Weekly Update for May 20-31, 2019

Please find below important dates to keep in mind for the next few weeks:

MAY 20 – MAY 24

SWIMMING LESSONS for Ms. Jenna and Ms. Lindsey’s classes on Wednesday, May 22nd from 10am to 12pm.

PUBLIC WORKS FIELD TRIP and BBQ lunch for Ms. Lowe’s class on Thursday, May 23rd from 9am – 12pm.

SPRING TLA’ASHEN is being held on Thursday, May 23rd from 5pm-8pm. Please bring a dish to share if you are able.

SWIMMING LESSONS for Ms. Lowe’s on Friday, May 24th from 9am to 11am

SHANNON FALLS ELDERS CENTRE VISIT for Ms. Jenna and Ms. Lindsey’s classes on Friday, May 24th from 9 -11am.

TALENT SHOW is being showcased at 1:15pm on Friday, May 24th. Families are encouraged to join us for the show.

MAY 27 – MAY 31

SWIMMING LESSONS for Ms. Jenna and Ms. Lindsey’s classes on Wednesday, May 29nd from 10am to 12pm.

COLLABORATION DAY/EARLY DISMISSAL on Wednesday, May29th. Students will be dismissed at 12:00pm today. The bus will drop off students to all routes with the exception on Britannia Beach.

SWIMMING LESSONS for Ms. Lowe’s on Friday, May 31st from 9am to 11pm.

 

SCHOOL INFORMATION

STAWAMUS COMMUNITY FARM: We would like to invite you to take part in an Energy Exchange CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) that will take place over the summer and fall months of this year.

Our Learning Expeditions students have been working hard to rebuild the farm and prepare it for a successful and prosperous growing season.

The initial intent for the Stawamus Community Farm was to provide a place and space for Stawamus students and families to engage directly with the land that sustains us. With this in mind, we are opening up the farm for families to get involved throughout the summer and fall.

What would the Energy Exchange CSA look like?

Every two weeks, all families involved would meet at the farm for 1-2 hours. Each Family would be in charge of maintaining 1-2 beds (weeding, harvesting, washing, seeding etc.). In exchange for their time and effort spent on the farm, each family would take home a share of the produce once the time for harvest comes.

How many families can be involved?

Since this is our first year offering this program, we have space for 5 families to start. This will be on a first come first serve basis. We are hoping to expand next year in order to be able to accommodate additional families. If you are interested in participating, please contact Hilary Pink at hcpink@hotmail.com

CONSTELLATION FESTIVAL TICKETS – For a $15 donation, your name will be entered into a draw to win Constellation Festival Tickets!! The winner will be announced at the end of the Spring Tla’ashen. We have 2 Constellation Festival tickets, each for 2ppl. All proceeds will go towards upgrading our library’s tech and book collection.

MABLES LABELS FUNDRAISER – see attached poster for more information. The deadline to order the labels is June 15th.

PAC label fundraiser poster 1

ONLINE PAYMENTS – For a secure and convenient way to pay school fees! Register now at:

https://sd48seatosky.org/online-payments/

 

GRAD INFORMATION

NEUFELD FARMS FUNDRAISER:  This is one of the last large fundraisers for prom. Items will arrive just in time for BBQ season. Order forms are attached or are available online on the HSS Prom Facebook page. Please sell to your family/friends and neighbours. Orders are due by Thursday, June 6, and pick-up is Wednesday, June 19, at 5:00 pm.

HSS Neufeld Farms Order

 PROM: To get all your prom info, go to:

Parent Facebook Page – HSS Prom 2019

 

COMMUNITY INFORMATION

DON ROSS FAMILY BBQ is on Wednesday, May 29th from 5:00-7:00pm, for next years Grade 7 students and their families. Please see the attached flyer for details on this event.

Don Ross family bbq

WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS, “Parenting a Superfeeler”- Please see the attached flyer for information on all available dates and registration information.

Parenting a Super-Feeler Spring 2019 flyer

 Sincerely,

 Brayden Gordon – Principal