Day: 9 March 2018
Great Things Seen & Heard
- Secondary snow sculptures were a great demonstration of school pride and teamwork on the last Friday before March break. MN did a super job of organizing everything
Clips & Tips
Ever heard of a screen addiction? This video that was shared with me was an eye-opener. Some addicted children have symptoms resembling autism before the addiction is revealed, while older subjects resemble people with drug or alcohol addictions. Check it out here:
Bits & Pieces
- Please place any 2017-18 photos that can be shared on the website in the designated folder on Staff Shared Folders
- So far, it looks like we will have two kindergarten classes once again (but we still need more students to confirm a Pre-K 4-year-old class).
- If our secretary has a “Do Not Disturb” sign on the counter, it means she has deadlines to meet and would rather you send an email with your question or please come back a little later.
- Fundraising or outing requests due by March 20th
- Employment requests (percentage change, transfers, retirement) are due in April—details posted in staff room and in office.
- Forms to specify teaching preferences will be distributed at the next teachers’ meeting (March 19th)
Events Next Week
- Monday, March 12th: PED Day: 8:30 a.m. Math Consultant for K-2 all day
- Monday, March 12th: School Council at 16h00
- Tuesday, March 13th: we will announce snow sculpture winners to Secondary students, probably with an impromptu assembly
- Wednesday, March 14th: International Student Protest Day (hopefully not at SHS)
- Friday, March 16th: Drawing Contest, dress green (50¢) and Gold Hunt (free)
- Friday, March 16th: Carrefour Jeunesse brief info session at 11h09 (Little Theatre)