youth ages 15-29 who have never worked before.  Stop by our Center today to register and bring a copy of your resume if you have one, if not we can help you create one.

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