- WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
- THIS WEEK IN IMAGES
- KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION
- IT’S BASKETBALL SEASON
- VIDEO OF THE WEEK: SNOWFLAKE WATCHING
- QUOTE OF THE WEEK:
It’s raining and our snow may soon all melt away. I know some of you are wishing for more snow – it may still come. Rain or snow, our Winter weather continues to surprise us.
It’s that time of year again, when the weather gets chilly and the occasional flurries start to fall. The School District handles some snow removal on sidewalks and walkways on school property; we also continue to do what we can to keep our school access paths clear of snow and ice by using salt and snow shovels. We appreciate how students and parents are being mindful of the cold and icy conditions wearing appropriate footwear and walking carefully on our sidewalks. Thank you!
Winter conditions sometimes results in icy sidewalks. Be careful!
Just a reminder that students go outside during their recess and lunch time breaks. Please send your children each morning, or remind them, to wear warmer outerwear and to take along mittens or gloves, a hat and a scarf to help keep them warm during these colder and, sometimes, windy Winter days.
Even Ms. Shantz, our school counsellor, comes prepared for Wintery weather!
Don’t forget warm and waterproof boots – not only to keep feet cozy, but to prevent slipping and falling. Thank you for your support in making all our students safe and warm!
Students and teachers are settling in and getting back into routines. There’s lots of new and exciting learning going on . . .
Cambridge hallways and classrooms are adorned with Winter inspired artwork. Here are three hallway displays created by “bigs” in Div. 3, “middles” in Div. 13, and “littles” in Div. 24.
Basketball has officially started at Cambridge. Students met with Mr. Nelson and those interested have signed up to play. Here is some important information from Mr. Nelson about our basketball season:
Grade 6/7 Girls
Sullivan Heights Coaches: Emma, Jenine, Sofie, Jasmine (gr. 10&11)
• Game Day (starting January 19th) is Thursday of each week
• Practices: Monday & Wednesday mornings from 7:15 – 8:30am
• Sponsor Teachers: Mrs. Stark, Ms. McKillop, and Ms. Pmonis
Grade 6/7 Boys
Sullivan Heights Coaches: Hassib, Brennan, Guandeep, Michael (gr. 10&11 I believe)
• Game Day (starting January 18th) is Wednesday of each week
• Practices: Tuesday & Thursday after school from 2:30 – 4:00pm
• Sponsor Teachers: Mrs. Steeves and Mr. Morrison
Thank you to our high school volunteer coaches and our sponsor teachers. We look forward to a great season of play.
Physicist Ken Libbrecht has an obsession with snowflakes and has travelled the world studying and documenting them. Because of their complexity no two snowflakes are the same and provide a limitless variety of shapes and structures to study. We hope you and your child/ren enjoy this fascinating look at Snowflakes!
17-PAC Meeting – time TBA
20-Challenge Day #2 – Spaghetti Marshamallow Challenge – afternoon
13-Family Day – Classes not in session
17-Non-Instructional Day – Classes not in session for students
21-PAC Meeting – time TBA
3-Talent Show – 12:45 p.m.
10-PAC Bake Sale
27-Running Club Begins!
7-Student Learning Communications sent home
12-Early dismissal @ 1:30 p.m.
14-Good Friday – Classes not in session
17-Easter Monday – Classes not in session
18-PAC Meeting- time TBA
28-Last day of Running Club
5-Non-Instructional Day – Classes not in session for students
11-12Fine Arts Workshop and Presentation – Milton Randall – 9 a.m.
19-Challenge Day #3
22-Victoria Day – Classes not in session
23-PAC Meeting – time TBA
25-Parent Tea – 8:45 a.m.
29-Non-Instructional Day – Classes not in session for students
29-Staff Appreciation Lunch hosted by PAC
23-Grade7 Celebration – 9:00 a.m.
29-Last day of classes
29-Student Learning Communications sent home
29-Early dismissal @ 1:30 p.m.
30-Administration Day – Classes not in session for students
Remember to dress for our Wintery weather!