Let it snow, let is snow, let it snow!!!! There’s still time to purchase tickets for the Polar Plunge Raffle!
Prizes include: Tickets to a Leafs or Raptors game, a Birthday Party with Pawsitively Pets, Tutoring Services, or Dinning at Isabella’s Restaurant! Pick up a letter from the office and don’t forget to enter the draw by placing completed tickets in the raffle box located just outside the office.
Monday, December 2nd:
In School Support Team Meetings (AM Only)
Tuesday, December 3rd:
Book Fair Delivery & Set-up. We need volunteers. Please consider volunteering to help.
Here is a message from the School Council:
Calling all volunteers! The Scholastic Book Fair is just 3 days away. Please consider volunteering for even just a half hour.
Wednesday, December 4th:
Scholastic Book Fair Begins. Thank you to Ms. Baldwin for offering us Portable #1 as our sales site. Than you to Ms. Black & volunteers for co-ordinating this event.
Please consider supporting our school through purchases made at the book fair. A portion of funds is given back to the school to support a variety of initiatives that directly impact student equity, achievement, and wellbeing.
You can even support your child’s classroom directly by purchasing a book listed on the teacher’s wish list. The book is then added to the classroom library.
Please attend the Scholastic Book Fair on December 4th or 5th during the advertised hours.
Wednesday, December 4th:
House Captains & Leaders Meeting – 11:30 Lunch Portable #2 (Ms. Pennington & Ms. Gillan) We are working on our Anti-bullying presentations. Please bring your lunch and be ready to work! Thank you so much to our student leaders who have shown amazing leadership. Being a leader isn’t an easy job, but your efforts are making our school a more inclusive and caring place. I am so proud of all of you!!!
Ms. Pennington will also be available after school if leaders or captains have additional questions or are in need of planning support.
We will also be hosting the Intermediate Volleyball Competition after school.
Friday, December 6th:
PA Activity Day. Students have a day off from school. All staff will be participating in professional activities.
Saturday, December 14th:
Santa’s Breakfast. Our annual fundraising event to benefit the Birchmount Bluffs Neighbourhood Centre. Currently we are collecting items for donation including:
– children’s toothpaste
– adult toothpaste
– diapers, all sizes
– adult depends all sizes
Drop off donated items to your child’s class.
The breakfast helps to raise funds for the BBNC as well. It’s an amazingly fun and festive event with student led entertainment, craft tables, a photo with Santa, and a yummy pancake breakfast!
Photographs with Santa. Watch for the sign-up link on-line coming this week.
We are still in need of volunteers and donations for Santa’s Breakfast on December 14th. This event is hosted by Grade 2 parents annually but we need everyone to help through food donations and decorating.
If you can help by offering your time, that’s greatly appreciated. A group of parents/guardians will do some set-up on Friday, December 13th after school. Please join us!
Monday, December 16th:
School Support Team Meetings – AM only
Tuesday, December 17th: Holiday Concert Rehearsal – AM in the gym
(students & teachers only)
Wednesday, December 18th:
Please join us for a Grade Kindergarten to Grade 3 Holiday Concert:
A Celebration of Peace & Joy!
Festivities begin at 6:00 pm and will conclude by 7:00 pm approximately.
Kindergarten classes perform first with a brief break following Ms. Martin/Campbell’s class & Ms. Jones/Ms. Hall’s class performance. This allows caregivers to pick up our youngest students who may need to get home to bed!
The remainder of the evening will showcase performances by: Ms. Shaw, Ms. Choudhuri, Ms. Reynolds, and Ms, Pennington’s classes.
We look forward to seeing you there.
A sincere and heartfelt thank you to the Courcelette Community for being amazing partners and supporters.