Updated: June 26 – 30 Last Week of School


Please Take a Moment and Vote on our School Slogan: Parent Slogan Survey 

Use the link below to access the survey.  your response will help us determine the slogan that can best represent our school.


Food Services will be closed this week

Please note that all our lunch programs are finished. There will be no pizza or sub lunches next week. Also, farmer’s market will be closed. Please make sure that you pack your child both a snack as well as a lunch.

Last Call for Lost and Found

Lost and found will be packed away by Wednesday June 28th. All items remaining will be donated.

June 27: Celebrating Canada 150, Outdoor Activities

On Tuesday, June 27th, students in grades 1-8 will be participating in a celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday. They will be outdoors during the day. Please have your child dressed appropriately for the weather including a hat, sunscreen, and running shoes. Students are encouraged to dress in red and white to show their Canadian pride.

Thursday June 29: Early Dismissal at 12:10

All schools in the York Region District School Board are committed to improving student achievement and well-being.  On Thursday, June 29, 2017, an early release day will take place to allow elementary teachers and support staff to take part in meetings during the afternoon of that day.  These meetings will allow for school staff to engage in culminating activities regarding the review and revision of the School’s Improvement Plan as well as year-end and transition activities that support student success.

As has been our practice in the past, students will attend school during the morning of Thursday, June 29, 2017 only.  Students will be dismissed early that day at 12:10pm.  Arrangements will be made to ensure that students who are normally bused to and from school will receive transportation at this time.  Parents/guardians whose children attend after school child care should make appropriate arrangements to address this change in schedule.

Fun Fair Unclaimed Prizes!

We have two unclaimed prizes from the Family Fun Fair with the following ticket numbers: 3659087 and 3657935. Last chance to claim the prize is Thursday 12:10pm (end of day dismissal).


York Region Public Health: 2017/18 Immunizations

In the 2017/18 school year, York Region Public Health will visit all  elementary schools to provide school immunization clinics to Grade 7 students. The clinics offer vaccines for Hepatitis B, Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and Meningococcal A, C, Y, W-135 at no cost.

Under the Immunization of School Pupils Act, meningococcal vaccine is required for school attendance, unless an exemption is filed with public health. Hepatitis B and HPV vaccines are recommended, but not required for school attendance.

Parents of students entering Grade 7 in fall 2017 will receive consent forms in the mail in June. Please complete the consent form and return it to York Region Public Health to allow your child to participate in the immunization clinics. Detailed instructions can be found on the forms and accompanying letter. If the consent form is not completed, your child will not be able to receive vaccines at the clinic.

Parents and guardians who do not consent should still complete the forms and return them, indicating that you do not authorize York Region Public Health to immunize your child.

Visit york.ca/immunizations and click on School Immunization Clinics for more information.

Did you know? If your child has missed a required vaccination on Ontario’s routine immunization schedule, he/she can receive the vaccine at one of York Region Public Health’s Community Immunization Clinics. These evening clinics are offered throughout the summer, giving students the opportunity to catch up before returning to school. Visit york.ca/immunizations and select Community Immunization Clinics to learn more.