Dec 02
December is a Busy Time of Year

Dear Parents/Guardians,

“There is no such thing as failure, only learning experiences”. Unknown

We can only imagine how busy you all are at this time of the year. We have the unique opportunity to work with your great children for a little less than seven hours a day. Thank you for working with them on being respectful, willing to learn new and exciting things, and willing to becoming strong independent thinkers. Together we will continue to work with your children to strive for excellence.

We would also like to take this opportunity to show our thanks to the School Council who has made valuable contributions to our common goal of student success. The School Council is happy to announce that they will be putting on our first fun lunch of the school year. School Council will be offering a cheese pizza fun lunch on December 8 to all our wonderful Cecil Swanson Students and there will be no charge to students for this cheese pizza lunch.

Our schools’ Annual Report, analysis of achievement test results, annual fee reporting and school development plan have been uploaded to our school website.  If you would like a hard copy of any of these documents, please come into the office and we can print you a copy.

Once again our parent-teacher conferences that were held last Thursday and Friday were a huge success. Thank you to all of the parents and guardians who connected with their student’s teacher.

We ask that parents/guardians please send their student to school with a mask. The school office has a limited supply of disposable masks for emergencies only.

We hope you will enjoy this holiday season with your family.  Play and read with your children. We will be looking forward to all of their smiling faces on Tuesday, January 4, 2022.

Respectfully, Adam Topp, Principal
Joan Murtagh, Assistant Principal


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