Great Things Seen & Heard

  • A daycare parent had quite a scare on Tuesday night when 6 police cars were parked at school and no kids could be seen from the parking lot!
  • Students are thrilled that they can actually touch Chippy (the chipmunk) out in the yard!
  • The secret person who brought the bird feeder and houses is NG! Thanks for your special touch!
  • We saw CT doing cartwheels in the yard! That’s amazing!
  • RC had the beat and the other teachers were dancing along—what a show!

Great Things Seen & Heard

  • We could have a garden project with community involvement to embellish the yard next year!
  • Work is already starting on Career Day for Secondary students for next year!
  • Students are scrambling for shade with our hot weather!
  • The local groundhogs provide hours of entertainment for anyone outside!

Great Things Seen & Heard

  • People are stopping at the stop sign this time!
  • Parent shared that her daughter said she loves school being this quiet and wishes COVID could stay!
  • Kids like hanging out in the yard, 2m apart, allowing the teachers a suntanning break!
  • Teachers are planning a lawn-chair meeting with socially distant fanning!

Great Things Seen & Heard

  • School secretaries handled the telephone misconduct of frustrated parents with grace. Way to go, ladies! Keep your chins up; it only gets better from here!
  • Student belongings sorted in bags in no time on third floor due to super cooperation!
  • Second floor classrooms rearranged and even moved… thank you Secondary teachers for pitching in! Many hands (feet) make work light!
  • School secretaries and our fearless rover handled all the parents coming with proper social distance, in style!
  • Our fearless rover did all the legwork for me to get the students into groups, and even posted documents! I sure appreciate the help, NG!
  • ST, NG and MJC have the school yard in control! We can’t wait to see it in action!
  • ST and NG summarized our discussions online for us so we all have a chance to breathe!
  • KK has a unique measuring rope for moving students around with social distance!
  • Staff at home are improving systems and approaches for connecting services to students!