Daily Announcements

Friday, November 6, 2015

 
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Friday, November 6, 2015
by Nancy Puckett - Friday, 6 November 2015, 9:01 AM
 

Morning Radio News @ 9:05 am

Craft Fair Poster contest: Be Creative:  Holiday theme  Prize: Lunch PIZZA party for winning Student’s               Class  Winner: Announced Nov 28th  Entries: Placed in bin at ROMS office before Nov 20th 4pm deadline 

Key Info. needed for your winning Poster: Annual Holiday craft fair , Admission by donations, raffles, Silent auctions, Concession open, all Funds raised will support your school and student name and division number on back of poster.

Choir: There will be a choir rehearsal today during lunch activity period in the band room.

Band: Reminder to grade 8 band students that they have a rehearsal today during block 4.

Pizza Day today: $2.50 per slice Classes will be called in the following order:  Winner of Item of the Day – Div 8-3, Grade 8, Grade 6/7 Blue Floor, Grade 6/7 Green Floor  Helpers:  Div 8-5 – Ms. Blaikie

Safety Reminders: As a safety precaution remember to use the crosswalk on West Saanich Road, also dismount from your bicycle, scooter or skateboard when using the cross walk and when on school property.  

ROMS SPORTS

Rowing: There will be a meeting for all gr. 8 rowers at lunch recess today in the gym to discuss this weekend's upcoming regatta. Please be there by 1:20.

ROMS TV NEWS @ 12:32

Band: The ROMS band fundraising drive is on now.  Band students are selling tickets to the Hillside Mall Night of Lights shopping event, Poinsettias and magazine subscriptions.  Talk to a band student for more details.

Please welcome Cathy Cooper, our new daytime custodian.

Parents & PAC Royal Oak Review @ noon:

Office staff are spending an increasing amount of time delivering messages, supplies and food to students.  With a big school of 600 students, this can sometimes take up a large portion of the day.

Of course, we understand, that on occasion things need to be delivered to the school and are happy to accommodate.  However, we ask parents to avoid making this a daily occurrence.  One of the key aspects of middle school learning is personal responsibility.   Sometimes, much learning occurs when things are forgotten.  We are always here to support, but please keep this in mind regarding communication with your son/daughter during the school day.

Many Thanks

Carly Hunter  

Next Week: Just a reminder that there is no school November 11 – Remembrance Day or November 12 and 13 – Non-Instructional Days.