Thursday June 28, 2018
- 8:30-9:20 Staff serving all students Pancakes for breakfast.
- 9:30am School Assembly
- 11:30am Report Cards Handed out in Homerooms
- 11:40 Students dismissed for the summer
Tuesday September 4, 2018
- 8:40am School starts for 2018-2019 School Year
- 10:40am Students are dismissed from school
Wednesday September 5, 2018
- 8:40am Grade 1-Grade 6 Students will be at school for their first full day
Wednesday September 12, 2018
- Kindergartens first full day of school
2018 School Awards
Principal’s Award: Namaha K
Fine Arts Award: Keira G and Hailee W
Athletes of the Year: Ariel H and Cali S
Citizenship Award: Logan M
Academic Award: Andrew J and Namaha K
Most Improved: Cassidy S and Justine C
The lost and found has been spread out in the multipurpose room next tto the gymnasium. If you are in the building and have a minute to walk through please do.
It will be displayed until the end of Fun Day on Monday June 25. After that we will be sending items to charitable groups in town.
Please see the PAC Agenda for the Tuesday June 5th PAC Meeting.
Dr Kearney will be having their Open House tomorrow night (6:00-7:00) for their incoming Grade 7s and 9s.
Students and Parents are invited to attend.
For more information please contact Dr Kearney @ 250 785-8378
On Friday May 25th @ 1:50pm Duncan Cran will be hosting the ALS Walk. We are raising money for the ALS Society of Canada. We are currently in a challenge with other Elementary Schools in the district. If you are interested in donating to the “Cranberries” team, please follow the link below. .
“We are encouraging parents to come to this PAC meeting as we are in need of parents to take part as to how PAC money needs to be applied to our school and children’s needs. We have money that was raised in the past by the very hardworking PAC Board members and volunteers. This past year we have had Board members step down as they pursue other endeavours and will have at least 3 empty Executive positions by the end of this school year. We need Board members and volunteers to keep our PAC alive and to make sure that the money earned from fundraisers and grants gets spent on our children.”
Here is a copy of the letter that was set home to families in the beginning of March.