Natalie Bedford and Ella Symes decided to do a bake sale at the end of the term to raise money for Cancer. The girls then presented the money raised to Leanne Kennard from the North Otago Cancer Society, a total of $376.70.
We are now selling an OIS sports hoodie. This is an optional sweatshirt that students can wear when representing Oamaru Intermediate School when playing sports.
With term 2 coming to an end I would have to say that I'm looking forward to the holidays. But more importantly as I look back I'm very grateful for the support from staff, parents and community that we have had throughout the term.
Congratulations to all those who competed in the sports exchange yesterday. A great day of sportsmanship and competitive sports was had by all who participated.
FREE COMMUNITY FORUM - The impact of sex education through pornography.
The Annual Interschool rugby match between S.K.C. and W.B.H.S. is played this Friday 6 July.
Holiday Programme for Primary & Intermediate Students $30/day Base Fee - Free with full WINZ OSCAR subsidy. See attachment.
Come check out our new look, studio and classes. We now offer classes in ART & CRAFT DESIGN as well as DANCE for ALL AGES.
Your Year 8 non-refundable camp deposit of $100 is due this Friday 29 June. You must have $100 paid or fundraised by this date. Tomorrow, a camp statement will be sent home showing your balance owing for camp. Any inquiries please contact the school office.
The School Canteen will be closed next Wednesday 4 July, Thursday 5 July and Friday 6 July. Thursday and Friday there will be food available from the Learning Centre.
Ella Symes and Natalie Bedford, both from Room 12, have organised a 'Bake off" to raise money for child cancer.
At the beginning of every year, there are 16 Year 8 students that are named as House Captains for the year. These are the 2018 House Captains.
Here are most of the OIS class councillors. These students have been nominated by their peers to assist in giving students a voice.