Dear HRM Parents and Guardians,
Thank you to Ms. Muldoon, Ms. Helston, and our amazing Grade2 students for a wonderful Marian Liturgy.
Rainbow Day- June1- June is the designated Pride Month in Canada, and throughout the month, we will join other schools in our district in raising awareness and nurturing our call to build safe and inclusive learning environments where every student and every member of the community is welcomed, valued, and respected. We will kick off our Pride Month celebrations with Rainbow Day on Tuesday, June 1st. Students and staff are encouraged to dress in their most colorful clothes as we celebrate the rainbow – a sign of God’s promise to love us and a symbol of inclusion for all in our community!
HRM Paint Night- Thursday June 3: We are looking forward to meeting virtually together and painting positive messages for our families. More information will be sent to the families who have registered.
Sacred Heart of Jesus Novena: As a school and starting on June2, we will be praying together the Novena of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Please see the attached link if you wish to join us: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1JlGot4ucs1miNReMnYtnQvpDWQOeW08WIsXO0Ds0sFk/edit?usp=sharing
HRM Talent Show: We are so excited to keep with the annual Holy Rosary Milton tradition of an “End of the Year” talent show where we can get a glimpse of the talented students at our school! All auditions must be submitted to the Google Forms link that was sent in an email and posted on platforms by Friday June. 11.
Thomas Merton Grade6-8 Summer School Program: This program is back and is intended for students who have completed Grades6-8. Please use the link in the poster to register- no applications will be accepted after June 24.
Message from HRM Catholic School Council: Staff Appreciation Day- June 18: If you wish to contribute to Staff Appreciation Day please visit CashOnline by Monday June 7, and donate any amount you like- Thank you!
Promoting Well-Being: Bike Safety: Cycling is a fun and healthy activity, it’s a low-cost way to get around, and it’s good for the planet. Cyclists have to share the road with cars, pedestrians and other cyclists. Before you head out on a bike, learn the rules of the road, helmet information and safety tips for cyclists of all ages. As recommended by Parachute Canada:
- Always wear a helmet. Properly worn, it can reduce the risk of serious head injury by up to 80%. Know and follow the 2V1 Rule.
- Be prepared. Know the rules of the road.
- Check your ride. A fun and safe cycling experience starts with a properly equipped bicycle.
- Be a role model. Set a good example and practice safety together.
The Ministry of Transportation’s Young Cyclist Guide has additional information on riding tips to keep you safe while cycling.
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Wishing you a great weekend – the Staff of Holy Rosary-Milton CES