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School Update – Dec 6, 2021

“If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceable with all” ~ Romans 12:18

Christmas Performance – Save the date

Students have been creatively preparing for a Christmas Performance to share with our families. On Thursday, December 16th, a virtual link will be emailed to all families to enjoy.

Family Paint Night – Big Spirit Moon

Join Indigenous Artist Moses Lunham for a night of painting on Tuesday, December 7th from 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Moses will provide a step by step instructions and explanations on the importance of the Big Spirit Moon.

To join visit: https://www.youtube.com/c/GrandmothersVoice/featured

Personal Belongings/Attire

Don’t forget jackets, snow pants, hats, gloves and boots! We ask that families try to limit dropping off forgotten items. Please be advised that when dropping off any homework, lunches, outdoor clothes, etc., students will not be called down during instructional time to receive them as we value the learning that is happening in the classroom.  Students will be able to come down during recess breaks to pick up their belongings.  Please make sure to label the items and place them on the table in the office.  Thank you for understanding and supporting all the learning that is happening in our school.   

Angel Tree

The Advent season is truly a wonderful and joyful time of year when we prepare for the coming of our Lord. It is also a time for us, as a faith-filled Catholic community, to come together in love to help those who do not enjoy our abundance and who are in need. The Angel Tree will be located in our front foyer at school for students to place their angels on.

St. Marguerite Tips

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God” ~ Matthew 5:9

December With the second Sunday of Advent, we reflect on the word “PEACE”.  This is a time where we can look for situations in which we can be peacemakers.  Our challenge is to notice people who are not getting along and to think of one thing that we might do that we could help them get along better.  It is a time to reflect on how we respond in challenging situations and to always act as Jesus has taught us.  We need to pray for peace at home, at school, at work, in the nation and in the world. 

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