News & Announcements
What an absolutely amazing week. The highlight had to be Wednesday when three things had all of our students actively engaged. Congratulations to the Primrose Track and Field team for an amazing day at the country track meet. There were a number of personal bests and tales of perseverance. All students that went are to applauded for the great day. Thank you to
Happy Father’s Day to all our Dads. It was a busy and magical week at Primrose.
On Tuesday, we welcomed our community to our Annual EcoArts Night. Thank you to all parents who made it out to officially open the outdoor classroom, take in performances by the Primrose Singers and grade three dances and who were reminded to “Pause, Ponder and Place”
In its efforts to continually review and monitor the safety of our schools, the Upper Grand District School Board is expanding its Video Surveillance Project. Once the project is complete, all UGDSB schools will be equipped with video cameras.
Over the course of next year, all remaining schools – include our school – will have video cameras installed. Much of the
Congratulations to the Primrose Run Club for winning first place in the School Challenge at the Compass Run for Food yesterday. It was amazing to see students, teachers and parents gather on a Saturday to run and support the Orangeville Food Bank. Thank you to Mr. Parsons and the parents who ran with our Run Club regularly.
Congratulations to the Primrose Singers
The Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) Final Report (Draft) will be presented at the Business Operations Committee meeting on June 12, 2018. The meeting starts at 7 pm in the boardroom at the Guelph Board Office, 500 Victoria Road N, Guelph.
The final report has considered the feedback received during the second phase of public engagement conducted throughout
It is hard to believe that we are now in June.
Tomorrow is Standards Day. Students in grades 1-8 will be participating in a variety of track and field events. We use the results to pick our team to send to the county meet in a few weeks. We realize that there could be a mix of weather tomorrow. We ask
This week the school board announced transfers of Principals and Vice Principals. It is with sadness that we learned that Ms. Federico will be moving to Credit Meadows in Orangeville in September. We will miss her knowledge and her kindness. We will be welcoming Ms. Shilvock who will be coming to us from Centennial Hylands.
On Tuesday the Upper Grand District
Happy Mother’s Day to all our moms, step-moms, grandmas, and mothering figures in our kids’ lives.
This week begins with a series of congratulations. We are very proud of Bryn for becoming Provincial Champion of the Legion Speech Competition. It is quite challenging to go from local to regional to province. Congratulations on all your hard work.
Congratulations to our EcoMoms on being
On Friday, the school was buzzing with the sound of skipping. Thank you to all families who supported our Jump Rope for Heart event. The weather cooperated…a little. Some of our classes were able to skip outdoors and others in the gym. Thank you to Ms. Noble and Mrs. Ware for organizing a great event.
Friday Run Club was out stretching their
Congratulations to the Choir on a second week of wonderful performances. They performed at the Upper Grand Music Festival and this week they will be performing at the Orangeville Music Festival. It is a wonderful experience for our students to collaborate in such a creative way.
This week our students in grades 4-8 were treated to a special presentation by musician, Baba
A big shout out to the Primrose Singers who achieved three gold ribbons at the Kiwanis Music Festival this past week. This in the highest award that can be given to a choir at the Festival. Our 93 singers are to be congratulated on their excellent performances. Thank you to our choir masters Mrs. Robertson and Mrs. Hawkins for their wonderful leadership. Thank
This week Primrose focused on feelings of community. On Wednesday we wore pink for International Pink Shirt Day. This day focuses on students supporting each other and talking a stand against bullying. On Thursday we showed our support of Humboldt, Saskatchewan and wore our hockey jerseys.
Thank you our Primrose community for bringing in 473.2 Lbs of food for our Spring
The Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) Final Report (Draft) is going to be presented at 5 regional public meetings throughout the month of May.
The draft report includes a list of proposed short (1-5 yrs.) and long (6-10 yrs.) accommodation priorities. The report does not include any recommended changes to school programs or boundaries.
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