Jun 30
Have a wonderful summer break

Dear Dr. Coffin Families,

On behalf of our staff, I would like to sincerely thank you for making Dr. E. W. Coffin School a fantastic place to learn and grow.  Our students have demonstrated tremendous growth over the year and deserve a summer break full of physical activity and fun.  

To our grade 6 students moving on to junior high school, we are proud of you and remember to get involved and also be curious.  Remember what you learned a Dr. Coffin and you will thrive at your new school.

To our new kindergarten students, we are excited to welcome you and your families to our school community.  It is a fantastic place to start your academic journey.

To our returning students, find ways to show your caring nature and of course, be curious.  Remember to take care of your family and be healthy.  Finally, read as much as possible over the summer.  Whether it is a long car ride, plane ride, or just a rainy day, that book can be a great way to pass the time and keep your skills sharp.

To our School Council and parents, thank you for your incredible support.  Pulling off a casino fundraiser in the middle of COVID is incredibly difficult and we are so grateful for this unwavering support.  Also, thank you for hosting our first major event in 2 years.  The BBQ was excellent and followed up with a wonderful Grade 6 farewell.  It was so nice to have our building filled with families.  Also thanks for the help at our Sports Day.  It was an incredible amount of fun and without your help it would not have been possible.

Our staff is excited to see you back on September 1st, 2022.


Chris Hooper


Dr. E. W. Coffin School


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