All Hallows Elementary School

70 DR. WHALEN'S ROAD |  NORTH RIVER   |  NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR  |  A0A 3C0

News and Announcements

National Volunteer Week

National Volunteer Week highlights the importance of every volunteer and each contribution they make at a moment when we need support more than ever.  The sharing of time, skills, empathy, and creativity is vital to the inclusivity, strength, and wellbeing of our communities.   A special thanks to the volunteers who help make All Hallows Elementary School "a great learning place" for each child.

April 8, 2024

In the Fall of 2023, a number of our students participated in Veterans’ Week Contests sponsored by the Royal Canadian legion Branch 32, Bay Roberts.  We want to extend congratulations to the winners who include: Saffron Bonia and Hannah Saunders in Kindergarten; Ava Noseworthy, Lylah Prince and Ellie Bergman in Grade 1; Grayson Warford and Emily Youden in Grade 2; Jace March, Emily Chaulk and Tiera McLean in Grade 3; Jack Tuttle, Jazmyn Street and Sydney Harnum in Grade 4; Nathalie Parsons, Carter Mason and Anna Drolet in Grade 5; and Ethan Smallwood, Charlotte Edwards and Makayla Mugford in Grade 6.  Parents should note envelopes in book bags that contain the award.

During Kindness Week held this past February, School Council and Communities Against Violence sponsored a Kindness Week Poster Contest with the theme “Kindness Starts with Me.”  The winners of this contest in the Primary Division are:  Honourable Mention, Elsie Mugford in Grade 2; 3rd Place, Amina Smith in Grade 1; 2nd Place, Kate Bradbury in Grade 3 and 1st Place, Lylah Harris also in Grade 3.  The winners in the Elementary Division are: Houourable Mention, Zoey Whalen in Grade 4; 3rd Place, Jazmyn Street in Grade 4; 2nd Place, Nathalie Parsons in Grade 5 and 1st Place, Audrey Snow also in Grade 5.  Congratulations to all the winners! Parents should look out for envelopes in book bags that contain the awards.

The winners of our Education Week coloring contest, sponsored by the Bay Roberts Branch of the NLTA, are Jocelyn Collett in Grade 1 and McKenzie Crane in Grade 2. Parents should also seek out an envelope in the bookbag for the award.  Congratulations!

At this time of the year we are thankful for many things.  A change of seasons bring promises of warmth and new life after a cold and dark winter and many of our students extend rays of goodness, each in their own way.  We are grateful for the work of Karlee MacDonald and her Karlee Cares Project for Ronald McDonald House Charities.  With the help of her friends here at All Hallows Elementary and our extended community, Karlee recently delivered 500 pounds of tabs to Ronald McDonald House in St. John’s. Thank you to Karlee and her family for this great project.   A very bright ray of sunshine guiding us all to a well deserved break.

Daily Schedule for 2023 - 2024

Bus Arrivals and Homeroom 1 -  8:15 - 8:30 AM

Period 1 - 8:30 AM

Period 2 - 9:10 AM

Period 3 - 9:50 AM

Recess Break - 10:30 AM

Period 4 - 10:50 AM

Period 5 - 11:30 AM

Lunch Break - 12:10 - 1:00 PM

Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2 and Grade 3 students eat at 12:10 and play at 12:35 PM.

Grade 4, 5 and 6 students play at 12:10 eat at 12:35 PM

Period 6 - 1:00 PM

Period 7 - 1:40 PM

Homeroom 2 - 2:20 PM

Dismissal - 2:30 - 2:35 PM

Bus Loading and Departures - 2:35 - 2:40 PM

NOTE

For reasons of safety and security, school exterior doors are locked and closed at 8:25 AM each day and will stay that way throughout the entire day.  Persons needing access inside the school are asked to ring the doorbell and wait for assistance.  Only students registered at the school, staff and persons with scheduled appointments are permitted inside.  Persons dropping off children, picking up children or dropping off items are asked to wait outside.

Communities Against Violence

Celebrating 10 Years!

On June 8, 2013, our community came together with strength and determination to make a dream come true and salute one of our own.  Thanks and gratitude are extended to all who committed to making a difference in the life of a child by focusing hope and dedicating love to the legacy that is Corporal Jamie Brendan Murphy Community Park.

Build Day - June 8, 2013.mp4
Provincial_School_Food_Guidelines_2021_Final.pdf
Kids Eat Smart Recommended Food List, Fall 2022.pdf

We are committed to meeting the learning and achievement needs of each student in a safe, caring, healthy, and socially just environment. 

Pink Shirt Day - February 23, 2023

A time to laugh and a time to play - a time to be kind day after day.

We stand for love, hope and justice!

A GREAT learning place . . . 

"The more that you read, the more things you will know.

The more that you learn, the more places you'll go."

Dr. Seuss: I Can Read With My Eyes Shut! 

~ All Hallows Elementary School ~