Remember to engage your child when they come home and ask “What did you learn today?”
What can you do together that does not involve screens? Get outside, have the no device rule while eating, read and count together, and, for a good night’s sleep – no screen time at …
We are definitely having one strange winter!! It is amazing to see how the playground transforms into a building zone when we have snow. Play is such an important part of development for a child. It helps teach them problem-solving skills as well as pro-social skills – ways …
Wow! Our two cents for 2020 – don’t make a resolution – create a new habit!
We cannot believe that when we return it will be 2020!
The staff wishes everyone a safe and enjoyable Winter Break. We are looking forward to working with you in 2020 as …
Message from the Office
November has been a great month of learning! Of special note, students brought home their progress reports as a significant communication of their progress. An important aspect with which you, the parents, can support is goal setting. Have a conversation with your child about what they did …
Important Dates to Note:
Thursday, June 27th – Medications will come home in your child’s backpack
Wednesday, August 28th, 2019
✏ Office Open for New Student Registrations
Tuesday September 3th, 2019
✏ FIRST Day of School
Wednesday, September 12th, 2019
✏ School Council Meeting 7pm
Check the website for dates and news after August 26th
A Message from the Office
As usual we …
JUNE 2019 NEWSLETTER
We would like to take this time to thank all of our staff, students, supervisors, School Council and parents who have come together to support our students through the year! We are always amazed at the extra hours and effort people put in to support our children!
This month we will be …
We would like to thank the many parents, grandparents, relatives and friends who volunteer at Taylor Evans PS. Your help in the classroom, on trips and in many other areas of our school programs is greatly appreciated. Thank you parents for supporting at home, reading and counting with your children, and ensuring they …
Monthly Environmental Activities to help celebrate our planet
May 22nd is International Biodiversity Day!
It is vital to teach our children to respect and take care of the environment.
Celebrate Biological Diversity Day on May 22nd!
The United Nations has proclaimed May 22 The International Day for Biological Diversity to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity …
This school year, the Ministry of Education has requested that the Human Development and Sexual Health expectations from the 2010 Physical Education curriculum be taught to students. This education starts with children learning about themselves, their feelings, their bodies and about showing respect for themselves and others in a reliable and accurate way. This …
We have had a hectic March in terms of learning and in terms of weather. Mr. Gouk and I have been doing our blue sky dances on a nightly basis.
We would like to thank the School Council for running the dance-a-thon in March! We raised $3300 to support Math and Literacy …
We have had some seriously weird weather lately! We have, however, continued to keep an active school with many opportunities for our students to engage. We are very much looking forward to our Colour House Winter Festival this Friday, March 8 from 11:00 – 12:30! The forecast looks to be on our …
The newsletter will be coming home in print form today as well.
The December Newsletter is now on line here or available in print in the office!