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Weekly Update October 18th

Good afternoon families,

A few important updates as we end our week:

A special message from our student ambassadors: Did you know that 1 in 6 children face hunger every year? That’s 1 million kids that aren’t sure when their next meal will be.  Our student ambassadors want to help make healthy meals available for everyone.  They are challenging every student to donate a few non-perishable food items to our WE SCARE HUNGER campaign.  Items collected will be donated to the Oakville Fair Share Food Bank.  Donations will be collected up until Friday, November 1st.

St. Nicholas is once again getting ready for the GREAT BIG CRUNCH 2019! The GREAT BIG CRUNCH is a MONTH-LONG FOCUS on healthy, local eating with weekly educational resources. CRUNCH DAY will be THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 2019! – Please follow us on twitter to see highlights from the BIG CRUNCH!

Photo Retakes – Families are reminded of our Photo retake day, which is scheduled for Friday, October 25th.

Halloween Fundraiser – Our annual Halloween Dance will take place on October 31st. We are still in need of and accepting prize donations; if families are able to donate a prize item please drop it off at the main office. – Thank you for supporting St. Nicholas School.

Parent Information Night – Overnight Trip – Grade 7 Camp information night is scheduled for Wednesday, November 6th. The presentation will begin at 6:00 pm in room 111.

On Wednesday, October 23, 2019, St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School will host an information evening for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme. The IB information evening will begin at 7:00 p.m. Parents and students in grades 7 – 9 who are interested in learning more about the programme and the application process are encouraged to attend.

As always, if there are any questions please feel free to contact our main office.

https://elem.hcdsb.org/stnicholas

Please follow us on Twitter @StNicholasHCDSB

Mr. Cacciola – Principal

Mrs. Spotswood – Vice Principal

Elementary PrincipalWeekly Update October 18th