Southview P.S. Weekly Update

Week of October 29, 2018

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Family Halloween Dance

A huge THANK YOU to our Parent Council for organizing a very successful Family Halloween Dance! Lots of fun was had by all and the kids were talking about what a SPOOKtacular time they had for days after!

Indigenous Education Month

Kwey kwey, She:kon, Taanshi, Greetings, (pronounced Kway, kway, Say go, Tawn shee)


This area is home to over 7000 First Nations, Métis and Inuit people. It is the traditional homeland of the Anishinaabe (pronounced Ah nish nah bay) and the Haudenosaunee (pronounced Ho den oh show nay). It is also home to Métis, Inuit and First Nations peoples from across Canada. The Limestone DSB believes that all students need to know about the distinct cultures, traditions, and histories of First Nations, Métis and Inuit and has designated the month of November as Indigenous Education Month. Throughout the month we will be sharing announcements and using a variety of resources in classrooms that will teach students about the Indigenous people of this area.

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Looking for Lego Donations

If you are purging and looking to get rid of old Lego we would be more than happy to take your donation. We are always looking for more Lego for our Maker Space! Please drop off donations in the front foyer in the marked box!

#LearnLaughLean #WeAreOne

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This Week at Southview

Monday, October 29 (Day 2)

  • Dental Screening for JK, SK & Grade 2
  • We Scare Hunger Campaign continues


Tuesday, October 30 (Day 3)

  • Dental Screening for JK, SK & Grade 2
  • DuChene (3s) & Zwiers to Swim to Survive


Wednesday, October 31 (Day 4)

  • Orange & Black Day
  • Grade 6s to Steer Clear of Drugs
  • Zumba


Thursday, November 1 (Day 5)


Friday, November 2 (Day 1)

  • Brown & Jones (3s) to Swim to Survive

Upcoming Events

November 5 ~ DuChene (3s) & Zwiers to Swim to Survive

November 7 ~ Picture Retake Day

November 9 ~ Brown & Jones (3s) to Swim to Survive

November 9 ~ Remembrance Day Assembly, 10:15 am

November 9 ~ Grade 7 & 8 to Financial Literacy

November 12 ~ Bus Safety Presentations (4-8)

November 14 ~ We Day in Ottawa

November 14 ~ Parent Council Meeting, 6:30 pm

November 15 ~ Progress Reports go home

November 16 ~ Grades 5 to 8 to Queen's Basketball

November 19 to 23 ~ Scholastic Book Fair

November 19 ~ Hallford, Dupuis & Boutilier (7s) to Gould Lake

November 21 ~ Farren & Hall to Gould Lake

November 27 & 28 ~ Vision Screening for SK & Grade 1

November 30 ~ PA Day - NO SCHOOL

Embracing Differences, Learning Together