This is a reminder that our first PAC Parent Reading Group for this year is coming up on Friday Jan. 26 @ 10:15am in the Learning Commons (Library). Below is the announcement which went out on the January Newsletter. New! *NRP Parent Reading Group* All parents welcome! When: Friday, January 26, 2018, 10:15 – 11:15 AM Where: The Nest, NRP Learning Commons (up the stairs) Are you interested in exploring the vast world of children’s literature with other parents? Our new Parent Reading Group will sample books that parents can enjoy reading on their own and with their child(ren). Each session will feature discussion of 1 to 3 books … Continue reading Parent Reading Group – Friday @ 10:15am
Please join us on Friday for the first Parent Conversation Group in 2018. Time: Jan. 12, 9-10am Location: The Learning Commons (Library) Topic: Ready for Progress Reports? Parent Conversation Group is an informal, parent to parent conversation opportunity, we will have different topics to discuss each month, hope to see a lot of you there on Friday. Continue reading Parent Conversation Group – this Friday!
Mark your calendar! PAC Parent Education Committee has set up the dates and topics for the Parent Conversation Group for 2018. All sessions will be held on Fridays from 9:00 – 10:00am in the Learning Commons (AKA: school library). Come and have a conversation with other parents on the following topics: January 12: Ready for Progress Reports? February 2: Focus on Bullying (Pink Shirt Day is Feb. 28) March 2: Digital Literacy & Online Safety April 6: Managing Peer Pressure May 4: Mental Health Issues & Resources June 1: Talking about Drugs & Alcohol Continue reading Parent Conversation Group Schedule 2018
The NRP Parent Conversation Group is back! Date: Friday, November 24, 2017 Time: 9:00 – 10:00 AM Location: NRP Learning Commons Topic: “What did you do at school today?” (or, Strengthening Parent-Child Communication) Talking with our children is an important way to find out what and how they are learning in school. Do you have questions about how to engage your child in meaningful conversations about school? Or do you have suggestions for fellow parents based on your own experience? All parents are welcome to come share their concerns and ideas. Continue reading Parent Conversation Group is back!
“Breaking the Myths & Presenting the Latest Facts on Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder”, please click on the link below to find out more. ADHD Parent Info. Night Continue reading Upcoming ADHD Parent Info. Night – Nov. 22
Vancouver Coastal Health, the Vancouver School Board, and Vancouver Police are leading a community information and discussion forum on Nov. 28. Anyone who is interested, please click on the flyer below for more information. Learn About Fentanyl Continue reading Parent Info Night by VSB – Learn About Fentanyl
There are two upcoming meetings host by Parent Education Committee and Social Events Committee. All parents are invited to join the discussion. Parent Education Committee: Friday, Oct. 6 @ 9:00am (Learning Commons) – initial planning meeting, topics include: feedbacks from curriculum discussion at last PAC Meeting, parent education topics and various formats for parent education activities. Social Event Committee: Wednesday, Oct. 11 @ 9:00am (Corridor) – to discuss event planning for staff appreciation lunch, multicultural day and spring fair. If you’d like to join the committees, please email email@example.com. We’d love to hear your inputs! Continue reading You are invited!
Please see below the message from the school sent out today. Please remember to call or use the app for absenct kids!: If your child is absent or late you must contact the school via phone (604) 713-5950 or App. Today we have an inordinate amount of families that have not phoned the school to report an absence. By not doing so, our office staff is spending way too long making calls only to find out that parents have neglected to contact the school. Away = phone school Late = sign in at the office Thank you. Also, tomorrow is … Continue reading Msg. From School/AGM and Curriculum talk tomorrow