Monday, October 25, 2021 - Issue #8
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Where did October go? Reflecting on the last week and preparing for the week ahead has us planning out the end of the month. It is amazing how fast time flies when you are having fun! Please remember that we are ending this month with a three day weekend for students as Monday, November 1st is a P.A. Day.
Don't forget that we are collecting socks until the end of the week for Socktober. This is a great opportunity to help out people in our own community. Please send in new socks of any size.
It seems that the cooler temperatures have arrived. Please ensure that your child has clothes suitable for playing outside. Students are outside for 30 minutes twice each day for recess. Classes may also go for walks or participate in outdoor physical activity so being dressed for the weather is an important.
Thank you to everyone who has already returned the Emergency Contact form and updated their Freedom of Information consents using the link you were emailed. If you have not had a chance, please do so as soon as possible. It is important that we have current contact information on file and have your explicit consent to share information about your student, if you wish to provide it.
If you have any questions or if there's something we have missed, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Fraser, Mrs. Clapp, Mr. McFarlane & Mrs. Hart
- Friday, October 29th - SPIRIT DAY: Dress in Black and Orange
- Monday, November 1st - P.A. Day (no school for students)
- Friday, November 5th - School Photo Day
- Friday, November 19th - Progress Report Cards will be sent home with students
- Monday, November 22nd - Virtual School Council Meeting, 6:15pm
- Friday, November 26th - Photo Re-Take Day
Cross Country - Go Wildcats!
Thank you to Mrs. Blackburn and Ms. Erin for taking our students to both meets.
Congratulations to our Atom Girls team for placing first, our Atom Boys for placing second, Bantom Girls for placing thrid, Bantom Boys for placing first, Midget Girls for placing second and Midget Boys for placing third.
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Thank you Cobs!
Lost and Found - Items on Display Until Friday October 29th
For the remainder of the month of October, We will be collecting new socks that will be donated to SOCKS Kingston. Promoting acts of kindness teaches empathy and good citizenship. When children are part of activities that help others less fortunate than themselves, it provides them with a real sense of perspective, highlighting their own good fortune. Being generous helps them appreciate what they have, makes them feel useful, and fosters empathy.
All sizes are needed, from infant to adult socks! With cooler temperatures coming our way, warm socks are great to donate this time of year.
Plus, socks collected in Kingston stay right here in the city. SOCKS Kingston distributes them to local agencies such as shelters and community groups. Feel free to ask friends and family members to help with donations.
To report your child's absence: