TOMORROW is the Primary Play Day! Please send your child with sun screen, a hat and a water bottle!
Kindergarten classes are outside from 9 – 10:15.
Grades 1 – 3 are out from 11:00 – 12:30
Our end of the year Celebration Assembly is on Thursday at 9:00 am – All are welcome!
Please find the …
June 2018 Newsletter REV (word)
June 2018 Calendar (pdf)
Here is the March Newsletter – I have missed some events on the Newsletter copy of the Calendar but they are on the website Calendar!
The halls are buzzing with excitement! Staff have been working hard to make the first day of school exciting and engaging to set the tone for the learning year!
If you are new to our school family, we extend a warm welcome and encourage you to become actively involved in the activities …
Please find our June 2017 News Flash attached!
Important Dates for Fall 2017:
Wednesday, August 30th – New Student Registration
Tuesday, September 5th – First Day of School
Thursday, September 14th – School Council Meeting (at 7:00 pm in the Staff Room)
Thursday, September 28th – TEPS Open House
Links to News Flash: June …
Fun Night is coming on Thursday, June 8th! Please mark your calendar for Taylor Evans’ biggest event of the year! It is always a great way to end the school year, come together as a community, and have some fun!
Our grade 8 class will be travelling to Ottawa and then graduate …
It is hard to believe we are in May already! The world is growing and turning green again. We have many exciting greening initiatives happening at school that help educate our children and make them invested in the environment. Primary students have planted seeds and are watching them grow into seedlings for the …
Spring is fast approaching. With the warmer temperature, comes melting snow and a muddy playground. Please continue to have your children wear appropriate footwear outside as well as keep a pair of indoor shoes at school.
In school, the students and staff are hard at work growing our learning and minds. You can support …
How Time Flies!
Cold weather has returned and with that the need to dress warmly. Parents are reminded to send students to school with warm clothing including: hats, mitts and outdoor shoes/boots. Layers are suggested. Extra socks and mittens in backpacks are a good idea.
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