STUDENT COUNCIL SPREAD CHRISTMAS CHEER
DOGS ON SCHOOL GROUNDS
Dogs may not be off leash on school grounds. Our dog owning families are aware of this and respect the fact that some people fear dogs and that even if you like dogs they can be a nuisance. I appreciate that they do keep their dogs leashed. There are others in the neighbourhood who may not know the law, and are not thoughtful about the effect their dog can have on others. There has been a recent incident of a dog being a nuisance – a dog that did not appear to be owned by any of our families. The by-law office has been advised. The problem is that once a dog has frightened a child, even if the owner apologises and leashes the dog, the damage has been done. If you see a dog off-leash on our grounds you could politely ask the owner to leash it before it causes a problem, let the school know or if it is after hours or the weekend, inform the bye law office yourself.
Young Rembrandts students will flex their creative muscle as they advance techniques using color pencil, marker and Sharpie. A Lego-inspired drawing, an art his-tory piece and a composition featuring a detailed scorpion will provide fun, artistic challenges. While a funny pterodactyl character will leave students giggling!
This is a fun and engaging program designed to teach basic to advanced drawing skills, art vocabulary and art techniques. We believe that drawing is the core skill required to enhance future artistic success and that all children can learn to draw. Young Rembrandts provide a fun, positive environment which brings out the best in each child with increased art abilities and knowledge, learning skills, self-confidence and self-esteem.
All materials are supplied. Classes are held immediately after school in room 309.
Classes Held: Wednesdays – Room 309 3:15 – 4:15 p.m. January 14 – March 4, 2015 Tuition: $126.00 tax and supplies included . (Payment plans available online)
Payment Options: ENROLL ONLINE at www.youngrembrandts.com/metrovancouver
Or by PHONE 604.448.8883
November 28th – Professional Development Day – No School for students.
December 1st to 12th – Holiday Hamper
December 2nd – Immunization Clinic – Grade 6
December 9th – Poinsettias Order Pick up.
December 10th – Primary Christmas Crafts
December 18th – Winter Concert Matinee and Evening Performance
December 19th – Reports go home
December 22nd – January 2nd – Winter Break
January 5th – School Reopens