Important notes about our Chocolate Bar fundraiser:
Only the oldest students in each family will come home with a box of chocolate bars. Bars can be sold for $3 each, for a total of $90 returned per box.
If you are not interested in selling chocolate bars, please return the box
Parent/teacher interviews will be dome on the evening of Thursday Nov. 29th and during the day of Friday Nov. 30th. Parents can book interviews online using our online booking system after Nov. 19. The booking window will be open from Nov. 19-28.
The Upper Grand District School Board has been testing for lead in school drinking water since 2007. New provincial testing requirements came into effect July 2017, which increase the amount of sampling that is required. The Ontario drinking water quality standard for lead is 10 micrograms per litre. This standard
Information from Public Health - Lunchbox Essentials!
Are you getting back into the habit of packing school lunches? A balanced lunch includes a variety of foods to keep your child full and able to learn best. Try to include at least one food item from each of these 4 categories in
Learning about residential schools on Orange Shirt Day
September 30 is Orange Shirt Day, a day for people to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and to keep discussing openly all aspects of residential schools.
Orange Shirt Day originated in the spring of 2013 as a response to Phyllis’ story about
On Thursday, September 27, 2018 all students at our school will be taking part in the annual
Terry Fox School Run. Students will have the opportunity to discuss the heroic efforts of Terry over the next few weeks and raise much needed funds for cancer research. Through their participation in the
Every year, elementary schools conduct safety drills with staff and students. The safety and well-being of our students is our highest priority. Although we hope that an incident that requires response from emergency personnel will never occur in our school, we must be prepared to respond quickly and effectively in