Week of January 10-14

Dear MPS families,

A huge shout out to families and educators for navigating us through week one of remote learning in 2022! Way to go everyone! We know this isn't always easy and we are so grateful for our whole school community for helping students get plugged in to their on-line learning, once again.

Please reach out if you need to - we are happy to support you in any way we can.

One bonus of learning from home is that we get to see full faces again! Keep smiling Team MPS and we will see you on-line!

Mrs. Diamond

Happy News!

Marysville would like to congratulate Mr. Bencze and his wife on the arrival of their son, John Brody Bencze, on January 3 weighing 8lbs 8oz. Brody is doing fine and is settling in with his Mom, Dad and big sister!

Attendance during Remote Learning

Attendance is taken each day. To be marked present, students need to connect with their teachers (e.g. participating in virtual classes/meetings, messaging/e-mailing teachers).

School Messenger will be calling out between 2:30-3:00pm each day for students marked absent. If you know that your child is not going to be "at school", please use the School Messenger app to enter the absence.

Live Tweet - Tuesday, Jan 11 @ 9:00am

Mrs. Diamond is going to do a live Tweet on Tuesday morning at 9:00am! Be sure to check it out on Twitter at @Marys_LDSB ! Our Twitter feed is also available on our school website at https://marysville.limestone.on.ca/

Thursday, Jan 13 - Assembly @ 1:10pm

Marysville Stars School Assembly @ 1:10pm. Draw for MPS Stars of the Week!

Ms. Etmanskie’s class is listening to a Podcast and discussing

“The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel”.

Gr 5-7 students are also working on taking notes using a Doodle Style technique, similar to what they did for their 2021 Year in Review.

K-4 Student Art Gallery

Mr. Bence's primary math class is working with Mrs. Hawley during his absence. Mr. B has asked the class to work on "Animate a Poem" through their Hour of Code next week.

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