Sunday, 19 June 2016

June 20 - 24


Well, this is the last week of grade one! This year has gone by so fast, I don't feel ready for it to end!

We have many things happening this week:

Monday is Video and popcorn day, please remember to send popcorn and water with your child.

Tuesday is watermelon day and clean up day.

Wednesday is Mass at 9:00 please drop your child off at St. Martha’s Church.  All are welcome to attend. Final Assembly at 10:35am. Year End BBQ for all families at 6:00pm

Thursday is Sport’s Day- please be sure to dress for the weather, wear your team colour, bring a water bottle, wear sunscreen and running shoes!Free hot dog lunch for students sponsored by Parent Council.

Friday we watch the Mission Video at 9:30am.
Dismissal at 11:00am.

Things to remember:
June 21 - Aboriginal Day
June 22 - Closing Mass at St. Martha's Church @ 9:00 am
June 22 - Family BBQ @ 6:00 pm
Jun 23 - Sports Day/Team Colour Day/Parent Council Hot Lunch
Jun 24 - Last day of school for students.  Dismissal is at 11:00 am.

Dear Parents,

I give you back your children, the same children you

confidently entrusted to my care last fall. I give

them back kilograms heavier, centimeters taller, months

wiser, more responsible, and more mature than they

were back then.

Although they would have attained their growth in

spite of me, it has been my pleasure and privilege

to watch their personality unfold day by day and

marvel at this splendid miracle of development.

I give them back reluctantly, for having spent

ten months together in the narrow confines of a

crowded classroom, we have grown close, have

become a part of each other, and we shall

always retain a little bit of each other.

We have lived, loved, laughed, played, sang,

learned, and enriched our lives together this year.

I wish it could go on indefinitely, but give them

back I must. I know you will take care of them, for they

are precious.

Remember that I shall always be interested in

your children and their destiny, wherever they go,

whatever they do, whoever they become. Their joys

and sorrows I’ll be honoured to share.

I shall carry special memories of them with me always.


Mrs.  Beaudin

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