News & Announcements
This Week’s Happenings
The highlight of the week was definitely our Meet the Teacher Night. Thank you to all those parents who were able to come and meet their child’s teacher and see their classroom. Communication between home and school is important to us. If at any time you have a question or a concern do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher through a note in the agenda or a phone message (all extensions can be found on the school website.) In addition
This week was all about reorganization. On Friday 101 of our Pumas in grades one to seven moved classes or had changes of teachers. One student commented that is like the first day of school all over again. We are now set and there are no more changes to classes. I will be posting an updated list of staff on our website later this weekend. We are looking forward to hiring a new teacher for our 5/6 class and for day fours in kindergarten.
This Week`s Happenings
It is hard to believe that the first week of school is already over. It has been a great start to school with so many things already happening. The Board Staffing Committee is continuing their work and we should hear early next week about school reorganization. We will let you know as soon as we can.
We have begun the school year with an emphasis on the Board motto of `Learn, Lead, Inspire – Together`. This week a number of our students showed
The Upper Grand District School Board is undertaking a North Dufferin Boundary Review and French Immersion (FI) Feasibility Study. The purpose of this review is to confirm the viability of an FI program in Shelburne, and to make changes to FI school boundaries to establish a new North Dufferin JK-8 FI boundary. This also involves modifications to existing JK-8 Regular Track boundaries.
Board staff is planning a Shelburne FI Feasibility Study Public Information Session on September 19, 2016 from 7-9pm in the gymnasium at Centennial
Hello everyone and Happy First Day of School,
We are excited to begin a new school year and for your child to begin this new chapter of schooling. We were pleased to welcome 38 new students to Primrose this year. This is in addition to our junior kindergarten students who will be starting later this week. I would like to thank our Primrose School Ambassadors for doing a great job of introducing our new students to Primrose. I have had a number of students visit
Congratulations Pumas on achieving Gold EcoSchool status for the fifth year in a row.
I’d like to take a few minutes to formally say thank you on behalf of the teaching staff. Our days
at school are often a flurry of activity and it is nice to have a moment to slow down this evening
and express our appreciation.
Our school board’s vision statement begins as follows, “Students will attain individual excellence
through dynamic programming provided by an effective staff and supported by a committed
community.” You, the volunteers, play a significant role in Primrose’s “committed community.”
You have chosen to join the Primrose team
Join us this Thursday for our Annual EcoFest!
Let’s turn the tide against plastics in our water system!