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 will be coming to the school and fingerprinting all students from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 4. All students will go home that day with a pamphlet with their fingerprints on it for parents to keep on file in case they are ever needed.
Just a reminder that students do not have school on Friday, January 30th as teachers are taking part in a professional learning day.
Our Kindergarten to Grade 2’s are skating over the next two weeks of school. Our skating dates are January 6th, 7th, 12th and 15th. If you are able to come and tie skates it would be greatly appreciated. Specific skating times were sent home with students.
Our cookie dough will be arriving on Tuesday, December 9th and can be picked up between 2-4 pm. Please arrange for someone to pick it up during this time.
Students in Grade 4 to 8 just completed the Tell Them From Me survey where they were asked questions about their school and home life. In conjunction with the student survey there is an opportunity for parents to give their input into school improvement initiatives in an anonymous way. The parent survey is open until December 3rd. The school with the highest participants will win $500.00 which will be given to the SCC. Please click on this link Tell them from me and put in the username agnes41522 and password parents123.
A note has gone home today about the upcoming tri-conferences that are taking place on Wednesday and Thursday, November 26th & 27th. If your note did not make it home please print this one off and send it back to school. 2014 November Conference Note
The QSP cookie dough sale has begun. Order forms went home with students on Monday. Our goal is to get 900 containers of cookie dough sold. The sale ends on Friday, November 7th.
We will be having our annual Mission Fair on the afternoon on October 31. Mission Fair is an afternoon where students participate in fun games throughout the school. Students can wear their costumes as they go to their activities. Each game costs $.25 and all money is donated to charity. Parents are welcome to accompany their children for the afternoon.
If your family would like to participate in our pumpkin contest, please drop off your carved pumpkin on Friday, October 31st before 9 am in the library. Classes will go through in the morning and vote for their favourite pumpkin. Please pick up your pumpkin by the end of the day.
Education week continues – Dr. Ryan Meili presents the social determinants of health to a room full of gr. 6,7,8 students. Students were interested to hear about creating a healthier society by reducing poverty and inequality. Neat connection is that Dr. Meili attended St. Agnes for grades 7 & 8.