Category Archive: Resources

Jan 27

Health and Career Education- What your children are learning…

  At the January PAC meeting we were fortunate to have Nannette, our Public Health Nurse Liason, attend and discuss two important topics-  Body Health/Sex Education and Communicable Diseases. The Health and Career Education K-7 document which defines what our children are learning in school is here  Health and Career.  There is some great information with respect to what …

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Oct 08

District Achievement Contract- What is it and how it impacts our children?

Check out the Family Resource Bulletin Board (at the end of the hallway by the Multipurpose Room) for information on School District 57’s Student Learning Directions.  Each School District is required to create a District Achievement Contract that is a public statement of commitment by the Board to work towards success for each student in the district.     Want to …

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Jan 28

Social Emotional Learning January Newsletter

January 2013 A Toolkit of helpful responses to encourage children and young people’s emotional wellbeing from Hands on Scotland Ethical Dilemmas for Classroom Discussion THE DAILY DILEMMA by Charis Denison Inspire and Attitude of Gratitude Subject: Reflection Leading by example is a great way to help make expressing gratitude a part of your …

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Aug 02

Looking for school supply list?

HPE school supplies 2011 [notice]The linked PDF file was handed out the last week of school, and has a school supply list. It is quite possible that the list of supplies may be modified the first week of school.[/notice]

Nov 03

Resources for Advocating for Your Child

Our PAC website has a variety of resources for parents, accessible here: A few to point out are:Guidelines for resolving problems – our school district’s guidelines for problems resolution.This one pager gives direction on where to go if you don’t receive satisfaction with regards to your issue. The recommended order is the teacher or staff …

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