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June 2022

Daily COVID Screener

Please continue to screen DAILY for COVID symptoms.

Cardboard Challenge - postponed

Unfortunately, at this time we have postponed the Cardboard Challenge. We thank all of those that have donated boxes and cardboard to date. We will store what we have in the event the project is able to take place in the future.

KRHF Winners!

Congratulations to Ms. Etmanskie's grade 5/6/7 class on receiving the Theme Award for their documentary about Wolfe Island community volunteering at the 2022 Kingston Regional Heritage Fair.

A very special thank you to Paul Hogan and Mickayla Pyke for their knowledge, expertise, and their willingness to do and share what they do best!

Pay it Forward
Maltby Centre - June Workshops

AUTISM & MENTAL HEALTH WORKSHOPS FOR PARENTS/CAREGIVERS AND YOUTH

FREE Family Problem Solving virtual workshop June 9 from 1pm-2:30pm

An informative session designed for parents/caregivers

of children between the ages of 6-18 in KFLA.

To register for this workshop, please email reception@maltbycentre.ca

Our FREE Family Problem Solving virtual #workshop is one week away! Join us June 9 from 1pm-2:30pm for an informative session designed for parents/caregivers of children between the ages of 6-18 in #KFLA.   To register for this workshop, please email reception@maltbycentre.ca

Pride Flag

The Education Centre and all schools across the Limestone District School Board are recognizing Pride Month in KFL&A by flying the Intersex-Inclusive Progress Pride Flag for the month of June.

June 3 - PA Day

June Hot Lunch Menu

June 1 - Wrap (choice of chicken caesar or havarti cheese) - postponed from May 4

(Tues) June 7 - Macaroni au gratin and green bean salad, dessert

June 15 - Watermelon salad with feta & mint, bread, side of ham or cheese

June 22 - BBQ (hotdog or burger, veggie burger available) and smoothie popsicles

June 29 - No hot lunch

Field Trips/workshops

June 6 - K-4 class will be taking part in a virtual workshop with the Museum of Healthcare called "What is That?"


June 9 - Gr 5-7 class will be attending an Indigenous workshop at Lake Ontario Park.


June 16 - Grade 7's joining the senior classes at Central & Sydenham for a day in Ottawa.

June 16 - the Primary class will enjoy a virtual workshop through Summer Solstice Festival Education Days. The presentation will showcase world champion hoop dancer Dallas Arcand as he shares the history and cultural connections and teachings of the hoop dance.


June 23 - Both classes (K-7) will be adventuring to the Boys & Girls Club for some fun activites as well as cooling off at City Park Splash pad.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

YEAR-END CELEBRATION

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Welcome to Kindergarten!


June 22, 2022

1:30 pm


~ Theatre presentation ~ Pay it Forward documentary

~ Instrumental performances ~ Kindergarten presentation


We look forward to having our current and new families join us!

June 28 - Report Cards home

June 29 - Last Day of School

Busy with EQAO!

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Science on the Edge!

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Science Quest!

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Jr. Science - Rube Goldberg machine

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A GREAT DAY AT TRACK & FIELD!

Marysville was well represented at this year's regional track & field meet! Congratulations to all our competitors for giving their personal best and encouraging other teammates to do the same!
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Planting @ Community Garden

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COVID PROTOCOLS

Masking

Although masks are no longer required for students, staff, and visitors in schools and on school transportation, masking continues to be strongly encouraged. It should be noted that when schools have crossed the threshold of 30% absences due to COVID-related reasons, KFL&A Public Health has issued a letter indicating that masking is recommended due to the presence of COVID in the school and community. Masks continue to be available daily for all students, as well as PPE for all staff.

Many students and staff are choosing to continue to wear masks at times, or consistently, and we support every student’s (and family’s) decision around masking.


When masking is required (as of March 21, 2022):

    • Under federal travel requirements, upon return from international travel, individuals must always wear a mask when in public spaces (including schools and childcare) for 14 days.
    • Individuals who are age 11 or younger or fully vaccinated, who tested positive or had symptoms of COVID-19, can return to school or work after their 5 days of isolation if symptoms are improving. They must, however, wear a well-fitted mask in all public settings (including schools and childcare) and avoid activities where they would need to take off their mask (for example, playing a wind instrument or removing their mask for sports) until 10 days after their symptoms started or from their positive test date.
    • Individuals who are a close contact of a case of COVID-19 or a symptomatic individual who are not required to isolate, must wear a well-fitted mask in all public settings (including schools and childcare) for 10 days from their last exposure to the person with COVID-19 symptoms or positive test result (or from when the symptomatic or positive person finishes their isolation).
    • Please note that exposures within the school setting are no longer included in the definition of a close contact.