News & Announcements

Wilfred Laurier Signs W-O Football Player

Waterloo Oxford is proud to announce that Elijah Szimanski has been recruited to play football at Laurier next year.

The Head Coach of Wilfrid Laurier, Michael Faulds was at W-O on March 21st to sign Elijah to the team, while proud parents, grandma and W-O’s Head Coach, Mr. Jenson looked on.

Congratulations Elijah!

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Waterloo Region Landscape Construction Skills Competition

On March 21st, two teams of Green Industries students represented W-O at the Waterloo Region Landscape Construction Skills competition. They each built a landscape design that included a stone pillar, wall, patio, deck and garden area. Mason McKay and Zach McLean placed 3rd overall and James Box and Joey Simpson placed 2nd overall. They were competing against teams from KCI, Elmira and Glenview Park.  Great job !

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Congratulations to all Wrestlers at OFSSA

Four members of the wrestling team travelled to Ottawa Mar 4 to 7 to participate in the 2019 OFSSA Championships consisting of 200 teams.

  • Olivia and Rachel battled hard throughout the tournament and placed 55th in the girls team division
  • Dayne and Carson worked the mats and placed 44th in the boys team division
  • Overall the team placed 47th
  • Congrats to Carson, Olivia and Rachel for making it to OFSSA!
  • Congrats to Dayne on his Bronze Medal!
  • We are so proud of the entire team.  What a fantastic season!

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Our Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) is looking for new members – apply today

Our Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) is looking for new members. They invite parents/guardians of students currently enrolled in one of our schools to apply. The fundamental fact is that parents + engagement = student success. Your involvement with PIC can help us optimize this equation. The mandate for this committee is to: Provide information and advice on parent […]

A Message Regarding the Attacks in New Zealand

This morning, we awoke to the news of yet another terrorist attack on a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, that has left 49 people dead and several others wounded. We stand together in grieving this tragedy with our community. This senseless act will impact the thousands of students, staff, families and community members we welcome […]

Have your say in our funding priorities – take our survey

There is still time to have your say and participate in our annual budget survey. By participating, you will tell us which funding priorities we should consider as we prepare our budget for the 2019-2020 school year, and beyond. Please complete our short survey to help us identify what areas matter to our communities. The survey […]

Please Join Us on March 6th for the Brainstorm Play

Waterloo Oxford’s Drama Department presents to you ‘Brainstorm,’ a play about the mind of a teenager. The show will have an opening act by the W-O Dance Team and art displays by the Art Department.

Come out March 6th to the cafeteria at 7 PM. Ticket are available outside the caf at lunch or at the door: $5 for students; and $8 dollars for adults.

(Some mature content — not suitable for young children).

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Town Hall Meeting Regarding Graffiti at Wellesley Public School

Waterloo Oxford would like to provide you with an update concerning graffiti that targeted Wellesley Public School earlier this month. An investigation into the incident is still ongoing. The incident is being treated as a hate crime. Police determined that there was no validity to the threat of violence made against the school. We encourage […]

Feb 25: Buses cancelled, schools are open

All school buses, taxis and special education routes are cancelled today due to weather. All schools are open and Extended Day Programs are operating. All transportation for WCSSAA sports games is also cancelled today. As always, parents may choose to keep their children home if they feel it is unsafe to travel to school. If […]

Pink Shirt Day is February 27

On Wednesday, February 27, join us in recognizing Pink Shirt Day. This is a day to stand up against bullying. This movement was inspired by the actions of two high school students from Nova Scotia. In 2007, the students witnessed a Grade 9 boy being bullied for wearing a pink polo shirt on his first […]

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