Jun 29
Year End Message

Well, we made it and this is your final update for this school year. It really does not seem real that this was our last day with our students.  We are so proud of each and every one of our students and the progress each has acheived. It has been a difficult year for everyone.  Perhaps one of the most challenging. 

 

Parents and guardians, we wish to thank all of you for your help and generosity every day. We could not do this work without your support.  I would also like to thank our incredible staff:  Thank you to our Facilities Operator and Cleaners for keeping our school running, safe, extremely clean and for helping to keep us all healthy. We are also grateful for our amazing Lunchroom team, Library Assistant, Education Assistants, School Assistant, and Administration team who work with your children (and you) every day, and who create a safe, welcoming and caring environment for all.  Finally, I am extremely thankful for our teaching team. Their dedication and care to our students is unwavering, even through the most trying times. They are remarkable. It truly does take a strong community to help our students succeed, and I feel extremely fortunate to be part of this work, together with all of you, every day.

 

Farewell to our Grade 3 students and all students who will not be returning to Hidden Valley School in the fall. We wish you all the best in your next school.  We will miss you! We will also miss the following staff members who will be moving on: our lunchroom supervisors Ms. Tanda, and Ms. Gail; our facilities cleaner Mr. Joshua; our teachers Mrs. Schorn, Mme Laura, Mme Anna, and Mme Dominique.  These staff members have made a significant positive impact on our students, in so many different ways.  Thank you, and all the best on your next adventures.

Wishing you all a fun, restful, and safe summer!

​With gratitude,

 

Allison Hull, Principal

Hidden Valley School



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