Posted April 22, 2015
Come out to our next parent School Council Meeting on Monday, April 27, 2015. Agenda
Posted April 22, 2015
The Waterloo-Oxford Powerlifting team participated in the Waterloo Region Powerlifting Competition held on April 18 at Glenview Park Secondary School. Isabeau Glebe and Payton Hoffstetter won gold in their divisions. Justin Ehgotez, CJ Jovanovic, Thomas Lade and Zac Wagler won silver and Chris Williamson earned a bronze medal. Congratulations to the entire team on winning the Overall Best Team title!
Posted April 21, 2015
Potential job action by Waterloo Region District School Board secondary teachers. The purpose of this letter is to update Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) families on the status of labour negotiations with its secondary teachers. We know that, as parents, it’s important for you to know how this situation may affect your daughter and/or […]
Posted April 15, 2015
Last week, 103 W-O’s music students travelled to Boston for a tour. Despite the cold and wet weather, the group had a wonderful time. In addition to the performances, the group also attended a classical concert at the historic Boston Symphony Hall, enjoyed an energetic Blue Man Group at the Charles Playhouse, a guided tour of Fenway Park, a walking tour of the Freedom Trail, and a visit to the Harvard University.
The following are some photos taken at the Copley Place.
Posted April 1, 2015
Registration is now open for the Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) Family Event ‘Building Skills to Navigate the School Years’, April 18, 2015, Bluevale Collegiate Institute. This FREE event is open to parents, guardians and the community. Keynote speaker, Lesley Andrews, will share with us her inspiring story of ‘overcoming the odds’ to follow her passion […]
Posted March 23, 2015
The Waterloo Region District school board has partnered with My Class Needs, a not-for-profit foundation associated with Curriculum Services Canada, to offer a unique opportunity to support classroom teachers in securing additional resources to support student learning, well-being and achievement. The program provides grants for materials/services up to a maximum of $750 per class. To qualify, […]