June 2021 Newsletter

What's Going On In The World of St. Henry's SR

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Principal Message

Thank you!

It's hard to believe we are into June, the last month of the school year. We would like to take this opportunity to begin saying how grateful we are for your continued support throughout this school year. We feel very blessed to have successfully made it this far in person, face-to-face. It is truly a blessing being able to watch your child(ren) grow and progress throughout the year.

There are still several Covid-19 restrictions in place, and because of this we will continue to have our year-end awards ceremony as a virtual presentation. We would like to offer viewing to parents and so later in the month, we will be sending home a note with a link for you to join us virtually. Please watch for this note. Virtual awards will be held at 10:00a.m. on June 28th.

Praying you have a safe, healthy and restful summer full of blessings.

We look forward to seeing you all September 1st, 2021.


Sharla D. Hansen


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St. Henry's Parish Information

Pastor: Father Andrew

Saturday Night Mass: 5:00pm

Sunday Morning Mass : 10:00 am



Dress and Deportment


Please go over this with your Child(ren). With warmer weather here to stay we would like to remind parents/guardians about appropriate clothing for school. Students are expected to wear clothing that is appropriate and in keeping with our Catholic faith. Spaghetti straps and muscle shirts(must be at least 2 finger widths wide), bare midriffs, crop tops, cut away tops, bandanas, inappropriate logos/language, short skirts, or short shorts (less than a 3-inch inseam), undergarments showing, or low-cut tops are NOT appropriate clothes for school. Students who are inappropriately dressed will be asked to wear a jacket, turn the shirt inside out, or we can supply them with clothing we have on hand. Students will not be allowed to wear hats or hoods on their heads inside the school as well.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Please call the school if you have any questions or concerns.

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Grade 9 Service Project

This year our grade 9 class, alongside teacher, Mr. Kish, decided to revamp our school entrance way on the east side of the school near the parking lot. The students are using the Purdy's Easter Chocolate Fundraiser money, as well as several donations from community businesses to beautify the area. The students wrote letters to businesses asking for their support, and were overwhelmed with generosity. The class has started planting and landscaping the area, and we look forward to sharing the end result. Below are a few photos, including a before photo and a few pictures of donations that were accepted.

Thank you to the following for their generosity:

Vahagn's Independent Store

Melville Home Hardware

Prairie Co-op Center

Melville Canadian Tire

Student Survey

Below is a student survey regarding your child's intentions for attendance in the fall. Please take a moment, when you have time, to complete the survey.

The data collected helps determine the numbers for each grade and how many of each class may be necessary for the next school year.

Thank you in advance for completing the survey before June 18th.

BAND Grades 7-9

Next years grade 7-9 band students are encouraged to rent or buy their instruments. If using a school owned instrument, there will be a rental fee. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Gilmore.

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10% off all sales is returned to the school as a rebate. Thank you to everyone who purchased throughout the 2020-2021 school year.

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