Friday, 29 September 2017
Wednesday, 27 September 2017
Partner work in Grade 7 mathematics
Learning about local government. We like LaSalle’s new transit system.
How does that affect our taxes?
Grade four students are discussing what make us the same or different.
How does this reality affect our friendships?
Tuesday, 26 September 2017
Monday, 18 September 2017
September 2017 – Welcome back to school!
· While it may feel like summer is over, that doesn’t mean the sunshine has left. The sunshine brings UV rays which can cause harm to our skin. Using a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 on any exposed skin can help keep you safe. It’s also a good idea to wear a hat when out in the sun to keep your face and neck protected. Remember – no matter how hot or cool it is outside, there are still UV rays!
· Keep stress levels down by staying ahead of schedule. School work, tests, and even friend and family requests can add up quickly and cause stress in children. Help teach kids to plan ahead for their week to avoid feeling stressed at the last minute. Create a weekly “agenda” that shows their school work, sports, and other activities so it’s easy to see how time needs to be managed. Teaching children these skills will help them throughout life.
· Children learn and perform better at school when they eat a healthy breakfast and lunch. Here are some tips for packing a healthy lunch:
- Change it up from sandwiches by using a wide mouth thermos to give them leftover of chili, soup, pasta, or stew.
- Make small wraps with a protein, vegetables, and salad dressing, or make mini-pizzas on an English muffin.
- Lunchables are not healthy. Make your own version with finger foods like crackers and cheese, small pieces of fruit, and meat cut into small circles and squares.
- Instead of bread, use small pita pockets, dinner rolls, breadsticks, or round Melba toast.Vaccines keep our children and community healthy! The Immunization of School Pupils Act (ISPA) R.S.O. 1990 is a law in Ontario that makes sure all school-aged students are protected from avoidable diseases. The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is working with you, your school board, and community healthcare providers to make sure that your child’s permanent immunization record is up-to-date. Learn more about how you can update your child’s immunization record at https://www.wechu.org/immunization-record/school-immunization-qa
Friday, 15 September 2017
Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Take a peak at how Kiss N' Ride works. Rain or shine, parents receive students in a safe location to assist in creating an easy morning routine.
Thank-you to our FABULOUS parents and students that have been assisting our school families!
We need parent volunteers to assist with this worthwhile service. Please print the form posted below and return it to the school if you are interested in helping us out!
Tuesday, 12 September 2017
Monday, 11 September 2017
Tuesday, 5 September 2017
Kiss n' Ride will begin Monday, September 11th.
Our KISS ‘N RIDE DROP-OFF Program located on Divine Street (near the church).
The drop-off program runs from 8:10-8:25 every morning rain or shine.
The KISS ‘N RIDE allows parents to drive through a marked safe arrival zone and our volunteers will ensure the safe entry into our schoolyard for your child.