Week-at-a-Glance May 13-17

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Kindness Comment Jar created by the PH Kindness Crew!

Students are encouraged to drop a Kindness Comment into the jar and the comments are shared during Morning Announcements.

Monday, May 13

  • Have a great day!

Tuesday, May 14

  • Have a great day!

Wednesday, May 15

  • Class Photo Day – The photographers will be at the school right at 9am to do the Panoramic whole school photo and then the class and group photos. Please ensure your child(ren) are at school on time in order to be included in the photos. Band and Choir students are asked to bring their instruments and wear their blue crested shirts for the photos.

Thursday, May 16

  • Superhero Day – wear your favourite superhero t-shirt or costume. Please make sure your child(ren) can take part in all school activities with their outfit and no masks please.
  • District Track Meet at NDSS – Notices went home on Friday to the students who qualified asking for consent and Parent Drivers. Notices are due back on Monday please.
  • Freezie Friday – thank you for the great support for our Grade 7 end of the year activities!

Friday, May 17

  • Professional Development Day (classes not in session)

Upcoming Dates & Things to Note:


Upcoming dates!

May 20 – Victoria Day (school not in session)

May 23 – McCarthy’s will be at the school for uniform try-ons

May 25 – Pebble Hill celebrates its 50th Anniversary from 2-4pm. Our own PH Band and Choir will be performing. Please plan to join us!

June 4 – Band and Choir concerts at 1:30 and 6:30pm

June 14 – Sports Day

June 25 – Grade 7 Leaving Ceremony

Fundraising Information

Please see below for PH PAC Fundraising Initiatives (A big thank you to all parents involved in fundraising!)

Please visit the PAC Fundraising page for on-going ways you can support the PH PAC.



Upcoming Parent/Caregiver Information and Sessions:


Public Education Night: Child Exploitation, Human Trafficking and Gangs

The Delta Police Department in partnership with The Delta School District is holding a public education at North Delta Secondary from 6:30pm to 8:30pm on the topics of child exploitation, human trafficking, and gangs.    Please share the following information with your school community and anyone interested in attending.

When: Wednesday, May 22nd from 6:30-8:30pk
Where: North Delta Secondary: 11447 82nd Ave, Delta
Registration required and option to view the livestream: Click Here

Supporting a Positive Relationship with Food


Looking to better understand your child’s behaviour?

Family Smart has monthly online and in person events to help. Work shops like:

Beyond Behaviours: When Is It More? What It Looks Like at Ages 9 to 12

and many more…

Check out their calendar here

District Summer Learning Opportunities

An innovative, enriching and free program for English Language Learners (Focus on Literacy) for Students entering grades 1 to 7. Sessions run July 2-12 or July 15-26, McCloskey Elementary,  9:00am-1:00/1:30pm Monday to Friday.

Summer Reading Club

Summer Reading Club (SRC) will take place again at the Tsawwassen Library this summer! SRC promotes summer reading and offers fun learning opportunities through reading records, live performances and online activities.

This year’s theme is World of Curiosities. Registration for both in-person and online begins on June 21. Information about SRC and how to register can be found at https://www.fvrl.bc.ca/summer_reading_clubs.php

Summer Elementary Basketball Camps

Grits Sports is running our annual Summer Elementary Basketball Camps for students currently in grade 5, 6 and 7. Below are the following dates:
Week 1: July 2-5 (9:00am – 11:30am)
Week 2: July 8 -12 (9:00am – 11:00am)
Week 3: July 15-19 (9:00am – 11:00am)
Week 4: July 22-26 (9:00am – 11:00am
Location: South Delta Secondary School (750 53rd Street, Delta)
Please complete the Google Form below for full registration:
A reminder that BOTH the Google Form and Payment must be completed in order to confirm your registration. A confirmation email will be sent within 1 business day.
Payment will be e-transferred to gritsportsbc@gmail.com

Student Vacations during the School Year

Please understand that teachers are not required to provide study materials/assignments for students who are away on vacation during school days. Students may read everyday, keep a travel journal with facts related to the destination (in full sentences and/or well written paragraphs) and practice math facts (extension: math related word problems). Happy travels!

Medication requirements for students

If your child has any serious allergies or medical conditions, and/or needs to have access to medication such as an inhaler or epipen at school, there is a form that needs to be completed each year. Please contact our Administrative Assistant for more information and to receive the form.