Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin

Thursday, May 23, 2024

Day 1





  • Grad vs staff slo pitch game will be Thursday June 13th! 

All grads can participate, play, or cheer! If you would like to sign up for the Grad Team, please see or email Miss Deacon to get on the roster or join the cheering squad! 


  • NGPS summer boot camps have just been announced! Looking for a way to earn credits this summer? There’s all sorts of ways to earn in everything from auto, cooking, wellness, and more! Bussing is provided from Onoway to Whitecourt for the courses, too!! Check out NGPS.ca for details or see one of the counsellors or administrators for details.


        -Attention trades students: On Thursday, May 30th, presenters from the NAIT welding program will be coming to Mr. T's class to present on the following: presenters will present to welding students about careers in the welding industry. They will also explain the differences between Wire Process Operators, Pre-employment programs, Apprenticeship stream training, and the Advanced Welding Technology Diploma program. Furthermore, they will discuss career opportunities as an apprentice, as a journeyperson, and as a welding inspector. This will provide a means of connection between the secondary level programs and NAIT, and encourage a sense of community and to increase enrollment into the various programs.

Students in Mr. T's block 2 and 3 will be able to view this presentation without any other considerations. Any other high school students who wish to view this presentation can talk to Mr. T about arranging for you to attend. 


OJSH Summer Off-Campus Education Program 2024 (Work Experience, Registered Apprenticeship Program and Career Internship 10)

Onoway Jr./ Sr. High School will be offering a summer Off-campus Education Program, which includes: Work Experience, Registered Apprenticeship Program and Career Internship 10. Students currently enrolled in grades 10-11 will be able to participate in the program and earn high school credits through the summer. Mr. Jespersen will be supervising the program and will be in contact with students and employers through the summer. Students who want to enrol in a program must complete the prerequisite course  HCS 3000 Workplace Safety Systems before the summer and must have all enrollment forms completed and handed in by June 21st. See Mr. Jespersen to get an enrollment package. 



Grade 8 WEM World Waterpark trip forms and payment ($45) are due no later than June 14th. No late forms will be accepted. Students wishing to attend the year-end Waterpark trip must meet the following criteria:


-Have a minimum of 50% in all 4 core (LA, math, social, science) as of June 17, 2024

-Have attended the 3 days of school preceding the trip - June 21, 24, and 25 

-Have written all final exams on June 24 and 25

-Have not been referred to the office for disciplinary reasons between June 1 - 25, 2024



Link for students to request to see a counsellor. 









TOUR GROUP -  Important meeting for everyone signed up for Tour Group - Croatia & Italy 2025

Tuesday, May 28 in room 204 (Mr Missfeldt's room)

Anyone still interested in signing up, feel free to join us, there are spots available.




  • Sr Track Team is at Foote Field for Zones on Wednesday May 22nd. 



  • Cheer practice this Thursday after school. 



  • Next week: GCAA junior high track and field in Mayerthorpe. Stay tuned for a list of a lot of junior highs that will be away on Tuesday the 28th. 



  • Junior High Track and Field Athletes 



  • Please see the list of student names posted on the PE whiteboard, bulletin board or Miss Deacon's office door. If your name is on the list, there is an IMPORTANT meeting happening in the gym at the lunch bell Today (Wednesday). Please be there to secure your spot on the track team! If your name is on the list and you can not make it to the meeting, please email Miss Deacon. 



  • This year OJSH sent a small but mighty crew of athletes to Foote Field at the University of Alberta for zone qualifiers. Our team of 10 competed in various runs, throws, and jumps. Many students had PB's in their events, top-3 finishes, and four athletes have qualified for Provincials by finishing 1st or 2nd in their event!! We wish good luck to:


Sawyer M - long jump

Teniel T - javelin

Delilah A - high jump

Sophia H - discus

A big thanks to Mr. Stoltz and Mr. Eastman for their work with this year's team!




The Mustangs Competitive Cheer Team will be holding 5 practices throughout the month of May — three tumbling practices and two cheer skills practices. These practices are for students who are considering joining the team next year and returning athletes from this year. This is a great way for returning athletes to learn more advanced skills and for students who are interested in the team to find out what it is all about! Athletes can attend as many practices as they wish, but MUST pick up a permission form from the office or Ms. Newton and return it to Ms. Newton (Rm. 213) directly by Monday, May 6th

  • Tumbling Practices — May 7, 14, and 28 at OES (times will vary based on skill level — see the permission form for details)
  • Cheer Practices — May 9 and 23 at OJSH from 3:30-5:30PM











Chicken Finger Combo w/ Fries & Juice



Double Cheeseburger Combo w/ Fries & Juice



Popcorn Chicken Poutine



Fish Burger



All smoothies

Featured Drink


Iced Caramel Coffee


Library Cafe now open… 11:55-12:15:  Closed this week


Cafeteria hours are Monday (or Tuesday after a long weekend) 10:00am to 3:00pm, Tuesday to Thursday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm and Fridays 9:00 am  to 1:00 pm.


Only high school students on Spares are permitted to use the cafeteria or vending machines during class time.


The cafeteria closes after lunch at the first bell. The cafe now accepts cash, debit, Apple Pay, and Google Pay.   We cannot accept prepaid Visa or Mastercards. Gift cards are available and you can pay online with school cash.


Indigenous Spirit Council: Join us in the Wrap Around on Mondays at lunch! 

























The Spruce Grove Ag Society is offering  a scholarship to assist a post secondary student enrolled in an agriculture related field of studies.  Although the Scholarship has a residency stipulation, Onoway High School students are being included as there may be a cross boundary student who could qualify.  It might be of interest that the 2022 recipient was Sarah Bowman, an OHS grad, who lived outside our boundaries but belonged to a 4-H club in Parkland County.  See a counsellor in the Wrap Around or the posters around the school for more information.



The Henry Tomlinson Memorial Scholarships that are sponsored by Ste. Anne Natural Gas are accepting applications and have a deadline of June 30.  They are intended for Gr. 12 students whose families are SANG Utility members or who live in a SANG service area.  For more information, come down to the Wrap Around and see one of the counsellors or check out one of the posters around the school.     


The Town of Onoway has a $500 bursary.  Information is posted in the Wrap Around room.  For students who are still interested in applying for scholarships, this can be an opportunity to gain an additional competitive edge, as many students' interest in scholarships has lessened by this time of year.

Here are some unique scholarships that are currently available and don't have very many completed applications. 

Here are a few resources you can use to help students who are applying for scholarships:

At the bottom of https://scholartree.ca/educators, there is an email template that you can use to let students know about ScholarTree