Week at a Glance
March 12, 2018
SOARS (Safe, Open-minded, Achievement-oriented, Respectful, Responsible, with Spirit)
|Monday, March 12||Hot Lunch|
|Tuesday, March 13||Hoop Shoot for qualifying Finalists SDSS 3:45 – 5:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday, March 14|
|Thursday, March 15||Term 2: Communicating Student Learning reports issued
Mrs. Janzen & Mrs. Turik’s class is hosting a bake sale after school in the primary undercover area. The inspiration for this fundraiser came from a beautiful story “Beatrice’s Goat” as part of their unit on learning about different types of communities. The story is about how a girl in Uganda and her family receive a goat as a gift. The unit and story led to some rich discussions and the students then wanted to try to raise money to buy a goat to help others in positive and sustainable ways. Please bring a Loonie and come support our amazing Kindergarten leaders in their fundraiser!
|Friday, March 16||Spring Shutdown – power down and unplug electronics to support our energy savings and Green Team initiative
Last day before Spring Vacation Commences
|March 19 – April 2||Spring Vacation Period (includes Good Friday and Easter Monday)|
|Tuesday, April 3||School Reopens. Welcome Back!|
Thursday, April 5 8:00 a.m. – Running Club for Track & Field season commences Thursday, April 5th. All intermediate students that would like to participate in Track & Field must attend the morning conditioning practices. Please note practices will be Monday and Thursday mornings at 8:00 a.m., up to and including Monday, May 7th. The Regional Track Meet is scheduled for Wednesday, May 9th. More information will be sent home to families when we return from Spring Vacation Period. Please note – Mrs. Albrecht will be helping lead the running practices so the library will NOT be open on Monday or Thursday mornings before school during this period.
Friday, April 13 – ‘Light It Up Blue’ – April is World Autism Month – we are encouraging all students and staff to wear something blue on Friday, April 13 in support of understanding and acceptance for people with autism.
Wednesday, April 18 at 9:15 a.m. – Artstarts: Metaphor’s show, Elements for K-7 students, combines poetry, rap, turntablism, beatboxing, dance and interactive music. Elements come together to form a greater whole. As the artists perform their individual talents, the show begins to synthesize their skills and expose the power that is inherent when we all connect and unite. These artists use music, dance and participatory games to explore themes of inclusion, exclusion, bullying, acceptance, and celebration. All parents and guests are welcome to join us for this performance. Thank you so much to the PAC for sponsoring this presentation for our students.
Friday, April 20 – Non-Instructional Day (District Wide)