Category: School Update

official Heather Park School update

Around the Schools – December 13, 2010

The holiday spirit thrives at École Heather Park Elementary’ as (to date) staff and students have generously donated 1000+ non-perishable food items for the Salvation Army’s Food Bank. Organised by our Leadership students, this total will undoubtedly grow, as there is a lunchtime Sock Hop planned for Wednesday, and the price of admission is one …

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School Newsletter, December 13, 2010

school newsletter 10.12.13 CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS Be part of the fun!! Wear your special Christmas hat or reindeer antlers this Wednesday, December 15 and bring an item for our food drive. Students in grades 4-5 will be invited to the gym at recess for some music and fun.  At lunch the 6-7’s will have their chance …

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Notification – Emergency vehicles on property today for adult visitor

Message from Dan Watt, Vice Principal Today we had emergency vehicles on our property at lunch to attend to an adult visitor. No children were involved. The visitor was taken to emergency.

Around the Schools, December 7, 2010

École Heather Park Elementary’s Leadership students have organized a food drive to collect non-perishable food items for the Salvation Army food bank.  In the hopes of increasing donations and supporting such a valuable and much needed cause, we have also challenged Kelly Road’s student council to see which school can bring in the most food …

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O Canada — Tuesday, Dec 7

Tomorrow will be the first day we play “O Canada” at Heather Park.  We are asking parents to stand in silence while the anthem is being played if they are in the building. See bilingual lyrics attached. 0-canada

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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