We wish to share with our community this End of Year Letter to Families from the York Region District School Board’s Director of Education, Louise Sirisko and Chair, Corrie McBain. Our thanks, as always, for your support.
Just a reminder that intermediate Track and Field Areas has been postponed until Thursday.
Our Junior students who went to the Area track and field meet will be delayed in their return until 5pm.
Just a reminder that families are welcome to drop in to tour our new school building at 21 Mullen Drive on Tuesday, June 12th from 5pm to 7pm.
The school is located between Clark Ave and Steeles, off of New Westminster Drive.
Just a reminder that our milk program has now ended for this school year.
Just a reminder that our “Walk Down Memory Lane” Open House & Fun Fair starts at 4:30 pm and continues until 7:30 pm. Our Talent Show will be at 6:45 pm.
Tickets for food and activities will be available for purchase tonight.
All schools in the York Region District School Board are committed to improving student achievement and well-being. On Thursday, June 28, 2018, an early release day will take place to allow elementary teachers and support staff to take part in meetings during the afternoon of that day. These meetings will allow for school staff to engage in culminating activities regarding the review and revision of the School’s Improvement Plan as well as year-end and transition activities that support student success.
As has been our practice in the past, students will attend school during the morning of Thursday, June 28, 2018 only. Students will be dismissed early that day at 11:50 am. Arrangements will be made to ensure that students who are normally bused to and from school will receive transportation at this time. Parents/guardians whose children attend after school child care should make appropriate arrangements to address this change in schedule.
Just a reminder of our School Council meeting on Thursday, May 31st at 7pm.
Recently, some of our students had the opportunity to observe the butterfly life cycle for their Science class. The larvae (caterpillars) were tiny when they arrived at the beginning of May. From larvae, they entered the pupa stage where they formed cocoons. While it looked like they were sleeping, the real work was happening inside the cocoon where butterflies were being formed.
Once our butterflies formed, we released them into the wild! Here are some pictures:
As you may be aware, season two of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why became available on Netflix May 18, 2018. The series is popular with many adolescents and young adults, and deals with the difficult topic of suicide and other complex issues. As such, we are sharing this letter 13 Reasons Why – Letter to Families from our Director of Education in the interest of providing information regarding the series and resources available to deal with the topics portrayed within the series.