Week-at-a-Glance October 31 – November 4

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Monday, October 31  




Monday: Hallowe’en theme activities & parade. Students may wear a school-appropriate costume or the uniform. Parade at 1:30. Parents are welcome to view Monster Mash Dance (end of parade) on gravel field (if rainy – moved to gym).


Monday: Choir Practice in gym during Lunch period.


Tuesday, November 1








Tuesday: Day after Hallowe’en – PJ Day. Students may wear pajamas or wear the uniform to school. Students are welcome to bring one stuffed animal to school.


Tuesday: Choir practice at 7:45am with Mrs. Saip.


Tuesday: Volleyball Practice (mixed 6/7) in gym during Lunch period.



Wednesday, November 2









Wednesday: I READ CANADIAN DAY! Today is a national day of celebration of Canadian books for young people. This day is dedicated to ‘reading Canadian’. Ms. McLeod will share a variety of books by Canadian authors and have a displayed selection available in the Library. 


Wednesday: Grade 6 Volleyball Game after school. South Park vs. PH (Home). Thank-you to Coach Volunteers (parents & staff) who give their own time to make this extra-curricular activity possible!

Thursday, November 3  


Thursday: Grade 7 Volleyball Game after school. PH vs. South Park (Away – parent drivers will be needed)


Friday, November 4  




Friday: Hot Lunch Domino Pizza. Thank-you parent volunteers for offering this school fundraiser and giving your time to organize orders and distribution.

Have a great weekend!



Other important dates & notes:

Hallowe’en Costume Reminders  



Please read the notes below regarding costumes worn to school:

  • should not be too scary (in consideration of our youngest students)
  • cannot include weapons/weapon replicas
  • should be age-appropriate
  • cannot be offensive or perpetuate a stereotype of someone’s culture, gender, heritage, or religion
  • must be safe & comfortable.  Students must be able to sit, walk, breathe, see and hear.  Anything that limits vision or restricts movement can lead to falls & other injuries. (Exception: Students are permitted to wear a mask as part of their costume during the parade)
  • students should be sufficiently covered and dressed for the weather during what is still a school day with outdoor play.





Sunday, November 6



Daylight Savings. Clocks “fall” back one hour.


Congrats, Cross-Country Runners! 🙂




Congrats & thank-you to all of the Cross-Country Student Participants and Running Coaches who made this a great autumn activity & event! A big thanks to Mrs. Phillips for her work at the Sunshine Hills event with our Cross-Country Running Team!