News & Announcements
The highlight of this week was our Primrose Reads Celebration. Over the course of the Fall our students have been reading a series of five picture books that shared the theme of community. Each class read the books, blogged, and reflected on the message. Each student got to vote on their favourite and the winner was revealed on Thursday. The winner was
I am consistently surprised by leadership our students show. This week some of our grade seven and eight students volunteered to run intramurals for our grade primary and grade four students. 30 of our grade five and six students signed up to be reading tutors for our primary students. Older students are running clubs for younger students like the tech club and the
Great Halloween spirit was on display at Primrose this week. The Boogie-a-thon had our kids dancing together and wearing some really fun costumes. Thanks to your generosity we raised over $8 000 for technology in the school. Thanks to our organizing team of Mrs. Millsap, Mrs. Williamson, Ms. Kelk and Mrs. Hughes. Thank you to our dance team who taught us some really
Just a reminder that tomorrow is a PD Day and the school is closed to students. Enjoy the long weekend with your children.
The Boogie-a-Thon is Tuesday! Thank you to all who have sponsored our students. If you child forgot to bring in
The preparations for our Boogieathon are in full swing. Students are learning the dances and singing the songs. Thank you to those of you who have sent back your fundraising forms. For each $5.00 that a student brings in they receive a ticket to enter in a draw for some fabulous prizes. Envelopes are due by Thursday, October 26.
This week our
We are excited to launch a new Ontario Ecoschools year at Primrose Elementary School!
Ontario Ecoschools is an environmental education and certification program for grades K-12. The program helps school communities develop both ecological literacy and environmental practices so students, staff and teachers become environmentally responsible citizens. The program aims to reduce the ecological footprint of schools is
Fall has finally breezed in with cooler temperatures. We definitely felt it this week when 125 of our Pumas headed to the Cross Country Meet in Orangeville. Our Pumas showed spirit and PRIDE as they ran in the cold and the rain. Once again Primrose sent the largest team in the County. Results will be posted soon, but we know that a number
I can’t tell you how impressed I was on Friday to see so many of our students and most of the staff wearing green in support and recognition of Cerebral Palsy. CP has effected a number of our students and their families over the years. When I asked one of our students about it he commented that, “It was awesome to see so
What a crazy week weather wise. We began with the summer weather we did not get and ended with Fall drizzle.
This week our Junior and Intermediate soccer teams had a great day at the County Tournament. Thank you to Mr. Murphy and Mr. Mesesnel for organizing and coaching our teams. Thank you to the parents who came out to cheer our Pumas on.
This week our
Thank you to all the parents who came to our Meet the Teacher Night this past week. It was so good to meet so many families.
This week a number of our junior and intermediate students auditioned for Annie Jr. We are looking forward to rehearsals to begin soon.
On Friday we celebrated our first House Day. Our Houses have students
It has been a great week at Primrose. We have had the opportunity to visit with each of the classes to talk about goal setting and safety. We also celebrated Character Day on Wednesday where we looked at those character traits that are true to us and those that we want to develop over the course of the year. We would like all
Welcome back to everyone! We have had an exciting week coming together and getting to know each other. Our school has blossomed to a community of 465 students. Students were excited to meet old friends and make new ones. Whether students were at Primrose last year or new to the building this year, we are all Primrose!
Primrose is a place where
Local Food Club is back! This monthly “meal-in-a-bag” program features seasonal recipes and local foods sent home with your student in a stylish orange backpack. Each pack is $20, feeds a family of four at least, and 10% of total sales is donated back to the school. Don’t miss their BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL Seasons’s Pass: order and pay for the year and get $10