November 13, 2017

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A SCHOOL IN NEED – CLOTHING DRIVE

downloadLast week, a small, inner-city school in North Surrey reached out to the larger school district community for support. Staff had noticed that many of their families were unable to provide their children with appropriate clothing for the winter weather. In response to this need in their community,  CAMBRIDGE LEADERSHIP STUDENTS ARE ORGANIZING A WINTER CLOTHING DRIVE FROM NOVEMBER 14-17 in hopes that Cambridge families can donate Fall clothes (hats, gloves, coats, winter boots, rain coats and boots, umbrellas). Basically, anything that provides warmth and helps students stay dry would be appreciated.

download-1We encourage you to look through your closets and donate items that your children have grown out of or are no longer using. The items do not have to be new and sizes for grades K-7 are needed. Please bring washed items to school in a bag any day this week and drop them off at the office.

In addition, we have many unclaimed items in our LOST & FOUND. Please take a look through the bins this week which can be found near the primary kitchen area. All appropriate items will be donated to the clothing drive if not claimed by Friday, November 17th.

Thank you in advance for your generosity.

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REMEMBRANCE DAY

Last Thursday, students and staff participated in two thoughtful Remembrance Day assemblies. Due to our school size, classrooms are organized into an EVEN and ODD division numbered assembly. The assemblies were MC’ed by grade 6 students and included a choir performance from the K & grade 1 students and the grade 3 & 4 students. Ms. Yoo’s grade 5 class also shared a touching video presentation of them singing Hallelujah which is shared below. Students from each class created a Remembrance Wreath that were attached to the gym wall following our moment of silence.

Thank you to the parents/guardians, and other family members who joined us for the morning to help pay our respects to those who have sacrificed so much for the freedoms we enjoy today.

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PAC NEWS

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  • Chopped Leaf Hot lunch on Tuesday November 14. If you can help with classroom delivery from 11-12 please email cambridge.pac6115@gmail.com
  • McDonalds Hot lunch is Monday November 27. Last day to order is Sunday November 19. If you can volunteer to help with classroom delivery please email.

PAC

  • Please join us this Thursday November 16th at 6:30 in the music room for the PAC meeting. Childcare is available

OKM Grad 2018 Poinsettia Fundraiser

  • Poinsettia Order forms went home last week with your child. Please have a look to see if there is anything you are interested in and have your order submitted back to the office or your child’s teacher by Wednesday November 22. This fundraiser is for the PAC’s general account.

Thank you from the Cambridge PAC

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK

Helping quote

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CALENDAR – IMPORTANT DATES FOR 2017/18 (PDF)
NOVEMBER
14-17 Needy School Clothing Drive
DECEMBER

4-15 FreshGrade Parent/Guardian Interaction
19&20-Winter Concerts
22-Last day of school before Winter Break
25 to January 5-Winter Break
JANUARY
8-First day of school in 2018
26-Challenge Day #2
FEBRUARY
12-Family Day – Classes not in session
16-Non-Instructional Day – Classes not in session for students
MARCH
19-29-Spring Break
30-Good Friday – Schools Closed
APRIL
2-Easter Monday – School Closed
3-School Re-Opens, Running Club & Track Begins
19-Early-Dismissal at 1:25 p.m.
MAY
4-Non-Instructional Day – Classes not in session for students
18-Challenge Day #3
21-Victoria Day – Classes not in session
28-Non-Instructional Day – Classes not in session for students
JUNE
5-Parent Appreciation Tea
15-Sports Day
22-Grade7 Farewell Assembly – 9:00 a.m.
27-Year End Assembly
28-Last day of school, Early dismissal @ 1:25 p.m.
29-Administration Day – Classes not in session for students

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