It’s been a busy week at Maple Grove. Thank you to all the students, parents, staff and community members who helped ensure our Remembrance Day Assembly was a success. All of the staff worked so hard to make sure the children had a wonderful and positive experience. Special thanks to Ms. Smith for all of her organizational work. Thank you also to Mr. Naipaul for working on the process and set up. Special thanks to Ms. Tornroos for helping pull together the program and ensure we had artwork throughout the school. Also thank you to all the staff for making accommodations and adjustments for the past three weeks as we pulled this event together. Thank you also the parents for being so supportive with the process.
Parents, please remember that there is no school on Friday and Monday. Enjoy your extra long weekend!
In addition to the moving presentations that students shared at the Remembrance Day Assembly, classes have been working on inspired art work. This piece was completed by Divisions 16, 17 & 18 with Ms. Adams.
Student Council/ Spirit Leaders
Thursday, Nov 8, 2017, Student Council/Spirit Leaders decided to hold a Random Acts of Kindness Day. They surprised the whole school by plastering teacher’s doors over the lunch hour with post-its and hearts with messages acknowledging the work we do. Thank you leaders! You truly make a difference!
Remembrance at Maple Grove
Div 17 – Immigrant Tea
The Immigrant Experience: On Wednesday, students from Division 17 hosted parents and grandparents for an Immigrant Tea. Their dramatic, funny, and sometimes sad stories complimented the class’ study of the experience of immigrants before, during and after their arrival to Canada. The class is grateful for the time they shared.
We Scare Hunger
Our We Scare Hunger campaign for the Vancouver Food Bank was a success thanks to the hard work of Global Citizenship members, Ms. Watkins and Ms. Garrod. Thank you to all the Maple Grove families for your generous donations.
PAC’s WINTER FLOWER FUNDRAISER is underway!
Choose from a selection of poinsettias, holiday wreaths and plants for the holiday season.
ORDER DEADLINE – Monday Nov. 20th.
This campaign POSTER, ORDER FORMS and FUNDRAISING INSTRUCTIONS have been e-mailed to all families via your Classroom Representative this week. Also look for the Poster and Order Form your child(ren) will be bringing home.
Please submit your order and payment in a sealed envelope into the PAC MAILBOX in the school office
Our school community has 12 days to fundraise
This campaign is the second of our Flower Fundraisers supporting:
CLOUD BOOKS FOR CLASSROOMS
$10,000 will purchase 1 cart of laptop computers for student and school use.
To watch our campaign grow visit our Campaign Poster in the hallway next to the office. Our Spring Flower Fundraiser raised almost $700 with $9,300 remaining to reach our $10,000 target.
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December 1 – Professional Development Day – No school for students
December 21 – Winter Concert
December 22 – Last day of classes before winter break
January 8 – First day back to school