Report Cards and Early Dismissal – March 9th & 10th
A reminder report cards will go home on Monday March 7th. There will be early dismissal on March 9th and 10th at 2:00 PM in order to accommodate conferences.
Scholastic Book Fair – March 9th and 10th
Spring into Reading! Come to the Scholastic book fair and get some great books for spring break entertainment AND support the school library. Our goal is to sell 500 books – that is one book for every student in the school! That will give us 250 NEW books for the library!
Also consider buying a book for the classroom – classroom wish lists will be posted in the gym during the fair. The more books sold, means more resources for the Trafalgar Library!
The book fair will run March 9th from 1:30pm – 7pm and March 10th from 1:30pm – 5pm in the gym.
If you would like to volunteer during the fair, please contact Janice at email@example.com. Volunteers are needed for set up, cashiers and packing up. Thanks for helping!
Loonie Popsicle Sale – Friday March 11th
Playground Community Build
Track and Field Volunteers
Track and Field practice is set to begin the week of April 4th. We are looking for parent volunteers with a background in Track and Field. Parent volunteers would be buddied with a teacher sponsor. Practices are usually Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings before school. If you are interested please contact Sarah Kramer at :firstname.lastname@example.org
Trafalgar Out of School Care Society (TOOSC) – Spring Break Programs
Looking for something for your kids to do over the Spring Break? The Trafalgar Out of School Care Society is here to help!
Spring Break Brochure
Trafalgar Out of School Care Society (TOOSC) – Centre Manager Role
The Trafalgar Out of School Care Society [TOOSCS] is non‐profit, sustainable, parent‐run childcare centre providing safe, appropriate and inclusive care to children registered at Trafalgar Elementary School and the surrounding neighbourhood.
The TOOSC is currently seeking a full-time Centre Manager. Please follow the link here for the full position description.
Get involved with shaping the future of our schools
The Vancouver School Board is asking for input from parents regarding their Long Range Facilities Plan (LRFP), which sets goals for schools including use of school facilities, seismic upgrades and school closures. Feedback for the LRFP will be taken in a series of public open houses and workshops over the next two months, the first of which is March 5th.
Lear more about the Strategic Plan and Public Meetings
Learn more about the issues here (www.vsb.b.ca/vsbengagement) or follow @VSBEngagement on Twitter