ROMS DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS
Monday, May 1, 2017
Morning Radio News @ 9:05 am
Congratulations to the ROMS Grade 8 band for getting silver at the Con Brio Festival in Whistler!
All students traveling to France next year, meet in Mme Ryan's room at recess today, 11:23
Games Club: The Games Club will be meeting in Room 125 at 1:16 pm.
Conversation and Activities Club: Please join us for Conversations Club today in room 227. Meet new friends, learn about other cultures, and practice your English. All Royal Oak students are welcome to join us. Please see Ms. Beristain in room 219 for more information.
Thank you to all the students that got their ROMS yearbook orders into Miss Cottier by Friday. Yearbook Pre-orders are now closed and no more will be accepted. Thirty additional yearbooks will be available on June 21st to purchase at a cost of $40.00 on a first come-first serve basis.
We Create Change: Today is the final day of the We Create Change campaign! A reminder to Youth in Action members to collect the classroom cups during advisory time and deliver to Miss Cottier. Thank you to all classes for their generous contributions and a shout out to Mr. Azim's class for collecting $158!
Youth in Action meeting on Thursday at 11:23 in Miss Cottier's room!
A reminder to all players of our practice on Tuesday at 7:45 am.
After school today the grade 6 badminton city playoff tournament will be happening at Spectrum highs school. There will be a mandatory meeting for all grade 6's playing at this tournament at FIRST recess in the gym to discuss transportation. All players must attend. Also, qualifying matches for grade 7's and 8's will be happening today at SECOND recess to finalize who will be representing ROMS at the grade 7 and 8 tournaments later this week. Players are reminded to hand in their permission packages if they want to attend.
Grade 6/7 rugby players are reminded of your practice today after school. Please be ready to play by 3:15, and start to think about how you are going to get to away games this week and next.
This week's track and field practice schedule is now posted on the ROMS athletics web page. Practices will be happening Tuesday and Wednesday morning this week. Students who would like to sign up for events must come to practice to do so. Practice begins at 8:00 am.
Good afternoon Royal Oak! Here are the News stories you have been waiting for. Today is Monday, May 1st, 2017 and here is what is happening at 751 Travino Lane
Do you know that on Friday May 5th, ROMS will be going to the polls? That’s right, you will have the opportunity to participate in Student Vote 2017 for the upcoming Provincial Election, right here at school. You will experience what it is like to cast a vote, and attend a voting station (we will have 4 voting stations plus one in the Learning Commons). It’s important that before you vote, you are informed, so read up! Since our school is located in the Saanich South District, you will find on your ballot: David Calder (Liberal Party); Andrew Paul McLean (Libertarian Party); Mark Neufeld (Green Party); Richard Percival Pattee (Vancouver Island Party); Lana Popham (NDP). So far David Calder, Mark Neufeld and Lana Popham, will be visiting us here at ROMS starting Wednesday so make sure you have some great questions to ask them.
Did you also know that we are trying to get every single student - that’s 635 people - in the school to vote in the 2017 Student Vote? In order for us to accomplish this goal, you must have your student card (announcers: Please show yours as a demonstration) with you on Friday May 5th. Don’t worry, we will remind you here on ROMS news, AND you do not have to prove where you live. In the meantime, ask your family what would happen if they forgot their photo identification when they go to a polling station; would they still be allowed to vote?
1) Today's weather: The temperature this morning is 9 degrees with a 80% chance of a light rain. Moving into the afternoon we have a 60% chance of rain, and a temperature around 10 degrees.
2) Health Facts:
Taste receptors cannot actually taste food until saliva has moistened it, for example we usually taste salty things first as salt dissolves quickly in moisture.
3) There are a lot of school events starting up. Be sure to listen to the morning announcements to see where you might get involved in your school.
4) Keep up your recycling. Recycling reduces the amount of garbage we send to our landfill.
5) Pizza day and chocolate milk is this Friday. You have to love pizza!!
6) And for today’s Riddle:
Title: Greatest Area
A farmer challenges an engineer, a physicist, and a mathematician to fence off the largest amount of area using the least amount of fence.
The engineer made his fence in a circle and said it was the most efficient.
The physicist made a long line and said that the length was infinite. Then she said that fencing half of the Earth was the best.
The mathematician laughed at the others and with her design, beat the others. What did she do?
ANSWER: The mathematician made a small fence around herself and declared herself to be on the outside!
That concludes our TV news cast! Please join us tomorrow for further breaking news stories here on 751 News!
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Hanging Baskets orders have been placed, pick up your baskets on May 10th at 2:30 pm in the Tech Ed Shop.
Staff Appreciation Day:
Let's celebrate our amazing staff!
To recognize all the hard work of the teachers, administrators and support staff of our awesome school, the PAC is planning an Appreciation Luncheon on Wednesday May 10th . We invite parents and guardians to say "thank you for a great year" by contributing food and/or volunteering with set up/clean up duties. For more information and to sign up to volunteer and/or bring food please visit our roms website royaloak.sd63.bc.ca
If you have any questions please emails firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, ROMS PAC
Student Absences or Late
If you know your child will be late or absent please remember to let the school and teachers know ASAP via: email: <span style="font-variant:normal;"><span style="font-style:normal;"><span style="font-weight:normal;">email@example.com</span></span></span> or call: 250-479-0999 (24 hours per day).
All students who arrive late for school (last late bell rings at 9:04 am) much check in with the office.
Remember to visit our school website for current information royaloak.sd63.bc.ca