Jun 18
June Message

​Dear Parents/Guardians,

​Year end is quickly approaching and I wanted to connect with you to keep you informed of plans for the remainder of the school year and the upcoming school year.

We will be holding a “drive by" from 12:00 – 12:30 on Friday, June 25th from 12:00 - 12:30.  Teachers will be outside on the north playground waving good bye and signalling year end to passing cars. You will be able to drive by at that time and will be able to see staff if driving along Bermuda Drive N.W.

On Indigenous Day, Monday June 21 we will be holding an at-school smudge as part of our school's commitment to Truth and Reconciliation. ​This will be a students only event due to COVID restrictions. CBE Knowledge Keeper, Prestion Huppie will be joining us outside to conduct this event. Students have been working to learn protocols regarding the event this week and will continue their in class learning next week during Indigenous Week.

While classes at Beddington will end on the 25th, other CBE schools are in school the following Monday.  All CBE schools will have Report Cards available that day. All CBE students will have access to their report cards ONLINE through MyCBE / PowerSchool beginning June 28.  Students can log into the MyCBE / PowerSchool using their student id # and password.  Parents are strongly encouraged to create a  MyCBE / PowerSchool in order to not only view marks and report cards, but to access the registration and fee payment system.  If you do not yet have a MyCBE / PowerSchool account, please call the school office for assistance.

Bell times will see a slight change next year. We will be retaining our staggered bell times and staggered lunch. Beginning bell will be 7:55, 8:00 and 8:05. Dismissal will now be 2:30, 2:35 and 2:40 Monday to Friday, and 11:50, 11:55 and 12:00 on Fridays. Note that we will not have additional supervision in the morning and students are asked to come no earlier than five minutes before their scheduled bell time. Teachers will be connecting with you on their first day back August 27, 2021 to inform you that your child is in their class, and what the associated bell time and meeting spot will be.

There will be some classes participating in a number of outside activities this upcoming week, including walking field trips. Please remind your child/children to dress for the weather, wear sunscreen, a hat, and bring their water bottle.

The last day of school for students will be , Friday June 25th.  It will be Hawaiian day at Beddington Heights. Students may wear Hawaiian clothes that morning. Please note that it is a half day and dismissal will be at 11:50 a.m.

Please note that Rapid COVID testing will be June 22, 2021 at Beddington Heights for students who are receiving face to face learning. If you are not aware of this opportunity, or have not received prior information from the school, please connect with your child's teacher or the school prior to Tuesday.

 

Brian Hebert, Principal

Beddington Heights


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