Oct 27
October 27- Looking Ahead

​Hi to all.  There are quite a few things coming up as we move into November.  

Huntington Hills School will be finalizing this year's School Development Plan and Posting it to our school's website.  There will be opportunities to hear about the plan and ask questions about it at an upcoming school council meeting.  If you would like to hear more about how we are supporting your child, please join us during these meetings.  

A second part of the School Development Plan is the School Improvement Results Report which describes progress on our school development plans from the previous year.  This document will also be posted to our school webpage and a notice will come via School Messenger when it is published.

Our Grade 5 class is hosting the Remembrance Day Ceremony this year on November 10. We are unfortunately unable to have families come and join us for this ceremony, but we encourage all interested families to access any of the city wide ceremonies that are planned for November 11.  ​For a listing of these ceremonies, please click this link.

​Huntington Hills first Parent Conferences of the year will be held on the evening of November 10 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm and again on the morning of November 12 from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon.  Please note that both November 11 and 12 are non-student days!

The conferences will be online again and there will be information coming home shortly regarding how to book your child's conference appointment.  We strongly encourage you to have your child present and involved during these conferences.  


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