Santa’s Workshop was a huge success. Thank you to EVERYONE for your generosity in sending in items for our students to choose from, wrap and take home to their families. It was a very magical moment for me to see the joy that this event brought to our students. A big thank you to Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. DaCosta, our grade 5 students as well as our amazing volunteers for making this happen.
We had a great assembly Monday about our Pawsitive referrals. During the assembly, I challenged the students to say positive comments and use kind words. I told them that they are in charge of the feeling in our school.
Please ask your child(ren) 3 kind things they have said this week.
“The Kid’s Christmas Collection”: Together Fort Christian & Fort Elementary will collect items for our local Food Bank. We will be collecting items from Dec. 10 – 14.
Our focus will be on snack food items for kids at Christmas
The focus can be on school snacks:
Fruit Cups, Peanut-free Granola Bars, Nut-free Cookie packages, Pudding Cups, Cracker packages, Cookies, Wagon Wheels, Breakfast/Cereal Bars, Tuna and cracker packs ...etc.
Have a great weekend ~Jessica
December 10-16, 2018
- We will be accepting donations to the food bank all week
- Jim and Jessica away interviewing all day. Ms. Germaine covering the office
- Kindergarten concert 6:30 pm start (doors open at 6 pm)
- Saffron presentation about boundaries am
- Jessica at leadership am
- Staff at Readers/Writers workshop pm
- Hot lunch *Subway*
- Due date to apply to Waive School Fees https://www.eips.ca/schools/fees/waiver-of-fees
Upcoming Dates and Information
Dec 17 RHJ coming to Carol Sing at 1 pm
Dec 18 Elder Wilson visiting
Jr. ATB banking
Dec 19 Ugly Christmas sweater day
Dec 20 Winter Celebration Fun Night for Families
Dec 21 PJ and cookie day
Last day before Christmas break
Jan 7 School resumes after the break
Jan 9 Early Out
Jan 11 ALL ski trip money and forms MUST be in before January 11. NO late orders will be accepted
Jan 24 Ski trip * reminder that all accounts must be in good standing in order for students to participate