We are only a week away from our SCC raffle draw. The tickets and money all need to be returned by Thursday, April 30th. The draw will be made at the end of that school day. If you would like to purchase a ticket, please come to the school office.
Our play Alice will be performed at the Mae Wilson Theatre on Wednesday, April 29th at 7 pm. Tickets are now available to purchase at the school office for five dollars.
Our Grade 4 class led our morning assembly with a play about what Jesus did when people were bullied. Then Bailey and Cassidy, two members of our SALT team used a tube of toothpaste and had Mark squeeze all of the toothpaste out and then had him try to put the toothpaste back in the tube. This demonstration was to remind us that our words cannot be taken back completely. Be careful how you speak to people and also what you put on social media.
We are having a Smarties Math Night for children and their parents on Tuesday,
March 31st from 7-8 pm. This is for students in Grades 4-8. Come and do Math with your child and enjoy a Sundae.
Ticket booklets have been sent home with students to sell. When you have finished selling your tickets please send in the tickets and money. This is an SCC initiative to raise money for new playground equipment.
Ballots have been sent home with students to fill out when they have read their required minutes for their grade level. Return ballots as soon as you have them filled out as we make drawers at every Monday morning assembly. We will draw for two bikes on Thursday, April 2nd.
Momnipotent: A Mom and Tots program will be held in the basement of St. Joseph’s Church beginning Feb.4th. Moms will be meeting every Wednesday for eight weeks, between 9:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Finding peace and joy in motherhood will be among the topics discussed. There will be plenty of time for socializing.
Moms with babies will be encouraged to keep their babies with them. For toddlers, there will be babysitting available and planned activities will be offered. You will be asked to bring a nut-free snack for your toddler.
Please come and join us. There is no cost for this. It will be a good way to spend time with other moms and help shake off those cold winter blues. Please bring a journal and pen.
Contact: Alison at (306) 694-5110 or Therese at (306) 693-6196 or just drop in. Looking forward to seeing you there.
Every year, St. Agnes students do a dance a thon right before the February break to raise money for charity. This year they have chosen to support Kinsmen Telemiracle 2015. Students have a note and a pledge sheet going home today. Our dance a thon will take place on Friday afternoon, February 13th. There will be a concession also set up where students can buy a treat. All money from the concession will also be donated to Telemiracle
January 27th is Family Literacy Day. All students spent extra time at school reading and enjoying a muffin. The youngest student in each family will bring home a “15 Minutes of Fun” sheet to do together as a family. Bring back your completed sheet with your ballot to get entered into a draw for a fun basket filled with goodies. Ballots need to be handed in by Thursday, January 29th.
The Moose Jaw Police Service have partnered with Child Find Saskatchewan to fingerprint students from Pre-Kindergarten and up. On Tuesday, January 27th, Constable Landon and Constable Kyle came to the school and fingerprinted all students from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 4. All students will go home with a pamphlet with their fingerprints on it for parents to keep on file in case they are ever needed.