All Hallows Elementary School
70 DR. WHALEN'S ROAD | NORTH RIVER | NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR
NEWS & INFORMATION
February 24 - 28, 2020, is established as Kindness Week here at your school.
Throughout the week, all students will have the opportunity to learn about and practice acts of kindness. We will share songs and stories about caring, compassion and gratitude. We will meet as divisional groups to participate in viewing, reading, listening, speaking and representing activities to support our understandings and actions of kindness. Throughout the next few days, special guest readers will visit classes to share books that support the theme “Lift Each Other Up.”
The Pink-T-Shirts that were ordered are here and will be distributed to homeroom teachers for students to wear on Wednesday, Pink Shirt Day.
We are asking everyone to practice kindness on Thursday by bringing an item for our breakfast program. We serve breakfast 5 days per week and need to restock our cupboards.
Friday, February 28 is the 100th Day of School. Our Grade 1 and 2 classes have specific activities planned. Check the book bags for details.
On Friday, parents are friends are invited to participate in our school-wide Reading Camp Fire that starts in the school gymnasium at 1:00 PM.
Complete details about our activities this week and the specific needs of our breakfast program, were circulated in our cherry coloured memo on Friday, February 21. It can be found in communication pouches, posted to the right and attached to an email sent to parents.
We have many winter clothing items including boots, caps, snow pants, jackets and mittens in our lost and found bin in the school cafeteria. Please check there for any missing items.
School Development Family Surveys
School Development Surveys are conducted annually to gather feedback from students, staff, and parents to inform our school development process. The survey results will be used with other data to identify your school’s strengths and challenges. We will then create and implement a plan to build on successes and address areas of challenge.
The survey is anonymous, which means that we cannot connect your survey responses to you. We encourage everyone to participate so that we have the most accurate representation of family perceptions at your school.
School Development Family Surveys will be available until March 20, 2020 by clicking on the link below.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the survey, please contact Allan Johnson at 709-729-7831 or email@example.com or Patricia Emberley at 709-729-6850 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our daily schedule:
- Doors open at 8:15 AM
- Lunch 1 @ 12:20 AM - Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, and Grade 3
- Lunch 2 @ 1:00 PM - Grade 4, Grade 5, and Grade 6
- Dismissal @ 2:25 PM
- Buses leave at 2:30 PM.
School Office Hours
- 8:00 - 11:45 AM
- 12:15 - 3:15 PM
February 24-28 - Kindness Week
February 24 - KinderStart
February 26 - Pink Shirt Day
February 27 - Breakfast Blitz
February 28 - Family Literacy Events
February 29 - National Spelling Bee, St. John's
March 8 - International Women's Day
March 8-14 - Education Week
March 11 - Heritage Fair
March 16 - School Holiday
March 21-27 - Kiwanis Music Festival
March 25 - Term 2 Report Cards
March 26 - Term 2 Parent Meetings
March 31 - KinderStart
April 9 - Classes End
April 20 - Classes Begin
We stand for love, hope and justice!
Our annual KINDERGARTEN CELEBRATION took place at 1:00 PM on Thursday, May 30, 2019. The slide show was prepared by the Kindergarten teachers. Enjoy!
Kiwanis Music FestivalCongratulations to our Grade 3 Choir for their hard work and excellent performance at the Kiwanis Music Festival on April 3, 2019. Thanks to Ms. Mercer, Ms. Smith, Ms. Mercer and Ms. Thomas for direction and support.
Congratulations to our Fiddlers for the great performance at The Kiwanis Music Festival on April 5, 2019. A special thank you to Ms. Mercer for her tireless work with our budding musicians.
We extend gratitude and thanks to parents and friends for their support of our music program. Guidance with home practice sessions and volunteer services on the day of events are both very much appreciated.
We are committed to meeting the learning and achievement needs of each student in a safe, caring, healthy, and socially just environment.
A learning place . . .
~ All Hallows Elementary School ~