- Friday – Photo retakes
Tuesday, 29 October – 9am
Did you know that Trafalgar is a UNESCO Associated School? One goal of the UNESCO school is to promote intercultural learning so that kids “learn to live together in a pluralistic world of cultural diversity”.
Trafalgar parent Rup Kang will be delivering a short visual presentation on Diwali and lndo-Canadian culture at 9am this Tuesday. Parents are welcome to watch the assembly, hope to see you there!
If any parents would like to share an aspect of their culture either at a future assembly or the international Festival in May, please send us a note (mailto:email@example.com?subject=Intercultural%20learning) .
Your support in enriching our children’s cultural experiences is much appreciated.
Saleema Noon – Parent information session
Talk Sex Today – Body Science Boot Camp for Parents
Wednesday, 6 November – 6:30pm – 8pm
Parenthood never arrives with a rulebook, and when it comes to explaining the world of sexual health to your child, it can be hard not to end up a bright shade of red. Using humor and straight talk in an open, interactive environment, Saleema Noon Sexual Health Educators will show you how easy it is to convey healthy, positive messages about sexual health to kids.
In this workshop parents will learn:
• Why we need to talk to children about sexual health at a young age
• How to reduce risk of child sexual abuse
• What children should know at each stage of development, with specific examples of how to explain concepts and processes
• How to become their kids’ preferred source of sexual health information
• How to normalize open, honest sexual health conversations in their family
• How to effectively answer even the toughest questions kids ask
• What will be covered in Body Science workshops for students
- When: Wednesday 6th November – 6:30pm – 8pm
- When: Trafalgar School Library
Sponsored By Trafalgar Pac. For more information about Saleema Noon Sexual Health Educators go to www.saleemanoon.com.
Monsters Ball thank you
Monsters Ball was a smashing success. The PAC would like to take a quick moment to thank some key people who make this very special event happen.
- Carrie Linegar starts planning this event months in advance and puts an enormous amount of time and thought into making sure it’s a great evening
- Andrew Konetzka does such a fantastic job scaring our little ones every year in the haunted house
- Nicki Jergens puts everything together for the delicious and very popular cake raffle. No licking the cakes! 😜
- Marty Pospischil and his team get us in going on the big day with their fantastic Pumpkin Drive outside the school. From this year’s pumpkin sales and generous donations, $1150 was raised for the BC Cancer Foundation (Ride to Conquer Cancer) and another $1150 was donated to the Trafalgar PAC. Thank you Marty and crew!
Also a big shout out to the many Trafalgar students, alumni and all those amazing parents who chipped in to fill 100 volunteer spots to help run the night.