All Hallows Elementary School

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

Summer holidays are here!

A sincere thank you to the best parents and students a school could serve.

Be safe and we will see you on September 6, 2019.

AHE Reporter - June 27, 2019.pdf
School Supply List, September 2019.pdf

Kindergarten Celebration

Our annual KINDERGARTEN CELEBRATION took place at 1:00 PM on Thursday, May 30, 2019. The slide show below was prepared by the Kindergarten teachers. Enjoy!

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In Grade 3, Michael prepared a Thank You card for Mrs. Delaney and Mrs. Cummings two of or our Breakfast Program volunteers.

Volunteers Are Special

We acknowledge with gratitude and thanks the folks who volunteer throughout our communities and in particular in your school. No matter the task, we have a willing group of individuals who step-up to make the teaching and learning process more rewarding for all concerned.
The learning environment at our school is enhanced by the gracious support of parents and friends who unconditionally assist without hesitation. In particular, we salute the dedicated group of volunteers from our various faith communities who step outside themselves every Wednesday morning to support our breakfast program.
Thank you one and all for your continued support and assistance. We look forward to a time in the next few weeks when at our annual Volunteer event we can recognize each of you in person.
In Grade 1, Charlie and Thomas share a good friend drawing and note.
Ella prepared a very nice drawing and special message for her music teacher - Ms. Mercer.
Matthew prepared a special Thank You card for his bus driver, Ms. Curran.
In Kindergarten, Mia and Raelana thank Ms. Gosse for keeping their learning space clean.
Jack in Kindergarten wrote a special letter to Ms. Edmunds.
In Kindergarten, Levin provides his friend Justin with a helping hand.
Gracie and Addison asked Natalie to play with them when they noticed she was all by herself.

Random Acts of Kindness

Our Random Acts of Kindness are in motion and starting to be posted. Keep an eye here, as well as on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
A BIG a THANK YOU to Ryan, Jaxon and Luke for being super great Breakfast Program helpers.
In Grade 4, Konnor gave Ms. Mackey a special Thank You note.
Riley and Joey share a special friend note.
Ben helped a friend in Grade 5 clean and tidy his locker.
In Grade 2, Nicholas gave Alexander a special friend card.
Ethan wrote a poem for special friend Brady in Grade 1.
Riley drew a picture for Ms. Curtis, our school secretary, showing her why she is important to our school.

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Important Dates


June 7 - Jump To It & CJBMCP Celebration DayJune 10 - 14 - Community Better ChallengeJune 12 - Learn Not To Burn PresentationsJune 13 - Primary Fun N' Fit DayJune 14 - Elementary Fun 'N Fit DayJune 17 - Report Writing Day - no classesJune 18 - Kindergarten to Bay-de-Grave Fire StationGune 18 - Grade 3 Carnival DayJune 18 - Grade 6 Field Trip to Axtion, St. John'sJune 20 - Grade 5 Field Trip Cupids' Legacy CenterJune 25 - Fiddlers @ The JanewayJune 26 - Year-End Assembly @ 1:00 PMJune 27 - Last Day for Students
Hailey prepared a special thank you for the lunch ladies..
Jenna gave Ms. Badcock a compliment.
Luke writes a note to his parents telling them why they are important in his life.

We stand for love, hope and justice!

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Kiwanis Music Festival

Congratulations 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 . . .

"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 ~