Week-at-a-Glance June 20 – 24

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Monday, June 20 Monday: We look forward to enjoying this last full week with students! (Next week is a short week for students before the summer break begins)
Tuesday, June 21 Tuesday: National Indigenous Peoples Day – held annually to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures, and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis. The Canadian Constitution recognizes these three groups as Indigenous peoples.

Wednesday, June 22


Wednesday: 8:45 to 9:15  We really appreciate Parents/Guardians/Caregivers of PH students! We welcome you to drop by the outside area of the front office to say hello to staff and enjoy some coffee/tea and treats as a thank-you! 🙂
Thursday, June 23 Thursday: Casual Wear Day – Please wear school-appropriate clothing if you choose not to wear a uniform (uniforms are optional today). Reminder: As usual, hats must be removed upon entering the school building. Thanks!
Friday, June 24 Friday: 10am Grade 7 Farewell Ceremony. Grade 7 students’ family members are welcomed into the gym to view the Grade 7 students cross the stage today! (Grade 7s enjoy a special pizza lunch & celebration in the afternoon)


Friday: Last Hot Lunch Day. Please check Munch-a-Lunch if you need to review to see if students have a lunch ordered. Otherwise, please ensure a packed lunch is sent from home. A huge thanks to parents who have spent hours volunteering time to organize Hot Lunch fundraisers for PH students all this year!

Other important dates & notes:

Upcoming dates in June: Wednesday, June 29: Last morning for students. Dismissal at 10:30am.
Unauthorized animals/dogs on school property Please note that unauthorized animals/dogs are prohibited from school properties, especially during instructional hours. Please avoid bringing pets onto the school grounds during pick-up & drop-off or during school events. Thanks for your help!
Safe wheeling! Between 8:30am & 3:30pm, everyone (including parents/guardians & older teen siblings), must disembark from scooters, bikes, skateboards (anything with wheels) upon crossing onto school grounds. This will help us all to avoid collisions and near-misses between people, especially during drop-off & pick-up times. Thanks!