Thursday, February 6, 2020
Morning Radio News @ 9:05 am
Volleyball: Meeting for all grade 6 boys at first recess in the gym to confirm transportation for today's game.
Grade 7 Boy’s comp Volleyball: Important meeting for all players on Ravenhill and Davidson's volleyball team in first recess in the band room.
Youth in Action: There is a Youth in Action meeting today at 11:23am in Miss Cottier's room.
France Trip: All grade 8 students travelling to France this year, have a meeting on Friday at 1:16 in Mme. Ryan's room
Cross Country: Attention all cross country athletes. If you are interested in receiving information about an upcoming cross country event at Bear Mountain, please come to Ms. Wheatley's class at first recess on Friday. The event is part of an international qualifying even for the upcoming Pan American Games. This is NOT exclusive to students who ran on ROMS Cross Country Team earlier in the year....ALL interested athletes are welcome.
Choir: Choir will have a quick meeting today in the band room at lunch activity time.
Band Sectionals: Grade 6 band sectionals will run today at lunch advisory time in the band room for all trombone players.
Lost and Found: Just a reminder that our ROMS lost and found is now on display across from the canteen. All unclaimed items will be donated.
ROMS Parent Review
Volleyball: This week's volleyball practice schedule can be found on the ROMS Athletics website and on the PE office doors. Also, game schedules for all competitive and recreational teams have been posted on lowerislandschoolsports.ca so please have a look to see where your team will be playing throughout the season.
Grade 8 Parents: Grade 8 Students have until Friday, March 13th to email Miss Cottier a baby photo for the yearbook.
Your Vision is Our Vision Project: Just a heads-up that the Central Saanich Lions Club is coming into Royal Oak on the morning of February 7th to screen our grade 6 students using the Spot Vision Screener. This is a yearly no cost program designed to assist identifying children in our community with vision problems. An information letter will be sent home with all grade 6 students as well as posted on our website.
ROMS LUNCH PROGRAM - Call for Baked Goods!!
The ROMS lunch program supports 20 registered students every day who need a little extra nutritional support. As a way to add something fun to the nutritious food that is already provided, we are asking you to contribute baked goods on one or more days throughout the rest of the year.
You don't even have to bake! Store-bought baked goods are welcome as well as homemade. We ask for either 2-3 dozen cookies or muffins, OR 1-2 loaves (ex. banana bread) to be dropped off at the school in the morning on the day you sign up for. Feel free to contact Elisa Greenway, who is the volunteer in charge of the program: Elisa.email@example.com
For more information or to sign up, click below:
Thank you for supporting your school community!
Your lunch program team
What is ADHD and what can we do about it?
There is a free parent workshop in March on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) led by Kim Fitzer, M.Sc., Jessica Carmichael, M.Sc and Dr. Jennie Preuss, M.D., FRCPC.
WHO: Any interested parents and guardians
WHEN: Friday, March 6 , 2020 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
WHERE: Saanich Learning Centre 1649 Mt Newton X Road
WHAT: ADHD Workshop with room for 60 participants. **Bring lunch
If you are interested, please RSVP to Saanich Child and Youth Mental Health Reception: 250-952-5073