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1 Georgia Park Journal June 1, 2014 Georgia Park Elementary 678 Hudson Road Campbell River, BC V9H 1T Inside this issue: Birthdays 2 Appreciation Tea 2 Student Lunches 3 Thank You Page 3 Student Placement 4 Special Points of Interest June 3 Aboriginal Art Class Mr. Howell 12:45 PM June 5 Aboriginal Art Class Mr. Rennie 12:45 PM June 10 Aboriginal Art Class Mrs. Lane June 10 Staples Supply Lists Due June 12 Mrs. Marchand s retirement reception at Georgia Park June 20 Mr. Howell to Quadra June 24 Mrs. Marchand to Pool and Boston Pizza June 25 Miracle Beach trip, whole school June 26 Last day of classes/year end assembly Administration Report We have thoroughly enjoyed our first year at Georgia Park and thank our wonderful staff and parent community for their support, inspiration and all that they do to care for the Georgia Park students. We are looking forward to another wonderful and enriching year together. We would like to say thank you to Mrs. June Marchand for all the lives she has touched during her 40 years as an educator in Campbell River. We are going to miss you and wish you all the best in your retirement. As we enter the final month of the year we look back at the many achievements of the Georgia Park Community. From our fundraising efforts beginning with the Terry Fox run and culminating with the Jump Rope for Heart we have shown that Georgia Park is a community willing to reach out and help others. Our students have also exceled in the performing arts and have been incredible ambassadors for Georgia Park in both the primary and intermediate school choirs and as part of the Ukulele group. As a school we have explored First Nations content with all of our classes. Students have: travelled to the museum to take part in several programs focusing on Aboriginal people; seen Aboriginal drummers and singers from the Holmalco band; gone on a nature walk to discover plants traditionally used by Aboriginal people; done various crafts with Aboriginal guests and have had Danita Lewis visit each class to present a variety of lessons. We are also proud of many of the programs we have implemented within our school that aim to teach our students how to work together as a community. We have initiated a WITS program and have had the support of family services to provide small group instruction on dealing with frustrations and making friends. Students are continuing to work hard and strive and reach their full potential. Our teachers have diligently been working to communicate student progress with parents throughout this year through their regular communication as well as the two face to face meetings with teachers. Finally we would like to thank our PAC for all their support of programs that enrich the learning experiences of our students and strengthen our school community. From special events like movie nights to paying for swimming lessons, school equipment and books for classes and libraries, their support is vital and much appreciated. Thanks of course to all those in our Georgia Park community who supported PAC fundraisers like poinsettia and flower sales and attended special events. The support of all our families for the school and PAC make Georgia Park a fun and effective place to learn. Sincerely, Kim Padington and Mike Rennie

2 Talia Brenna Ethan Patrick Ciara Jade Seojin Jian Nicholas Anwen Caleb Ariez Brooklyn Maverick Matthew Kendra Charles Ryder Andrew Kasey Alexis Cira Evan Willow Aidan Evan Brandon Olivia Devin Kimberley Dayton Olivia Ben Brett Isabel Brayden Sylvester AJ Staples School Supply Orders Just a reminder to parents that the Staples orders are due back no later than June 10. If you have not received an order form, please call or see Ms. Burns in the office. New K s If you or someone you know has registered their child for Kindergarten in September, Please be sure to bring in the students CareCard and Birth Certificate. We need copies of these items for their student files. Georgia Park Family Appreciation Tea For all the hard work that you, the family, as a unit, does to help the students throughout the school year. We have organized a tea to say a huge THANK YOU to the parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and anyone else who lends a helping hand throughout the year. The event will take place here at Georgia Park, on June 3 at 1 pm. Please RSVP with Ms. Burns in the office. We look forward to seeing you all there!

3 Does your child know their home phone number? Kids knowing their families contact information is crucial. The importance of knowing a phone number could mean helping save a lost child, or an injured one. Please take the time to help your child memorize the best number to reach in case of any emergency. Student Lunches We have been encountering a problem with students coming into the office without lunches. We do have a program in place to help with those families needing assistance, but we would like to ensure that the students coming in for lunches are needing them and not asking because they dislike their lunch that has been packed. We are asking parents to please have a conversation with their child to ensure that they are eating their packed lunches. A big thank you goes out to Susan Leask and Debbie Pike for organizing and running our breakfast program once again this year. There were many students that couldn t have made it through the day without you! Thank you to our PAC parents who have helped organize the many events throughout the year. We had a great year with event planning, and we haven t forgotten about it! THANK YOU!! Mrs. June Marchand For all your hard work and dedication throughout the 40 years of teaching, we say the biggest thank you to you. There are countless students, parents, and coworkers that you have touched with your affinity and passion for teaching. The ripple effect of your work will continue to flow outward. You will be sorely missed, and we wish you luck on all your retirement endeavours!!!

4 Student Placement Forms Student Placement forms went home with the students today. Please sit with your child and fill out together. These forms will help with the school configuration for September. If you have not received a form, please come to the office to pick one up. If you know your child will not be here in September, please let the office know. Forms are due back to the office by June 5. It s still flu season! Parents, please be advised that there have been a few confirmed cases of Norwalk Virus in the school. Please have a talk with your child on the importance of keeping hands washed and clean. We want to try and prevent as much as possible! If your child is showing any flu like symptoms, please keep them home. It s very important for them not only to rest and get better, but to stop the spread here at school. Lost & Found It s getting to be that time of year again! Please have a look through the lost and found, as there are many items that have been collected over the last few months. Any items not picked up will be donated to the Salvation Army. Summer School It s time for Summer School! If your child is struggling with keeping up, or just wants a head start for September, Summer School is where they will want to be! With our very own Mr. Rennie as Principal, it will give your child a comfortable learning atmosphere. Programs offered are: Young Readers Workshops Middle and High School Prep Math Outdoor Adventure and Environmental Science Space is limited, so register as soon as possible. Deadline for registration is June 20. All programs are 2-4 weeks. Contact the office for registration papers, or head to 425 Pinecrest Rd (SD 72) for them!

5 Teacher s Rotating Strike The BCTF have announced the rotating strike will continue into June. The next picket date is June 6. If there are picket lines set up, we ask that parents and students do not cross. School will not be in session on this day as well. Southgate Middle School Visit Georgia Park has scheduled a visit during school hours for our grade 5 students. All grade 5 s will be walking to Southgate on June 10. Parents are welcome to join! Permission slips will be handed out next week. Grade 5 Visit to The Big House On June 10, all our grade 5 s will be travelling to the Big House for a morning of cultural activities. The students will be accompanied by Mr. Rennie and will be taking a school bus.

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7 Head Lice Awareness WE HAVE CONFIRMED CASES OF HEAD LICE IN OUR SCHOOL. PLEASE READ THIS IMPORTANT INFROMATION THAT HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY THE VANCOUVER ISLAND HEALTH UNIT AND AUTHORIZED BY OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICE. Outbreaks of head lice are common throughout the school year. Although head lice are a nuisance, head lice are not a health risk. Head lice spread quickly by close, head-to-head contact. Lice cannot live on furniture or carpet, and they cannot jump or fly. There may be few or no symptoms, but itching may occur. You can help by: Checking your child s head with the wet-combing method of detection once a week throughout the school year. Encouraging your child to wear their hair tied back, and avoid touching heads with other students. Using the wet-combing method of treatment if you notice lice on your child s head. Telling the classroom teacher if your child has head lice, so other parents can be notified. For more information contact: Your local Health Unit Review the pamphlet Wet Combing How to Get Rid of Head Lice available at your school and health unit

8 To register or for info call Susan or Sydney. Strathcona Gardens #247 FREE FAMILY LIFESTYLE PROGRAM! MEND (7-13 yrs) begins: April 1 to June 10, 2014 on 6-8 pm No class April 22, 2014 MEND (5-7 yrs) begins : March 31, 2014 on 5:30-7:15 pm No classes April 21 or May 19, 2014

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10 For registration forms, please come see Ms. Burns in the office or Mrs. Sequeira.

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12 June 2014 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Parent Tea 3 pm 4 5 Aboriginal Art Mr. Rennie 6 No School 7 Aboriginal Art Mr. Howell Student Placement forms due School Supplies Orders due Aboriginal Art Mrs. Lane Gr 5 s Big House Southgate visit Gr 5 s June Marchand Retirement Mr. Howell to Quadra Summer School Registration due Mrs. Marchand to Boston Pizza and Pool 25 School Trip to Miracle Beach 26 Last Day of School Students 11:

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