Gateway Gazette

What’s Happening at Oilfields: November 2015

 

Food Bank Donations

The Student Council in connection with WE Day is taking on a local initiative to bring in food for the food bank. We encourage students to bring non-perishable food items to school and put them in the box in the front entrance/foyer. We will have a 2 week blitz of collecting as much food as we can for the food bank (we may extend it to the end of the month if needed).  Let’s make a difference in our communities!

Remembrance Day

Oilfields High School will be observing Remembrance Day with a ceremony for students and invited guests at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 10. Students are asked to wear a poppy on that day. Poppies are available at the front office and donations to the Poppy Fund are encouraged.  Please note that there will be no school for staff and students on Wednesday, November 11.

All members of the public are invited to the Remembrance Day Service hosted by The Royal Canadian Legion, Turner Valley Branch #78. This ceremony will take place on Wednesday, November 11 at 10:30am. The legion asks that all people attending are in their seats before 10:30 a.m.

Career Convention

November 17th, between 4-7pm at OHS – We are holding a career convention in conjunction with Bow Valley College and Foothills Continuing Education. We will be having guests from other agencies as well. The Career Convention is open to all grade 11s, 12s and their families as well as graduates from 2014 and 2013. The event will be providing information on courses available in the foothills area as well as online. We will be aiming to get students and their families interested in the education possibilities as well as the trends of jobs for the future and how we can help students reach their potential. More information with be provided in the next parent email.

 

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