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Our Primary Concert is tonight! We are excited to present a variety of songs, dances and musical experiences with our audience.
Afternoon Performance: 2:15 pm – Doors open at 2:00 pm
Evening Performance: 7:00 pm – Doors open at 6:30 pm
Tickets for the eveing concert are SOLD OUT.
We still have a few more tickets for the afternoon performance.
Please remember to bring your tickets to both the afternoon and evening concert as they will be collected at the door.
Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities and the Hockey Canada Foundation are committing to get 30,000 kids in the game of hockey over the next three years. Parents who qualify for financial assistance are invited to apply online at jumpstart.canadiantire.ca for up to $500/child in funding through The Big Play to help their child, or children, participate in a hockey program offered at a hockey league or association that is registered with Hockey Canada.
June 6, 2015 is National Horse Day, as declared by Equine Canada, and in celebration Dreamwinds Equine Assisted Learning Centre in Bradford, Ontario is opening its doors to allow the public to get up close and personal with the world of horses. Activities will include breed and riding demonstrations, an interactive education centre featuring horse care and management, as well as the opportunity to experience the Equine Assisted Learning Programs and discover first hand how horses are used to teach leadership, teamwork and life skills to people of all ages. There will be food and fun for all with a charity BBQ and proceeds going to the Bradford Terry Fox Run, of which our Clydesdale Jimmy is the official mascot!
For more information, contact Dreamwinds Equine Assisted Learning Centre at 289-231-6775
Safe Schools Reporting Tool The SCDSB has developed a new online Safe Schools Reporting Tool and we’re excited to be one of four pilot schools! Beginning in May, this tool will be available on our website homepage.
Students and parents can use this tool to submit a report online if they witness a student engaged in inappropriate behaviour such as bullying, drug use or vandalism. Students are still encouraged to speak to a trusted adult at school or home if they have any concerns. This form isn’t a substitute for having a discussion with your teacher or principal, but provides another avenue to start that conversation.
Student safety and well-being is always our top priority.
For more information please contact us or visit http://scdsb.on.ca/ReportAnIncident.
Get the whole family active this spring with some great games.
CCPS has fun bags with activities that can be signed out on a weekly basis.
Bags can be signed out on Friday’s and must be returned by the following Thursday. Bags need to be picked up at the school.
Sign up can be done through the following links:
Liven up family fun day activities with this extra-fun set. Set includes: 12 Cone Hurdle Bars; 1 Pizza Toss Set (6-piece set); 12 Colored Rubber Chickens; 4′ Parasheets™ (2 total); 8″ Stack Cones (24 cones); 6 Wooden Eggs and Spoons; 1 Rubber Horseshoe Set; 12 Potato Sacks; 9′ Beaded Jump Ropes (12 ropes).
Fast, active, fun games that requires running, passing, strategy and teamwork. The games revolve around a three-sided pyramid where players throw a ball at the pyramid; other players catch the rebounded ball and then run, pass and strategize in a variety of fun activities.
Ideal for use with many styles of balls and beanbags.
Pickle Ball and Ping Pong combine in this simple, fun paddle game.
Bring it anywhere—ready-to-play, high-energy fun! In this fast-paced, interactive game two teams take turns throwing and deflecting the disc as they try to score points by hitting or entering their respective goal.
Just a reminder to students and parents that the After School Numeracy Program starts on Tuesday, March 31st. The program will run Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45pm to 5:15pm. We look forward to seeing you then!
Bonjour tout le monde !
The French Club has started and will be meeting at least once every week. Mme Danks will speak in French while supporting students to understand and speak in a relaxed and low key environment. We will be playing games, and having conversations while listening to French music.
Grades 6-8 students who wish to have more exposure to the French language are encouraged to come out.
Students should listen to morning announcements for days and times that we will be meeting. Any questions can be directed to Mme Danks at email@example.com
The following is an update of the upcoming games and the tournament:
Exhibition Game #1 – Wednesday, March 11 vs. Baxter Central PS at 7:30 a.m. in the Thornton Arena
Exhibition Game #2 – Tuesday, march 24 vs. Baxter Central PS at 7:30 a.m. in the Thornton Arena
We have been placed in two different divisions based on our respective rosters. Each team will play a round robin format with the other two teams in their group. The top team from each group will make it to a semi-final game and possibly a championship game for each division. These semi-final and final games will take place on a different day. Our schedules for the tournament games are as follows:
Thursday, March 26 at 10:30 vs. Goodfellow @ Bradford Leisure Centre (Green)
Thursday, March 26 at 11:30 vs. W.H. Day #2 @ Bradford Leisure Centre (Green)
Tuesday, March 31 at 9:00 vs. Ernst Cumberland #2 @ Holly Rec. Centre Rink #1 Barrie
Tuesday, March 31 at 11:00 vs. Monsignor Ronin @ Holly Rec. Centre Rink #1 Barrie
If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Brett or Mrs. Rix.