With the recent spike in cold temperatures, it is extremely important that children dress for the cold weather. Waterproof mittens, boots and snowpants are very helpful item to wear to ensure students keep warm throughout the winter months.
January 31st is a PA Day. There will not be school on this date.
Report Cards go home on February 19th.
The date for our ski trip, which was originally scheduled for January 29th, has been changed to March 5th.
If you are registering a student for Kindergarten for a new school year (September), children must turn age four (Year 1 Kindergarten) or age five (Year 2 Kindergarten) by December 31st of that year. Those students who are already enrolled in Year 1 Kindergarten do not register again.
Please bring proof of residence and proof of age (birth certificate, birth registration or passport) to the school office for Mrs. Pitt to photocopy.
Cake Walk Friday, February 14th
Mr. Worthy's Class
Working on the 3 V's in Math with Mrs. Overvelde
B.S.S. Visits our Grade 8's
Bayridge S.S. visits our Grade 8's to talk about course options for next year.
Mr. Rich's Class
Grade 3/4's work on their writing using chrome books.
Spread the Word to End the Word Campaign
A message from L.D.S.B.'s Special Education Program Coordinator Sue Burnett:
The word "retard" is still being used and although many people might say, "We don't mean it that way", it is offensive and disrespectful to people who have an Intellectual Disability. Youth, through Best Buddies and Special Olympics, initiated a "Spread the Word to End the Word" campaign several years ago. The campaign is intended to get schools, communities and organizations to rally and pledge their support to help create communities of inclusion and acceptance for all people. Language affects attitudes and attitudes affect actions. We would like to invite and support all local schools to join the campaign to pledge to stop saying the R-word!