News & Announcements
The week of Nov. 20-24 is anti-bullying week. As a school we will be doing various activities this week:
Every class will be reading a copy of ” The Invisible Boy” – with discussion and lessons around inclusivity. A read copy can be found on Youtube here:
Daily announcements will focus on acceptance, inclusivity and respecting others.
Classrooms will choose one of our pictures
The following note will go home with progress reports regarding parent-teacher interviews:
Parent-teacher interviews will take place during the evening of Nov. 23rd and the day of Nov. 24. Individual teachers may also add interview time slots outside of this.
To sign up for parent teacher interviews please go to:
The window to book interviews will be open from Nov. 16 – Nov. 22.
You will need your
Conflict vs Bullying
Is conflict the same as bullying? People may sometimes confuse conflict with bullying, but they
are different. Conflict occurs when two or more people have a disagreement, a difference of
opinion or different views. Conflict between students does not always mean it is bullying.
Children learn at a young age to understand that others can have a different perspective than
their own, but developing the ability to
Some classes will be doing Halloween activities on October 31. Students are welcome to wear costumes for the day, but are not obligated. If students chose to wear a costume, we ask that they follow a few guidelines:
The costume not be too scary for Primary students (i.e., minimal gore and blood)
The costume be appropriate for school and adhere to our dress code.
Join us on October 4 for Walk to School and Walk at School Day!
Wednesday, October 4th is Walk to School Day and Walk at School Day! On Walk to School Day students from more than 40 countries will walk, bike or wheel to and from school.
When the route to school is safe for walking or biking, the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Active and Safe Routes to School (ASRTS)