Molly Brant Elementary Newsletter

June 1

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PA Day- Friday, June 2nd

No School for Students- enjoy your long weekend everyone!!

Alice in Wonderland Performance!!

This week our we put on two wonderful performances of our Alice in Wonderland play! We are so immensely proud of our entire cast, crew, and staff who have worked tirelessly since January getting ready for last night. A special thanks to the students, staff, parents, School Advisory Council, Limestone District School Board, and Roswell Rehearsal for helping us with our sound and lighting. We look forward to continued performances next year where we can highlight the talents of amazing students at Molly Brant.

SAC Hot Dog Day

Thank you to our wonderful School Advisory Council for organizing a hot dog day last Friday. The students at Molly Brant are so appreciative of everything that you do for them! MBES' Council will be meeting for the final time this year on Monday, June 5th at 5:45 pm.

End of Year Community BBQ

Please mark off June 15th on your calendars for our end of year BBQ. Like our Open House in the fall, we will be hosting another BBQ to take place at the school. Please look for a separate email with all the details next week!

Kindergarten Registration for 2023-24 School Year

If you have a student that is four or five by the end of December 2023, now is the time to register them to start Kindergarten in September 2023. If your child is starting kindergarten with us next year please be sure to join us on June 6th from 4:30-5:30 to visit our classrooms, meet our staff, and take a ride on the school bus! Kingston Public Health will also be on hand to offer their support to this event!

Starting Kindergarten is a very exciting time for everyone, and we are ready to welcome your next student to a wonderful new world of learning and growing. If you have any questions about registration, please do not hesitate to contact the school directly.

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Bus Cancellations and What To Do

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As we notice from time to time over the winter months our buses may be cancelled due to weather. Families should always be prepared should their child's bus be delayed or cancelled. Families should ensure they are signed up to receive direct notifications, either by email, or Tri-Board’s app. Delays and cancellations are also posted to Tri-Board’s Twitter account.

Transportation to and from school is not guaranteed. Families should have a backup plan to transport their student(s) to school, and to arrange child care where required, if their bus is cancelled for any reason and they cannot transport their student to school.

City of Kingston Park and Stride

To help avoid congestion in the morning and after school consider using the Park and Stride initiative above designed by the City of Kingston. The Park and Stride locations are within 5 minutes walking distance to the school and is a great way to stay active and control traffic in our area.
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