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HRM Weekly Update- June 24

“From my point of view, God is the light that illuminates the darkness, even if it does not dissolve it, and a spark of divine light is within each of us.” Pope Francis

Dear HRM parents and Guardians,

Thank you to Mrs. Fernandes and her team for continuing to sell Ice-Dawgs and Freezies;

Thank you to Mrs. Verissimo, Mlle. Sheahan, Mr. Barrett, Mr. Berlingieri, Mrs. Corkin, and Mrs. Le Conte for accompanying the Grade 8 students to Quebec;

Thank you to Miss. Sansone and Mme. MacKay for all their work in preparing for the Talent Show;

Thank you to Mme. Poste for all the work preparing for Play Day;

Thank you to the our HFFT Snack Volunteers for coming out faithfully each week this year to support our students;

Ice Dawgs Sale- Miss. Fernandes’ Class will continue selling Ice Dawgs and Freezies every day until quantities last;

Medical Conditions – Parent/Guardian Packages: Given that the school year is drawing to a close, please assist us by addressing the following items:

 

  1. If we currently hold medication for your child, please note that it must be picked up by dismissal (2:05 p.m.) on Friday, June 28, 2019. We do not store medications over the summer.

Medication or any other medical apparatus (i.e. AeroChamber ®, EpiPen ®),
which is not picked up will be sent home with your child at dismissal.
For safety reasons, please immediately inspect your child’s backpack for medications upon arrival at home.

 

  1. We are sending home health care forms for the 2019-2020 school year. Please complete the forms. The completed forms MUST be completed and returned to the school during the week of August 26, 2019. Please DO NOT return the new forms package prior to the end of the current school year (June 28, 2019).

With these completed forms, please provide:

  1. Updated medication for the 2019-2020 school year in a Ziploc® bag that is clearly labeled with your child’s name.

 

  1. For PRESCRIBED medications, complete MEDS.1-P form (Request and Consent for the Administration of Prescribed Medication) PRIOR to your child’s first day in September 2019.

 

Please understand that at the beginning of the school year, parents assume complete responsibility for the administration of the medications their children require until such time as all the requirements of #2 above are satisfied in full.

 

Thank you in advance for your cooperation regarding the safe provision of medication and the information pertaining to your child. Their safety, and the safety of all other students, is our priority.

 

Dressing for the Weather: With the warm weather we have been experiencing, it is important that students are dressed appropriately for recess. Please send your child to school with a hat and a water bottle to ensure that they are comfortable throughout the day. We would encourage you to make applying sunscreen part of your morning routine rather than send it to school. If you are sending sunscreen to school, please make sure that it is not a spray application as the sprays can make floors slippery if misapplied.

Play Day- Wednesday June 26 (rain date June 27)-Students are asked to come in comfortable clothing and running shoes to enjoy this fun filled day! Thank you Mme. Poste for organizing the morning!

Promoting Well-Being – The 40 Developmental Assets®

The Search Institute’s Developmental Assets are positive experiences, opportunities and personal qualities that all children need to reach their full potential.

The more assets a child has, the less likely they are to engage in high risk behaviour and the more likely they are to thrive. There are a total of 40 assets that are divided into two categories: Internal assets and external assets.

Internal assets

Internal assets are the values and skills that children develop and take up within themselves.

  • Commitment to Learning
  • Positive Values
  • Social Competencies
  • Positive Identity

External assets

External assets are developed through connections with others in their school, at home and in the community.

  • Support
  • Empowerment
  • Boundaries and Expectations
  • Constructive use of Time

We all play an important role in building assets in children. For more information on how you as a parent can build assets in your children, please visit: Parent Further website and check out our HaltonParents Blog: You are amazing just the way you are!

– Healthy Schools Halton 

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Jun
24
Mon
Gr. 8 Grad Luncheon
Jun 24 all day
Jun
25
Tue
Final Report Cards Go Home
Jun 25 all day
Grade 8 Graduation Mass
Jun 25 @ 10:00 am
Robot Rumble Presentation (Gr. K-8)
Jun 25 @ 1:15 pm – 3:00 pm
Grade 8 Graduation
Jun 25 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Jun
26
Wed
Play Day (AM)- NO UNIFORM (Dress for Weather)
Jun 26 all day
Jun
27
Thu
Rain Date for Play Day
Jun 27 all day
Talent Show
Jun 27 all day
Jun
28
Fri
End of the Year Liturgy
Jun 28 all day

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