IN THIS ISSUE:(click CONTINUE READING below to access links)
- SOAPSTONE CARVING – PATIENCE & PERSEVERENCE
- IMPORTANT INFO. & UPCOMING EVENTS
- PAC NEWS
- IMAGES FROM EASTER WEEKEND & LAST WEEK
During this past week, our senior intermediate classes have been honing their soapstone carving skills with artist, Kathi Bond.
This highly engaging program began in early April and will carry students through to the end of the school year. It has been an exercise in patience & perseverance for many students as they have moved through the different stages towards creating an heirloom piece of art work. Check out their awesome progress below.
Missing some clothing? Our LOST & FOUND clothing bin is once again overflowing with beautiful jackets, gloves, toques, hats, pants and shorts. If you have noticed, during laundry time, that a piece (or two) of your child’s favourite clothing is missing, come on in to our
primary open area where all items will be organized along the hallways for your viewing.
Kindergarten registration is well underway! If you have not registered your child for September, please visit our office staff as soon as you can. Feel free to share this information with your friends that may have Kindergarten aged children starting school in September.
Bicycle Safety Training – Gr. 4&5. The City of Surrey is providing all Cambridge students in grades 4&5 with a free Bicycle Safety Education Program. It will consist of a classroom “CycleSmarts” presentation on May 2nd and an on-bike “BikeWise” 90 minute session with qualified instructors. Students are encouraged to bring their bicycles/helmets and their will be wheels & helmets to borrow for students who do not own their own bike. Watch for information from your classroom teacher this week. lifecycle.ca/cyclesmarts
Moving homes or schools? If so, please let our office staff know so that we can update your contact information. If you are planning to enrol your child in a different school for September, please let the office know as soon as possible. We have a process that needs to be followed to ensure that your child has a smooth transition into their new school.
May 5th is a Surrey wide Professional Day and
all public schools will be closed.
Support the new playground equipment fundraising effort and purchase your spring flowers and Mother’s Day gifts from the flyer that was sent home with your child.
Your PAC Executive Team (Jaime, Taryn and Allyson)
IMAGES FROM LAST WEEK
IMPORTANT DATES FOR 2017
28 – Last scheduled day of Running Club (but will be extended into May due to weather)
5 – Non-Instructional Day – Classes not in session for students
11-12 – Fine 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
16 – Sports Day
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