The Storrington Star
Spring is finally here and we can feel the excitement and energy that this new season brings! Our students are involved in so many different activities! In addition to the fantastic learning opportunities in all of our classrooms, students are also participating in a variety of extracurricular activities such as intramural sports, Junior Basketball, Running Club, skipping club, field trips, drama club and much more! Thank you so much to the staff and parent volunteers who continue to make these extracurricular opportunities available to our students!
We continue to be impressed with the strong leadership skills that our students demonstrate on a daily basis through organizing and running intramurals, recycling, helping at the office, reading buddies, Yard Pals, DPA leaders, leading assemblies, assisting with younger students, and delivering and collecting our food bins. We have an amazing sense of character and community at Storrington.
Finally, we are trying to go paperless! We are sending home a paper copy of the April calendar with important information on the reverse side. Links to the full newsletter will be posted on the school website (www.storringtonpublicschool.com) and you can also find the link as well as other news on Twitter: @StorrPS_LDSB
Thank you for your continued involvement in your child’s education – research has shown that parental support is one of the most important factors that impacts a child’s success at school. As always, please don’t hesitate to contact me at the school if you have any questions or concerns.
Mrs. Liz Suriyuth
Character Education Assemblies
Safe Schools Procedures
Throughout May and June we will continue to practice our emergency procedures at school to ensure that all staff and students understand what to do in an emergency. These include fire drills, secure-in-place, and lock-down procedures. While these drills are occurring, you may be temporarily denied access to the building until the drill is complete. Thank you for your patience as we practice these drills to ensure our students know how to respond in an emergency.
We are currently welcoming Kindergarten registrations for the 2016-17 school year. If your child will be 4 years old before December 31, 2016 and lives in our school area, he or she is eligible to enter Junior Kindergarten in September 2016. The school office is open for registrations. Please bring your child`s birth certificate, immunization record, health card and proof of address. Parents/guardians will receive an invitation to our Discover Kindergarten Information Session on June 3rd once their child has been registered.
Jump Rope for Heart
April 14th Healthy Families Night
SURVEY FOR PARENTS OF STUDENTS WITH ASD
The survey will be open until May 1, 2016.