PAC will be closing MunchaLunch for ordering as of Monday June 10th! What does this mean? There will be no ability to place any more orders for the remainder of the school year as of June 10th Why is it being closed?? Our Lunch Chair needs time to go through and deal with the Balances and Credits on parents accounts before the end of June. What if I OWE money? We will be emailing all parents who have a balance owing on their account the week of June 10th. We would appreciate if you could check your … Continue reading MunchaLunch Closing June 10th! – Dealing with Balances and Credits
Dear Parents, Come to school early tomorrow with your entire family to take part in Car Free Morning. Ortona Road will be closed for vehicular access. The street will be transformed into a family-friendly festival. We have a ton of fun planned for you including: a magician, bike decoration and tune-ups, face painting and other fun hands-on activities. While you are at it, be sure to check out the fire truck and say help to a RCMP officer. Walking School buses will depart early tomorrow to bring kids to school in time for the Car Free Morning: 8:00 AM: Wesbrook … Continue reading Message from UNA about Car Free Day Activities
1. Parent Ed Talk at WCC Opportunity: – A reminder about the Parent Ed Talk for Grade 7/8 (Grade 6 parents welcome as well) parents happening Thursday May 30th at Wesbrook Community Centre. Pre Registration is highly recommended as space is limited!:– Topic: What puts kids at risk for mental illness as they transition to high school? Understand & Help the Transition to High School – 15951 Description: Do you have a child who will be making the transition to high school in the next few years? Ellen Jopling, a graduate researcher at UBC, will be speaking about what worries kids when transitioning to … Continue reading Parent Ed Talk / Car Free Day / Staff Appreciation Lunch / a couple minor date changes to June school activities
Walk n Roll Week: – Big reminder that on Friday, Ortona Road will be closed to all traffic! Parent Ed Talk at WCC Opportunity: – This Thursday Wesbrook Community Centre will be hosting a Parent Ed Talk for Grade 7/8 (Grade 6 parents welcome as well) parents: – Topic: What puts kids at risk for mental illness as they transition to high school? Understand & Help the Transition to High School – 15951 Description: Do you have a child who will be making the transition to high school in the next few years? Ellen Jopling, a graduate researcher at UBC, will be speaking about … Continue reading A few reminders about the week ahead
Here is a message from Adrienne regarding library book return: We’ve had a wonderful year and 38,434 books have been circulated! Please note the following: All books are due June 3rd Please return all library books before or on June 3rd for inventory. Please help get every book back into the Learning Commons by cleaning up your cubbies, lockers, and looking in the corners and cupboards in your learning community. Help out your classmates and teachers and work at a team to scavenge for books! Sometimes they end up in strange places – look under shelves and in nooks and … Continue reading Message about book return / Info on Walk n Roll week…
I have been collaborating with Wesbrook Comminity Centre as they put together a great Parent Ed Talk. We would like to invite all grade 7/8 as well as Grade 6 parents to come and take advantage of this opportunity. Here are the details: Topic: What puts kids at risk for mental illness as they transition to high school? Understand & Help the Transition to High School – 15951 Description: Do you have a child who will be making the transition to high school in the next few years? Ellen Jopling, a graduate researcher at UBC, will be speaking about what worries kids … Continue reading Gr. 6-8 Parent Ed Talk on Mental Health and Transition / Staff Appreciation Lunch/ June Newsletter/ PAC Minutes
I wish to thank all of you who came and enjoyed Spring Fair yesterday. We were so lucky to have amazing weather! My biggest and heartfelt thanks to all the amazing parents who volunteered throughout the Fair. Not only did you come help but we also had amazing volunteers from Grade 6, 8 and even some NRP graduates now in Grade 9! I think the biggest thank you however needs to go to the Spring Fair Committee: Arthur Louie, Jennifer Figarski, Sharon Yu, Kelli Kadokawa, Henry Mao, Fei Liu, Helena Carneiro, and Fariba Hafezi. Thanks also to Marcio Cavalcanti De … Continue reading A Wonderful Spring Fair!
Please see attachment for a map of Spring Fair. We will have maps posted around the school grounds this afternoon as well. MAP_of_the_SpringFair Continue reading Map to Spring Fair!
Wow! Spring Fair is here! Hope everyone is excited as we are! Before I pass a couple things on about Spring Fair I want to remind all parents who order lunch for their child that SUSHI SUSHI (Tuesday and Thursday lunch providers) IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE! We have cancelled those lunches and have sent out numerous reminders however, there are still kids coming to the office on Tuesdays and Thursdays saying they have no food but usually would have Sushi. Please check your orders and either re-order from Calhoun`s or remember to send a packed lunch. We do not like … Continue reading Last minute reminders for Spring Fair
Before I send the final information about Spring Fair I wanted to say a huge thank you to all the NRP staff that organized the Terry Fox Run this year. It was so fun! Of course I also wish to pass on my sincere thanks to all the amazing parents who came to cut oranges (so sorry about my miscalculation) and those who stood along the running routes making sure all our kids were safe. You all helped make this a great day for all the NRP kids! Thank you so much. Spring Fair: 1. Parking Lot – It will … Continue reading Final countdown to Spring Fair