A workshop for parents let by Louisa Jewell, MAPP
Steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.I will
- stick to the goals I have set for myself
- always believe in myself
- have faith in what I can accomplish.
Lord Jesus Christ, I believe in You as my God and my Saviour. Make me more faithful to Your Gospel and ... Continue reading "Virtue of the Month: Perseverance"
Monday, February 19th is Family Day – there is no school! Enjoy the long weekend with family and friends. See you back at school on Tuesday!
Friday, Feb. 16th is a Civvies Day! Students are not required to wear the Standardized Dress Code. Students should be reminded to wear boots and winter jackets when they go outside for recesses. Yes, it has been warmer the last couple of days but there is still a lot of snow and slush on the ground.
There are certain times of year when pediculosis (head lice) begins to be a problem: autumn, after school holidays when families travel and in the spring. This is not to say, that these are the only times when lice can occur. Head lice are not a public hazard, as they do not cause illness, but they are a nuisance. For those of you who have ... Continue reading "Pediculosis (Head lice)"
School transportation service is cancelled today, Wednesday, February 7, 2018 due to inclement weather and poor road conditions. All schools remain open.
The decision to cancel school transportation service is region-wide, meaning all school buses, vans and taxis are not operating in the a.m. and p.m. If you choose to drive your child to school, you must be able to ... Continue reading "Hot Lunches cancelled Feb 7, 2018 due to weather"