Lunch / Recess:
Please note that our lunch program, including heat ups
has ended for this year. This means that children must
bring their own lunch for the remainder of this week.
Also keep in mind there is NO heat up service available.
Children also need to bring their own recess snacks as
our canteen supplies have been depleted.
On behalf of the student of St. Augustine’s School I
would like to extend a big thank you to our Kids Eat
Smart Volunteers for another great year of service in
preparing and serving hot and healthy lunches to our
Dismissal on Thursday:
School will begin for students at 10:30 on Thursday.
Buses will start their runs at approximately 10:00 am.
We will have our year end assembly beginning at 11:30.
Parents and guardians are welcome to attend. As per the
changes communicated in a memo sent home earlier this
year there will be no student awards, such as boy or
girl of the year given out.
Students will be dismissed for summer holidays at 12:30.
All Kindergarten students will attend at this time as
Mrs. Diana Durdle will be traveling with the Canadian
Teachers Federation, representing the NLTA as part of
Operation Overseas. Each summer teachers from across
Canada, travel to developing countries to work with
local teachers and provide professional development.
Mrs. Durdle is the only teacher from Newfoundland on the
team. She will be spending the month of July in the
Caribbean and we wish her luck and safe travels.
Congratulations and Safe Travels:
On behalf of the staff and students of St. Augustine’s
school we would like to extend congratulations, to two
of our teachers who will be travelling for educational
purposes this summer.
Mrs. Tina Ford will be spending two weeks in the
Netherlands learning about Canada’s role in the
liberation of the Dutch during WWII. Mrs. Ford is one of
several teachers from across Canada who will be taking
part. This is an interest to Mrs. Ford who has travelled
on other similar trips. The knowledge and experiences
she brings back is shared with teachers and students to
deepen their understanding of Canada’s war effort.