St. Agnes choir, staff and students are doing the ministries at the 11 am Mass on Sunday, March 9th. Please join us.
Our Read to Ride Reading contest has begun. Notes and ballots have gone home and we already have a few ballots in our ballot box. Students can turn in their ballots whenever they have read their required minutes for their grade. Every Monday morning we will be drawing for book prizes and on April 17th we will be drawing for 2 bikes.
We want to thank Canadian Tire and Westcan Transport for graciously donating a bike each to give away.
In honour of how great our Canadian Olympic athletes did in Sochi, let’s wear red and white on Monday! See you tomorrow!
Congratulations to St. Agnes School, you raised $2077.60 for TeleMiracle 38! What an awesome job you did getting your pledges in and dancing up a storm on Friday. Good job!!
All across Canada students and parents are celebrating Family Literacy Day. The theme is ’15 Minutes of Fun’. With this in mind, we are celebrating reading all week with different fun activities that promote reading.
All week we will be having Stop, Drop and Read. There will be an announcement over the intercom that it is time to drop what you are doing and get reading.
Monday: Students will be creating posters promoting reading and literacy and students will receive activity sheets for things to do at home.
On Monday evening for families of children in Grades K to 3 we have a Literacy event planned. Hopefully you have already RSVP and will be joining us for supper and activities.
Tuesday: Sticky Note messages in class.
Wednesday: Parents bring your lunch and share a book with your child. We will have books out and activities for you to do in the library.
Thursday: In Motion Literacy Activity.
Friday: Reading Buddy reading where they will also do an origami activity. Mystery Day. Every Grade will be given clues to decipher a mystery.
Parents and guardians form a vital part of any school community. This evening is designed to provide parents with information that will help prevent their child becoming involved in bullying and to encourage them to play their part in making their school bully-free. The parent information evening is an effective way to reinforce your school’s anti-bullying initiative.
- Receive an overview of Holy Trinity School Division’s Anti-Bullying Procedures and the steps that their school is taking to prevent bullying
- Learn to recognize the symptoms of bullying should it happen to your child
- Learn to protect and safeguard your child against cyberbullying
- Learn to recognize how bullying plays out for the current generation of students – both at school and through cyberbullying
When: Tuesday, January 21st, 2014
Time: 7:00-8:30 pm.
Where: Vanier Collegiate Library
Presenters: Debbie MacDonald, Bernadette Cey
The Grade 8 class raised $165.00 from their bake sale this week and donated it to The Transition House. Good job!
This is a list of the SALT activities for the month of December:
December 5: Ugly Sweater Day
December 6: In-Motion Christmas Commotion (Fun Christmas Song dance breaks throughout the day)
December 9: A christmas story will be read over the intercom
December 10: Candy Cane Orders due (Order forms will be sent home)
December 11: Snowman Contest with Reading Buddies
Christmas Colouring sheets handed out to Pre-K to Gr 3
December 12: Christmas Concert
December 13: Christmas Carol Parade (last hour of the day, ending in the gym)
December 16: Door decorating Judging
Rules: All students must participate, you can use ideas from the web, no bribing YOU MUST INCLUDE AN ELF
December 17: Christmas Colouring sheets due
December 18: Candy Cane delivery
December 19: Christmas Card Making and Delivery
(Cards will be supplied to colour and decorate. a map will be provided for home delivery in the community)
December 20: Santa/Christmas Hat day
BINGO in the first hour after lunch (Bring a food bank donation to play)
Thanks for all of your support!
Our Christmas concert will be held at Mae Wilson Theatre on December 12th at 7 pm. Our Christmas concert will be for Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 4 only. Students need to be at Mae Wilson by 6:45.