Sports Day has been rescheduled from Friday, June 16th to Monday, June 19th due to uncertain weather.
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- SPORTS DAY – FRIDAY, JUNE 16th
- IMPORTANT INFO. & UPCOMING EVENTS
- PAC NEWS
- MAY/EARLY JUNE ASSEMBLY & SLIDESHOW
- IMAGES FROM THE WEEK
Friday, June 16th will be Sports Day at Cambridge Elementary. Each student has been assigned a Sports Day Team Colour (Red, Blue, Black, White) Our theme this year is Canada 150 and our colour teams have an animal of importance from First Nations culture- Red Thunderbirds, Blue Herons, Black Orcas and White Spirit Bears. If you are unsure of your child’s colour, please contact your child’s teacher.
Students should dress in as much of their house colours as possible, and should dress appropriately for the weather and activities. Students should wear running shoes, hats, and have sunscreen on. All students should have a water bottle labeled with their name.
If it is raining on June 16th, the rain out day will be on Monday, June 19th. Please check Cambridge website at http://www.cambridgelearns.com for the most up to date information.
Sports Day Schedule
8:33– Students to class for attendance and name tags (Kindergarten to Grade 7)
8:50– Classes called to gym for team spirit building headed by Ms. Vogstad & Ms. Sharda
9:20-Students will then be led out to their starting stations, beginning with our primary group who follow their sign out to the stations.
9:30-12:00– Students in K-4 will rotate through the stations on the far (West) side of the field. Feel free to follow your child through the station rotations. Please do not take your child anywhere without informing the supervising teacher. Thank you. Students in Grades 5-7 will rotate through their activities on the grass & gravel fields, the sport courts and the gym.
10:30-10:45– All students will break at the same time at the station they are presently competing at (freezies will be given to the students at this time).
12:00-12:55– Lunch- you can eat with your children in their classrooms or have a picnic outside (please make sure all garbage is cleaned up).
12:55-Students return to class for afternoon attendance
1:00-Classes proceed to meeting place for afternoon activities. Students will sit in their House Teams.
1:00-Preschool Race Tug Of War/Parachute Grounds Clean up
2:00-Students return to their class for clean up
LOST & FOUND ITEMS
Our LOST & FOUND bins are overflowing with jackets, shirts, shorts, pants, gloves, hats, water bottles, and many other items. All items are on display for the week along the halls in the primary open area. Please walk past the numerous items with your child one day after school. All unclaimed items will be donated after June 16th. See if you can spot anything that belongs to your family in the following video.
Surrey School District Calendar – 2017/2018
Our school calendar for 2017/18 will be finalized and published for you by the end of this week. If you have not seen the Surrey District calendar for next year yet, here are all of the important dates:
• Friday June 16 is Sports Day and the PAC will have a concession stand set up selling juice, pop, chips, ring pops, and candy bags. If you are able to volunteer for an hour to help sell treats please email the PAC at firstname.lastname@example.org
• Thank you to all parents who came out to the PAC AGM on June 6th. The meeting minutes will be posted on cambridgepac.hotlunches.net this week. The PAC Executive Board is excited to welcome Miriam Pennington as the new Secretary. She joins Jaime Glavin who will continue to serve as Principal, Allyson Hockin who will continue to serve as Vice President and Taryn German who will continue to serve as Treasurer.
• Thank you to everyone who donated baking or sent $ with your child for the Bake Sale on May 23. The sale raised $865.60. Thank you to our volunteers who came to sell the goodies.
Your PAC Exec team (Jaime, Allyson, Taryn)
Last Thursday, we had our May/Early June assembly where the Ultimate sports team, the Track & Field team, and a very special student in grade 2, who did an amazing job of fundraising for the BC Children’s Hospital, were all recognized. In addition, Ms. Vogstad talked about the importance of finishing the school year on a positive note by focusing on three key points:
- Getting to school on time and staying super organized
- Staying positive and solving conflicts in peaceful, mindful ways
- Keep our minds on LEARNING right through the last day of school
District Track & Field Meet
RCMP vs Grade 7 Students Basketball Game
28 – Year End assembly & Gr.7 band concert
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