PAC & AGM PAC meetings
PAC meeting this Tuesday, May 14th at 7pm in the library. We will be reviewing the draft budget for 2019/20 as well as giving constructive feedback on the CSL (new reporting system). Please join us for the second to last PAC meeting of the year! Babysitting will be available.
AGM PAC meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 4th at 7pm in the library. We are now accepting nominations from all PAC executive positions and will vote a new PAC executive in that evening. Nominations will be accepted until 9am that morning. We will also be reviewing the financials for the year. Hope to see you there!
Sports Day Thursday May 16
Sports Day is this Thursday, May 16th! There will be early dismissal that day followed but a Pro-D day on Friday, May 17th.
PRO D day sports clinic
Basketball Clinics at Trafalgar elementary for Grade 3 & 4 students. Students will be provided skill development instruction and an opportunity to practice those skills through our clinic games and challenges. Focus on age appropriate passing, shooting, ball handling, and footwork and game situations.
See flyer here for further information
Year End Slide Show
The end of June is fast approaching and that means Slide Show time! As usual, we rely on your support to make this event possible so please send us your favorite and other photos from your child’s year at Trafalgar, ie. special days, events, activities, moments at school.
If you don’t have any, and your child would like to be in the slide show, please take a moment to snap a shot of them at school and send it on. We try to include all students who would like to be in the slide show but we need your help to reach this goal…so thanks in advance for your support!
Photos can be sent to email@example.com
(P.S. High quality images work best on the big screen and please label each photo with your child’s name and Div.#)
Fostering Resilience While Guiding Your Child Towards Independence
Talk by Dr Vanessa on the topic – Fostering Resilience While Guiding Your Child Towards Independence
In this presentation, you will learn:
• how the science of child development informs us about a child’s regulatory capabilities;
• the difference between self-regulation and co-regulation;
• how resiliency develops, and how parents can best support this growth;
• anxiety and resilience – how do they impact each other?;
• how do you “teach” independence?