November 2010 archive

Newsletters, November 29, 2010

2010 November 29 Newsletter –  School Newsletter 2010 November 29 PAC Newsletter 2 – PAC Newsletter

Principal/Vice-Principal’s Weekly Message to Teachers – November 29, 2010

November 29, 2010-11-29 I’ll keep this short, so I can still get it out on Monday morning (writing at 11:50!). Please pass kudos along to your classes for outstanding behaviour and attention at the primary and intermediate assemblies. I look forward to more presentations “en francais” by Richard (he presented a translation of Steve during …

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Movie Night Success

Message from Sally, PAC chair The movie night was wonderful.  We have lots of people to thank for that one… Thanks to Yvonne for helping Tracy and Julia get the event rolling and Sarah for getting the word out.  Tracy and Julia did a great job of pulling it together and being leaders…they are ready …

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Playground committee meeting

Interested in the playground committee? There’s a meeting on Monday, November 29th, at 7pm, at the school.

The Golden Rules, as shared at Primary Assembly

Treat other people the way you would like to treated yourself. Keep your hands, feet and unkind words to yourself. Washrooms: Not a place to play. Keep things clean. Tell someone if you see something wrong. Snow and weather: Playing with Snow: Snowballs and facewashing are not allowed. Respect other peoples’ snow creations. Sliding: Feet …

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Teacher hired for promotion of social responsibility and primary student playtime at recess

Message from Steve Fleck, Principal Dan and I are happy to announce that we have added some additional teacher staffing resources to address our goal of promoting positive student behaviour and virtues. On December 1, 2010, our own Donna McLachlan will begin working an additional .3 on top of her .5 K role.  This contract …

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Playground bill in tens of thousands (The Prince George Citizen, 26 Nov 2010, Page 3)

Mark Nielsen Citizen staff The Prince George Citizen 26 Nov 2010 School district administration will look at the possibility of doing the work “in-house” after learning the cost of moving playgrounds from two closed schools to Heather Park elementary school will add up to $38,000 in total if carried out by the company that …

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