How is it Still Popsicle Weather?!
Well it is, and we’ll take it! We invite you to finish the week with a refreshing treat! There will be a popsicle sale tomorrow after school in support of Camp Jubilee 2016.
All Hands on Deck! Meet the Teacher Night & Welcome Back BBQ – September 22
In the name of BBQ, we need YOU!
What to Do, What to Do? Noon Hour and After School Programs
Missed the deadlines to get the kiddos into a few extracurricular activities? We got you covered!
Check out Newsletter #2 for after school programs your kids will love!
Want to add some fun to your child’s noon hour? No problem! Noon Hour programming will begin October 3rd and run until December 9th for grades 1-7. We have a few old favourites and a couple of fun additions to our roster. Course descriptions and registration information will go home with your child tomorrow. Please check those backpacks for details! Information will also be posted in the main foyer and a few of the instructors will be on-hand at the September 22nd BBQ for you to meet. Registration opens on Friday, September 23rd at 7am, so stay tuned!
Please Help Us Ensure All Students Arrive to School Safe and Sound
If your child will be late or absent to school, please remember to call Safe Arrival at (604-713-5479)
This may sound silly, because of course you know where your child is! However, the school does not and we want to make sure they are safe and sound. This means that Safe Arrival volunteers (other busy Moms and Dads) will be spending time tracking down children who are safe at home when they should be looking for those that are not accounted for. We thank you for your help with this important program.
PAN – Parent Advisory Network – Important Message
School has begun and fall weather is upon us, but also front and centre is the continued debate around provincial funding and the cuts and slashes within school districts as a result. It’s time for us to show our united strength and advocate for change.
Please click HERE to learn about what you can do and what you need to know to best advocate for our children’s future in education.