Students will be planting trees and shrubs at the PV Wetlands on Friday April 22! The Lorax will be at school in the morning and joining some classes at the site to do the planting. In addtion, some classes will be doing community garbage pick up. As well, every student will receive a tree plug to take home and plant. We are focusing on building hope and taking positive action. Planting trees is one of the best things we can do for the environment.
Our Camo Cougars painted rocks to look like eggs and placed them on pathways in the community on Thursday, April 14! We are proud of our students for making our community a better place to be! A huge thank you to Michelle Howe for leading the project!
Hello all! Len Wood is once again participating in the Growing Smiles Spring Plants Fundraising Program. All profits will go DIRECTLY to the student who is selling the items. All orders must be submitted either online or on the order form on April 26th with funds included. The pickup date is Friday May 13th from 2:30-5:30 at the school.
Welcome back from Spring Break on Monday, April 4! Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday.
Just a reminder that when we all come back to school that the mask mandate has ended. SD83 is a “mask friendly” school district. You can wear a mask if you choose.
Please continue with the daily health checks and stay home if you are ill. Also, regular hand washing and sanitizing should continue. For those who choose to wear a mask, medical grade masks continue to be available for students and staff.
If you really enjoyed your time off don’t fear, there are two more school holidays on the horizon. Good Friday is on April 15 and Easter Monday is April 18.
Important federal information for those who travelled internationally over Spring Break
If you and your family travelled outside Canada over Spring Break there are important federal requirements to be aware of. This includes that for 14 days following entry into Canada, travellers must:
- properly wear a well-constructed and well-fitting mask when in public spaces, both indoors and outdoors. This includes schools and day-cares.
Some federal rules after entering Canada are different from the provincial or territorial rules. In this case, you must follow the stricter rules.
For more information: Federal requirements for out of country travellers