We are offering some recess activities for our grade 1-5 students. One of the activities we would like to have is Lego Building…however, we have a problem…we don’t currently have any Lego:(.
If you have, and would be willing to donate Lego, please drop it off in the school office.
Thank you in advance,we are so appreciative!
Although all the official shoe boxes have gone, there are still plenty of pamphlets with the information you need to pack a box from home. If you have some official boxes at home that aren’t being used please have your child bring them back so that someone else can make use of them.
Thank you for all your support.
We will start collecting the boxes November 3rd.
We are rapidly running out of shoe boxes. Please do not feel disheartened if you don’t manage to get hold of one of the official shoe boxes from the office: a shoe box from home will work just as well. Remember to use the label from the leaflet to label your box with either girl or boy.
Collection week begins on November3rd
Please drop your children off in the designated drop off zone, and ensure that they use the crosswalk. Our designated drop off zone is located between the 2 crosswalks.
For safety reasons, please do not drop your children off before the crosswalk.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation in keeping our children safe!
The grade 1-3 will be going to the Tri-Leisure Centre for a morning of fun in the pool. We are in need of parent volunteers to be in the water supervising from 8:45 to 10:45. We are also looking for some dads, uncles, or grandpas to supervise in the boys change room. If you, or other family members are able to volunteer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Muir Lake School will be holding a Remembrance Day Service on Friday, November 7th at 10:15 a.m. and as always, parents & families are invited to attend. Poppies will be distributed to all students at that time and donations will also be accepted.
Many of you have had friends or relatives who served their country in wartime. We would like to remember these people by having your child pin a poppy on our cross. At the time that your child is doing this, we would like to mention the name of the person being remembered along with a little background information.
For your convenience, go online to http://bit.ly/RDayTribute to fill in this information electronically or click HERE to print off a hard copy of the Tribute form. We ask that this information be submitted to the MLS office by Tuesday November 4th.
All parents and guardians are encouraged to attend the Muir Lake School Council Meeting on tonight, Monday, October 20th @ 7:00 p.m. Our School Council meets the second “teaching” Monday of each month.
During collection week, November 3rd to 7th, the shoe box team will be tallying up the class boxes. They will then be recorded on a poster opposite the library. Students will be able to see how their class is doing!
Collect your box from the office before we run out. If we do run out, please feel free to fill a shoe box from home.
Together we can make this an outstanding shoe box year!
On Friday, at lunch recess, we will continue with our used book sale. The sale will be held in the library. Books can be purchased with a donation or for 25 cents a book. All proceeds will be donated to Hope for the Future charity. $45 dollars will send one child in Tanzania to school for a year. Hope to see you there!
The October Leader in Me Assembly will be this Thursday, October 16 at 9 a.m., in the gym. This assembly will be hosted by Mrs. Matsuba’s grade 2 class and Ms. Saunders and Mrs. Gadoury’s 5/6 class and is for grades K-5. Parents are welcome to attend. Hope to see you there.