Daily Announcements

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

 
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Tuesday, November 4, 2014
by Nancy Puckett - Tuesday, 4 November 2014, 9:10 AM
 

Morning Radio News @ 9:05 am

There will be a rehearsal for all grade 7 students today during lunch activity period.

Canteen: Cookies 75 cents, fruit smoothies – 50 cents, homemade pizza - $2.50

Remembrance Day - Reminder that we have our Remembrance Day assembly this Thursday in Block 2. All Students will be given a Poppy on Thursday and are asked to make a donation to the Poppy Fund.

Craft Club today at 1:16- 1:56 at room 125.

France travel group is to meet in Mme Espedido's room today at 12:50, please bring your lunch.

Ms. Espedido's Remembrance day group and Ms. Savage's dance group please meet in the Drama room during lunch eating activities (1:20) to practice performance.

ROMS SPORTS

The grade 7/8 girls basketball team showed true grit and determination last night against Bayside. They made a fantastic comeback in the last few minutes of the game with some steals and clinch shooting but lost by 2 points in a very intense game. Well done girls.

Royal Oak Judo Club is practicing today after school in the Multi-purpose Room.

There is an important meeting for the grade 6/7 competitive girls basketball team in Mrs. Blaikies room at recess.

Grade 8 boys rec. basketball team - there will be a practice Wednesday at lunch.


Parents & PAC Royal Oak Review @ noon:

Just a reminder that Friday, November 7th and Monday, November 10th are non-instructional days in SD #63. Tuesday, November 11 is the Remembrance Day Statutory Holiday.

Remembrance Day - we have our Remembrance Day assembly on Thursday at 11 am. All Students will be given a Poppy on Thursday and are asked to make a donation to the Poppy Fund. Parents and family members are invited to attend this important assembly to honour our veterans and to appreciate the Peace we have in Canada.

Parking continues to be an issue after school. Please consider using Greenlea Dr for pick up and also consider having your child meet you a few blocks away from the school. Walking is a healthy way to get a small amount of exercise.