I Love To Read Month

I Love to Read month is an opportunity in our school to reinforce the importance of, and the inherent joy that comes with reading. Being able to “read to learn” is the ultimate goal of early-years education. As a school we used this month to involve our students in fun and engaging activities that promoted literacy. Theme: Olympics Slogan: Read for Gold Here is a summary of the events our students took part in over the past month: Book Bracket… Read More

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Skating Day

On January 30th and 31st, all of our students had the opportunity to go ice skating at the local outdoor rink! We were blessed with warm weather, and the ice held up for us thankfully. It was great to see our beginning skaters learn the progressions to become independent on the ice. Our proficient skaters were very helpful when it came to giving advise and encouragement. Ice Skating is a relatively inexpensive way to stay active during the winter months. … Read More

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Holiday Spirit Week

Get ready for our Holiday Spirit Week that is starting on December 18th!! We have split our students into 7 House Teams and will be taking part in a number of fun activities and challenges throughout the week: Monday  – “Hoping for a Snow Day” – wear white or your favourite jersey. We will be taking part in some Holiday Trivia on this day as well. Tuesday – “You’re a mean one Mr.Grinch” – wear green and/or red. We will… Read More

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New play structure

After much anticipation, our new play structure was opened for student and community use on September 25th. Click here for a written summary on this school improvement project.  A link to a photo gallery is located at the end of the write-up.

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Open House

Thank you to the many families who made it out for Open House event on September 6th. It was great to see so many students and parents in the building again!  We appreciate you taking the time out of your busy schedules to come to the school in an effort to get the school year started on the right foot.

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Jump Rope for Heart

On Friday May 6th we had our Jump Rope for Heart event in the gymnasium.  Our students came down in 3 “waves” with about 40 students taking part in each time slot.  The students rotated through 6 jumping stations: an obstacle course, hula hoop skipping, solo skipping, group skipping, “helicopter”, and the popular limbo contest.  Our students got a great workout and staff were impressed by the effort, and abilities shown by our students. All of our students shared a… Read More

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PAC Playground 50/50 fundraiser

In an effort to help raise funds for our playground upgrades, our PAC is organizing a 50/50 draw. All families have been sent home with 1 booklet of 8 tickets. Additional tickets can be requested by contacting the office. Tickets, and money are due back to the school by April 15th. When selling these tickets we encourage all students to be supervised by and adult, and to be following all the required COVID-19 public health guidelines. Thank you in advance… Read More

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Farewell to the old Woodlands School building

The old Woodlands School building, built in 1975, is being torn down.  Demolition is happening quickly, and we anticipate the majority of the structure will be removed by the end of March. Now the question is…..what can we do with this new found space? A walking trail? More play-structures? A nature playground? Additional green space? Trees? The parent-council and the school are in the early stages of planning how to transform this space for our students and greater community.  We… Read More

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