Oct 01
October 1, 2021

We are very orgullosos (proud) of our students and staff for embracing, learning about and displaying citizenship around Truth and Reconciliation and cancer research through the Terry Fox foundation.  Students not only participaron (participated) with all types of T-shirts but, most importantly, developed a deep understanding at their grade level of these concepts with the guidance of the significant tasks teachers created for them.

Next week, we should be receiving our school budget. This will determine our year budget and support staff personnel within the school.   I will share an overview of our budget in the next edition of Sabes Que? (You know what?).

In October, students will be engaging in base assessments in English, Math and Spanish Oral language.  The data for each student will support teachers in creating personalized strategies to cerrar (close) student gaps and advancing student learning. This set of data and many others will be shared with you for the November 25 and 26 Parent-Teacher Conferences. Student Progress from now until then is a joint responsibility between teachers and parents. 

If you have any feedback, nosotros (we) are always happy to hear it, whether it is a compliment about the teacher, school or an area for improvement.​

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