Newsletter November 2015

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Newsletter November 2015
St. Martha
School
November 2015
Issue 1
Principal’s Message
Dear St. Martha Family,
It is difficult to believe that we are already in November and that the cold weather is upon us. The
past several weeks have been very busy and wonderfully productive at our school. We have had so
many involved parents come in to volunteer and we want to thank you all for your hard work and
continued dedication!
As we all know, there will be more cold weather to come and it reminds us that “ Old Man Winter” is
here. Please ensure that your children are dressed properly for the colder weather and have a coat,
ski pants, hat and mittens.
We will continue to enjoy outdoor recess whenever possible (up to -20) to allow students to get fresh air and exercise.
In past years the snowfall has also been quite heavy and visibility has, at some times, been rather limited. Please
remember to drive safely, use proper crosswalks, and remain in your vehicle when using the “drop off zones”. Also,
please make certain that your child has reflective clothing on.
Finally, congratulations to our grade four students who recently participated in a very meaningful BIBLE celebration
with our parish. We look forward to the continued positive relationship between home, school, and parish.
We will continue to work together to make our St. Martha Family School the very BEST that can be.
Ms. Miller and Mr. Park
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Eagles Walk in Closet
WHEN: Wednesday, November 3 and 4th
TIME: 4:00pm to 6:00pm
WHERE: The Front Entrance of Our School
WHAT: We Will be hosting a WINTER OUTER
WEAR PROGRAM
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As you are aware, we are
currently unable to offer
out of school care.
Therefore, it is imperative
that your child is picked
up on time afterschool.
Supervision is provided
until 3:00 pm, however,
after that time safety
becomes a factor.
By Law would like us to remind parents to please
only park in designated areas!
Everyone wants the same thing let’s work
together to keep our children safe!
Please note that we are a nut-restricted school as we have students
with severe nut allergies. Please be diligent in ensuring your student’s lunch
does not contain nuts.
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November 2015
Announcements
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Mon.
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Tues.
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Wed.
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Thurs.
Fri.
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6
Picture
day
retakes!
NO
SCHOOL
Sat.
7
9-10:30am
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15
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16
10
11
Liturgy at
8:30am
hosted by
grade 6
NO
SCHOOL
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Parent
teacher
Interviews
5-8pm
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12
25
14
Report
cards go
home
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NO
SCHOOL
Parent
teacher
interviews
3:30-6:30pm
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13
Office is
closed
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Success
Assembly
@ 2:05pm
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Grade One
William Woodford
Elina Biggs
Breanna Loveless
Krystina Macphee
Simon Keats
Brooklynn Rose
Niklaas Johnson
Madden Dumais
Sophia Fudge
Maddox Downtown-Oake
Kenzie Theriault
Ethan Riffell
Grade Two
Haydn Brechin
Charlie McAteer
Berlin Parra Ramirez
Krysten Scott
Angelina DeMaere-Lagunas
Tanner Roberts
Laura Conejar
Jonah Desjarlais
Ethan Feener
Gianna Valverde
John Hoium
Devin Hiscock
Gavin Arsenault
Grade Three
Santiago Segovia
Gabriella Valverde
April Cross
Gabriel Morisette
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Hannah Reid
T.J Fougere
Madison Power
Reanne Monteio
Nathan Cramm
Kayden Ash
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Library News for September and October
Welcome back to our library programming. I look forward to reading
to and with your children.
Library Stars – Awarded to students each week based on Being Quiet
in the Library, Treating the Books gently putting them back straight,
and remembering their Library Books. Each student chosen receives a
library star bookmark, their star hangs on the wall in the library
and they get to sit in the library star chairs during library time.
Grades 4 to 6 work on a team effort for Library Stars. They
receive/lose points for being quiet, being tidy, and remembering their
library books. In September 5B won an extra time in the Library as
their reward. They could read, play board games and do crafts.
All Classes have a chance of winning an extra time in the library,
even our little EEPers.
September Contests – Congratulations to Hannah in 3G – She won the
Minion Watch in our Back to the Library Contest
Congratulations to Maria in 2B – She won the $25 gift certificate to
Coles for our Summer Reading Program Contest.
There are regular contests on Scholastic Canada. Parents and
students can go on to the website and pull the information that they
need. We introduce them to the students and can send their entries in
from here. We will also have occasional contests through the Library.
---------------------------------------------------------Watch for our Book Fair later this month
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