Daily Bulletin Monday, November 19, 2018 Day 2


  • All students who have a parking pass MUST pick up a letter in the office.
  • Grad Council Meeting -  grad council meeting at noon on Monday in room 165
    • Parking passes are available in the office. If you are driving and parking in the school parking lot you must have a parking pass displayed in your vehicle.
    • Teachers:  Please remind your students that if they are staying after school for sports or for clubs the MUST give a note to the bus driver.
    • All Northern Gateway Students are required to pay a yearly $30 technology fee. It is added to any other fee charged to the School Cash Accounting System Payment can be made online or in the office.
    • SET CONFERENCE  - (SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE) WILL BE HELD 24th AT THE U OF A FOR ALL GIRLS AND NON-BINARY STUDENTS IN GRADES 10-12 WHO ARE CURIOUS ABOUT CAREERS IN SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY.  You will take part in hands-on experiments and activities as well as meet university students and learn what it is like to be a U of A student in one of these programs. Register online at www.uab.ca/WISEST  see one of the science teachers or one of the counsellors for more details!


  • Art club is a drop in club for people who want to have the opportunity to use the art supplies provided by the school and fellowship with other artists. It is open to all students and is a great way to make art and friends. Drop by the art room Wednesdays after school until 5. We'd love to see you.


  • The Sr Boys braved the icy roads saturday morning and represented our school at zones in Edson.  The boys played hard but were not able to qualify for playoffs. Our small team of guys had big hearts and they showed it repeatedly.  Thanks for putting on the jersey and working hard throughout the season boys
  • For the Sr girls it was a very sad “close but not quite”.  The Sr girls showed up Saturday morning for the snow delayed zones in Calmar.  With two days worth of games being crammed into one day it was busy. The girls opened the event strong, going 4-0 in the round robin playing and beating the other 4 teams in the event back-to-back-to-back-to-back...without a break!  Unfortunately, the girls were then matched up against a strong Calmar team they had just finished beating 17-15 in the 3rd set in their final round robin game.   Calmar was out for revenge after being so close in the previous game and despite a few push-backs our Mustangs were unable to regain their confidence and ended up losing the crucial semi-final match.  Despite being heartbroken our girls played with pride, beating Devon in the bronze medal match.  In most seasons a team would be thrilled with the amazing results the team had: 1st in their home tournament, 2nd in Hilltop, 1st in Devon, 2nd in the B side at Rocky Mountain House, 1st in the GCAA, and finally 3rd at zones.  The 2018 Sr Girls were a talented and competitive team though and the bronze medal was not the one they wanted to bring back to Onoway.   They played their hearts out all season long and represented our school and community with pride.  Way to go girls.
  • Basketball tryouts start the week of Monday Nov 19th
    • Jr Boys: 7:00-9:00pm Monday Nov 19th and Wednesday Nov 21st
    • Jr Girls: 5:30-9:00pm Monday Nov 19th and Wednesday Nov 21st
    • Sr Boys: 3:30-5:30pm Tuesday Nov 20th and Thursday Nov 22nd
    • Sr Girls: 3:30-5:30 Monday Nov 19th and 7:00-8:30 Thursday Nov 22nd
  • Running Club -


  • Reminder to all band students: Private lesson application forms are Due Today!
  • Sectionals: Clarinets & Saxes Monday, Emma & Darrien Tuesday Nov 20
  • Honour Band tomorrow  is WOODWIND Rehearsal
  • Jake Roberts & Sarah Bowman come pick up your fundraising!

 CALM -  

  • Please see google classroom for comments on submitted assignments
  • See Ms. Dundas to sign up for any of the following CALM presentations:
    • Nov. 28 - Canadian Armed Forces
    • Nov. 29 - A Mindful Approach to Nutrition
    • Dec. 4 - LaSalle College
    • Dec. 13 - Peter Banks


  • Monday- Thunder Crunch Chicken Burger - $6.00
  • Tuesday-Mac & Cheese, Garden Salad, Bottle of Water - $7.50
  • Wednesday- Chicken Fingers & Fries, Save $1.00 - $7.50
  • Thursday- Shepards Pie, Garden Salad, Bottle of Water - $7.50
  • Friday - Oriental Combo - $8.50
  • Weekly Special- Supreme Nachos - $5.00


  • The Prairie North Farm Forum is being held Thursday Nov. 29th in Mayerthorpe. Students can attend for free.  Interested students can pick up information from Ms. Dundas.


 GRAD 2019-

  • Grad Council Meeting -  grad council meeting at noon on Monday in room 165
  • There is a fundraiser for movie passes for Landmark Cinemas- order forms can be picked up in the breakout room. Fundraiser is running from Nov 5th - Dec 3rd.  The completed forms can be handed into Mrs. Levesque in the office.
  • The 2019 Grad list is posted. Grads - you must ensure your name is spelled correctly - let Ms. Dundas know if it is not.  If your name appears on the Potential Graduate list- see Mr. Lobo or Ms. Dundas to find out how you can get your name on The Onoway Jr. Sr. High Graduating Class of 2019 list.  Only the students on this list will be allowed to participate in OJSH graduation ceremony.


  • CAFE upstairs is open.Hours of Operation: Lunch time -Monday to Friday.


  • Like taking pictures? Want to improve?  Are you self motivated? Positive with others?  . . . Got a Camera?  If yes, contact Mr. Eastman prior to this Thursday.There will be a first gathering to discover #’s, and discuss times and expectations this Thursday 22 at lunch in room 161 in the CTS wing.


  • Augustana University Campus Visits: Upcoming Preview days:
    Saturday, February 2nd, 2019
      Friday, February 22nd, 2019
  • Are you a Gr.12 student who supports change, nurtures progress and contributes to making the world a better?  If so, the TD Scholarships for Community Leadership are now accepting applications from you. Each scholarship is valued up to $70 000 for study in Canada.  Applications and supporting documents must be received by November 16, 2018.  For more information and applications, visit the counselling office or the website at com/scholarships.   
  • The Schulich Leader Scholarships are the largest and most prestigious undergraduate Science,Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) scholarships in Canada.  Fifty students will receive scholarships valued up to $100 000. IF you interested in the Schulich Awards, please see one of the counsellors.  The deadline for the school to send in nominations is January 30, 2019.


  • Meetings will be afterschool on Tuesdays in the library.


  • It’s here!  Sci Fi and More!  If you like sci-fi movies and TV shows meet in room 206 Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:55 in Rm 206.


  • Work Ex time sheets for October are overdue; please hand in to Mr. Huxley asap.