Week at a Glance June 10-14 2019
Very hard to believe that we are down to our last three weeks of school. Many of the children are tired and are ready for a break. Please try to stick to routines as much as possible during this month. We all thank you.
We literally have a mountain of lost and found items in the hallway outside the office. Please remind your child, or wander through yourselves, as I would love to get the items back to the rightful owners. If not picked up by the last say of school, everything goes to the church across the street for their free store.
This week we received a parent package of books and pamphlets from Dr. Claire. Ms. Baillie, in the library, has bar coded the books and put pamphlets and all these resources in our parent library in the front foyer. Please feel free to take pamphlets and sign out the books from the library. Some of the book titles are: “Sex, An Uncensored Introduction”, “Kids, Sex and Screens”, “The Sex Education Book”, and “Talk Sex Today”.
June 21 is National Indigenous Day. The K’omoks First Nation would like to invite you from 4:00-8:00 pm to take part in activities and events for the whole Family. Admission is free so come and enjoy some tasty foods, hands-on workshops, information booths, traditional activities, a Family zone and much more.
Please be on the lookout for permission forms for up-coming fieldtrips. One should be coming home for Beach Day which is on June 18.
Public Health has given us Immunization forms that we will be sending home for your records. We are just sending home what they have given us and it appears that we do not have one for everyone. In that case, I would contact Public Health to inquire, (250-331-8646)
We had our yo-yo assembly today and the gentleman left three types of yo-yos for purchase. They are 10, 15 and 20 dollars. They are in the office until next Thursday, June 13 if you are interested.
NEXT WEEK’S EVENTS:
Thurs. June 13 PAC Meeting, 6:30-8:00 in our library
Have a wonderful weekend.