Monthly Archive: February 2011

Feb 21

Pink Shirt Day, February 23, 2011

On February 23, 2011, people are encouraged to wear something pink to symbolize that we as a society will not tolerate bullying anywhere. This idea came from two Nova Scotia high school students. Here is a snippet of the Globe & Mail article about them: “David Shepherd, Travis Price and their teenage friends organized a …

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Feb 21

PAC Newsletter, February 21, 2011

2011 Feb 21 PAC Newsletter in PDF format Important Dates February 25th – Primary Report Card Writing Day, no school K to 3 February 25th – Grade 7 Basketball Tournament March 4 – Pro-D day March 9th – Next PAC meeting March 11th – Family Dance March 21 to 25 – Spring Break Winter Raffle …

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Feb 21

School Newsletter, February 21, 2011

11.02.21 – newsletter in PDF format BASKETBALL MADNESS Tournament This Friday, February 25, Heather Park is hosting its first open basketball tournament.  Teams will be joining us from four other schools around the city.  The finals will be played between 4-6 PM on the full court, and we hope our Heather Park teams will be …

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Feb 21

PAC General Meeting Minutes, February 9, 2011

ehpe pac gm feb 9 11 ECOLE HEATHER PARK ELEMENTARY PAC MEETING Wednesday February 9,201 Lab Room 2023 Attendance: 20 parents 1. Call to Order : 7:02pm -welcome & introductions 2. Review Minutes -we are not providing copies of the minutes -Sally reviews -Motion: Sarah motions to accept minutes, 2nd by Tracy -carried 3. Agenda …

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Feb 21

Around the schools

From week of February 14th: This promises to be a quieter week at École Heather Park Elementary.   Last week was a blur-r-r-r of activities: there was a special language and food presentation to recognize the four Korean exchange students recently enrolled at ÉHPES;  KRSS hosted a grade 7 parent transition night; under a mirrored disco …

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Feb 14

Ambulance at Heather Park today

This morning a primary student suffered complications from a pre-existing medical condition.  As a result, emergency personnel were called to the school,  and the student was transported to the hospital as a precautionary measure.  The parents of the student have been contacted.

Feb 13

Winter Raffle Update

A great big thank you to all students, parents and school staff for the wonderful support for our winter raffle! Our PAC is also very excited with all of the positive feedback we have received. We are now moving to the process of collecting all the books that are still currently out with our students and …

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