September 2011 archive


Peaches were distributed to the school on Tuesday. All students should receive theirs within the next few days. These are being received through the BC School Fruit and Vegetable Program. Growers in BC are gearing up to provide these healthy snacks to the 1,270 schools throughout British Columbia enrolled in the program. The year will …

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Minutes of September PAC General Meeting

Here are the unapproved minutes of the PAC general meeting held on September 21, 2011.  A downloadable PDF version is available here. ECOLE HEATHER PARK ELEMENTARY PARENT ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING Wednesday September 21, 2011 Computer Room Attendance: 21 parents Call to order: 7:00 pm Minutes June 9, 2011 minutes reviewed by Lesley Motion: Sarah motions …

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Reminder of the Meeting Tonight

The first PAC general meeting will be held tonight at 6:45 pm in the computer room beside the Library on the second floor.


Both the school and PAC newsletters have been published. The September 19, 2011 school newsletter can be found here. The September 2011 PAC newsletter can be found here

Lost and Found

Just a reminder that the Lost & Found bin is in the hallway across from the multi-purpose room.  It is starting to fill up so don’t forget to check it if your child is missing anything.

PAC General Meeting – Sept 21, 2011

[important]The first general meeting of the Ecole Heather Park Elementary PAC will be held on this coming Wednesday, September 21, 2011 starting at 6:45 pm in the computer room beside the library on the second floor. [/important] The agenda follows below but there is a link to a down-loadable PDF copy of the agenda here.  There …

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Your Child’s Contact Information Sheet

The PAC safety committee would like to remind you to pay careful attention when reviewing your child’s contact information on the personal information forms that are going home this week.  Accurate contact information is critical in the event that you need to be contacted in the event of an emergency and that you need to …

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