“Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever.” 1 Chronicles 16:34
Rethink Pink Day
Friday, October 15th is Rethink Pink Day at our school. As a school we are bringing awareness to the many people within our community that have had or are presently living with breast cancer. We support them in their fight against cancer and wish to raise money for cancer research through this initiative. Please help us by logging into School Cash Online and donating what you can. We are appreciative of any contribution you make towards this cause.
Students are encouraged to wear pink on this day. It will be a civvies day (no uniform required).
Thank you for your continued support.
Mark Your Calendars
We are bringing back our highlighted event of the year: HALLOWEEN DANCE-A-THON! We are so excited to be offering this fun event to all students on Thursday, October 28th and Friday, October 29th. A letter with pledge form went home with every child on Thursday that explains the details of this event. More details to follow at a later date! Stay tuned!
Donate a Prize for the Halloween Dance-a-thon
We are collecting prizes, preferably gift cards, or grand prizes if you have a community contact that is able to donate one to our school. Each donated prize is appreciated! We know the children love to aim to receive one of these prizes as they collect pledges for the dance-a-thon in support of our amazing school! Please bring all prizes to the school office by Friday, October 22nd.
An Important Letter to Families from Dr. Meghani ~ Fall Gatherings
As we head into this Thanksgiving long weekend, it continues to be important that we work together to follow public health measures so that we can ensure a safe and healthy learning environment for all students, families and staff in our school community. Dr. Hamidah Meghani, Chief Officer of Health for Halton Region has provided the following letter to parents and guardians: Fall & Winter Gatherings 2021.
As Dr. Meghani noted in her message, we must remain vigilant as we look forward to celebrating the many holidays, seasonal gatherings, festive occasions, and other events in the fall and winter months to help keep our community safe. Please continue to follow the advice of our Public Health professionals to help minimize the spread of COVID-19 in our community and to protect your loved ones.