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October News (Re-Submitting Due to Formatting Errors)

October News

There is a lot of fun and exciting things happening this month at CTK.

 

Opening Word Celebration, October 5th

Picture Day, Friday, October 6th

Wishing our CTK families a Happy Thanksgiving, October 9th

Fundraiser Forms Due, October 11th

PA Day- No School, October 23rd

Wear Purple for kids, October 24th

Happy Halloween, October 31st

 

Starting Tuesday, October 10th-Tuesday, October 31st we will begin our “We Scare Hunger” food drive to support the St. Vincent de Paul society.  Please bring in non-perishable items such as; Kraft Dinner, cereal, canned gods, soap, toothpaste, etc.  All donations are greatly appreciated!

Just a reminder that every Tuesday is our Lunch Box orders.  Please visit www.lunchboxorders.com if you wish to purchase a hot lunch for your child.

Every Thursday is Pizza Day.  Pizza is $1.00/slice.  Go to https://wcdsb.schoolcashonline.com to order your pizza today.

 

 SCHOOL PARKING LOT 

Signs, Gates and Patrols

We ask that all parents take caution when driving their children to school. Please always slow down and be aware of students walking to school.   There is no parking in the ring road.  Please enter far drop off your child quickly and exit to keep the traffic flowing.   Please do not block the school driveways or turn around in them as this is dangerous to all and it is a fire route. Please leave the handicap parking spots for those who have permits.

 

NUT/PEANUT/SCENT AWARE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT

We have several students and staff attending Christ the King School with a severe allergy that can cause an anaphylaxis reaction. An anaphylaxis reaction is an allergic reaction so severe that it can cause death. These children have a severe allergy to Peanuts /Nut Products.   We also have children/staff with sensitivity to scents.  Since these children can react to trace amounts, inhaling or ingesting even minute amounts can trigger a life threatening reaction. Emergency treatment involves immediate drug injection and an immediate trip to the hospital.

These children with this allergy are showing admirable restraint and maturity in dealing with their problem. They are taught not to share any food because of a possible reaction. All of us need to do what we can to provide these children with a safe learning environment. Although this may or may not affect your child’s class directly, we respectfully ask that you make every effort not to send food products to school that contain or may contain peanuts, peanut butter or nut products, remembering to check ingredients carefully.  Your understanding is sincerely appreciated.

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