Another week...another system shutdown. As a type this I am hoping that you are safe and warm.
On Sunday, the Shelburne Legion hosted its annual Speech Competition. Congratulations to all our speakers for their wonderful presentations. In the Junior division Emily is to be congratulated for her first place finish and
Mother Nature is not a happy woman! She is particularly unhappy with Hwy 124. It has been a few weeks of unpredictable weather, particularly the winds. Let’s hope that the next few weeks are calm and that we have students in our building.
That being said we
Well that was a cold week! It is nice to feel warmer temperatures again. Last week was a short week to say the least but students were busily working on assignments, quizzes, and presentations as we wrap up the first term. The choir has also started to prepare for its
Well, January has provided us with some driving challenges already. As mentioned in an earlier email the automated message provider for the board has changed and so the messaging you received on Thursday sounded a little different. Once again we encourage you to check on the status of
Congratulations to the boys’ volleyball team on being County champs. Also to the girls’ team for a terrific season. Thanks to coaches Ms. Kelk, Mr. Hawkins and Mrs. Williamson.
The junior volleyball house tournament happened Thursday. Thanks to Ms. Di Felice and Mrs. Robertson for organizing
It was so wonderful to see so many of our families at the Breakfast with Santa event yesterday. Seeing all of you in a festive environment kicks off the holiday season in a joyful way that is focused on community and childhood wonder. Thank you to our amazing
A reminder that this Thursday evening and the PD Day on Friday have been set aside for interviews for the progress reports. Information on the online interview request system was sent home with the reports. Visit www.ugdsb.ca/pti , enter your child’s OEN (located
Yesterday Primrose took time to remember the men and women who have served and are serving in Canada’s military. Thank you to Mrs. Hughes for putting together a moving assembly that honoured those who have given so much in the name of peace. Thank you to the choir,
Thank you everyone for contributing to our Boogieathon. We raised over $6 000 that will go to technology in the school. The students looked so cute in their costumes and had a lot of fun dancing. Thank you to the parents that joined in on the fun. Thanks
The highlight of the week has been our Primrose Reads Finale yesterday. After a month of reading some inspiring stories about amazing people, our Pumas took to the polls. We were pleased to announce our winner, “Keith Haring: The Boy Who Just Kept Drawing.” The students were pleased
Thank you to the team of Pumas who participated in our third Shoreline Clean Up last Sunday. 19 dedicated people collected 12Kg of garbage and 21Kg of recycling along the Boyne River just north of the school. The top items found were beverage cans, food wrappers, paper and
So many things are starting to happen throughout the school. The grade 4-8 Primrose Singers have begun to rehearse, Me to We is planning a We Scare Hunger Campaign, Sewing Club is sewing, the newspaper is planning its first edition, OVOT is planning some community activities, and intermediate
Happy Thanksgiving to all our families.
The highlight of this past week was the Cross Country Meet. Primrose sent 120 runners to compete in Orangeville on Wednesday. We are so proud of all our Pumas who gave it their all and achieved many personal bests. We are
Principal’s Message - September 29, 2018
Congratulations to our junior and intermediate soccer teams for great participation and sportsmanship at the tournaments this past week. Thank you to Mr. Murphy and Mlle. DiFelice for coaching our teams. Thank you to our Puma Parents who came out to
WorldWaterDay.org hosts a number of fantastic learning materials, stories, and a resource library of water-related content.
Weave our World Water Day lesson plan into your classroom, and our Water Awareness and Action campaign kit ideas throughout your school to learn about and improve upon your own water management.
Our school communities wouldn’t be what they are without exceptional staff, students, volunteers and community members. Now’s your chance to recognize that person who goes the extra mile to make the Upper Grand an amazing place to work and learn.