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Reminders for the Week January 27

Reminders for the Week

We had another amazing week at Christ the King! This month, we are thrilled to be welcoming DRUMFIT to our school gymnasium! We are so excited this opportunity to engage in physical activity with some extra fun added in!  Grade 1-8 classes will be participating during their regular gym time throughout the month.

 

Keeping Warm

The snow and cold temperatures are on their way.  Please check that your child(ren) is wearing warm enough clothing to play outside for up to 40 minutes.  Playing outside is much more enjoyable when layers of warm clothing are warm.  It is also a great idea to have extra socks and mittens tucked away in their backpack for times when the snow is wet.

 

 

Winter Walk Day! Let’s see all Bobcat’s Participate! You can do it!

 

Winter Walk Day is February 1!

 

Walking and wheeling to and from school is great for the environment and it’s fun even in the winter. Winter Walk Day asks schools to celebrate students who walk to school by holding an event in your school community. STSWR will supply registered schools with walk day event ideas and posters; and all registered schools are entered into a draw for a bike or scooter rack!

 

 

All students (JK to Grade 12) can participate and register for a chance to win one of ten $25 Indigo gift cards! Bussed students can walk to their bus stop. Out of bounds students can drive and walk from a few blocks away. Online learners can walk at home. Schools and students can register at the respective links below.

 

Register Today!

Individual students: https://forms.gle/JDU1tmh6MJ2zpYHq5

 

 

CSAC Meeting:

CTK had a meeting for January and we thank them for their dedication to our students and our school. All minutes from CSAC meetings are posted on our website: https://christtheking.wcdsb.ca/

Feb. 6th at 5:30 Christ the King CSAC will be meeting virtually. Please see the meeting link below:

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Kindergarten Registration for the 2023-2024 school year will take place on February 7th and 8th.  Please see the following flyer for more information and feel free to pass the information onto your neighbours and friends, KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION 2023 Bulletin Letter

 

 
 

WCDSB Updates

·       Please visit our School Board Website for updates and recent information.  Here is the link: https://www.wcdsb.ca/

·       Our WCDSB Multi-Year Strategic Plan (MYSP) for 2022-2025 has been released. Some may wonder, what is an MYSP? An MYSP informs constituents of what the board intends to achieve, what its priorities are and how it plans to achieve them. It reflects the vision for the board including its overall purpose – mission statement – beliefs, and strategic directions. You can check out our board’s MYSP here: https://www.wcdsb.ca/mysp/ . Here is a video from our Director Tyrone Dowling explaining the MYSP. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8PRrC1Hhgw

 

Daily Screening:

Parents/Guardians are to complete a daily COVID-19 screening on their children before sending them to school.  We no longer require proof of the screening. If there are any symptoms your child must stay home. Here is the link: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

 

 

Dates to remember:

Jan. 31 – Director Tyrone Dowling to visit Christ the King

Feb 1 – School wide assembly – Seven Grandfather teachings – Humility

Feb 1 – Winter Walk to School Day! – Everyone is encouraged to walk to school today!

Feb. 6 – CSAC Meeting – 5:30 (link to virtual meeting above)

Feb 7 – Kindergarten Registration 3:30-6:30 (by appointment)

Feb 7 – School wide assembly – Quincy Mack – FNMI- supporting our equity and diversity learning within our school; learning about the rich cultures and histories of the First Nation, Metis and Inuit people and to promote equitable, healthy communities in equity, diversity and inclusion

Feb 8 – Kindergarten Registration 9:00-3:00 (by appointment)

Feb 17 – Term 1 Report Card Distribution

Feb 20 – Family Day – Board Holiday – no school for staff and students and the Extended Day Program is closed

Feb. 22 – Ash Wednesday

March 13– Week of March Break

March 31 – P.A. Day – no school for students

April 7 – Good Friday – the Extended Day Program is closed

April 10 – Easter Monday- the Extended Day Program is closed

April 21 – PA Day – the Extended Day Program is closed

May 1 – Catholic Education Week

May 22 – Victoria Day – Board Holiday – no school for staff and students the Extended Day Program is closed

June 2 – PA Day – no school for students

June 27 – Term 2 Report Card Distribution

June 29 – Last Day of School

 

 

Respectfully yours,
Mrs. Dafoe
Principal

By |2023-01-27T14:42:21-05:00January 27th, 2023|News|Comments Off on Reminders for the Week January 27

Reminders for the Week Jan 20

Reminders for the Week

 

It was so wonderful to welcome everyone back to school! We love the energy in our classrooms, hallways, and school yard and entered into January with a renewed focus on learning and connection! Thank you for your continued support as we continue through 2023!

 

Spectators at Games

Students that want to attend sporting events as spectators will need to be accompanied by an adult as we do not have supervision.

 

Winter Walk Day! Let’s see all Bobcat’s Participate! You can do it!

Winter Walk Day is February 1!

Walking and wheeling to and from school is great for the environment and it’s fun even in the winter. Winter Walk Day asks schools to celebrate students who walk to school by holding an event in your school community. STSWR will supply registered schools with walk day event ideas and posters; and all registered schools are entered into a draw for a bike or scooter rack!

 

All students (JK to Grade 12) can participate and register for a chance to win one of ten $25 Indigo gift cards! Bussed students can walk to their bus stop. Out of bounds students can drive and walk from a few blocks away. Online learners can walk at home. Schools and students can register at the respective links below.

 

Register Today!

Individual students: https://forms.gle/JDU1tmh6MJ2zpYHq5

 

A BIG THANK YOU

Thank you to the families that are walking to school and also to those that are taking extra time to park safely along our streets. We care so much about the safety of our Bobcats and we are happy that you do too!

 

Bell Time

Our morning bell rings at 8:30 am and it is important for your child(ren) to arrive prior to this time. Supervision on the yard begins at 8:15 am (please do not send students before 8:15 am). Arriving at school on time allows students to experience positive interactions with others and participate more fully in learning activities. As well, it helps reduce classroom interruptions and distractions allowing teachers to focus on teaching lessons to all students. Let’s work together to avoid the last minute rush and eliminate the congestion in our front parking lot in the morning.

 

Mental Wellbeing Week

Next week, at Christ the King, we will be joining in the conversation for Mental Wellbeing Week. Students will be engaged in activities in their classroom and we will be celebrating Bell Let’s Talk day as well.

 

Kindergarten Registration for the 2023-2024 school year will take place on February 7th and 8th.  Please see the following flyer for more information and feel free to pass the information onto your neighbours and friends,  KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION 2023 Bulletin Letter

 

 
WCDSB Updates

·       Please visit our School Board Website for updates and recent information.  Here is the link: https://www.wcdsb.ca/

 

Daily Screening:

Parents/Guardians are to complete a daily COVID-19 screening on their children before sending them to school.  We no longer require proof of the screening. If there are any symptoms your child must stay home. Here is the link: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

 

 

Dates to remember

Jan 20 – PA Day – no school for students (staff are working on assessment and evaluation)

Feb 1 – School wide assembly – Seven Grandfather teachings – Humility

Feb 1 – Winter Walk to School Day! – Everyone is encouraged to walk to school today!

Feb 7 – Kindergarten Registration 3:30-6:30 (by appointment)

Feb 7 – School wide assembly – Quincy Mack – FNMI- supporting our equity and diversit learning within our school; learning about the rich cultures and histories of the First Nation, Metis and Inuit people and to promote equitable, healthy communities in equity, diversity and inclusion

Feb 8 – Kindergarten Registration 9:00-3:00 (by appointment)

Feb 17 – Term 1 Report Card Distribution

Feb 20 – Family Day – Board Holiday – no school for staff and students and the Extended Day Program is closed

Feb. 22 – Ash Wednesday

March 13– Week of March Break

March 31 – P.A. Day – no school for students

April 7 – Good Friday – the Extended Day Program is closed

April 10 – Easter Monday- the Extended Day Program is closed

April 21 – PA Day – the Extended Day Program is closed

May 1 – Catholic Education Week

May 22 – Victoria Day – Board Holiday – no school for staff and students the Extended Day Program is closed

June 2 – PA Day – no school for students

June 27 – Term 2 Report Card Distribution

June 29 – Last Day of School

 

 

Respectfully yours,
Mrs. Dafoe
Principal

By |2023-01-19T14:34:01-05:00January 19th, 2023|News|Comments Off on Reminders for the Week Jan 20

Greenway Chaplin Community Centre Program Updates

Please find the updates from Greenway-Chaplin Community Centre:

  1. Winter Programs
  • Still some spots available for Mini-Chefs and Home Hobbies; programs begin next week.
  • PA Day Camp is happening this Friday from 8:30am – 5:30pm at Greenway. There are still some spots available.
  • March Break Camp is available for registration.
  • All registrations can be done through our website at: https://greenwaychaplin.com/programs/
  1. There is a Parenting Information Session coming up on January 24 @ 11:00am at Greenway. The session will be one hour and babies and toddlers are welcome. See https://greenwaychaplin.com/events/for further details.
  2. We are looking for adults aged 18+ to help volunteer at school dances for grades 2 to 7. Our next dance will be on February 10thfrom 6-9 pm. For more information or to apply, email Kathleen at kathleen@silverheightsneighbourhood.com
  3. Partnerships at Greenway
  • Mobile Food Market with the Cambridge Food Bank – Tuesdays, 3pm – 4pm @ Greenway
  • Neighbourhood Nursing with the Region of Waterloo – nurse on site on Tuesdays from 2:30pm – 4:30pm
  • High school tutoring support with Carizon – Tuesdays, 3pm – 5pm. No fee and no appointment needed.
  • Family Outreach Program (House of Friendship) with Family Outreach Worker Patti Mick – the program supports families with basic needs
  • Children and Youth Mental Health Support with Carizon – Wednesdays, 1pm – 5pm – Carizon staff meet with families on site at Greenway
  • Family and Children’s Service of Waterloo Region – Greenway co-facilitates 3 programs (fall, winter, spring) each year for children in the neighbourhood

Greenway-Chaplin Community Centre

116 Rouse Avenue

Cambridge ON   N1R 4M8

jessicab@greenwaychaplin.com | 519-623-4220 – ex. 102

By |2023-01-17T14:34:47-05:00January 17th, 2023|News|Comments Off on Greenway Chaplin Community Centre Program Updates

Chromebooks distributed need to be returned this week

Hello Bobcats families,

We still have some outstanding Chrome books that were distributed in the fall/early winter. We desperately need these back to the school for students to use. Please send the Chromebook and charger to the school with your child asap.

Thank you for your continued cooperation.

By |2023-01-17T14:19:06-05:00January 17th, 2023|News|Comments Off on Chromebooks distributed need to be returned this week
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