This Friday, October 23rd, is a Professional Development Day. There will be no school on this day.
Photo re-take day is November 13th – Time TBA
Proofs should come out sometime next week we do not have an exact day at this time.
Please mark your calendars. This year our Scholastic Bookfair will be done virtually. Families will be ordering directly through Scholastics Canada and books will be shipped home. We will receive 20% of all sales to update our School’s library collection.
The entire Scholastic Warehouse Collection will be available. This means French and English. Yay!
Dates: November 16-27.
More details to come soon.
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A contractor for the City of Langford will be doing sewer excavation work on Hoy Lake Road tomorrow, Wednesday October 14th and possibly Thursday, October 15th. Cars will need to drive around the excavation area and it will impact parking in front of the gym/school area.
Please leave yourself more time at drop off and pick up and consider walking or biking to school with your child(ren).
Thanks, in advance, for your patience.
At the online PAC event on Tuesday, October 13th @ 7:30pm we will be presenting the PAC Budget, receiving an update from Principal Krusekopf, discussing the Hot Lunch program and giving away draw prizes. In addition, a special presentation on the Proposed Catchment Changes will be followed by a time for questions with our special guest, Windy Beadall, Lead Educator for Capital Planning.
Millstream StrongStart is back! Same great fun, but a lot of changes to ensure we all stay safe.
Monday, Tuesday & Friday Millstream StrongStart will be at the school location from 9:00-11:00 am.
4 families will be welcomed to pre register. Sorry no drop ins accepted.
Wednesday (Esquimalt Lagoon) & Thursday (Goldie Park) Millstream StrongStart will be off site from 9:00-11:00 am
8 families will be welcomed to pre register. Sorry no drop ins accepted.
To pre register for any of the following days please send an email to email@example.com
Emails will be answered on weekdays from 8 am to 1 pm. A confirmation email will be sent.
“Phyllis (Jack) Webstad wore a bright orange shirt with pride on her first day at Residential School in Williams Lake, BC, only to have it taken away, never to be seen again. Years later Phyllis created Orange Shirt Day, a day when you can honour Residential School Survivors and stand up against racism and bullying. It is one of the fastest-growing reconciliation projects in Canada.”
(taken from author Monique Grey Smith)
For more information visit www.organgeshirtday.org/