Track and Field Schedule – May 28, 2019

Track and Field Schedule

 

Track Events Field Events
9:00 – 100m Heats

8 and under

9/10 years old

11 years old

12 years old

10:00 – 100m Heats

8 and under

9/10 years old

11 years old

12 years old

11:00 – 200m Finals

8 and under

9/10 years old

11 years old

12 years old

12:00 – 800m Finals

8 and under

9/10 years old

11 years old

12 years old

1:00 – 50m Finals

8 and under

9/10 years old

11 years old

12 years old

2:00 – 100m Finals

8 and under

9/10 years old

11 years old

12 years old

9:00
8 and under

9/10 Boys

9/10 Girls

11 Boys/Girls

12 Boys/Girls

Ball Throw

Javelin

Frisbee

High Jump

Standing Long Jump

10:00
8 and under

9/10 Boys

9/10 Girls

11 Boys/Girls

12 Boys/Girls

Standing Long Jump

Ball Throw

Javelin

Frisbee

High Jump

11:00
8 and under

9/10 Boys

9/10 Girls

11 Boys/Girls

12 Boys/Girls

High Jump

Standing Long Jump

Ball Throw

Javelin

Frisbee

12:00
8 and under

9/10 Boys

9/10 Girls

11 Boys/Girls

12 Boys/Girls

Frisbee

High Jump

Standing Long Jump

Ball Throw

Javelin

12:00
8 and under

9/10 Boys

9/10 Girls

11 Boys/Girls

12 Boys/Girls

Javelin

Frisbee

High Jump

Standing Long Jump

Ball Throw

2:15-2:45

Clean-up and return to homeroom for end of the day pack-up/attendance

 

Track events take precedence over Field Events.  Tell the teacher at the Field event if you must go to a Track Event and come back as quickly as possible. Check the results board to see who qualified for the 100m & 200m final.

Track and Field Information

 

Prescott Track Meet – May 28th

 

    We will be hosting the Prescott Learning Center Elementary Track Meet at our school on Tuesday, May 28, 2019.  All grade 3-6 students will be expected to take part in the track meet and all staff will be in attendance as well. There will be a concession available for those interested. We would like to invite you to come join us for a day of fun and friendly competition.  

   

Students finishing in the top four in the 10 years old and under, 11, and 12 and up categories in each event will have the opportunity to compete in the Zone Track Meet on Wednesday, June 5th at Stony Plain Central School.

   

Please remember that the track meet will run as long as the weather cooperates. The rain out date for our track meet is set for Wednesday, May 29th.   Keeping this in mind, we would like to encourage you to remember to send the following with your child on the day of the track meet, as appropriate:

  • Proper footwear
  • Appropriate clothing
  • Sunscreen
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Hat                                            
  • Money and/or a bag lunch
  • Umbrella
  • Blanket
  • Sunglasses
  • Water bottle (filled)

Any questions may be directed to Mr. McNaughton at the school (780-571-8079) or by email @ cmcnaughton@psd70.ab.ca. Thank you!

 

Prescott Track and Field Day May 28

Grade 3-6 Families,
Prescott Learning Centre is hosting a grade 3 to 6 track and field day on Tuesday
May 28, 2019. PLCFF will be having a concession from 11:30-2:00 for those
participating students. Items will range in price from $1 – $2 (see attached price
list for prices). We will also be offering hot dogs for $2, but as a pre-ordered item
only (onsite ordering will not be available). Please visit prescott.hotlunches.net to
order for your student. Ordering will be open until Friday May 24 at 6 pm.
Please contact us at secretary@plcff.com with any questions about the
concession.
Thank you!
Prescott Learning Centre Fundraising Foundation executive

PLCFF April Update

Golf Tournament

The PLCFF will be hosting our second annual golf tournament this year on May 31st as a playground fundraiser.  Similar to last years event, they are looking for “Hole Sponsors” for each of the 18 holes. Each hole sponsor contributes $300 and their logo gets posted at the tee box for that hole as well as on the main event banner.  I have signed us up as “Prescott Staff” to sponsor a hole again this year with the Prescott logo being displayed as our company logo.  I believe its important for our PLCFF team, parents, and community members to know that our staff team are supporting the playground fundraising effort and I think this is a very tangible way that we can show our support.

With the number of staff at our school, even a small donation of $5-$10 dollars will go a long way in helping us reach our goal of $300 but please know that there is no obligation to participate! I will place an envelope in my mailbox at recess this morning and will leave it there for the next couple of weeks to collect any donations.  Thank you for your consideration!

Please let me know if you have any questions!

Report Cards Term 2

Report Cards

Your child’s report card is now available online through PowerSchool.  Click HERE to log in to the PowerSchool portal (https://powerschool.psd70.ab.ca/public).  If you have any issues logging in, you can access this information on the PSD website, or you can contact the school office.
Student Celebration of Learning
A reminder that you are invited to our “Student Celebration of Learning” next week, to give you the opportunity to conference with your children about their learning.  Please feel free to come by the school and visit your child in his/her class for 15 minutes during this time, and see the “learning in action”.

If you are unable to make it during the day, we will also be opening our doors on Monday the 18th from 4:30pm-6:30pm and Tuesday the 19th from 3:30pm-5:30pm.  This will be the same format, so no appointments are necessary and students are required to attend with parents.


Hope to see you then!

Volunteers Needed!

Hello!

We are looking for parent volunteers for our Edmonton Waste Management Centre field trip on Monday, March 11. If you are able to volunteer please let us know we would love to have your help!

Thanks,

Mr. Schumacher

Important Procedural Information for Prescott

Pick Up and Drop Off Entrances into Prescott

Thank you to those parents/guardians who have adjusted their pick up/drop off procedures to respect the 850 students entering and exiting our building in a 10 minutetimeframe at the beginning and end of our school day.  Our hallways are very very busy, with all of our students and staff. Therefore, we are asking for parents’ cooperation in waiting outside our entrances.

Moving forward, please let your child know that all students (unless previously arranged with administration) will be expected to enter and exit through their designated doors. If you are walking your child to school, please walk them to their own door to drop them off. We are asking that our front entrance not be used when dropping off or picking students up, unless you are picking up your child prior to 2:50 pm for an appointment, etc.  It is important that we remain consistent with this to ensure students can enter and exit our building quickly during the busiest times of the day…pick up and drop off.

Office Assistance and Procedures

As you can imagine, the office is an extremely busy place near the end of the day. If you have registration questions or payment inquiries, please plan to do this before 2:45 pm or after 3:15pm. This enables our front office staff to focus on our students at this busy time of day.

Reminder … If you are coming to the office to pick up your child for an appointment etc., please ensure you have allowed a 10 minute window of time for your child to receive the message, pack their bag and come to the office.

Note: Please schedule to pick up your child prior to 2:45 if they have an appointment, etc at the end of the day. We are unable to call students down to the office for pick up between 2:50 pm and 3:00 pm. as our focus is on the dismissal of 850 students.

We truly do appreciate your cooperation and support as we continue to establish procedures at Prescott that ensure the safety and well-being of all students. If you have questions about the above, please contact our office and we will be more than happy to answer.

Tech Free Free February was such a success it has now become Tech Free, March, April, May and June as well!

Although the cold of February was not welcomed by anyone, it did enable our staff to witness all of the great things that happen when kids are truly connecting. From just hanging out and chatting to engaging in competitive games of UNO, Dutch Blitz, Chess and Checkers (to name a few) we believe the value of truly socializing at breaks without the interruptions of technology is important to student growth and development.  Thank you for supporting us as we do what we can to provide our students and your children with every opportunity to grow and develop socially, emotionally and physically. We will continue with Tech Free Breaks, and support technology use for learning.