Hello Mustang Families,
Just a few reminders as we head into the last week of school:
-Report cards come home. Please have a look in your child's backpack and contact your child's teacher(s) if you have any concerns.
-Grade 8 Grad- graduates please be at the school for 545pm for our offical
12 Ways to Make Sure Your Family (and You) Get your Dose of VITAMIN ‘N’ this Summer!
The benefits are clear. Now, more than ever, we can feel good about getting our family and ourselves outdoors and into Nature. It reduces stress levels, improves mood, boosts our immune system and
Dear Parents & Guardians ,
This year, approximately 307 students at PMPS participated in Heart & Stroke’s Jump Rope for Heart event. Together, we raised approximately $5500 for the foundation.
For more than 35 years, Jump Rope for Heart has empowered kids to take charge of their heart and brain health. Jump
Thank you to all who filled in the survey to express interest in an International Baccalaureate programme (IB) in Orangeville/Dufferin or Erin.
The survey results and other feasibility criteria such as enrolment levels, participation rates and financial implications of offering the IB programme have been considered in the report “Orangeville/Dufferin
Our School Council is excited to tell our community about Mabel’s Labels. These labels are fantastic and will help keep track of your child’s belongings by identifying them with labels. Go to the Mabel's Labels website (www.mabelslabels.ca) and select our school. Our school receives 20% of orders to
School Council meets this Thursday, June 6th at 630pm. Please come out for our final meeting of the year!
Just a reminder that it is a PD day on Friday, June 7th. Teachers will be working on school organization and assessment.
Just a reminder that our new Kindergartens are invited to attend
Did you hear? PMPS raised $5,457.25 for the Heart & Stroke Foundation! Thank you goes to our top fundraisers: Vanessa raised $503, Jase, $315, and Kaidance $250. This will go along way to helping fund reserach and awareness for heart health. Well done everyone.
We wanted to thank all of our
The month of June is Pride month. Many of our students, staff, parents/guardians and community members identify as members of the Rainbow or LGBTQ+ community. Flying the Pride flag not only signals that our schools are safe spaces for everyone, it also aligns with our Vision Statement and Guiding Principles
Please find attached to this post the final newsletter blurb for the school year from Mrs. Kennedy. It also has important "Save The Date" information for Grade 9 Orientation.
June Newsletter (Kennedy)
Thursday, May 30th is school colour day! Remember to wear your blue and purple.
Also, May 30th in the evening, we will be having our annual Family Fun Night from 5:30 - 7:00. Come out with your family to play some games and maybe win a prize!
Monthly Environmental Activities to help celebrate our planet
June 5th is World Environment Day!
Protecting the planer is everyone’s responsibility
Celebrate World Environment Day on June 5th 2019
A Platform for Action- World Environment Day is the United Nations’ most important day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our
Family Fun Night is quicky approaching on Thursday, May 30th from 530-7pm. We hope to see many of our families out! Pizza will be available for purchase.
Well done Mustangs! Together, we have raised over $2500 for Heart and Stroke. Just a reminder that all pledge envelopes need to be returned