Aug 18
Welcome Back

We had a great first week back in the school. Thank you to all our families for their part in making this a successful first week. This school year we will continue our focus on belonging, positive relationships, and helping our children to improve their reading, writing and mathematics skills. We also will continue our work around Indigenous Education which will include land-based learning as well as implementing new curriculum in several areas. 

​We will have several new initiatives this year and want to take some time to highlight our school's soft entry which began this week. Students are welcome into the school beginning at 8:15AM and can enter through any of the doors. After that, students join their classroom and engage in a quiet start to their day which looks different in each classroom. At 8:30AM classroom instruction begins, and our school day formally begins. We encourage families to use our passenger zone in front of the school if they are driving their child as it is a safe and easy way to bring your child to school. 

We also strongly welcome your involvement in our school community in the ways that work best for you and your life – this may look like volunteering in the school, participating in our school council, or engaging in other opportunities to work together. 

We are here to support you and your family so please do not hesitate to reach out to our team. 

We are excited for what will be a wonderful year of learning, growth and connectedness at Falconridge School in 2022-2023! 


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