I have emailed everyone the letter from Mr. Petrucci but I am also including it on our website regarding the announcements from our provincial leaders.
We knew you wouldn’t see the hearts in the windows but we wanted to let you know how much we miss you! Stay safe and we hope to see you before the end of the year. I think we chose the windiest day to put these up.
The organizers of lacrosse were impressed with the level of skill our students showed during the demonstrations for the Grades 3-9 classes last Friday!
“Free drop in/try it sessions will begin March 10th at the Kids Arena Fieldhouse. Players will need a helmet with a cage and gloves; we have sticks to borrow if needed.
*if you are not a currently registered player, parents will need to fill out a waiver prior to going on the floor.
March 10 4:30-5:30 Mini Tyke/Tykes/Novice5:30-6:30 Peewee/Bantam/Midget
March 117:30-9:30 Peewee/Bantam/Midget
March 12 4:30-5:30 Mini tyke/Tykes/Novice5:30-6:30 Peewee/Bantam/Midget
March 136:00-7:00 Mini Tyke/Tyke/Novice7:00-8:00 Peewee/Bantam/Midget
Age Group – Birth YearMidget – 2004/2005Bantam – 2006/2007Peewee – 2008/2009Novice – 2010/2011Tyke – 2012/2013 . Mini Tyke – 2014/2015
Any Questions, parents can email me any time . firstname.lastname@example.org
“After David and Travis’ act of kindness in 2007, CKNW was inspired to help other youth affected by bullying, with many staff members wearing pink shirts and collecting funds to support Boys and Girls Clubs. Since then, the idea has only grown each year, with worldwide support and participation. Countries across the globe are now organizing anti-bullying fundraisers of their own, including Japan, New Zealand, China, Panama, and numerous others. In fact, last year alone, people in almost 180 countries shared their support of Pink Shirt Day through social media posts and donations.” from pinkshirtday.ca
On February 26, 2020, we encourage everyone to practice kindness and wear pink to symbolize that you do not tolerate bullying.
Thank you to the PAC for supporting our guest instructor, Mrs. Bowyer to come to Clearview to share some of her expertise with us. The students and staff learned some great new drawing and relaxing strategies for themselves and for students.
We are hoping for the weather to cooperate tomorrow for our assembly.