Dear Panther Families,

As we approach the end of another beautiful year, I want to reflect on the incredible journey we have shared together. This year has been filled with growth, learning, and countless unforgettable moments. From the first day of school to this very moment, we have come together as a community, supporting and inspiring one another every step of the way. 

To our wonderfully madel students, you have shown dedication and enthusiasm for learning. Your curiosity and eagerness to explore the world around you have been truly inspiring. You have overcome challenges, discovered new talents, and demonstrated kindness and empathy toward your peers. Your accomplishments, both big and small, have made us immensely proud. 

Let us not forget the invaluable support of our parents and guardians. Your involvement, encouragement, and partnership have played an instrumental role in the success of our students. Your trust in our school and dedication to their education is appreciated. Together, we have created a strong foundation for our children’s future.

I would also like to extend my deepest gratitude to our remarkable staff members. Your unwavering commitment to providing a nurturing and engaging learning environment is truly commendable. Your passion for education, creativity in the classroom, and tireless efforts have helped shape our students into confident and capable individuals. Thank you for going above and beyond every single day.

With each end of a school year, we can anticipate staffing changes. With this in mind, our Panther community will see some changes in staff. The following staff will be moving to different schools or retiring. All will be missed for the unique gifts and talents they have shared with our community over the years.

Mr. Schuessler grade ⅞ is moving to St. Margaret in Cambridge to be closer to home.

Ms. LeDuc .5 Spec Ed is moving to Holy Rosary Kitchener for a full-time position.

Ms. Boyce grade 5 is moving to Ottawa.

Mrs. Silver DECE is awaiting a permanent placement.

Mrs. Sutherland is retiring.

Although we are saying goodbye, we are saying hello to some amazing people. Once I have a staffing update, I will share it.

It has been my privilege and honour to serve as Principal this year. As we bid farewell to this school year, let us remember the cherished memories we have made. From field trips and assemblies to performances and celebrations, each moment has contributed to the tapestry of our amazing community. These experiences have not only enriched our lives but have also fostered lifelong friendships and a love of learning.

I encourage each and every one of you to embrace the upcoming summer break as a time for rest, relaxation and, rejuvenation. Take the opportunity to explore new interests, spend quality time with loved ones, and create beautiful memories that will last a lifetime. May your summer be filled with joy, laughter, and adventure.

Ms. Adie