News & Announcements
We had a wonderful day yesterday! The energy in the building was contagious – you could feel the excitement. Students and staff shared year end celebrations including a great assembly, outside games, trips, walks, and classroom celebrations.
The end of the school year is often
Please check out the above link for details regarding September 2016 transportation for your child.
What a wonderful night it was! Our grade 8 students celebrated the end of their elementary school career. As they look forward to the new experiences that their secondary education will bring, we wish them all the best in grade 9! A big thank you
The next few weeks are jammed packed with exciting events and activities for Elora Public School students! Check our our calendar for specific details!
Thank you to everyone who attended our Family BBQ last week! Dar’s Country Market provided a delicious meal for us to enjoy! It was great to see so many families come out to enjoy the band, zumba and face painting! Spirit wear with our new
I was working in two different classrooms in two very different schools and noticed that the children approached solving problems in math differently. When children were given a problem in one classroom, their hands would immediately go up in the air with cries of,
The month of June is quickly upon us and it is time to collect back all library books to the library. Please triple check backpacks and under beds to be sure any books that have been borrowed to the library
Thank you to everyone for donating their spare change to help support the people of Fort McMurray. As a school we collected $2000 for the Red Cross. Amazing! This speaks volumes to the kindness, compassion and generosity of our school community.
Grade 8 Grad is fast approaching. Grade 8 students, please email a baby picture to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name in the subject line OR send in a hard copy (with your name clearly written on the back) to your homeroom teacher by
Children’s Mental Health Week is about increasing awareness of the signs of child and youth mental health problems, decreasing stigma and understanding that help is available and treatment can work.
The more educated we are on the subject, the more capable we are to reach out for support. There should be no shame in talking about mental health issues.