Category: School Update

official Heather Park School update

Health & Safety Alert – Norovirus

A number of children who have been in and out of the school building this week have been infected with the Norovirus (Norwalk Virus). In effort to control the spread, the school has taken the following measures: 1. Contacted Environmental Health and SD57 Board Office for advice. 2. Closed the Daycare for full cleaning on …

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Missoula Children’s Theatre — Wiz of the West

Thank you to everyone who helped make last week’s show a huge success. Click HERE to view a brief slideshow of kids on stage.

Special PAC Meeting – May 1 – REMINDER

There will be a special PAC meeting on Tuesday, May 1 at 7:00 pm in the computer lab beside the library. This meeting will be to vote to select a playground design and approve the purchase. Childcare will be available and the meeting will end no later than 8:30 pm. It is very important that …

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Primary Report Writing Day – May 1 – REMINDER

Tuesday, May 1st, will be a primary report writing day for all students in Kindergarten to grade 3. There will be no school for those students on that day.

Two Week Spring Break in 2012/13

At the school board meeting held April 24th, the school board adopted a calendar for the 2012/13 year which includes a two week spring break. You can find more information about the calendar for next year at

Missoula Childrens Theatre – The Wiz of the West

Doors open tonight at 5:30 for the 6:00 performance. Tickets are $5.00 per person or $20.00 per household. T-Shirts are available for $20.00 per shirt. Performances tomorrow are at 2:00 and 6:00.

School Planning Council time change to 6:30pm

Interested parents are invited to attend our first School Planning Council Meeting this Wednesday, April 25, 2012, at 6:30pm. School planning councils are advisory bodies. Their major responsibility is to develop, monitor and review school plans for student achievement in consultation with the school community. Childcare will not be available, but children will be able …

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