Clubs

 EXTRA CURRICULAR NON-ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES

It is important to participate in school life and get involved. You will carry the experiences from high school with you for life. By joining clubs and teams you develop friendships, participate in healthy lifestyles and gain valuable knowledge for future endeavours. You may also find employment opportunities and scholarships based on the variety of activities you participate in. Most important, it is FUN! Care about your school culture and participate.

Pay your student fees to participate in school activities. Student fees this year are $50.00 which includes your yearbook. If this fee cannot be paid, please see administration or guidance. We want you to participate and have fun.

Listen to announcements to see when clubs and teams are starting up. Ask the front office or guidance where to locate teachers involved with the activity you are interested in. Find out more information about joining. Listen to announcements and get involved. It's FUN!

Each activity will set their own fees.

SCHOOL WIDE OPPORTUNITIES

CLUB TEACHER WHEN CRITERIA HOW TO JOIN
International Trips Various Once per year Any student in the school is welcome to take part Sign-up, take part in fund-raising
3-month and summer reciprocal exchanges Guidance Apply between Sept & Mar Any student in the school is welcome to take part. An interest in language, adventure and travel. www.ceef.ca Submit an application
Rotary Exchanges Guidance Apply by the 2nd week of Sept Anyone interested in a year-long international exchange See Guidance for more information
Stratford Shakespeare Trips Ms. Cameron   A trip to see Shakespearean play each semester Students in English classes (any grade) will have the opportunity Sign up when available
Wilderness Camping Trip to Killarney Provincial Park Mr. Mackay Spring Gr 11 & 12 Sr Art or Science students. Trip involves 5 nights camping, canoeing, strenuous portaging and fabulous nature settings Gr 11 or 12, in a Sr Science or Art class. Sign up for trip
The Lounge Ms. Vereecke Sept-Jun Anyone interested in promoting the well-being of OSDSS students See Teacher

NON-ATHLETIC EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

CLUB TEACHER WHEN CRITERIA HOW TO JOIN
Band-Concert Mr. Malito Sept-Jun
Wednesday
3:30-4:30 PM
Playing experience + commitment See Teacher
Band-Jazz Mr. Malito Sept-Jun
Friday
7:30 am
Playing experience + commitment See Teacher
String Ensemble Mr. Malito Sept-Jun
Thursday
3:30-4:30 PM
Commit to rehearsals & performances See Teacher
OSDSS Singers (mixed vocals)
pop + contemporary
  Sept-Jun
Tuesday
3:30-4:30 PM
Room 304
Commit to rehearsals & performances Just arrive at room 304
Gay/Straight
Alliance (GSA)
Ms. Korzen
Ms. Day
Sept-Jun
Friday
lunch period Rm 311
Support for GLBT youth New members always welcome. Come at lunch
LINK Crew
-helping grade 9's transition to high school
Mr. Lee
Mr. C Ewing
Ms. Vereecke
Mrs. Lee
Mr. Whitehouse
Sept-Jun Apply in grade 11 and/or 12
-teacher recommendations
See Teachers
Breakfast Club and
Lunch Program
Ms. Drimmie
Mrs. Vereecke
Sept-Jun Rm 105 Everyone welcome See Teachers
Me to We Mrs. Rutter
Mrs. McNeill
Sept-Jun
Monday's
lunch period -
Bailey Hall
Everyone welcome See Teachers
Envirothon Mrs. Bringleson 2nd Semester(Feb-Jun)
Competition in spring
Everyone welcome See Teacher
Student Council
Mrs. Vokes
 
Sept-Jun Enthusiasm
Commit to task
Run for election in the fall or the previous date
Tech Crew TBD Sept-Jun Dependable
Punctual/work ethic
Problem solver
Fall Sign up but can join at anytime. See teacher
Math Contests
(all grades)
Any Math teacher November All Grades
9, 10, 11 (Pascal, Cayley, Fermat) 12 (Euclid)
See a Sr math teacher to sign up. Some fees are necessary depending on the contests
Yearbook Committee Mr. C Ewing              Sept-Jun Able to use Microsoft Publisher See Teachers
Specialist High Skills Major Programs

SHSM's at OSDSS:
*Agriculture
*Construction
*Hairstyling
*Health &       Wellness
*Manufacturing
*Transportation
Mr. D. Watson

Mr. Ferguson

Mr. Williton/Mrs. Williton

Mr. Rutter

Mr. Klunder

Mr. J. Watson
Sept-Jun              SHSM's are a senior level program (Grade 11/12). 
Participants must agree/commit to program requirements.    Students earn valuable industry recognized certificates including First Aid, CPR, WHIMIS and more.
Participation in field trips to experience relevant industry opportunities and to post-secondary institutions.
See Teachers
Prom Committee Mrs. Mackay
Mrs. Fedy-Williton
Mrs. McNeill
Sept-Jun
Bi-weekly Tuesday's
lunch period Rm 205
Gr 12 students interested in planning the Prom. Attend meetings See Teachers

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