Daily Announcements

Monday, June 9, 2014

 
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Monday, June 9, 2014
by Nancy Puckett - Monday, 9 June 2014, 9:57 AM
 

PIZZA DAY  WILL BE THURSDAY, instead of Friday this week.

Two lunch bags have been in the office for over a week. Both are black/grey/red. Please come and claim them.

A silver bracelet was left at the office. Please come and claim it.

Please return all uniforms to Ms. Robson ASAP!

Pink gym strip bag left outside the school last week. If found, please return it to the office.

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Please return all uniforms to Ms. Robson ASAP!

Applications for Grade 8 Athletic Leadership program are being accepted now until July 15th.
Application form can be found on the ROMS Athletics website.

Attention Grade 7's or U-13 Boys Basketball Players:
The Summer Games is hosting a 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament in Nanaimo this year July 17-20th. The tryouts are held at Cedar Secondary Gym Saturday June 7, 1-4pm and Sunday June 8, 9-12pm. Athletes can check out the Basketball BC Website for more info and to register.www.basketball.bc.ca

Blue Box Recycling. You will notice blue boxes by every exit door. These boxes are for refundable juice, water and pop containers. They are not for garbage and we expect everyone will honour that. Thank you for helping reduce our garbage here at Royal Oak.

Gr 8's. For those who have not purchased your Farewell Ticket, you still need to do this. T Shirts are no longer available to order. Tickets are now $12 which do not include a T shirt. Orders come to the office.

Parents:


We need parent volunteers desperately for the Grade 8 Farewell. If parents want to help with decorating, food preparation and serving, front door sign-in, games/activity centres, and other areas, please email Cathy Sangha at cathy5460@gmail.com. If parents can help with chaperoning (shifts 6pm -7:30pm or 7:30pm to 9pm) or clean-up, to please contact Brenda at brenda.chanca@gmail.com. As this is a PAC sponsored and parent volunteer based event, this event for our Grade 8 students cannot happen if we do not have enough parent volunteers and chaperones.