Monthly Archives: October 2019

Halloween Dance a thon

This Thursday is our Halloween Dance a thon! This is our major fundraiser for the year. Funds from the Dance a thon go to support a variety of learning opportunities at St Paul including Scientists in Schools, filed trips, technology for learning and recess and sports equipment to name a few. We will continue to collect funds and pledge forms at the school and through Cash Online until November 4th.

Students will attend the Dance in our gym throughout the day by Division – approximate times are as follows:

8:45 – 9:30 – Kindergarten

10 – 10:45 – Primary

12:05 – 1 pm – Junior

1:00 – 2:15 – Intermediate

All classes will also be scheduled to go to the Raffle room to pit their tickets in the draws. Remember, students will receive 1 ticket for every $5 donated (donations need to be received by Thursday morning to earn raffle tickets).

Thank you in advance from the School Council and Staff for your generosity in helping to provide meaningful learning experiences for our students.

Panthers’ WAG – Oct 28 – Nov 1

Monthly Theme: EMPATHY

 

HALLOWEEN DANCE-A-THON – October 31

Donations Still Needed! Our Dance a thon is this Thursday! We are still accepting Pledge forms and money – please send them in with your children as soon as possible. Cash online Donations are also still available. 

 

Prizes:  Pizza parties will be awarded to classes who raise the most per capita in each division. As well, top fundraisers in each Division win a prize.

Grand Prize: For every $20 raised students will receive a ballot for our grand prize draw – a $250 Gift Certificate to either Best Buy or Toy R Us!

Prize Raffle – as always student receive a raffle ticket for every $5 raised. If you have any items that could be donated for the Raffle, please drop them off at the Office. Thanks in advance for your generosity!

Cake Raffle! – One of the biggest hits at the Dance-a-thon is our Cake Raffle! – Please contact Maryann Pierson if you can donate an item to the cake raffle (mpierson56@gmail.com

HALLOWEEN AT ST PAUL

We are looking forward to an exciting day at school on Thursday! 

Dressing Up:

On Thursday, October 31st students are invited to dress up for our Halloween Dance. While we want students to have fun dressing up, the following guidelines will help in choosing an appropriate costume for school (which may be different than the one you choose for Trick or Treating)

  • If possible, send your child in an old or spare costume in the event that it becomes damaged. This will save tears or disappointment for when they go Trick or Treating
  • Remember that your child is attending class, going outside for recess breaks, needing to use the washroom and eating lunch and snacks throughout the day – they need to be able to move comfortably and get out of the costume independently
  • Please do not send any props (wands, pitchforks, brooms, etc) as they may be become lost or damaged
  • Please do not send your child to school with costumes that impair vision – no masks or full face paint that may get into their eyes throughout the day
  • No costumes that scare younger students or go against the teaching of the Catholic Church (violent or sexualized themes, scary clowns, etc)
  • If the costume is heavy or warm you may want to send extra clothes – remember that the school day is at least 6 ½ hours long

Prizes: 

As in the past, a great deal of our success is a result of the generosity of our community. One of the motivations for students is the Raffle prizes available on the day of the dance. If you have any items you can donate (small toys, gift certificates, etc) we would truly appreciate it. All donations can be brought to the Office. 

Cake and cupcake prizes: Each year we also include a Cake/ cupcake section for our raffle prizes. If you are able to donate a cake or cupcakes for the day – please let Maryann Pierson know (mpierson56@gmail.com). 

Students who win Raffle prizes will be sent home with them on Thursday. Individual and class prizes will be awarded the week of November 4th. 

 

REPORT CARDS AND INTERVIEWS

Progress Report cards will be coming home on November 5th. These reports give students and their parents/guardians an opportunity to know how the school year is going in both Learning Skills and academics. Earlier this week information regarding interviews came home with your children. Please complete the form indicating INterview time preferences and return it to school with your oldest child by Tuesday, Oct 29th. We will use this form on Friday, November 1st to assign interview times for all of your children. Without this form your family will be assigned times based on openings in the teachers’ schedules. 

 

SPIRITWEAR!

Spiritwear is now available again! All orders are completed through the following website:

https://stpaulsw2019.itemorder.com/ 

 

STRONG START VOLUNTEERS

Do you have an extra hour or two each week?  Do you like working with and reading to young children? St Paul CES is looking for volunteers to help with our Strong Start Reading Program. Strong Start helps young readers develop their literacy skills which then helps students be more successful throughout their education. Training is provided. If you are interested, please contact the school (519-743-4401). 

 

DRESSING FOR THE WEATHER

As a reminder – students are outside for two 15 minute  recesses, plus 40 minutes at lunch, and we go outside in light rain and cold weather (as cold as -19 including wind chill). Please ensure that your child is dressed for the weather – including splash pants, rain jackets, hats and water resistant mitts or gloves so they can enjoy their time outside. 

Please also consider in sending a change of clothes (especially pants, underwear and socks) in case your child falls during recess so we do not have to contact you at work to bring in a change of clothes. 

 

LUNCH HOUR SUPERVISOR

We are looking for a new Lunch Hour Supervisor – this is a paid position with the Board, and involves 1 hour per day (from 11:05 – 12:05). If you are interested, please call the main office.

 

UMBRELLA PROJECT

This month our focus is on building Empathy. All the Umbrella Skills can be built with practice and this month we are working to build the empathy piece of your child’s umbrella of wellbeing skills.  

https://www.parents.com/kids/development/social/raise-a-compassionate-child/

 

EYE SEE… EYE LEARN: VISION CARE FOR ALL JK STUDENTS

Parents of students in JK – please see the attached flyer for information regarding vision tests for your child. 

Eye See…Eye Learn 2019-20

CAREER POSSIBILITIES FOR FEMALE STUDENTS!  

Consider attending this amazing FREE Career Discovery Expo event for Young Women on Thursday, November 14th with local employers and post-secondary schools in attendance. 

Free food, keynote speaker, student testimonials along with local employers looking to hire.  Students in Grades 7-12 and Parents! This is your time to have your questions answered. Hope to see you at Bingemans on November 14th!  Register now at:

https://www.webuildadream.com/events/build-a-dream-kitchener-waterloo/

Build A Dream – Nov. 14, 2019

 

NUTRITION FOR LEARNING COMMUNITY BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER

Come for breakfast and leave knowing you made a difference in the lives of local students.

Join us on Friday November 8th as Nutrition for Learning and local well known restaurants present a special Chef’s community breakfast at the Stanley Park Community centre. Each ticket sold will provide enough funds to feed one classroom in one of our local schools.

Your support will help us ensure our students continue to have access to healthy food at school.

Tickets can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/65427891585 

 

ST FRANCIS PARISH

We are very proud of our partnership with St Francis Parish. In order to continue to build on this relationship, each week we will be providing our community with a link to access the Church Bulletin so you may keep yourself apprised of the many events at the Parish.

Bulletin Oct. 27, 2019

 

MATH AT HOME

 

Here’s what is happening at St Paul CES this Week:

Monday: 

  • Please return any outstanding Dance a thon Pledge forms and funds
  • Pizza orders due through Cash Online by Midnight

Tuesday:

  • Interview forms due with your oldest Child

Wednesday:

  • Pizza Wednesday

Thursday:

  • Dance a thon!
  • Mad Science is cancelled for today

Friday:

  • Interview times will be assigned today

 

Have a great week Panthers!

Panthers’ WAG – October 21 – 25, 2019

Monthly Theme: EMPATHY

 

LUNCH HOUR SUPERVISOR

We are looking for a new Lunch Hour Supervisor – this is a paid position with the Board, and involves 1 hour per day (from 11:05 – 12:05). If you are interested, please call the main office (519-743-4401).

 

HALLOWEEN DANCE-A-THON – October 31

Our major school fundraiser is back!  This year, our Halloween Dance-a-thon will be on Thursday, October 31st. Each student had a letter and pledge form that went home at the end of the week. We are hoping to raise money to help support some of the programs and initiatives that are offered to students here at St. Paul, such as recess bins, field trips, Scientists in Schools much much more. Our Catholic School Council is working feverishly putting this event together and is always looking for help in organizing this wonderful event. Please call the office if you are able to volunteer on the 31st

Prizes:  Pizza parties will be awarded to classes who raise the most per capita in each division. As well, top fundraisers in each Division win a prize.

Grand Prize: For every $20 raised students will receive a ballot for our grand prize draw – a $250 Gift Certificate to either Best Buy or Toy R Us!

Prize Raffle – as always students receive a raffle ticket for every $5 raised. If you have any items that could be donated for the Raffle, please drop them off at the Office. Thanks in advance for your generosity!

Cake Raffle! – One of the biggest hits at the Dance-a-thon is our Cake Raffle! – Please contact Maryann Pierson if you can donate an item to the cake raffle (mpierson56@gmail.com

DECORATIONS – Do you have any leftover Halloween Decorations that could be used to decorate the Gym or other areas in the school for our Dance-a-thon? Please drop off at the Main Office if you can help!

 

STRONG START VOLUNTEERS

Do you have an extra hour or two each week?  Do you like working with and reading to young children? St Paul CES is looking for volunteers to help with our Strong Start Reading Program. Strong Start helps young readers develop their literacy skills which then helps students be more successful throughout their education. Training is provided. If you are interested, please contact the school (519-743-4401). 

 

DRESSING FOR THE WEATHER

As a reminder – students are outside for two 15 minute recesses, plus 40 minutes at lunch, and we go outside in light rain and cold weather (as cold as -19 including wind chill). Please ensure that your child is dressed for the weather – including splash pants, rain jackets, hats, and water-resistant mitts or gloves so they can enjoy their time outside. 

Please also consider sending a change of clothes (especially pants, underwear and socks) in case your child falls during recess so we do not have to contact you at work to bring in a change of clothes. 

 

UMBRELLA PROJECT

This month our focus is on building Empathy. All the Umbrella Skills can be built with practice and this month we are working to build the empathy piece of your child’s umbrella of wellbeing skills.  

EMPATHY TIP #4

Help kids see what they have in common with others.

Having high empathy is linked with increased happiness and scholastic achievement. To build this important skill help kids see what they have in common with others. One of the biggest predictors of prejudice and a failure to empathize with members of other groups, is having little or no contact with people who aren’t like you. Research shows that schools can boost empathy by fostering an inclusive, warm attitude towards cultural diversity and you can do this at home too. Take stock of how often your kids play with others who are different than them. Do your girls play with boys and vice versa? What about other cultures? What about the adults around them? How wide is your child’s perspective?  Encourage diversity to learn about and empathize with others. See this blog for a more detailed look at coaching children through the challenges of building empathy: https://umbrellaproject.co/category/empathy/

 

NUTRITION FOR LEARNING COMMUNITY BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER

Come for breakfast and leave knowing you made a difference in the lives of local students.

Join us on Friday, November 8th as Nutrition for Learning and local well-known restaurants present a special Chef’s community breakfast at the Stanley Park Community centre. Each ticket sold will provide enough funds to feed one classroom in one of our local schools.

Your support will help us ensure our students continue to have access to healthy food at school. Tickets are available at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/65427891585 

 

FEDERAL ELECTION

St Paul is once again a polling station for the upcoming Federal Election on October 21st. While this does not overly impact our students, it does mean our school will be a busier place as voters come and go. This also means our parking lot will be busier than usual, so please plan accordingly and please continue to follow the parking bylaws. Where possible, particularly at the end of the day, please consider parking on a side street and walking to the school to pick up your children. 

 

ST FRANCIS PARISH

We are very proud of our partnership with St Francis Parish. In order to continue to build on this relationship, each week we will be providing our community with a link to access the Church Bulletin so you may keep yourself apprised of the many events at the Parish.

Bulletin Oct. 20, 2019

MATH AT HOME

Can you solve this? Using your math strategies, try to solve this puzzle – get a little math talk going around the dinner table!

 

Here’s what is happening at St Paul CES this Week:

Monday: 

  • Federal Election! – We are a Polling Station
  • Pizza orders due through Cash Online by Midnight

Tuesday:

  • Gr 7 Immunizations

Wednesday:

  • Pizza Wednesday

Thursday:

  • Mad Science begins at Lunch for students who have signed up

Friday:

  • PD Day – No school for students, staff will be focusing on Professional Development in the areas of Special Education and Health and Safety

 

Have a great week Panthers!

Panthers’ WAG – October 14 – 18, 2019

Monthly Theme: EMPATHY

HAPPY THANKSGIVING

I hope you are enjoying the beginning of your long weekend. As we celebrate this time of thanksgiving, I would like to take a moment to express my gratitude. I am truly grateful for the work we do together to support all students at St Paul and to ensure they belong. I have witnessed over the past six weeks many instances of students, staff, and parents going beyond, giving their own time to ensure students (and staff) are cared for and that they are loved and celebrated for their strengths and their challenges. I know the extra energy this takes and I am so thankful and so proud to be a part of a community that expresses the core values of our faith. For me, these values are most clearly articulated in Matthew’s Gospel (25: 31- 46) when Jesus spoke of the final judgment and what you do for the least of these, you do for me. I truly believe that each day we look at the face of God in each of the students, their families and staff we encounter and that we are called to love and treat them as though they are our own. And I believe we do this consistently here at St Paul. And so, as we celebrate with our families, I am grateful for our school family as we grow together and continue to exemplify the Board vision statement  – Heart of the Community – Success for Each, A Place for All – in so many ways. 

 

LUNCH HOUR SUPERVISOR

We are looking for a new Lunch Hour Supervisor – this is a paid position with the Board, and involves 1 hour per day (from 11:05 – 12:05). If you are interested, please call the main office.

 

THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE

Dear Students, Parents and Guardians,

The St. Paul Social Justice Club is running a Thanksgiving Food Drive from Monday, October 7th – Friday, October 18th, 2019.  We are accepting donations of canned and non-perishable food items. Please be as generous as possible when you consider the less fortunate in our community. All donations will be sent to the St. Vincent de Paul Society through St. Francis Church.  

Wishing our Panther Families, a Blessed and Happy Thanksgiving.

Sincerely,

The Social Justice Club, St. Paul School

 

PICTURE DAY IS COMING ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2019.

After Picture Day, order your pictures on mylifetouch.ca using your Portrait ID and Access Code which can be found below or on your Picture Day order form .

St Paul Elementary School

Picture Day Date: Tuesday, October 15

Picture Day ID: QX109245QP

 

 

HALLOWEEN DANCE-A-THON – October 31

Our major school fundraiser is back!  This year, our Halloween Dance-a-thon will be on Thursday October 31st. Each student had a letter and pledge form that went home at the end of the week. We are hoping to raise money to help support some of the programs and initiatives that are offered to students here at St. Paul, such as recess bins, field trips, Scientists in Schools much much more. Our Catholic School Council is working feverishly putting this event together and is always looking for help in organizing this wonderful event. If you can volunteer on October 31st for an hour or two, please contact the Office

Prizes:  Pizza parties will be awarded to classes who raise the most per capita in each division. As well, top fundraisers in each Division win a prize.

Grand Prize: For every $20 raised students will receive a ballot for our grand prize draw – details on the prize to follow

Prize Raffle – as always student receive a raffle ticket for every $5 raised. If you have any items that could be donated for the Raffle, please drop them off at the Office. Thanks in advance for your generosity!

Cake Raffle! – One of the biggest hits at the Dance-a-thon is our Cake Raffle! – Please contact Maryann Pierson if you can donate an item to the cake raffle (mpierson56@gmail.com

Dance-a-thon 2019 Pledge sheet

 

DRESSING FOR THE WEATHER

As a reminder – students are outside for two 15 minute  recesses, plus 40 minutes at lunch, and we go outside in light rain and cold weather (as cold as -19 including wind chill). Please ensure that your child is dressed for the weather – including splash pants, rain jackets, hats and water resistant mitts or gloves so they can enjoy their time outside. 

Please also consider in sending a change of clothes (especially pants, underwear and socks) in case your child falls during recess so we do not have to contact you at work to bring in a change of clothes.

UMBRELLA PROJECT

This month our focus is on building Empathy. All the Umbrella Skills can be built with practice and this month we are working to build the empathy piece of your child’s umbrella of wellbeing

skills.  

EMPATHY TIP #3 Start a phone bin

Technology provides us with a great many benefits but one downfall is its impact on our empathy levels. When we are immersed in our devices we get less practice with face-to-face interactions, communication and interpreting people’s feelings, all key components of empathy. To build empathy this week, start to carve out device-free time in your home with a phone bin. Use it over dinner, while playing a family game or walking to get ice cream. Have everyone with a device throw it in the bin and just enjoy each other’s company without distraction. Try to find a few chances every week to connect this way. Time without technology is critical in helping our children develop empathy. Even before they themselves have these devices, our empathy levels as parents are impacted by this divided attention and we are modeling behaviours that are very important for our child’s future development. In my home, I find my 7 and 9 year old will ask for this device-free time now. A great start for when they get their own technology to manage.

 

MAD SCIENCE

Mad Science is returning to St Paul this Fall – please see the attached information regarding the two sessions that will be offered. Please direct all questions and payments to the MAD SCIENCE: 

Mad Science Discovery Lab

Mad Science Secret agent Lab

 

FEDERAL ELECTION

St Paul is once again a polling site for the upcoming Federal Election on October 21st. While this does not overly impact our students, it does mean our school will be a busier place as voters come and go. This also means our parking lot will be busier than usual, so please plan accordingly and please continue to follow the parking bylaws. 

 

ST FRANCIS PARISH

We are very proud of our partnership with St Francis Parish. In order to continue to build on this relationship, each week we will be providing our community with a link to access the Church Bulletin so you may keep yourself apprised of the many events at the Parish.

Bulletin Oct. 13, 2019

 

MATH AT HOME

Can you replace the ? with a number that fits the patterns?

Here’s what is happening at St Paul CES this Week:

Monday: 

  • Happy Thanksgiving! No School
  • Pizza orders due through Cash Online by Midnight

Tuesday:

  • PICTURE DAY!

Wednesday:

  • Pizza Wednesday

Thursday:

  • Octoberfest day! Wear your Octoberfest gear or house colours

Friday:

  • Mrs Kowalski, Mr Cangiano and Mr Litschgy’s classes attending the WLU football game

 

Have a great week Panthers!

Terry Fox Walk

Terry Fox Walk

 On the afternoon of Thursday, September 26th, St. Paul students and staff participated in the annual Terry Fox Walk. We all looked great as we wore red and walked to support cancer research.  The weather was beautiful and we all had a chance to be physically active.  This year our school raised $1200.00 for cancer research!! Awesome work Panthers! A special congratulations go out to Miss. Delooze’s Grade 1 class and Mrs. Kowalski’s Grade 6/7 class who raised the most money and won the free pizza lunch! Thank you for all of the generous donations!  We had such a great afternoon!!

 

Thanksgiving Food Drive

Dear Students, Parents and Guardians,

The St. Paul Social Justice Club is running a Thanksgiving Food Drive from Monday, October 7th – Friday, October 18th, 2019.  We are accepting donations of canned and non-perishable food items. Please be as generous as possible when you consider the less fortunate in our community. All donations will be sent to the St. Vincent de Paul Society through St. Francis Church.

Wishing our Panther Families, a Blessed and Happy Thanksgiving.

Sincerely,

The Social Justice Club, St. Paul School

School is OPEN on Monday!

All Waterloo Catholic District School Board Schools are OPEN on Monday, October 7, 2019

As a result of the agreement reached between the government of Ontario, the Trustees’ Associations and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), all Waterloo Catholic District School Board Schools will be OPEN on Monday, October 7, 2019 – and all programs and services will continue running on their regular schedules.

 

We will have our regular Pizza day on Wednesday! Please order through Cash Online by Monday night

 

Panthers’ WAG – October 7 – 11, 2019

Monthly Theme: EMPATHY

LUNCH HOUR SUPERVISOR

We are looking for a new Lunch Hour Supervisor – this is a paid position with the Board, and involves 1 hour per day (from 11:05 – 12:05). If you are interested, please call the main office.

PIZZA WEDNESDAYS

All Pizza days will be cancelled until the current CUPE job action is ended. We apologize for the inconvenience. Once the job action has ended, families who have purchased pizza through cash Online will be refunded. 

 

POTENTIAL CUPE STRIKE – MONDAY, OCTOBER 7TH

In the event of a CUPE strike on Monday, October 7th parents are asked to check their normal media outlets as they would in the event of an inclement weather school closure.

As per our student agendas:

In case of inclement weather, the radio stations will broadcast information regarding severe weather warnings, school closure and bus cancellations. Families may want to have a plan in place at home to respond to the radio announcements. Bus cancellations and school closure notices affecting the schools within the Waterloo Catholic District School Board will be given between 6:15 and 8:30 a.m.

C.H.Y.M. (AM 570) (FM 96.7) Kitchener – Waterloo         KICX (FM 106.7) Kitchener – Waterloo

Oldies 1090 (AM1090) Kitchener – Waterloo                       C.J.O.Y. (AM 1460) (FM 106.1) Guelph

KOOL FM (FM 105.3) Kitchener – Waterloo                       CKWR (FM 98.5) Kitchener – Waterloo

Dave FM (FM 107.5) Cambridge                                             Faith FM (FM 94.3) Kitchener – Waterloo

The Beat (FM 91.5) Kitchener – Waterloo

Cancellation information is also posted on the Boards websites at www.wcdsb.ca.

 

HALLOWEEN DANCE-A-THON – October 31

Our Catholic School Advisory Councils play a vital role in our schools and your contributions and efforts are always appreciated.

 As a point of information, please be advised that based on the current “strike action” on the part of CUPE members, all fundraising activities are to be put on hold. In the full expectation that this will be revisited upon the conclusion of the job action.

 We recognize that much planning and organizing may have already been done and apologize that events will need to be postponed.

CUPE members in the WCDSB include Administrative Assistants, Educational Assistants, Library Technicians, Personal Support Workers, Lunch Hour Supervisors, Child and Youth Care Workers, Payroll and Accounting Associates, Computer Technicians, Communicative Disorders Assistants, and Early Childhood Educators. As fundraising activities often require the collection of monies, additional administrative tasks, and alternative supervision schedules we are unable to responsibly manage this based on “strike actions”.

Thank you for your understanding and please note that we fully expect that all activities will resume once job actions have been resolved.

Please note  – information will be coming out regarding the Dance-a-thon, but dates, etc may need to be altered based on the current job action

 

DRESSING FOR THE WEATHER

As a reminder – students are outside for two 15 minute recesses, plus 40 minutes at lunch, and we go outside in light rain and cold weather (as cold as -19 including wind chill). Please ensure that your child is dressed for the weather – including splash pants, rain jackets, hats, and water-resistant mitts or gloves so they can enjoy their time outside. 

Please also consider sending a change of clothes (especially pants, underwear and socks) in case your child falls during recess so we do not have to contact you at work to bring in a change of clothes. 

 

UMBRELLA PROJECT

This month our focus is on building Empathy. All the Umbrella Skills can be built with practice and this month we are working to build the empathy piece of your child’s umbrella of wellbeing skills.

  

EMPATHY TIP #2 End your day with “High low high”

This is a quick exercise you can do around the dinner table or as a family before bedtime.

Have each member of your family recall a high point, a low point and then another high point of their day or week. Take time to listen to each person and ask questions if you want. In order to practice empathy for someone else, we need to understand their journey. For your kids, it’s very beneficial to hear what went well in your day, what you are proud of and also the challenges you are working through.  For parents, this is a great way to get your kids talking about the specifics of their day and improve your parental empathy for the daily rain they face.

 

MAD SCIENCE

Mad Science is returning to St Paul this Fall – please see the attached information regarding the two sessions that will be offered.

PLEASE NOTE – we offer this program only to students in grade 1 – 6

Please direct all questions and payments to the MAD SCIENCE: 

Mad Science Discovery Lab

Mad Science Secret agent Lab

 

PICTURE DAY IS COMING ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15.

After Picture Day, order your pictures on mylifetouch.ca using your Portrait ID and Access Code which can be found below or on your Picture Day order form .

St Paul Elementary School

Picture Day Date: Tuesday, October 15

Picture Day ID: QX109245QP

 

ST FRANCIS PARISH

We are very proud of our partnership with St Francis Parish. In order to continue to build on this relationship, each week we will be providing our community with a link to access the Church Bulletin so you may keep yourself apprised of the many events at the Parish.

Bulletin Oct. 6, 2019

 

MATH AT HOME

            

 

Here’s what is happening at St Paul CES this Week:

Monday: 

Tuesday:

  • Paradise Lake trip for Ms Kowalski, Mr Cangiano and Mr Litschgy’s classes

Wednesday:

 

 

Thursday:

Friday:

 

Have a great week Panthers!

NO PIZZA ON WEDNESDAY

Please be sure to send lunch in with your children on Wednesday!

Due to the current uncertainty regarding the CUPE negotiations, we will be CANCELLING OUR PIZZA DAY THIS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. We will continue to re-evaluate on a week by week basis. Once the CUPE job action is concluded we will either refund those who have already purchased pizza for this week or apply funds to a future pizza day

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