News & Announcements

Live Free From Hunger Day – Friday, March 1, 2019

Posted February 21, 2019

Many children go to school without sufficient nourishment to be ready to learn. The Children’s Foundation Food & Friends Program currently supports 106 breakfast, morning meal, lunch or snack programs in Wellington, Dufferin and Guelph. Unfortunately, core funding is not enough to maintain these vital programs. Friday, March 1st is Help

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Kindergarten Reading Winners!

Posted February 20, 2019

Congratulations to Mrs. Verbeek and Mrs. Cairn's Kindergarten class. They are one of the winners of the UGDSB Kindergarten Reading Challenge!  The class was challenged to post a pictures of Class Read Alouds, Reading and Math Connections, and  Engaging Class Book Nooks.  They have won a new book and some

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Yogurt Bar Day – On Tomorrow!

Posted February 13, 2019

Yogurt ParfaitYogurt Bar food day is on tomorrow (Thursday, Feb.14th) at first nutrition break.

Talent Show – Hosted by CPF – CANCELLED FOR TONIGHT Friday, February 8

Posted February 8, 2019

Please note that due to weather the Talent Show scheduled for this evening has been cancelled.  A new date will be announced when available.  

Yogurt Bar Day – Moved to Next Thursday

Posted February 6, 2019

Dear Parents, Due to the school closure today, we could not receive our food delivery for Yogurt Bar day that was scheduled for tomorrow.  We will be rescheduling Yogurt Bar Day to *next* Thursday - February 14th.  It will be at first nutrition break as usual on that day.

Marker Recycling

Posted January 31, 2019

Colour CycleThanks to a partnership with Paisley Road Public School in Guelph, we will be collecting all of our used, empty, dried out markers, highlighters and dry erase markers and sending them to the Crayola

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Buses Cancelled – School Open

Posted January 31, 2019

Good Morning, It is a frigid and blustery one out there today!  All of our school buses have been cancelled today, but the school is open.  We will be inside for recess today as long as the Extreme Cold Warning is in effect.  Stay warm!

Bus Newsletter

Posted January 28, 2019

School Bus Here is the most recent Bus Newsletter from Student Transportation.  In it you will find information for Kindergarten Parents for the 2019-20 school year, information for the annual First Ride program that is open to all students, and the School Bus Code

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Wednesday, Jan.23

Posted January 23, 2019

Wednesday, January 23rd - All buses are cancelled. The school is still open. Parents are welcome to send their children to school if they feel safe to do so.    

Parking at PPS

Posted January 18, 2019

As many of you are aware, parking at PPS is a challenge.  The school parking lots are small, which means we do not have parking available for parents in our lots.  However, we wanted to make you aware of some parking options available to you if you are picking up

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Book Fair – Success!

Posted December 21, 2018

The Book Fair Was a Success! The annual Scholastic Book Fair was held during November 26-30, 2018.  Revenue from the Book Fair was $5007.95 and that earned us a 60% profit in Scholastic books (excluding applicable taxes).  As a result, our library gained many new books that will be enjoyed by

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Winter Talent Show – Friday, February 8, 2019

Posted December 19, 2018

Talent Show Registration Form 2019

Holiday Spirit is in the Air at PPS!

Posted December 17, 2018

Hello Families, We have a Spirit-Filled week this week in our last week before the Winter Break with lots of fun things going on. Our Santa Gram Sale run by Student Council has finished raising funds for School Council and the local Food Bank.  Grade 1-3 are on a field trip to

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Michael Wade – Author Visit – Grade 3-6/7

Posted December 4, 2018

Author Visit:  Wednesday morning, December 5th: Michael Wade,  author of “And Then It Happened” Series…. Hello! My name is Michael Wade and I will be visiting your child’s school on Wednesday, December 5th, 2018. On this day only, signed copies of my books, And Then It Happened 1 – 13 will be

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Norwell Grade 8 Parent Information Night *THIS THURSDAY*

Posted December 4, 2018

Grade 8 Parent Info Nights Tldsb

 Come to Norwell D.S.S. for an introduction to High School life! Learn about Ontario Secondary School Diploma

(OSSD) requirements, meet grade 9 options teachers, tour Norwell, talk to department,

special program, and extra-curricular lead teachers, pick up

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Santa Grams FOR SALE

Posted December 3, 2018

What are Santa Grams? Santa Grams will be for sale from December 7th to 12th and they are $0.25 each. When you purchase a Santa Gram, you send a short message and a small candy cane to the friend or classmate you address it to. You may purchase as many as

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Art Auction and Lasagna Dinner Fundraiser Tonight!

Posted November 23, 2018

Art Auction and Lasagna Dinner Fundraiser Art Kid 6:00pm Palmerston Public School Come and enjoy a delicious dinner and place your bids on the beautiful student artwork we have in the halls! This is a fundraiser for Canadian Parents for French and the Palmerston School Council All

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“Students Day” – Minto 81’s Senior “AA” Hockey – Sunday, December 2 at 2:00 p.m.

Posted November 23, 2018

Palmerston PS Glee Club will open the game by singing O' Canada accompanied by PPS Rock Band. Minto 81's Senior "AA" Hockey "STUDENTS DAY" - FREE STUDENT ADMISSION Sunday, December 2 - Game Time 2:00 p.m. - Palmerston Arena Shoot-to-Score / Chuck-a-Puck / Door Prizes

Winter Clothing Help Needed

Posted November 21, 2018

Hello Palmerston Families, We have a need for gently used: winter boots snow pants winter hats We need them for students from Kindergarten to Grade 8.  If you have any boots, snow pants, or hats that you are able to donate, please have your child bring them into the main office. Thank you

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School Council Presents … Elf the Movie November 29, 2018

Posted November 21, 2018

School Movie Elf
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