Young Children - A support group for caregivers of
children ages 2 - 12
Click here for more information.
Lunch envelopes for the next two weeks were sent home on
Thursday, March 26th. Envelopes and money should be
returned by Friday, March 27th. A copy of the
menu was included with the parent memo.
If your child is not ordering from the lunch
program on a particular day please make sure you make
alternate arrangements for him or her. Our lunch program
volunteers only prepare what is on the menu for a given
day and cannot make substitutions. Please make
sure you keep healthy food choices in mind when packing
recess and / or lunch for your child.
The Digital Citizenship section of our website has
been updated with links to some great resources.
Click here to access the page.
School Climate Surveys – Parent and Guardians of Grade 2
and Five Students:
Each year the Department of Education conducts a school
climate surveys in grades 2, 5, and 7 to level III. They
are administered to gauge the quality of education in
the province are receiving and where improvements are
needed. Students complete a paper survey in school while
parents, guardians and teachers complete online surveys.
If you do not have internet access or have trouble
accessing the survey please visit the school for
assistance and / or access to a computer to complete it.
Please see the memo and brochure sent home on February
23rd for more information.
Parents and guardians of Grades 2
and 5 students
to access the survey.
We have been informed by Community Health that this is a
problem again. They are seeing a higher number of cases
than usual and we have had some cases reported to us as
well. Every year the same problem arises so please check
your child’s head every night. If your daughter or son
has long hair it would be advisable to braid it or put
it up in a ponytail. If there is a problem then you
should contact the Community Health Nurse at 488-2700.
This is a very tormenting problem and can be very
difficult to clear up if your child gets it. Unless we
get the cooperation of every single family then this
will continue to be a concern for all of us.
Contacting Your Child’s Teacher:
If you need to contact your child’s teacher please
call the school to arrange an appointment. Optionally
you may contact him or her via the email address found
on the school website.